Where’s Judy?

judy-squier-photoMy last blog entry – Where’s Dr. Dobson – was months ago. The question Where’s Judy is fitting after half a year of silence. Any authors out there will know what I mean when I say, “I’ve been MIA (Missing In Action) in the bowels of book publishing.” Following the most productive writing year of my life, I now sit in the Waiting Room eagerly anticipating the Proof copy of Living in the Names of God: His Majesty and Me.

One year ago on July 11, 2012 God signed me up to teach a Living in the Names of God bible study. Yet-to-write were my book and the accompanying bible study lessons. So my casual writing turned URGENT as I became locked into weekly deadlines of delivering a chapter and a lesson. Twenty-one chapters later the book will be available in August; the bible study will soon follow by the end of the year.

One year later Praise Squier (Alias for Judy Squier; Judy means praise) is singing God’s praise as I thank Him for His faithfulness in the completion of this next book. He’s carried me, inspired me, empowered me and resuscitated me every step of the way.

Living-in-the-Names-of-God_Cover_medium-resI pass on to you a section from the upcoming book about God’s love song, which has wooed me and WOWed. May you, too, hear Him singing. Blessed are we when we wake up and hear God singing His love song with our names in it!

“Yes, God Himself is the song when the music goes out of our lives. That’s one of the reasons I fell in love with eighteen of His Hebrew names. Each name has sung a unique love song from God’s heart to mine (and yours).

ELOHIM:
Remember I created you and have big plans for your life.

EL ELYON:
Feeling low? Allow Me to be your high.

JEHOVAH:
Whatever you need today, I AM.

JEHOVAH RAAH:
Nestle in, little lamb. You’re safe with me, your Good Shepherd.

JEHOVAH SHAMMAH:
Feeling alone? You can’t go anywhere that I’m not already there.

EL ROI:
Your pain is My pain. Be comforted knowing that I removed pain’s stinger on the cross.

JEHOVAH NISSI:
The battle is already won. Trust Me and raise the victory flag.

JEHOVAH TSIDKENU:
Allow Me to wipe your smudged slate clean.

EL SHADDAI:
Trade in all your insufficiencies for My All-Sufficiencies.

EL GIBBOR:
Allow Me to save the day.

JEHOVAH JIREH:
My more-than-enough exceeds your never-enough.

ADONAI:
Are you ready to hand over your life so I can bless you?

ADONAI TSURI:
Allow Me to be your rock-solid stability in life’s squalls.

JEHOVAH RAPHA:
I’m with you in your broken places.
Watch Me use them to heal you.

JEHOVAH SHALOM:
Experience My peace that guarantees
smooth sailing in every storm.

JEHOVAH MEKODDISHKEM:
Believe Me. My work in you will be a WOW!

EL OLAM:
Fret not. You are heaven-bound and in Me you can enjoy it now.

GO’EL:
My Specialty is transforming your wastelands into worshipful wonderlands.

My book Living in the Names of God is SOON to be available. Go to http://judysquier.com/book/living-in-the-names-of-god/ to check on book availability and for ordering.

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About Judy Squier

Judy Squier born without complete legs, learned early on about God's presence in suffering. She's been an inspirational speaker since age thirteen with a passion to help others find God's gold in the rubble of their lives. Judy is the mother of three adult daughters and lives with her husband, David, in southern Oregon.
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2 Responses to Where’s Judy?

  1. Connie Chan says:

    Dearest Judy,
    Congratulations on publishing a second book! I am so grateful to know you personally and am truly inspired by your testimony for the Lord. May the Lord continually bless you forever!

  2. Ruth Seidel says:

    Judy, Your life is an inspiration to me. I would love to share it with my friends. I attended a “tea” honoring you here in the Santa Cruz area a couple years ago, and have since wanted to share the experience again within this community. Would you consider coming to the Santa Cruz, CA, area to speak with a group of my acquaintances? If so, what would be the conditions, charges, etc.?
    I would appreciate your reply as to whether this might be a possibility, and the details.
    If you wish to contact me by telephone, my number is 831-464-9530. I am more likely to be home in the evenings.
    Thank you for your response.

    Ruth Seidel

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