Prayer Watches-Part 2

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Finally been able to sit down and do my next post on prayer watches. It is an interesting topic that I am still learning about but it’s good to share revelation along the road.

This post is for those of you who seems to wake up at certain times and wondered why. This post is for those that have felt strong burdens on their heart and not got any sleep until you obeyed. This post is for all those who have battled through the night alone, seemingly. But good news is that you are not alone and here is an explanation for those of you who have dealt with this. There is a special power in intercession at night and early morning.

In my experience I find it easier to hear God clearly in the early morning or the cool of the evening since everything has quieted down and there aren’t as many distractions either. Furthermore, as I’ve researched the Hebrew context and listened to teachings, I learned that a new day starts at sundown and not sunset as it usually does in Western culture. This was how God designed it in creation originally. Perhaps my Spirit knows that, because I always feel more at peace and rest after sundown?

Anyhow getting off on a tangent slightly. Moving on to the different watches of the day and night. According to Biblestudytools.com the day was divided into watches because of military watchmen relieving each other. The watches were originally divided into three watches of the night in Jewish culture but after the Roman supremacy was established it was extended to four watches. We have eight watches, all divided into three hours each. The watchman’s purpose was to look out for enemies and give notice. They kept watch in watchtowers usually. In a spiritual sense this is what we do if we are called to intercession and prophetic intercession in particular. We have sharp discernment and are sort of the alarm system in the body of Christ or church we belong to. We sound the trumpet on issues others don’t see but more than often the battle is done in prayer through the watches that hardly anyone one else sees. 

In my post I will deal first deal with the Old Testament watches and then the New Testament.

  • The first watch,Arise, cry out in the night, as the watches of the night begin; pour out your heart like water in the presence of the Lord. Lift up your hands to him for the lives of your children, who faint from hunger at every street corner’ (Lamentations 2:19).

The first watch is from 6pm to 10pm. As we can read from this verse Jeremiah was urging people to devote their first watch to truly seek God with all our hearts and to specifically pray for the people around us, the unsaved, the hungry and thirsty who are without the living water which is God and Jesus. It stresses the importance of setting our hearts and priorities right first with God and then to intercede for others. Intercession is all about standing in the gap for others. May we enter into our secret place to pray living waters over those who need it.

  • The Middle Watch, Gideon and the hundred men with him reached the edge of the camp at the beginning of the middle watch, just after they had changed the guard. They blew their trumpets and broke the jars that were in their hands’ (Judges 7:19).

The middle watch is from 10pm to 2am. It is a time to overtake the Enemy’s camp and do damage to his kingdom as God is with us. The time of victory as we intercede. Darkness often prevails at these hours so it is a poignant time. Now we already have the victory in Christ at the cross but there are times we have to ‘fight’ with spiritual weapons. The best way is spirit-led intercession, tongues and worship. The blowing of a trumpet represents victory in the Spirit and was an important symbol in war. It could assemble the troops, call for war and also celebration. Gideon caused confusion to the camp by the sounding of the shofar, breaking of jars and exposing of the torches on the inside. As we read further we can see that the enemy fled in confusion and fear because of this act. Furthermore, the smashing of the jars in the enemy’s camp is a prophetic act and signified that as we break the things we hold onto, God’s light can shine through. We are compared to jars of clay but we have Jesus on the inside, the light. We are in a sense a broken vessel and as we break for Him, His light can shine through us, and scare the Enemy away. He is the light and the Word. This battle was entirely won by God’s power and that is how the Christian life is lived, completely dependant on Him. We can do nothing without Him, but as we let the Holy Spirit lead us and guide us, we can do mighty exploits as we read in Judges! Gideon had to be brave and follow God’s instruction and look at what it led to! The Lord is with us to fight our battles and He will allow us to partake in it by waking us to intercession at this hour! This is the revelation I am receiving.

  • The Morning Watch, ‘During the last watch of the night the LORD looked down from the pillar of fire and cloud at the Egyptian army and threw it into confusion’ (Exodus 14:24) and ‘The next day Saul separated his men into three divisions; during the last watch of the night they broke into the camp of the Ammonites and slaughtered them until the heat of the day. Those who survived were scattered, so that no two of them were left together’ (1 Samuel 11:11).

 

The morning watch is from 2am-6am, and a time for total victory and deliverance from the enemy in our lives. They will be gone and engulfed by the Lord. God came during the last watch in a mighty way and delivered the Hebrews from the Egyptians. A time to pray for deliverance and seek strategies to overcome our issues in life. A time to intercede for people oppressed, bound in slavery and that are persecuted-as this is a time God delivers truly. In 1 Samuel 11:11 we read that Saul led an extreme slaughter of his enemy and those who were able to escape were divided, so they couldn’t unite forces in any way. This happened all throughout the night till the breaking of dawn. The dawn signifies a new beginning and breakthrough through perserverance. Light will dawn and Jesus will come through. He is our breakthrough. This could be through intercession. We can also see that God gives us ability to overcome and in the Old Testament they didn’t have Jesus but had to completely rely on God to come through and be obedient. Just think of the power available to us now through the New Covenant!

I found as God has kept me awake at these hours that apart from seasonal warfare, I have experienced truly special intimacy with Jesus and grown in my relationship with Him as a result. I would say that this is the goal of it eventually to know Him better. Sometimes I am too busy during the day.

He will call us to certain prayer assignments or give us burdens, that need to be prayed through. And then He calls His beloved because He can trust you and loves you. It is also a call to get into the Word and get into worship. The victory lies in all this but there are certain things only intercession can do. You may be up alone at this time but remember that there are other intercessors and believers awake around the world. God is able to call on their hearts too.  

This concludes the second part of my series. In the third and final part I will write about the New Testament watches.

 

I also feel like sharing this prophetic song as the lyrics fit the topic.

 

Hope that it blesses someone in their walk!

 

 

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Alone Time With God And God’s Prayer Watches-Part 1

I’ve had this on my mind for a while but not had enough revelation or energy to put it down until now.

In short I want to write about the different ways God speaks to us and beckons us through waking us up at night.

These are just my experiences with the Holy Spirit and revelation I’ve gained by research.

One of the best ways to spend alone time with God and the Holy Spirit is at night when everything is quiet. I am a person who loves my sleep so it is a sacrifice to wake up but the benefits outweigh it.

Jesus often spent a whole night in prayer and communion with the Father. This was key to knowing exactly the perfect will and is how we stay best in tune spiritually.

At night everything is usually quiet and there are no distractions, unless you live in a busy city.

At least I sense more rest in the Spirit at evening and nighttime. We can focus solely on Him and the lack of daylight actually aids in that.

For me God is both night and day. He is light but also mystery. An intrigue. Nobody will ever know everything about God at least this side of Heaven. Mystery draws.

Anyhow, I want to bring some light to the importance of heeding the call when God wakes you up during the night or gives you dreams at night. It’s often then He is able to speak to us without interruptions. No matter if God chooses to wake you or give you a dream it is all a means of communicating with us. This is the time we will listen.

Often I’ve prayed for alone time with God and the following night not been able to sleep. When I opened my eyes and tried listening to His voice and intercede in tongues, the burden lifted. But never make it a chore because it is a relationship and what out Father wants is time with us.

Sometimes He wants us to be still and listen, other times it is a call to intercede.

Mainly what I want to talk about today are the different prayer watches of the night and the importance of having believers praying. Night is a time of rest but it is also unfortunately when darkness can roam. Especially witches and evil plans. That is why we need to listen to the promptings and be willing to spend a few nights with the Holy Spirit in intercession.

You will be built up spiritually and more able to handle what comes at you through the day. The Holy Spirit will let you sleep once the need is passed so that you won’t be exhausted. We often battle the spiritual realm at night and some people are more called to intercede then.

Usually it’s between 3-5 am He wakes me up but it varies depending on the message He has and the purpose of waking me. I have sensed urgencies in the Spirit and it is my firm belief that emergencies can be avoided through night prayer. Also when I’ve had a serious need to hear God’s voice clearly and been at a crossroad, I was led to stay up some nights. It’s life or death sometimes. To know your calling and where to go is important. Therefore seek Him in your hour of need and ‘seek Him when He may be found.’

I’ll cover the different watches of the evening/night in the next post.

 

 

 

 

 

Hearing God’s Voice

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We all want to hear God’s voice right and discern that what we hear is from Him? It is vital and the key to our calling and destiny I believe.

Well, today I want to share a few key points in knowing His voice and ways to test it to help other believers especially.

First of all my test is to listen to my Spirit or heart for peace. Does the word or message bring peace? Look for the fruit of the spirit. The Enemy brings confusion, dread and stress when he speaks usually. There is no real confirmation to it usually and the voice can be accusing.

Does it line up with the Word and God’s character?

Does it come with confirmation? Ask the Holy Spirit to speak to you and interpret correctly. He is your best friend and guide in this 🙂

Most importantly I ask God to speak to me and have faith that He does and to have a hopeful expectation is also a key to receiving revelation from Him.

Pray in tongues. Direct line to God. Cleanses the pipe of communication and removes the debris. Perfect prayers in the Spirit. Brings revelation. It makes it easier to get in the Spirit and hear His voice clearly.

Test the word or message. Write it down. Pray over it. Ask for understanding, interpretation, application and timing. Hold onto it and observe over time as more is revealed bit by bit often.

Moreover we also have the battle with our own soul and own thoughts, yet these are more passing.

Lastly some key scriptures that confirms how God wants to speak to us:

Proverbs 25:2: It is the glory of God to conceal a matter; to search out a matter is the glory of kings.

John 10:27-28 King James Version (KJV)

John 10:27-28: My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me…

Matthew 7:9-11 New International Version (NIV)

9 “Which of you, if your son asks for bread, will give him a stone? 10 Or if he asks for a fish, will give him a snake? 11 If you, then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give good gifts to those who ask him!”

Remember God wants to speak to you and reveal Himself to you but the Holy Spirit is a gentleman and won’t force Himself on you. He is standing at the door knocking; will you open?

 

 

 

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Money God’s Way

I felt led to post something in regards to finances so here it is:

Money and the Bible. Two terms that may be a bit tricky to combine for some. But frankly God created this earthly currency.

God owns all the cattle on the fields, every treasure on our planet and in Heaven the streets are paved with gold. There is no money in Heaven though so it’s a means of payment we have to learn to use correctly.

Life is a lesson and we never stop learning do we? If you don’t learn, you get hit in the same place over and over again until you do learn! And hard knocks can be costly instead of learning from someone who walked the road before you.

Most Christians know we should work to earn an income, tithe, give offerings (which is above the tithe) and save (pay ourself). Moreover it is important to plan your finances and budget your expenses. The Lord is our Shepherd and our true source so we shouldn’t fear lack but He does want us to be responsible with what we’ve been given.

Proverbs 27:23-‘Be sure you know the condition of your flocks, give careful attention to your herds; for riches are not forever, nor does a crown endure to every generation…’

I’m truly learning the meaning lately of, ‘Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much.’ (Luke 16:10) This verse talks about finances and when we are faithful and give to God in this area, trusting for His provision, He will increase our income according to our faithfulness. It all boils down to integrity and character. Now, none of us deserves His blessings and grace and God is loving to us and I have experienced financial provision many times when in need. But there is an important principle to learn here from this Bible verse. We need to learn to master where we’re at before we can advance to the next level. God doesn’t want anyone to be poor or always lacking that is the devil’s plan but He wants us to learn how to be a good steward. I wouldn’t give a new Lamborghini to a kid e.g. It’s wisdom and protection.

There is often a timing issue also involved when we give tithes and we don’t always see results right away. Trust the harvest. God will get it to you somehow when we’re generous.

Luke 6:38- ‘Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.’

Give little and receive little, give much and receive much. Simple. I have always seen the seed grow into a big tree and multiply too, so it is important to get it into the ground. If it stays in your pocket it can’t produce life.

But give where you’re led by the Holy Spirit, where you’re fed spiritually and to ministries you know are truly sharing the Gospel!

 

Also, some practical wisdom to abundance financially:

  1. Tithe. Put God first and your relationship with Him. I believe this is the most important step to experiencing financial blessings and cancellation of debt. It is not mandatory but when I know the blessings it brings I can’t ignore it. He will put in your heart how much to give and He delights in a cheerful giver. Tithing proves you trust God. It’s not natural to give your money away.
  2. Follow the dreams and calling God has put on your heart. We will truly only succeed in God’s perfect will for our lives. That’s where the fullness of His blessing is. It is a step by step process at times so don’t worry. Just pray for revelation and leading in this so you are sensitive to His timing. Don’t jump too soon and don’t jump too late either!
  3. Be frugal- Learn to manage your household and be creative. Look for sales. Alot of the food expired is still safe to use e.g. Stores sell clothing for 70% or 30% off a few months after its released.
  4. Live on less than what you earn. Don’t live beyond your means. It’s better to increase over time. Quality is best but do you really need the newest of everything? A lavish and luxurious lifestyle is not fitting and neither is it healthy for your wallet. God likes to bless us with nice things but there is a balance and boundaries. Instead of buying something new everytime an item breaks have you tried fixing it yourself? People give up too easily. Sell things you don’t use or need. Give to charity.
  5. Save as much as possible. (God blesses our storehouses), follow the Joseph principle of saving 1/5 of your income. consider what you really need versus what you want, save up for the things you need, avoid loans as much as you can (If you have the means to pay back or you are in an emergency, it can be alright).
  6. Use what’s in your hand. We all have gifts, talents and abilities from God that we can utilize while on earth. Our gift will make room for us. It’s not so much about what you don’t have as it is about what you do with what you’ve got. I believe you already have everything necessary to succeed. He put it in you. You got the goose! I myself have had to use items e.g. that I currently owned to get out of tricky situations. Kind of like Macgyver, who was my childhood hero by the way! Often I found that I could do with what I currently owned, if I was just creative. There are numerous ways you can use it to earn money or survive. Consider what knowledge, skills and experience you already have and use it to your advantage!
  7. Bless others in your challenges. When we have an issue we often focus too much on yourselves instead of God and the other people around us who also have issues. When we bless others and stop being self-focused, we won’t be depressed and we’ll see God’s blessing flow freely. Let go and let God take control. He wants us to focus on Him and not our challenges. He already knows about them.
  8. Pray for favour, grace and divine appointments. One touch of God’s favour can turn everything around. Without it, we can’t make it.
  9. Consider your weak spots in regards to finances and where you spend too much money. Cut the costs you can and see if you buy alot on impulse. If you earn alot of course you can spend more but have you considered how much you could save for your future and also use to bless others?
  10. Invest. Wisely.
  11. Have more than one streams of income. This is the best way to get out of debt and to increase your earnings.

 

These are all just my tips and what I’ve learned so far. It’s a journey and we’re growing each day.

 

 

 

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Abuse: The Monster In Our Closet

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…That no one wants to talk about. You find it not only in homes, but also at work and even in churches. It hides in many areas of society. It’s that ‘monster’ everyone knows is there, but don’t want to adress or are afraid to do so. Many do not have the proper wording for it and some do not have the strength to throw it out. Sadly.

However, God does not want us to ignore such issues, as it is a silent killer in our world. If no one does anything to stop it, how will it ever end? If no one stands up and says: ‘ enough! I won’t sit by and watch this happen, I won’t let anyone suffer like this,’ then congratulations we have just faced the very beginning of the great decline of society in the end times. Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold…Matthew 24:12. It is actually partly because of evil increasing that people become insensitive and callous. They get exposed to it so much so that they stop reacting or perhaps don’t have the capacity to respond any longer.  When people’s love wax cold and they turn indifferent, we really have no one looking out for each other. So stay in the love of God. Be united in the Spirit.

It’s time to stand up against this very real threat to human lives. The enemy is abusive and narcissistic at his core, so we know where it all comes from. God is love and love does no harm to its neighbour.

Because of my experiences growing up with abuse and having to take a stand against it, being the only one reporting it, I had to take more attacks than normal. Whistleblowers don’t seem to be welcomed although everyone could agree abuse needs to be exposed and dealt with. The light will expose the darkness. Everything comes to the surface eventually and God gives these abusers time to repent, but I can guarantee you that justice will come in the end. There will always be consequences for our actions although it may seem slow in regards to evil. It may rage for a season but there is an end to it all.

Psalm 37:3-4 Trust in the Lord and do good, dwell in the land and befriend faithfulness. Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart. 

We all have a responsibility as citizens both in Heaven and on Earth to stand up against evil and injustice. When we do what we can do in the natural God will do the rest. It’s important to listen to the leading of the Holy Spirit in all matters, as He will guide you in how to deal with an issue. There are sometimes you pray for God to expose the wickedness and are still and there are times when He urges you to speak up, report things to authorities and intervene. (Sort of be his hand) We are not robots and have got a brain and a heart for a reason. Use your mind and wisdom and don’t let your conscience grow cold. Think of the people suffering at the abusers hands, hoping that someone will see their pain. They often don’t have a place to turn to for help and would so very much like for someone to notice the bruises on their arms and the hidden wounds on the soul.

However, it is not always that the ‘victim’ is ready to leave the abuser and then you have to be patient and just support them best way you can from a distance. It takes real courage and strength to leave and it has to be planned. They need a safe place to go to and a safe exit. The most dangerous phase is when the victim leaves the abuser as they then realise they’ve lost control and they can become more desperate to the get the person back. It is therefore vital that the ‘victim’ gets help and protection from either a shelter, friends, relatives or other trusted people.

It’s not just the abuse that damages but the fear of being found again and living in a constant state of stress and fear. The victim has to replan their whole life and start afresh often under a new name and living on a hidden address. These issues are real folks! God will protect us yes, but we need to use wisdom too.

I am so glad that He has kept me through it all. It is truly a miracle but still there is a long road to go. My comfort is that He is always with me and will never fail me. Other people may but Jesus won’t. You may have to keep knocking on many doors until you find that one trustworthy person who takes you serious and will help you, but don’t give up.

You have to keep going. God has a plan. (Jer 29:11).

Psalm 37:1 Fret not yourself because of evildoers, be not envious of wrongdoers! For they will soon fade like the grass and wither like the green herb. 

My admonition today is that you don’t turn the other way when someone discloses abuse to you but try to help. A lending ear, emotional support and being available to call are all good ways of being there. But also exercise wisdom and discernment so you don’t put yourself in a dangerous situation. Follow the leading of the Holy Spirit and He will show you the way.

Abuse should not hide in our closets and dark corners of society. Abuse victims don’t experience betrayal just from their abuser but also those that should help them at times. It could be doctors, psychologists, teachers and police that perhaps don’t understand abuse and narcissism, minimize it, try to make the victim appear crazy, favour the abuser and in fact, sadly are abusive in themselves. This is another form of abuse and perhaps a greater betrayal than the original one. A great title or position of authority does not make you a safe person and neither is it an indication of you being safe. But when you are in authority you should be trustworthy and have compassion. It is often authority, such as parents or a husband that has in fact perpetrated the abuse, so this makes it extra difficult for a victim to reach out. Victims should always test and see where it is safe to seek help. There are those that use their authority to silence those that speak the truth. They abuse it and it is scary to realise that those that are in positions to help and protect will in fact do the opposite, to protect themselves or others. Narcissists are also very fond of power and admiration so they seek leadership and authority roles…

Truly, without God there is no solace and help in such a fallen world!

It is not easy to speak the truth and you often have a target on your back then, but someone has to stand up.

 

 

 

A Word For New York

So I am feeling stirred lately to write alot, which is good 🙂

I am not entirely sure where to post my words but I have to release them I sense, so I’ll be using my blog as the main outlet.

After finishing my time of fasting, praying extensively in tongues and seeking God through this first month of 2018, the Lord told me He would accelerate me-and He has in various ways. I feel I have more power, authority and clarity to fulfill my calling and most importantly I find revelation and peace flowing.  It is all by His grace for sure.

My main topic today is USA and in particular New York. The Holy Spirit has been highlighting USA and NY so much lately to me that I can’t just ignore it and think it’s just for private intercession. I tend to keep things to myself because not everyone will understand but I find it is important to notify other believers and those who are interested in what’s up ahead, so we can prepare. I know that I’m called to an apostolic, and prophetic teaching ministry and at first I thought this was just a word for me personally. Perhaps God will call me to travel to NY but for the time being I don’t have the green light to go yet 🙂

Since I’m a prophetic feeler (and more) I often sense and feel what is going to happen next in a country or in the world in general; like prophetic times and seasons.

So what I’m discerning in regards to NY is that things are changing spiritually there for the better. There seems to be a lift and a breaking down of strongholds. HS shows me angels on assignments going there almost daily through symbolic visions. Meaning we now have provision to do certain things for God. I sense a shift in weather patterns both naturally and spiritually and that things that seemed impossible before now is possible through Christ. A lift of the darkness in the city and love piercing through. People are tired of the permeating violence and dark filling the city and they’re crying out for justice.

It often takes time before we see change and before people’s heart are open to receive the Gospel. People are hungry for God’s love and the supernatural (the original and not the New Age) and I just have a knowing that now is the time to really go out there for those believers who live there. Or He will send the right ministers, those who are available and listening. It is all about listening to the Holy Spirit in the little things. Just be aware of your surroundings and who he highlights to you in daily life. ‘One match can light up the whole world.’

I got this sentence from the HS: ‘New York, New Yorkyou who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you were not willing.’Matthew 23:37. In the original verse it is ‘Jerusalem, Jerusalem’ of course but I really sensed this was a verse that applies to NY in some way. Unwilling before but now open? It is time to gather the prodigals, the rebels and the outcasts.

I also have the Lord talking to me about LA. I see angels going there too and they are about to set up things for revival. This is how it starts first of all; prepare the ground, prepare God’s people and then go out and harvest. Angels go ahead of us. There is a shaking in the media and movie industry, with the revealing of perversion and the like… This all happens so that the true and clean can take place. It is time for God’s glory to shine from the screens I think, to bring Heaven to earth.

It is funny sometimes how your perceptions changes at times so that instead of seeing the natural you see the prophetic destiny over a city, nation or person and this is how it’s been lately thankfully.

 

This was just a little word that I received so far…perhaps others have heard more 🙂

 

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Fasting & Praying In Tongues

I just want write shortly about the benefits of fasting and tongues combined.

For the last 3 years I’ve been led to do Daniel fasts for each January. I also do liquid fasts or 1-day fasts without water or food, as the Holy Spirit leads me.

In the Bible it’s a matter of when we fast and not if.

Matthew 6:16-18 says: Moreover when ye fast, be not, as the hypocrites, of a sad countenance: for they disfigure their faces, that they may appear unto men to fast. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward. But thou, when thou fastest, anoint thine head, and wash thy face.

Daniel 10:3-4: ‘At that time I, Daniel, mourned for three weeks. I ate no choice food; no meat or wine touched my lips; and I used no lotions at all until the three weeks were over.’

It appears to be the only thing that works in order to obtain closer intimacy with God, get in the Spirit and get real breakthrough. And then I’ve tried worship, the Word, tongues and more before. However the main goal is to grow in your relationship with Jesus and not seek after the rewards of course. We seek Jesus first. But fasting is something I do when I don’t know what else I can do. It truly requires surrender to God.

Fasting is a sacrifice, a weapon of warfare and a drastic mean in some ways to seek God. A fast changes us and our perceptions rather than God who is unchangeable. God responds to faith and not need.

What a fast does is to deny your flesh and get in the Spirit more quickly. It helps to break strongholds and bondage, especially doubt. It has to be combined with reading the Word and praying in tongues I believe to be fully effective.

You grow and mature spiritually and learn to control your impulses with the HS. You won’t die if you skip one meal. But of course use wisdom before going on a long fast and plan ahead.

A fast has natural benefits as well and can help clean the system in my experience. I have been getting freedom from certain problems and demonic bondage from some stuck emotional issues from past life too, which was very much seated in the digestive system.

It cleans out the toxins in your system spiritually and naturally. Remember to drink alot of distilled water or tap water to keep your body and brain running. It is a very taxing process with the first few days being the worst.

God will Grace you through it though.

I believe that fasting will be of outmost importance in the last days to prepare for harvest and revival. We have to be spiritually fit for the coming battles 🙂

So I just want to recommend two books thst have helped me in my journey:

Mahesh Chavda, The Hidden Power of Fasting And Prayer. Talks about how fasting and praying in tongues is a power twin combined.

Susan Gregory, The Daniel Fast. Practical guidance in how to do a Daniel Fast.

These are just two of the main resources that I found helpful. Hope you are blessed in your walk.

So here’s to a better you and a stronger you in 2018!

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