Carolyn “Charismata” Weaver

New Beginnings

Over the years, I’ve learned that even when words may feel imminent, they have a process.

Come and Drink

The words on the paper page came into focus again.  “but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. 

A Crisis of Goodness

Our hope and trust is in God, who is good, who is love, whose throne is built on justice and righteousness. 

The Flood

The best choice is leaning back into the waters — entrusting my life and those I love into the hands of God, who loves me and will work everything out for my good.

Light in the Night

On the darkest night, at the moment when all hope seemed lost, a cry of joy cracked open the heavens.

The Power of a Word

Isn’t it wild how God can use such a simple word to bring revelation, identity, and freedom?

The Lighthouse

I felt on edge, and though I wanted to spend this special time with my girl, I was nervous.

Editing God: Don’t Build a Counterfeit

Eve counters the serpent with an addition to what the instruction had been, “You shall not eat of it, neither shall you touch it, or you will die.” We have been editing God ever since.

Arise, My Bride

Rise from the dust, my Bride, while there is still time. Take your place. Take your place by my side. We will war together.

Pain Can’t Hurt Me?

There have many times since then that the Holy Spirit has reminded me of those words spoken to me. “Pain can’t hurt you.”

Because I’m Free

Jesus has faithfully, ever so lovingly and patiently, taken me by the hand and led me out. He guided me through that hurricane, into sunshine.

One Quiet Night

How can the One who created the universe be confined in flesh? thought the mother. “Jesus. His name is Jesus,” Joseph simply stated.

He Prefers Stables

He prefers stables, delights in homeless addicts, and comes to heal our broken, wayward hearts. I pray, as you end this year, that you, too, will find Him in the unexpected places, in the secret place in your heart!

Do You See What I See?

A few days ago, Father God posed the question to me, “Do you see what I see?” I think I may have heard Him humming the tune to me. 

The Pretenders

I really believe God loves His Bride, and we are in a time of God exposing corruption in religious leaders, as well as in government.