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Take your cloths off! Struggling to come into the presence of God after a long and trying day; I push myself to try to enter into the Holy Place. Frustration begins to engulf me, instead of being l…



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Philippians 3:13-14 New American Standard Bible (NASB) 13 Brethren, I do not regard myself as having laid hold of it yet; but one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and reaching forward to what lies ahead, 14 I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.


This morning I was thinking about running a race, any race and I noticed that there are some prevailing factors about running that you must do in order to even have a chance at winning. One of those factors stood out more then the others; “Don’t look back!” You have to keep your eyes focused on the finished line! Even when you are a relay racer, where the baton is being passed to you, you can’t looked back! The runner continues to look forward as…

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“Back down memory lane”

Did you know our memory is one of our most important tools we have for a successful marriage!

That’s right! Just a quick walk back down memory lane will renew our appreciation for our spouse.

I’m not talking about walking back to the last hurt, the last ill word or the last offense. I’m talking about walking back to our beginnings. When love was “BRAND NEW”! When we couldn’t stop looking into each others eyes. When the sound of each others voices cause our heart to race out of control…yeah back there!

Don’t just take a speed walk past, but stay there a minute! Allow yourselves to be captivated in the moment. When you come back to “NOW” you will see everything looks totally different, especially each other!

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Take your cloths off!

Struggling to come into the presence of God after a long and trying day; pushing myself to enter into the Holy Place, but, not able to enter in. Frustration begin to engulf me, instead of being lifted to a high place, I was sinking into a hole. The more I struggled to pull myself out the more I was pulled deeper in the abyss. Thoughts from the day were bombarding my soul, screaming accusations of my unworthiness. Everything I had done or said wrong during the day was over powering the worship songs that were being sung in the back ground. I’m not sure how I got to this place, but I was here none the same. At the point of pure desperation, I raised my hands and said without realizing it, “God I need you!” It was what the Father was waiting for, me to come to a desperate place and cry out to him in my weak and feeble state. He whispered in my hear, “take your cloths off” come to the basin that is in the outer court and bath. Wash off all that has defiled you today. You can’t come into my presence because you have not prepared yourself for your King. Now, come to the basin and take your cloths off my bride. Wash your head, cleansing your thoughts from the vain imaginations, wash your face, your eyes, your ears,you mouth from all the vile things you have seen, heard and said today. Wash your arms from all the unholy things you have embraced; Wash your torso from things you have allowed to enter into your heart; Wash your legs and your feet from those forbidden places you walked today. Now that you are clean and naked, I can lead you into my Most Holy Place, my most intimate place. I will cloth you with my Glory, with my peace, with my love. I can now adorn you with my oil of gladness and you can sip from my wine of healing. Now, that you have taken your cloths off!

As I did everything thing the Lover of my soul instructed me to do, I was instantly taken to theHigh Place and it was just him and I.

Oh, the pleasure that flooded my soul, I will never hesitate again to “Take my cloths off.” My King is waiting for me and I will not keep Him waiting.