Romance with ME!

 

Encounter on the 6th of December…

I had a dream where someone sang a sweet song to me, “I was there before you met them..  I AM here still and will always be there…”

I woke up with a heart of love and deep intimacy.  This was about 4 a.m.  I was so caught up in the euphoria of His presence and began to worship into heights with tears streaking down creating a runway on my cheeks.

While in that height of worship, I heard these words,  “romance with me…”  then the words that followed were, “ministry is the child that is conceived in your womb through the romantic intimacy with me… Ministry is the child of god in the heart of man to be born on earth.”

Ministry is the end result (child) that comes when you spark up, and light up the romantic flames and fire with The Lord!  That spark is what conceives and births true ministry!

You want to know what your ministry is?  Don’t seek for seers, or prophets or visionaries, but get intimate with The Lord!  Be sensitive to the seasons of your spiritual ovulation period and get intimate with The Lord at all times so the sperma (seed) of God can impregnate you!

Until you are spiritually pregnant of His seed, you have no business with a maternity ward.  Yes, as hard as this may sound, it is true!

Show me a virgin in a maternity ward.  Show me sunrise that comes from the west.  Show me a river that never flows, and show me a woman who will never fall in love!

As all of these are impossible.  You will never find a true God-born ministry which is not a product of romantic intimacy with The Lord!

 

~  by Mark Cyril


Pastor Mark Cyril Author, teacher, motivational and conference speaker, Pastor Mark Cyril is the international President of CYRIL MARK WORLD EVANGELISM – an independent ministry taking the message of the cross across the Nations turning many in their numbers to salvation through Jesus Christ. He is also the Senior Pastor of Revelation Apostolic Community; an apostolic and Prophetic Word based ministry in Abuja the capital city of Nigeria – West Africa.

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