This Little Light of Mine

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Sometimes Christians don’t “shine” as brightly as they would like. Today, we consider the words, “forgotten” and “faint” to start the conversation.
We begin with an update on Nancy Missler’s recovery.
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This Little Light of Mine: Part 2

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This Little Light of Mine — 19 Comments

  1. Wow…the Lord brought me here today for this word! Once again, Nancy’s ministry has ministered to me in a profound way! May the Lord continue to use you to reach those hungering to know Him more!
    I pray for Nancy frequently!

  2. This little light of mine videos are very comforting. They make me feel like someone really cares. Are you people going to make any more of them? If so when? I thank God for people like you. I love you all. Thank you all very much.

  3. Thank you sooo much for your blessed video.Especially part two, I have been doing something that would take my time away from God and I felt empty, lonely and felt like my joy had left me. but praise be to God, He is slowly pulling me away and I feel free and peace and joyful once again.I feel I’ve been in bootcamp for a while and although I’m not yet finished, I can feel that God has a purpose for me somewhere.May God bless you Nancy,Debbie and Tim, your families and ministry and keep up the God work. but please pray for me that I do not go back too what used to pull me away from Christ, that God gives me strength when temptation comes.
    God bless you all

    Behold, how good and how pleasant it is
    For brethren to dwell together in unity!
    It is like the precious oil upon the head,
    Running down on the beard,
    The beard of Aaron,
    Running down on the edge of his garments.
    It is like the dew of Hermon,
    Descending upon the mountains of Zion;
    For there the Lord commanded the blessing—
    Life forevermore. Psalms 133

  4. I continue to enjoy & benefit from your short videos. You all are very genuine & transparent in your sharing. I am grateful to be able to listen to you. God continue to bless you & give you His wisdom. Walking by faith & rejoicing in HOPE,
    Jeanne S.

  5. I’m looking for the King’s Highway Ministry in facebook. I’ve gone to the contact page and I see I should search for The King. I have, but there are MANY in the list. I’ve several times and none seem to be this King’s Highway Ministry. Is it possible for the webmaster to make a link to the fb page instead of search for? Thank you very much. I think I might have ‘Liked’ you, but I’m not positive. It’s difficult to see all the ones I’ve liked, at least using the browser Chrome. I’m not sure if it’s a Chrome thing or an fb thing.
    Thank you so very much!!

    • Hi Katie,
      That’s a great question! Throughout the website you will see a Facebook icon at the top of the right sidebar, along with some others. If you click on that one, it will take you to our Facebook page. At the end of every page, after the content is a Facebook Like button.
      The URL for the Facebook page is When we set up the page, we were surprised at how many others used the name, or some form of it.
      BTW our name uses “High Way” instead of “Highway”. For more background you can read about our name here:
      Searching for “Nancy Missler” can also be helpful on Facebook and Youtube.

  6. I love you all at Kings Highway and you are so right about what is happening. I was just talking to my mom about this and I was blown away by how clear God was giving me confirmation through these two messages. God bless you all I am praying for you.

  7. We are enjoying these comments very much! Along with the insights, I have appreciated the encouragement, too! Thank you, each one! More people are arriving here to see the videos – we hope you’ll join in and leave a comment for everyone!

  8. my sweet Nancy. I so appreciate the updates on your condition. It helps to focus my prayers for you and also gives me renewed assurance of God’s grace and peace to you in the midst of this struggle. Thank you for sharing the process and progress with us and love to you and Chuck and your family.

  9. Good morning Tim and Debbie. What a beautiful way to start the day. I feel like I’m right there at the house in Coeur d’Alene! Praise God for Nancy’s continued healing. Thank you for your encouragement. We truly need to keep our eyes focused on Him and die to self daily. Okay then, I’m ready to go out there…well, after bible study ; )

  10. WOW…..what awesome truths, I love 3 concepts that the Lord has given to KHW, when I truly began to devote myself to His teachings and promptings, He began by showing me Romans 12:1-2 (my favorite text, along with the Beatitudes), the transforming power of dying to self, then He began to show me and fill me with His agapao love as I died. Now He is teaching me about trust, through the Garden message, and single focus on Him and His provision and not on that “other” tree. I thank the Lord for teachings by K-House and KHW, and for setting the captives free. A comment about the valley of the “shadow” of death, J Vernon Mcgee stated once that when we are born we begin our walk through the valley and it lasts for our entire life, BUT God is there with us. Many blessings to you ALL.

  11. Nancy, how joyful we are to hear of your recovery! All praise to our amazing God who loves us so much. We will continue to pray for you and Chuck. May The Lord continue to direct you in the ministry He has entrusted you both with. I am working on a rather lengthy letter to you about what God has done in me through your ministry these last 6 yrs. I hope to send it shortly. In Christ, Yolanda

  12. Dearest Nancy

    I have just tuned in to “this little light” via my i pad. BLESS the Lord for your recovery. I am thinking about you driving for the first time since “your trial”‘ how awesome is our Father in heaven? Inspiring. We do give God the glory. Here in the Uk, ( Southport Merseyside) to be precise Peter and I have been so blessed to pray for you, also our wonderful brother and teacher Chuck, along with all your annointed team.
    I must seek God more, for guidance, and more revelation re. “this little light of mine”. Shalom BLESSINGS. Your Sister in Yeshua. Norma

  13. Darling Nancy, it seems you have been through the mill, bigtime!! But what a testimony to God’s love and goodness-and what a witness to people who never bother to give Jesus the time of day!! May your healing be total and you soon return to NZ-there are many people who constantly think of you-pray for you. Be greatly encouraged Nancy-with much love, Bev H.

  14. Dear, dear Nancy, We stand amazed at God’s very special miracles He is doing for you. You have glorified the Lord so as to bless His heart deeply & His response of Love for you is such a blessing to behold. Praise God. Love, Kay

  15. Wow! Your message sure strikes a chord with me. Becoming a Christian as an adult has been an extremely challenging thing for me. It’s not a question of my relationship with God, or my belief in His word. My struggle has been with the church. I never realized the culture of “church” would be so difficult. After several years of trying to figure out how church worked and how to fit in, my husband told me to think of church as college. It’s a gathering of people who want to be educated together about God, but the likelihood of developing encouraging, loving relationships was probably not going to happen. Have I felt forgotten? Yes. Has it caused me to grow faint? Yes. What do I do about it? Wait upon God and know that what is most important is that He remembers me, and He will never grow faint in my relationship with Him. Do I hope things will change in my Christian walk? Yes, my one word for this year is “renew”. I ask God make my Christian life fresh and new. Forgotten and faint slowly chisel away at our hearts, so I pray that God works in a mighty way in all the lives of those who feel this way, including me 🙂

  16. Dearest Debbie and Tim, it is soooo good to hear the words that you speak in the Little Light of Mine videos. They have joined the puzzle of words that the Spirit has planted in my heart but I just have not been able to piece them together, not knowing why I feeling the way that I am even though I know that I am walking with the Lord, feeling defeated in my mind a lot of the times even though I am so thankful for all that the Lord has done in my life and how He has carried me through my lows, gifted me joy in my highs and just walking with me when it’s calm. It just has been a bit cloudy lately and I can’t seem to shake it off. But everything (and I mean everything) that you both have said is sooo true and fits so well with what has been on my mind and in my heart.

    I have listened to Nancy’s The Way of Agape audio messages a number of times because I could never get around to the text book being a busy single mum with children from the ages of 9 to 17. I do know that I need to reach out to others who can encourage me and have the same passion for Christ and His teachings the way that I have but it is so hard to find them (I have also moved to a new town). Like you said, the world is such a different place and my mind is constantly having this battle with what’s out there, what we and our children are exposed to. But I am encouraged by the hope that you have fanned in me to continue in my faith, and saturate and equip myself in His Word so that I can remain apart of that plan God is building, the plan that Debbie mentioned of God having His people in place and springing them up.

    I know that my weakness is also having the courage to encourage others and to help God fan their passion. My passion to be that Chart 5 is not fanned because of my lack of courage and confidence being surrounded by Christians who too do not have that passion or don’t even know it or know what Chart 5 is. There are just so many Christians that are not equipped and a lot don’t want to be equipped because the temptations and “rewards” of the world is too attractive to resist. The imprints of many values placed in things of the world growing up can at times be hard to change as I have experienced myself. But The Way of the Agape has taught me a lot, renewed a lot of my mind and transformed me on the inside. I know that God is paving the way for me, HIS way of getting me there and I just pray that He will increase the courage in me and that I will claim on His promise that He has given me the Spirit of power and strength, and not of timidity (I say this to my kids but I need to listen to myself too). I just need to capture my will in obedience to Christ (and I pray that I can), to let Jesus flow through me no matter how tired I might be physically, mentally and emotionally.

    I too have Nancy’s Be Ye Transform audio message and textbook. In fact, the Lord has a number of times tapped me on my shoulder to remind me to get right into the textbooks but it has been hard to encourage myself, being distracted by other books or readings. I am thinking that perhaps I should make a request for my Bible Study group to consider doing this together after our current study of Christian Virtues. Please pray for me to do that and for God to open their hearts and minds to this proposal that I feel will change all of our lives.

    Debbie and Tim, Thank You soooo much for your message. You and your team guided by the truly amazing Nancy remind me of the purest salt of the earth, the ones with the most healing of powers. And this is true of the actual salt of the earth. Have you heard of the Himalayan Salt which really packs a punch? The ones that I have are granules that are pinkish in colour (the kind of pink that I think women would love to have coloured on their cheeks, just naturally beautiful). Growing up we have often used normal salt mixed in water to heal any sore throats and they usually take a few days to heal even when you treat them at onset, or not at all. But the Himalayan Salt takes it away within a day or two as my children will attest. Now, I don’t even need to nag them to get to the Himalayan Salt. As soon as they are reminded, they happily guggle and drink it knowing that their throats will be healed within a day or two. So too are you and your team – your words pack a punch and your passionate spirit are contagious that even just listening to you brings healing, reconciliation and the settlement of peace in my heart (and I am sure to the hearts and minds of many others) because they hold true to the words that God have already sown in us many Christians. Thank you for letting me write my thoughts. In Agape, Jen

  17. Your timing on this couldn’t be better…. those two words are exactly what I’ve been feeling for months now….. it seems like church just doesn’t want to be bothered with people who feel forgotten or faint of heart…. it seems like no one wants you around unless you are up and happy all the time, which is so difficult in these end days. These videos spoke to me deeply and I believe the Lord is answering all of us to help us get through this time and will help us all finish well! Thank you so much! May God bless you all and your efforts, protect you and keep you!

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