What God began in 2015 is reaching its tipping point this year. It’s a fullness of time moment!
What God began in 2015 is reaching its tipping point this year. It’s a fullness of time moment!
What God began in 2015 is reaching its tipping point this year. It’s a fullness of time moment!
The Bible reveals God’s history and future plans for His relationship with mankind. There are three transitional generations recorded in His story. The first transitional generation was the Israelites as they came out of Egypt and were headed toward the Promised Land. The disciples were the second transitional generation as they established the church age after Jesus’ resurrection and ascension. The third is our very own end-times generation that is called to begin to establish Jesus’ Kingdom on earth and prepare for His arrival.
As you might guess, the characteristics of these generations are pictured in the Feasts of the Lord. The first set was the three Spring feasts at the beginning of the Hebrew year: Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread and Firstfruits. The Father established these feasts so the Israelites would remember their deliverance from Egypt. Once they were in the Promised Land, this feast also included a celebration of the first harvest of barley. Their offering was a sheaf of barley. It was the first crop to come up and it would sustain them until the coveted wheat harvest came in.
The Spring Feasts represent a season of deliverance from slavery. What does this mean to us and why should we care? We are not slaves, or are we? Slaves are subject to whatever has mastery over them. Being delivered involves leaving old mindsets, sin and death (not necessarily physical death, but things that have died in us) and crossing over to move toward the promise. Because we are often quite unaware of how enslaved we are, we need the apostles and prophets to help us to see what we might not see on our own. God wants us to know His heart and He tells us what signs to look for, so we will not miss our turns. We can look at the example of the Israelites coming out of Egypt and see how they could not recognize the goodness of God through His miracles; they missed their signs. Nonetheless, they were called to transition from a group of Hebrew slaves into the nation of Israel, God’s beloved people. Later, when the promised Messiah arrived, another generation had been given signs to look for, but they, too, misread the signs and the prophecies. They were unwilling to change their mind (repent), because they thought they knew better than God. Yet, when you look at all the symbolism of the Spring Feasts, it is so full of details and symbols that it’s hard to believe anyone could miss seeing Jesus. From the time the Israelites left Egypt until the time Jesus walked on the earth, the Spring Feasts were a dress rehearsal of Jesus delivering His people from sin, forgiving them and beginning the process of restoring humanity’s relationship with the Father. Every generation as a whole, and each individual must experience their own deliverance from something that has kept them separated from God. Each year, as we move through this season, we have the opportunity to be delivered and become freer. It is an ongoing process.
The second set was the Feast of Weeks, because it was held seven weeks after Passover. The seven-week period leading up to the feast, also known as the time of Counting the Omer, was just as significant as the final, fiftieth day when the feast was celebrated. This feast commemorates the gifts and provision that God gave the Hebrews at Mount Sinai. He gave them an identity as a nation and established a unique relationship with them that would be called the Mosaic Covenant. This feast took on the agricultural significance of offering the firstfruits of the wheat harvest once they were in the Promised Land. This time their offering was not the wheat itself, but two huge loaves of bread made from the wheat flour.
The Feast of Weeks, also known as Pentecost, is a celebration of God’s provision. In the natural, as they wandered through the wilderness, God provided manna which was called “Bread of Heaven.” When they entered the Promised Land, they celebrated the wheat harvest from which they were enabled to make bread. It remembered God’s giving of the Torah (Law) to His people at Sinai. While Jews were gathered in Jerusalem after Jesus’ death to celebrate this feast, God chose this day to “pour out His Spirit on all flesh.” Just as the Hebrew nation would not have been able to function as a nation without God’s Law, the new Church lead by the disciples of Christ would not be able to function in their higher calling without the operation of the Holy Spirit in them. It is God’s generous giving that enables us to complete the calling we’ve been given by Him. Once we are delivered, we begin anticipating the promised inheritance. This is a season to understand our identity as God’s people, disciples, students of the Lord. It is vital to know who we are and what we’ve been given in order to accomplish our destiny and possess our inheritance. We go through a process of sanctification, ridding ourselves of sinful behaviors and walking in greater levels of righteousness, so that we may possess all that the Lord wants to give to us. The early Church transitioned from the Mosaic & Davidic Covenants to living under the New Covenant written in Jesus’ Blood.
The third set was the Fall feasts which occur in the seventh month: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and the Feast of Booths (Tabernacles.) At this time, the Israelites were commanded to remember how they had sojourned through the desert and lived in temporary dwellings until they reached their promise. This feast season celebrated the final and most abundant harvest of the year. Harvesting grapes, olives, pomegranates, and figs brought great joy to the community.
Prophetically speaking, this season is for us, the end-time generation! In a broad sense, Generation Z is an appropriate name for this generation. It represents coming to an end of something. It requires awakening to deeper levels of understanding, making ourselves ready to meet our Bridegroom, reaping the harvest of souls and building the Kingdom of God on earth. The Church and the Kingdom are two different things. The end-time generation exists to build the Kingdom in preparation for Jesus’ return. In this season there is much anticipation and rejoicing. One day, we will meet our Bridegroom, but until then we have much preparing to do. We prepare our hearts by becoming more like Jesus, and we contend against the enemy’s schemes as he fights against Jesus and His saints. Just like the Jews in the days after Jesus was born had to know what they were looking for and correctly interpret the signs, so we have to do the same. God gave the Holy Spirit long ago to empower His people, but He knew that our relationship with the Holy Spirit would have to go to a deeper level in the generations leading up to Jesus’ return. We need the power and revelation of His Spirit, so that we can overcome the spirit of the age. In these days, He is pouring out the Holy Spirit stronger than anything we have experienced in all of human history. God is awakening His Bride, and we will reap the last great harvest of the ages. Jesus will come to judge the wicked, and then, the Bridegroom will marry His Bride. He will carry us over the threshold into the Promised Land of Heaven where we will not only see the Father face to face, but we will rule and reign with Him in His Kingdom forever. What a glorious future we have! We are the generation to transition Heaven to Earth.
Each generation and each feast contains keys and patterns that we can learn from so that we don’t miss our signs and we stay in sync with God’s times and seasons. Some things we’ve been taught and believed might not be true. Are you willing to unlearn some things so that He can fill you with Truth? This is so critical. As we enter into the Passover season this year, 2019/5779, let’s commit to knowing Him in new fresh ways. Let’s be quick to surrender to Him, to seek the deliverance He so freely offers and to find out what’s it’s like to truly be free in Christ. Let’s get reacquainted with the Word of God and expect that revelation will flow to us in ways we have never experienced before. As He pours out His Spirit, we can expect signs and wonders to follow us as we believe. We have assignments and a holy call to partner with the Living God and build His Kingdom and our forever home!
I woke up thinking about the widow in 2 Kings 4:1-7. I’ve read the story many times, but as I pondered it again this morning, the Lord showed me something fresh. I share it freely because there are so many out there waiting to see their promise. Be encouraged!
The widow was left with a lot of debt and no resources to care for her sons. Elisha heard the desperate cry of this woman, a believer in Israel, and was going to show her how to receive all that God had for her. He asked her what she had to work with and all she could see was a jar of oil. No problem, God would take that oil, representing the anointing of the Holy Spirit that she had, her faith, and do something amazing.
Elisha instructed her to gather as many empty vessels as she could, these vessels representing situations or people in which she could express her faith or impart an anointing. Would she seek out those opportunities and continue to express faith even in the midst of her own need? Then he told her, “Go inside, shut the door behind you, pour into all these vessels and set aside that which is full.” He was telling her to shut the door on the things of the world that would discourage or distract her faith, stay single focused, maintain your atmosphere of faith. Keep pouring until there is fullness. Verse 6 says, “When the vessels were full, she asked for another vessel but her son said there were no more.” That’s when the oil stopped. She was ready to continue pouring, but she had reached the time of fullness. The oil stopped because it was time to be established, to stand in confidence and watch what God would do.
Then the prophet instructed her to sell the oil, pay your debt and live off the rest. This is a transaction where God invites us to trade in our faith and receive our promise. (Is 55:2)
All the time you were pouring out, God was watching and crediting it to your account, just as He did with Abraham. Now you are about to receive the reward of your faith. Your faith was/is your currency. It’s been stored up in your account. God gives exponential interest and your account is now overflowing!
Abraham believed God and it was credited to him as righteousness. Now to him who works, his wage is not credited as a favor, but what is due. But to the one who does not work, but believes in Him who justifies the ungodly, his faith is credited as righteousness… Rom 4:3-5
In this time of fullness, those that have poured out in faith, trusting God to make good on His promises though little was seen, are now going to see miraculous multiplication produce abundant overflow enabling life to be lived in fullness. Continue to stand and hope in the Glory of God! Our God is faithful! You are going to be revived in His fullness.
Hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out within our hearts through the Holy Spirit who was given to us. Romans 5:5
Haggai, the prophet, conveyed the Lord’s message to the people. It began with a rebuke that they were more concerned with building their own houses than with building the Lord’s house. After building the wall, as described in Nehemiah, the exiles that returned from Babylon grew weary from persecution. They lost their zeal to rebuild the House of the Lord, so they stopped. For 17 years, the project was put on hold. Haggai and Zechariah were sent by God to stir the people up and get them building again. The Lord brought a severe drought to awaken them to the fact that He was not pleased with their choices. In obedience, the people responded and resumed working on building the House of the Lord. So it is with us today. Yeshua is serious about His House of Prayer, not just a building but us, each one of us are a house of prayer sent to go wherever He chooses. Let us engage with the Lord to pray that God’s people awaken to His call in this hour, that we clean out our hearts, homes, schedules, agendas and make Him our first priority. Yeshua, come and have Your way in us. Have your way in Your Church. In this season of great transition, God has direction and strategy for each one. Let us be diligent to enter into His presence and seek His face, His heart and His strategy so that we will “see” what He sees and build accordingly.
“On April 28, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for and against redefining marriage in America. Though marriage between a man and a woman has existed since the beginning and is the cornerstone of ordered society, the time-honored institution is in serious trouble. Before federal judges began to overturn marriage laws, voters in 30 states had preserved natural marriage in their Constitutions. Now the High Court is poised to decide for us all.” Quote from Tony Perkins at the Family Research Council
Psalm 2 comes to mind as I read this.
1 Why are the nations so angry? Why do they waste their time with futile plans? 2 The kings of the earth prepare for battle; the rulers plot together against the Lord and against his anointed one. 3 “Let us break their chains,” they cry, “and free ourselves from slavery to God.”
Sadly, there are those that think they need to “free themselves from slavery to God.” Lord, how we pray that these people might see the futility of their ways and recognize that Jesus died to set them free from slavery to sin. We pray for their eyes to be enlightened to truth and for them to be saved from the wrath that is sure to come to those who mock the Lord and His Kingdom.
People of God, it is time to awaken from our slumber and recognize the window of grace that is over us now. God has opened a window and invited us to call heaven down to earth to prevent a curse from coming upon our land. We must take Him up on this invitation! We cannot afford to be asleep and miss the opportunity. The consequences will be great if we miss this time. The church missed it in 1973 and we paid dearly for our slumber.
January 22, 1973 – The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 7-2 decision, affirmed the legality of a woman’s right to have an abortion under the Fourteenth amendment to the Constitution.
America plunged into the darkness on that day and the displeasure of God was felt. We allowed the bloodguilt of millions of babies to be spilled, bringing a curse upon our land. One look at the condition of our nation today tells the story of how fast and how far we have fallen. The good news is that after 40 years, this curse was lifted in 2013. The people of God repented and began seeking God’s healing for this land. Awakening has occurred, but the battle isn’t over. The enemy doesn’t sleep. While we are rejoicing that the abortion plague is being pushed back and defeated, another plague has stolen center stage. The sacred marriage union, instituted by God from the beginning of time, is now on trial. Even though the majority of states have already cast their votes and determined that God’s definition of marriage is the only one to be accepted, the current Administration and their minions believe it is their right to “update” our Constitution and subject us to their tryanny. With one swipe of the pen, the Supreme Court judges have power to redefine the most fundamental aspect of human society in this temporal realm. It’s almost inconceivable!
This is the lynchpin the enemy desires so that he can fully implement his perverted and lawless society in this nation. Passing of this bill will open the flood gates of religious persecution and put at risk the foundation of family and faith that we have enjoyed in this nation since its founding. We are already witnessing the effects of homosexual behavior on our youth, the confusion of identity in transgender persons, and the penalties associated with trying to help people that want to come out of these lifestyles. The next generation, our children and grandchildren, are the biggest losers in this battle. Living life as a heterosexual, married and faithful to one spouse is being called “archaic.” The LBGT coalition would have us believe that to be “normal” means engaging in, or at least accepting, the most bizarre sexual behaviors and not knowing whether you are truly male or female. This is insanity! This is not God’s desire for us. Let us agree with Him and His Word. Let us co-labor with Him to set America free and hold on to the dignity that we have as people created in the image of God.
God gave us this beautiful land of America so that we would be a witness to the world of His Glory and His Goodness. He equipped us the precious gifts of His Word and His Spirit. Jesus said “All authority has been given to me in heaven and on earth,” and then He turned and passed His authority on to us, those Who have believed in Him for our salvation. We are powerful people and we can shift this nation through our prayers. Don’t accept the lies that say that this the evolution and liberation of our culture. We must stand for our God given rights and dignity. Please take heed to the seriousness of this hour and pray fervently from now through April 28. God is looking for His remnant to arise into our authority to possess and occupy this land until He comes! This land and these people are the reason that Jesus died on the Cross. We are His inheritance. It is our privilege and our glory to present it to Him when He comes!
A Few Prayer Points:
Spread the word in your sphere of influence and let people know about April 28. You have a voice and you are part of the solution!
Thank you for your faithfulness to stand for righteousness and justice in our land!
2014 is a year of Deliverance and God is our Deliverer. In His unfathomable wisdom, He constructed the the Bible so that the 14th chapters speak of some aspect of deliverance. It seemed good to me to take some time to read every 14th chapter and be encouraged. So I will be writing several or maybe many of the things He reveals to me from these chapters. This one got me so excited, I couldn’t wait to share it….
Sometimes, the Word of the Lord is comical. I love what God says next to Moses….”Why are you crying out to Me? Tell the people to go forward!” You can hear Father God speak in an almost exasperated way – “Get moving, Moses! Stretch your staff over the sea, divide it and walk through!” Moses probably said to himself, “Oh yeah, why didn’t I think of that!” It’s funny how we remember the story and say, “Moses parted the sea.” Moses only obeyed and lifted his staff! Put yourself in Moses’ shoes….millions of people looking at you, shouting at you, thinking they are about to die and there is a huge sea in front of you. Your instruction is to lift up your staff. Seems like such a small act in light of the size of the problem. Yet, following that simple command was the key to unlocking the path for all these people and unleashing the Glory of God for all to see!
Today, you might feel like the Israelites, trapped in a situation where there seems to be no way out. You look around and you’re locked in by natural circumstances. Have you considered that you might be the bait God is using to trap His enemy? God knows what the enemy is thinking, and just like He caused Pharaoh’s heart to be hardened, He can harden the heart of any enemy of His. God has not put you in a position to let you die in the wilderness! He has put you there so you will shine with His glory and He will crush the head of His enemy.
The circumstances don’t make sense and the method of deliverance can’t be imagined. The way to seeing it all work out is simple obedience. When God says, “move forward,” you might be tempted to argue with Him because you can’t see the path, but I assure you, He is opening that perfect path for you as you GO. You have to be in motion, moving forward. If you sit down and expect to get answers before you move, you will be overtaken. If you don’t respond with quick obedience, it might be too late. But if you will simply do what He says, however small and insignificant it seems, God will do the rest. Lift up the staff in your hand and take a step.
The result of this was that a path formed and the people came through on dry ground. What a surprise! God let the enemy follow them and it still probably felt pretty uncomfortable. They walked through the path, looking at the walls of water knowing that this was a miracle, but the enemy was behind them. In His great mercy, the Angel of the Lord and the pillar of cloud moved behind the Israelites to block their view and keep them from looking back at their enemy. At just the right moment – God’s timing – He caused their chariot wheels to swerve and made their driving difficult! Selah! Even the Egyptians knew it was God fighting against them!
In moments, the Egyptian army was no more. The water came crashing down, the enemy was defeated and the Israelites were safe. There is a moment when suddenly, your deliverance will be complete and you will experience the safety you’ve been desiring.
Verse 31 says, “When Israel saw the great power which the Lord had used against the Egyptians, the people feared the Lord, and they believed in the Lord and in His servant Moses.” The Glory of God was revealed and the people were astounded. I’m sure a holy hush swept over that large group. Mouths fell open, people dropped to their knees and wept because God demonstrated His Power and Glory. Those that were frightened and spoke negatively about their circumstances and Moses’ leadership were struck with awe. Now the people believed in the Lord and in Moses!
Friends, this is our God, and He is going to do this for everyone that is believing Him for deliverance. He is no respecter of persons. He is doing it individually and corporately. 2014 is the time of His deliverance. Do not lose heart! Hang on, listen and obey. The rest is up to Him and He is faithful!
The first Thanksgiving celebrated by the Pilgrims came after an intense battle for freedom. They came from a place of confinement where religion & multiculturalism was trying to squeeze spiritual life out of them. Their desire to worship led them across the ocean to the New World, a promised land. God showed them the way and they risked it all for freedom. After the arduous journey in which many died, the surviving pilgrims did not get to sit back and enjoy their freedom. They were still fighting to establish a new way of life. The territory was unfamiliar and the natives were not always friendly. They had to rely on establishing relationships in order to learn how to build their new community. They had so much to learn in this new land. Sickness and death threatened to wipe them out while hunger drove them on. Yet, God provided and kept His hand upon them. They persevered and their crops grew. While on their journey to the new land, the Christian pilgrims had spent time in Holland with a community of Sephardic Jews. They learned of the Feasts of the Lord and experienced the Feast of Tabernacles in a way they probably never had done before. The Feast of Tabernacles is a celebration of harvest. It also is a time of remembering how the Lord brought the Israelites out of Egypt (bondage) into the Promised Land. I’m sure the pilgrims felt an instant connection with the Jews since they were in the middle of their own journey to their Promised Land. When their first harvest came in the New World, they celebrated by giving thanks and praise to God, their Deliverer and their Sustainer. The heart of their celebration was the same as that of the Jews. When you have come through that intense battle, no one has to tell you to be thankful! You just are and your heart desires to worship the One who brought you through. President Lincoln later declared Thanksgiving a national holiday, but the Spirit of the holiday is based on the Feast of Tabernacles. In God’s Word when speaking about the millennial reign of Christ, He says,
“Then it will come about that any who are left of all the nations that went against Jerusalem will go up from year to year to worship the King, the Lord of host, and to celebrate the Feast of Booths. And it will be that whichever of the families of the earth does not go up to Jerusalem to worship the King, the Lord of hosts, there will be no rain on them. If the family of Egypt does not go up or enter, then no rain will fall on them; it will be the plague with which the Lord smites the nations who do not go up to celebrate the Feast of Booths.” Zechariah 14:16-18
The Feast of Booths or Tabernacles is one of three feasts that the Lord says will be celebrated “perpetually throughout your generations.” It has eternal significance to the Lord and is His appointed time to celebrate His Deliverance and Provision. Any nation that participates in the celebration will continue to enjoy His blessings, but the nation that does not will suffer the plague. America celebrates Thanksgiving, which is rooted in the Feast of Tabernacles. We are a blessed nation!
The Feast of Lights, or Hanukkah, is also about a struggle against persecution and regaining identity. In 167 BC, the tyrant ruler, Antiochus IV, of Greece outlawed Jewish religious observances and forced the Jews to conform to Greek culture. He desecrated their temple by offering a pig on the Lord’s altar and filling it with pagan idols.
The Jews rose up under the initial leadership of Matityahu and then by his son, Judah the Maccabee, and fought a three-year battle. Against all odds, the Maccabees finally defeated Antiochus’ armies and reclaimed Jerusalem in 164 BC. The Jews had regained their right to worship God and be who God created them to be. Their victory was reason to celebrate. They set to work rebuilding and purifying the Temple, but before they could hold a worship service they would need oil to light the lamp. They found only enough oil to light the lamp for one day. It would take eight days for oil to be consecrated, but they did not want to wait. They were eager to rededicate the Temple and worship God so they committed themselves and their resources to God and decided to go ahead anyway. The miracle came when the lamp did not go out for eight days until the next supply of oil was prepared. For this reason, Hanukkah is an eight-day celebration of God’s miracle-working deliverance and provision.
So today we celebrate the first day of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving. These two celebrations have never fallen on the same day since Abraham Lincoln established Thanksgiving as a national holiday in 1863. They will not coincide again for another 79,000+ years. Is God saying something to America today? I believe He is. He is sending a strong message of His Love and Desire to bless this nation. He is sending a reminder of Who He is – Deliverer and Provider – for His people. He is calling us to return to our roots and remember why we live in this nation. It is His doing! He established this Nation for His purpose. No government or worldly system can deliver us from the mess we are in, but He alone can. He has proven Himself faithful time and again. His Light burns brightly calling all those with eyes to see. Consider this:
Throughout the Word, God reveals His Presence in light. The first thing God created was light. A distinctive feature of the Feast of Tabernacles in Jesus’ day was the radiant light that emanated from the Temple. Huge menorahs lit up the Temple courts so brightly that their glow could be seen across the Judean hillsides. The menorahs were so big that the priests had to climb ladders to fill their bowls with oil. On the last night of the Feast, the menorahs were not lit. The brilliant light had been shining for seven days was giving way to darkness. It was on last day of the Feast, while Jesus was still in the Temple courts teaching, that He revealed Himself as the “Light of the World.”
Jesus clearly linked Himself to the fulfillment of the Feast of Tabernacles. He came in the flesh to dwell among us and He is the promised Light that had been spoken of through the prophets.
Further study of the timing of Jesus’ birth reveals that He was born during this Feast. Scripture shows that the angel visited Zechariah, the priest while he was on duty in the Temple. According to 2 Chronicles 24, Zechariah belonged to the division of Abijah which would have served in late June or early July. The angel said Elizabeth would have a son and as soon as Zechariah got back home, she became pregnant. Six months later Mary became pregnant by the Holy Spirit. This would have occurred during the Hanukkah season, which is called the Festival of Lights. From the last day of Hanukah to the first day of Tabernacles is 280 days, the exact length of a pregnancy.
Is it any wonder then that when speaking of the celebration of Hanukkah, the ancient Jewish historian Flavius Josephus narrates in his book Jewish Antiquities XII “And from that time to this we celebrate this festival, and call it Lights. I suppose the reason was, because this liberty beyond our hopes appeared to us; and that thence was the name given to that festival.” 1
In 1620 after landing at Plymouth, William Bradford, the leader of the Pilgrims wrote about their purpose in coming to America, “Thus out of small beginnings greater things have been produced by His hand that made all things of nothing, and gives being to all things that are; and, as one small candle may light a thousand, so the light here kindled hath shone unto many…”2
I believe that God is reminding us that Jesus is the Light of the World, He is our Savior, He is our Deliverer, and He is our Provision. He is calling us as a nation to return to Him, to put our trust in Him and to repent for driving Him out of our nation. He has not forgotten us, but we have forgotten Him. We have tried to figure this thing out and make it on our own, but it’s not working. There is still time, America, to return to the One that Delivers and Heals, but time is short.
To those that have grown weary in fighting for what is right, fighting to regain identity, fighting for the rights that God bestowed on us – Freedom and Liberty – I say, remember those that have gone before, the Israelites, the Pilgrims and many more….We are not alone in our pursuit of the Promised Land and we do not fight in vain. We stand our ground, God fights the battle. We give Him what little we have and He gives the increase. Believe in His miracle working power to sustain you until your next level of supply is formed. Miracles are on the way!
Thanksgiving brings joy, joy brings strength and strength brings victory! Praise God, today, no matter what you’re going through. He is here, and His desire is to bless. He loves us, He is not condemning us, He is beckoning us to come home!
Last month we had an 7.5 inches of rain fall within a couple hours. The hilly landscape at our house provided numerous opportunities for water to both fall off cliffs and create waterfalls, as well as pool in lower areas creating a massive rushing river through our ravine. It was an exciting time, yet a bit nerve-wracking. I suddenly saw how things could get dangerous in a matter of minutes. Thankfully, as soon as the rain slowed down, the river began to recede and danger was abated. Walking the property a few days later, I was very surprised at all that had happened during that storm. So, it was time for a discovery nature walk. The kids were encouraged to read the clues remaining on the land and figure out what had happened.
We discovered many fallen limbs, but this one was most interesting…..
Right between the children, the limb used to point straight up forming an L-shape. The storm caused the bottom limb to twist and split right down the middle, which caused the upper part of the L to fall to the ground. Very sad because it was a pretty tree!
A dam formed from the rushing water. Interesting how things pile up randomly.
The creek bed is about 5 feet below the back of this picture. You can see how deep and wide the river got by looking at the grass line.
This clue was pretty obvious. Where once this tall tree stood, now it was on the ground. It had plenty of leaves on it, but a closer look inside revealed a hollow center – a product of drought-sticken Texas.
A few more fallen limbs….
The dogs had a great time watching as the children drew what they were seeing.
Hi! My name is Laura and I have an 11 year old daughter and a 9 year old son. I am recently singled, and would love to meet other single Moms in this area.
I’m inviting all single, homeschooling Moms and their kids to a night at Elizabeth Milburn pool (in Cedar Park) on Wednesday, August 8 from 6-8pm. Single Moms have unique needs and I believe we can all help each other. The kids will benefit, as well, by meeting other kids that might be struggling with some of the same issues. If you’re interested in meeting other single Moms, please come and join us.
Please RSVP with your name and the number of kids you’ll be bringing. Your admission wristbands will be waiting for you at the gate.
Elizabeth Milburn Pool
1901 Sun Chase Boulevard
Cedar Park, TX 78613
To Locate us, look for the Champion Builders Center sign on the table!