You Are God’s Image-Bearer {But who do you look like?}

We need to understand this: “So God created mankind in His own image, in the image of God He created them.” (Genesis 1:27)

God wanted you to exist and wanted you to look like Him. He has never changed in His good character and intentions towards you. As His child, you bear His image, His reflection, and more and more you reflect that image onto the world that needs to know the same love. Are you looking more like your Father?

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In the same way that you are influenced by those closest to you, you also receive more of God’s reflection when you spend time with Him. When you read and study the Word of God and as you gaze upon Him you come to look more like your Father. Even while invisible to physical sight, God is visible to the heart. He removes the build up of life in the world and helps you be more able to receive His love and reflect it back to Him and to others. As you focus on your Father, you begin to understand your own significance and value. “Those who look to him are radiant; their faces are never covered with shame.” -Psalms 34:5

Sylvia Gunter writes, “When you are strong and full of light, you reflect the nature and character of God, but your soul has been in control at many points: stuck in the past, wounded, undernourished, in bondage, in fear, and shame. You have been run over by others through manipulation. You have been controlled by your own wounded or fearful reactions. You have been trapped. But you are not a victim! That is not the real you; you are made of the essence of the light of God. You have the best intentions, but the wounded soul keeps you from being seen as you really are. Be blessed to heal the soul by speaking truth to it.”

We take on the image of what we worship, what we focus on, and so the importance of daily walking with God and time set apart to just be with Him is vital to your health in spirit, soul, and body. Where we still struggle, where we walk through repeating problems, He is there. Invite Him to bring the change needed in you, the healing, the growth, and the maturity you need in order to be free in Him. Submit to Him in all things, recognizing your need of Him, and He will lift you up.

You take on the image of what you worship, what you focus on, and so the importance of daily walking with God and time set apart to just be with Him is vital to your health in spirit, soul, and body. Where you still struggle, where you walk through repeating problems, He is there. Invite Him to bring the change needed in you, the healing, the growth, and the maturity you need in order to be free in Him. Submit to Him in all things, recognizing your need of Him, for He promises to keep working in you.

“And being confident in this, that He who began a good work in you will be faithful to complete it.” Philippians 1:6

Your heart listens to everything you say, especially about yourself. Speak truth daily into your soul and spirit. Come to know yourself as an incredibly loved child of God, your original Father, and everything in your life will change. There won’t be a day that you suddenly “arrive” or stop needing God. Your understanding of your complete dependence on Him for everything is the foundation of living life as His child. As you grow stronger in Him, you will be able to do the will of God in your life.

As His image bearer growing closer to Him, He will heal and change you to be the overcomer He created you to be; as you come to intimately know the truth about who you really are, “the Truth will set you free.”

Keep growing,

Robin

From the desk by the window where I am thankful for His love that changes me!

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Struggles Prepare You For Success {don’t skip God’s preparation season}

This post was published in the Morning News on Sunday, May 22, 2016. I pray this is a blessing for you where you are – in your waiting, in your struggle, in your own unique period of preparation!

struggle, promotion, timing, Joseph calling, OsThroughout life, difficult times happen to everyone, but the person intent on personal growth finds a way to maximize the experience and gain from the lessons learned; whether personally or professionally, today’s struggle can prepare you for tomorrow’s promotion and success.

In the bible, Joseph walked a very difficult road for much of his life. It seemed that his circumstances would never improve. As a young man, he was given a dream from God that he would one day rule over others. But the reality was Joseph would be sold into slavery by his own brothers, purchased by an Egyptian as a house servant, and accused of sexual misconduct by his boss’ wife! He was thrown into prison for many years yet he continued to be faithful and serve those around him. Prison was where he began to be promoted in positions over sections of prisoners. The Lord continued to give Joseph favor even though his circumstances had not changed. What was he to do?

Never forgetting the dream he’d had, Joseph kept trusting God and became willing to be content where he was. He didn’t know how God would bring his dream to fulfillment, but God was using the long years of waiting to prepare him. Joseph would come to be positioned to rule the great nation of Egypt and there by save millions of people from starvation, including his own family. When they came face to face, Joseph helped his family see the bigger picture of what God had been doing in his life.

“I am Joseph, your brother, whom you sold into slavery in Egypt.  But don’t be upset, and don’t be angry with yourselves for selling me to this place. It was God who sent me here ahead of you to preserve your lives and to preserve many others. So it was God who sent me here, not you! And he is the one who made me an adviser to Pharaoh—the manager of his entire palace and the governor of all Egypt.” (Genesis 45:4-8)

God desires to be just as involved in our lives today as He was in the life of Joseph. He uses our periods of waiting, struggle, and dryness to prepare us for something bigger. Whether your calling is to business, community, or something individual, know that not everyone walks through a Joseph calling, but many do; and the experiences are usually related to the magnitude of the call on your life.

Many who are destined for greater impact lose much along the journey, so if God has purposed you for greater things, expect to walk through times that don’t make sense, where God seems silent. He has not forgotten you and will bring you to a place of success and restoration according to His timing and purpose for your life.

My Spiritual Life Coaching Clients who have walked through difficulties learn that our part is to submit to God, learn to trust Him, and continue to seek His direction. Our lives need God’s refining work for our strength and integrity to be developed.

While Joseph was “Called” as a young man, he wasn’t “Commissioned” into his destiny until many years later. Just as Joseph allowed God to refine and prepare him, so can you. Even in prison Joseph was being made ready and matured in his gifts and talents. While it may appear small, those very experiences would catapult him forward to rule over the nation and save many lives.

Maybe you, too, feel called to something great, destined to also to “save many lives” in some way. Don’t shortcut the season of preparation and continue to forgive those who “sell you out”. Be determined to serve faithfully where you are and seek God for all He wants to do in and through you. You may very well be a modern-day Joseph! The all-important middle years of “Preparation” that requires waiting and trusting will serve to have you ready for success.

Keep growing, 

Robin

From the desk by the window where the sun is rising on a cool Monday morning.

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The Jesus Who Surprises Me – an artistic expression

There have been so many times in my life that my circumstances obscured my vision and I wondered if the Lord was still with me. Of course, as I waited and kept breathing, He would show me that He had been there all the time.

When you are faced with sudden disaster or feel as if you have been sinking for years in quicksand, when you don’t know the way forward, and when nothing is lighting the next step, just remember that He is with you. He is teaching you to trust Him. He has promised to never leave you. And He is doing a mighty inner work! He is the Author and Finisher of our faith in Him, the Jesus who surprises and appears in moments.

“Let the one who walks in the dark, who has no light, trust in the name of the Lord and rely on God.” {Isaiah 50:10}

There’s lots of grace for the journey,

Robin 

From the desk by the window on a breezy March day in the South.

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The Secret Things We Hope Nobody Knows

secrets, vintageWhen I was a little girl, I loved sharing a secret! Along with my best friend, Laura, we sought out things we could confide in each other. If I knew a secret to share, it probably involved anything we wanted to keep to ourselves about our play time. If she knew a secret, it usually was about one of her sisters. We both had sisters we loved keeping information from and even letting them know that they “weren’t in the know” was powerful. We didn’t delve into matters of state, just matters of family.

But some secrets aren’t OK to keep. Keeping silent about wrongdoing or knowing something could harm another are secrets not to keep. In the same way, secret sins should never remain fully concealed. Secret thoughts and activities that you cannot share with another are only spiritual traps for your soul. God tells us in His Word that every hidden thing will be brought to the Light, His Light that makes darkness run.

For nothing is hidden that will not become evident, nor secret that shall not be known and come into open view. (Luke 8:17 TLV)
Hidden things will always come out into the open. Secret things will come to light and be exposed. (Luke 8:17 Voice)

While we may not like this very much because we don’t want to confess everything we’ve done, are doing, or the secret problems that beset us, this spiritual principle is for our benefit. This doesn’t mean that God wants to parade your sinful self to the world in order to shame you, but that He wants to bring into the light what you are trying to hide in order for you to be freed from its grip! The shame that comes from hiding something can fill your heart and mind and bring chaos to your thoughts. The false comfort you may receive from your secret is really bondage in disguise. The only way to nullify the strength of a secret is to tell it!

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You’re invited by God to bring those secret things into the warm light of His forgiving love, confess them, and be cleansed and freed of them. Unconditionally!

“His love does not waver based on your behavior.”

He laid down His life for you so that you can experience an ever-increasing freedom. Your part then is to stand in truth in such a way that those secret places are now being filled with truth every day. Paul wrote in the letter to the Ephesians about the importance of standing firm on the truth.

Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of His might. Put on the full armor of God, so that you will be able to stand firm against the schemes of the devil. For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places. Therefore, take up the full armor of God, so that you will be able to resist in the evil day, and having done everything, to stand firm. (Ephesians 6:10-13 NASB)

Did you notice where the strength to do this standing comes from? “Be strong in the LORD and in the strength of His might.” It is the truth that frees, not our efforts to free ourselves! We are not strong enough to remove our sins, secret or known, but He is. He can work with us to change our wrong beliefs, detrimental thought patterns, and habits that weaken. His truth, when we know it intimately, surely frees every time.

What truth do you need? If you’re unsure, ask God and He will help you. Then develop a system to absorb it: type it up, write it out, post stickie notes about it – everywhere! Put it in the calendar in your phone and read it aloud when you hear the alert! But find a way to get it in. Years ago when I was struggling with my own personal freedom to establish the boundaries I needed in my life, I got a deck of spiral index cards and wrote scriptures and statements of truth on them. I called them my Truth Cards and I read and flip those cards all day long for many months, rehearsing aloud what God said was true for me. That’s a great way to become intimately acquainted with the truth that changes us!free, truth, birds, cage

Don’t wait for God to bring your secret into the light, address it with Him now and get to work on filling yourself with the truth you need to be free. Stop allowing feelings of pride or shame to keep you in hiding. Let your uncomfortable state be the motivation needed to choose freedom!

“It was for freedom that Christ set us free; therefore keep standing firm and do not be subject again to a yoke of slavery (of any kind).” (Galatians 5:1)

You were created to prosper as you walk in truth. So when secret things are getting in the way, don’t stop until you have your freedom back! For more help, comment or send an email to robinlewiswords@gmail.com. Confidential Spiritual Life Coaching is available for women ages 16 and up! Get bold! You don’t have to struggle through life alone.

There’s so much grace,

Robin

From the desk by the window where the sun is beginning to break through the clouds!

(c) Robin L. Lewis, Sozo Life & Leadership, LLC, March 16, 2016

Stumbling Along in Following God {when seasons shift}

Are you having some trouble following God’s will right now?

Dutch Sheets, one of my all-time-favorite Bible teachers said, “I find that I stumble into the will of God more times than I find it on purpose.” That helps me a lot for when I have trouble knowing God’s will, I can still be confident that He will get me where I need to be even if I stumble into it.

Many of you are feeling an uncomfortable shift in your life this year. It’s OK. It’s God getting your course corrected. So if you wake up most mornings wondering if you’re still in your right mind or feeling out of sorts, just keep leaning on Him. He can get you right where you need to be. (Learn to be aware of His presence with you. Pray honest prayers. Read your Bible. Listen for His subtle leading.)  

woman thinkingYou may be in a physical shift from one job to another. This may be a mental shift as your thinking is changed in an area. But this is definitely a spiritual shift. (Remember, everything is spiritual because you first are spiritual!) Everything is about getting you in a better, more blessed, more free place looking more like His Son. 

How do you handle it? Let yourself be keenly aware of how much you need God’s help and direction. (That means you don’t know everything you need to know.) The challenges you face are far too great to handle alone. To walk with God in humble dependence is the most strong, blessed, and protected place you can be! Practice resting your mind, will, and emotions, and let Him “train you in trust” while you wait.

How long will it last? That is between you and God. Your shift and season may be similar to another, but will be uniquely different from anyone else. This is about you and God, so let it be… about you and God.

Why is it so hard to submit and follow? Because we think we know best! We think we know what our life should look like and be like, but without God our life will never have the meaning and outcome He has in mind. We want God’s best, but we usually don’t want the trials, work, introspection, change, and personal growth that goes along with it.

Comparing yourself to others is a dead end. There are many famous TV pastors or authors with followers who say, “I want to do what you do!” They  see the glory in it and may want to do it, but do they realize the price that’s been paid to get there? Jesus faced a similar question from Peter in John 13:37 who boldly proclaimed, “Lord, I am willing to lay down my life for you!” To which Jesus responded, “Will you lay down your life for Me? Truly, I say to you, a rooster shall not crow until you deny me three times. Let not your heart be troubled: believe in God, believe also in Me.”  (John 13:37-14:1)

We think we are strong enough. We think we are ready. But our Father knows our hearts and what we need next. He is faithful to lead us through preparation, shifts, and changes that are right for us individually. While many are not easy or comfortable, and some are downright hard, hang on for He’s not finished yet and neither your past nor your present gets the last word!

Listen – I understand. In my life, I’ve experienced many shifts and literal moves that seemed crazy at the time, but looking in that wonderful rearview mirror it’s easy to see how the Lord was faithful in every step.

For today, can we just say something honest like this? “Lord, help me, I’m an unblended mess. This is hard, but I am willing to be made willing to take the next step with You. Give me a desire for what pleases Your heart. Protect me and strengthen me for what is to come.”

You’re going to do alright. You are unconditionally and greatly loved. You are held in very strong hands. So get still and listen.  Practice resting your mind, will, and emotions, woman, walk, road, directionand let Him “train you in trust” while you wait. 

When this shift is over, you will stand in a new place. A place that maybe you weren’t expecting, but a place where you know with more certainty than ever that the Father’s eyes are upon you and His hand is guiding you. You are living a journey to remember. 

Lots of love & grace,

Robin

From the desk by the window where the robins are resting in the yard, taking all they need, and then taking flight!!

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20 Things to Pray for Your Children

Sylvia Gunter is the founder of The Father’s Business ministry. Her books and weekly emails have been blessing my life, and especially my prayer life, for the past 6 years. I have given many of her books away, my favorite title being “Blessing Your Spirit” by Sylvia Gunter and Arthur Burke.
Sylvia has given her permission for me to repost her email from this past week entitled 20 Things to Pray for Your Children. I requested permission for 3 reasons: (1) her content is excellent and biblically based, (2) in my speaking and Spiritual Life Coaching, I find that most people aren’t secure in their prayer life and aren’t certain of how to pray, and (3) we need to pray strategically for our children. I hope this inspires you to pray for your children in a new way. I want to encourage you to visit her website and buy some books!

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20 Things to Pray for Your Children

Lord, I prayed for this child, and You have granted me what I asked of You.

1 Samuel 1:27

These Scripture-based prayers are dedicated to this most important responsibility and privilege of a parent or grandparent or teacher for children of all ages.

 

Lord, what do You want for my children?

Guide me by Your Spirit as I pray for my children according to Your will. I release them to You so that You can accomplish Your will for their lives. Work the life of Christ in them and give them Your best.

 

I pray that my children would:

  1. Receive and love Jesus as their Savior… May they understand that You love them so much that You gave Your only Son for them, and when they believe in Him, they will have life forever with You. John 3:16
  2. Commit their lives to make Jesus Lord and be filled with Your Spirit… May my children recognize that Jesus is the Name above all names and confess Him as Lord of all. I pray that they will trust Him with all their hearts, not lean on their own understanding, and acknowledge that He is Lord; thus, You will guide them in Your best way for them. May they be filled with Your Holy Spirit to the fullness of Christ. Phil 2:9-11, Pro 3:5-6, Eph 5:18, 1:23, 4:13
  3.  Know the true and living God intimately and cherish and live in all Your names… I pray that my children will desire to know You intimately, Father. May they love You and apply Your names and truth to their needs. Dan 11:32b, Phil3:10, Ps 9:10
  4. Learn to pray and praise… I pray that my children will learn to communicate with You, their loving Father. Put Your praise in their hearts and on their lips. Lead them to be entirely dependent on You for everything, so they talk with You about everything and give You the honor that You deserve. Mark 10:14-15, Matt 21:16, Phil 4:6
  5. Know who they are in Christ… I pray that my children will know how precious they are to You. Teach them to base their identity and security in Christ. Give them Christ-centered confidence and worth. Give them Your mind about how You see them and how You feel about them. Help them to know who they are and what they have in Christ and what they can do through Him. Eph 1:4,7,11-14; Col 1 :27
  6. Be protected from the evil one by the blood of Jesus… Cause my children to know the power of the blood to defeat all the works of the evil one.  John17:15, 1 John 4:4
  7. Receive the love of God the Father… I pray that my children will know Your Father-heart and have the assurance of Your great love. Let them know by experience how extravagantly and unconditionally You love them. Father them with Your holy love, so that they know that You are always working in their lives in love. 1 John 3:1
  8. Love the Word of God… I pray that my children will treasure Your Word more than wealth. Teach them to base their lives on it as their standard of life. Give them understanding as they seek You in Your Word. Teach them to plead Your unbreakable promises and to defeat all the lies of the enemy with Your truth revealed in Your Word. Ps 119:127-130,159-162
  9. Learn to hate sin and love holiness, righteousness, and the fear of the Lord… I pray that You will write Your Word on the hearts of my children so that they will choose to hate sin and love Your holiness. Work in their lives the holy fear of You. Help them to desire to please You in all they do. Create in them a pure heart. Make them wise in what is good and innocent in what is evil. Move in them to dedicate their life to You as a living sacrifice. Ps 119:9,11; 2 Tim2:22, Rom 16:19b, Pro 8:13
  10. Grow up into maturity in the Lord… I pray that my children will be built on the foundation of Jesus and grow in Your grace with a conscious sense of Your presence conforming them to be like You. May they be built up with Your wisdom, favor, truth, love, life, faith, strength, and thankfulness. Luke 2:52, Eph4:15, Col 2:6-7
  11. Glorify God in their bodies as Your temple… I pray that my children will honor You by keeping their bodies pure as the temple of Your Spirit. Teach them the great price You paid in the death of Jesus for their holiness. 1 Cor 6:19-20, Rom 12:1-2
  12. Respect those in authority…I pray that my children will submit to the authorities You have placed over them for their good. Cause them to obey and not reserve for themselves the right to choose whether to obey, which You call rebellion. Give them a joyful, grateful heart as they submit to authority. Rom 13:1, Eph 6:1, 3:22-25
  13. Have healthy, edifying, wise friendships… I pray that my children will develop friendships based on the drawing of Your Holy Spirit to righteous companions. Give them friends who are true, wholesome, and mutually encouraging. Give them wisdom in choosing relationships that will honor You. Ps 119:63, John 15:13-14
  14. Know the truth and renew their minds in God’s Word… I pray that my children will know Your truth in their hearts as well as their minds. May they base their life on Your truth instead of Satan’s lies, so that they will experience all the freedom that Jesus died to give them. I pray that they will daily renew their minds in Your Word and set their thoughts on what is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, and worthy of praise. John 8:32, Rom 12:2, Phil 4:8
  15. Walk wisely in the ways and wisdom of God… I pray that my children will commit everything they do to You and trust You to show them the blessings of obedience. Teach them to put You first in everything. Let their actions reflect Your goodness, righteousness, truth, and wisdom. Day by day fulfill all Your will for them. Ps 37:4- 6, Pro 3:5-6, Eph 5:8-10,15-17
  16. Have the joy of the Lord… I pray that You alone will be my children’s  joy. Fill them with Your joy, so they won’t pursue the world’s pleasures. Phil 4:4, Neh 8:10
  17. Seek to please God, not self, and serve others… I pray that my children will desire to please You in their thoughts and actions and not be people-pleasers. May they have servant’s hearts and give to others like Jesus who did not seek to be served. Matt 4:10b, Ps 19:14, Mark 10:43-45
  18. Learn who the enemy is and resist him victoriously… I pray that my children will humbly submit to You and resist the evil one, thereby defeating him. May they discern his tactics and not entertain his lies nor be entrapped by his snares. I pray that they will receive Your strength and resurrection power for every spiritual battle. 2 Cor 2:11, Jam 4:7, Eph 6:10
  19. Maintain their first-love devotion to Jesus… I pray that Jesus will be the first love of my children. Give them a passion for Jesus. Cause them to love Him with all their heart, soul, strength, and mind. May they prize His affection above all else. Phil 3:13-14, Luke 10:27
  20. Find the godly life partner that God is preparing, a mate who will complement them in their obedient walk with the Lord… I pray that You will bring my children the life partner You have chosen for them. Develop the character of Jesus in them. May their walk together with You be a testimony that You made them for each other. Make them a mighty witness for You. Bless them with Your best. Pro 12:4, 31:10; Ps 112:1-2
In Jesus’ name, amen.
 
You can use God’s Word to form prayers for any need. I hope that you will begin praying scripture prayers that are strategic, asking the Lord what He wants you to pray, and following His leading in your prayer life. All your comments or questions are welcome! Find Sylvia Gunter on Facebook and follow her on Twitter @thefathersbiz. Visit her website to sign up for the weekly devotional like I did.
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Loads of God’s good grace to you,
Robin
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(c) Robin L. Lewis, Sozo Life & Leadership, LLC, March 1, 2016
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The Weight of Chronic Overthinking {How to be Free}

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Chronic. I have been a chronic over-thinker. And I can still fall into it at times. It. feels. awful. And yet, we do it because we don’t know what “might” happen.

The “what if’s” come like rapid fire gun shots at our thoughts and we scramble like soldiers for a bunker of mental safety, strategizing a plan to make sure everything turns out alright.

Like we think we are that powerful. Newsflash: WE ARE NOT THAT POWERFUL.

As Christians, we talk about our faith walk, and then worry about what could be around the next corner. We are listening to the wrong voices. We are believing the wrong things.

In fact, the only way to grow our faith is to NOT KNOW and still lean hard with all the weight of our concerns upon God. We are to “cast all our cares upon Him because He cares for us.”

We are not to cast it like a fishing lure, then reel it back in. We’re to throw it out like the garbage and trust that God is going to be God.

I was telling a new friend yesterday that sometimes when life circumstances seem way too big, we just need to walk outside and look up at that really big sky and remember that our Heavenly Father made that sky…with His words! And that His hands hold it and us together.

So when you catch yourself with the “what if” or the “I’ve got to do something about this” thoughts, walk outside and throw it all at the Lord who is so very big. Then come back in, make a nice cuppa tea, and ask for His help. He promises to give it.

  • Reflection time: If you have the habit of reflecting over the day or over your life at the end of the day, look for ways you lived well, give thanks, and rest easy knowing you’re a process.
  • Maxwell’s Law of the Mirror: You must see value in yourself to add value to yourself. Give yourself a check up in your “self talk” and “self behavior” where they relate to stress, criticism, comparison to others, and how you use your mental time.
  • It’s impossible to worry and trust God at the same time. To shift it to trust, control your thoughts (yes this is possible), and choose to focus on giving thanks. Gratitude trips worry and over-thinking every time, making it fall on it’s ugly little face.

Trusting Him feels so very good and is the way to living free!

Grace & Peace,
Robin

From the desk by the window, realizing my smallness and God bigness, and feeling pretty good about that.

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