Category: Word with Prophetic Ramifications

The True Secret for Effective Leadership Part 3


So what happen with Moses’ help? Why is he saying: “What have I done to displease you that you put the burden of all these people on me?” In his interaction with the Lord, Moses added: “If this is how you are going to treat me, please go ahead and kill me—if I have found favor in your eyes—and do not let me face my own ruin.” Wow, Moses sounded suicidal here!

The True Secret for Effective Leadership Part 2


The True Secret for Effective Leadership Part 2
Jethro, Moses’ father-in-law, came to bring Moses’ wife and children to Moses after the children of Israel crossed the red sea and God freed them from the slavery in Egypt. Very quickly, Jethro saw something that moved him in such a way that he decided to approach Moses and talk to him about it face-to-face.

The True Secret for Effective Leadership Part 1


There is a great deal of power available to us, but I am afraid that our personal agendas and pride continues to increasingly get in the way of accessing that kind of power. It is easy to find talented people in the Body of Christ; people that can preach, write songs, hold a pretty decent tune, teach the Word, prophesy, etc. but it is almost impossible to find a leader that is effectively walking in unity.

A Word for the United States


Stop asking for more of ME; as if you are waiting for me to manifest my glory! For you have had all of me since the day I saved you. Did I not give my Son for your sins? Did I not fill you with my Spirit? Did I not surround you by my angels? For it is time today for you to look at yourself. It is not for you to ask more of me at this hour; it is for you to give me more of you. For my salvation and my Word must find its way in your daily life, in your economy, in your education, in your government and in your politics. I am the Lord! You are rejecting me and all that I represent.

A Fearless Heart


Children of God, it is time to stop running, time to stop hiding. Engage, children of God; it’s time to step up to the ring of demonic opposition and strike with our kicks of faith, our jabs and crosses of hope, our upper-cups of assurance and our hooks of victory. It’s time to finish that walk on water that Peter started, but this time, keep our eyes on Christ. It’s time to tell the giants that no matter their sizes, no matter their weapons, no matter their army, intelligence and the size of their sword…we come against them in the name of the Lord.

Why Do I Have to Suffer? Part 6


Yes! It is good that I experience tragedy, that my heart became exposed, that I messed up the way I did, that she treated me the way she did, that I faced that humiliation, that I got fired from this job, that they manifested their racist hearts against me, that I was insulted, that I faced that divorced, that she cheated on me and the list goes on and on…“It was good for me to be afflicted so that I might learn your decrees.”

Why Do I Have to Suffer? Part 5


When we are done blaming others, when we are done blaming certain events in our lives and done feeling sorry about ourselves; we come to the conclusion, as I said many times before, that circumstances and people have a way of revealing the junk that is in our hearts. When we are able to see beyond other’s faults and we come out of our victim mentalities; what is left is a heart that desires God’s way of doing things. We start embracing holiness the day we stop arguing with God, the day that we find ourselves at the end of ourselves; the day that we can look back and say, “I have messed my life up doing things my way; now God, I surrender… take over.”