Kimberly Fowler

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    This was such a blessing, it brought tears.

    in reply to: The Suffering and Glory of the Servant #3548

    Kimberly Fowler
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    Precious but heavy word.


    Kimberly Fowler
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    Really enjoyed reading this testimony! Blessed me.

    in reply to: Jeremiah 1 #3538

    Kimberly Fowler
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    Someone please help me to be able to copy and paste scripture content. My posts end up being mostly gibberish when I try to copy scripture. Is anyone else having so much trouble posting scripture?

     

    in reply to: A Warrior #3493

    Kimberly Fowler
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    A little word I felt or heard in the spirit today.

    A day of battle, a day of champions, decreeing the battle/ the victory is the Lord’s! Assured the victory, the victor’s crown, going in at full strength, with the strength of the Lord. It is not the challenge that assures you the victor, but the One at your side going with you, who has gone before you, who assures you His victory. It is not whether you have strength in yourself but with His strength, you can compete and win. He has already gained the victory. In His Presence, you are armed with strength to wage war and gain confidence that the battle has been won on your behalf, to go in with fortitude and strength…

    in reply to: Angel Before the Altar #3264

    Kimberly Fowler
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    Beautiful testimony

    in reply to: The "Judgement written" (some scripture & notes) #3263

    Kimberly Fowler
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    I read this, and parts of the post, particularly the scripture was so precious, it made me cry. The presence of the Lord was just somehow speaking to me in the scripture. I was not going to respond to your post even though parts of it were so precious, yet I heard in my spirit, “Tell him.” So I am letting you know that I read your post and it touched me.

    in reply to: The Season of Singing Has Come! – Deborah Waldron Fry #3255

    Kimberly Fowler
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    Loved this! Words of confirmation in this.

    in reply to: Rise up, O weary. I have overcome your faintheartedness. #3246

    Kimberly Fowler
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    Somehow the post is not allowing to copy and paste scripture. So the scripture reference I tried to copy is all of Psalm 3 and Psalm 2:8-9.

    Sorry for all the mess-up trying to post the scripture, I could not later erase it out.

    in reply to: Space-Time #2291

    Kimberly Fowler
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    An orchestrated path intermingling with others in God’s divine harmony to become like an orchestra or tapestry.

    in reply to: Before Abraham Was, I AM #2290

    Kimberly Fowler
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    Lovely.

    in reply to: Tell My people #2206

    Kimberly Fowler
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    This was an important word to me, Pura. Because God has and is delivering me through what has been a “hellish” year where when I first was a bit shell-shocked as I first saw my healing manifesting. Kind of like a person exiting a war-ravaged zone just coming out from beneath rubble. There is an aura of just being shell-shocked from the trauma of the battle. And so I am literally at times in awe that my healing is manifesting and God is pouring balm into the wounds. And it reminds me of a dream I had many years ago where I was trying to climb a hill that was covered in overgrown tangled trees and branches. And as I was climbing, the branches were catching at my clothes. And it was a bit difficult getting through, but when I got to the top of the hill, I realized the branches had taken away a special scarf that I was wearing and I wanted to get it back. And I was thinking about returning back to get it, but when I looked back down the hill, what I thought was just a difficult path was literally impassable with no possible or physical way through it for a person, but that God had somehow gotten me through the path with very little loss. There was no way in the physical realm that a person could have gotten through that mess of tangled overgrowth, but God had somehow made a way where there was no way and no path through it. And that is kind of how I am feeling, like I am just now coming out into the clearing and not even wanting to look back because it left me feeling raw. But I feel that your word, Pura is a word for me to just cover my air with praise even when we don’t understand all the “why’s” (why we had to go through something) or even what it was all about in the spiritual realm (we don’t know everything), but to just praise God anyway and give Him thanks for what He has delivered us from.

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