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 Unfulfilled Dreams

Rick was the perfect kid next door. He went to a private Catholic school and excelled in every sport he played. He could run like the wind; he was amiable and everyone wanted to be on his team when the game started. His play stood out in every sport he played. He had a very bright and promising future in sports. He was one of the rare ones that could have gone professional in any sport he applied himself to. He could have been rich and famous but later in life he took a wrong turn then things went terribly wrong.

Rick grew up as an only child with a silver spoon in his mouth and opportunity knocking at every door. His parents were older than parents usually were when they started families. They were devout Catholics who kept a tight hold on Rick. He was under a strict and controlling rule at home. He was your perfect all American boy next door. He walked right out of the 1950’S hit TV SERIES: ”Ozzie AND Harriet Nelson”, your favorite family next door. He was polite, meek and he did not have an ego the size of Texas, which you would expect from a person of his athletic abilities.

He was always friendly, polite and generally a nice guy. He was one of the nicer kids in the neighborhood. People watched Rick play sports they knew he was something special. He had the world at his fingertips.

John his best friend (he lived a few houses down from Rick) lost contact with him over the years. He was about to walk in the bright, shining future that had been laid at his feet. So everyone thought! Somewhere in his journey Rick did a total turn around that changed his whole nature.

The truth about his family life came to light years later. He was constantly at odds with his father and mother. They were worlds apart in what they wanted him to do. There was physical abuse in their home and his father was an alcoholic who was drunk around the clock. Rick’s dad was overbearing, gruff and he never expressed any affection toward Rick. He never told Rick that he appreciated him or loved him.

The effects of his dysfunctional home life had been simmering in Rick for years; he kept pushing it down, down until one day it erupted and set his life on fire and set him spinning into a pit he would never come out of. Against his family’s wishes he joined the Army and he deliberately went with the wrong crowd blazing down the road of unhindered rebellion.


John had not seen Rick for years and all but forgot about him. Then one day John ran into an old friend in the parking lot at the local shopping center. “Hey John remember me?” John stopped in his tracks pondering who this salutation was from. John looked intently at the young man who had greeted him. “Ron is that you?” “Yeah John it’s been a long time.” John didn’t recognize the once dirty faced longhaired kid haired who had turned into a strapping tall, well- built young man. “You know who this is?” John following Ron’s glance to the angry figure standing next to Ron. The man standing next to Ron wore a scar across his forehead having an angry scowl permanently pasted on his face. He was fat out of shape and wore sloppy clothes that misfit his large frame. He aged beyond his youthful years with all the drug and alcohol abuse. “No I can’t say that I do.” It’s Rick your old buddy!”  John’s face dropped to the ground. “Wow Rick you sure have changed!”

Rick mumbled something. Everyone says that when they see him.” Ron piped in.” “Rick works for me now in my construction company. He just got out of the Army and he is living with me until he can get back on his own two feet.”  John retired to his car and drove off still stinging with shock at how bad Rick looked. Later on John heard Rick had been involved in a barroom brawl. Rick was struck in the face and he fell backwards hitting his head against the bar and he died instantly.

Tragically, Rick was never told about Jesus Christ who could have saved his life and turned him around and made him the famous professional sports hero he was always meant to be. Rick’s turned into an empty life of unfulfilled dreams.

For I know the plans that I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans for well-being, and not for calamity, in order to give you a future and a hope. Jeremiah 29:11

Author Admin  Added On 05/05/2015
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  Who is God? A very good question! There are a lot of different answers to this question. Some people say there is no God? Your answer to this question will determine how you treat other people and where you will spend eternity! Our belief about who God is will also determine whether we worship God or worship ourselves. If we love God then we will love people. We have three major religions in this world. They are opposite each other, therefore they cannot be all true! Let me explain; Christianity says that God died for man. Islam says that man must die for God. Hinduism says that God is whoever you make Him to be in your mind. Christianity also says that God made or created man. Self worship is you trying to do for God what God has already done for you! Grace is God doing for you what you cannot do for yourself! By grace you are saved by faith and not of yourselves. Please see Ephesians 2:8. We all make mistakes. My worst mistake was rejecting Jesus Christ as my savior. My best decision was accepting Jesus Christ as my savior. Jesus asked Peter, "Who do you say that I am?" Who do you say Jesus Christ is? See Matthew 16:16. How you answer the most important question in your life will determine your past, present and future life! Who do you say that He is? Jesus Loves You! GodWhoisGod.com 
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But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. (Matthew 6:33)

Have you ever read the story of Joseph in the Old Testament, about how his brothers sold him into slavery, which resulted in him being wrongfully imprisoned for thirteen years?  When Joseph saw his brothers again many years later, he then had the power and authority to put them to death because of what they had done to him. Instead, he told them something incredible.  He told them not to be worried or afraid (Genesis 45).  Even more amazing was that Joseph didn’t blame them and told them that God had actually ordained what they had done in order to bring salvation and deliverance to them (Genesis 45:5-8)!  And then he blessed them for it (Genesis 45:10-11)!  That’s quite astonishing after all they had put him through.

How was Joseph able to so freely forgive?  He was able to do so because somewhere during his sufferings, he came to the revelation that it wasn’t about all the wrongs that had been done to him.  It was about all the rights that God could do!  Joseph didn’t focus on the labels placed upon him (i.e. slave, rapist, liar, prisoner, etc.).  Instead, he focused on the goodness of God and the belief that God would make everything right.  In other words, Joseph had faith God would make it up to him for every unjust sorrow he endured.  

Joseph also no longer looked at his brothers or his Egyptian captors to make amends for or to heal his wounds.  He solely looked to God, and God saw Joseph’s heart and literally blessed him out of his bitterness.  That is why, when Joseph saw his brothers again, he was no longer hostile or angry.  In fact, he was tearfully joyful, and he gave his abusers comfort and compassion.

If you have suffered much and labels have been placed upon you, I want to encourage you.  Rather than entertaining thoughts of revenge or vindication on those who have victimized and wounded you, to instead, think and meditate upon the amazing things God will do for you to make it right.  When we don't see our destiny and the greatness of God, we can stay stuck in our wounds.  Our God is bigger than that.  He can, and He will rescue us, but first, we must choose to let go and to forgive.  Give it all to Jesus. 

Will you pray this healing prayer with me?

“Heavenly Father, I give to You today every hurt, wound, every bitter thought, all resentment and anger toward those who hurt me.  I expectantly look to You to catapult me into my destiny, a destiny that You prepared for me before You created me.  I look forward to becoming a leader and great influencer of my generation like Joseph for Your glory, and I look for Your reconciliation and Your faithfulness in making all my wrongs right.  Thank you, Father. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.”

Victory and blessing awaits you!

Author Sandra Roberts  Added On 02/17/2018
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 The Muddy Rivers/Semi-Truck Dreams

The following dreams are significant to my life but also the Body of Christ as well.


When I was on vacation, I dreamt of a baby and the baby was drowning in a muddy river. The baby had green moss in its mouth and was choking, near death. I was trying to save the baby so I cleared its mouth and got it to breathe again. I just looked up the interpretation in Ira Milligan's: Understanding the Dreams You Dream: Biblical Keys to Hearing God's Voice in the Night. Baby means new beginning, new idea, new work in the Church. A muddy river equals spirit of the world; religious traditions of man; sin, wickedness. Stagnant, muddy, or polluted water equals man's doctrines and ways, iniquity, haughty spirit, unkind. I believe that this dream is referring to the new thing, the new work that the Lord is bringing to the Church. However, it is being suffocated and drowned in the muddy rivers, dirty waters of the religious traditions of man. So we need to purify the water and I had a dream later that I was trickling in like an IV into a pool of water purity and infusing purity into the water. Little by little the muddy, murky waters will be cleared.

Dreamt I was driving a semi-truck (tractor trailer) last night. Dream book says: Large burden: Ministry; powerful and/or large work in the Church! Truck size is often in proportion to the burden or size of the work. For every man shall bear his own burden (drive his own truck, do his own work, natural or spiritual) Galatians 6:5

Author Rochelle Arnold  Added On 10/17/2017
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 The Hand Than Never Lets Go

Do you know there is a love that is so awesome that we don’t have to worry about being separated from it? A love that is pure and without mixture. A love that promises to stay by our side and never let go. A love that never leaves nor forsakes us. It’s beyond what the human mind can comprehend. There is a love that is divine and with perfection casts out all fear.  The love of the Father who loved us even when we were still sinners. When we were lost, before we were even born, Jesus died for us. This love reached down through time and saved us from eternal darkness. Jesus took upon Himself the sin of humanity. God is a spirit and He is also love. “Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love.” (1 John 4:8)

I give them eternal life, and they will never perish; no one will snatch them from my hand. My Father, who has given them to me, is greater than all, and no one can snatch them from my Father’s hand. The Father and I are one.  (John 10:28-29)

We are saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. (Ephesians 2:8) We are not saved by anything we can naturally do. In other words, we cannot earn our salvation. Since we cannot earn it we cannot lose it either. Once we invite Jesus into our life and our genuinely saved we become born again, which means our spirit is changed and made new. The spirit of a man or woman is the true person. You see we live in these earth suits (our human bodies), which eventually physically die. The spirit continues to exist after it departs from the body. As a believer in Jesus Christ and a student of the Holy Bible, I believe in heaven and hell.

The Bible says whosoever calls upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. (Romans 10:13) There are multitudes of Scripture that confirm salvation is forever. It’s not something you just walk away from and even if you try to you will never be able to release yourself from the firm grasp Jesus Christ has on you.

Who is the one who will condemn? Christ is the one who died and rose again, who is at the right hand of God, and who also is interceding for us. Who will separate us from the love of Christ? (Romans 8:34)

For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor heavenly rulers, nor things that are present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor anything else in creation will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord. (Romans 8:38)

So, nothing can separate us from the love of God and since God is love we cannot lose our salvation! I think that is crystal clear from the above Scripture. Nothing can separate means just that, nothing! The blood of Jesus is the glue that holds us together with the Father. For we overcome by the blood of the Lamb and the word of our testimony. (Revelation 12:11)

For example, if you take the hand of someone much stronger than you and that person has promised to never let go, you will not be able to release yourself from that person no matter how hard you try to let go. If this is physically true in the natural, how much more is this true with God the Father who is the strongest being in the world.




He humbled himself in obedience to God and died a criminal’s death on a cross. Therefore, God elevated him to the place of highest honor and gave him the name above all other names, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and earth and under the earth, and every tongue declare that Jesus Christ is Lord. (Philippians 2:8-11)


There is no higher authority than Jesus Christ! He cannot lie for the Word of God is infallible. We are sealed with the Holy Spirit. First, we hear the message of the gospel of truth, the gospel of salvation and we must believe. Once we believe we become sealed in Him with the Holy Spirit of promise. The Holy Spirit is the Father’s pledge to us that we are redeemed. (Ephesians 1:13-14) For example, if you have a coupon that is valid and you take it to the grocery store you can redeem a product with it. Once our spirit is sealed it is up to us to take the steps necessary to grow and mature as a believer.

Our physical bodies are not redeemed until the second coming of Christ when we are changed in a twinkling of an eye. The mortal puts on immortal. The corrupt flesh becomes incorruptible. Does that give us a right to live anyway we want? No, it just assures us that we are redeemed. Once we are saved and sealed with the Holy Spirit we are changed from the inside out.

In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed. (1 Corinthians 15:52)

When interpreting the Bible, we must first study it to show ourselves approved, but we must also not take Scripture out of context and build a whole theology around it. Unfortunately, man has the inclination to live by traditions and denominations. Everything needs to be proofed in the fire of the Word. “Is not my Word like as a fire? says the Lord; and like a hammer that shatters the rock in pieces?” (Jeremiah 23:29)

The Word is also described as a double-edged sword that separates soul (or man) from (spirit) God. “For the Word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart.” (Hebrews 4:12) In conclusion, it is important to exercise your discernment and not receive every spirit that teaches the Bible. We are to tests the spirits because there is so much mixture out there. (1 John 4:1) Mixture is when part of the teaching is correct and then part of the teaching is incorrect.

Let us study and show ourselves approved rightly able to divide the Word of God and don’t just blindly follow a wrong doctrine or theology because someone or some denomination has chosen to adopt that teaching. Beloved, I assure you when you are sealed by the Holy Spirit you are saved eternally. Don’t let anyone put doubt in you concerning this. In Jesus Holy name. Amen.

Author Rochelle Arnold  Added On 10/16/2017
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