Stories of a good God

In stopping for “the one”; in seeing the person before us; in calling out destinies; praying for freedom of others … freedom from sickness, disease, despair, hopelessness; in declaring God’s Goodness and Loving Kindness; in “…seeking first the Kingdom of God” (Matt 6:33); and, in walking in the knowledge that “…the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand” (Jesus speaking in Mark 1:15) I sense that we are breaking free and stepping into who we are created to be, a new creation in Christ, a wonderful, glorious child of the Most High God, a carrier and deliverer of the wonderful news that Jesus Christ has come and set us free, to be all that we were created to be …

I know I must press into all that I am created to be … to not fold in on self, or pull back.  Indeed I believe that we all must do so … and I sense that it is essential we press forward on for our freedom … so others can and will follow.

I sense there is something in the spirit being broken into … a freedom that is essential for this wonderful move of God … a breaking open that will pave the way for others to be all they are destined to be … if not for you, then for the others to come … if not for the “others” then for your children … for they are watching you, and although you may be telling them that they were created for greatness, they are also watching what you are doing with your particular call …

For men, women, children to be all they are called to be, they must first be free … free of fear … fear of man, fear of failure, fear of success … We must fight first for our own freedom, for how can we say “come” if we are not at least on the journey … and then they may follow in our footsteps …

We cannot say “be free” when we ourselves are trapped.

Regardless of where the battle comes at us, whether it be in our homes, our work, our schools, the streets, we must press forward to gain our freedom that has already been won on the Cross … This does not mean violence or an overriding of others … it is not an aggressive thing against others, an overriding of their boundaries … but it is forceful.  “For the Kingdom of Heaven suffers violence and the violent take it by force” (Matt 11:12) …

Fighting to be “free” means, I think, a decided purpose to discover who we are in Christ and to then to walk it out in its fullness … not allowing the fear of man or any other fear to stop us in being all we are called to be …

What is “freedom”? … We need to know because “ it is for freedom that Christ has set us free” (Gal 5:1 emphasis added).

I believe it is being all that we are created to be, regardless of who or where we are … to be all that Jesus Christ paid the price for.

To walk into our inheritance not only means a mental assent to the concept that we are seated with Christ in Heavenly places (Eph 2:6), but it also entails a walking out of all that we are purposed to be, all that God foresaw for us at the beginning of time.

For us to grasp who we are personally created to be (and that takes time spent with God, for He is the One that knows!), and to then walk into that identity and destiny … and to then also capture that we are seated with Christ in Heavenly places, and from that place of authority, walk into our destiny, means we will break forth into the glorious Truth of the risen morning star, the risen Son.  We will discover that we are sons and daughters of the Most High God, and as such have a right and a responsibility to press in and forward, and break into freedom, for what greater freedom is there than to be who and what we were created to be, in all its fullness?  And, if not for ourselves, then for those to come … I sense a battle afoot, and we must take a stand … so that His light may shine and His Goodness may reign throughout the world for …

God is Good!

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