Truly, It Is Finished

There is a time and place,

Where two worlds collide;

As calloused hearts melt like ice

Before the foot of the Cross.

His forgiveness is best known,

When He spoke these words:


“How can that be? We proclaim.

“We remember what we’ve done.”

Again, the Lord speaks to us.


My body has been broken and My blood has been poured out for you all.

Completely covers you.

So, why do you condemn yourselves and others,

When I have already forgiven you all.

Listen to Me dearly beloved children,

Let it go and bring it up no more.


The battle has been won!


The Lord Speaks: He alone is Judge

The Lord says, “Do My people listen and take to heart what all I’ve said and continue to say to them?”

“Let Me assure you all then when I speak directions to you and you do not heed my instructions to you; you will reap the consequences of your disobedience to ME. Just as I am merciful; I am just also. As I spoke to the crowd that wanted to stone the woman caught in adultery, so I say to you all, let he who is without sin cast the first stone. And with that the crowd disbursed. There were none left except for ME, who is the only one who never sinned, I did not condemn her but forgave her instructing to sin no more. I AM the LORD and there is NO OTHER, likewise there is only one judge and I AM HE and there is NO OTHER JUDGE.

Listen to ME as to when I give you authority to judge one another and NOT point the finger when are also guilty. Seek ME. Pursue ME. Petition Me on behalf of not only your loved ones and nation but indeed the whole earth.

For those already doing this, continue so that I will hear and heal the earth and all that is in it.

Remember I see, hear, and know the hearts of all and yes there are those who are devoted to ,I the LORD, for destruction and those devoted to live with ME in Paradise. I AM THE ONE WHO MAKES THAT DECISION AND NOT YOU. “

Says the LORD

Philippians, I Can Do All Things

Read Philippians 4:10-23 [ I am using the ESV ]

Why does Paul greatly rejoice in the Lord in this passage?

How often are you concerned about our censored and persecuted family in Christ Jesus?

Define the following from an English Dictionary and then if you are curious look it up also in a Hebrew/Greek Lexicon such as Strong’s or there many software apps that you could download and use on your smart phone. If you have a dictionary book at home that is older use it than searching for definitions on internet and then write the definition in your own words.

  1. to be content:

Define now in your own words and how it relates to this passage of scripture.

In Philippians 4:11, Paul says, “I learned in whatever the situation to be content.” Do you think that this was an easy or a hard process to go through? Why? Back up your answer with scripture.

What are the areas in which Paul learned to be content according to this passage of scripture?

What was the secret that Paul learned and how can you apply it to your own life?

Now, I will give you what it means to be content from my Hebrew/Greek lexicon and the Strong’s number for it also.

Strong’s g842 Self-sufficient , satisfied, independent, contented

The Origin: From autos and arkeo

Broken down it means Self – complacent

Does the Lord want us to be content through HIM or apart from HIM in light of Philippians 4:13? Why? What are other passages of scriptures that are vital to the understanding of the secret of being content?

How has God supplied your every need this week according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus? List them!

Dear Readers,

Thank you for taking another journey with me through the Bible! I pray that it has blessed you in some way and that God has brought you into a new season of growth in HIM!

Until the next Bible encounter with me, be blessed in knowing that GOD is faithful to His word.

Sincerely your Sister in Christ,

Helen Marie Quick

Salvation's King

The mountains quake,

The oceans roar,

The trees clap their hands,

In celebration of the newborn King.

The wondrous mystery.

Oh, to glimpse on the eyes of salvation;

His love for humanity.

To dance before the humbled King,

In the vast expanse of eternity.

What joy and hope!

We have in the redemption.

As we press our gaze

Ever more on the return of the King,

When He comes as the Commander of Heaven’s armies

To bring justice to this world.

So, rejoice, all who are weary!

Rejoice and cry out praises to the King,

for He never changes.

His words are faithful and true!

Rejoice, He has overcome the world!

Philippians, Joyful Unity & Prayer

Read Philippians 4:1-4 in NKJV

How does Paul describe his fellow believers in this passage?

What does it mean to stand fast in the Lord and how do you personally stand fast in the Lord?

What is the command given in Philippians 4:2-3?

Where else in scriptures does the Lord instruct us on unity? List the references.

Fill in the blanks for Philippians 4:4-5 in the Amplified Version

Rejoice in ________________ always [delight, take pleasure in Him]; again I will say, rejoice! Let your gentle spirit [ your graciousness, unselfishness, mercy, patience] be known to all people. ______________ is near.

How many times is the word, rejoice, mentioned in all of Philippians 4 ______ and what emphasis is on rejoice.

How does one acquire a gentle spirit? List biblical references to back up your answer.

Read Philippians 4:6-7 in your most often read Bible? Write it out below:


Define Anxious and/or worry from an English Dictionary.

After writing out the definition, list the things that are currently causing you to be worried or anxious whether it is a situation or a person here below.

Now, go back and read Philippians 4:6-7 and list the commands given in these two verse.

If one obeys the above commands then what will the result be in one’s life?

How many scripture references can you find to describe the peace of God and list them below?

What are we commanded to dwell on in Philippians 4:8-9?

How does one accomplish the commands in Philippians 4:8-9?

How is this helpful in taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ? List other scriptures references in regards to this.

Think! Reflect! Seek!

Philippians, Pressing into Christ

Read Philippians 3:12-21 ESV I am using the ESV today but feel free to use your most often read version of the Bible too!

When you think of the phrase pressing into Christ or straining toward the prize what is the first things come to mind?

Has anyone in this life obtained perfection, why? List Biblical evidence to back up your answer?

What are the commands in this passage? List them.Look up the following words in an English dictionary. Write out the definitions for the following words in accordance with the context of the passage.





In what areas in your own life are you pressing into Christ?

How are you imitating Christ both in your actions and in your thoughts?

What other scriptures in the Bible use the phrase ” forget what lies behind” and what context is the phrase used in?

How can you personally forget what lies behind and press into Christ?

Where is your citizenship in regards to Christ?

Recount how Paul became a citizen of Heaven?

How about your own citizenship story?

Think! Reflect! Seek!

Philippians, Righteous in Christ

Read Philippians 3:1-11 in the English Standard Version and your favorite Study Bible

What are the commands that are listed in this passage of scripture?

What are we as believers today to look out for in regards verse 2?

How well do you know the word of God, that is the true and life giving word?

How are we, as believers in Christ, where are we suppose to put our confidence in?

Where was Paul’s confidence in prior to Christ?

Fill in the blank from Philippians 3:8-11 ESV.

Indeed, I count everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing______________________. For his sake I have suffered the loss of all things and count them as __________, in order that I may gain Christ and be found in him, not having righteousness of my own that comes from the _____, but that which comes through faith in ________, the righteousness from God depends on faith– that I may know him and the power of his resurrection, and may share his sufferings, becoming like him in his death, that by any means possible I may attain the resurrection from the dead.

How many references to Christ do we find Philippians 3:8-11?

How is our righteousness dependent upon God? List biblical evidence to support your answer.

How do you live in the power of the resurrection of Christ?

How are you sharing in the sufferings of Christ?

How are you becoming like him in his death?

What have you considered as a loss compared to that of knowing Christ as Lord?

Think! Reflect! Seek!