Irony ~ And the Height of It!

2 Words in 1

 

Judging in Season?

Don’t judge anyone based on their season!

You may have seen them in their worst season when everything was dark, painful, shameful and unfruitful.

You might have seen them in their season of demotion, suspension, affliction, rejection but you are about to see them in a season of joy, celebration, elevation, promotion and recognition!

If you have been judged harshly and mocked in your pit season, I am announcing to you, the same are about to see you in your palace season!

Your season of ‘things taking shape’ is here.

Your season of joy, celebration, elevation, promotion and recognition is here.

Don’t despair!


Irony ~ And the Height of It!

People of God — this will pinch!

It’s ironical that when you are looking for spiritual help, you chase after that pastor, prophet, apostle…….

You write desperate messages, call relentlessly, camp at their base if you have to, travel to where they are and even start supporting their ministry to some degree……

Then you get them, begin to receive counsel, prophecy, deliverance, and you start to testify.

Things begin shifting for you and before we know it, you are rising higher and doing greater!

Then you suddenly disappear – no bye-byes, no more talking, you even ignore their message or call when you see it.

Are you okay?

Are you operating in the right spirit?

Why can’t you leave the same way you came?

Check yourself if you operate like this with servants of God.  You must examine yourself by the Word and turn away from this form of wickedness.

If you feel your time is up with a certain person or minister, face them up boldly, have tea with them, express your next plan and go in peace.

If you were supporting that ministry in any way through your gift, service or financially, give them an advance notification of your plan to leave, because otherwise you disrupt the work of God.

If you cannot do it to your employer, why do it to a Kingdom leader?

That is wickedness and God does not bless wickedness.

Never imagine that you are punishing a servant of God by your rash, inconsiderate and deliberate actions — you are simply mocking God who used them to whatever small or big degree for your sake.

Let your actions be led of the Spirit of God.

Remain in God and accountable to God because at the end of the day, it is God to whom you will answer.

Don’t use anyone to try and change your circumstances!

Stop burning bridges!  You may need to use that same bridge again!

 

Shalom,
Esther Hadassah
Revivalist & Apostolic servant of Jesus Christ


Eather HadassahEsther Hadassah is an apostolic minister and an end-time revival preacher.  She has been serving in full time prophetic ministry for the past three years.  The LORD has called her to preach the message of the holiness and repentance and to set the captives free.


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