Vision Of Warrior Angel

Just now as I was praying for those on my prayer list God gave me a vision. I saw a warrior angel draw a sword from a sheath at his side. He never hesitated but went over to demons standing in front of God’s children and,with one swing of his arm, these demons were rendered useless as he cut off their heads.

For those who have asked to be put on my prayer list expect to find supernatural strength while confronting your problems today! Warrior angels have rendered them dead.

Believe Receive Praise God!

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Do You Have Unanswered Prayers? Here’s Why

The other day was my birthday and usually on my birthday I like to think about all the things that changed, for better or worse, during the past year.

As I pondered some of the hard things that happened I begin to speak to God about them. I thought about the fact that I had many prayers to God that He had not answered. I thought about how many promises that God spoke to my heart that hadn’t come to past and the longer I thought about it the more I told God that I didn’t understand it. I said, “God why are you not answering my prayers? I am serving you, I am trying my best to live for you and yet you have seemed to turn your back on me.”

Maybe you are thinking, “I can’t believe you talked to God like that!” Yes I did but be honest with me, at times you feel the same way. Yet, like me, you are still here and you are still trusting God.

You see Abraham questioned God, so did David and so did Job. That’s called relationship. It happens when we have relationship with God. We don’t just know about Him we know Him because we walk with Him and talk with Him daily.

He wants us to come to Him with our feelings, good and bad, because that shows Him how very much we want to be in a right relationship with Him. If God never answered another one of my prayers I still know how blessed I am!

I will tell you something else. Not for one moment do I think He will NOT answer my prayers. His timing is perfect and I trust Him that there are reasons for delays that I do not know about. I trust His love. As I was crying out to Him I could feel His presence surrounding me, I sensed His hurt that I didn’t understand what is going on.

Beloved, when God is all you’ve got, God is all you’ve got. That alone is enough. We have to trust that our answers are coming and when they do come they will be better then we ever thought they would be!

God has told us that in these last days things will be hard. I know that God has shown me that there is so much interference on a spiritual level that often keeps God’s help from getting to us when we think it should. There is a spiritual battle in the heavens. The goal of Satan is to keep us in so much doubt that we turn our backs on God. We know that God is stronger and that no demon in hell will keep Him from getting our prayer answers to us!

Our answers are coming quickly I sense it in my spirit. Do not give up beloved as I believe we are on the brink of miracles! God will not forsake us. Recognize the satanic interference and pray against it. I often walk around my house and tell Satan to get out, in the name of Jesus Christ. I can literally feel a great sense of peace as I do that! Please do that yourselves. If you need prayer write me. I take every prayer request to the Father!

In His Unconditional Love,

Cathie

http://www.helpforgodshurtingpeople.com

Regarding Suicide

Before I start my story let’s get this out of the way, yes I know life can get hard sometimes and I have compassion for those who feel like quitting. I know that sometimes the pain gets to be too much and that sometimes the person in pain just wants it all to end. Having said that let me show you the other side of suicide.

In my humble opinion suicide is the ultimate Narcissistic act. It’s the person saying my pain is more intense then my love for you, my child, my parents, my siblings or my partner. It’s a lifetime sentence for the people left behind.

Some of you know that God works through me in mystical ways. I don’t like the word mystic but it’s my only way to explain it to folks who don’t understand the gifts of the Holy Spirit, so please bear with me.

One day many years ago, while doing spiritual counseling with a client, I saw first hand the aftermath of suicide. The woman sitting in front of me was a physical therapist at a facility that I too worked at. I knew nothing about her but that.

Immediately, as she sat down, God showed me a very agitated woman standing in back of the physical therapist. I tried to ignore it but the woman kept agitating. Finally I stopped long enough to hear the woman say, over and over, “Tell her I am sorry, tell her I am sorry, tell her I am sorry!”

I said to the PT, “ I am sorry but before we go any farther there is a woman standing in back of you repeating over and over, “Tell her I am sorry.”

The PT’s eyes got big and she started to cry. Huge body wracking sobs were coming out of her. I was taken a back, and stood up to go comfort her by giving her a hug. She just collapsed into that hug like a child whose heart had been broken in a million pieces.

When she finally gathered her composure she told me the following; “You don’t know this but when I was 12 years old my mother shot and killed herself in front of me and my two younger brothers. I have wondered my whole life if she had any idea of the pain she was causing me, and my brothers, in order that she could escape her own pain. You have just given me the closure I never had!”

My entire life I have not forgotten that particular counseling session. The pain that poor woman had inflicted upon her by her own mother was simply overwhelming. It shaped my whole opinion on suicide from that day forth.

Please, if you feel suicidal, consider the pain you are transferring from yourself to your loved ones and get help.

As Christians we are reminded of the scripture, “The Lord giveth life and the Lord taketh life, blessed be the Name of The Lord!” God gave us our lives and only he has a right to take it. There is a time appointed for each of us to die. When we commit suicide we show that we think that we, and we alone, have the right to decide when to die. We play God.

I know it hurts but find someone to counsel with and get help! God has a better plan for your life and Satan wants to disrupt that plan through death. Start praying for God to help you and He will! What you may see as the end of your life is actually a doorway to a new beginning!

In His Unconditional Love,

Cathie

http://www.helpforgodshurtingpeople.com

He Will Calm Your Storm

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In peace I will lay down and sleep, for you alone God make me dwell in safety. Psalm 4:8

Growing up, as a small child, we lived in the panhandle of Texas. Back then the wind would 

pick up in the Summer, the clouds would move in, dark and ominous, and we knew rain was coming. Sometimes that rain would bring a tornado or two with it. I remember trying to sleep at night but being afraid to because of a tornado warning. I trusted my parents when they told me to go to sleep because if we had to get to shelter they would wake me up.

Storms come to everyone’s life. A whole lot of times they are not weather storms but storms of problems. 

Life doesn’t always go perfectly for a whole lot of us who live paycheck to paycheck. We have unexpected expenses arise, and one thing like that can really throw our budgets out of whack 

and we often don’t know how we are going to make it. 

Then there are the emotional storms that come up, maybe it’s illness, death of a loved one, our partner leaves or has a drug or alcohol problem, we lose our jobs. It can be anything, I know because I too have storms.

The thing is that Jesus calms storms. We simply have to release them. We hold on to them thinking that unless we can figure out, with our little finite minds, what do to we are doomed. We think it’s all up to us to find a solution.

We have forgotten that we serve the God who parted the Red Sea. The God that created miracles then, is still in the miracle working business. 

I have had miracles that would blow your mind. I have had times when I lost everything and yet God replaced it and more. I have had Godly people give me just enough money to keep me going because God told them too. Miracles still happen. I can honestly testify to that.

I know right now you are afraid you won’t make it either. I am going to ask you to close your eyes. See all of your problems in a basket. Now hand that basket to God. Thank Him for taking your problems, your worries and have faith that he will handle them now. He’s on the scene. Your miracle is at hand! Keep your eyes on Jesus! Not the storm! Rest knowing if he needs you he’ll call you!

In His Unconditional Love,

Cathie

When It’s Hard To Trust God

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Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. Proverbs 3:5

 

Do you ever, like me, have times when you cannot understand what God is doing in your life? Times when you say to God, “I don’t know why you let this stuff happen to me?”

 

For me it happens less now, but it still happens. When it does happen I have to still my mind, start praying in tongues and say, “Father, calm me. I know this is your will for me at this moment!”

 

If you are in a place like this right this minute, you must trust God anyway. Say to yourself, “This is a test, I will take it and I will pass it with flying colors by trusting God and being patient.”

 

Through the years I have realized that we cannot learn to trust God if we never go through situations in which our trust is tested.

 

I have known people who never had a problem in their lives. They have never known what it is to do without the basic necessities. They come from wealthy families and that wealth has been turned over to them, commonly.

 

Those people, however, never learn to trust so when the moment comes when something unexpected happens to them they literally fall to pieces because they have never experienced losing anyone, anything, or doing without.

 

So, like Job, we learn that we do not have to be out of God’s will to be tested. God loves us and wants the best for us. It helps to remember that, during times of wondering what in the world is causing a delay to our prayers.

 

Without an unconditional trust in God our lives will be miserable. Each one of us has times when we experience the silence of God. We have times of questioning, as Job did.

 

The sooner we quit stressing, quit telling everyone our problems and just relax in trust, the more peaceful our lives will be.

 

I have found that as I let go of worry, questioning of God, and stressing and telling my problems to everyone, God miraculously answers my prayers quickly.

 

Take a deep breath. Breathe in to the count of four and then let the air out of your lungs slowly. It will be okay. Even if nobody in your whole life has been trustworthy, God is and will be with you through this storm and all the storms of your life!

In His Unconditional Love,

Cathie Miller

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Your Answer Is On It’s Way!

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For my thoughts are not your thoughts,
 neither are your ways my ways, declares the LORD. Isaiah 55:8

 

When your answer to your prayers comes it may come quickly and in a different way then you had ever imagined. You must accept that and not resist it, even though it didn’t come in the way you imagined it would.

 

A woman I know had a job for fifteen years that she absolutely hated. Nevertheless, she was making a nice amount of money and felt like she was stuck. She prayed and prayed for God to open the door to a new opportunity that paid her as well, if not more then she was making at her current position.

 

One day, because of the company having to cut back, she lost her job through being laid off. She called me, devastated and in tears. Immediately I said to her, “But you have been praying for over a year to get another job. Maybe this is God’s way of getting you to finally look for something else.” Believe it or not, even in this economy, she found another job within three weeks of being laid off and this new job will pay her much more then what she was making at the old one.

 

We all have ways that we think God is going to perform our miracle. We get our minds fixed on God doing something one way and one way only. A lot of times we don’t move forward because of fear of the unknown. God is aware of that, and knows that He needs to create circumstances to move us forward, or we will stay stuck in a situation that is less then perfect for a long time.

 

I had prayed for a way to get away from my abusive ex-husband for years. He was physically, emotionally and verbally abusive to me. Because I am an orphan and an only child there was actually no “human” help for me, in getting my own place and getting away from him. I lived with him as a roommate for a long time, and seeing his constant “running around” with women, and his total disregard for my feelings caused a great deal of emotional turmoil in my life. I was, however, stuck. I prayed and prayed for a financial miracle.

 

I have talked before about the day his married mistress showed up at my door, that was a very painful situation, but it allowed me to move out of the home when she convinced my ex husband to give me a check to do so. Overnight, I was free and had a way out of the situation. It didn’t happen like I thought or hoped it would, it was painful, but God moved me out.

 

Some of you are probably one hour, one day, one month away from your miracle, but when it happens it may not be in the way you expected it. God will move though, and when He does it may be in a totally different way then you wanted it to be. I tell you this, except your freedom, from the bondage of your problem, with thanksgiving, as God’s ways are perfect.

 

When you start praying for your miracle, things may temporarily seem to get worse. Things may get stirred up a bit. Before the children of Israel were released from their bondage they went through a total of nine plaques. During this time Moses was asking Pharaoh for their release. Pharaoh tried to compromise with Moses. He said he would allow the children of Israel to go out into the wilderness to sacrifice to their God, but they must return to Egypt. Moses refused to compromise. Finally, the Israelites gained their freedom from Egypt and left for the Promised Land, without having to compromise.

 

If we accept compromise we will remain in bondage to our situations. Like Moses we may have to say “no” to compromising many times. When we refuse to settle for compromising, then complete freedom comes.

 

Often, I think, we are like the Hebrews who did not appreciate Moses when he tried to rescue them. I often give guidance to a person, through the discernment of the Lord, that they refuse to accept. People want their answers, “their way.” Sometimes people are not willing to make the effort to gain freedom from bondage. I totally understand that. I can assure you, as in my own case, God will change your situation overnight, when He wants it changed.

 

There are always ways out of our difficulties and if we refuse to take a different route in our stubbornness, God will still deliver us. If it at first seems fearful don’t despair of your situation. Think back about your prayers. God doesn’t forget them; even if at times He seems a bit slow to us in these suits of flesh. What we may perceive to be a problem, at first, just may be God’s answer in a different way then we expected it!

 

Father, You always answer our prayers. You show us ways out our “messes”, and even if we rebel, You still answer our prayers in Your own timing and Your own way. Help us today to accept that, and look for the good that is often hidden in bad situations. In Your Name, the Name above all names we pray. Amen and Amen,

Having A Hard Time Sleeping?

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Do you have a hard time sleeping because of worry thoughts that constantly bombard your mind? Do you finally get to sleep only to wake up early and toss and turn again with worry?

 

Worry starts, nine out of ten times, when we have done everything we know to do regarding a situation and we are frustrated because nothing seems to be “moving.” Bill collectors are still ringing our phones off the hook, we still don’t know how we will pay the house payment, much less our utilities…and then there is our car payment and without our car how are we going to get to work or look for a job…and on and on and on. Sometimes in my minds eye, at one time, I felt I could almost see Satan laughing hardily as I tossed and turned.

 

One night, as I struggled with all this worry it was as if God spoke to my heart “Cathie, are you trying to get my job?” I thought, “I don’t know what you mean Lord.” “Well, there is only one God, and that is ME!” God went on to impress on me that I was trying to do everything on my own. Finally it dawned on me that I was putting my trust in my own ability to solve my problems and not obeying God! Jesus says that if we are burdened and heavy-laden we should let Him take this upon Himself. (Matthew 11:28)

 

As people who profess to believe in God then shouldn’t we take Him at His word? Why is it that we don’t trust Him with everything? Nothing that we do will accomplish anything. Think about the last time you had a problem with worry. Did all your worrying accomplish anything? The bible says it is not “By power or by might, but by the SPIRIT” The problem is taken care of by the Holy Spirit if we can only trust Him with it. (Zechariah 4:6)

 

The bible tells us that when the Holy Spirit comes He, and He alone will lead us into all truth. We need to get to the point in life where when we pray about something we leave it at the foot of the cross with calm assurance that God will give us answers. Sometimes He brings someone in your life to help you, sometimes you get a “God Inspired” idea, and at other times God sends an Angel before you to give you favor with your bill collectors. I don’t know how He will do it for you, but I know He will!

 

When I was first trying to get over my worry thoughts I was in a Goodwill store and ran across some cassette tapes that helped me greatly. One of the tapes was an old one entitled “Binding Fear and Anxiety.” The minister that made the tape quoted nothing but sixty minutes of scriptures regarding faith. I played it over and over and I experienced God’s touch in many areas of my life. For one thing Satan was no longer able to bombard my mind with worry thoughts. I used a headphone and all other noise left as I let Gods Word minister to me. I would advise you to look for scripture tapes online, or make your own tape. Filling my mind with the Word changed my life. Desperate times call for desperate measures. For me, God led me this way to renew my mind. God will do the same for you!

 

In closing remember the Word, “The God who watches over Israel neither sleeps nor slumbers.” God is up all night. He works the night shift for you. Release your worry, give it to God and watch Him work supernatural miracles in your behalf.

 

 

The Secret Of Living Joyfully In The Valley Or Up On The Mountain Top

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Jesus called out to them, “Come, follow me, and I will show you how to fish for people!”

Matthew 4:9

 

The bible tells us that Jesus recruited the disciples at their place of work, where ever that was.

 

In the case of Peter and his brother Andrew, when He called to them the bible tells us “at once they left their nets and followed Him.”

 

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we really considered our lives each and every day, and realized that it’s not “all about me?”

 

But the trouble is that most of us view our lives as our own. We don’t consider that if God had a plan for us, from the beginning of time, and that plan involved working for Him. As we do the work that He called us for, in our homes, our communities and our places of unemployment, He then puts His plans into motion, right where we are.

 

I once had a job I was not fond of, but times were tough and jobs were hard to come by. I would get up in the morning, slowly, dreading to go to my place of employment. I prayed about it and one day, while seeking the Lord, I heard the still small voice in my head that said, “You aren’t really working for that company, you are working for me.”

 

I began to meditate on that. Slowly, I began to realize that God was speaking a truth to my heart. I began to see that God wanted me to be a beacon of love and light in that crazy environment. I then began to walk into work with a happy heart, as I saw my work as that of the Lord, and not all about me. By the time I finally moved on to another department their I had seen God use me to pray with fellow co-workers, minister to them and see a couple of them come to know God as Lord of their lives.

 

So where are you today? Do you dislike your situation? Are you frustrated in the way your life is going. What would happen if you simply sat down and ask the Lord how you can best serve Him in the midst of your circumstances.

 

Maybe you just need a plan. Maybe you need to quit obsessing over your own problems and look around to see how you can make a difference in the life of someone else.

 

If when we are laid off, we can still let the Lord use us. We can pray for others, we can go serve soup at a soup kitchen, and we can cheer the life of others we meet in our daily lives. The very idea that we can be happy in the midst of our circumstances is a silent testimony for God.

 

We all get depressed from time to time. The problem comes when we dwell in depression. I stayed in depression for years, until God delivered me. The battle with depression is in the mind. When we start feeling sorry for ourselves, we go into major discouragement. I learned, through the Word, that God wanted to deliver me from dwelling on my own problems and myself all the time. Self-pity comes from dwelling on what’s wrong in our lives and then obsessing on it day and night. When Satan plays, like that, with our minds nothing changes and He has us where He wants us. We can choose today to not sit with depression. Instead we can step out in our gift to help others. Even if it’s only to smile and them!

 

The secret to living life is to not be entangled in the daily circumstances, whether they are good or bad at the moment. In Philippians 4:11 Paul says the following; I am not saying this because I am in need, for I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances.

 

In life we will have good and bad circumstances. Our goal is to live in peace and serenity no matter what the circumstances. When we reach that level of faith, our whole life changes for the better.

 

Father, it’s not easy living in these times. Problems, of all sorts, abound on each and every side and we are sometimes like a tiny boat being tossed unmercifully about by the storms of life. Keep us steady, and happy no matter what our circumstances may be. Help us to remember it’s “All about YOU.” It’s not “all about US.” In Your Name, the Name above all names. Amen and Amen