The Musings of Bek Curtis

Posts made in August, 2013

Mercy Cracks

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 in Prophecy | 1 comment

Mercy Cracks

God gave me a word to deliver at church this evening.
Afterwards, I was approached by a friend and told: “You need to put that on your Facebook page, people really really need to hear that”.
So here it is, I hope you are blessed by it also….

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I Do FLUFFY!

Posted by on Aug 23, 2013 in Prophecy | 0 comments

I Do FLUFFY!

This is a word I have sat on for almost a week. I have tried explaining to God that “I don’t give these types of words. I give nice fluffy words that don’t make me look like a super-spiro, out there type!”.
But apparently I do give these words.
So with reluctant obedience I post….

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One Mans Trash…

Posted by on Aug 20, 2013 in Musings | 2 comments

One Mans Trash…

I have a thing for other people’s trash.
Council clean-ups, curb burglar-ing, a killer eBay bargain, they’re all up my alley.

You know the old adage, ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’?
I live this!

It is a regular occurrence for my husband to be calmly driving along, only to be scared out of his wits as I frantically scream at him from the passenger seat, to: “STOP THE CAR!!!”.

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How do I know God heals?

Posted by on Aug 15, 2013 in Musings | 0 comments

How do I know God heals?

Before I wash up, I always make sure my dish drainer is completely empty and therefore ready for me to start stacking it with clean dishes. Don’t worry, this isn’t a post about housework, yawn!
The other day I was exhausted. I started washing up but hadn’t yet emptied the cutlery strainer.
This didn’t bother me because I knew my husband was coming back into the kitchen any second and he would empty it for me.

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WAKE UP!

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in Musings | 0 comments

WAKE UP!

This is now the second time that this has happened, so I share it as a personal testimony in the hope that it will encourage you.

About 4 years ago, my kids had started at a new school. It wasn’t local and there was a circumstance in our family, where one of our relatives was very unwell mentally and was wanting access to our children.

I was understandably apprehensive about leaving them in the care of┬átheir teachers, although entirely capable, the teachers weren’t their parents and they had 25- 30 kids each to be watching.

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