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We do not seek Him in vain!

SINGLE AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE ON JUNE 22,2020.

During these difficult and tumultuous times, many succumb to hopelessness and fear but I have come with a message of hope. The Lord is still in the prayer answering business!

“I have not spoken in secret, In a dark place of the earth; I did not say to the seed of Jacob, ‘Seek Me in vain’; I, the LORD, speak righteousness, I declare things that are right (Isaiah 45:19 NKJV).”

The prophet Isaiah speaks on behalf of God to the coming pagan king, Cyrus. Cyrus was anointed and appointed by God to deliver the children of Isreal from Babylon. However, there was nothing special about Cyrus that caused God to move.

There was something special about God’s heart for His people. He loved them with an everlasting love and He heard them crying out to Him for deliverance. Today, God is the same. He loves His people and He will answer them.

“It is a wicked thing to think God ever says to His people, “Seek Me in Vain,” David Guzik said in his commentary on Isaiah 45.

God wants us to bring our troubles to Him, Whatever they are! When times are at their worst cry out to God even more. HE WILL ANSWER YOU!

This is the Word of the Lord for you today and every day that you are breathing! Whatever it is, He wants you to bring it to Him BECAUSE He will set it right, if not in this life, then in the life that is to come.



“You will seek Me and find Me when you search for Me with all your heart (Jer 29:13 NASB).”

“And without faith, it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him (Heb 11:6 NASB).”

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Unleashed

COVID-19 was unleashed on the nations but so was the Gospel.

“And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely (Revelation 22:17 KJV).”

This is what it always was about, taking the Gospel message out beyond the inner courts. Now we have no choice.

I chose the picture of this hungry child and the woman giving him water because it gets my attention every time I see it. What has the Gospel Artist become? What has become of the industry? What has become of our churches?

I do not own the rights to this image and I am not sure who does.

We are all called to more than what we have been. What kind of worship leader am I, who is only effective on a stage? In the last three months, I’ve taken my guitar and my voice out to new places.

I took my instrument, my voice, and my spiritual gifts to the hospital where I sang healing and peace over my own children. I took it to my brother’s house where I sang healing and peace over him, his home, wife, and kids.

The picture floating around the internet of this starving child drinking water should hit home for all of us in more ways than one. We can’t sit in our safe houses, Netflix and binge eat, while the world starves.

There are many in the world starving physically but there are also many starving spiritually. Now, this Gospel we sing and preach is unleashed. And it’s for whosoever will.