Prophetic word – August

A few weeks ago I attended a  meeting and a prophetic word was given that I would like to share with you. I have permission from the person who gave this word.  I pray it blesses you.

In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ of Nazareth who came in the flesh, I honor each person at this meeting today. You are men and women of truth that are destined to reign. You were called and sealed for such a time as this to flow and grow in your calling.


You are heavily armed for combat and to defeat the enemy and his forces. You are people of the anointing to speak the truth and awaken the dry bones on those that have no hope. You are a generation of men and women that will fight the good fight, no matter the cost. You are men and women with a special DNA that transforms lives. You are men and women being transformed into the likeness of God´s own heart. 2 Corinthians 3:18

You are my bridge of hope. You are my righteousness. You are my apostles,prophets, evangelists, pastors, teachers, and generals whom I am raising up to build my church; and I don´t just mean my inner church, but also my church outside of the 4 walls.

Will you work with me? Let´s call back the lost generations of sons and daughters that do not know what they are doing. Shout and call them out of the caves. I need my people, and I need my army.


Raise up your swords and ride with me. I have given each and every one of you swords with specific assignments, and it is written in each of your swords, take a close look. Put on your uniforms and come with me, together we are triumphant, I am not  riding alone, I am riding with my bride and we will conquer!

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Writer’s block


Do you ever ask God questions?  I do.   I asked Him  a question regarding writing in my  morning prayer and journal time.  The specific question  was about writer’s block.   I share my journal entry:

When you spend time with Me in the mornings, my spirit breaks down the writer’s block, and the creativity will flow throughout the day.

I share this because I have changed  certain habits in my life to help me fulfill my calling.  One of these habits was to become a morning person.  My prayer and journal time used to be in the evenings, late, where I was tired from the days’ activities.

I intentionally get up and spend time in prayer, instead of spending that extra hour in bed, journaling and reading the word.

Another life change I have made is to spend more time with friends.   I have discovered  a break to make that phone call,  going out for coffee or lunch would give me rest, and help with my writing.

It works.

I have also changed my ministry appointments.  My calendar was full all month to those needing prayer.   I now have free days for myself, friends,  family and for the Lord.

I have found for me to fulfill my calling, a change in my routine was in order.

As we change, grow and learn, our habits need to change.  It took me a while to understand that I needed some re-arranging to do, but I eventually got it.

It goes with any gift the Lord gives us.  We have to do our part to fulfill our calling, our dreams, our hopes, and desires.

It requires action.

When we take action and make necessary adjustments in our lives, we begin to see growth.

What habits have you changed to accommodate your growth in the Lord? Share them below in the comments, I would love to hear from you.

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How to use your spiritual gifts



Have you ever felt  you don’t have any spiritual gifts, that God has passed you by?  That is not true.   Once  we accept Christ as our Lord and savior, we are given spiritual gifts, and we are also given a measure of faith.

When we feel the Holy Spirit prompting us to do or say something, what is our first reaction? For me, it was doubt and insecurity. I doubted the gifts the Lord placed upon me and I could not trust.

I feared failure.

The  lies came in like a flood, and I believed every single one of them.

I believed the lie that said I will sound stupid, why are you going to speak, they will only ignore you.  You, a sinner? How could God possibly use you?  It took a long time for me to finally step out and trust God.

The change did not happen overnight; it was  gradual. The gifts the Lord gave me are pure, the vessel  was not. This vessel had some cleaning out to do, big time!

Acts 1:8 But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.

Who is the Holy Spirit?

Through the Holy Spirit,  we have the power to testify.  He  is the spirit of truth.  We have life and peace. He  gives us gifts to edify the church, and the spirit gives us liberty.

Now  we know this, how do we begin operating in our spiritual gifts?

Give it voice

Please open your mouth and speak.  Don´t do what I did. After it was all over,  then I would speak up. It was too late, and the blessing was robbed.

Step out in faith

When we feel a nudge inside our gut, a feeling, a sensation, a thought, that is the Holy Spirit speaking to us.

We will need to step out in faith, and say what came to mind.  Anything from the Lord will be words of encouragement and exhortation. There will be no correcting or rebuking.

Share with others

If you are unsure of what you are receiving, share it with a seasoned person. That´s ok, it does not mean that you are wrong, it just means you need some encouragement and reassurance.

What if you make a mistake?

Great! Now you know what NOT  to do.  You will avoid that mistake the second or third time around.  Making mistakes  is the only way you will grow in your gift , it is  our best learning curve and teacher.

What about  insecurity, the lies?

We all face the lies the enemy throws our way, and we need to identify them and discard them. When I pray for people, one of the things I teach is how to discard the lie and replace it with the truth.

Speak the opposite of the lie.  Find scripture, or receive the truth from the Holy Spirit and speak it over yourself.

Hang out with like-minded people

When you are stepping out in your spiritual gifts, look for those that are mature in the Lord. They will be more than happy to help you and pray for you. Spend time with them, have coffee, or just ask to meet with them so  you can evacuate your fears, doubts, and concerns. These people  love to help.

I enjoy very much encouraging those I see with a great potential and ending our time in prayer and exhortation.

As you grow and mature in the Lord, so will your gifts. But you must use them to increase your spiritual muscles. As you use your gifts, you will be surprised how the Lord will cause you to grow and mature.  Before you know it, you will be eating solid food.

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