BY OS HILLMAN
“But take this staff in your hand so you can perform miraculous signs with it.” – Exodus 4:17
What is the staff God has put into your hand? Is it being a builder? Is it being an office worker? Is it being a doctor? Moses’ staff represented his vocation as a shepherd. God had something in mind for his vocation – to perform miracles. And awesome miracles He did! God turned the Nile river into blood with the touch of the staff. He turned the staff into a snake. He parted the Red Sea with it. These are just a few of the miracles God did with that staff.
BY VERONIKA WEST - A Prophetic Word
Watch! We are being spiritually enlarged, expanded and increased; it’s time to possess our promised land!
The Hebrew word רָחָב ‘rachab’ means ‘to grow large’, ‘to grow wide’, to go beyond, to make more room, to increase capacity, to break out, to breakthrough, to expand, to go further, to occupy new territories, no limits, no boundaries, thinking bigger, broadened and robust!
I believe as sons and daughters we have a prophetic command in this season, to “possess our promised land; it’s time to enlarge our territory.”
BY JOHN GARFIELD, BKC Director of Kingdom Advancement
I personally imagine God asking us one question when we get to heaven, “What did you do with the desires I put in your heart?” Obedience, works, miracles and serving the dreams of others are not a substitute for having a conversation with God about our own unique desires and callings.
BY JAMES GOTTRY - Director of Marketing , Legal Counsel
Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF)
After months of speculation, a leaked draft order, a temporary deferral, and further speculation, President Trump has signed an executive order to “vigorously enforce Federal law’s robust protections for religious freedom.” But while it’s a good first step to securing religious freedom, it leaves many issues unsolved.
BY OSWALD CHAMBERS
Though it tarries, wait for it… —Habakkuk 2:3
Patience is not the same as indifference; patience conveys the idea of someone who is tremendously strong and able to withstand all assaults. Having the vision of God is the source of patience because it gives us God’s true and proper inspiration. Moses endured, not because of his devotion to his principles of what was right, nor because of his sense of duty to God, but because he had a vision of God. “…he endured as seeing Him who is invisible” (Hebrews 11:27).
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