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Running from God’s Character Changes
Do not try to run away from permanent character changes that God is bringing into your life through His word, His prophets and through situations you are facing, just because you have received a temporary solution to the problems you have been facing.
A wise man allows God to deal with their character so that the problems can permanently go away.
If you hang on to the character flaws God is dealing with now, you will experience the same problem…… not too long from now.
For Instance: If you are a careless SPENDER, God can release money to you in small doses until you learn how to spend it. But if you don’t understand this, you will keep blaming the enemy or saying God has forsaken you.
God can also keep you single, until you learn how to live or relate with strangers – (short tempers, low intolerance levels, pride, anger and offence-liking, will have to go).
The problem with many of us is not that we have stubborn problems but we have stubborn habits.
God would rather change the character than change the situation only to end up loosing you.
it is better for those called into ministry, to avoid taking up any spiritual title, if they cannot live up to the expectations of that title.
You don’t need a title to validate what Jesus can do through you.
The grace will speak for you.
You’d better drop it, if you took it up earlier than you should have.
Some of you might need to start studying the five-fold graces, before agreeing to call people, what they have only called themselves.
sometimes those called into ministry rush to take up titles just because somebody prophesied to them that they would operate in that grace.
Operating in a grace does not mean you are also licensed to operate in the office.
God is the one who gives the office and He will definitely give the power to live up to the expectations of that office.
Let God officially establish you, and you will shine.
if God did not appoint you in that office (spiritual), you will struggle to perform the duties associated with that office.
Do not rush into a spiritual office, you may embarrass yourself.
For example: You call yourself evangelist ×××××××, but you condemn lost souls and even wish Jesus would speedily come so that they go burn in Hell!
A true evangelist cries for the lost and does not condemn them for their ‘lack of knowledge.’ (If all you see are filthy people and not filthy spirits – you need Jesus more than anyone else).
A true apostle goes into territories to confronts powers of darkness. Apostles will bring deliverance to Nations, Territories, churches and individuals. Show me an apostle and I will see a ‘traveling bomb’.
A true prophet speaks the mind of God to the people, whether they listen or not. A prophet should ideally lead people back to God, and not away from Him.
A true pastor looks after the needs of the sheep and ensures that they understand how God manifests Himself through the five-fold graces.
A true teacher only teaches what He has learnt from the Holy Spirit and what reveals Jesus Christ. Any teacher who is not a friend to the Greatest Teacher, will teach from man-made interpretations which is extremely dangerous.
The roles of the aforementioned are not limited to my descriptions, but this just gives a summary of the roles.
~ Esther Hadassah
Revivalist & Apostolic servant of Jesus Christ
|Esther 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.|