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Thu 14 Apr 2011


They over came the dragon, by the Blood of the Lamb and by the Word of their Testimony....

3/6/11 New prayer request...... Sorry, my niece Elizabeth Guardado was in a motorcycle accident on Thursday and she's in Coma, hasn't woken up since.  She is also 3 months pregnant.  Please lift her up in prayer.  God Bless,

Maria Lobato
3/10/11 Blessings to you all.  I pray that you are all rejoicing in the Lord for he is GOOD! 
Thank you for your prayers for my niece Elizabeth who was in a motorcycle accident last Thursday.  The family has reported that she will be released in the next day or so to  a rehabilitation center, don't know for how long, but the arrangements are also being made that the rehabilitation will continue at home.  The doctors are saying that it will take several years for her to recover.  But we know that we have a God that is BIGGER than my nieces problem.  Praise God the baby is doing fine in her womb.  She's 19 years old and I apologize for forgetting to mention her name when I initially requested prayers for her and the family.  I am believing that  this incident has brought my  sister to her knees crying  out to God for her family and for herself and that it's the beginning of a sincere search for God in her life.  My sisters name is Silvia and Elizabeth's moms name is Veronica.  Please continue lifting them up unto the Lord for I know that I will continue sharing the wonderful things God will do with the family from this situation.  Again, thank you and may the Lord continue keeping us in perfect peace and that that  little lite of ours continue lit to the point that it's not a little lite anymore, but a blazing fire for everyone to see and want it as well.
  Maria Lobato


Blessings to all of you:
I am so thankful to my God and to you for your perseverance in your prayers for my   niece  Elizabeth.  She is home now!  She is now close to 5 months pregnant and it's a  baby girl. Elizabeth is waiting to be accepted for a grant that will give her the opportunity to go to therapy 5 days a week.  She is doing great, she is talking, recognizes everyone, but is having difficulty remembering short term incidents while she can remember things from a long time ago.  It is a true miracle from God.  She was in coma from the result of a motorcycle accident which her injury was to her head.  Unfortunately she was not wearing any appropriate gear for the ride.  I don't believe she knew she was pregnant at the time.  I give God all the Glory and Honor.  I ask for you to stand in agreement that the family will come humbly to Jesus feet.  I sent my sister  an email and gave her the plan of salvation and have not received any response.  It's in Gods hands.  She is very aware of what God did for her granddaughter.  I reminded her that when she called me hysterically about the  incident she had nothing but bad reports from the doctors and  I asked her to come into agreement that God will do a miracle and heal her granddaughter so that she and her family would see Gods power and that her family would honor and acknowledge God in their lives, God had the last word, not the doctors.   I also reminded her recently that God will not be mocked.  Please keep her in your prayers for her salvation.  She is the key to her 4 children and grandchildren's salvation. 
Again, I thank you from the bottom of my heart, I know that without your intercession for Elizabeth the results would have been differently.  May the Lord continue giving us the strength and courage to stand in the gap for others needs. 
Maria Lobato
One of the most marvelous benefits we enjoy as members of the Body of Christ; is sharing and rejoicing with one another.
As we continue to remember Elizabeth, her unborn child, and her family in our prayers, we know that God is able to do more than what we ask for or even think of. For she is a living testimony to all for the Glory of God!

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Wed 23 Mar 2011

  Away From Home, with Jesus

Oftentimes we are away from our homes for extended periods of time, whether it is for a vacation, business or a death of someone close to you. Ideally a planned trip is better, but as life continues to happen we must learn to prepare ourselves for anything.
With that thought in mind, currently I am in Texas and have been for several weeks. It all started on February 25, while talking to my younger sister Y on the phone who lives here in Texas one of my elder sister K called both of us. We both decided to keep talking as I was sharing with her the tremendous supernatural outpouring of The Holy Spirit on the previous night as it had been the opening night of the Apostolic Conference. Reluctantly we ended our sharing of God's goodness in our lives as K was persistent in her calls. I decided not to return her call right away as Y was going to call immediately.


Half an hour later I called her and was told some distressing news "my stepfather had passed away at the age of 88" we discussed attending the funeral services which would be held in St. Louis. I committed my attending to God as I was not financially able, for we know that God is able to make a way out of no way,if it is His desire and plan for us.
My first thoughts were of my sister D, as he was her father. I spoke with her and got the details and prayed with her. When a loved one leaves this life there are always certain realities that must be faced, for some there is the hope that we will be reunited with them for eternity in Christ, and for others we can only grieve that eternity holds separation.


By the leading of the Holy Spirit I advised her not to tell her children until Sunday [they would normally go to visit him after church], I told her that I would call some intercessors and we would pray for her, strength and encouragement. I asked her to allow the Holy Spirit to minister to her and comfort her so that she might be able to strengthen and comfort her children.
Personally I felt a degree of sadness, as I had not know my stepfather to live for God.

Once many years ago when I was in grade school I remember him going down to the altar, but as time passed he eventually stopped going to church completely. I have memories of a mild mannered man that was good with his hands and taught us to respect our homes, take pride in doing a job well, and maintaining what you had to the best of your ability. Much of the knowledge I have of building, painting, and the importance of understanding and following instructions can be traced back to his tutelage, for he laid a solid foundation that other were able to help me build upon. I thank God for him and the instructions he provided to me almost as much as I thank God for my mother laying a spiritual foundation in my life based upon The Word of God and the power of The Holy Spirit, but her story is for another time.

It was because of his passing that I am now here in Texas. God opened a door and I flew from Tucson to Dallas on March 3rd we were able to attend my daughter's newly found church service that night, I was truly blessed. The next day we drove with 3 of my grannies to St. Louis for the services. God opened the door for me to minister to my cousin W and share some information about intercessory prayer with my sister Y and nephew J. I was additionally blessed to be able to pray with other members of my family in person. We made the long drive back on Sunday March 6th and I have been here ever since. Originally I had intended to return on 3/8/2011, but as the LORD would have it I am still here and currently planning to return next month.

Truly I praise The LORD for this season of impartation. An old song comes to mind that I can recall from childhood, although I cannot remember all of the words the ones I do remember are profound as well as powerful. "Take The LORD God with you, every where you go. You're gonna need Him, you gonna need Him every where you go." How true that is! There is no place I want to go without The Holy Spirit. Every where I go I am led by my head Jesus Messiah. There is joy, peace, and comfort in His presence. Moses wrote for our benefit in Psalm 91: 1. He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. 2. I will say of the LORD, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust.
Learning to remain in the presence of God is not the easiest principle we must learn, but it is most beneficial. We have felt the glorious, amazing love and peace and our spirit and soul longs to stay there, but too often we allow our flesh to pull us away. We can never stop reaching for that experience, for the more we enter into His presence the more we will want it, and the more we want it the harder we will fight [our flesh] to get back there and remain. Never give up the fight, press in and press onward. Stay in the Word of God, lift up your voices in praise and thanksgiving to The LORD God Almighty! Pray every chance you get, surround yourself with godly people who challenge and encourage you to live all that you can for Jesus.
Below are listed some definitions of 5 key words found within those verses. None of these words should be new to us as we walk with Jesus. Our inner man gains strength and is refreshed, renewed, and replenished daily as we look to The Holy Spirit to direct us in all our ways.
God Bless and strengthen you all. Amen

He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High
Dictionary.com Unabridged
verb, dwelt or dwelled, dwell·ing,  noun
2. to live or continue in a given condition or state: to dwell in happiness.
World English Dictionary
1.  formal , literary  to live as a permanent resident 
shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.
–verb (used without object)
3. to continue in a particular condition, attitude, relationship, etc.; last.
–verb (used with object)
5. to endure, sustain, or withstand without yielding or submitting: to abide a vigorous onslaught.
6. to wait for; await: to abide the coming of the Lord.
—Synonyms --  Based on the Random House Dictionary
1.  tarry. 2.  live. 3.  persevere, endure. 4.  bear, endure, brook; support.
World English Dictionary
6.  archaic  ( tr ) to await in expectation 
Legal Dictionary
:to accept without objection— abide by  :  to act or behave in accordance with or in obedience to
Refuge: 1. shelter or protection from danger, trouble, etc.:
Fortress: 2.  a place or source of refuge or support 
Trust:the obligation or responsibility imposed on a person in whom confidence or authority is placed: a position of trust.

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