Our Spiritual GPS



I was excited the first time I used my GPS.  I was excited because it was going to get me where I needed to go.  How does it work?  You put in the destination and it tells you which roads to follow and where to turn.  When you make a wrong turn, or miss your turn, it recalculates and tells you how to get back on the correct road.

We may not always listen to it.  We may not even use it. We may think we know a better way.  Sometimes that works and other times we end up in a traffic jam or lost.  The first system I had surprised me by beeping.  I could not figure out why it beeped at me.  Then, I realized it was a warning because I was going over the speed limit.  That would never happen to you, right?

2 Timothy 3:16 says that the Bible is our spiritual navigation system (SNS.)  What is our destination?  Heaven, of course!  This verse tells us that Scripture is good for teaching us doctrine.  In other words, it tells us which road we are to travel.  Jesus is the only way to get there (John 14:6.)  Scripture also tells us when we are off the correct road.  It tells us the things we should not be doing, because they will take us off God’s path for us.  Then, it tells us how to get back on the correct road.  It tells us all the things we should be doing.  It gives us instruction and training in righteousness.  It tells us how to stay on God’s road.  The key is fixing our eyes on Jesus (Hebrews 12: 1,2.)

Mistakes and choices that we make may detour us.  But, when we veer off God’s road, we have the Holy Spirit who warns us and urges us to return to God’s way.  We may not listen.  We may think we know a better way, but that is when we get into trouble.  Only God’s way is the best way for us to go.  Are you using your spiritual navigation system?  Here is a beautiful hymn that tells us the best way to keep on God’s path, walk close to Jesus:

Just a Closer Walk with Thee

  1. I am weak, but Thou are strong: Jesus, keep me from all wrong;

I’ll be satisfied as long, as I walk, let me walk close to Thee.

  1. Thro’ this world of toils and snares, if I falter, Lord, who cares?

Who with me my burden shares? None but Thee, dear Lord, none but Thee.

  1. When my feeble life is o’er, time for me will be no more;

Guide me gently, safely o’er to Thy kingdom shore, to Thy shore.


Just a closer walk with Thee, Grant it Jesus, is my plea,

Daily walking close to Thee, let it be, dear Lord, let it be.

Text and Music:  Traditional Folk Song


Written by Denise Zambrano: Denise loves to teach the Bible and sing. She teaches a women’s Bible study and a high school Sunday School class.  Along with her daughter, Linda, she is an advocate at A Baby’s Breath (a crisis pregnancy center). She loves being a grandmother to Tim, Becky, Alexander and William (who is with Jesus).  She was a missionary with Radio Station HCJB in Quito, Ecuador for 35 years.



Not-So-Graceful Ice Princess

man helping women to rise up on skating rink

Have you ever tried to take up a new hobby that you were “sure” you could get the hang of, but you soon realized you couldn’t? If so, did you leave that “new hobby” feeling frustrated and defeated? The other day, my friend and I decided to try to go ice skating, and though I’d never even stepped foot in a skating rink before, I was sure I could easily get the hang of this new sport. HA!!!! I probably ate the ice about 20 times, and every time I fell, someone would come to me and ask if I was okay… which was just embarrassing! I was incredibly frustrated, and the entire time I was “skating”, I was holding on to the side of the ice rink.

About halfway through my skating experience, one guy said to me “You’re never going to learn if you keep holding on.” I jokingly told him that I was just trying to leave with all of my bones intact (I was actually partly serious.) He countered with these wise words: “When you hold on, you’re leaning backwards and that’s the reason you can’t stay upright. You’re unbalanced. You need to bend your knees, lean forward, and keep your focus forward. The reason you’re falling is because you’re holding on.”

I have to admit, when he said that I was a little annoyed at first. After all, I had just fallen about 2 dozen times on the ice – once right in front of him! The more I thought about it, though, I realized he was probably right and he was probably (definitely) a lot more knowledgeable than I was in this area. I also knew there was probably a Victory Call in there somewhere…

In your Christian walk, are you holding on to something that is consequently causing you to stumble? Are you trying to hold on to “justified” sin? Control? Bitterness? Anger? “Close” friendships with people who aren’t walking with the Lord? Whatever it may be, may I encourage you to leave it at the feet of Jesus and put your focus forward?

Let your eyes look straight ahead; fix your gaze directly before you. Give careful thought to the paths for your feet and be steadfast in all your ways. Do not turn to the right or the left. Keep your foot from evil. – Proverbs 4:25-27

Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead. I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus. – Philippians 3:13-14

“The reason you’re falling is because you’re holding on. You’re unbalanced. Keep your focus forward.” He didn’t realize that what he was saying to me would have a “spiritual” impact, but it’s not something I’ll forget anytime soon. In your spiritual life, is your focus forward, or are you holding on and leaning back? If it’s the latter, I want to encourage you to “Let Go and Let God.” It may be uncomfortable, it may be scary, and you may stumble a couple of times… but God’s got you. He won’t let you fall, and He will help you back up.

The LORD makes firm the steps of the one who delights in him; though he may stumble, he will not fall, for the LORD upholds him with his hand. – Psalm 37:23-24

Erin Culleny serves as a Marketing Assistant and Staff Writer. She loves encouraging women through her Victory Calls and finds such joy in praying for her sisters in Christ. Her favorite activities include reading her Bible, encouraging others with scripture, buying new makeup, buying dresses, and eating at the Cheesecake Factory… In that order!




Be Still and Just Wait

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Have you ever had a time in your life when you were so hurt and frustrated and angry all at the same time that you just cried hard and wanted to scream? Well, I had a day like that not too long ago.  I didn’t know what to do, so I cried and sobbed and screamed and asked God why? When will it get better? When will He intervene? When will I stop hurting? And after all the crying and yelling stopped, because I was tired, I just sat in silence. God met me right there, He heard me and just listened to all I had to say. And I’m not sure when or how, but the hurt and the pain and the anger went away and there was peace and joy.

I’ve found that when I come to Father with all that I’m feeling and I’m completely honest, He is faithful and heals me and fills me with the gift of forgiveness. I was able to talk calmly and with love to the person who hurt and frustrated me. And God was there, too. Helping us both to talk it through and move on from there.

So when you are at your wit’s end, talk to the One who knows you best – your Father – and give it all to Him. He can take it and He wants to help. There is nothing better than feeling the Father’s love and comfort when you are hurting. I pray this helps you when you feel alone, hurt and frustrated. God bless

Robbin Weinhardt is a Part-Time Dining Room Hostess and a Women of Character graduate. She is married to Ray Weinhardt, who works in our kitchen and is a Colony of Mercy Graduate.



How to Think About Suffering

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Is it possible to think that Jesus suffered easily? By that I mean, because Jesus was fully God and Man, was it somehow easier for Him to suffer? Our eyes are upon Christ, the Cross and His suffering this week. We can forget or quickly gloss over His conflict to submit to the Father’s will. He knew what was waiting for Him. He requested that if there were any other way, could it be so? Yet the Father did not remove the cup of suffering from Jesus. Luke 22:42 tells us that Jesus not only requested another way but submitted to the Father’s will regarding His suffering. “Nevertheless, not my will, but yours, be done.” Turmoil existed but so did submission and obedience.

Christ’s example of suffering leaves us many examples to follow. 1 Peter 4:1-2 says, “Since therefore Christ suffered in the flesh, arm yourselves with the same way of thinking, for whoever has suffered in the flesh has ceased from sin, so as to live for the rest of the time in the flesh no longer for human passions but for the will of God.”  Because Christ suffered, He instructs us to first think of suffering as He did. How we think about suffering is key. Do you feel punished? Do you think it is unfair that you suffer? When we can put aside our feelings and understand that suffering affects everyone in different ways and at different times, we can begin to think of suffering as a tool. We are taught, strengthened, comforted and grounded in our faith in ways that would not have happened if we did not suffer. We learn to submit, obey, and die to ourselves in ways we would never have if not for suffering. We can draw near to the Cross knowing that our Savior has suffered, sympathizes with our own suffering and is working in us His perfect will. As you and I face suffering and trials of many kinds, we can leave behind our answers to the problems we face and seek and trust the perfect will of our heavenly Father.

If we could only see how it all would work out, we would do better in our suffering. What we see will not lead us to greater faith or a deeper understanding of Jesus Christ. It is only in becoming like Christ that you and I will be able to face our suffering with grace and truth.



Kathy Withers is on staff at America’s Keswick and serves as Director of Partner Care. Kathy has been married to her husband Dave for 30 years. They have two adult children. Kathy is active in her local Church and teaches a Bible Study for women. Her passion is to encourage women to deepen their walk with Jesus Christ by finding and living out the truths of God’s Word.






Our Redeemer

Ruth--Naomi Talks with Ruth


This morning I had the blessing of reading and processing the book of Ruth with my husband Glenn.  It is a small book of the Bible that contains a powerful message.  I would encourage you to read the book of Ruth and enjoy the blessings in it.

For today, I want to reflect with you about one part, the Kingsman-Redeemer.  You see Naomi, Ruth’s mother-in-law, was a widow living in Moab.  Her son had married Ruth, a young Moabite.  Naomi’s two sons died and so she invited Ruth along with her other son’s wife to leave her and return to their family.  One leaves, but Ruth refuses saying, “Entreat me not to leave you, Or to turn back from following after you; For wherever you go, I will go; And wherever you lodge, I will lodge; Your people shall be my people, And your God, my God.” (Ruth 1:16 NKJ)

Ruth’s statement was a commitment to leave her nation, her religion and her gods behind and to make Naomi’s nation her nation and Naomi’s God her God.  At that point Ruth’s destiny was marked for blessing, although I do not believe she was fully aware of that.  She loved her mother-in-law and was concerned for her.  She was willing to give up all to care for Naomi and stand with her.  As they return to the Bethlehem, the Jewish Law of Redemption began to go into operation.  Ruth, a widow, would now be introduced to what Jewish law allowed if a widow welcomed it.  The inheritance of her husband could be purchased by her Kingsman-Redeemer.  Boaz knew the law, followed the law and he would marry Ruth who made known that she would welcome him.  Boaz became Ruth’s Kingsman-Redeemer, establishing the inheritance of her dead husband to be passed down to her sons. Ruth marries Boaz and from their line is born David and ultimately Jesus.

Boaz was Ruth’s Kingsman-Redeemer, and this a picture of our Kingsman-Redeemer, Jesus.  You see, Jesus is just waiting for us to invite Him to be our Kingsman-Redeemer.  He paid the price to redeem our destiny, to restore our life, to set us free from death and shift us into life.  If you have not yet done so, today is a good day to choose to lay down all that makes you… you.  Would you shift trying to “fix” your life your way?  Would you allow Jesus to be your Kingsman-Redeemer?  Glenn and I will be forever grateful that we made a choice to lay down our lives and turn everything over to the Lordship of Jesus. Sometimes we try and take control again but quickly are reminded that apart from Him we can do nothing that will last.  I assure you Jesus is an amazing Kingsman-Redeemer.

Let me close with this wonderful truth: “Today I have given you the choice between life and death, between blessings and curses. Now I call on heaven and earth to witness the choice you make. Oh, that you would choose life, so that you and your descendants might live!”  (Deuteronomy 30:19; NLT)


Patricia Wenzel

Patricia Wenzel is the founder and director of a state-wide prayer ministry, PRAY New Jersey Inc., since 2002.  The ministry is committed to praying for and blessing those serving in authority positions in our state, particularly in government.  The ministry is also committed to equipping the saints to pray for those serving in government.  The vision and ministry is guided by the Word of God, in particular, 1 Tim. 2:1-4 and Is. 61:11.  Pat is thankful for the ministry of America’s Keswick.  She graduated from Women of Character in July 2008.

Digging Up a Bad Foundation

Multiethnic diverse group of engineers or business partners at construction site, working together on building's blueprint, architect industry or teamwork concept

We were having a new house built back in 2000.  Every Sunday after church we drove by to check their progress, which seemed painstakingly slow. We were thrilled the week we drove by and saw the foundation had been poured. Yes! Progress!

A week or two later we stopped by only to find a back hoe in our yard digging up the foundation.  I was befuddled and asked my husband, “That’s not normal, is it?”

John approached one of the construction workers to find out what was going on.  As it turned out, the original foundation was dug and poured 6 inches left of where it should have been located.  SIX INCHES!!! You may think (as I did) – what’s the big deal?  But we were on small property lots and there was not much wiggle room for error.  Six inches made a difference.  I took their word for it.

After the foundation was dug up and re-poured and the house structure was built – I remember opening the back door and saw the framing for the back steps was off by 6 inches which looked rather silly; the step frame did not match up with the door! It was 6 inches left of the door.  I’m no construction worker but even I knew that wasn’t right. An error in the foundation effects everything built on that foundation.

What foundation are you building on?

“Everyone then who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise man who built his house on the rock. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house, but it did not fall, because it had been founded on the rock. And everyone who hears these words of mine and does not do them will be like a foolish man who built his house on the sand. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell, and great was the fall of it.” Matthew 7:24-27 (underlining mine)

Jesus’ parable highlights the importance of building our foundation on the very Word of God, the Bible. Are we spending regular significant time in His Word?  Are we spending time gleaning wisdom from the Master Builder?

Don’t be fooled. Nothing compares to the Bible itself.  There are a lot of Bible-related resources available – devotional books, blogs, podcasts, etc. Many of them are excellent, but they are not God’s living, breathing Word. By all means, use them but may I encourage you to not neglect the reading of the Bible itself? Bible-related resources may be good or even better but the Bible is the best.  Don’t settle for good or better – hang in there for the best.

All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work. 2 Timothy 3:16-17

For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart. Hebrews 4:12

If you are not currently reading God’s Word regularly, may I encourage you to start with 10 or 15 minutes a day?  Let your time expand as you fall more in love with Jesus and His Word.



Diane Hunt serves part-time on the staff of America’s Keswick providing ministry support from her home in North Carolina. She is also a biblical counselor and women’s event speaker. For more information about having Diane speak at your next event please contact her at dhunt@americaskeswick.org.

All Aboard!

Replica of the Ark Noah



Noah’s ark contained animals whose only qualification to get aboard was that no pair of species would be of the same kind. The fact that they were different is the only reason they were chosen. It was God’s purpose to multiply their distinct DNA in the new world.

The most righteous man alive was challenged to live with and care for this most diverse group of creatures ever to be assembled in one place, with no way of escape. Obviously, God miraculously calmed the creatures enough to sustain the journey, but how did Noah not punch a hole in the boat, throw some of these animals overboard, or just jump off and leave that Carnivorous Carnival Cruise Ship?!

(And how did Mrs. Noah cope? There were “creeping things” on that boat! I’m sad to admit it, but I would’ve bailed. I just don’t do snakes.)

When the Lord saves us, we too come together in Christ, our Ark of salvation. While it is still in our human DNA to “devour” each other, the Holy Spirit not only keeps us calm, but He puts a love in our hearts for each other and enables us to live together in peace.

And using Noah as an example, our God chooses to stick with us…on the seas, with the smell of sin in the air, nurturing us, caring for us, preparing a future for us, never to leave us or forsake us.

“Only Noah and those who were with him in the ark remained alive.” Genesis 7:23

What a God! What a Savior!


Carol Tirondola: Carol Tirondola is on staff with the Partner Care team at America’s Keswick. She and her best friend, Mario, have been married for 35 years. They have 2 sons and 2 daughters-in-law that they call their “BFFs.” They also have 7 precious gems called grandchildren. Her family has savored many memories of the heart made at Keswick over the last 35+ years and she is thrilled to serve on staff!

Perpetual Present Awareness

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There I was on my knees – praying. I had just read Jeremiah 33:14, “Behold, the days are coming,” declares the Lord, “when I will fulfill the promise I made to the house of Israel and the house of Judah.” As I considered the time span between the promise made and the promise fulfilled, I was reminded of God’s faithfulness and uttered, “Lord, You have a loooong memory.” Instantly, I was reminded, God does not have a loooong memory but rather an infinite, eternal memory.

For the Lord your God is a merciful God. He will not leave you or destroy you or forget the covenant with your fathers that he swore to them. Deuteronomy 4:31

God never forgets – He cannot forget – His very character is to be perpetually knowing.  This truth is beyond our ability to fathom but not beyond our ability to appreciate.    When you and I remember, we call to mind something that was in the recesses of our mind and bring it to active memory, active present thought. What does it mean that God remembers? There is nothing in the recesses of God’s mind, everything is perpetually in active, present awareness.

Definitions of remember[1] include: 1. To bring to mind or think of again (that’s us); or 2. To keep in mind for attention or consideration (that’s God).

God never forgets any of His promises.  Every single promise is continually in His present awareness.

 I will remember my covenant that is between me and you and every living creature of all flesh. Genesis 9:15 (God’s promise to Noah)

Not one word of all the good promises that the Lord had made to the house of Israel had failed; all came to pass. Joshua 21:45

Blessed be the Lord who has given rest to his people Israel, according to all that he promised. Not one word has failed of all his good promise, which he spoke by Moses his servant. 1 Kings 8:56

Since God is continually aware of His promises, why does it seem God is not hearing you? Why does it seem that He is not keeping His word?  Why does it seem we DO NOT see the fulfillment of His promises in our little corner of earth?

God’s timing is not our timing.  What we mistake as delay or unanswered prayer is more God’s patience and sovereign timing which we cannot see or fathom.  God has an eternal perspective, we have a 24-hour perspective.

The Lord is not slow to fulfill his promise as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing that any should perish, but that all should reach repentance. 2 Peter 3:9

There is peace in knowing that God never forgets a single one of His promises even for a microsecond. He never gets distracted, detained or disenchanted.  God doesn’t have a loooong memory, He has an infinite, eternal memory.  HE WILL KEEP HIS PROMISES in His perfect, sovereign timing.

Ponder that.



Diane Hunt serves part-time on the staff of America’s Keswick providing ministry support from her home in North Carolina. She is also a biblical counselor and women’s event speaker. For more information about having Diane speak at your next event please contact her at dhunt@americaskeswick.org.

[1] https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/remember accessed 3.16.18


When I was a little girl I was led to believe that the really “holy” people made a vow of poverty, chastity, and obedience.  I was, for the most part, a compliant type of child who wanted to please my parents and teachers.  I didn’t have a clue what chastity meant but I knew what it meant to be poor and obedient.  I found both challenging.

My parents worked hard.  My mom worked part-time as a telephone operator and my dad worked for various trucking companies as a dispatcher.  They both modeled the importance of loving God, family, and country.  I will forever be thankful to have had loving parents.  They made do in so many ways in order to provide for their three children and to be generous to others as well.  In my young mind I thought they were following this call to be poor.  I concluded that being poor meant taking care of others before yourself.  It was not a bad conclusion or even a bad thing, but it was not correct.

It was a challenging to understand this call to be poor. My definition of poor meant “lacking money or material possessions.”  In time, I began to question why God wanted us to be poor.  I remember liking what Tevye said in “Fiddler on the Roof”. “There is no shame in being poor, on the other hand it’s no great honor either.” There simply had to be more to this poverty thing!!

Little did I know that the root of that teaching was religion.  It was all about good works and earning our way to God.

By the grace of God, at age 33 I was introduced to a ladies Bible Study.  I was not only permitted to read the Word, I was encouraged to read it. I was so excited.  I fell in love with the Word. I was like a sponge.  One of the things I learned was that nowhere in the Bible did God ask me to be poor.  In fact, it said God would be my Jehovah Jireh, my provider.  Here are just a few quotes from the Word on the subject:

Genesis 22:14 (KJV) And Abraham called the name of that place Jehovah Jireh (my provider): as it is said to this day, In the mount of the Lord it shall be seen.

It seems that God wants to provide for us so we will not become poor.  He also wants us to work, be diligent, and even earn a profit. WOW!! I was amazed.

Genesis 45:11a (NKJV) There I will provide for you, lest you and your household, and all that you have, come to poverty…”’

Proverbs 14:23 (NKJV) In all labor there is profit, But idle chatter leads only to poverty.

Proverbs 21:5  (TPT) Brilliant ideas pay off and bring you prosperity, but making hasty, impatient decisions will only lead to financial loss.

I don’t know if you have struggled with understanding “poverty” or had the misconception that God wanted you to be poor.  If you did, today is the day to be set free from that lie.  In life we come across well meaning people who teach us things that just are not TRUTH.  If I have learned anything, I have learned to first seek the TRUTH from the TRUTH. I would encourage you to implement His plan and He will set you free from poverty and religion.

Luke 11:9-13 (TPT) So it is with your prayers. Ask and you’ll receive. Seek and you’ll discover. Knock on heaven’s door, and it will one day open for you. Every persistent person will get what he asks for. Every persistent seeker will discover what he needs. And everyone who knocks persistently will one day find an open door.  “Let me ask you this: Do you know of any father who would give his son a snake on a plate when he asked for a serving of fish? Of course not! Do you know of any father who would give his daughter a spider when she had asked for an egg? Of course not! If imperfect parents know how to lovingly take care of their children and give them what they need, how much more will the perfect heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit’s fullness when his children ask him.”

Matthew 6:33 (TPT) “So above all, constantly chase after the realm of God’s kingdom and the righteousness that proceeds from him. Then all these less important things will be given to you abundantly.

Deuteronomy 30:19 (NLT)  Today I have given you the choice between life and death, between blessings and curses. Now I call on heaven and earth to witness the choice you make. Oh, that you would choose life, so that you and your descendants might live!”


Patricia Wenzel

Patricia Wenzel Old empty wallet in the hands .Vintage empty purse in hands of women . Poverty concept, Retirement. Special toningis the founder and director of a state-wide prayer ministry, PRAY New Jersey Inc., since 2002.  The ministry is committed to praying for and blessing those serving in authority positions in our state, particularly in government.  The ministry is also committed to equipping the saints to pray for those serving in government.  The vision and ministry is guided by the Word of God, in particular, 1 Tim. 2:1-4 and Is. 61:11.  Pat is thankful for the ministry of America’s Keswick.  She graduated from Women of Character in July 2008.


What Are You Afraid Of? Part 2

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Yesterday I shared a portion of a message shard by Dr. Michael Kruger from RTS in Charlotte, NC.  Today I share the concluding portion of his outline.[1]  We are considering a very common issue in today’s world – in and out of the Church.  Fear.  What are you afraid of?


Is there residing somewhere deep in your heart a fear that you will still be punished for your sin?  Does condemnation still lurk? Do you bear a sense of guilt that you can’t be free from?

Who shall bring any charge against God’s elect? It is God who justifies. Who is to condemn? Christ Jesus is the one who died—more than that, who was raised—who is at the right hand of God, who indeed is interceding for us. vs.33-34


We know and believe that God is Just – it is that very fact that brings comfort in knowing that God would not, could not punish us for sins that have already been paid for.  God will not commit double jeopardy – punishing Jesus for our sins and then punishing us for our sins.  As a redeemed child of God – our accounts have been PAID IN FULL – we are fully forgiven, there is no debt left to be paid.

We can rest in God’s Justice.

Maybe neither #1, 2 or 3 fit you. Maybe you can’t really put your finger on WHAT you are afraid of.

FEAR #4: Are you AFRAID OF EVERYTHING? [This is a common issue.]

Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or danger, or sword? As it is written,

“For your sake we are being killed all the day long;
    we are regarded as sheep to be slaughtered.”

No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers,  nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Are you afraid of death? … neither death nor life …Covered.

Are you afraid of demonic/spiritual powers? … nor angels nor rulersnor powers… Covered.

Are you afraid of the future?  … things present nor things to come … …Covered.

Are you afraid of “anything else in all creation”? Covered.


God’s love surpasses everything.  There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not been perfected in love. 1 John 4:18

Fearful? Paul doesn’t leave anything out. In Christ, every form of fearfulness is covered.

Want to conquer your fears?

  • Know the Divine Disposition
  • Understand Divine Logic
  • Rest in Divine Justice
  • Hope in Divine Love



Diane Hunt serves part-time on the staff of America’s Keswick providing ministry support from her home in North Carolina. She is also a biblical counselor and women’s event speaker. For more information about having Diane speak at your next event please contact her at dhunt@americaskeswick.org.

[1] http://rts.edu/Site/RTSNearYou/Charlotte/rbs2.aspx

[1] Any misrepresentation of Dr. Kruger’s outline, teaching or intention is solely my error.

[1] Comments with in [ ] are my editorial