Being around the body of Christ, you will eventually encounter prophecy. Or you should. The key is what do you do with the prophetic words spoken to you?
Discover how those words come as seeds. How do you grow them?
The parable of the sower is a great place to start. Jesus is teaching on this subject of hearing “the Word”. He explains; Continue reading
While in prayer, the Lord gave me a vivid word and vision. “Train up your son,” said the Lord. I replied, “What should I train him for, Lord?” My own thoughts began to see training Lance to be a good son. “Should I train him to read the Word?” I thought.
In my mind I saw darkness. And in the darkness came the letter “I”. It hovered in the air and was like neon red light. It was a-fire. Then a few feet from the letter “I”, I saw the word “MAGI”. I recalled the wise men that traveled to Jesus upon seeing the bright star. The thought came to me, “Do I train Lance to be wise?” I thought, “How can I train him to be wise?”
Next I saw the word “NATION”. The reality of the vision became known to me when I thought in my mind, “Do you want me to train him to be wise and go to the nations, Lord?” BOOM! An explosion. The words burst into flame and motion as they slammed together. I saw the word… Continue reading
Our imagination is another word for using our mind. Our imagination is like an organ created by God so we could communicate with an unseen realm. Our imagination is our “spiritual eyes” or as the following verse refers to as the “eyes of our heart”.
I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened, so that you will know what is the hope of His calling, what are the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints, (Eph 1:18)
Whether we realize it or not, we use our imagination every day. Our imagination has been bombarded by the world and clouded with unholy images and by our experiences. Because of these thoughts we often are afraid to use or exercise our imagination. We can shut down our imagination and hinder our ability from hearing and seeing God rightly.
God created our imagination to Continue reading