Squatters

Squatters
I dreamed that I opened my front door to find squatters
on my front porch. I told them to leave, but they only reshifted in their positions. I was a bit overwhelmed by their refusal to leave.   I started dialing the police.
The answer to this dream is that a solution starts when a call is made. We decide that it is wrong and then do something about it.

☆:*´¨`*:.•.¸¸.•´¯`•. Jesus Is Lord .•´¯`•.¸¸.•..:*´¨`*:.☆

Good morning and blessings to you

I’ve made some changes in the way that I am sharing things with you. I have found that the format of a forum is much similar to organize and make finding topics easy.  I have a link to it in the menu above and welcome you to check it out. [The Prophet’s Call]

It is a work in progress so come back often. 🦋

Andrew Wommack: Generational Curses

A lot of what has been taught on this subject borders upon unbelief or not accessing the realities of the accomplished redemption of Christ. Today, people are not defeated due to being cursed as much as it is that they are perishing due to their lack of knowledge of the Lord.

 

This is why Jesus said, “Go ye teaching” and did not say, “Go ye breaking curses.”

 

Jesus has already been made a curse for us and has already blessed us (Gal. 3:13)! And, what’s more, God was in Christ, reconciling the whole world to Himself, not imputing (holding against) man’s trespasses (2 Cor. 5:19). God is not holding sins or curses against anyone! Continue reading

Pastors always in the Know

1 Corinthians 1:11-12
For it has been declared to me concerning you, my brethren, by those of Chloe’s household, that there are contentions among you. Now I say this, that each of you says, “I am of Paul,” or “I am of Apollos,” or “I am of Cephas,” or “I am of Christ.”

The Holy Spirit will always let you know when there are contentions and problems in your church and he will tell you what to do.

Rick Renner

Provision for prophets

A W Pink

There in his lowly retreat the prophet was called upon to sojourn many days, yet not without a precious promise guaranteeing his sustenance: the supply of needed provision was Divinely assured him. The Lord would take care of His servant while hid from public view, and would daily feed him by His miracle-working power. Nevertheless, it was real testing of Elijah’s faith. Whoever heard of such instruments being employed—birds of prey bringing food in a time of famine! Could the ravens be depended upon? Was it not far likely that they would devour the food themselves than bring it to the prophet? Ah, his trust was not to be in the birds, but in the sure word of Him that cannot lie: “I have commanded the ravens.” It was the Creator and not the creature, the Lord Himself and not the instruments, Elijah’s heart was to be fixed upon. How blessed to be lifted above “circumstances” and in the inerrant promise of God have a sure proof of His care.