How to Position Yourself in Times of Transition


If you’ve been going through a difficult time for a while or feeling a sense of unrest with everything that’s going on in the world right now, I want to encourage you to hang on, because something new is coming.

In this week’s Spirit Connection podcast, I’ll share with you some of the supernatural encounters I describe in my 2017 Prophetic Forecast to give context for what God is doing and why we often misinterpret things God speaks — like the Second Coming of Jesus and the Blood moon prophecies.

Plus, find out what spirit is dominating the atmosphere now (and how we can bring healing) and how to take steps to not only survive, but also thrive during this time of transition and uncertainty.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • What assignment was handed to me from the late prophet Bob Jones (and why it came a year after he passed away).
  • How we can misinterpret what we hear from God, especially when it comes to the Second Coming of Jesus.
  • What really happened with the Blood moon prophecies.
  • More about the 22 days of heavenly encounters I had during last year’s “Days of Awe”.
  • The Daniel 7 Ancient of Days “Court” in Heaven that was held over you.
  • Steps to possess the Kingdom and a change that’s coming.
  • A new gate opening in heaven — and what it means for you.
  • How to survive AND thrive during a time of transition.
  • The spirit that’s dominating the world right now and how we can get healing.
  • How to position yourself for something new.

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~ Doug Addison

Doug AddisonDoug Addison is a prominent conference speaker captivating audiences with clean stand-up comedy and high energy prophetic messages, also shared on TV, radio and the Internet for over a decade.  He brings laughter, fun and a unique prophetic style while empowering people to transform their lives, discover their destiny and understand dreams, tattoos and piercings. His powerful messages stay with his audiences long after hearing him.

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