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Contents Mapping Out the Process....................................................................... ix Chapter 1 Humility................................................................................................. 1 Chapter 2 Say YES to God’s Will & Plan.................................................................. 9 Chapter 3 Live a Life of Total Surrender................................................................ 21 Chapter 4 Choose to Trust Me............................................................................. 31 Chapter 5 Obey Me Immediately.......................................................................... 39 Chapter 6 Don’t Be Afraid.................................................................................... 49 Chapter 7 Get Ready & Stay Ready....................................................................... 59 Chapter 8 Live a Conguent Life............................................................................ 73 Chapter 9 Love God…Love People....................................................................... 81 Chapter 10 Stop Living As If This Is All There Is–There’s More…MUCH MORE!!!..... 91


Closing........................................................................................... 105 End Notes..................................................................................... 115 About the Author....................................................................... 119


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hat particular crisp fall Saturday morning I allowed plenty of time to drive to the west side of town to attend the remaining session of the Women’s Retreat. There was little traffic on the road as I wound through my route to the church. My mind drifted back to Friday evening, reviewing the words I had the opportunity to share with eager women attending the retreat. The 10 Things aren’t rocket science—I’m positive God has shared the same, identical things with many over the course of a lifetime. Then came the nudge, He planted an idea: “Map out the process of how you learned to hear My voice. Your journey—not anyone else’s.” Immediately, I objected. “Why would you want me to do that? Who cares about my journey? Who in the world would ever read what I have to say? Where will the money come from to fund the project?” Being patient and beyond gracious, He responded by repeating Himself, in my spirit, “Jo Lynn, map out the process. I will provide what is needed.” I was excited by the mere fact that the God of the universe would want to have a conversation with me. That was over four years ago. Though my initial enthusiasm was high, fear and doubt have plagued my every thought and effort. I’m an amateur in this business of becoming an overcomer. Though I experienced miraculous provision and confirmation to dive into this assignment—funding from unlikely sources, someone with expertise to assist me with the writing and editing, extended blocks of time being made available—I often procrastinated because of my overwhelming fear. I don’t even want to admit how many times I asked God to confirm ix

He had spoken to me. The Gideon spirit (Judges 6:36-40) overtook me several times. Even though a mighty warrior, when Gideon sensed God’s call to something bigger than himself, out of fear he asked God for a sign to prove He was really speaking to him. God provided a sign and promised to be with him. Then God’s words came to me, “Jo Lynn, just write—start again. Tell My story.” I believe I’d been trying too hard to make it sound perfect. So here I am now just letting the words flow from my heart through my fingers onto the keyboard and leaping onto the computer screen. Recently God reminded me that this fascinating journey started long ago, even when I was oblivious to His workings. I got serious about journaling back in 2007. In my journals I’ve captured God ideas, themes, promptings, dreams and messages. From reviewing journal entries, I discovered 10 Things or themes God repeated over and over, year after year, that He desires me to live out for Him. The 10 Things aren’t new—I believe He has spoken some, if not all of them to you in some form. Were we listening? Plain and simple, here they are. n Humility n Say “Yes” to God’s Will & Plan n Live a Life of Total Surrender n Choose to Trust Me n Obey Me Immediately n Don’t Be Afraid n Get Ready & Stay Ready n Live a Congruent Life n Love God…Love People n Stop Living As If This Is All There Is—There’s More…Much More!!! See, I told you! You are probably mentally checking off all of those you’ve sensed God has said to you in the past, in one form or x

another. God speaks to His kids. Those who belong to Him are able to hear and recognize His voice. “Truly, truly, I say to you, he who does not enter the sheepfold by the door but climbs in by another way, that man is a thief and a robber. But, he who enters by the door is the shepherd of the sheep. To Him the gatekeeper opens. The sheep hear His voice, and He calls His own sheep by name and leads them out. When he has brought out all His own, He goes before them, and the sheep follow Him, for they know His voice. A stranger they will not follow, but they will flee from him, for they do not know the voice of strangers.” – John 10:1-5 ESV Through the splendor of His complexity and variety, He speaks to each one of us in ways personal and unique. He knows our personalities and tailors the way He relates to us how He made us. Imagine that! I’m finding as I become more intentional and consistent in taking time to meet with Him, the ways He reveals Himself deepens and take on surprising facets. Nearly every morning, God awakens me with a song (spiritual, secular, and even folk tunes!). He fills my thoughts with Scripture. He triggers a memory and invites me to linger with Him as He dissects it and helps me to glean nuggets of truth and application for the here and now. An impactful message speaks from the line or two of a movie. Life circumstances, joys and challenges have offered insight into what God is saying at any given moment. On vacation, at play, exploring nature and new things, in the workplace, during a critical exam, with family & friends, interacting with my enemies, in the church (the Bride of Christ), while sound asleep, during illness or painful situations, during prayer and meditation I’ve experienced God speaking to me. Can I tell you a secret? (It xi

really isn’t a secret; I just like to say that!) Most times when God speaks to me, it sounds like my own voice inside my head, yet I know it is Him. Several years ago, my friend, Aaron Scharenberg, encouraged me to consider walking through a Bible Study he found to be helpful, Experiencing God, co-authored by Henry Blackaby and Claude V. King.1 It has proven to be one of my favorite studies of all times. Just the other day, I found myself reaching for it to review a principle that God prompted in my heart. Blackaby and King confirmed my own personal experience of God speaking in a variety of ways. If we want to know the will of God and to hear the voice of God, they say, giving time and effort to cultivate a love relationship with Him is a must. God desires to have a close, intimate relationship with each of us! They further caution not to skip over the relationship to get on with the doing, but rather to acknowledge that God is far more concerned with what we are becoming. As I embark on this writing adventure, I’ve not yet experienced God’s audible voice. Once in awhile I ask Him to surprise me! Prior to our marriage, my husband, Gaylyn heard God’s audible voice. The funny thing is when God chose to speak to him in this way, it was about me! How cool is that? In his apartment one morning, he was lying crosswise on the bed with his Bible on the floor before him. All of a sudden, He heard a voice behind him say, “Take care of Jo Lynn.” Since we weren’t married, I can only imagine Gaylyn trying to make sense of this. Often, bouncing up and down and clapping my hands, I beg him to repeat the experience, because it is so sweet and precious to me. In 2009, it became increasingly apparent God was performing a new work in my life as He invited me to spend more intimate time with Him. He began to wake me up early in the morning to speak specific things to me. During this time He gave me two songs: “He’s Preparing Me”2 (Daryl Coley) and “When God Has Another Plan”3 (sung by The Greenes). As the first song states, He’s been intentional in preparing me for everything that comes in my life, and xii

it’s because he cares deeply about my welfare and wants me to experience His best. This holds true for all of those who love Him. I see His hand as He continues to be meticulous about maturing me, arranging me, rearranging me, training me, tuning me, purging me, pruning me, and growing me. I desire to be what He is calling me to be. I’d like to unpack the process—my amazing growing experience—of learning to hear and obey the voice of God. He invited me and spoke to me through books, songs, movies, dreams and visions, various people, situations and circumstances, the Bible, weather, nature, prayer, words, numbers, time, and meditative silence. In the process I became a lover of words. You will find words with their definitions, with Merriam-Webster Dictionary (online) as reference resource, sprinkled throughout the dialogue. God constantly reminded me that He doesn’t speak just for the sake of speaking—He speaks to be obeyed. I humbly believe these 10 Things are lifelong instructions that come straight from the heart of God, along with the promises in Scripture that He will be with us always and help us accomplish all He asks of us. My prayer is He will empower me to live each one of them out in order to bring Him glory. An invitation to pause in order to listen, in the form of questions, is placed at the conclusion of each chapter. You will also find space provided to write out your hopes and planned action steps to obey what you sense you are hearing. Will you join me?


Chapter 10 Stop Living As If This Is All There Is— There’s More…MUCH MORE!!!


od chose to awaken me at 3:00 a.m.! In spite of the earliness of the hour, He had the audacity to ask me what I was saying yes to. I couldn’t believe it. I began spilling out a litany of things He should be well aware of that I was doing, and most of it for Him. When I finally finished the laundry list, in a still quiet voice He said, “Jo Lynn, you are saying yes to mediocrity. There’s more— much more—more of Me.” WOW! My idea of more had been to come up with more things to do for Him. From this point, God began to show me how to relate to Him in new ways—to surrender more fully, to listen more attentively.

Spring Cleaning Cleaning out my closet is one of my favorite things to do. No, I’m not being serious! I kept sensing the gentle pull toward our guest room closet where I stored most of my clothes. “Lord, do I have to? What if I need some of them later?” Like that classy pink and blue suit that helped me get a coveted promotion…over 25 years ago. It is only two sizes too small now. I’ll lose weight, I know I will! And it will come back in style! And that lime green linen skirt set that punctuates a moment in time and helps me to exude confidence— that one is a “must keep.” As if He were standing next to me, I heard Him say, “Do you not 91

Learning to Hear & Obey the Voice of God believe that I can give you more?” I knew the Lord was igniting something inside me to take action. I entered the room with courage and great resolve, grabbing a handful of hangers to begin my journey of “reckless abandon.” I was ready to take God at His word and test Him. What does more look like? What was I hanging on to? I had been geared up to settle for far less than He desired for me. Have you been there? MORE1: greater; extra or additional; further; to a greater or higher degree; a greater quantity, number, or amount I admire the work of Dress for Success, so the women they serve became the beneficiaries of those items I released that day. I wasted no time loading up the car and making the delivery before I could let any doubts overtake me. I haven’t missed a thing. And yes, God has given more.

Too Good to be True After this exercise of surrender, the Lord began speaking with me differently, inviting me…calling me…to come deeper. Some things He shared seemed absolutely impossible. Why would God want to do that for me? For us? Feelings of unworthiness popped like popcorn in my mind. My prayer has been, “Lord, I choose to believe You. Please make my faith real and visible.” Bringing it to the forefront of my mind, the Spirit reminded me of the story of the man born blind found in John 9. Even though everyone in town knew this man had been blind from birth, now that he could see, they couldn’t seem to believe the miracle of Jesus’ healing power demonstrated in his life. So he found himself repeating the miraculous encounter over and over in an effort to convince all eager listeners; then he got in trouble with the Pharisees, who kicked him out of the synagogue. Jesus sought him out:


STOP LIVING AS IF THIS IS ALL THERE IS Jesus heard that they had cast him out, and having found him He said, “Do you believe in the Son of Man?” He answered, “And who is He, sir, that I may believe in Him?” Jesus said to him, “You have seen Him, and it is He who is speaking to you.” He said, “Lord, I believe,” and he worshipped Him. – John 9:35-38 ESV For so many in this region, this miracle sounded too good to be true. Even though living proof stood in their midst proclaiming brand new sight, no one in this man’s life expressed any joyous elation by his great and profound news of healing. Not even his parents, who in this culture and time would’ve been viewed as one or both being guilty of some unknown sin by birthing a child born blind, opened their mouths to vouch for him as a truth-teller. Like all the bystanders in this story, do I choose to overlook the miracle I’m staring at in the face? Is it because what we are looking at and hearing we’ve never seen or heard of before? Is God revealing something new? I sometimes see myself hanging onto threads of faith, only for threatening doubt to rush in and overtake my belief like a thief. Where’s the proof? Even when I can muster only a thread of faith to believe the extraordinary, I become tentative in trusting fully. I’m learning God desires I cast my lot with Him—believe Him. The alternative—not believing Him—guarantees a sense of dread as I feel myself being pulled backwards in my faith walk. I believe we underestimate God’s ability to do the impossible, even when we are witness to such acts. We tend to give into human logic that the “MORE” He wants to bring is a façade. Trusting what He is saying in my quiet times with Him will involve choosing the route of “going without knowing” what lies ahead in the new He’s 93

Learning to Hear & Obey the Voice of God promising and revealing. He can’t lie, so I’ll trust He’ll confirm His words to me in due time.

The Call One morning I was awakened at 3:33 a.m. A couple of days later, again I was awakened at 3:33 a.m. A few more nights passed, and there it was again—3:33 a.m. During our morning meeting times, with some urgency I asked God if He was using this new way to tell me something He desired me to grasp. This same week, I was scheduled to travel to Hartford, Connecticut, for a speaking engagement. I would be traveling towards Eastern Standard Time (EST). Would I awaken at 4:33 a.m.? I arrived in my hotel room around midnight (EST). It had been a long day, so I crashed and fell fast asleep. At exactly 3:33 a.m. (EST), I awakened. God, is this You? What are you saying? As I met with Him that morning, my attention focused on the major Bible prophets. I searched to see which books contained at least thirty-three chapters? Sensing His Spirit highlighting Jeremiah 33:3 and Ezekiel 33:3, I allowed myself to focus and meditate on these passages. Call to Me and I will answer you, and will tell you great and hidden things that you have not known. – Jeremiah 33:3 ESV and if he sees the sword coming upon the land and blows the trumpet and warns the people, – Ezekiel 33:3 ESV The next few days in my hotel room, I pored over the Scriptures in context, especially taking a closer examination of chapters 33 and 34 in Ezekiel. I sensed God was inviting me to join Him in a new adventure, calling me to be one of His watchmen on the wall and sharing a message of hope through repentance—turning back to God. My 94

STOP LIVING AS IF THIS IS ALL THERE IS thoughtful response: “Lord, I’m sensing there’s something You want me to do with You before I come home to see You—help gather the lost sheep back into the sheepfold. What does this look like?” Then it happened again. The night before I returned to Kansas, I woke up at 3:33 a.m. Okay Lord, I’m listening. Five times in a week is rather convincing, and two of those were on EST! That morning, words from the hymn, “So Send I You”, written by Edith Margaret Clarkson2, flowed through my spirit—conveying messages of toiling for God alone, suffering for His sake, knowing His love alone, losing my life in His, and to taste of Calvary. This call is all about Him, not me. Sometimes God calls us to hard things. Often He asks us to do impossible things that will bring Him enormous glory. For me, this means leaving the “cocoon of mediocrity” to experience the more He has in store. Over the course of a year, I was often awakened at 3:33 a.m., or I’d see “333” on a license plate or on the hotel door opposite our room so we’d see those numbers every time we exited our room. I’ve come to treasure these reminders of “the call” and sweet invitation to join Him. Joining Him requires my commitment to an intimate relationship with Him. In a tender way, He tells me He likes spending time with me. Imagine that! Even when others find me to be a nuisance, He chooses me.

Dream BIG His invitation has included asking me to, “Dream BIG!” I don’t totally know how to do this, but He’s encouraging me to allow myself to give thought and voice to possibilities beyond myself. A friend, Linda, shared a question recently posed to her, “What brings you joy?” It happened to be a period I too had been sensing a lack of personal joy for some time, so I privately took liberty to list long-forgotten things that have brought me joy: n Ministry with Gaylyn—serving the Body of Christ together 95

Learning to Hear & Obey the Voice of God n Hearing God’s voice, then sharing it with people n Offering wise counsel that comes from the throne of God n Intimate times with God n Breaking bread with others around our table n Traveling and seeing God’s world and His handiwork n Talking with like-minded people n Writing God’s story n Praying under the leading of the Holy Spirit n Operating and living in FREEDOM n Being a conduit in the transformation of lives For me, dreaming big encompasses all these things. However, in typing this list, I noticed I have not been intentional about doing some of these things regularly, and this has robbed me of joy. I recall a period where meeting with God at 5:00 a.m. began to feel like a chore. He drew my attention to a passage in Revelation 2: “’I know your works, your toil and your patient endurance, and how you cannot bear with those who are evil, but have tested those who call themselves apostles and are not, and found them to be false. I know you are enduring patiently and bearing up for My name’s sake, and you have not grown weary. But I have this against you, that you have abandoned the love you had at first. Remember therefore from where you have fallen; repent, and do the works you did at first. If not, I will come to you and remove your lampstand from its place, unless you repent. – Revelation 2:2-5 ESV What was God implying? I knew exactly what He meant. He missed me being fully present and wasn’t satisfied with half-heart96

STOP LIVING AS IF THIS IS ALL THERE IS ed participation in our relationship. Repent…turn…do something different. As a coach might say, “Jo Lynn, get your head (and heart) back in the game.” This may seem small, but this oversight keeps me from seeing things from God’s perspective, leading to small dreaming. I got my head and heart back in the relationship and took another stab at dreaming big. When I look at many of my hopes, I question how they could ever become reality. He keeps prompting my heart to dream big, so here goes: n Radio opportunities n Visiting Kenya and Ghana n Author/speaker n Philanthropist n Mighty prayer warrior n Lover of people (ALL people) n Encouraging believers to listen to the voice of God…then obey n Ministry beyond our comprehension n The best of me coming forth n Witnessing the salvation of many n Assisting “the church” to be all she is called to be n JESUS—ever-increasing intimacy with Him n “10 Things” to be lived out my entire life n REVIVAL experienced in our day n FAITH beyond the wisdom of Solomon; WISDOM as a by-product of FAITH n Experiencing and embracing DESTINY n Following the Dream Giver After writing this astounding list, guess what I heard Him say? “Bigger! Dream bigger! I want to do more!”

Experiencing SANCTUARY Lord, what does more of You look like? Feel like? Taste like? 97

Learning to Hear & Obey the Voice of God Our friend, Yvonne Mitto, has a favorite book she recommends to women she mentors—The Dream Giver by Bruce Wilkinson3. It’s a fable about a Nobody named Ordinary who lived in the land of Familiar who decides to pursue his higher calling. This takes him on a challenging journey full of huge obstacles on the way to his God-purposed destiny. The journey involves a decisive moment of embracing his dream, leaving his comfort zone, encountering bullies in the Borderland, experiencing disappointment in the Wasteland, stumbling upon Sanctuary, reaching the risky Valley of the Giants, and eventually arriving in the Land of Promise. Not long ago, God highlighted one portion of this book to a friend, Kowonia, and me. We traveled to Dallas, Texas, to attend a conference on how to walk in freedom with Him. We were both open to His “what’s next” for our lives. While there we encountered SANCTUARY. As we were sitting comfortably in the welcoming home of Brenda (“B.T.”), Kowonia’s childhood friend, in my spirit God whispered, “This is SANCTUARY!” In this dry season I’d been asking Him for restorative rest, and God had provided for it in Dallas. Brenda’s family graciously opened their home to us, which accommodated our need to be still and rest. Come to Me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you, and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy, and My burden is light.” – Matthew 11:28-30 ESV What is SANCTUARY? The Dream Giver suggests: n It’s an oasis, offering time to pause n It’s where God invites me to meet with Him for renewal and refreshment 98

STOP LIVING AS IF THIS IS ALL THERE IS n It is protected time for considering decisions that carry the possibility of shaping the remainder of the journey n It includes three invitations: n Come to the Water. n Come to the Light. n Come to the Summit.4 The sheer surprise of His invitation left me awe-struck for the remainder of our Dallas stay. Another “more of Him” moment came that same week when Brenda arranged tickets for Kowonia and me to attend a gospel concert while she traveled out of town. I was excited for the opportunity and assumed we would be in general seating, possibly in the balcony. When we arrived at the information desk to pick up our tickets, our names weren’t on the list. We got a little nervous! Suddenly, Brenda’s colleague appeared reassuring us we had seats. “Come with me,” she said. We were given blue wristbands and obediently followed. The church was HUGE. She kept leading us closer and closer to the front of the sanctuary. This Scripture flooded my mind: But when you are invited, go and sit in the lowest place, so that when your host comes he may say to you, ‘Friend, move up higher.’ Then you will be honored in the presence of all who sit at table with you. For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.” – Luke 14:10-11 ESV Our kind escort ushered us to our seats in the VIP section. WOW! God, you are showing off! What did we do to deserve this treatment? Absolutely nothing—He arranged this gift long ago, because He knew we would need SANCTUARY. My response, “Lord, is this a new way of experiencing more of You?” His sweet reply came, “Yes, daughter!” 99

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Comfort Zone Disturbed I didn’t want to leave SANCTUARY. Brenda’s warm hospitality and comfortable home was the perfect refuge desired to steal away from a hectic schedule and tedious life demands. However, Gaylyn was awaiting my swift arrival home with bated breath! Considering the sequence of the journey in The Dream Giver, I wondered if giants were awaiting my arrival, as well. I hoped not. Rather, I was hoping to skip straight to the Land of Promise. In a meeting the following week, a leader from one of our assigned companies shared his experience of witnessing the comfort zone of others being disturbed when changes are made to turn a system back towards north. Several words and messages from our candid conversation remained front and center in my mind for many days following. Was God in the process of disturbing my comfort zone? If so, what would that look like? I thought of people in the Bible whose comfort had been disturbed, and landed on Zechariah and Joseph, Jesus’ earthly father. Here were two men minding their own business, one taking his turn to burn incense in the Temple and the other looking forward to marriage. Both experienced visitations from angels of the Lord, awake and in a dream, announcing drastic changes in their life plans. Both announcements involved a baby! An angel told Zechariah his prayer had been answered—his wife, Elizabeth, would become pregnant and bear him a son. I can imagine Zechariah looking for the right moment to interrupt to explain that he no longer expected that prayer to be answered since he and Elizabeth were up in years. Joseph’s news sounded scandalous! What was he supposed to do? Mary, his betrothed, was found to be with child, and this child was not his, but was actually the Son of God. Hold on—what in the world was going on here? God’s plan to bring redemption to a broken and lost people involved sending two babies, John, the Baptizer, and Jesus. It would require their earthly parents to make major adjustments to join 100

STOP LIVING AS IF THIS IS ALL THERE IS Him in what He was doing at that time in history. Both chose to believe and obey God. The forerunner, John, was born as the angel announced, and Jesus, the Savior of the world, showed up on a star-studded night. Joseph experienced a few more dreams— God directing his steps—convincing him of the magnitude of his assignment. The assignment: to get the baby to the Cross, so that mankind would experience salvation from their sins and reconciliation with Almighty God! God continues to work in this way—asking us, through various means, to join Him. For several months following our Dallas trip, God began to prepare me for transition. In a dream, He showed me a conveyor belt. After that, when I would see conveyor belts in various forms and places, moving things and people from one place to another with ease, they reminded me that God was preparing to move me. Suddenly, out of nowhere, the call came. Over a seven year period, God had been preparing me for this moment. He was asking me to abandon life as I knew it. Along the way, He gave me promptings and watched me obey, not always immediately. Yet I did obey, often with fear and trembling. I heard Him say, “It’s time to cross the Jordan. You haven’t been this way before, so stay close to Me.” Yet there shall be a distance between you and it (the Ark of the Covenant), about 2,000 cubits in length. Do not come near it, in order that you may know the way you shall go, for you have not passed this way before.” – Joshua 3:4 ESV Within a few days, God confirmed His words through a preached word at church. One week before the call, He had impressed upon me to take a walk with Him through our neighborhood park. He reinforced the same message by drawing my attention to the wind and drizzling rain, my umbrella, each step taken, limited visibility, and allowing me to sense His presence. 101

Learning to Hear & Obey the Voice of God The wait is over! I’m filled with excitement and wonder. We met with friends, sought wise and loving counsel, allowing them to speak into our lives. Together, Gaylyn and I took steps (leaps!) of faith. He’s right—we’ve never been this way before. Yet, the alternative is unappealing. We refuse to waste the season of preparation and yielding to His care. We’ve come too far to turn around. Like clockwork, God’s plans clicked into place, and all I could hear and see was: click…click…click. The manifestation of His plan and purpose of preparation left me feeling unworthy. Lord, why would you bless us in this way? Then the chorus of “Deserved”, by Anthony Brown and group therAPy5 rolled full throttle with encouragement. My heart resonated with the truth of the lyrics punctuating my current state of being so glad God never gave me what I deserve, but instead blessing me with His unfailing grace and mercy. I hear God saying, “The blessing is in the new place—go anyway! There’s more…much more!” We won’t know unless we go. Just when I thought God was finished speaking into this phase of my life, He’s beginning to say more at each encounter with Him. He’s talking to me about “what’s next” in the new place. Lord, please let there be a honeymoon period! LISTEN: (Journal what you hear!) n What does the “valley of mediocrity” look like in my life? n What’s on my “Dream Big” list? Ask God to help you write it! n What adjustments am I willing to make to join God in what He is doing in the world?


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10 Things a Personal Journey  

Jo Lynn believes God’s sheep, those who have humbly accepted Jesus’ precious gift of redemption and grace, can hear His voice and He calls e...

10 Things a Personal Journey  

Jo Lynn believes God’s sheep, those who have humbly accepted Jesus’ precious gift of redemption and grace, can hear His voice and He calls e...

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