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The Difference ….

I often find myself telling my children that they have to be held accountable for their own actions.  I often tell them that you cannot look at everyone and  allow what they are doing to determine your behavior and the actions you make. I tell them that they are held at a different standard than the other children. So, what they may see “Sally” get away with, they have to know things are different for them.

I had this same revelation earlier this week and I had the opportunity to actually apply that same principle to my life.  A lot of times in the body of Christ we often see others do and get away with certain things that we necessarily cannot get away with.

We often find ourselves asking God

“How come “Sally” can do this but I cannot?”

God’s response is simple

“To whom much is given, much is required” (KJV)

Its that simple. Keep in mind, that does not take away from anyone else and their purpose and destiny in Christ nor does it give you room to boast and degrade.

But it should show you and demonstrate the seriousness of your calling and what God has entrusted you with

….the latter part of Luke 12:48 says”

“and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked.” (NIV)

I have realized that sometimes there are things you must uphold within your walk, there are some things some must abstain from whether that be music, television, books or certain people and conversations. There is a level of holiness that must be sustained. The word tells us that we are driven away by our own lusts, and when that lust is conceived it brings forth sin and when that is finished it brings forth death.

Then to safe guard ourselves we put up barriers, we assign the spirit of God to every unattended door. We make sure that we do not fall into or entertain those “divers temptations”.

So, don’t feel bad when you cannot talk like you want to, or listen to the music that you want, or watch that show that a few months ago you absolutely loved and could not live with out …

… but everyone else can.

Understand, first and foremost….

YOU ARE NOT EVERYONE ELSE.

God has set you aside for a specific time and purpose. He says, we are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people, that we should show forth the praises of Him who called us out of darkness into His marvelous light.

Understand that there is some thing God wants to set you up for and entrust you with. We are the tabernacle and dwelling place for the spirit of the living God.

There should be a difference in the sons and daughters of God in this hour, for the creation waits in eager expectation for the Sons of God to be revealed.

Ask yourself….

Where is it that God wants to take me?

What is it that God is entrusting me with in this hour?

What is it God that I can let go of that would hinder me from pressing further into your presence?

Allow God in this hour to burn away all those dead things, all the sins that so easily beset and entangle us. Accept the levels and seasons, callings and destiny God is trying to launch us into.

God Bless and Happy Blogging

1 Peter 2

“9 But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvelous light;10 Which in time past were not a people, but are now the people of God: which had not obtained mercy, but now have obtained mercy.11 Dearly beloved, I beseech you as strangers and pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul;”

Ezekiel 40:20-23

20 Neither shall they shave their heads, nor suffer their locks to grow long; they shall only poll their heads. 21 Neither shall any priest drink wine, when they enter into the inner court. 22 Neither shall they take for their wives a widow, nor her that is put away: but they shall take maidens of the seed of the house of Israel, or a widow that had a priest before. 23 And they shall teach my people the difference between the holy and profane, and cause them to discern between the unclean and the clean.

Hebrews 12:1

“Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us”

Luke 12:47-48

47 “The servant who knows the master’s will and does not get ready or does not do what the master wants will be beaten with many blows. 48 But the one who does not know and does things deserving punishment will be beaten with few blows. From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked”


A Vision: The Praying Man

God came to me a few nights ago and showed me a vision of a man kneeling in sand and praying. As the man prayed beneath his legs a concrete foundation was formed and as he continued to kneel the concrete foundation began to extend into the ground and as the foundation went into the depths of the sand the man also began to rise up (this occurred simultaneously) as the cement foundation went down into the sand it also lifted the praying man into the air as this occurred the man as well turned into cement thus becoming a statue.

God revealed that in this season as we turn to seek Him, He will in turn establish and raise us up as a beacon among the people.

 He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him and He is a public rewarder of those who seek Him in secret.


Tap into Greatness….

Philippians 1:6

King James Version (KJV)

Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ

Jeremiah tells us that all of God’s thoughts towards us are good and none of evil to give a hope and a future and an expected end. The book of Peter also tells us to think it not strange the fiery trials that come to try you as though some strange thing is happening.  The book of James tells us to consider it pure joy whenever we face trails because the testing of our faith produces perseverance.

When we face trails often times we forget just what the word tells us to do. When we face uncertain situations, hopeless situations and bleak outcomes we tend to forget who we are. We forget promises made to us, we forget who God is and all that He can do.

We then find ourselves acting out of anger and fear, we no longer seek God’s peace and sovereignty. Instead we begin to lean unto our own understanding.

I had a situation only an hour ago that brought me (so quickly) to my wit’s end. I found myself upset and in tears fussing at everything and everyone. I found myself on the phone ready to give a piece of my mind. I was ready to throw in the towel and walk away… and over what?

A trail that only came to test me.

A trail that only came to test my faith and produce perseverance.

A reminder from my Father, that there is greater in me.

A reminder that He has given me hope and future and an expected end.

Instead of continuing in my anger and quickly approaching  wrath. I decided to remember all of God’s promises for me and my family. I began to tap into that “greatness” He placed on the inside of me and use the mind of Christ He that He told me that I had.

I implore you today to do likewise.

Do not allow outside influences and circumstances dictate you. Take a hold of that which has been promised to you before you were formed in your mother’s womb. It doesn’t matter what you go through now, or who hurt you, who you owe, what you don’t have…

Know that your present sufferings DO NOT compare to the glory that is to be revealed.

Tap into your greatness today and trust God.

God Bless and Happy Blogging


Judge not Lest Ye be Jugded?

“Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”

Matthew 7:1-2

 

This may not be a new observation to some, but this world is crazy.

The word says in 2 Timothy

“But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not lovers of the good, treacherous, rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God— having a form of godliness but denying its power.”Have nothing to do with such people”.

I am sure the majority reading this will say yep, I have seen most of , if not all of this in operation whether it be on the television, in our own personal lives or just in day-to-day activities.

But I do firmly believe that in all this there are still a few called and chosen ones who just have not been pulled out from this monotonous circle. 

There is still a people who are waiting for the son’s of glory to be revealed. I do believe they are coming, matter of fact they are here.

The question is, are we as a body in position to receive them?

Is our light shining?

Or have we forgotten where we have come from and we have thrown them aside as if our God is not loving or compassionate? As if our God cannot extend His graces and mercy to them?

 As if He would not have it that all men be saved?

I know often times we are quick to judge.

I know as for myself I am quick to judge.

Often times, we quickly jump up and say what we and what we not do if we were to be in a situation.

Often times, we label them as a bad person, a bad mother, a bad father a bad child and we fully do not understand that there is something underlying that is motivating this child to pick on some one.

There is an underlying force that is causing this father to abandon his children and live a life in the streets, there was an underlying force that caused a mom to give up her child.

We never take that into consideration.

I shared with a co-worker of mine that … I can easily say what I would and would not do in any given situation…

 but if  something  really went down in my life where it shoved me into the corner and forced me to make a hasty decision … all odds seem stacked against me and this option might be the only way out … I don’t know how to pray I don’t know how to call on the name of Jesus.

I don’t know that there is someone out there to help me or I just don’t know there is other options ..

there is really no telling what I would do.

I might just be the mom who decided to leave her child some where, I might be the woman that sells her body, I might be the man who left his kids, I might be the school bully, I might be the drug addict.

Now, in no way do I justify wrong that has been done but I am just saying that we need to be a little more understanding and not so quick to write others off.

Imagine if God was like us.

I am glad He is not.

We need to build up the whole man, we don’t need to remind people of what they have done. I am sure they are fully aware.

God forgives me constantly, yet He never reminds me of the wrong I have done and as a matter of fact He takes my sins and throws them into the sea of forgetfulness.

He looks at where we are going versus where we have been with the only reason for us to remember is that we can say that He pulled us out from bondage and set us free.

So let us like Paul said think soberly of ourselves and not more highly than we ought … unless we deceive ourselves.

” Brothers and sisters, if someone is caught in a sin, you who live by the Spirit should restore that person gently. But watch yourselves, or you also may be tempted. Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. If anyone thinks they are something when they are not, they deceive themselves”.

Galatians 6: 1-3

 


Sharing is Caring … part II

Hey Fellow Bloggers!

I pray that you all have had a wonderful day! It is currently 91 degrees here in Richmond … and while it is hot I am still enjoying all of it!

I just wanted to share with you all briefly what God pressed into my spirit this morning while in prayer!

LOL … I laugh at that because it sounds so deep and so ultra spiritual … and while it is spiritual the act of praying and communicating and talking to my Father, it really won’t all that deep. I was actually praying in my car on the way to work.

I try to challenge myself and pray in my heavenly language the entire way to work …

Anyway, while I was praying God pressed in my spirit and I mean literally I could feel it on my heart and in my chest so heavily .. I do not know how you hear a feeling but that is exactly what happened!

But what I heard/felt was …

“That the Body of Christ is great  and it’s alive and that the Bride is being adorned and she is beautiful”

I was so excited and filled with such joy it was incredible … but as always I encourage you Saints and Children of God to keep pressing.  We are His church we are the Body and Christ is our Bridegroom and the Head of our lives and He is coming back for a church without spot or wrinkle.

I do pray in this season that we all stand together in unity … a unity as never before. I pray that we stand with the full understanding that we are many parts that make up one great and awesome body. Regardless of your function you are needed and there no big “I” and little “Me’s” or “You’s” in this thing.

There is one great “Him” though! LOL

I also found myself praying that in this season God will begin to pour out His spirit on all flesh and that a great prophetic voice begin to rise up within the body. I prayed also that a great evangelism will begin to take place in the land and that God would begin to raise up a people that will set the pace and that will show people the difference between holy and unholy. In Ezekiel God had priests who dressed a certain way and wore their hair a certain way and were set apart so that everyone would know the difference between the things that are holy and the things that are not.

I prayed that this will begin to take place in the land and that people would see and know … and that great and strong conviction would rise within the people and they would have and experience a true repentance and have a true turning away from sin.

I am always amazed … that we are one body with many different parts. I am totally in awe and I am honored and often humbled to be in fellowship to labor with the people that I do within my church. It is important that you know those who labor among you .. not just so you can say who is lazy and who doesn’t work or handle things in the same manner as you but to be able to utilize what God has placed within them.

It took me time to realize that for myself honestly .. if I can be real.

So many times people within the body spend so much times looking at what so and so does and can do that we don’t realize that we ourselves are fearfully and wonderfully made.

It is enough being me … why in the world would I try to be someone else.

Doing way too much!

So with that, encourage you to embrace who you are and who you have been created to be. Have full confidence in God that when He created He knew exactly what He was doing and why and know that we have not fully obtained the fullness of Christ but we PRESS!


Article: A Prophetic Showdown is Coming

I found another awesome article this morning.

” A Prophetic Showdown is Coming”

Just briefly, from what I gathered it is talking about an approaching time when the true prophets of God will rise and stand against the false prophets of Baal and the false prophets of Asherah, the false prophets who come into our churches and lure and seduce our believers and lead them astray with false teachings and all for their (the false prophets) personal gain.

God dropped it in my spirit if these are my people then they too are yours.

For those of us who currently have access to the mind, plans and thoughts of God .. we are responsible to share it with those who currently do not have the revelation we have and it is our responsibility to bring them into the same if not a greater realm of revelation and salvation than what we have.

As I read the article what stuck out to me, is the motives and intentions of the heart of the prophet or of a person in general.

As I read, I prayed that God would know my ways and search my heart. The heart is wicked and we do not know our own hearts. 

I prayed that God would try my heart .. and that He would begin to purge from my heart, purge from my spirit anything that can and will stand in opposition to the will of God.

I prayed He would expose and purge anything from my heart that would make me consider and make me look another way.

God said don’t look to east nor to the west … but look above.

I will look unto the hills from whence cometh my help!

We as saints and people of God need to really ask God to do this .. try my motives God by the fire … burn it up!

LOL

Burn it up … we need some fire LOL!

I believe it was Paul who said do not use you freedom to do evil.

So we cannot, Children of God, use our gifts for evil we cannot use our gifts that are given without repentance to try an”Lord” it over someone who may not be as strong in the faith. We cannot use our gifts to deceive others, we cannot use them for personal gain.

We cannot use them to wave in someones face to say “I made it”.

If you continue in your wicked ways … you will receive the recognition, the fame, the lights, the money

and you best believe that you have received your just reward for every seed you have sown.  

LOL, so go on and enjoy it now;  but know that you will be judged for every action, deed and thought once our Savior Jesus the Christ returns.

So, here is the article!

Enjoy and Happy Blogging.

“A Prophetic Showdown is Coming”

By:  Jennifer LeClaire

Just like Elijah confronted the prophets of Baal, the time is coming when God’s New Testament mouthpieces will confront modern-day merchandisers. The true will defy the false. The holy will challenge the unholy. Until that day, spirits of divination, with a little help from the lust of the eyes, the lust of the flesh and the pride of life, are working overtime to woo God’s true prophets to the side of error.

Some merchandising prophets, with their miracle water, prophetic soap and prosperity oil, are catching naive Christians hook, line and sinker. Other gospel gainsayers are profiting with urgent announcements that God will heal the first five people who run up to the altar with $100 bill in hand.

But perhaps the most dangerous merchandisers are those who use their gift to tap into divination. These prophets announce what the believer wants to hear in order to sow a false seed of faith in his heart and reap an improper financial reward, inappropriately earned position or wrongly received recognition. No matter the merchandiser’s brand of deceit, it is a practice that stinks in the nostrils of God.

“Then the Lord said, ‘These prophets are telling lies in my name. I did not send them or tell them to speak. I did not give them any messages. They prophesy of visions and revelations they have never seen or heard. They speak foolishness made up in their own lying hearts. Therefore, says the Lord, I will punish these lying prophets, for they have spoken in my name even though I never sent them. They say that no war or famine will come, but they themselves will die by war and famine!’” (Jer. 14:14-15)

Of course, most false prophets don’t start their ministries as false prophets, rather they are tempted and enticed by the idolatry in their hearts. Avoiding Satan’s snare begins with the fear of the Lord and the promised wisdom that follows. After all, the merchandise of wisdom is better than the merchandise of silver, and the gain thereof than fine gold. Wisdom is more precious than rubies and all the things that you can desire are not to be compared to her (Prov. 3:14-15).

The wisdom in God’s Word plainly illustrates that with every temptation there is also a way of escape. By comparing the responses of Balaam with Daniel and of Jezebel’s diviners with Elijah, we get a clear view of the trap, the way of escape–and the ultimate fate of merchandising prophets.

Balaam is best remembered for his talking donkey. He was a true prophet of God who went the way of divination for the promise of financial gain when King Balak offered him rewards to curse Israel. But Balaam did not fall into sin upon the first temptation. In fact, he refused the king’s initial offer. His royal majesty then upped the ante, promising the prophet promotion, honor and power if he would curse the Israelites. Balaam once again refused, saying “If Balak would give me his house full of silver and gold, I cannot go beyond the word of the Lord my God, to do less or more” (Num. 22:18).

Despite his bold confession to obey the Lord’s will, Balaam secretly desired to attain the rewards pledged by the king. And so the testing begins. Balaam would follow his rebellious heart 320 miles on a donkey’s back to curse Israel and claim his coveted merchandise. But to his surprise, the Lord would not allow him to pronounce the curse when he arrived in Moab. Disappointed and still hoping to collect the king’s bribe, Balaam shared a strategy to trip up the Israelites through sexual sin that led to the downfall of his brethren.

Balaam had a clear way of escape: Telling the king’s messengers upon their first visit that the Lord forbade him to curse Israel. That would have closed the door to future offers and put an end to the temptation that would lead to his destruction. The end of Balaam came by the command of Moses at the sword of his own people–the Israelites he tried to curse through divination.

Daniel, on the other hand, refused to give in to the temptation presented in King Belshazzar’s dilemma. Belshazzar and his guests were drinking from gold and silver cups that his father had stolen from God’s temple and giving praises to idols when the fingers of a human hand appeared and wrote on the palace wall. Belshazzar was frightened and summoned enchanters, fortunetellers and diviners to come, promising riches and power to anyone who could interpret it. When none could, the king called Daniel and made him the same offer (Daniel 5).

Daniel was faced with at least three choices at this critical turning point in his ministry. He could accept the king’s offer to interpret the message, thereby merchandising his gifting. He could exercise the gift he had freely received from Jehovah to freely interpret the message, all the while knowing that such a harsh word from the Lord could land him in the lion’s den. Or he could stand on his credible reputation as God’s prophet to falsely interpret the warning message as a blessing message and in all likelihood collect the loot anyway.

Unlike Balaam, Daniel unlocked the hard truth in the writing on the wall. He told the king that his days were numbered and that his kingdom would be divided up and handed over to the enemies. Daniel refused to compromise, no matter the consequences, and God used the king to promote him. As one of his last acts as king, Belshazzar robed him in purple, draped a great gold chain around his neck and positioned him as third-in-charge of the entire kingdom.

King Ahab and his wife Jezebel took the tradition of kings calling on prophets to unlock the mysteries of god a step further–and a few steps too far. Jezebel had false prophets on her payroll. The wicked queen regularly fed 450 prophets of baal and 400 prophets of asherah. Bible scholars estimate that feeding those false prophets cost her about $12,750 a week or $663,000 a year. That’s a hefty price tag for a good prophetic word.

So while Jezebel’s prophets had full bellies in a time of famine, the queen cut off the prophets of the Lord for fear of the truth (1 Kings 18:4). Obadiah hid 100 of God’s prophets in caves and fed them bread and water. While this may appear like a good work on the surface, Obadiah was only facilitating Jezebel’s plan to cut off the uncompromising prophetic word.

While Jezebel’s prophets looked well-fed and God’s true prophets looked like sheep being led to the slaughter, the story changes in a hurry when Elijah confronts the 850 merchandisers at Mount Carmel in what goes down in Biblical history as the ultimate showdown between the true and the false. Elijah threw down the prophetic gauntlet and challenged the false camp to bring fire down from heaven by calling upon their God. The merchandising diviners cried to Baal from dawn to dusk with no answer.

When the false camp had finally exhausted itself, Elijah built an altar holding a sacrifice to Jehovah, drenched it with four barrels of water, said a simple prayer, and watched as the fire of God fell from heaven and consumed the sacrifice, the wood, the stones, the dust and even the water in the trench. Then Elijah slew his false counterparts one by one. So the ultimate fate of the false prophets came at the hand of the true prophet, who was later taken to heaven in a chariot of fire.

Like Old Testament prophets, modern-day prophets are also being tempted to merchandise the anointing for fame, fortune or friends in high places. Being plugged into a strong local church is a safety net because apostles boldly confront false moves of the Spirit and give merchandisers a way of escape by leading them into deep repentance.

Recall Simon the sorcerer, who was highly esteemed among the Samarians because he bewitched them. The apostles Peter and John met up with Simon after praying for the baptism of the Holy Ghost for the new believers there. When Simon saw that the people were filled with the Spirit when the apostles laid their hands on them, he offered them money. “Saying, Give me also this power, that on whomsoever I lay hands, he may receive the Holy Ghost. But Peter said unto him, Thy money perish with thee, because thou hast thought the gift of God may be purchased with money. Thou hast neither part nor lot in this matter: for thy heart is not right in the sight of God” (Acts 8:19-21). Simon may have repented and did ask the apostles to pray for him. Repentance is the appropriate response for New Testament prophets who fall into the trap of merchandising.

The decision to go the way of Baal and or to go the way of Elijah lies in the prophet’s heart. If pride, self-will, anger, or lust occupies the place where obedience, love and truth should live, then the merchandising prophet may succeed in reaping worldly rewards for a season but the retirement fund built on ill-gotten gains leads only to death (Romans 6:23). While there is certainly abundant grace for the true prophet who misses it, the Book of Revelation makes it clear that the false prophets (those who purposely set out to lie and deceive God’s people) will be cast into the lake of fire and brimstone and be tormented day and night forever and ever (Rev. 20:10).


Sharing is Caring …

I just wanted to briefly share something with you all.

As I stated in my last post .. I am earnestly fighting to keep the revelation, understanding and peace I have just been given.

I feel as though I am in a good place … not that I have already attained or am already perfected (in the words of Apostle Paul)  but I press on towards that place that God has predestined for me to be ( In the words of “Me”)!!

So, I know lately I have been going through eye-opening moments in my walk and not just eye-opening (that really watered down what God is doing in my opinion) I have been experiencing life altering, soul foundation shaking, lights of heaven, angels descending from on high, trumpet sounding, earthquake causing  demon scattering, mind-blowing, jaw dropping, salivation causing light bulb moments.

Where the tactics of the enemy has been exposed, where you think you knew how him and imp’s worked and then you find out that you really did not it so much more advanced than what you think. Although, the devil is a defeated foe … he certainly is not stupid and most definitely is playing for keeps.

We are in our second or third month of Elijah’s Company, School of the Prophets in which in this month we are learning and studying on deliverance. One thing that Prophetess D spoke on is how the kingdom of darkness is a well put together system. Organized, yep it is .. even thought we all know their demise .. them defeated suckers are organized and when they play they do not play fair.

The jokers most definitely know who is carrying the true authority of their Father and who is not.

” Jesus I know, Paul I know but who are YOU?”

“OUCH”

So, with that it is important that we as children of God walk with all diligence. I shared this with God in prayer.

I pray all the time God keep me mindful … Keep me sober, Keep my eyes open and sometimes when we think our eyes open God shows us otherwise.

I thank God for my leaders and I bless God for my senior leaders who are always there to teach and to pour into their people!

“Anytime there is great elevation there is great warfare. So just because this is a time when we celebrate and we are jubilant does not mean we let our guards down. We must always be mindful of the warfare”  Apostle and Prophetess Hathaway

 Well, golly day!

Over the past few days, my leaders opened up my eyes to the tricks and the schemes of the enemy!

It made me open my eyes and really step back and say, “Wow” .

How easily the enemy can come in run a muck and you now here you are sitting there pointing the finger and harboring anger and whatever else you pick up … and now you are fighting flesh and blood and not even paying attention to the real enemy.

Through, this revelation it lead me to repent and really ask God to work on me. So, I laid right back on the potter’s wheel realizing “this pot still ain’t finished”

Fortunately, we serve a God who knows and understands very well how His children are LOL.

God is always speaking and He is always waiting behind the door when we knock, He is always there to show His face when we seek Him and righteousness.

He sent me a scripture Tuesday morning

Ephesians 5:15-20

“15 Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, 16 making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. 17 Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord’s will is. 18 Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to debauchery. Instead, be filled with the Spirit, 19 speaking to one another with psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit. Sing and make music from your heart to the Lord,20 always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

and THEN He sent me this

2 Corinthians 7:9-11

“9 yet now I am happy, not because you were made sorry, but because your sorrow led you to repentance. For you became sorrowful as God intended and so were not harmed in any way by us. 10 Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret, but worldly sorrow brings death. 11 See what this godly sorrow has produced in you: what earnestness, what eagerness to clear yourselves, what indignation, what alarm, what longing, what concern, what readiness to see justice done. At every point you have proved yourselves to be innocent in this matter.” 

So .. make sure saints that we are walking circumspectly, and that we are living not as unwise but as wise. We have to  understand that weapons of our warfare are not carnal!!

We learned in our class that if the enemy can get you focused on strife between your brother and sisters and if he can get you focused on what talent, gift and calling someone else has on their life then he has already defeated and distracted you and you missed the real attack.

That is why it is important to be secure in who you are remember we are many different parts but we make up ONE body.

That is why it is SUPER important to remember that the weapons of our warfare ARE NOT CARNAL.

The war we fight is not flesh and blood but it is kingdom against kingdom. It is principalities and rulers in dark places.

It is one kingdom trying to advance over the other kingdom.

We got to know that while we are wrapped in flesh … we are spiritual beings first.

But I say all that to say that God had showed me that I wasn’t living as “wise” as I thought.

There is always room for improvement, there is always more that we can and need to be learning and God opening my eyes and showing me just how thoughtless and completely unaware our human nature can be … brought me into repentance.

A true Godly repentance always produces fruit.

True repentance is a turning away from a sin, from a bad habit. 

So, I thought I would share that before I turn in for the night.

Apostle Mike says we need to “Master Repentance”. So I pray that we all master repentance.  That we come transparent before the one who knows us best anyway and lay everything at His feet. Allow God to show you areas of opportunities within your life.

Make sure that we are walking as wise and being sober and vigilant and filled with God’s spirit which gives us life.

Ok I am getting sleepy … LOL

I love you all God Bless and Good Night.

Oh

and

Happy Blogging!!