It is a blessing to see the fruit of God’s promises that were spoken through Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as we inaugurate our first African-American President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama.
The Lord told me, “Go to the mountain on the East that I will show you, and meet me there on New Year’s Day. According to the instructions of my prophet from Colorado, you will decree and declare dominion and victory over this region called Sin City.
During the years with him, I got pregnant (more than once), and had abortions. It took years for me to forgive myself. But, recently we were reconnected and the Lord told me that I had to share my testimony with him.
When I got saved, the Lord told me that I could not “perform” my Christian poetry. He was referring to the entertainment aspect of spoken word that I had perfected when I was doing “poetry” in the world.
My dear brethren, let us not give the accuser power over our lives. God has given us power through His son to overcome the accuser with our testimonies.
Recently, I have been experiencing heart palpitations, and leg pain to the point of having to lean on a cane. Yes, I know that this is an attack of the enemy, but I refuse to give him too much credit or control over my body or my mind. The Lord told me that the pain I am experiencing in my body is a result of the roots that are being pulled up. Yes, that’s right. Roots of unforgiveness, bitterness, resentment, and anger. Issues that have been “pruned”, but not “uprooted”.
Sometimes God gives us a promise, but we don’t see it fast enough, so we start to develop a plan B just like Sarai did when she gave her maidservant, Hagar, to Abram. That story in Genesis Chapter 16 is supposed to teach us something about faith. Here’s how I applied the Word to my life. I pray it blesses you.
As a follow up – God did indeed deliver that very day miraculously and above what I asked for.
“Trusting God is exercise for the spirit.” Arletia Mayfield