Sandy Redfearn

A fervent heart ~ for God's presence. A teacher ~ with an ear for God’s voice. A woman of prayer ~ with a prophetic message.
A Coach ~ with a passionate heart to awaken purpose.

Living The Spirit Filled Life

And if the Spirit of Him who raised Jesus from the dead lives in you, 
He who raised Christ Jesus from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies 
through His Spirit, who lives in you. Romans 8:11 (AMP)
           The Life inside of me DOMINATES 
                my circumstances everyday.
Dominate:  verb
Control, influence, exercise control over, command, be in command of, be in charge of, rule, govern, direct, have ascendancy over, have mastery over; informal head up, be in the driver's seat, be at the helm of, rule the roost (in), wear the pants (in), have someone in one's hip pocket; literary sway.

Are circumstance or situation dominating your life today?  WHY?

Beloved, the Life inside of us is greater than anything in this world.  
Greater is He that is within us than he that is in this world.  1 john 4:4     

For it’s in HIM….
            I live  (exist ~ abundantly ~ overflowing ~ over the top)
            I move (make progress, change position)
            Have my being (rest, wholeness, completeness, 
            possess His promises).  Acts 17:28

A revelation of the person, power and purpose of The Holy Spirit in our life bring us into a whole new way of living. 

These next few weeks we will explore what a Spirit Filled life is really all about. 
Meditate upon Romans 8:11, 1 Jh. 4:4 and Acts 17:28 this week.  
Declare this Life is living within me!  
This Life dominates my situation and circumstances.  

Winter sabbatical

January certainly has brought with it all the makings for the record books. 
Storm Jonas was not to be out done by the great footprint of Goliath, that pounded its way across the Midwest closing out 2015.  Didn’t Noah show up last year also?

Winter arrived at my home bringing a wonderful invitation to unplug.

Be Still.. I AM GOD.

Be still, and know that I Am GOD. Psalm 46:10

The command to "be still" comes from the Hebrew verb rapha
(meaning to be weak, to let go, to release, surrender).

We surrender in order to know that GOD is in complete control.
We give up trusting in ourselves and our own designs in order to experience the glory of GOD's all-sufficiency. Exd. 14:14