Published by Jerry Baysinger on 22 Aug 2014


The very first thought I had when waking up this morning was to hear the words “Precision Steering” in my spirit.  Well, it didn’t surprise me how the LORD was already guiding my thoughts to focus on today’s article, so here we go. As some car enthusiasts say, “Get in, sit down, fasten your seat belt and hang on tight, we’re going for a ride”. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 15 Aug 2014


We can all remember the dreaded “busy signal” when we tried to call someone on the phone, and their line was busy because the phone was either off the hook, or else they were talking to someone else.  What if your call is really important, and you can’t get through to the party you are trying to call?   When God calls you, does He get a busy signal? Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 08 Aug 2014


During the past week I’ve been working on our ministry’s motor home, having rebuilt the engine, and now working on the transaxle.  Let me say, you don’t know what dirty is until you’ve worked on a diesel vehicle. I mean, diesel grease is tenacious and if you get near it, it’s on you and doesn’t easily come off.  It gets into your skin and not much will remove it.   And every day working on it reminds me of what our Savior has done for us. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 01 Aug 2014


The Lord Jesus spoke a parable about the kingdom of heaven and ten virgins. How does this parable relate to this particular time we are in? Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 25 Jul 2014


It seems like time is speeding up these days.  And today everything moves so fast that the day is over before you know it, and at the end of the day half of the stuff you meant to do is left for another day because there just wasn’t time to do it all.  Is it any wonder then why so many say “I’d really like to spend more time with the LORD, but there just aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done.” In my youth, there was always time to not only get all my work done, but have time to have fun, plus help a neighbor in need if necessary. The last time I checked, there were still 24 hours in a day, but it’s what we do with those 24 hours that makes a difference. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 18 Jul 2014


If someone wanted to be a blessing to you, would you tell them to depart from you?  If so, then why?  That’s a subject well worth looking into.  I believe there’s more here than meets the eye with the casual look we usually offer.  In fact, it may be exactly why many of those seeking healing have not yet seen the manifestation of it. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 11 Jul 2014


The Holy Spirit is leading me back in the direction of healing today.  Many have told me they believe healing went out with the ministry of Jesus and the original disciples, and that’s why we don’t see a lot of healing miracles today. Well, before we come to that conclusion, let’s see what Jesus had to say about it. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 04 Jul 2014


Today the 4th of July is Independence Day in the USA.  On this day we celebrate the day we became an independent nation.  The Founding Fathers of this Nation declared their independence from the King of England, not wanting to be any longer under the King’s rule.  That sort of thing has been going on for countless years, in that people want to be free to make their own choices and live as they choose.  We call it “freedom”.  But what is freedom, really? Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 27 Jun 2014


Whether we realize it or not, every Christian is a preacher of the Gospel.  Preaching the Gospel is not only done by speaking.  Our actions speak much louder than words, and if the life you live before others is not in line with the Word of God, then obviously you are not preaching the same Gospel that Christ Jesus preached. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 20 Jun 2014


If you were being attacked, you would feel much safer if you had a fortress around you, right?  In days of old, people built massive fortresses to protect them and their loved ones.  Some were so large they could encompass an entire community within their walls, and woe to anyone who dared to breach those walls to harm them. But a fortress had one serious drawback: you had to stay there in order to enjoy its protection.  You see, it just wasn’t possible to pick it up and carry it with you, so you were pretty much stuck in there.  What we really need is a mobile fortress…. Continue Reading »

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