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Let me first say that it's your time and it's your turn! This is the season of the manifestation of the sons of God (Romans 8:31), yielding forth fire, glory, greater, increase, acceleration, etc. However, it's not short of warfare… and we thank God for all of it! I say that because maybe you're like me in that this year [has yielded forth some] unexpected things of life that you had no control over. From losing my job; to my husband's health issues; to personal family matters; so far, this year has been real. And yet...read more inside...
This scripture has always perplexed me when Philip asked Jesus to show them the Father (John 14:8-14). Jesus responded by saying: "Have I been so long time with you, and yet you have not known me Philip?" What was Jesus saying to Philip? He was saying that you've been with me all this time, seen miracles, the sick healed, ate with me, lived with me, seen demons cast out, and witnessed my character…and you still don't realize that I and my Father are one? Read more inside...
In this season, I believe that God is bringing all things in divine order to His will. He is moving us by His Spirit to come into alignment (positioning) and agreement (harmony) with His will for our lives, His church, and the world. God is a God of order. We must remember that the message of the Kingdom spread through persecution in the early church. The early church had gotten comfortable with Jerusalem as its headquarters and base, they had all things common, no need or lack among them, and they were content to stay right where they were. After all, they were teaching people about Jesus; people were getting saved, healed, and delivered; but one thing they lacked was fulfilling the full commission of Christ to the entire world...and not just the world they knew (Matthew 28). Read more inside...
Have you ever wondered what was Peter and the other disciples doing that would attract the enemy's attention so much so that he would desire permission to sift them (Luke 22:31-33)? Well, I have. For one, they were called by Jesus, chosen by Jesus, and covered by Jesus to change the world! That, in and of itself, would seem to be enough seeing that the enemy certainly wanted to stop that from happening. Read more inside...
What does it mean to live with resolve? Well, living with resolve is the firm decision to stay on course, stay with one's own convictions, and refusal to compromise and conform to the status quo. Specifically, the word resolve is defined: 1. To come to a definite decision about. 2. To solve or settle as a problem. 3. To make up one's mind; firm fitness or purpose (The Random House Dictionary). Jesus lived his life with resolve. He was completely sold out to the will of the Father determining never to exercise his own will independently of the Father's for his own judgment or acts; rather he lived a life of humbleness to God which reinforced his commitment to the Father's will (John 5:30). Find out how you too can live with resolve inside...
Have you been seeking God as to how Jesus was able to do what he did and not get distracted, over burdened, and overwhelmeed in ministry? It is sometimes difficult to minister to others and not become consumed and over-burdened with the responsibilities of ministry. Find out how you can succeed inside...