When Carolyn and I started out our life and ministry together almost 50 years ago, we lived in a tiny mobile home that God gave us. We were so thrilled to have it. But the ceilings were six feet high, and I’m 6 feet, 6 inches tall.  I called that trailer the world headquarters for our ministry to Israel.  One pastor laughed at me and called me delusional, but I believed God was going to do something amazing.

After we had lived in that trailer for several years, I felt the Lord say, “Believe Me for a house.”  We started looking and found a little house for sale on Dream Lane. The asking price was $10,300.  We met with the owner, and he agreed to finance $7,000 if we would put down $3,300.  This was on a Friday.  He said, “Do you have the money?”  I said, “Yes. We’ll give it to you on Monday.”

When we walked away, Carolyn looked at me.  She knew as well as I did that we only had $100 in the bank.  I told her, “I am pregnant in faith with the money.  It’s in my spirit, it just has not come forth yet.”  There was a tidal wave of faith rising up in my heart.  I was completely convinced that God had picked out that house for us, and so I was completely convinced that we would have the money.  I didn’t lose a moment of sleep to worry that weekend.  We didn’t have the funds, but I believed that the answer was already on its way.

On Monday I went to the mailbox, and there was one envelope inside.  It didn’t have a note or a letter or any explanation.  The only thing in that envelope was a check.  I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you that it was for exactly $3,200!  I went to the owner rejoicing and paid the down payment on that beautiful little house. God provided.  The man’s name was Charles Capps, a cotton farmer in England, Arkansas.

I hadn’t told him what we needed.  In fact, I didn’t tell anyone about our need except God. I didn’t have any resources or expectation apart from Him.  But He is always more than enough for every need, and those who trust Him find Him faithful.

I thought about that story when I looked at the calendar and realized that Easter is not far away.  My beloved friend and partner, we serve a living, powerful, victorious, and overcoming King!  All of the power of death, the grave, Satan, and hell could not hold Him.  He was dead, but He is alive forevermore.

            Up from the grave He arose

            With a mighty triumph o’er His foes,

            He arose the victor from the dark domain,

            And He lives forever with His saints to reign;

            He arose, He arose, Hallelujah Christ arose!

There is no challenge that you face today that exceeds God’s ability to meet it.  You have all the resources of heaven at your disposal when you act in faith, and today I’m inviting you to join us on an incredible faith journey.

As I am writing this, I am hearing the Spirit of the Lord say to you, “Forget the former things, do not dwell on the past.  See, I am doing a new thing!  Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?  I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland” (Isaiah 43:18-19).  When God’s resurrection power begins to work in your life, nothing will ever be the same again.

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