“Maria Mason shares about how freedom is a gift that we are given in Christ and it relates totally to our understanding of sonship. From that point on, we step into greater and increasing levels of freedom in our lives everyday! At some point the Lord is going to break forth inside you as a freedom fighter for others! The Harvest is white and its important to share the freedom you’ve been given with others in really easy and natural ways !”
God has spoken so many incredible promises and destiny words over all of our lives. Knowing His goodness, trusting His word and understanding His processes is an essential part of our walk towards our breakthroughs.
The intimate love-relationship God wants with his people forms one of Scripture's major plot lines. The wedding practices of ancient Israel point us to a God who has won our heart and who is continually whispering to us, "come away with me".
Family is the greatest gift that The Father has given to his Bride. Families are the greatest sign and wonder the world needs to see. It's the foundation that all other gifts spring from. We are called to lay down our lives for one another putting others needs above our own. We see this in the life and cross of Christ.
A major theme of both the Old and New Testaments is the proximity of the voice of God. Jesus is the Voice of God. Our goal ought to be to stay close to God’s heart by hearing and obeying His voice and not hardening our hearts. The theme of “Obey My voice” runs through the whole Bible and is a prophetic call to a life of radical obedience that will lead to radical fruitfulness.
From time to time all of us who pour ourselves out for Jesus and His bride feel a wave of fear hit us that we might burn out because we give out so much. Burn out is real and can happen but God has created a powerful provision to prevent spiritual burnout. We are urged to wait on Him to regain new strength. Isaiah 40 is the key to running and not growing weary.
In this message, Paul explores what we must learn to do with the Fathers words over our lives.
When we receive salvation God totally forgives us, but we often don't forgive ourselves. It is God's desire for us to be completely free in our hearts of shame, self rejection and self hatred. By accessing his grace in our lives we are able to be made more like Christ each day, learning to love our selves the way he loves us.
Jesus said something quite profound: "As I hear the judgment passed by My Father, I execute judgment!" (John 5:30 TPT) The church is also called to execute judgment in the earth (Isaiah 16:3) and this is the call to rule and reign with Christ on the earth. To judge means to rule and govern in the spiritual realm. But later in the passage in Isaiah we are told that "In mercy the throne will be established!" (Isaiah 16:5) We need the Father's heart to rule and reign with Christ in the earth. Let this podcast challenge you to rule alongside Jesus with mercy. Whenever we are offended it clouds our judgment and disqualifies us to rule and reign with Christ.
Part 2 - Each person has an amazing legacy to leave on the earth after they go into Heaven. This legacy is cultivated within family. We will see in ages to come a generation of those who have come behind us in our footsteps and who remember you for the great costs, the choices made and the glorious victories from your battles fought on earth.