It is LOVELY!

IT IS LOVELY & a GOOD REPORT … YES Very Good!

* It is Lovely and a good report to begin each day as a new day with Christ Jesus My Lord.

* It is Lovely and a good report to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praises to the Most High for the beauty of His Holiness.

* It is Lovely and a good report to proclaim His unfailing love in the morning and His faithfulness in the evening.

* It is Lovely and a good report to sail off into uncharted waters because He is the Captain and the Anchor of my soul.

* It is Lovely and a good report to walk upon unexplored trails because He is my Shepherd, Guide and the Guardian of my way.

* It is Lovely and a good report to have my hands open to receive because He has filled them with His Bread, Wine, Oil, and my covering the Garment of Righteous Glory.

* It is Lovely and a good report to have my heart open, because He has caused it to overflow with purity and holiness.

* It is Lovely and a good report to have my eyes focused, for in His Light all things will be made clear to me.

* It is Lovely and a good report to have my ears listening, because His Voice will be tender, loving, and the sweetest sound I could hear to satisfy the longing in my heart for Him.

* It is Lovely and a good report to rest in Him because His Bed is undefiled and pure giving peace to walk free in this life.

* It is Lovely and a good report to delight in Him for He is the Joy of my Salvation.

* It is Lovely and a good report to face unknown territory without fear because He is the Wisdom and Power of God, the beginning and the end of everything in my life.

You thrill me, Lord, with all you have done for me! I sing for joy because of the operation of Your Hands and what you have accomplished, completed, and finished for me, in me and through me.

Always-N-Joy, Joanne

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He Healed Them All!

In MY Name Heal Them ALL!!!

The word healing means to restore, renew, remember – health, wholeness, and purity.

Jesus was anointed to preach the Good News of the Gospel of the Kingdom of God and of our Christ. The Gospel of the Kingdom is Righteousness, Peace and Joy in the Spirit of Holiness.

The Spirit of Holiness is who raised us up ALL from out of the grave to walk in this newness of His abundant life. Take up His BED which is undefiled and walk, live knowing He is THERE in you! Where He is -THERE is HOLY!!

Holiness IS what made us PURE in heart and in Life so that we can SEE the Kingdom and SEE the Goodness and Love of our Father which is in heaven.

Jesus removed every manner of sickness, disease and all the lies that would torment us by the very PRESENCE of Love and His Glory which is Christ in US.

Now for us to BE still and KNOW His Name which is Holy. All that Jesus did was to show us the Purpose and Passion with the Power provided by Our Father from the beginning.

… And on the 7th Day Father sanctified and made THAT DAY – PURE and HOLY and instructed us to Keep the Sabbath Holy!! This IS that!!

Sanctified means pure, holy, separated from sin and guilt.

Did you HEAR that? Can you SEE that? He forever separated us from sin and guilt never from HIM and His goodness, love, grace or mercies grip!!

He HAS COME and healed them ALL by shining the LIGHT of His Glory that has made us AS ONE new man to rise each morning IN His Name that is Hallowed and Wonderful! Oh Yes!! His 2nd coming REMEMBERED in HIS Holy creation!!

Loud and clear Holiness forever established to rise and BE HOLY and BE Healed in His Name!!!

Behold the Beauty He shares with you and with me this precious morning!


Always-N-Joy with peace for today’s journey, Joanne

It’s a Beautiful Morning!

It’s a Beautiful Morning!

In Genesis – He said, “By MYSELF have I sworn these things.

As we have received the Mercy of God it says that we faint not. The Covenant of Mercy is in place for God’s sovereignty to rule and reign in truth.

“And let us not be weary in well doing; for in due season we will reap since we faint not.” Galatians 6:9

This word “NOT’ added after “we faint not” – is there because it is an adverb of negation meaning No – Not – Never will we faint. Why, because He has promised He will do all these things Himself and working together for the good of all in His Love. He will manifest His promise of Christ in each and every man. He will not – no – never fail not one word will fall void but every word producing fruit unto eternal life.

This word “in well” doing means beautiful by reason of purity of heart and life, handsome, excellent, eminent, choice, precious, useful, suitable, commendable, admirable, noble, AS ONE ought to be.

Let me remind you we looked at this word “goodness” of God and goodness means to be righteous, upright in heart and life. It was Jesus’ job, purpose and reason for being sent. He completed it and we reap the benefits. This is unconditional love in eternal motion 24/7/forever! 

When I turn, to taste and see then my mouth gives thanks and praise unto the King of Glory! What we believe is what we repeat. There is joy and peace when we believe the truth.

Christ IN us IS already all things we will ever need & everything that pleases the Father perfectly for perfect peace to reign within us. We can resist and refuse to be comforted but His Love is still ruling and reigning. We are ONE and He cannot deny Himself.

Now being Restored-Renewed-Refreshed by the Power and Presence of God IN me I AM healed, delivered and rich. He is my good treasure in this earthen vessel – CHRIST is the Power, Presence, Portion, Purpose & Provision for all I AM today.

Now well able to rest and have my being in Joy and Peace.

Always-N-joy because what He started … He finished!

… and for all of us in this beautiful morning! Joanne

All Things Are Pure!

“To the pure, all things are pure, but to those who are defiled and unbelieving, nothing is pure” (Titus 1:15).

I’ll bet you’ve already categorized “the pure” as referring to somebody other than yourself, haven’t you? I mean, to be considered “pure” seems to be reserved for the few who have achieved a higher standard of purity in their lives than say, you or I … wouldn’t you think?

But then again, by what means of evaluation do we determine such a thing? The High Priest is examining the spotless Lamb when we bring our offering, not the “list” I bring with it.
Hasn’t the good news of Jesus made it abundantly clear that those who have received the grace of God are the clean, the righteous, the justified, the sanctified, the holy, the pure … and the undefiled? So, dump that evaluation system by which you keep judging yourself unworthy.

Though there may be many questions begging to be asked I want to draw your attention to the simplicity of the statement, “To the pure, all things are pure”. What could this possibly mean? How could ALL things be pure in any sense? And if I am correct it says that all things are pure to YOU.

Notice that it does not say all things can be VIEWED as pure, but that all things ARE pure. I point this out because of our tendency to negate this reality as if it was merely theoretical and not factual. It is Truth and when is truth the truth? When I believe it or when God declared it? Have you had your eyes examined lately?

Examine yourselves to be sure you are bringing the “right and perfect” man into focus.  Do you still believe that you are standing perfect in His rest? “Know ye not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye be unfit?” I trust that you know already that you are not unfit nor are you defiled because we are sure and steadfast in our FIT man.  2 Corinthians 5:13, 14 & Leviticus 16:21

“Mark the perfect man and His righteousness, because the END of that man is perfect peace.” Psalms 37:37

“Mine eyes fail for thy salvation, and for the Word of Thy Righteousness. Thy Word is Pure – Christ was and is our FREE Gift of righteousness and His LIFE abundantly supplied.” Psalms 119:123 & 140

We grew up learning to view all things according to our particular society’s standard of measurement. In the Kingdom of Heaven His standard is Righteousness in which we plum-line every scripture to the Rock of Christ our Cornerstone. But are we looking up higher or are we looking after the things of this world? Our history has been written in Christ and we are turning back to take a second look at this wonderful and so great salvation brought about by ONE man – the Man Christ Jesus our Lord.

Always-N-Joy, Joanne