"We have managed to make God so much of Abba, that we have failed to remember the Father."
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On Nov. 8, the church rose up with the fervor of Jehu and threw Jezebel down.
A telling dream on Election Eve and six words from the Holy Spirit this morning have encouraged my heart on this pivotal day for America.
I've been on a journey with the Lord this past year, wading through some disturbing issues in modern prophetic ministry. Here's why I'm still encouraged.
Chuck Pierce says we need to brace ourselves.
Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty in the harvest fields. The "barnyard anointing" will get your hands dirty.
"The winds of apostolic change are blowing across the land and realigning you."
The Lord continued to give me downloads about the deeper meaning and even strategy for the prophetic voices and intercessors in the land.
Revivalist and apostolic minister Ryan Johnson says we are going to soon see the goodness of God revealed in ways that no man could ever take credit for.
These intercessory assignments will not make sense in the natural, but are part of a strategic heavenly operation.
"God wants me to encourage you that your breakthrough is imminent."
Transitional seasons are often pivotal moments that require the wisdom, timing and favor of the Lord.
"God is right now eagerly desirous of us getting our big breakthroughs in our respective callings and destiny assignments."
In this year of shifting seasons and suddenlies, Jennifer LeClaire offers a prophetic word and some Spirit-led advice.
The Lord showed me how He sees the church right now: poor, naked and blind.
The watchman and the spiritual warriors will connect in new ways and wilderness prophets will emerge in the coming season. But we must oil our shields.
What he saw in this vision may surprise you.
As I dove into this passage the relevance to this emerging move of God struck me in a new way.
Many have focused on tearing down the altars built to Baal, Jezebel and other false gods, but what about the thrones?
The coming church will be marked by bold, Holy Spirit-filled prayer warriors who burn night and day.