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  1. When the King’s whispers become the loudest sound in your ears, you have become intimate with His voice.

  2. As I read your powerful word, Celeste, I was reminded of something the Lord spoke to me one time. He said, I want you so still and so quiet when I am ready to speak that you will be able to hear me WHISPER as clearly as a pin dropping even in the midst of the clamoring voices of the world. Be still for my whisper will penetrate your spirit with deep peace. THere is nothing like my peace because it passes understanding. Thank you for this great reminder! Blessings, Sandi Holman

  3. Thanks for sharing the word from our Lord with us. Yes, it’s so easy to get distracted with all that is taking place.

    We are to remain close to the Lord and He will instruct us in the way that we should go. He is Almighty and is closer than a friend.

    I position myself with You, Lord and will continue reading the scriptures and listening to Your small still voice. I love You.

  4. Thank you Celeste Dewey, for this powerful and endearing word straight from the throne of grace. I am in awe of the King of kings and the Lord of lords.  I don’t want to be so busy that I cannot heed this word.  Yes, I will pull myself away from the noise and come closer.  He has captivated my heart and I want more.

    God bless you!

  5. Celeste, I thank God for you and your straightforward way to share! I love this message and hear truth in every line!
    It also matches to the latest word I posted. It is our Fathers heart!

    Please tell my Bro Ken thank you so very much for his last two posts! Realizing he felt to close it for comments. I so understand.
    I really thank him and you for the stand you both take. Even when it is not popular, not for controversy but we don’t want the Christian church deceived.

    I love you much. God bless you.
    Joyce (Graham) McGuire. I just took my maiden name back after Jim passed away)

  6. part 2
    But He rose. That lamb died and rose off that cross as a Mighty Lion. The Lion of Judah has risen and He roared in the face of death and destruction. That same Lion lives in all of you. And as I have spoken I shall say again rise up you lions. Rise up you lions of the Spirit and Roar! Roar! Roar! Roar! Let us roar in the face of cancer! Let us roar in the face of debt and doubt! Let us roar in the face of the kingdom of darkness! For the tribe of Judah were warriors but they were first worshippers. The best warrior is one who worships and declares the goodness of God in the face of evil. For worship shakes and quakes the enemy camps. It levels platforms and strongholds. I say to the young cubs, to the young lions and even the old lions, Roar! Roar with your King and Savior, the Mighty Lion of the Tribe of Judah who has arisen! Amen and Amen.
    Let all the earth cry out! Let it sing with the roars that echo across the land! Oh, how the enemy camps shake and fall like that of Jericho. It falls and implodes on itself.

  7. used this comment previously, this is so interesting that God our Father preached the gospel in a trillium truth prophecy to Canada 2 parts because of space

    I AM has come down. The Great I AM is here and He has come to win back the hearts of nations. To overrule and pass sentences on evil wicked men and women. And to right the wrong that has been done especially to the children. I AM come so that ye may have Victory, Light and Life more abundantly!
    I have said this before and I shall say it again. My Son came as the Lamb before you. He came before the world as a Lamb that is dumb before its sheareres. He was stripped of His coat of fur, He was marred and covered with the spots and wrinkls of sin and sickness. Yet He opened not His mouth but was obedient. He hung before you all. A perfect sacrifice, My Little Lamb. Oh, how I loved Him. Oh, how He was and is My Precious Son that I gave you all as the Lamb.

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