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Moving Higher in the Kingdom — 3 Comments

  1. Thank you for the Word from the Lord.
    I believe this is my message from the Lord. The Lord have brought me to a new level in the Kingdom of God.There is still some things that is still clinging in my life that needs to be put away. And God has confirmed it through this message. Away with gossiping and tale-bearing and joking its time to get into serious business with the Lord. I have been in prayer and asking Him to examine my heart and remove all bitterness and selfishness in order for me to move in the Kingdom. Praise the Lord for His continuous mouldering and convicting His children to be perfect like Him.
    Bless you Brother.

  2. Thank you precious brother,
    Again you give me a blessed Word through the Lord.
    This has been my frequent prayer the last months because the enemy try to provoke us to disobedience with our mouths.
    “…I will take heed to my ways, that I sin not with my tongue: I will keep my mouth with a bridle, while the wicked is before me,” Psalm 39:1.

  3. Thank you precious blessed brother in Christ!

    I will put also this among my ‘favorites.’
    Again, in the right time, a Word and a confirmation to me from the Lord through you.

    Some years now, the Spirit of the Lord has restrained my tounge (Mark 16:17) to only speak – not to “quote” bible verses but- in agreement to God’s Word and Will, anything outside this has been impossible to express.

    The last weeks the ‘enemy’ have, through his human vessels, tried to provoke me to ,in anger or self defense, speak out of the flesh.
    This have made me to pray according to the verses below because I am sure that if the enemy so intensively wants me to be disobedient with my mouth there must be some blessing waiting around the corner.
    Just the other week the enemy, after several verbal attacks, which I did not respond to, shouted “It is NOT that you do not answer me!”
    Next time I met the person, she did avoid me and did not attack again. The devil must flee from an obedient child of God.

    “I will take heed to my ways, that I sin not with my tongue,I will keep my mouth with a bridle, while the wicked is before me,” Psalm 39:1.

    “a man of understanding keepeth silence,” Proverbs 11:12.

    “And when he was accused of the chief priests and elders, he answered nothing. And he answered him to never a word, insomuch that the governor marvelled greatly,” Matthew 27:12-14.