The Double D's; Distraction/Disappointment to Declaring/Decreeing
Updated: Jan 12
Distraction & Disappointment is one of the great plots of the enemy to divert our destinies, if he can keep the Body of Christ constantly looking at the temporal, trying to battle in the flesh and keep us tethered to our feelings (that are ever moving so absolutely not a measuring tool) then he has won. He doesn't care if you are born again as long as you don't step into your destiny of triumph walking in the delegated authority Christ has given ALL who are called Sons and Daughters. Father is no respecter of persons....whom so ever will~
Focus on what the Lord has called YOU to do otherwise you will be exhausted and completely ineffective. May the Church move from a place of Peace not responsibility, not religious duty, not political correctness, not a watered-down Gospel that pats the demonic on the back stroking egos. May she move with the innocence of doves but shrewd as serpents, may our focus be sharp, targeted and sure as we hit the mark of what Father has called us individually to do, our assignment.
May we become the Mature Bride, where our private and public worlds are cohesive, we are not different on Sunday than we are on Monday, we are the same beautiful mess, who knows our Father and are committed to a rested faith. Where we cut soul ties with false responsibility, which is misplaced compassion resulting in the pitfall of ourselves and others keeping them immature never allowing them to grow. May we have that inner certainty REGARDLESS of what we see with our eye gates, may we focus on what our inner man KNOWS; It ROARS out loudly that with a resounding with Christ I will prevail....we are seated with Christ in Heavenly places NOW, we should act like we believe that~
The Mature Bride understands dominion, understands that we are Sons and Daughters of the Most High God, that we are more than conquerors...not because we feel it...BUT because Christ says it! We understand that Solid food belongs to those who are of full age; that is those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern good from evil, Hebrews 5:14