Sunday, July 20, 2014

All I Have Is Yours

All I have is thine.

My children fail to realize they have access to all My Kingdom’s riches, they need only claim them through My Word to receive.

My children, I desire you would have more joy, more abundance, more of everything good than anyone in the world around you.

Should this not be so? You are Mine!

All I have is yours – now and forever.

Walk with Me in the cool of the evening, talk with Me at dawn. Sup with Me as the disciples did – I desire your presence and it gives Me great pleasure to prosper you in the earth that you may have fullness and joy as you live for Me.

John 10:10: The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.

Genesis 3:8: And they heard the voice of the Lord God walking in the garden in the cool of the day: and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the Lord God amongst the trees of the garden.


  1. Wow, another message, so soon after the last ones. This is so great, thank you, Father!!!(& please bless Glynda and her loved ones)


  2. But, yet, I have kneeled before you asking you to take away my addictions.I pray, I read your word.
    But when he wants a blanket is thrown over me and all I can do is is drink.Then the blanket is removed and I can hear their laughter as I stand there naked before my Father in shame

  3. but yet you won't take away my addictions so that I may serve you

  4. D Hammond,

    In James 2:14-26 (specifically James 2:17), it talks about how 'faith without works is dead'.

    I heard a story once about a person in a similar situation as yourself. He was addicted to smoking and tried everything he could think of to quit.

    He had people pray over him, prayed for deliverance himself, tried to quit cold turkey, etc. But the cravings were still there. Then one day he contemplated what it meant in the Bible when it said 'faith without works is dead'. He believed this meant that God is moved by our faith, and that when we demonstrate our faith by acting in accordance with His guidance, that His power and presence are brought into our lives. Since trying to go cold turkey didn't work, he decided to simply cut back by a few cigarettes whenever he bought them - he'd throw them away as soon as he bought his cigarettes. After a while, smoking a few less cigarettes didn't bother him, so he started throwing six cigarettes away every time he bought cigarettes. And so on and so forth. Today, he has broken his addiction, and feels better than he can remember. It doesn't necessarily take a lot of action for us to activate God's power in our lives. We don't have to do it all at once, and normally that isn't the answer for most people. But we can work on the things He leads us to work on, a little at a time.

    Blessings to you. I pray that God inspires you and gives you peace, and that with His help you are able to break free from any harmful addictions.

  5. D. Hammond,
    Everything you need from God was provided at the cross. It is finished. You were saved, healed, protected, provided for, sanctified, perfected and delivered at the cross. Your job is to believe and receive it. Even though it might not be manifested in your life yet still claim it and thank God for it.
    Every time you are tempted by your addiction rebuke it and praise God that you have been delivered. Even if you give in do not condemn yourself, just have faith in God. He has to have faith to work with.
    I use to suffer from terrible migraines and I would praise him and claim my healing even in the midst of terrible pain. He gradually completely healed me. It was not instantaneous but over a period of time. May God bless you and open your eyes to this wonderful truth of his provision.

  6. Donna - Thank you for posting - that is very good advice! - Glynda