Let our souls be ignited!


Today, by a flaming sword in the mouths of many prophets, God wants to ignite an explosion of joyful powerful life beyond measure, passion and strength aflame with joy unspeakable and full of glory.  Forget your circumstances and your woes and lift your eyes to the mountain of God.  Hear the heavenly music of glory lifting our spirits into the vast expanses of heaven’s abundance of righteousness, peace, and joy.

Let our souls be ignited with the holy fire of His heavenly love and irresistible power to conquer the enemies of God.  No man can stand before us because God and His glorious power from heaven is with us.  No evil, no foe, nothing can stand against the supreme power of Holy God in us and with us.

Let the fire begin in our hearts and explode into the atmosphere around us.  Leap into His presence without reservation or hesitation.  Shout for the glory that is fallen upon us in this hour.  Abandon our fearful and tired bodies and mindsets, fly into the realms of Glory, and receive the impartations of the joy of the Lord.

Be strong in the Lord and mighty in spirit and heart to conquer all that rises against God with the contagious joy of Christ in us.  This is our time to arise in spirit and inner strength of the Lord’s joy.  Let the strength of holiness of God within flow out of our mortal bodies transforming us into flaming ministers of the fire of God.  There is no enemy that can stand against us, none that can dampen the holy enthusiasm of God in us the reality of the glory of God now and forever.


~ Ron McGatlin

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Ron McGatilnRon McGatlin Ron has over 55 years of seeking to serve God in ministry and business.  Barbara has served in pastoral and Christian education positions for over 10 years.  They currently make their home in the foot hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina, USA.  Ron has written 5 books on revival and the in-breaking kingdom and continues to write powerful apostolic/prophetic articles published weekly in the OpenHeaven.com Digest.

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