Everything You Need is Waiting

Graham Cooke

Have you ever felt subject to your circumstances? Tossed about by the winds, with little ability to handle all that is going on around you? And have you ever been told that prayer is the answer?

Beloved. Prayer is MORE than just a colloquial bandaid. Prayer is the relational place where you partner with God as a co-heir in Christ and enables you to journey through every new circumstance with Him as your guide.

Nothing surprises God. He is not only with you and in you, but He has gone before you (Deut 31:8). We know that every circumstance is an opportunity to encounter another aspect of God’s true nature and your prayers will begin to reflect those truths.

Now you can learn to stop wondering IF God has made provision for you, and start looking to see WHERE He has placed it.

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God is Bringing signs in Many Ways for Answers & Directions – Watch for Them!

Jeremiah 6:16 “This is what the LORD says: “STAND AT THE CROSSROADS AND LOOK. Ask for the ancient paths: Where is the good way? Then walk in it and find rest for your souls.

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I recently found out that the lease on the home I live in will not be renewed when it runs out in 8 months! I was thinking of moving to a warmer house as I suffered a lot during this winter. I had been looking to see what was available but had made no decisions or moves toward it, just looking for ideas.

Then two days ago the owner came to do repairs and we talked. He said nothing about my lease but we did discuss the cold house which he understood and knew why I might want to move. I went back inside and a thought came to me as to how I could deal with the cold winter and remain where I was.

I went back outside and told him that I had come up with a way to beat the cold winters and would like to drop the subject of moving and just stay on. I love my house and it is ME in many ways. The owner was silent for a bit and then he said, “Well we have decided to stop renting the house and use it for our beach house!” Shock waves went over me like the ocean I can see at a distance! I hadn’t anticipated that. And he had no intention of letting me know except that I was prompted to pursue it with my new idea. So I believe that the idea and prompting was from God to make him tell me the truth. I had small checks in my spirit before this that they might take their beach house back sooner than they had originally told me.

I spent a night and a day in numb shock. Partly due to the fact that in my looking for a house, I’d seen no good options to where I was. And partly because it is the first time I’ve had a “use by date” from anyone on a house I have rented. All I could think was, “in 8 months I will be homeless.” I know that sounds very dramatic but the truth is there are very, very few houses anywhere in my area, let alone ones I would want to live in.

A new idea came into my mind that matched the one I had come to me when I went out to talk to the owner. That same idea could apply in other places but best if somewhere that I knew the people and not a town of total strangers. That made me feel a little better because it felt like the Holy Spirit comforting me with a little light at the end of my tunnel.

Then of course the enemy had to get in his two cents by telling me it was all my fault for complaining about being cold. Then this morning while talking to a friend about it I told her I felt at a crossroads as to where I was going to move and where I would live … and I kept hearing Jeremiah 6:16 “This is what the LORD says: “STAND AT THE CROSSROADS AND LOOK. Ask for the ancient paths: Where is the good way? Then walk in it and find rest for your souls. But they said, ‘We will not walk in it!’”

I put that up on my Facebook page and then I checked emails for new things to share and found a short word by James Goll where he said, “we are approaching a time of great crossroads!” Then I’m still sitting here lamenting to God about having to leave my home and move … where? I’m telling Him I’m sorry if it was my complaining that landed me in this situation and just crying in general about where I could move. I looked at an email from another person I share a lot, Christine Caine and below is a statement she had!

NOT WHERE YOU ARE TO STAY

Wow! I laughed out loud! God does give us many signs and direction each day in many and various ways, a sign on the road, a bird in the sky, words from a friend, something you read or watch, the Holy Spirit whispering a direction or thought in your ear … We just have to be alert and ready for God’s direction, comfort and assurance to come from ANYWHERE! It is our place to recognize them and be ready for the next move … in work, church, ministry, to a different town, state or even country!! The big item is totally trusting God with our lives which includes where we live.

I’ve seen many prophetic words which I have shared here saying that God is shaking everything and that He is calling us to be ready and willing to change to His direction to find what He has for us. And some of the changes will be physical, moving from towns, states and countries.

One of my favorite prophetic couples are being moved from Australia to America! So get ready friends … God is on the move and we need to prepare, sort through our “stuff”, pack our bags and be ready to move if He calls us to go … like Abraham when God told him to take his immediate family and leave the rest behind to move to a new country and he didn’t even know where it was! Or like my friend just reminded me, the Israelite’s had to cross the Red Sea by taking the first step … thank you Judy! That is true, God calls us and we must take the first step and trust that He will take our hand and lead us through whatever is before us.

God Bless you all with His wisdom and direction and faith to step out wherever He points!

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Understanding the Spirit of Jezebel

This podcast was done by Pastor Danielle Dixon


I highly recommend this teaching by a respected Australian pastor who is both prophetic and has a deep understanding of the the spirit realm and the spirits that are on assignment to destroy and derail God’s people in any way possible.

This teaching is the best I’ve heard or read and actually the only one that speaks of the attack of the Jezebel spirit. All of the teachings I’ve seen are about people who operate with the Jezebel spirit to damage others. This teaching is not that but the other side and the people under the attack of the spirit, how it makes you feel, thoughts it puts in your head with the one goal to destroy your walk with God and your trust in Him.

Many Christians don’t like to think or talk about the spirit realm and the devil Satan and his millions of demons and spirits used in his war against God through His people. The Bible calls Satan the Prince of the Air. Thoughts spoken into the air over the years stay there ready for him to grab and use against us. Through our own words he is able to know our weakest points and grab the words to put in our thoughts at any given time. We have so many scriptures warning us against the wiles of the devil and his army.

If you are insecure in any area then your mind will be bombarded continually with thoughts that bring irrational fear and insecurity in areas of your life. Doubt, unbelief, impatience, anger over your situation, desire to quit, speaking it is too hard, questioning where God is in your time of need, isolation, wanting to run anywhere to get away from life, negative thoughts about everything your want or try to do … all are part of the attack of the Jezebel spirit on your mind. I must confess when I listened to this audio I had to say yes to everything she was speaking about. On one hand I was blown away to realize I fit them all … but on the other hand I was relieved to finally be getting answers that I could use to deal with the problems which were getting the better of me.

We all have a calling, a purpose God has put in our heart to do for His Kingdom. He has given us all gifts to use for our particular calling. If the enemy can use any weak areas in our lives to turn us away from our purpose, assignment, calling he will use it. Jezebel was an evil woman in the Bible but the Jezebel spirit that attacks us is not a woman but an evil spirit used by Satan to take us out. None of the evil spirits and demons are people and that is why the word tells us in Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

A lot of bible scholars explain the spirit realm as a place where there are principal spirits like Jezebel and rulers and demons like an army with generals over officers who are over soldiers and all under the one commander, Satan. There can be strongholds built in our minds by these spirits when we let them in and believe their lies. There is also the strongman who is one of the principalities in control of an area or a place of attack which is like Jezebel. In this teaching Pastor Danielle describes the Strongman and gives scriptures saying this spirit can be bound up and not allowed to operate or attack us but cannot be done away with totally. Because of that we must be watchful all the time for the lies and where they come from so we can bind the strongman and free our minds.

What I have shared is just the tip of the iceberg so please listen to the whole teaching and take notes. She has a prophetic word at the end and prays for all who feel they may be under the attack of Jezebel. It has set me free from such attacks that have been going on for at least 4 years that I could never quite shake off. I had reached the end of myself with it and knew I needed truth and help! God in His mercy directed me to this podcast when I was looking for something else … He know this was what I needed.

Please take an hour and listen and ask God to show you if there are any areas in your mind where this spirit has influenced you and caused you to need to be set free from irrational fear or insecurity in your job, your marriage or with friends or even your church. Those words, irrational fear and insecurity caught me and I knew God wanted me to hear what she had to say and I feel set free from those bondage causing lies. Share with friends or family too!

 

 

Hong Kong Christians Protest with Worship and Prayer

“‘Sing Hallelujah to the Lord’ has become the unofficial protest anthem for both believers and non-believers.”

By Lindsay Gray

1.7 million people came out for Sunday’s pro-democracy demonstration in Hong Kong, marking eleven weeks of protests. Among the demonstrators were Hong Kong Christians.

The protests in Hong Kong began over an extradition bill proposed by the government of Hong Kong that would allow local authorities to extradite people back to China and Taiwan. The need for democratic reform has led to record breaking marches.

Stephen McDonell of BBC News, Hong Kong writes:

“From toddlers to the elderly, protesters turned out to join a massive rally. Entire families were seen dressed in black getting soaked together when the heavens opened and driving rain struck the city. These demonstrations wanted to draw again on a wide pool of public support after shocking images of escalating violence here caused many to rethink the direction of the pro-democracy push.”

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Many of the demonstrators turning out are Christians and Catholics hoping to be a voice of justice, compassion, and peace. The democracy they’re calling for protects Hong Kong Christians against the anti-Christian mainland China.

“One explanation for the church’s active involvement is that the amendments to the extradition bill – which would allow the city to transfer fugitives to other jurisdictions including mainland China – potentially threaten religious freedom in Hong Kong. ‘It hangs above our neck like an invisible knife. Who wouldn’t be afraid?’” writes Rachel Cheung of The Week In Asia, SCMP.

“The Christin Hymn ‘Sing Hallelujah to the Lord’ has become the unofficial protest anthem for both believers and non-believers.”

There is no end in sight for the protests but while there are songs of praise being sang the Spirit of the Lord is among the millions.

How you can pray for Hong Kong:

  • Pray for peaceful demonstrations; safety for all on either side
  • Pray for Revival in Hong Kong and China
  • Pray for wisdom and discernment for those in Government
  • Pray for the Church in Hong Kong to be a lighthouse for all; for healing and miracles; for open evangelism

    We need to be sure to pray for our brothers and sisters in China and be thankful if we live in a country that allows freedom of religion and freedom in life in general.

Trusting God in the Middle of Your Story

 

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Don’t lose hope in the middle of your story

By Elizabeth Pitman

Not everyone particularly likes the middle of the story – especially when it involves your own life story. Beginnings can be exciting where promises are received, and endings can be encouraging because they represent the breakthroughs where promises are fulfilled. Middles; however, typically involve some sort of waiting period, conflict, and/or refining experience and signify the growth that occurs between the beginning and the end.

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to Him, and He will make your paths straight.” Proverbs 3:5-6

Everyone wants to be on the mountaintop to see the breathtaking views and the majestic heights, but not in the valley, where growth, testing, and pruning occurs – The place where your character is shaped and faith is strengthened.
Don’t lose hope in the middle.

In Scripture, David and Joseph both experienced “middles” where they had to believe God when life didn’t make sense. Both had received promises and dreams from God, and both didn’t experience fulfillment immediately. Why? Both had to be shaped and prepared for the unbelievable doors the Lord would open for them and the callings that would impact nations.

Let’s take a deeper look.

David was faithfully tending sheep when God called him out of the sheep fields to be anointed the future king of Israel. Although overlooked by his family for this position, God saw this young man’s heart and chose him. That would certainly be a banner day! Imagine it: From sheepherder to future king in a sudden moment! Then, the epic standoff with Goliath where the Lord strengthened this young man to take down the fiercest giant of them all. It just seemed to be getting better and better for David!

And, now, cue the middle…

Jealousy entered the picture in King Saul’s heart, and David had to flee for his life. In a surprising turn of events, David became a cave dweller. One of those caves he lived in was called the Cave of Adullam. Maybe you feel like you’re in A-“dull”-am. A “dull” time that makes you go “um”?

It would be human nature for David to scratch his head in the midst of the cave and wonder why he was fleeing for his life when he had been anointed the future king. Where he resided for a certain period of time was a far cry from palace living. But, some of David’s most heartfelt and relatable psalms came during this difficult time in the middle of his story. Check what he wrote out below. Maybe this can provide hope that even future kings have felt this way and that God is preparing you for His perfect plan.

He sees you

“When my spirit faints within me, You know my way! In the path where I walk they have hidden a trap for me. Look to the right and see: there is none who takes notice of me; no refuge remains to me; no one cares for my soul. I cry to You, O LORD; I say, ‘You are my refuge, my portion in the land of the living. Attend to my cry, for I am brought very low! Deliver me from my persecutors, for they are too strong for me! Bring me out of prison, that I may give thanks to your name! The righteous will surround me, for you deal bountifully with me.’” Psalm 142:3

Despite discouragement, David continued to trust and praise God in the middle of this cave-dwelling season. And, after he completed a preparation process and a character test where he spared Saul’s life when he could have taken it, David became the king of Israel.

Even in the middle of your story

The total amount of time between being anointed king and then assuming the throne? 15 years…

Like David, Joseph trusted God in a very difficult season. At the beginning of his story, Joseph received a dream from the Lord that foretold an exciting future ahead for this young man. However, jealousy motivated Joseph’s brothers to sell him into slavery. Betrayal from his own family could have dampened this man’s vision, but he remained faithful to the Lord, and he was elevated… until he was lied about and falsely imprisoned in Egypt. Again, human nature would make you scratch your head in these circumstances. It would be hard to envision how his dream would come to pass as he sat in a prison cell. Not only that but after the Lord revealed another cell mate’s dream to Joseph, this cellmate forgot about Joseph for a time once he was released. I am sure Joseph thought that he would have a breakthrough once this occurred, but then, I think it’s worth repeating… he was forgotten for a time – not by God but by man.

Humility oftentimes precedes elevation. Are you currently being humbled? Then, be encouraged by Joseph’s story. In a “suddenly” moment—the time when God-ordained, Joseph was summoned out of the prison to interpret pharaoh’s dream. At just the right time, when his character had been shaped, when he was ready for the purpose of being second-in-command to the pharaoh, he was remembered. The Lord was with Joseph the whole time. He knew the preparation that this man needed to fulfill the dream He had given him.

Faithful in the little

Keep being faithful in the middle. The best is yet to come. Maybe your current story isn’t necessarily what you pictured because God’s ways are higher than ours. His ways are best. His timing is best. God’s preparation is best. His ultimate plans are for our good and His glory. Surrender the pen to the Author of your story and watch and see what He will do. Between the beginning and the end involves steps of faith – putting one foot in front of the other in obedience and faithfulness to what God has called us to do in the current season. Although middles look bleak, they are not half-hazard. Like David and Joseph, trials and preparation in the middle of the story refine, prepare, grow, and shape us for His plans and purposes.

We can rest in His promises and surrender to His will – even in the middle of your story. “‘For I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call on Me and come and pray to Me, and I will listen to you. You will seek Me and find Me when you seek Me with all your heart.’” Jeremiah 29:11-13


Again a word for me as a double whammy! I am in the middle of waiting on my promises from God. I am also in the middle of writing a book as a testimony for God’s deliverance. I can’t finish it until the promise comes as that is the grand finale. I started the book when I thought the wait would be a year or less but it is now going on five years! I have notes and notes, scriptures, prophecies; even a title for the book and a cover design … and it all waits on God.

Learning to Develop a Strong Spirit

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Kim Potter, Dayton, TN

Over the past few months, there is a subject God has brought up to me over and again. It’s the subject of having a strong spirit. After weeks of God speaking to me about building a strong spirit within me, it seemed everywhere I turned someone was saying something about a strong spirit.

Don’t Shut the Door

Most recently, Kenneth Copeland said, “A strong spirit makes a way for God to move. If you are talking doubt and unbelief, it shuts the door.” Yikes! If you are talking doubt and unbelief, it shuts the door! However, a strong spirit makes a way—a door in which God can move.

Proverbs 18:14 in the Amplified version says, “The spirit of a man sustains him in sickness, but as for a broken spirit, who can bear it?”

To sustain means to bear, to uphold, to keep from falling, to keep alive. In other words, a strong spirit will cause you to stand firm in faith regardless of what is going on around you.

Why is that important? Because if we do not waver at the promises of God we will see them manifest in our lives, every single time. Hebrews 3:14 tells us that we will partake of all Christ died to give us if we do one thing: if we trust God and His Word steadfast to the end. In other words, we do not waver.

If you have a strong spirit, you won’t begin to waver when time passes without seeing your answer manifest. You won’t be moved each morning when you wake up and didn’t see breakthrough the day before. You will continue to stand firm on His Word knowing that He is God and He does NOT lie. You will continue to call Him faithful, even while you wait.

That’s the truth about a strong spirit, but what about a weak spirit? How do you know if your spirit is weak? You’ll know this if you constantly feel overwhelmed. Proverbs 24:10 says, “If you faint in the day of adversity, your strength is small.”

We Have All We Need to Triumph

God never meant for adversity to destroy us. He gave us all we would ever need to triumph over adversity. However, to gain victory over adversity, our spirit must become strong and remain strong. Are you feeling weary and anxious? These too are signs of a weak spirit.

Galatians 6:9 says, “And let us not be weary in well-doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.”

If you are reading this and feel perhaps your spirit is not as strong as it should be, don’t be discouraged, you can begin this very day to strengthen your spirit.

It begins with the Word of God. If you want a strong spirit, you MUST read the Word of God, daily. Every single day. His word is our MANNA. In the Old Testament, God sent manna daily to feed the Israelites. We too must eat of this bread, the Word of the living God, daily. That is the main thing that will keep our spirits strong.

I recently heard a minister say that listening to sermons was the same as taking a supplement, while reading the Word of God for yourself is your true nourishment. I believe this to be truth. It’s great to listen to sermons but don’t allow it to be your only source of the Word of God. You must read the Word for yourself and you must do it daily, if you want a strong spirit.

We all want to thrive in God. To do that, we must develop strong spirits AND maintain strong spirits. I believe we are in a time of thriving. I also believe God is showing us how to thrive and that begins by strengthening our spirits.

Let’s start today by digging in His Word. Let’s immerse ourselves in His Word and watch our spirits grow strong! In doing so, victory will be ours…every time.

Kim Potter
A New Thing Ministries
Email: kim@anewthingministries.com
Website: www.anewthingministries.com

Kim Potter is the founder of A New Thing Ministries, which sends a daily teaching to over 10,000 people all around the world. Her articles have appeared on The Elijah List, Charisma, Spirit Fuel and iBelieve.com. Kim’s message is one of hope. She speaks to the heart of those who have grown discouraged and disappointed by the circumstances of life and imparts the desire and ability to stand against all odds; to stand for victory. She encourages people to press into God and discover that He is who He says He is.


manufacture-worryWell I read that and found I am weak more than strong so need to work on this for sure. Since I wake up many mornings and just start crying I guess I’m very weak on some days. I hold on to God and the promises He has given me but I do feel sad that things have not come to pass, even little ones and the trails just continue like weeds growing in the garden. You weed and hoe them all out and turn your back and they are popping back up in another part of the garden. I felt defeated when I read this but on the other hand I felt encouraged that I could build a strong spirit and this is one I’ll print off and read daily lest I forget.

Mirror Mirror on the Wall

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By Corine Channell

What lies are you believing about beauty and age?

Sometimes I find myself way too focused on what I see in my mirror. In my mind I feel pretty much the same age as I have for the past 30 years – for real! THEN I look in the mirror and go, Whoa! WHO are YOU?

Aging really is a gift; it means you are still here and not done. As women though, we seem to view aging as something to run from and something to cover up. There is make up, hair color, wrinkle gel, age spot cream, tooth whitener, the gym, healthy eating, and LOTS of vitamin infused water. These are all wonderful and useful, but should NEVER be the things we define our worth by. I am just as much a good bread baker with or without makeup. I am just as much of a creative Pinterest queen with or without hair color. I am currently writing – in my pajamas, messy hair and don’t care. Point being – our true value is NOT found in a mirror. It is found in our heart.

Have you ever met someone who just to look at from outward appearances, would not be considered attractive? However, there is some shine or glow that comes forth from every pore of their being and after you get to KNOW them, they become the most beautiful person you’ve ever met. I have had this experience. The most beautiful people I know are beautiful from the inside out!

If I lose myself in my negative opinion of my age and my physical flaws, I lose the true essence of who I am.

I, like most of us, want to somehow stay youthful. None of us like wrinkles or gray hair or any signs of aging. Really though, all these things are signs of LIFE! We got the scars and the wrinkles and the gray hairs from experiencing life! We stayed in the race. We ran to WIN. If I make it to the finish line and look like I fought my way there, (blood, sweat, tears, wrinkle and ALL), then THIS should be a GOOD thing. I so want to embrace my aging body. I am SO trying.

Who are we really?

What determines our worth? Are our looks really in this equation at all, or should they be? Sure, being healthy and active and fit are necessary for the ability to do and be more. Agree. But to dismiss our signs of aging as a bad thing HAS to go. We tend to dismiss older people as, “Oh, they are just old.” Really? JUST old? Buddy, we have lived through some stuff! What do you want to know? What can we teach you? What can we warn you about? Want to learn how to make bread? Older people are NOT a burden or a “has-been” or some random dusty antique – they are RELICS and survivors and warriors and walking encyclopedias of days gone by.

Sure, I am not elderly yet, but I WILL be. And so will ALL of us. How about we stop trying to avoid the aging process and embrace our job of teaching and serving and molding the NEXT generation? I think what is being lost is what the Bible speaks of when it refers to “…generation to generation shall speak His praises…” Young people NEED the older people. Older people NEED the young people. We are all connected. It is NO shame to be young nor is it shameful to be old.

I will probably still color my hair awhile longer, and use make up (you’re welcome). However I am going to stop being my own worst critic at the reflection in my mirror. I am going to cheer myself on and remind myself how far I have come and how much I still have to offer from that very long journey I took to get here.

“Let this be recorded for a generation yet to come, so that a people yet to be created may praise the Lord.” (Psalm 102:18)
What an older person can leave behind will matter to those who come behind us. Think of all the amazing life lessons you have accumulated – Psalm 78:4 says NOT to hide them from their children but TELL to the coming generation. Tell what? TELL ABOUT GOD and His deeds and His wonders.

THIS right here – “Remember the days of old; consider the years of many generations; ask your father and he will show you, and your elders – they will tell you.” (Deuteronomy 32:7)

Dear person over 50, who is emotionally crippled by the mirror and only sees physical flaws. It is TIME to rise up and be the shining light of generations gone, here, and yet to come. What an honor to still have time and opportunity to be a lighthouse for the lost, the battered and the broken. Teach them love, wisdom, forgiveness, when to speak or when to be silent; show them patience, teach humility, reinforce life skills, laugh often and loudly, take pictures, bake bread, journal your history and experiences, and be their refuge from a cruel world.

Come on my friends – step up and own your age! There is still time to leave a lasting legacy. The person in MY mirror wants to be a history maker. How about you? For the sake of generations HERE and yet to come, there is much work left to do. Lift up your glass of vitamin water with me! (wink wink) Cheers to us!


As an older woman I sure could relate to and appreciate this word. I feel younger and fine until I look in the mirror and my most negative thought is, “who do you think you are fooling, you are just plain old?” I know that is a negative thought but who among us women over 50 haven’t looked in a mirror and thought that? I remember my mom saying over and over that she didn’t feel her age but younger … clear into her 90’s she always felt a younger woman inside. She always saw that lion in her mirror! Maybe that is why she lived to a very old age.

How much does how we feel about ourselves change how we act and go through the older years of our life? I know people are always so quick to tell older women they should live in a unit in a city or get someone to share their home with if they are single. And I say why? Why can’t I go on being me and living the way I like if I am physically able? I love the TV commercial that shows an elderly woman who gets some help from the company advertising and she says, “I want to live in my own home and their help lets me.” I wonder how many older people are forced to live in places they don’t want to and do they feel as happy and and does their health fail because of it? I want to always see that lion when I look in the mirror … how about you?

Shifting the Nations: An Invitation to Partner with God

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By James W. Goll with Jonathan Stidham

Many prophets, intercessors and key leaders across the global Body of Christ all agree that we are in a critical time which the prophet Joel declared, “Multitudes are in the valley of decision.” (Joel 3:14)

Could it be that there are multitudes of individuals who are in such a pivotal, strategic time, but also that the destiny of entire nations are also in a valley of decision?  We (James W. Goll and Johnathan Stidham) believe this is the case. We believe many of you reading this article will be in agreement as well.

Jesus said, “For where two or three agree together, I am in your midst.” (Matthew 18:19) The Word of God also declares that, “One can chase a thousand and two can chase ten thousand.” (Deuteronomy 32:30) Yes, we are better together.

Governmental Vision

In early July 2019, Johnathan Stidham, founder of Ignite Church in Nicholasville, KY, had a series of governmental visions. The following is a brief account of those God encounters.

“I was getting into my car and my eyes were pulled into the nations. I looked and began to see the overturning of 31 national governments from corrupt liberal officials to ones God has deemed righteous and conservative. The Lord spoke to me and said, ‘A Joshua anointing has been released in the earth. You will see an outbreak of the Gospel of the Kingdom going forth resulting in a movement of freedom as the Spirit of God touches these nations.’”

At the beginning of the New Hebrew Year of 5779, I, James W. Goll, released statements that we were shifting into a time of “The Great Divide” amongst the nations.  I saw a deep polarization occurring where “hate speech would run rampart” that only a culture of honor could heal. But I have also been shown promises from the Lord in the midst of great tension.

Dread champions chosen by the Lord will be released upon the scene of history. They will carry the grace of Esther, Daniel, Joseph and Deborah. They will arise as counselors to those in authority. Some will arise like cream to the top of milk and become leaders of transformation. They will come, not from the normal governmental structures, but from the very structures of society itself. These are men and woman who are chosen for such a time as this to shift the nations toward righteousness.

Sudden Changes in the Nations

Recently, we have seen a dramatic shift in the nation of the Ukraine, where an entertainer has now become the chief leader. Brazil has followed suit electing a conservative man to power who is a dedicated believer in Christ Jesus. Friends of mine have personally prophesied and prayed over this man who is already aligning Brazil with the nation of Israel. Australia just elected and empowered a Pentecostal believer as Prime Minister and was publicly blessed at a large conference in Sydney.

And in El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, a successful businessman who was not planning to run for office, was prayed for and prophesied over by pastors on four different occasions. Each leader urged him to run for President! He is now the elected chief governmental leader of this nation. In a recent address, Bukele stated, “It’s important to put government in the hands of God. Pray for wisdom, and run government God’s way.”

Consider the people’s voices being raised in Puerto Rico where the Governor has just resigned and another is being chosen to fill the void. I have been given a promise that Canada will see a quick shift in its parliament and align once again as a nation who stands with the written Word of God and is a staunch supporter of Israel. It is on record that I have declared multiple times that God is preparing a woman to become the first truly elected Prime Minister of Canada, who will be a modern day Margaret Thatcher.

A Scepter Is Being Lowered

What time is it? It is the Time of the Shifting of the Nations! Millions of people are in the valley of decision. Nations are being tried and tested and sudden shifts are occurring. These governmental shifts are signs for us to read and be encouraged. Isaiah 60 declares that “darkness will cover the earth and gross darkness a people. But a light will shine and Kings will come to the brightness of its shining.”

Yes, a scepter by the King of Kings is being released as we approach the threshold of the new era of 2020 or 5780. It is a time for 20/20 vision. It is a time when grace will be manifested to complete the course, and where there will truly be a new beginning exponentially exploding in the earth.

What time is it? It is a fresh opportunity to partner with God in prayer and fasting, coupled together with bold action steps of faith and obedience. It is time to declare, “We shall take that mountain!”

In Eager Anticipation,

James W. Goll with Johnathan Stidham


Another good word that we can see the proof of simply by what is happening in countries around the world. War and rumor of war, unrest, riots and lies in media, social media blocking Christian and conservative views and government rivalry. You can’t miss it and it is for sure that God hasn’t missed it either and He is stepping in to expose and change things.  One line in particular holds our hope, “darkness will cover the earth and gross darkness a people. But a light will shine and Kings will come to the brightness of its shining.” God’s light will shine through us if we are willing to put it on a hill and not hide it under a bushel by ignoring and refusing to take a position with God!

It’s Time for Your ‘Reveal Party’!

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Sylvia Neusch

Though I received this word a number of months ago, the Lord has highlighted it again to me as the true birthing of the word is now here.

The Lord says, “My child, I have walked with you through this season of pressure and intense yearning. I have planted My seeds of ‘more’ deep within you. You have felt the pull of Heaven’s realm in your spirit, calling, urging, and declaring the greater things. You have felt a holy dissatisfaction with the status quo. You have come this far, and now you know you cannot go back.

“You have been made for more and the revealing is upon you. There has been much preparation to bring you to this moment in time. You have felt the sting of circumstances and the vice of squeezing that has pushed you through, preparing you for the new. Nothing has been wasted. Every evil assignment of your adversary I am turning. I am turning them for your favor. They will serve as stepping stools to propel you higher into your destiny.

“I am bringing healing to you now. In this next season, healing will come to your heart as joy and fulfillment erase the pain of your past season. I am shining truth into every dark crevice of your heart where lies have hidden until now.

“There must be a healing and then the revealing. Do not hurry through the healing hallways, as the depth of your healing will determine the height of your flight. But, you will emerge with wings that soar. I am giving you a steadfast heart and I am causing you to rise above those things that have sought to hold you back.

“Revelation will come to your orphan heart revealing true sonship and true daughtership. That which has been masked, covered, and just beyond grasp, will all become increasingly clear in glorious encounters with My love.

“My child, I am excited that the time of your unveiling is here! You are My workmanship that I have lovingly labored to create, and I am pulling back the veil that has covered you. I have painted every season of your life with the utmost love and creativity. The time of unveiling is upon you and you will witness firsthand My delight in revealing My masterpiece. Like a well-worded poem, you will emerge, born of My mind and heart, fashioned to impact the world that I love.

“The birthing time of My promises is upon you. All that I have planned and prepared will be unveiled. It’s time for your REVEAL PARTY, My beautiful one!”

“See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?” (Isa. 43:19a)

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Good word I felt deep in my spirit. That is what I love about these words that I find and why I love to share them. So many of them fit where we are and we can be encouraged, blessed and healed by hearing from them. We know they are from our Father God because the fit in places where no one else could know about them.

The Season of Noah: It’s Time to Build Your Ark!

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Gina La Morte

You don’t want to give up on your dream, you want to PREPARE for it. You want to be like Noah. Build the ark when there are sunny blue skies and everyone around you makes faces and tells you that you’re crazy. Be that person. So let them tell you that you are crazy, it’s crazy confirmation for building!

You really do want to be like Noah in this season and start building your dream when nothing is happening in the natural. I’m telling you by the Spirit to get prepared for the season of Noah. Start building the ark NOW. Get prepared for the rain and the RAINBOW PROMISE of what’s coming now. Do the architectural plans now. Do your research now. Take action on your dream like you know it’s going to rain because God said so!

Don’t be one of those who wanders around during sunny blue skies and misses the opportunity to get prepared. Be the spiritual one with eyes to see what’s coming. Noah was given a dream by God to ultimately save humanity. He was given a plan to build something when it looked like “in the natural” there was no reason to build it! Take your dream that seriously. Build. Prepare. Get ready. It’s going to rain.

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