This is Lynn Donovan's Typepad Profile.
Join Typepad and start following Lynn Donovan's activity
Join Now!
Already a member? Sign In
Lynn Donovan
Recent Activity
Oh Julie, THIS STORY.... THIS is just amazing. I want to share it on my FB page. May I? I can't thank you enough for taking time to write this down. I've been sooooooo encouraged. LOVE YOU SO MUCH. Let me know. Hugs. Lynn
Toggle Commented yesterday on Jesus, The Shepherd at Lynn Donovan
1 reply
Martha, I was right there with you. I always thought that hearing His voice was for those who were preachers. Oh Praise be to God that He so greatly desires to speak to us. I just cling to His voice. Love you girl!
Toggle Commented yesterday on Jesus, The Shepherd at Lynn Donovan
1 reply
Image
Friends, Today, let’s visit another aspect of Jesus that most of us find very relatable. Jesus, the Shepherd. My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me: And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Lynn Donovan
Martha, I love hearing about how Jesus draws people to Himself. It's so specific and unique and beautiful. Love you friend!!!
1 reply
Image
Jesus! It Is Finished Today, and perhaps for several post, let’s talk about the aspects of Jesus. Let’s discover some of His personality traits, how He interacts with humanity. Let’s discover how our intimacy with Christ brings into our lives His part of the personality of God. I know that... Continue reading
Posted Jul 28, 2020 at Lynn Donovan
Oh Martha, My goodness. I'm undone and have a lump in my throat. I really, really need to process this message. This message is welling up deep within. I sense the Lord prompting me to ask who I need to provide a blessings journal or a tight hug. OH Martha, this is one of the most powerful things you have ever written. I can't thank you enough for your vulnerability and your love. I learn so much from you. I adore you. I count it a privilege to be your friend. THANK YOU!!
1 reply
Oh Lisa, These are such great scriptures and references. AMEN.... And girl, I prayed for you this morning and have throughout the day. Keep marching. Love you.
1 reply
Image
We left our story in 1 Samuel 25 with Abigail meeting David with provisions and a great big “SORRY.” Whew, that sorry and the honor she bestowed upon David saved probably more than 100 people from bloodshed. (verse 33 & 34) She went home and arrived to ANOTHER drunken banquet. – Ugh! Abigale was likely exhausted, angry at her mean husband, overwhelmed by the thought of what could have happened to everyone she loved on the ranch. And she came home, perhaps, somehow hoping her husband might ask her where she’d been and where she had disappeared to. NOPE. He was very drunk. The next morning when he sobered up and was in his right mind, she told him all about it. And the craziest thing happened. Then in the morning, when Nabal was sober, his wife told him all these things, and his heart failed him and he became... Continue reading
Posted Jul 26, 2020 at Spiritually Unequal Marriage
Image
Todays passage, 1 Samuel 25. Abigail was married to a wicked, unbeliever, Nabal (Hebrew name means mean, base, vile, unbeliever) who denied support to the future King of Israel. And if you read through 1 Samuel 25 again today, you will notice how much this woman was a woman of deep faith. And just as it is today when we face enormous challenges and situations, that we often cannot change, it’s our faith that develops and lives strong within. Hallelujah. Now we know David sent men to ask for supplies after protecting the House of Nabal all summer. Nabal denied all provision and insulted the men who then turned back and told David all about it. David, being a passionate man, arose, dawned a sword along with 400 of his gang and set out to kill and ransack the House of Nabal. Fortunately, the servants, by the way the servants... Continue reading
Posted Jul 23, 2020 at Spiritually Unequal Marriage
Vidya, You are such a beautiful voice here and to others in this world. And I love your heart and how you are pursuing God. I can't wait to one day, meet you face-to-face and hug your neck. Keep marching my dear friend. Love you.
1 reply
Martha, How is it that I get to walk this journey out with you??? Your tender heart and love for our Lord inspires me. Oh what fun to venture into greater understanding of the Holy Spirit!!! WAHOO!
1 reply
Image
SUMers, I could write for days about 1 Samuel, chapter 25. Whoa. There is so much in here. So, get a cup, sit down, strap in, and hold on as we jump in and learn from God’s Word. Hallelujah! PLEASE go read the chapter, click here for the NIV version. I’m going to be teaching from the NIV as well as the One New Man Bible which is a direct rendering from the Hebrew. Ahhhhh, we are granted a rich and deeper understanding when we look at the original language. The setting: The books of Samuel are a history of the Priesthood in Israel and the Kings of Israel. It’s the telling of how the people of God left Him as their King and turned to an earthly King. Samuel means heard of God. This was because his mother prayed for a baby and God heard her. Read that story,... Continue reading
Posted Jul 19, 2020 at Spiritually Unequal Marriage
Image
The Trinity I’ve come to realize that a great number of God’s people struggle to truly understand the Trinity. And I’ll be honest, for many years, I was one of them. It blew my mind to consider God as three people. I mean, come on, how is that possible. So,... Continue reading
Posted Jul 19, 2020 at Lynn Donovan
I really never have a script and love a lively and interesting interview. This interview with Rabbi Eric Walker was just that, lively and unscripted. Hope you are encouraged. I love you Marching Warriors. Let me remind you........ WE WIN! In Jesus name. Hallelujah! Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2020 at Lynn Donovan
V, I can't wait to share it. It's something I never considered that I would make into a book. That was Father's idea. Love you.
Toggle Commented Jul 13, 2020 on Mantle of Boldness by Lynn Donovan at Lynn Donovan
1 reply
Vidya, Hallelujah. Jesus completely heals. It's interesting about your family. And yes, kick any demonic legal rights out of your family bloodline and seal you and your family to the blood covenant of Jesus Christ. Love you girl. Your March is astonishing. WAHOO!!
Toggle Commented Jul 13, 2020 on The Spirit of Suicide at Lynn Donovan
1 reply
JB, That is an interesting thought. I hadn't considered how that might affect health. Health and healing are a fascinating and complex issue in the Kingdom. I plan to do some writing about that in the future. It's always right to pray and ask the Lord to remove any legal rights the enemy may, perhaps, have. And always in the name of Jesus. And covered by His blood. Love you. Keep Marching. Our complete healing and wholeness is what Jesus' redemption offers. It's learning to step into it. I'm still in the process myself. Love you.
Toggle Commented Jul 13, 2020 on The Spirit of Suicide at Lynn Donovan
1 reply
Image
This past week I felt so honored to be a guest on a number of radio shows that aired across the world. Humbled and truly honored and so thankful. What was interesting to me is how diverse the interviews turned out to be. Although we were discussing virtually the same... Continue reading
Posted Jul 12, 2020 at Lynn Donovan
Typepad HTML Email Wow, cool. Ill watch for your email. Hugs
Toggle Commented Jul 9, 2020 on Mantle of Boldness by Lynn Donovan at Lynn Donovan
1 reply
Oh my dear Martha, this is indeed difficult. We all need talks like this with our Father to help us process pain and view the circumstance through His eyes and voice. I so relate to this and as I read it, a name came into my mind. I'll be going now to release a blessing. Love you my friend.
1 reply
Cindy, Everything you have learned in the last several years is leading you NOW into your greatest victories and adventures. Keep me posted. I don't want to miss anything the Lord is doing through you.... WAHOOOOOO!!!
Toggle Commented Jul 8, 2020 on Mantle of Boldness by Lynn Donovan at Lynn Donovan
1 reply
Cat, I stand with you for all that you are praying. I speak this mantle of boldness over you. Your voice is no longer silent nor stolen. You are a child of the Most High God. Hallelujah!!!!
Toggle Commented Jul 8, 2020 on Mantle of Boldness by Lynn Donovan at Lynn Donovan
1 reply
Pam, Girl, thank you. As I working through the edits, I felt the Holy Spirit, the angelic and the Lord. I can't wait to read the entire thing again myself. Hugs. :)
Toggle Commented Jul 8, 2020 on Mantle of Boldness by Lynn Donovan at Lynn Donovan
1 reply
Wow Martha, What would that have been like? I wonder, did he ever publish a book? It would be amazing to review those teachings. I'm convinced we are living in that season right now. Girl, for such a time as this.... WAHOO!!! Lord, we say, YES. We want it all. If it's in your book and for your children, we want more. AMEN
Toggle Commented Jul 8, 2020 on Mantle of Boldness by Lynn Donovan at Lynn Donovan
1 reply
Image
It’s an honor and privilege to share with the listeners on the Equipped show with Chris Books, Moody Radio, the amazing journey I took marching around Jericho and my unsaved spouse's faith journey. Chris is an amazing host and our conversation covered many aspects of living and praying for our unsaved spouses. VISIT THE BROADCAST PAGE: Praying For Your Unsaved Spouse. Chris Brooks & Lynn Donovan The broadcast interview will be Tuesday, July 7 from 1 to 2 pm CENTRAL; 11-12 noon PACIFIC time. Visit the station and listen in: Moody Radio Welcome to all who have come to this church without walls, to find love, encouragement and hope for your marriage. If you are new, grab your copy of Marching Around Jericho, and start your march this week. Also, visit our new here page and find our community. Leave a prayer request in the comments and we will pray... Continue reading
Posted Jul 6, 2020 at Spiritually Unequal Marriage