You will be carriers of My glory

 

You will be carriers of My glory

Know this; that I have called you to be LIFE to a dying generation of people.  I have called you to carry My presence to a generation who has never known the goodness of God in the land of the living.

Dead man’s bones, do you hear the sound like Ezekiel heard?  The bones rattling – hear the sound and know that surely the Lord is in the place of death to bring forth life to this generation and you.

My children are called even as Ezekiels, seeing the idols, seeing the sin of My people.  But today I call you Joshuas, ones who will take the land, bring a people who were not a people into the land of living and life more abundant.

You will go and make disciples of all men, teaching them truth, never swaying with the winds of many “doctrines of devils” that many have fallen for in this generation, deceived by the deceiver.

You will be carriers of My glory.  You will bring many out of their deception, says the LORD, for you are Mine, you live and move and have your being in Me, says the LORD.

Rise up and rejoice every day, that your name is written in the Book of Life, and not for any other reason, for none would be greater than this, that you are Mine, Holy and Beloved of Me, says the Lord.

Come and let us move together, and bring about change and bring about a people who have no hope, back to the place of hope.  For only in Me will the hope they need be found, says the Spirit of the LORD.

Amen and Amen


Trials in Life

The Bible says, in this “world” we will have tribulation, but be of good cheer, as Jesus said, “I have overcome the world”.

Looking back on trials in my life, I can only pray that future generations will see the value of a trial.

As challenging as many trials are, they are the very avenues of life that form good, Godly fruit in our lives.

Trials build our character, they also build a tenacity that says, “I will never give up”.  Tribulations and trials form our lives and mature us into living a righteous and Holy life.

The Bible tells us many times to rejoice in infirmities and weaknesses!  These are an asset to our lives in Christ.  As time goes by we finally come to understand this.

“And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation works patience; And patience, experience; and experience, hope,”   Romans 5:3-4.

 

~ Gail Manizak


Gail ManizakGail Manizak of The Power and Presence Ministry, is all about encouraging the Body of Christ as a Ministry of Intercession and contending for our communities, as a House of Prayer.

 

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