An experience with Sepsis

I am going to make this post personal, after relating on a video recorded today to raise awareness of a silent killer. I have been home all this month recovering from this devastating experience. However what has become evident, our faith is key to the recovery and processing of what happens in a way that... Continue Reading →

Lessons from Damascus

The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, And it shall be a ruinous heap. Isaiah 17:1 KJV The prophetic utterance of Isaiah has yet to come to pass. It is a Word of destruction. However God has begun to open something up about this Word because hidden in this... Continue Reading →

Recovery update

It is almost 3 weeks since my serious almost fatal encounter with Sepsis. I have been under doctors orders to be at home recovering. I ask for continued prayer as here in the UK the temperatures have dropped below freezing this week. This presents challenges. I have had visits and numerous phone calls from doctors... Continue Reading →

Motive for prayer

I have a son with specific gifts and talents that God surprises us with. He has also needs which I am going to share as a motive for prayer and also for anyone who desires to help us prayer fully. My son Joshua Joshua is reaching the end of schooling and entering into further education.... Continue Reading →

Psalm 138:7

The above Scripture is my experience, and when you look into the Hebrew of the word "revive" you see that the promise that in trouble we are promised reviving, that is the capacity of new life, miraculous raising up from a bad place. It is remaining alive. See below, "in pregnant sense of fulness of... Continue Reading →

Intensive Care

A lot of expectations for 2020 meant that for at least 2 weeks I had been struggling with a virus. On the 2nd what started with what seemed to be a migraine headache escalated into kidney pain. By 11am I was blue in my skin, breathing shallow. My wife and daughter were decisive in getting... Continue Reading →

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