Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Word Curses

Word Curses

We must break word curses spoken over us.

We must call them out and cancel them, like insecurity, inadequacy, and inferiority. Anything that keeps anyone bound.

Someone may say, "You are my spiritual daughter and always will be." if this Is not done in terms of endearment, then these are to be called out by name and cast down. What Is being done is They are spiritually controlling you. In essence, they are saying I am the one who made

you, so you will always be indebted to me.

Break all false prophetic words. These words must be cancelled.

Break The word curse in Jesus name, cancel them in Jesus name, do not come Into agreement with them. The declaration might look like this: I break every word curse-spoke over me that called me- (stupid..). I cancel them in Jesus name. I come out of

agreement with them and call them null and void, and of no affect upon me.

Pray and look for places where you can not get victory.

Ps 26: 2


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Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Joyner: The Forge of Faith

Rick Joyner:  The Forge of Faith Moses led Israel into the wilderness in order to convert their superstitions and shallow beliefs into a rock-solid faith. Your wilderness or the trials that you are enduring to test your faith are meant to accomplish the same for you. If you respond properly to your wilderness, it will turn mere emotional frivolity into a force! Embrace your difficulties as opportunities and you will get to your promised land. Let the difficulties discourage you and you will not realize your goal and purpose in the Lord...

... The most telltale symptom of surrender to slavery is grumbling and complaining. Those who complain have lost the faith and have already given up in their hearts. Those with true faith meet obstacles as an opportunity to win a greater victory and make a greater advance toward their goals. This is not merely blind optimism, which is just another form of intellectual assessment masquerading as true faith. Optimism will wither in the heat of the desert wilderness, but true faith becomes stronger and more determined as the heat is increased....

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Sunday, December 30, 2018

MacMillan: Holding back is not humility...

MacMillan:  Holding Back is not Humility

Boldness 

True boldness is faith in full manifestation. When 
God has spoken, to hold back is not humility 
but unbelief. In the exercise of authority, there 
is needed a divine courage that fears nothing 
but God, and reaches out strong hands to bind 
and to restrain all that is contrary to Him. But 
with this courage there must be a continual 
and close abiding in God, a spirit that is alert to 
every urge and check from Him, and a mind 

that is steeped in the Word of God. 

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

John G Lake: Triune Salvation

John G. Lake
Triune Salvation

The real Christian is a separated man. He is separated forever unto God in all the departments of his life, and so his body and his soul and his spirit are forever committed to God. Therefore, from the day that he commits himself to God, his body is as absolutely in the hands of God as his spirit or his mind (soul). He can go to no other power for help or healing, except to God. This is what gives such tremendous force to such scriptures as this: Cursed be the man that trusteth in man, and maketh flesh his arm, and whose heart departeth from the Lord" [Jer 17.5]

Such a commitment of the being to God puts one in the place, where just as God supplies health to the spirit and health to the soul, he trusts God to supply health to his body. Divine healing is the removal by the power of God of the disease that has come upon the body, but divine health is to live day by day and hour by hour in touch with God so that the life of God flows into the body, just as the life of God flows into the mind or flow into the soul. 

Tan: Celibacy

"The 1950s represent the decade of the evangelists; the 1960s the decade of the pastors; the 1970s the teachers, the 1980s the prophets and the 1990s the apostolic ministries. Each wave that God brings about is not supposed to end, but is supposed to continue through the decades. For example in the 1960s you should see the wave of both pastors and evangelists. The 1970s should have had 3 waves with an emphasis on the teaching ministry. In the 1980s we should have seen 4 major waves and in the 1990s we see all the five fold ministries. But we see there was a distinct continuation of the prophetic wave that started in the 1980s that will mature in the 90s and be associated together with the apostolic move to bring forth the return of Jesus.



Call to Celibacy



As we consider the life of Elijah, we consider the peculiarities that characterise the Elijah wave. In 1 Kings 17: 1 Elijah seemed to appear out of the blue. He had a dramatic beginning and a dramatic ending. We know from 2 Kings 2 how he was taken up into glory above. One of the major peculiarities of the prophetic move that does not apply individually is that many who are called to the prophetic move (those called to the office of a full-fledged prophet in the New Testament age) will at the same time receive a call to a single or celibate life. It is different from the call to the pastoral role because the Bible mentions that the pastor being the husband of one wife and the major portion of his work is in the counselling work. A prophet very seldom does counselling. In fact some prophets are not good at counselling at all and may appear to be brash and harsh. The counselling ministry takes patience and tolerance and a prophet is not called to that.