Moments are like the air that fills the room
I'm so glad you are here.
Today we are reminded to stop and smell the roses, to soak up the present moment like a sponge. As we go about our busy lives and endless to-do lists, it's easy to miss out on the good stuff life has to offer. However, by unlocking secret keys to living in the moment, we can make every second count. As Ruth Schabacker said, "Each day comes bearing its gifts. Untie the ribbon and tie the ribbon open." Living in the moment also means connecting with God and experiencing those sweet divine encounters that transform our day.
As Habakkuk 2:3 says, "For still the vision awaits its appointed time; it hastens to the end—it will not lie. If it seems slow, wait for it; it will surely come; it will not delay."
We are invited to lay our requests before the Lord and let them marinate in His love and frequency.
Each day comes bearing its gifts. Untie the ribbon.” —Ann Ruth Schabacker
Living in the moment can be a challenge, but it is the key to experiencing life fully. As Emily Dixon once said, "Forever is composed of nows." We are focusing on seven keys to living in the moment, both seen and unseen. The first key is to govern your own race. This means being responsible for your own life choices in relationship with Jesus and embracing the present moment. To live in the present, you must let go of the past and not worry about the future. Cherish the current moment and make the most of today. Each day comes with its own gifts, so untie the ribbon and open them up.
The second secret tied in time is to living in the moment with an understanding of time. Time can be thought of as a being, and it is marked by completion. We touch on: Erase negative timestamps in your life and let the prayers of the saints wash over you.
Revelations 5:8-9 speaks of marking completion time in our understanding. The moment when Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, was presented before the 24 Elders and each one had a stringed instrument and a typical temple vessel. The residue of sin itself consumed. His sacrifice the Lamb of God marked in time has just been presented in the outer court and then offered on the golden altar before the veil. We've gathered at the hour of incense at the hour of our eternal selves at the hour of gratitude and praise.
We highlight to live in the moment is to choose your words and who you listen to. Choose the moments that take your breath away and cover your day. Remember that His answer for you is tangible and that even tho the vision awaits its appointed time. It hastens to the end and it will not lie. Wait for it, it will surely come and it will not delay. Your life is a sweet smelling offering to God, and it is beautiful to Him. By embracing the present moment, you allow His sacrifice to consume hard places and wash and cleanse your mind, thoughts, and words. Your life is a worship, and it is a proclamation of His excellent worth.
Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Clarity Now Versus Tomorrow: Finding Joy in the Present Moment
Have you ever felt like everything in your life was just a puzzle, with missing pieces that you couldn't quite make out? It can be frustrating to feel like you're missing something important, like you're not quite sure what you're meant to be doing or where you're meant to be going.
But there's good news: according to First Corinthians 13:12, there will come a time when everything will become clear. Right now, we see things imperfectly, like puzzling reflections in a mirror, but one day, every day we experience Him we have growing clarity to see ourselves in Him.
This concept of perfect clarity is all about gazing face to face with Christ, so that we might know ourselves even as we have always been known. It's about finding joy in the present moment, even as we look forward to the future with hope and expectation.
When we walk through Christ's sacrifice, we walk through his reflection, through his face. And this brings us happiness, not in some far-off future or in some other place, but right here, right now.
It's not always easy to live in the present moment, especially when there are so many distractions and worries vying for our attention. But when we fix our eyes upon Jesus, He becomes the source of our sustenance and the conclusion of our faith.
He endured the cross and despised the shame of it, all because He chose to see the joy of mankind's salvation. And that same joy can be ours, too, if we're willing to let go of our fears and doubts and trust in His love for us.
So let's embrace the present moment, even as we look forward to the future with hope and expectation. Let's find joy in the now, and let that joy light a flame that burns brightly into tomorrow.
Shifting Focus to the Future with a Powerful Metaphor and Biblical Reference
We highlight the importance of leaving the past behind and looking to the future. Using a metaphor of driving and looking in the side mirror, the focus is the significance of moving forward. Living in the present moment means acknowledging the value of each breath. I Love drawing on the biblical story of the bronze basin from Exodus, how this act of cleansing symbolizes the washing away of sins, a sacrifice that Jesus has accomplished for us. Encountering Him shifts the focus to know Him as our High Priest who has washed us clean, emphasizing that we are complete in Christ and reflect him like mirrors. Take a moment to visualize your self as the mirror!
He now occupies the highest seat of authority as the executive of our redemption in the throne room of God.
What will it take to distance us from the love of Christ? You name any potential calamity: intense pressure of the worst possible kind, claustrophobia, persecution, destitution, loneliness, extreme exposure, exposure, life-threatening danger, or war?
Let me quote Scripture to remind you, “Because of our association with you, we were reckoned as sheep to be slaughtered; we have been jointly slain on that day. ”
On the contrary, in the thick of these things our triumph remains beyond dispute. His love has placed us above the reach of any onslaught. This is my conviction; no threat whether it be in death or life; be it celestial messengers, demon powers or political principalities, nothing known to us at this time, or even in the unknown future; no dimension of any calculation in time or space, nor any device yet to be invented, has what it takes to separate us from the love of God unveiled in our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Romans 8:31-39 du Toit, Francois. Mirror Study Bible
I will give him the 🗝key to the house of David—the highest position in the royal court. When he opens doors, no one will be able to close them; when he closes doors, no one will be able to open them. Isaiah 22:22 NLT
Inner Healing 1 Session
1.5 hours of private inner healing
Does life feel distant?
"I can't hear God's voice."
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Does life feel distant?
"I can't hear God's voice."
"I struggle with everyday responsibilities."
Are you trapped in cycles of anxiety, depression, and shame?
"I'm stuck and don't know how to move forward."
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Goal: Uncover and address root issues that hinder your personal growth and relationship with God & others.
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What do you receive:
1.5 hours of private inner healing,
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Your session may be recorded and shared with you, with your permission
Kristen will take (positive notes, on what God showed you) during the session and a copy is available for you.
Your session is led by Holy Spirit and you,
Kristen is just a facilitator. You will hear from God.
Kristen Wambach is not a professional counselor or licensed medical personnel. She is a trained Coach, Ordained Pastor and holds many credentials in the area of personal growth and transformation. She has her personal testimony and the testimonies of her clients to the benefits and freedom gained from Inner Healing sessions, Clarity Sessions, and the tremendous value coaching has for the client's forward movement to dreams realized.
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Disclosure: Testimonials contained here do not represent all client’s typical experiences. Results are dependent upon effort & application, sometimes beyond our control. Results may vary.
The UnFinished Book Paperback
The UnFinished Books is Kristen's search for answers found in mysteries beyond the veil. From pew, row seven, left-hand side, fifty years later Jesus reveals what happened the day she met Him. Read, share, encounter her passionate journey for spiritual truth. Experience living testimonies of how to develop your spiritual senses through an intimate relationship with the Godhead. The author shares personal truths, with hands-on activations. You will learn to step into Heaven, hear the voice of God, unmask the enemy, breakthrough to freedom from repetitive issues, legislate in the Courts of Heaven and discover your destiny. The UnFinished Book will open your eyes to the glories of eternity and your place in it. Heaven is a mystery God intended for us to find, it is our rightful inheritance.
The UnFinished book is a valuable resource, filled with "alive" encounters to assist and enable you to actively participate with Father God and to know Him. Partnering along with The UnFinished Book is an "acces-friendly" website filled with journal notes, photos and drawings to assist the reader to understand and illuminate revelation. Testimonies of change, struggle and engaging faith to step into heaven will equip believers with the reality of "being in the spirit." It is a journey fill with hope, mystery, and overcoming.
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The unFinished Book intrigues us by saying that some of the greater things in life are unseen and finishes with unveiling our sight.
Peter’s Revelation of Christ
When Jesus came to Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples this question: “What are the people saying about me, the Son of Man? Who do they believe I am?”
They answered, “Some are convinced you are John the Baptizer, others say you are Elijah reincarnated, or Jeremiah, or one of the prophets.”
“But you—who do you say that I am?” Jesus asked.
Simon Peter spoke up and said, “You are the Anointed One, (the Christ) the Son of the living God!”
Jesus replied, “You are favored and privileged Simeon, son of Jonah! (Peter Heard the Father whisper within) For you didn’t discover this on your own, but my Father in heaven has supernaturally revealed it to you. I give you the name Peter, a stone. And this rock will be the bedrock foundation on which I will build my church--my legislative assembly, and (the gates of hell) the power of death will not be able to overpower it!
(There is an obvious pun only found in
the Hebrew Matthew. The Hebrew word for "stone" is eben, and
the Hebrew word for "build" is ebeneh. The Greek text does
state that Peter is the "rock" on which the church is built.
However, the implication is that it is Peter's revelation from the
Father and his confession of Jesus as the Son of God that
becomes the "bedrock foundation" for the church. The earliest
writings of the church fathers all acknowledge that the Rock is
Jesus Christ, not Peter. See Deut. 32:18, 30-31; Ps. 18:46; Isa.
8:14; 17:10; 51:1-8.)
I will give you the 🗝🗝🗝 keys of heaven’s kingdom realm to forbid on earth that which is forbidden in heaven, and to release on earth that which is released in heaven.”
He then gave his disciples strict orders not to tell anyone that he was the Messiah. Matthew 16 TPT
I'm Kristen Wambach
I'm all grown up (I think?) Along my journey of searching for answers, I found them. I went from spiritual blindness to OMG! With a driving niche as an entrepreneur. I love hanging out with our four sons, riding with my husband on his Harley, and creating all things hospitality. My mission? To help others see "beyond" and own their awesomeness within!
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