God's Presence, Prophetic Poetry, Reflections, Supernatural Work Life

The sweetest thing

Living on the edge,
On the road less travelled,
God’s Presence is the sweetest thing.
He upholds me,
Gives me strength,
And keeps me from falling.

I find rock beneath my feet,
Where none is usually found.
Supplies along the way,
And gifts wrapped just for me.
It’s a personal thing.
Treasures without end….

God's Presence, Prophetic Poetry, Prophetic writing, Reflections, Supernatural Work Life

The invitation

From the known to the unknown,
We stand at the Frontier.
Pioneers on the threshold of a new landscape,
Invited in by God’s Holy Presence.

‘Leave behind the old and come into the new.
Fear not the unknown for I am with you,
To lead and guide you into what I already know,
And have indeed prepared for you.’

For the best is yet to come!
The battles are already won.
Everything’s possible to the Highest Level,
Where Victory sits enthroned.

And His name is Jesus.

Kingdom Business, Supernatural Work Life

Businesses that change the world

 

A Christian’s business tends to be little different from any other in the world around it. Yet it is meant to reflect heaven to earth, not be a reproduction of it!

We act as if we are apart of the earth, when in fact we’ve been saved from it in order to impact it from our new home – heaven.

We are actually just temporary residents; as such we hover over it rather than be enslaved by it. We are to be significant in it whilst not being consumed by it. We are change-agents on earth, not agents-changed-by-earth!

Refs: Ephesians 2:6, Hebrews 11:15-16

Reflections

A royal people

As an apostolic people in-Christ, we share common experiences with most other people, but we are not Commoners; we are Royalty.

Similarly, we are not survivors in this world, but over-comers who rule and steward the nations with righteousness, subdue evil and prepare the earth for our king to return, heralding in the new age.

Refs: Psalm 2:8-9, Rev. 2:26-28

For deeper reading on this subject, see The Supernatural Ways of Royalty, by Kris Vallotton & Bill Johnson