Allegorical Reality of the Donkey, Colt, and Jesus

I am someone who was in church even while I was in the womb. Only to say that when I listen to Dr. Kay Fairchild, I feel like a mere babe in the faith, as some say. I mean, I’ve watched and listened and spent probably thousands of hours studying the Bible and listening to speakers. Even more in meditation. And I feel like I know so little when I listen to Dr. Kay Fairchild.

Do not be intimidated. We are also invited to seek God and wisdom is also available to us in equal measure. And I’m learning that is where so many may fall short – searching the Scriptures, but neglecting to seek answers from God. I was there. Probably for the majority of my years. Again, no condemnation.

So that being said, this was another fantastic talk from Dr. Kay Fairchild. Blew my mind in the best way. So many questions I’ve had. My knower was resounding a very loud “YES!” Over and over. I don’t feel the need to qualify the information right now; I’ve barely taken it in myself. But I trust Spirit in you to lead and to guide for whatever is good to be healed. So, if you are interested, I dare you to give it a go – eat the meat and spit out the bones. 🙂

I was personally very encouraged. This week I decided I unfortunately needed to give myself even more distance from pretty much all the people that are still associated with the congregation I was a part of before this already included message transformed everything for me. And when I was making that decision, the following words of Jesus came to me: “Nor do they put new wine into old wineskins, or else the wineskins break, the wine is spilled, and the wineskins are ruined. But they put new wine into new wineskins, and both are preserved.”

After I made the decision, I communicated it and those words to another person.

Then I had the desire to listen to some of Dr. Kay Fairchild to refresh my mind, get it refocused. My version of not forsaking the gathering of the saints, per se. And how encouraged I was to then hear Dr. Kay Fairchild speak on those words from Jesus. Specifically those words. And then the surrounding message. Just a big hug from Trinity.

Of course I miss people. But even Dr. Kay Fairchild’s ending solidified the message for me: that I don’t have to worry about other people’s spiritual walk. That I can focus on my own life. And trust that Holy Spirit is ever calling and ever healing everyone else. In whatever time and whatever way works best for them. I can literally let go and by myself. I don’t have to worry.

I get so excited about experiencing God; I want everyone else to join the party! But I can rest. Everyone is already included. And everything will be okay in the end. I truly believe that. But I don’t think we’re anywhere near the end. Maybe even just beginning. So, just relax and trust God will bring people to me when the time is right. And it will be way more beautiful than if I try yet again to change their minds when they are not yet interested.

That might sound judgy, but I don’t mean it that way. I’m sad not to be able to rejoice with those I want to celebrate with, but I know I’m not better than anyone. I can only say that I am a seeker and not satisfied with pat answers. But even that only comes from having so many people prove themselves liars over the years. So even that isn’t my own.

So, on that note – for those that are interested in hearing Dr. Kay Fairchild blow your mind: 

(So ironic to me that early on when I was even a teenager, people introduced me to Kay Arthur. Two Kays. How interesting. A quick search indicates that Arthur means “bear”. And bears sometimes represent judgement in the Bible. And Fairchild means “beautiful child”. And Kay means “rejoice”. )

“the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.”


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