My Cup Runneth Over
Updated: Jan 14, 2022
1 Thessalonians 5:19… My Cup Runneth Over
Let us pray. Abba Father, in the Name of Yeshua HaMaschiach/Jesus Christ of Nazareth and through the power of Ruach HaKodesh/Holy Spirit, I ask YOU to pour out fresh oil on your handmaiden now. I ask for every word I speak with the voice YOU have blessed me with, to shift the frequency of sounds in this atmosphere. I pray every heart and every spirit here to align with YOURS right now. Help represent YOU well, my King and that the people’s hearts will receive what YOU have released for me to pray for Your People and across this earth! I pray heaven may be brought down and established on earth!
1Th 5:16 Rejoice always.
1Th 5:17 Pray without ceasing.
1Th 5:18 In everything give thanks, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus toward you.
1Th 5:19 Don’t quench the Spirit.
My husband and I just celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary several days ago. This was the first Scripture the Lord released unto to me in May 17, 1987. I felt honored the Lord to share these blessings of good health, joy, faithfulness and peace with all of you!
Click the link below and enjoy Ed Ames song and lyrics, we wanted to share with you!
I hadn’t seen some of my cousins in so long! It was such “a delightful surprise to get to see“ my last living Aunt Rosie on my dad’s side! McKayla, the harp player, was absolutely amazing as well as the food tasted so delicious! Seeing all my children, their spouses, grandchildren and a few special friends brought back a lot of wonderful memories!
It was above and beyond what my hubby and I planned to happen. We had typed out questions of what our first apartment cost was, the most traumatic memory as well as fun memory was! God was present in filling up our cups to overflowing with His faithfulness, His Love to all and especially we got to celebrate HIStory was being fulfilled before our very eyes with the ones who blessed us in every season of our 50 year journey! May the LIGHT OF CHRIST spill over in 2022 to you and yours with His everlasting Love overflowing each day!
Shabbat Shalom always, Catherine Schock