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By: Prophetess Asha McDermott





Have you ever been at the place of what feels like no return? Something has impacted you so gravely that you're not even sure how to continue progressing? Well that's perfectly normal in a prophetic world.


You will not always FEEL prophetic, or feel inspired. In fact, you might feel pathetic instead of prophetic. The term itself can become overwhelming and just far out of reach. This is when you are in desperate need of community and reassurance. It is impossible to endeavor to do life alone. Adam couldn't. Abraham didn't, and Moses needed Aaron. Who do you need? It's not about what we want, but what we need. God knows this and has already provided for you.


When you are divinely aligned to God's will for your life you will find that He will use His people to connect you, propel you, push you and catapult you. To avoid, ignore, or even mishandle such connections would mean to miss your kairos moment where God is presenting an opportunity for you to grow in Him.


Take the time to seek God to learn what He is calling you to do right now and who He is using to help you. Even if that person is not someone who knows you, their ministry, business and influence can still impact you.


This is a season of being personal with the Lord. A season of praying, fasting and being intimate with God. So when you don't "feel" like God is speaking to you that doesn't matter. What matters is how you position yourself despite what you feel. Postion yourself in prayer and fasting. Position yourself by reading the word of God. Position yourself within the community God is calling you to. Position yourself in your calling and destiny.


Another shift is here and it's taking you into the winds of God to soar with His spirit.



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By: Beuvely Severe





Imagine this, you receive a phone call about an inheritance your great grandfather set aside just for you. Instead of obtaining it immediately, you let a few months and even years pass by before you obtain what was set aside just for you.


Now that the children of Israel had entered and conquered the Promised Land, it was time for land distribution. Some of the tribes had already received their portion. There were seven tribes that had not yet received the portion of land allotted to them. There had to have been some hesitance because Joshua posed this question to the seven tribes, "How long will you put off entering to take possession of the land which the Lord, the God of your fathers, has given you?" Joshua 18:3. Scripture doesn't explicitly tell us why the tribes hesitated to receive their inherited portion, but alluded to the fact that fear, and even intimidation might have played a role. All the Canaanites were not destroyed. But God already promised Abraham that his descendants would inherit the land of Canaan. The territory was already theirs!


The Bible calls us heirs of God, co-heirs with Christ through salvation. An heir is one who has acquired or obtained the portion allotted to them. An heir is an inheritor or a possessor. When referring to the Messiah, an heir is one who receives his allotted possessions by right of sonship.

Romans 8:15For you did not receive the spirit of bondage again to fear, but you received the Spirit of adoption by whom we cry out, “Abba, Father.” The Holy Spirit is given as a gift to those who profess their faith in the Son, Jesus. What I love about the Good News is that in Christ you become valuable, and life becomes purposeful. In Christ you are given a new “narrative,” you were “this” and now become, “that”. You were blind now you receive sight. You were deaf and now you can hear. You were lonely and alienated, but now you have God living on the inside! You were poor but now you have become rich.


So, I want to ask you what Joshua asked the seven tribes, “How long will you put off entering to take possession of the land which the Lord, the God of your fathers, has given you?" The birth, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ has granted you access to the Kingdom of God! You do not have limited access, but full! Your inheritance package includes eternal life; peace, joy, and righteousness; healing; a sound mind; spiritual sight; spiritual gifts; purpose, calling, and an assignment.


How long will you put off obtaining all that is due to you through the finished work of Jesus Christ?


"My choice is you, God, first and only.

And now I find I’m your choice!

You set me up with a house and yard.

And then you made me your heir!"

Psalm 16:5-6 MSG

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"Do not limit me," says the Lord. "Do not limit me in you!"


In Psalm 18:29, David so wonderfully paints a picture of what it is like to be supernaturally helped and defended by the Lord, "for by you I can run against a troop, by my God I can leap over a wall."


God is not a mere God nor is He deaf, mute, or blind. God is Alive and more than willing to help us in time of need.


I would like for us to focus on a familiar story in the book of Genesis. Abraham and Sarah were old, Sarah was past the age to bear a child. They received news that they were about to have a son that following year. This made no sense to them, so Sarah responded by laughing. God then posed this question to Abraham, "is there anything too hard for the Lord," Genesis 18:14. God then continues after asking the question with this, "I will return to you at the appointed time next year, and Sarah will have a son." God was not looking for a verbal response, He was looking for a faith response.


You prove your faith when you obey what God has spoken by preparing and taking the necessary steps for the manifestation of the promise. Like many of us, Abraham did not always get it right. However, his faith did not waver, nor did he wallow in unbelief and distrust concerning the promise of God. God promised he would have a son and be a father to many nations. Like Abraham, we are to be fully persuaded that God has the power to do what He promised, Romans 4:20-22.


What will your Faith response be to God this year?



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