Take Shelter in Jesus

This is an excerpt from Jane’s blog, Take Shelter in Jesus

This morning, as I read the Word, I intentionally looked for Scriptures that spoke of “shelter.” Of course, we know that the meaning of the word shelter is: To protect or shield from something harmful.

Shelter is one of the basic human needs, along with food, water, and companionship.

Shelter is a structure that protects from the elements, against attacks or danger. It is a place to live or dwell.

For instance, if you get lost in the woods, the first thing you do is to seek shelter or a protected place to stay. So, shelter provides cover!

Jesus is a safe place to SHELTER. He covers us in the storms of life. He redeems our life from destruction, and He crowns us with lovingkindness and tender mercies.

Bless you today, as you continue to take SHELTER in His Presence. Find some good worship music and join Heaven in worshipping Jesus.


All We Have is Given to Us in Christ

This is an excerpt from Jane’s opening message of the 2019 Jerusalem Convocation.

He works quietly on the inside and keeps aligning us with Heaven. He keeps aligning us with Him. We do not want just good works, we want Christ. We want the Spirit of Christ. We want to see Him reproduced in the earth. . . . Look for the new. Do not make it up just because you heard something new was going to happen. Let it be Him. Because when it is Him, there is not doubt in anyone’s mind. It is supernatural. . . Lord, I just want to say, we are looking. We are watching. We are waiting with expectant hearts.