What have you extracted from your chaos?
Listen my sons and daughters. Listen my little ones. Listen with intensity.
God wants us to worship him in the midst of our storms in spite of what our situation looks like. According to Daniel 6:10, Daniel disobeyed the kings decree by praying to his God. While Daniel deliberately disobeyed the natural king, he deliberately obeyed the King of Kings. Daniel never once doubted, he knew who his God was and he pressed into him. Knowing the consequences that he faced, Daniel was willing to risk everything in obedience to his Lord. Are there any Daniels out there willing to worship God in spite of life’s curves?
Are there any Daniels out there willing to risk it all; standing on the promises of God?
II Corinthians 2:20 states "For all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him Amen, unto the Glory of God by us." In Ephesians 6:14 Apostle Paul urges us to "Stand therefore, having on the breastplate of righteousness." All God wants us to do is stand and he will see us through our day of calamity.
God is looking for some worshippers like Daniel, worshipers who will press in to him, pressing their way through the darkness into the light.
As we face everyday battles, God is with us just as he was with Joshua in Joshua 5:13-15 standing with his sword drawn, ready to eliminate the enemy. Without being prompted, primed or pushed, Joshua fell on his face and began to worship the Lord. Let us put this under a microscope and examine this a bit further. The inner man Joshua (his spiritual nature) knew he was in the presence of holiness. Deep calleth unto Deep. God is calling us to come out of the natural and into the spiritual where love, truth, peace, joy, etc., abide. Whatever we need resides in the spiritual realm. Victory comes only with spiritual obedience. Through worship we have the victory. In order for you to get your breakthrough you must step out of the natural and into the spiritual.
In Psalms 42:5 David asks the questions "Why art thou cast down O my soul? And why art thou disquieted within me?" But suddenly David realizes that he needs to be speaking to his inner man to encourage him, so he says to himself, "Hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise him for the help of his countenance." If David had to regroup and pull himself together, so do we!
Matthew 26:41 "...the spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak." David began to speak to his inner man, he knew that although his flesh had no power, his spirit and the Spirit of God were in covenant with one another. Quite frankly, what David really meant was "Hey God man in me, why are you so down, don't you know who you are?"
Genesis 1:26 "And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: ..."The spirit of God that resides within us and the Spirit of God is one in the same. We must worship God in spirit and in truth. If we try to worship him any other way, we will not be able to reach the throne of God.
§ Michelle Lee
There is nothing new under the sun! The Ever-changing Generation will say “give me some dap”.
What is “Dap”? Dap is a hand shake. Dap is a way of greeting and saying goodbye. It is something that all races, religions, colors and nationalities do. Dap is the way to shake and show support.
Dap has been around for many generations just called something different. Dap hand shake can be different from nation to nation or state to state.
Society says no, that is not the correct way to shake someone’s hand; but this “Ever-changing Generation” says, “It is time to change because God has not changed, but His ways and methods of doing things have.
How do you “Dap”? Dap varies from person to person but here are 5 simple steps which are as follows:
1. Firmly grip the person’s hand
2. Shake once
3. Firmly, grip around the person thumb
4. Slide you hand down until you grip four fingers
5. Touch the thumbs together 3 times.
So the next time you meet our youth who are the “Ever Changing Generation” give them for some Dap and watch their reaction. §
My love was always true -
We, as Women of Royalty for the Kingdom's mandate is to make ready and prepare women unto the Lord and help them to recognize that they are a P.E.A.R.L ~ Prepared, Resilient, Encouraged, Equipped, Effective Progressive, Authentic, and Loyal and being like our God in pouring out Love no matter what life put before us.
Yes, our roles in life are many such as girl, daughter, wife, sister, mother, aunt, grand mother, career woman, homemaker, minister, prophetess, friend, enemy and the list can go on and on but we can do all things through Christ that strengthen us as women.
No matter what we are Women of Royalty for the Kingdom who are Pearls.
My name is Althea (means to heal and rose of Sharon) Win.If.Red. I am not just a woman on the move; but a Woman of God; called, dedicated and ordained by God in my mother’s womb to be a Prophetess to the Nations and also the Director and Founder of Ministries of Substance International (MOSI).