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Praise and Faith: Secrets to Answered Prayer

Praise, thanksgiving, and faith are keys to answered prayer. If you want to receive answers to your prayers be sure to: 1. Praise Him and Thank Him. As we read the Lord’s Prayer we observe Jesus teaching the disciples to begin their prayer with PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING. Psalm 100:4 states, “Enter his gates with thanksgiving; Read More

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Help!: Secrets to Answered Prayer

Help me, Jesus! How many of us say this on a daily basis? I do not mean just say it just to say something, but say it because you actually need some help. When my daughter prays for our food the first words out of her mouth are: “Father, Help My Mother“.  I always say Read More

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Suddenlies: Godly Mushrooming

We are in a season of ‘Godly Mushrooming’ or Suddenlies. Things are speeding up in the natural and in the Spirit. Have you noticed it? The word ‘mushroom‘ has many meanings including ‘an umbrella shaped fungus’. The definition I am using today is ‘to spring up suddenly or multiply rapidly’.  The verb form of mushroom Read More

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Hear O Israel, the Lord is our God, the Lord is One!

Shema! Hear O Israel, the Lord is our God, the Lord is One! (). Can you believe we are already into August 2017? It seems like yesterday that I started Inspiration Flows; it has been over a year ago. This was the first post on Inspiration Flows and I thought in celebration of my blog birthday I Read More

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Favorite Scriptures: What Comes to Mind?

I am often asked, ‘What are my favorite scriptures?’ I really have to stop and think about it. There are several scriptures of which I am very fond, but they are not necessarily my favorites. I would say they are my go to scriptures when I need to meditate on something specific. Here are some Read More

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Dayenu: It Would Have Been Enough!

A couple of weekends ago we celebrated Passover and Easter. During our Seder, we recited this prayer called Dayenu. This song tells of God’s faithfulness. After each proclamation in the prayer, we shout ‘Dayenu’ which means it would have been enough (sufficient). I think this prayer has great meaning for Christians as well as Jews. tells Read More