The High King Lives

Day 1 – Expectations July 3, 2013

Hello dear ones! I know this is mainly for women but I had to reblog. The Peaceful Wife has a great series she’s starting on The Respect Dare. I got the book last night and I’m really excited about this journey. Wives please join us. I dare ya ;)! God bless & remember the High King lives! ~Amber Dover
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The Peaceful Wife



I am THRILLED to be on this adventure with you as we begin a 40 day walk through The Respect Dare by Nina Roesner.!

If you don’t have a copy of the book yet, you can certainly get one – either version.  If you can’t get the book, that is ok – we will still be learning and growing spiritually together as godly wives.  I, for one, am very excited about all that God has done and is doing and all that He will do in my own life and marriage and in yours!


  • I am not at liberty to quote The Respect Dare to repeat the exact dares.

What we will do is talk about our experience with the dares and I am going to be talking about general topics.

You are all very welcome and encouraged to share your struggles, what you are learning, what…

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January 30, 2013

Great post Ali! 🙂 Enjoy the reblog friends.
God bless & remember the High King lives! ~Amber Dover

It's a God thing...

Ever met anyone whose favourite expression is ‘I’m sorry’?

Some might consider it an admirable trait to be perpetually penitent.

And certainly humility is a good thing, as is taking ownership when we really have done something wrong. But to be continually self-deprecatory? To constantly assume we’re the ones in the wrong?…

Some people seem to be almost apologising for their existence. And when you’ve had parents who’ve put you down, and made it hard for you to prove your worth in their eyes… well, it’s easy to then assume the worst about yourself in every situation.

To take on the default stance of ‘I’m sorry’ indicates a mindset that everything is always your fault. Or that perhaps you desperately need to maintain the image of being kind, compliant, easygoing. Or maybe, as in my case, you’re avoiding conflict. Ensuring I take credit for mishaps that might be another person’s…

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Paul’s thorn in the flesh? August 29, 2012

Paul’s thorn in the flesh?.

Enjoy this reblog 🙂 God bless and remember the High King lives! ~Amber Dover


August 8, 2012

Here’s a great reblog :). I’m really enjoying reading the Peaceful Wife’s blog. If you get a chance check out her testimony. I hope you have an inspirational Wednesday! God bless & remember the High King lives!~Amber Dover


June 20, 2012

I love this inspirational message. Thanks God Girl. I’m happy to reblog :). I hope this will show up in email. If not you can read it on my actual webpage. I, too, have played the Martha. But really if the dishes pile up it’s not the end of the world. Sometimes it’s hard to see the big picture for the pile of laundry. This is a great reminder to see the big picture. God bless & remember the High King Lives! ~Amber Dover

It's a God thing...

This morning I think I just might have blissed out… And no, not by means of an ayurvedic massage inspired by ancient practices in the Himalayan mountains or anything like that. But in the domestic sense.

Call me crazy, but I had my hands in hot, soapy washing-up water, and could hear the washing machine gently tumbling our clothes a few metres away… And I found this sudden, immense satisfaction in everything becoming clean. Last night’s feasting became today’s dirty dishes, but now they were glistening, spotless and white again. I actually looked forward to the machine finishing its cycle so I could stand in the sunshine and peg them up carefully. In these moments of simple reflection and uncomplicated living, I was completely, unalterably happy.

Before you roll your eyes at me, let’s put this into context of the week I’d had before.

Nothing could bliss me out back then. OK, let’s be honest – I was a nightmare to live with. Everything was…

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April 18, 2012

Happy Inspirational Wednesday and thank you GodGirl for this heartfelt post! God bless and Remember The High King Lives!~Amber Dover

It's a God thing...

Ever witnessed a group of people that seem like noisy, over-fed chickens? They flap their ‘feathers’ wildly and squawk about, showing off their knowledge, preening, posturing… indulging in delusions about themselves and the rest of their ‘coop’. These kinds of people love to gossip and make judgements on others’ lives, as if somehow they have the authority to do so…

Perhaps we’re all a bit like this, especially in those times we feel loneliness or weakness. Talking about others behind their backs – or letting a narky comment slip – might temporarily make us feel better about our pain, or relieve boredom – and make us feel like at least we know something others don’t.

I admire people for whom negative comments are water off a duck’s (chicken’s?) back, though they are probably fictional. You can’t be human if an ignorant assumption doesn’t get to you from time to time. I mean, many of us ignore massive abuse from our past for years without confronting it. Of course we’re going to have…

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Inspirational Wednesday: Unhealthy Competition (Reblog from Daily Focus) March 28, 2012

Reblog from Daily Focus devo I get. Click on the link to read the rest 🙂

“And whosoever of you will be the chiefest, shall be servant of all” (Mark 10:44).

“I never encouraged competition between my four children while homeschooling, but it happened anyway……”

“Christ’s disciples weren’t any different. When following Jesus on Earth, a great debate arose among them. Wanting to know where they fit into the future scheme of things, James and John, the sons of Zebedee, foolishly asked Jesus if they could sit on either side of Him in heaven (Mark 10:37).”

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God bless and remember The High King Lives!~Amber Dover


February 29, 2012

Had to reblog for another Inspirational Wednesday post. This is a great article. I’m surprised by how many people that believe Christianity is stuffy & boring. I’ve never drank, smoked, or had premarital sex and I am definitely not a fuddy duddy. I’ve danced in the rain before. There are so many fun things you can do that DON’T involve sin. God gave us this huge planet to explore and enjoy. I guarantee you they weren’t sitting around meditating in the garden of Eden. God’s version of paradise (the true version) was a couple running around naked eating alot and hanging out with the animals. Father God created laughter & all things beautiful….he’s not boring…..he’s breathtaking 🙂
If you’re somewhere that sucks the joy out of living then you need to study your word and be careful…you are probably in a cult (I’ve been there). Run for your life! God bless & remember The High King lives! ~Amber Dover


Very good article….there are so many opinions on this subject. But the good news is that the Bible is clear that Jesus Christ WILL be coming back. I don’t believe the world will end in 2012…..we may have some major disasters etc but it won’t end….alot has to happen before the actual end…..and it’s more like a beginning anyways….a new Heaven and Earth…a reign of peace under the true High King. It’s always darkest before the dawn 🙂
God bless & remember The High King Lives! ~Amber Dover

J.S. Park: Hospital Chaplain, Skeptical Christian

thepassionsoflife asked:

Thank you for answering my previous questions. I enjoy hearing what you have to say about these topics! So I was wondering…what do you think of the end of times? Personally, it’s a subject that is of extreme fascination to me. What do you think of the book of Revelations? Do you think we’ll see the end of the Earth as we know it in our life time? How do you think it will happen? I would love to hear your thoughts. I’m actually taking an English class on the subject, and I’m really looking forward to learning all about the topic, as it has interested me for so long yet I never got a chance to study it. God Bless and keep on preaching the Good News!

Thanks for the encouragement! I’ll simplify it the best I can for you here. The End Times — not just…

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Inspirational Wednesday: Our Universe Staggering in Size and Beauty – from Fruit of the Word February 22, 2012

Our Universe Staggering in Size and Beauty – Fruit of the Word | Fruit of the Word.

I can’t reblog this because the author isn’t using wordpress but I wanted to give you the link. So farI like this person’s apologetics ministry  from the articles I’ve read. There’s a video included in this post with some beautiful images. The video isn’t from a Christian source so there are some things I don’t agree with. I believe in a young earth that was created by God.  Chew up the meat and spit out the bones I always say….


God bless and remember The High King lives! ~Amber Dover