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Are You Blameless?

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • November 8, 2017

Psalm 37:18 The days of the blameless are known to the LORD, and their inheritance will endure forever. Psalm 37:37 Consider the blameless, observe the upright; there is a future for the man of peace. Psalm 18:25 and 2 Samuel 22:26 To the faithful You show Yourself faithful, to the blameless You show Yourself blameless. While reading the Psalms during the early years of my stand, the word “blameless” seemed to keep popping up. I started to circle and highlight that word, and shortly realized that it must be a rhema word from God, meant to instruct me. As I […]

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Watch and See What I Will Do

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • November 6, 2017

“I have called you, and anointed you, and asked you to fulfill your vows, which is no more than what you vowed on your wedding day. So many treat their vows as just words and treat as common what I have called Holy Matrimony. I am raising up My standard of Holy Matrimony in Covenant Keepers as a trophy to the world. To see My Word fulfilled comes with great sacrifice, living without your spouse and all that it entails, new families being raised in your place. I see it all and will use it all for My glory. Watch […]

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How Long Do You Stand?

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • October 23, 2017

Have you ever believed God’s truth and then find the winds of disappointment and adversity begin to gust. The enemy would like to come and steal the righteous seed God has implanted in our hearts but it is our role to launch out in a faith-walk that burns away our will in the matter and proclaims His. From our vantage point, time is working against us. From God’s viewpoint, there are sequential details that He is working through – in us and in others involved. If there is healing that needs to take place, don’t fleshly rush the process nor give up hope because […]

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Question Everything?

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • October 16, 2017

What do you believe? Why? As we and many people around the globe start into the holiday season, do you wonder why we believe and observe holidays? Do you ever question your religious beliefs about the holidays? Consider the one coming this month during October. Ah, Halloween–the celebration of witches, ghouls, goblins and trick-or-treating. Did you know that present day Halloween started thousands of years ago in the land of the Celts (Ireland / Wales) Rural farmers knew they needed the sun to make their crops grow. As the days shortened in the fall they were afraid that winter would […]

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Radiant Joy 

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • October 9, 2017

(The title for this article came through my husband, Koji, who specifically gave me the nickname, “Radiant Joy”) When we are standing, whether we know it or not, we are in deep need of healing. Often times, we are in this place because we have either avoided the healing or have not known that we needed it. When you are standing, it usually doesn’t take long for you to figure out that something needs to change. I believe that lasting, permanent, whole change is only possible through Jesus. John 14:6, one of my favorite verses, says, “I am the Way, […]

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How to Survive the Hurricane of Divorce

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • October 2, 2017

With all the major hurricanes experienced in America this last month I noticed something about the surviving trees. They looked really beat up but they were still standing upright.  And even though most of their leaves had been stripped away by the wind they were still alive. These trees bear a resemblance to covenant keepers. So I did a little research on trees that survive hurricanes. Here are a few points: Well pruned trees survive hurricanes better than unpruned or poorly pruned trees. The pruning process is a painful process but necessary in our Christian life if we are to […]

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The Ten Commitments

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • September 25, 2017

Sounds like a major theater production, doesn’t it? As we get more focused in our walk with the Lord, we discover that the covenants of God were not made lightly. They were forever promises. Some had conditions, some not. But they were irreversible when they were made. They were a statement of God’s heart toward mankind. They were a display of His integrity. We ought to all establish our own personal set of Ten Commandments for ourselves. They would be our Ten Commitments with which we judge ourselves. That we might grow closer to our Lord. It’s one thing to […]

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Empty Your Mind

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • September 18, 2017

Want to hear from God? Empty your mind. Find a quiet place and empty your mind. In thoughtful prayer ask God to speak to you. Wait patiently and when you are ready to hear He will speak. He will speak when He knows you are ready to hear – not necessarily when you think you are ready to hear. When I do this exercise immediately it seems that ten thousand thoughts invade my consciousness to demand attention. Do you think that is “normal?” Have you ever seen an opponent or fan at some sporting event trying to distract another and […]

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Let’s Go the Distance

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • September 11, 2017

Over the years I have discovered that for the most part covenant keepers go through five stages of growth. In fact, because of the importance of these stages I even wrote a book about them, Separation and Divorce…A Journey In Growth and Development. We begin our journey of faith with fresh vision and a determination to go the distance. We will not faint and give up our stands, no matter how long it takes! However, we are usually so intent and focused upon doing everything we can to see our marriages healed, that without realizing it, we make that healing an […]

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You Are a Bucket

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • September 5, 2017

In John 4 we learn that Jesus and the disciples had been in Judea and were going to Galilee. Most Jews in order to not come in contact with Samaritans would have gone out of their way to not walk through Samaria. But Jesus wanted to go to Samaria because He had an appointed time with a woman at a well. Because Jews believed that they would be ceremonially unclean if they used a vessel handled by a Samaritan, the woman expressed surprise that Jesus asked her for a drink. She must have wondered what Jesus intended for her to […]

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