God Speaks

There is a good amount of questioning about who can hear from God and how often. And I don’t have an answer for every question that flows from that topic, but what I do know is that when God speaks I am attentive to the still small voice in my spirit man that sounds very different than my own voice. He’s gentle but straightforward. Moreover, as my relationship deepens with the Lord, I hear Him more often with answers. Now it comes to mind as I write that in my own personal circumstances I don’t hear Him in my spirit as much as the Word of God seems to be readily available as if it’s waiting in queue for pickup. It’s in an instant and without prompting. However, in this season with a division in the Church over Bible Truth, brother against brother over differences of opinions, and our culture changing rapidly with a voice that’s neither unified or respectful I am asking God the hard questions and He’s answering swiftly.

I wrote God Remains Faithful in November after the general election voting Donald J. Trump and how I held back, but never shared the context of what God had spoken on July 29, 2016. It’s time.

As sure as the sun rises to its going down Trump will be president. It is my will not the people’s. There is fear in the land but he will bring people together. He is not for one group or another but unity. 

I am in awe how when watching the inauguration of Donald John Trump our 45th president to find a man who is settled in his heart that this great nation is under God and that his humility lies in the office in which he walks in—the presidency of the United States. The prayers of the women and men of Faith who shared the Word of God and proclaimed Jesus Christ were especially moving as well as the oaths taken by both the President and Vice President. But in all, the protocol of the event, the prayers, introductions, and oaths, it was the scripture President Trump referred to that reverberated in my spirit that confirmed what I heard from God's throne room back in July 2016.

The Bible tells us how good and pleasant it is when God's people live together in unity. We must speak our minds openly, debate our disagreements honestly, but always pursue solidarity. When America is united, America is totally unstoppable. There should be no fear. We are protected and we will always be protected. We will be protected by the great men and women of our military and law enforcement. And most importantly, we will be protected by God. 

When God speaks we should listen. Read your Holy Bible, which is God-breathed, and be in close relationship with Him. Though the nation may prosper we know not the hour when the thief comes to rob, kill or destroy, so you must be prepared. It will be the difference between life or death, perhaps not only in the body but in your spirit as well. I urge every reader to rededicate their lives to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, to walk uprightly and with confidence in His truth.

God bless our great nation under GOD!

America America
God shed His grace on thee
And crown thy good with brotherhood
From sea to shining sea 

Psalm 133 
Blessed Unity of the People of God
A Song of Ascents. Of David. 

Behold, how good and how pleasant it is 
For brethren to dwell together in unity! 

It is like the precious oil upon the head, 
Running down on the beard, 
The beard of Aaron, 
Running down on the edge of his garments.
It is like the dew of Hermon, 
Descending upon the mountains of Zion;
For there the Lord commanded the blessing— 
Life forevermore.


Get Up Again

For the Saints of God who are the Soldiers of Christ. A timeless Word regardless of the calendar year.

Most of us have fallen at least once or more. I'm not sure how it looked at the end of 2016 for you, but even so, I have good news. For we have comfort in the Word of God -- the Holy Scriptures -- and by the Spirit of a Holy God through the prophetic gifts.

For a righteous man may fall seven times And rise again.
Proverbs 24:16a

Be encouraged my brother and sister, "Get up, again."

May this Word not only bless every hearer but bring to pass that which God has spoken over each of them.

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Pray for Salvation

Let the priests, who minister to the Lord, Weep between the porch and the altar; Let them say, “Spare Your people, O Lord, And do not give Your heritage to reproach, That the nations should rule over them. Why should they say among the peoples, ‘Where is their God?’” Joel 2:17 

I was sending a reply text with an intercessory prayer early this morning, and when I was through immediately I fell to my knees, weeping for the individual and their household for salvation. It was on my lips and burning in my heart. Throughout the day I entered in and out of the spirit, and by the end, God had wrecked me. Literally. I was undone.

Recently, I asked God to increase the ministry and gifts in me, and well, He's delivering with each experience. Truthfully, I'm overwhelmed and not in a shout for joy kind of way. It's deep and weighty, but I know His grace is sufficient to carry out whatever the task, prayer or message.


Why are some delivered while others suffer?

Like in the Church of Corinth Paul answers church questions in the book of 1 Corinthians 7-16, I myself am asking God hard questions and He’s answering. A key component in this divine transaction is that I don’t keep the answers to myself. In the quiet of my heart, I heard the Spirit of the Lord.

If I answer, you must share it. It’s your responsibility. And if you don’t, I’ll get someone else to do it.

God will use us when we’re available and willing, but if we hold back He will certainly move on and give the assignment to another to carry out His message to the Church and the world at large.

What you find here on this blog in written form or in audio is the character of God. It may not be what you've heard before, and because of this, you may question is it really the Lord speaking through a true prophetess. I am told that this gift is not merely a gift, but the Office of a Prophet, and with that comes great responsibility to pray, stand in the gap, to war against darkness, and speak as I am spoken to regardless of the topic or answer. I don’t get to edit, tweak or water down the words. I am a servant -- a messenger. That is all. And I will walk confidently in the truth—His truth.


Birthday Celebration {6 Years}

I am thankful to God for giving my "Yes, Lord," armslegs, and a voice. On 1.11.2011 I began a journey here that was focused predominantly on sharing my faith and God took what was in my heart and increased it. My journey though only a short while, the desire and promise to feed His sheep remains. Yesterday, after praying and blessing a Woman of God with a kiss from Heaven that left us both full and loved, I pressed in the more on my drive home. 
Debra Lee Murrow @colormedebralee #artist #colorme
Lord, fill my hands with loaves and fishes that I may feed the multitude by the power of the Holy Spirit. 
This is exactly the heart of God for His children -- to feed the hungry filling them with a hope that does not disappoint and promises that are assured in the work of the Cross.

Let's get our head straight and hearts fixed on Kingdom work—time is short and the laborers few.

Father God, I thank you for every reader, that they may feed the spiritually hungry. Give them FAITH to believe in miracles, HOPE that does not disappoint, and COURAGE to fear not in dark places. Let your Kingdom come Lord Jesus! Amen!

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