image of woman hoding her head in her hands, grinning with the words 'she grinned & walked off leaving me and her wheelchair behind' Beth Kennedy Verve Ministries www.GodisGodStories.com

Crossing my chicken line – the lame DID walk (a God is Good praise report Part 1)

My last post mentioned how wheelchairs of all shapes and sizes are my ‘chicken line.’ One Easter Saturday, I found myself in a shopping centre about half an hour away from home, collecting a new pair of shoes for my 8-year-old daughter… Walking into the centre, I had the uncanny sense that there would be…

child sitting on suitcase in clouds flying pointing forwards with words It's time to hope again, Beth Kennedy, verve Ministries, godisgoodstroies.com

Time to hope again – prophetic encouragement

It is time to hope again. There is an urgency to hope again. I hear the Father say, ‘There is no more grace to remain focused on disappointment. It is time to hope again.’Our destinies, our destinations, depend on hope revived, for if we continue to focus on what has not been, we will create…

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healing on holiday – asthma healed praise report

While on holiday, I wanted to say ‘hello’ to a woman I had met the year before. She helped my eight-year-old daughter choose a trinket, and she spent many long moments helping her ponder the purchase. She was gracious, and so patient you could have thought she was assisting with a purchase of great value.…

picture of woman wearing glasses with 2022 on the glasses frame, set backwards, and the words in pink Happy New Year copyright Marie Bell Music

She’s a Swan!

See the picture?   Wearing 2022 glasses backwards, beaming with childlike delight. The numbers sitting backwards on her face; she sees the new year with joy.   If you look the 2s looked like swans.   Noticing this, I heard a favourite children's song 'Ugly Duckling' and I heard the Lord whisper… ‘She’s a swan…’…