|Posted by Kathleen Schubitz on August 9, 2012 at 10:35 AM||comments (0)|
Last month during a ministry meeting we learned that principles are set in motion by the words we speak (those which come out of our mouth!)
We were encouraged to speak to our body every day--every organ, including the blood and cells to line up with the Word of God
When we speak curses over ourselves, loved ones, friends or those we don't know, it is always accompanied by sin and death. And, mountains can be removed by the words from our mouths.
So, what should we ...
|Posted by Kathleen Schubitz on May 2, 2012 at 6:00 PM||comments (1)|
We are on a mission to get this book, ABC Woman Finds Freedom, into the hands of women in prisons. However, many women not in prison are being touched and encouraged by the testimonies of women who have come through some tough times.
If you would like to receive an ebook of ABC Woman Finds Freedom and donate one print copy to a prison ministry or women's ministry, please follow us to the bookstore and make your purchase for onl...
|Posted by Kathleen Schubitz on January 5, 2012 at 6:00 AM||comments (0)|
Dwell in Safety
Today in my quiet time, I was reading Psalm 4 and picked up on"Dwell in Safety." As I pondered about dwelling in safety, Iremembered times in my life when church, home and work were not safe places inthe natural. My way had to be different.
After being assaulted and harassed by a church leader of 70 years in age, myway of doing things needed to change. I insisted on hand shakes, but it gave methe confidence to know what I w...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kathleen Schubitz on December 15, 2011 at 6:00 AM||comments (0)|
What Do You Believe?
In reading from 1 Thessalonians 2 one morning, I was impressed by verse
The working in us is, or working out our own salvation, seems to have more power and effect when we believe. In this particular thought, I'm reflecting back on how many time...
|Posted by Kathleen Schubitz on December 4, 2011 at 11:55 PM||comments (0)|
I attended a Women's Retreat recently, with God impressing me with one word followed by another word in a dream. His plan was for me to look up the words and prepare myself.
Here's a poem I wrote with a different voice, knowing that my deliverance was drawing nigh.
We shall have our freedom
We will have full liberty
We shall walk every day
To declare God's victory.
Our job gives you freedom to move
up or down, quickly or slowly
Being flexible and...
|Posted by Kathleen Schubitz on November 24, 2011 at 6:00 AM||comments (0)|
In reading about giving God praise for things, in our carnal way of thinking, we would not do it for bad things we've done or things that happened to us.
However, I'm learning that praising God for bad things allows Him to move and bless us beyond our imaginations. One thing it does is take the focus off of ourselves and the situation.
Here's a personal example: a couple of nights ago, as I was in bed about to fall asleep, He very clearly said, "You have not given Me pr...