“I do not walk this road alone. My company includes Wisdom, Grace, Mercy and Love. I am given many opportunities each day to bless others with these attributes, and leave remnants of our visit with those touched. Wherever I am, the Kingdom of God is too.”
Leave pieces of heaven wherever you go.
“I am more than a conqueror for greater is He that lives in me than he that is in the world. I am well able to overcome for He has already overcome the world because as He is, so am I.”
You are more than able!
“I walk my path with head held high and focus on the destination. This does not mean I have tunnel vision, this means my past isn’t holding me back and I have the ability to enjoy the journey and smell the flowers as I soldier on. My God and Father is the lifter of my head and the Director of my steps.”
Hold your head up!
“Jesus is the best Treasure, and His treasure chest is full and fathomless. To know Him more and to love Him deeper, I continually dig through this precious chest of jewels, receiving the gems He has specifically for me. I search for Him as hidden treasure and as I seek, I will find.”
Find your gem today!
I’m so grateful for your steadfastness and faithfulness in continuing to intercede for our nation! God has blessed this nation with faithful prayer warriors who are not afraid to pull heaven into earth and God is faithful to provide tools and weapons for our warfare.
Our directives this week stem from dreams that my cousin has had which, I and my church’s intercessory team believe, is a warning and a weapon. My cousin has dreamt twice this week of rather fat snakes crossing our national borders, and of fires starting at all our churches. I have a trusted friend who is gifted in interpretation and she said snakes represent deception, such as when the serpent deceived Eve in the garden. She believes our enemy is attempting to foster distrust, as well as trying to impair the Lord’s plans for churches. She suggests we press in and pray to disrupt all ungodly communication. We absolutely need discernment and wisdom for this. She says that snakes also hate fire, and believes the fires in the churches could be the exact weapon God is giving us to fight the enemy; we must pray for the fire of God to enter our churches.
Over a year ago, the Lord showed me our national borders and then showed me all kinds of creeping things that move or hide under the cover of darkness such as rats, cockroaches, snakes and the like. He directed me to begin praying for our borders – that they be sealed up, well lit and lined with attentive watchmen. He directed me to pray for exposure of the creeping, crawling and sneaky things and for their pathways to be cut off and burnt. God has given us night vision goggles, we must be sure to wear them at all times!
Intercessors, I realize the burden we carry, however, we are not alone. There are more with us than there are against us, and we are victorious! Do not grow weary of prayer. We are hitting where it hurts.
This week’s directives:
- Continue to speak love and life to your jar of dirt. We are changing our nation with words of love and affirmation in the spiritual realm and because we are speaking heaven into earth, God is moving!
- Continue to declare God’s governmental authority over this nation and for His great love for its people.
- Declare the enemy powerless and his attempts to sneak across our borders fruitless, pray for exposure of his plans, and a halt to all of his communication. Lord, confuse and frustrate his plans!
- Give thanks and praise for the Fire of God to ignite the Church across the nation! For those to see Truth, Life and the Way in the heavenly realm and for the Church to walk in a greater understanding and anointing of its heavenly anointing!
- Pray for greater discernment and desire for wisdom for our churches, for strength for the Church and endurance to occupy until we are told to move.
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Blessings, hugs and love!
“I give thanks in all things. It is my gratefulness that enables me to walk through the gates of heaven and my praise carries me into my Father’s court. Giving thanks keeps me from being anxious and I can rest assured that He hears me when I pray, for He give me the peace of heaven.”
Continue to intercede for our nation. Speak life and love over your jars of dirt daily and remember to bless, never curse!
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“I have a joyful case of the Monday’s; this is the day that the Lord has made and I will rejoice in it, no matter what the day is called! It makes no difference what day of the week it is because God handcrafts each day specifically. I will bless and not curse the day!”
Have a great day!
“It is a good day because I have a Good Father. I walk with head held high, spring in my step and joy in my heart. I am known and I am loved and I am accepted. I love my Father and He loves me.”
It is a good day.
Understand this, my dear brothers and sisters: You must all be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to get angry (James 1:19 NLT).
I learned something about myself yesterday I wouldn’t normally admit. We do have to accept correction and learn from it, don’t we? The Holy Spirit challenged me to be quick to listen and slow to speak. You see, I have been quick to speak and slow to listen.
We live in a world now where everything is available almost instantly. We have access to information at our fingertips, we can communicate remotely from anywhere, we condense conversations sometimes into text messages. I admit, I love technology. As an introvert it is often more comfortable for me to text/email/instant message someone instead of calling/ speaking face to face or sending an actual handwritten letter. I find myself drained after interacting with people. This is no excuse.
The Holy Spirit brought to mind how I tend to treat people as if they are text messages. I start talking and answering before they finish their thought and tend to move on to something else, often right in front of them. I allow distractions. This is quite discourteous and it gives the other person the feeling that I am not listening. I am listening, but not as effectively as I should be and definitely not putting the person I’m talking to first. For that, I apologize to anyone I’ve done it too.
There is a reason Scripture tells us to be slow to speak and quick to listen; it keeps us from making false assumptions and giving the impression we are more important than the person speaking. If we give people on platforms the courtesy of listening to what they are saying, we should do the same for everyone. We’ll have a better understanding of what others feel and believe when we shut up and pay attention.
Let us put every conversation we have today on a platform in which we are quick to listen and slow to speak.