I was talking to the Lord yesterday and said, “I don’t know what to think”. All He said in return is “stand firm”.
Though we are all human I have been very disappointed in some of the spiritual leaders reactions to current world events over the last week. And particularly for America, it has made me sad to see so much division and witness prominent leaders quickly changing their stance causing doubt and insecurity to their flock.
One of the visions the Lord gave me for the new year was pertaining to unity within the body – a continued message from 2020 that I shared numerous times. Often times there must be the dividing lines to build upon the new foundation. This truly is a separation season of the wheat and the tares, for a new beginning.
Stand firm my friends. Trust the Lord. His Kingdom is built on principles of faith and trust of His word. “Righteousness and justice are the foundation of Your throne; Lovingkindness and truth go before You.” Psalm 89:14. Fear and doubt are the opposites of His covenant, they are the substance that pull you from Heavens Highest realm where you are rightfully seated to ‘rule & reign’ – and when given into, these reigning earthly realm principalities dismantle your authority and cause you to cower backwards.
Faith is the breath of God. Fear is the breath of Satan. If you feel like the wind has been knocked out of you, ponder this. We need air to breathe so align yourself with the voice of your Creator that you may have abundant life! When you submit to Him, like Adam He will breathe life, truth, peace, strength, healing, wisdom, and deliverance into your being. You become like Him through breathing His air, and your being will become transformed.
If Satan is the power of the air (Ephesians 6) ; you need the higher air. You need the breath of Heaven!
Read Isaiah 7 if you are able. “If you will not believe and trust and rely [on God and on the words of God’s prophet instead of Assyria], surely you will not be established nor will you remain.”
Isaiah 7:9 AMPC
“If you do not stand firm in your faith, you will not stand at all.” Isaiah 7:9 NIV