Calling things to be!Prophecy over your own life!
Abraham calleth those things to be as though they already are. He was given the title Father of faith governing many nations.
I thank you for prosperity now!
I thank you for healing now!
Now faith is the report of the Lord.
17 (As it is written, I have made thee a father of many nations,) before him whom he believed, even God, who quickeneth the dead, and calleth those things which be not as though they were.
Kim M. Warner
Good evening, Giving birth to a new world… We discussed a viewpoint of thinking last night that helps us understand the creation of our own individual world. We’re not just in a collective societal world creating, but also responsible for creating our own individual worlds. Taken this important informations into account we take today to start a positive creation and carry that creation over into tomorrow and the day after watching it until the manifestation appears. The process is much like having a baby. Sometimes the time to birth is less than nine months and sometimes longer when we allow our minds to become confused. Thus it all depends on the discipline of our mind to hold and intention, desire, or thought in place until it comes forth without wavering.
The One forming light and creating darkness, Causing well-being and creating calamity; I am the LORD who does all these.
Kim M. Warner
Shari Lowmans word : Realeasing the Resurrection Power!
John 1:12 KJV
But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name:
REPEAT AFTER ME: I GOT THE POWER! !!!
Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth. Go ye therefore …(Matt. 28:18-19a)
Jesus delegated His power to us!
He gave us His power of attorney to speak His words, act in His name and get His results! We can speak resurrection power over our lives and situations, declaring what God has already spoken. And we can expect that Word to produce exactly what God said it would.
Luke 10:18-19 AMP
And He said to them, I saw Satan falling like a lightning flash from heaven.  Behold! I have given you authority and power to trample upon serpents and scorpions, and physical and mental strength and ability over all the power that the enemy possesses; and nothing shall in any way harm you.
Say: I GOT THE POWER!
Jesus is a healerThere is an deepness of God that has entered in and drifted around the most counter part of my mind placing an overwhelming unspeakable joy that wants to bring enjoyment to someone else’s life of whom has been abused left without hope. Someone mistreated by lack of knowledge and discouraged through misunderstanding. The Bible says in Isaiah 52:7 How lovely on the mountains are the feet of him …who brings good news of happiness, WHO announces salvation, and says to Zion your God Reigns. The shattered ness in the heart that has a shell which won’t crack, but wants to be lifted from the swiftness of the dust and delivered from the dirt called sin. A sin that sometimes keeps a bottled up spirit from embracing the truth about freedom and a conscious that wants to be free from a world of judgement. The Bible says in Matthew 7:3 Why do you see the speck that is in your brother’s eyes, but do not notice the log that it in your own eye? For there is a seed of beauty planted on the in side of each one of us that will shine over all the clouds of darkness which seem to be gray and spring forth a brightness withholding our God who from Glory to Glory is faithful, kind, and just filled with countless blessings sharing a love like you have never known before. For the Bible says in 1 Peter 4:8 Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins. To be free from abuse or anything that keeps you in an isolated state of mind is to be free from your conscious. Thank you God that you bring freedom.
Fighting the Good Fight of Faith
I never knew how many boxing or “fight” fans that existed in the world until the recent fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. The one thing that I recognized is that all of us are familiar with being in a fight and we can all relate to it on some level. As we know, not all fights are physical fist fights. Some fights deal with our health, finances, relationships, families, or even our soul.
Often times, being involved in a fight causes us to dig deep and take a stand for what is really important to us. Thus, all of us can draw some type of connection when boxers step into a ring to fight, which I think is a great tool of reflection for our lives, outside of the obvious entertainment factor.
Most fans will consider a fight to be great when the match involves slugging, toe-to-toe punching, busted faces, and/or knock-outs. One of the things that is highly criticized in boxing is when a fighter is good enough to master the ART of hitting without getting hit a lot. This may generate a boring fight to some, but that is an awesome demonstration of how we should fight in the battle of life. With that said, how can we transfer that same type of wisdom and ingenious behavior in our lives?
I’m learning that life will HIT you with problems when you don’t display a good defensive strategy. Scripture says that wisdom is a “defense” (Eccl 7:12). Therefore, we have to learn how to live life where we can master defensive strategies and counterpunch with aggression and urgency when necessary.
I’m discovering that strategic planning (wisdom in action) can help minimize getting hit with the so-called surprises of life. This can be done by living within your means, creating emergency funds, getting proper maintenance for your car, maintaining a healthy diet, exercising, investing in your education, investing time with your family, investing in your kid’s education, investing in your spiritual growth, saving for retirement, and etc. These strategies are important because we all know that an inevitable big balled-up fist from life is coming our way sooner or later.
On the other hand, with regards to fighting back, being aggressive with these action plans after getting hit with a setback allows us to comeback with a flurry of counter-punches. Our setbacks can be a setup for a comeback, but we have to be willing to fight back! This requires intentional effort of taking the bull by the horns and saying that “enough is enough”. Once we get ahead in the fight, we can get cruise in the fight with strategic planning and defensive fighting, which minimizes us from getting hit a lot.
We are called to fight the good fight of faith, but the good fight of faith involves standing up for what we believe in, developing a plan, executing the plan, being relentless and never quitting. Amen. Be blessed.
Written By: Quincy Mason
Published by: Inner Faith Wealth Builders !Evangelism
Copyright © 2015
Cash is king my Father told me, not that it is Lord over your life, but when you choose to use it wisely it will be a supplier of all your needs. Being that we are in this world but not of it says, that we are yet responsible for our contribution of use to the money system, which means we are authorized to respect the use of money as well.
Take Jesus many Christian still believe he had no real relationship with money, but this is not true. Jesus had an inner circle of dignified wealthy men who walked with him, one of which was a treasurer whose was Judas Iscariot.
In the case of Judas, greed had its way in him driving him to betray Jesus, also selling Jesus out for money. This act caused Jesus to go on the cross but it also brought Judas to and even more traumatic experience, Judas hung himself. The moral of the story my Father told me, is if you are not disciplined with money the desire of greed can arise within you causing you to make decisions that forfeit your ability to handle money wisely, also causing your own suffering throughout life until you find yourself making right relations with money.