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.
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
In this message Phil Mason explores our call to be merciful as our Father is merciful. Truth without mercy can be a deadly weapon in the hands of the church. But the Scriptures put mercy and truth alongside one another so we carry the truth in a heart marinated in divine mercy. “Mercy and truth have met together; righteousness and peace have kissed.” (Psalms 85:10) This message goes right to the heart of the teachings of Jesus in calling us out of our judgmentalism and into a place of expressing the Father’s heart of mercy and love.
King Nebuchadnezzar was one of the greatest kings to ever live, but his pride almost killed him. It made him less than human and isolated him from mankind. King Jesus was the greatest king to ever live and he humbled himself to die a criminals death on the cross. His compassion and empathy for others was the greatest display of humanity the world had ever seen. See how His humility and passion reconnect us with the Father.
What does it mean to be the royal priesthood? A priest stands between two worlds. Priests represents heaven to earth and earth to heaven. We are called to be a house of prayer for all nations and to minister the glory of the kingdom to all nations. Jesus is our High Priest and we are a kingdom of priests in Him. This message by Phil Mason will fill you with vision as you discover your new priestly identity in Christ.
At the resurrection Jesus adopts us into his royal family and calls us brothers and sisters. He turns every system on its head and now sends both sons and daughters. This is a family business and he is ready to meet each of us where we ate at.
Each of us are can speak or prophesy to the Holy Spirit DNA in others, igniting in them the power of the new creation! As image bearers of the Father, we must keep recommitting to this amazing gift! You are now shaped by the promise of God not the experiences of failure or defeat. Prophecy calls us back to Sonship in the Father, to live His dream and to come into alignment to the truth of your new identity. Lets stir up the gift of prophecy every day!
Paul said: "Every time Christ himself is seen for who He really is, who you really are will also be revealed, for you are now one with Him in His glory!" (Colossians 3:4 TPT) The unveiling of Christ to us is also the unveiling of Christ in us! The more we behold Him in His glory the more we can see who Jesus is in us. In this message Phil Mason explores the place of beholding God's glory in our transformation journey.
When Jesus shows up He births new things in small and seemingly insignificant persons and places! He seems to love weakness and doesn’t have a huge problem with the broken and lowly of heart. In fact He is attracted to the weaknesses in us and says He can turn that into strengths! This is a paradox but it is the gospel at its finest! God is not looking for the powerful and the together ones, but the weak and the needy. Get ready to feel a whole lot better about yourself! Your on the journey and God can use you despite all your failings! He may even use the weak persons more, because they are humbled by life and not full of pride!
In this message Phil explores the exotic nature of the Father's love. It is an adoptive love that transforms orphans into beloved sons. The fruit of receiving the adoptive love of the Father is an ability to adopt others into our heart and to build community. We are all called to carry the Father's heart and to express His adoptive nature to others.