Exodus 22-23; Matthew 14; Psalm 110 Everything about the New Testament example we have in Jesus is impossible to emulate in the flesh. God leads us into areas of obedience where we will become immediately acquainted with our own lack. Every part of being discipled by Jesus, in fact, leads us to that very conclusion: […]

January 16, 2024

Embracing Divine Strength in Human Weakness: Lessons from Jesus’ Ministry

Exodus 18-19; Matthew 12; Psalm 108 I’ve been tracking on a dream from a friend for the last week or so, pondering how the Lord may be asking us to respond to Him in this season. In the dream, a man said, “The consecration needed for this time in history will require an ‘OTHER THAN’ […]

January 13, 2024

Choosing ‘Other Than’ Consecration: A Call to Deeper Relationship with God

Exodus 16-17; Matthew 11; Psalm 107 One of the most remarkable concepts in all of the Word, for me, is God’s command to take a Sabbath. He commands Israel to rest. I don’t know if we can imagine the utter shock of that call. Consider the context: The people of Israel have been enslaved for […]

January 12, 2024

Embracing Sabbath Rest: A Journey of Trust and Providence

Day 6 – January 6 Genesis 32-33 / Matthew 6, Psalm 102 Do you struggle with anxiety? Jesus dedicated a significant portion of His most famous message from the mount to address worry, anxiety, and concern. In one of His most crucial public addresses, He delved into the topic of how to deal with anxiety. […]

January 6, 2024

Overcoming Anxiety: Embracing the Truth from the Sermon on Mount

Day 5 – January 5Genesis 30, 31; Matthew 5; Psalm 101 Can we demand justice? Anyone who thinks Jesus is some weak, cardboard-like, soft, pansy of a man has not been properly introduced. Even a brief perusal of the Sermon on the Mount, found in Matthew 5, reveals that our Jesus is a revolutionary. He […]

January 5, 2024

Finding Freedom: Embracing Jesus’ Revolutionary Message in a World of Injustice

We need to come back to the fundamentals—the close-in stuff. We need to look at the way we live and the way we love. I wonder if most of our prophetic mandates and assignments have more to do with pursuing distraction than we want to admit. Our desire to do something important, to be part […]

December 5, 2023

Rediscovering First Love: A Journey Back to Basics in Faith and Service

Hey there, fellow readers and spiritual seekers! I’m thrilled to share some exciting news with you—Leah’s Book Club is coming to life, and I’d love for you to be a part of it! If you’ve been missing those deep, thoughtful conversations about faith and life, you’re in for a treat. Let’s dive into the world […]

October 20, 2023

Join Leah’s Book Club: Where Faith and Literature Unite

My old identity has been co-crucified with Christ and no longer lives.  And now the essence of this new life is no longer mine, for the Anointed One lives his life through me—we live in union as one!  My new life is empowered by the faith of the Son of God who loves me so […]

September 25, 2023

Unveiling the Power of Union: Living in Christ and His Life in You

Jesus with a Crown of Thorns

Eternal life means to know and experience You as the only true God and to know and experience Jesus Christ as the Son whom You have sent. — John 17:3 Prayer isn’t a subgroup or some department of the church. Relating to God is the whole point. Experiencing God is the big picture. Eternal life […]

September 20, 2023

Experiencing God

Leah Ramirez and her faithful companion, Wyatt, finding peace through prayer on the side of a highway.

Exodus 2 16 Now the priest of Midian had seven daughters, and they came and drew water and filled the troughs to water their father’s flock. 17 The shepherds came and drove them away, but Moses stood up and saved them, and watered their flock. 18 When they came home to their father Reuel, he […]

July 26, 2023

From Deliverance to Deliverer: Moses’ Journey in the Wilderness