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Moments with Marilyn

“The Word is what will cause your family to overcome its inherited family iniquities.” ~Marilyn Hickey

Moments with Marilyn2019-02-13T12:59:12+00:00

#Ask Marilyn

In this episode of #AskMarilyn, Marilyn Hickey answers the question: What is the mark of the beast?

#Ask Marilyn2019-02-13T12:52:48+00:00

1 Corinthians 12:31

1 Corinthians 12:31

 

But earnestly desire the higher gifts.  And I will show you a still more excellent way. –(1 Corinthians 12:31 NKJV)

1 Corinthians 12:312019-02-13T13:23:37+00:00

1 Corinthians 12:31

1 Corinthians 12:31

But earnestly desire the higher gifts.  And I will show you a still more excellent way. –(1 Corinthians 12:31 NKJV)

1 Corinthians 12:312019-02-13T13:59:25+00:00

Blessings for an Upright Heart

I will praise you with an upright heart as I learn your righteous laws. I will obey your decrees; do not utterly forsake me (Psalm 119: 7-8 NIV).Blessings for an Upright Heart

There are two “I wills”—one in verse seven and one in verse eight. Here, the psalmist has the best of intentions, He wants to follow God’s Word with his whole heart. He admits he doesn’t yet know all there is to know about God, but he commits to a lifelong learning experience.

Praising goes hand in hand with learning. When you turn your heart to praise God, you become motivated to learn more about Him. At the same time, the more you learn about Him, the more you are compelled to praise Him! This wonderful, unending circle will improve your heart, your mind, and your life.

Notice that your praise cannot be half-hearted. You must praise Him with upright heart. This means your praise will be sincere, and it will be for God alone. You may love your church and your pastor, but your praise is to be for God alone. You may adore your family, but your heart must always be directed to God.

Blessings for an Upright Heart2019-02-13T12:34:00+00:00

Weekend Action Plan

Weekend Action Plan

Show three people love through acts of kindness.

Weekend Action Plan2019-02-04T14:19:16+00:00

Moments with Marilyn

Proclaim God's Word

“Proclaim God’s Word for your lives daily by speaking His Word.” ~Marilyn Hickey
 

 

 

 

Moments with Marilyn2019-02-04T14:14:37+00:00

Wednesday’s in the Word

On today’s Wednesday’s in the Word, Marilyn Hickey talks about the 4 little wise things in Proverbs 30:4!

Wednesday’s in the Word2019-02-13T14:56:19+00:00

2 Timothy 1:2b

2 Timothy 1:2b

Grace, mercy and peace from God the Father and Christ Jesus our Lord. -(2 Timothy 1-2b NKJV)

 

 

2 Timothy 1:2b2019-02-04T13:59:33+00:00

Faith Must Always Produce a Work.

…And by works faith was made perfect (James 2:22 NKJV).

We can “talk” faith, but if we don’t have any fruit following it, we have not brought forth what God wants—our faith has not been perfected.

Sometimes we are so involved in our own little family that we forget Jesus was sent to feed the whole world. We are a part of not only a spiritual revival, but also a physical renewal. We cannot say to hungry children, “Be fed,” and then let them starve to death. Faith must always produce a work.Faith must always produce a work.

We cannot merely go around saying, “The Word works.” We must act like the Word works; then it will produce fruit. One night I was murmuring over a situation. My son Mike said, “Mother, you say that what things you desire when you pray, believe that you will receive them, and you shall have them. Have you really prayed for your need? If so, then don’t you really believe that you will have it?”

The Word was like an arrow to my heart. I then repented to the Father and my family for murmuring.

Dear Heavenly Father,

We come to You in Jesus’s name. We thank You that the Word is working in us and that we are not just “talking the Word, but also acting the Word. We are not “make-believers,” we are believers making the Word work. The you, Father, that you are perfecting our faith today.

In Jesus’s name.

Amen

Faith Must Always Produce a Work.2019-02-04T13:43:27+00:00

Weekend Action Plan

Weekend Action PlanPray and thank God for the character He is developing in you as you go through trials.

Weekend Action Plan2019-01-24T12:47:43+00:00

Moments with Marilyn

Pray

 

If your child is rebelling against God today, PRAY, and don’t stop praying.  Pray with faith because God can reach your child in ways you cannot. -Marilyn Hickey

Moments with Marilyn2019-01-24T12:33:01+00:00

#AskMarilyn

In this episode of #AskMarilyn, Marilyn Hickey answers the question: Are there different levels of HEAVEN?

#AskMarilyn2019-02-13T14:56:47+00:00

Romans 8:26

 

Romans 8:26

Likewise the Spirit helps us in our weakness.  For we do not know what to pray for as we ought, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words. –(Romans 8:26 NKJV))

 

 

 

Romans 8:262019-01-24T12:44:31+00:00

God’s Will for Your Wholeness

Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well (3 John 2 NIV).

When we talk about healing, we almost always think of physical healing, but God’s healing is for the whole person.God’s Will for Your Wholeness

Under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, the apostle Paul prayed, May God himself, the God of peace, sanctify you through and through.

May your whole spirit, soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ (1 Thessalonians 5:23 NIV). God wants all of you well. His Word declares that healing is for your entire being—your spirit, your soul, your body.

Where you are and whatever your circumstance, the Lord wants you whole. If you have a broken heart, He wants to heal it. If you have a broken pocketbook, He wants to heal it. If you have a sick, infirm or broken body, the Lord wants to heal it. Wholeness is the will of God for every individual, and certainly nothing is too difficult for the One who created the universe and fashioned your physical body. The Lord is able to heal your circumstances and your relationships just as easily as He can heal your body—if you’ll only ask and believe.

What needs healing in your life?

God’s Will for Your Wholeness2019-01-24T12:09:15+00:00

Weekend Action Plan

Weekend Action PlanPray each morning a prayer of surrender to the Lord, asking Him to have His way.

Weekend Action Plan2019-01-24T12:42:14+00:00

Moments with Marilyn

Moments with Marilyn

The Bible says that miraculous signs and wonders will follow those who believe-Marilyn Hickey

 

 

Moments with Marilyn2019-01-24T12:41:01+00:00

Wednesdays in the Word

Speak these promises Every day!
On today’s Wednesdays in the Word, Marilyn Hickey shares encouragement from John 15:16.

Wednesdays in the Word2019-02-13T14:57:18+00:00

Ephesians 1:17

 

Ephesians 1:17

 

That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give you a spirit of wisdom and of revelation in the knowledge of Him. –(Ephesians 1:17 NKJV)

Ephesians 1:172019-01-24T12:36:56+00:00

“Lord, read my Bible? I read my Bible all the time. What are You saying?”

Your words were found, and I ate them,
And Your word was to me the joy and rejoicing of my heart;
For I am called by Your name,
O Lord God of hosts.
(Jeremiah 15:16 NKJV)

Some years ago, Wally and I were on vacation in New Mexico. We had left a horrendous problem in our office, and though my body was in New Mexico, my head was still in Denver. I was in torment, and the Lord told me, “Read your Bible.” I thought, “Lord, read my Bible? I read my Bible all the time. What are You saying?” Read Your Bible

But the Lord said, “You are not reading enough of the Bible for this problem. Your problem is an elephant, and the Word you have read today, in comparison, is an ant. You need to read enough of the Word until it becomes the elephant and the problem becomes the ant.” I literally consumed the Word until it became the elephant.

When we went home, the Word was so strong in my heart that I began to understand our problem clearly. Six months later it was beautifully resolved.

Dear Heavenly Father,

Give us such a hunger for the Word that, instead of thinking “coffee” in the morning, we will think, Where’s my Bible?” Instead of a midnight snack of ice cream, give us the midnight snack of more scriptures. Let us have a consuming hunger for the Word of God.

In Jesus’s Name,

Amen

“Lord, read my Bible? I read my Bible all the time. What are You saying?”2019-01-24T11:07:12+00:00