Weekend Whispers

The Weekend Brew: Trusting In His Name

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Those who know your name trust in you, for you, O LORD, do not abandon those who search for you.
(Psalm 9:10)


Just to say His Name brings me so much comfort.  Everything I need, He is.  This week, I’ve been reminded of His Name.  He is my…

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Even in the hard places, He continually shows me His faithfulness.  He will not abandon me because I trust in His Name.  He is faithful to me, because I search for Him and wait for Him to reveal Himself to me.

Are you searching for Him today my friends?  He will not abandon you!  He is faithful.

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31 Days of Coffee Talk with Jesus, Faith

Do You Trust Me? {Day 2 – Coffee Talk With Jesus}

My Child,

Now that you are here and I have your full attention, I want you to know that it’s okay to let your guard down.  I see those walls that you’ve put up to avoid being hurt.  I know that you feel a need to protect yourself.  But I want you to know that You can trust me.  I will never violate your trust, and I will never force you into the place of relationship.  My love for you is patient.  And as you sit in the corner waiting for me to speak, I am waiting for you to come — fully, completely and without restraint.

Will you give me your whole heart — undivided,

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Where He Leads, I Will Follow: (Part 2)

If you missed Part 1, you can find it here.

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Do You Trust Me?

My vision continued with the Shepherd coming to commune with me at the gate.  Still, He beckoned me to come in.  He was not forceful.  He will not force His love on me, but waits ever so patiently.

Daily He comes.  He feeds me ripe fruits and brings beautiful fresh flowers so that I may smell their fragrance.  He comes to talk with me, reminding me of His love for me.  And when He turns at the end of the day to ascend the mountain, He reminds me that He will return.  Perhaps tomorrow will be the day when I will remove the latch and finally

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As a little girl, I remember long, hot summer days spent in our pool.  I would be there from sun up to sun down, or so it seemed. My parents would often say I wasn’t their daughter, because by the end of the summer my skin had darkened at least three shades.  But I loved the water.  And I felt safe within the confines of that large round pool.  Every area was the same depth.  I knew that I wouldn’t drown.  There were no surprises around the corner.

Some of my friends in the neighborhood had much larger, built in pools, with slides and diving boards.  When they would invite

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