Why are so many looking back?

 

Walk away from drama, distractions and everything that has to do with your past and step into the now. . . there you will find Him . . .  and all glory, beauty and holiness will be there also. . . . . . and nothing can compare to this.

“My beloved responded and said to me, ‘Arise, my darling, my beautiful one, And come along. For behold, the winter is past, The rain is over and gone.  The flowers have already appeared in the land; The time has arrived for pruning the vines, And the voice of the turtledove has been heard in our land.…”   Song of Solomon 2:10-12.

Arise, see………..  let the glory permeate your entire being.

There comes a time in each of our lives that as we press into the presence of the Lord and refuse to look back.  We must be resolved to close the chapter of yesterday and truly turn the page.  Now take a deep breath, step into His glory and let that Glory permeate our entire being.

In early morning prayer and intercession, the Lord said to me.  “Why are so many looking back?”  (When the Lord asks me a question, I don’t try to give an answer, I just keep listening.)

He continued, “Ahead of them are great possibilities and there are numerous.

I say to My people, “Arise and go from the place and let me show you what is ahead, focusing on me will lead one to their destiny.”

Seek Me, ask me and knock. . .  I will reveal these things to you”  Walk away from what was and embrace what is before you.”

There is a covenant that the Lord has established with us, in us and through us . . . . . . .these things are settled in the heavens.  The Lord is saying now let them be settled in our hearts and in our heads. . . . .

“I will confirm my covenant with you and your descendants after you, from generation to generation.  This is the everlasting covenant: I will always be your God and the God of your descendants after you.”   Genesis 17:7 (NLT).

“The promises were spoken to Abraham and to his seed.  Scripture does not say “and to seeds,” meaning many people, but “and to your seed,” meaning one person, who is Christ.”  Galatians 3:16.

From Old Testament to New Testament:  His covenant promises are forever. . . . .

When Christ is the seed planted in us . . .  and when it remains so are “His promises.”

 

~ Phyllis Ford


Phyllis FordProphet Phyllis Ford of Phyllis Ford Ministries is called by God’s grace as a prophet to the nations; now in ministry for 27 years. With yearly and monthly Words, she and husband Apostle Miles release the Word of the Lord via their website. Her ministry emphasizes the Watchman call and duty in governance, as she teaches prophetic schools of ministry, intercession and deliverance workshops and tours worldwide, speaking into the lives of ministry leaders, encouraging prayer, and releasing regional strategies.

Please continue to stretch out in your giving! May God Bless you and may the light of God shine upon you unlike ever before! © Copyright 2016 by Phyllis Ford Ministries A Personal Message from Prophet Phyllis Ford to all current subscribers: We have added Pay Pal at your request you can go to our NEW website www.phyllisfordministries.com where you will find more content and a donate page. We encourage our subscribers to join us by sowing a seed into this work of the Lord. No seed is too small to give. We are grateful to God for you, your kind words and emails that have been shared on how you have been impacted by the Lord’s prophetic releases as well as your comments concerning the times that we live in. We pray over our subscribers, your emails, and prayer request because you are special to us.  You can email me: phyllisfordministries@gmail.com   PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW MAILING ADDRESS: All letters and prayer request may be sent to: P.O. Box 200601 Arlington, Tx 76006 Offerings may be made out to: Phyllis Ford MinistriesI now have a Facebook page and a Twitter account. To become part of my social network go to: www.facebook.com/phyllisfordministries and send me a friend request and I will be sure to accept you. You can also follow me on Twitter

Comments

Why are so many looking back? — 1 Comment