What is the Will of God

 "For I Know the Plans," God 

Praise the Lord, Saints. Father God gave a sensitive topic and I must obey the direction He wants to go in. It's a longer topic, I know. However, it's VERY insightful and an excellent teaching word. So, please feel free to share this with your ministry, and others. Father God wants to discuss obedience and the will of God. And, I pray that I heard all of this correctly. Father God please forgive me and make any corrections if I didn't. Last night I heard, "Say, 'I obeyed God. Some of you hear the Lord but don't obey. You walk out a path yourself. Some people struggle with self. Why did you obey God?" He then mentioned again the verse, "That which I would do."

In looking at obedience, we have to remember that as we draw closer to God, we MUST obey Him. I always tie this back to Deuteronomy 28. The first 13 verses are about what God will do we DO obey. However, the next 52-56 verses are about what God will do if we DO NOT obey. Hence, we must take God seriously. He is our Sovereign Lord and surely we want to receive from God. But, how does obedience start and where do we get off track? While most start with Adam and Eve, I want to start with Cain and Abel.

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Are You Being Like Cain or Abel?

"And in process of time it came to pass, that Cain brought of the fruit of the ground an offering unto the LordAnd Abel, he also brought of the firstlings of his flock and of the fat thereof. And the Lord had respect unto Abel and to his offering. But unto Cain and to his offering He had not respect," Genesis 4:3-5a

It's a familiar story. Abel gave a sacrifice (from an animal's bloodshed) pleasing to the Lord. Cain's was not accepted (from the earth). I often question why Abel did not tell Cain what would please the Lord? Maybe he did but Cain wouldn't listen. I can't imagine two brothers who don't know and SEE what the other is doing. It is possible that if there was so much strife between them that Cain HID his work. Perhaps he didn't want Abel to outshine him. But, that would mean that Cain was now competing with Abel. That is NOT the will of God. Service, gifts, and sacrifice are not about competition as NO flesh can stand before God. 

I think the REAL concern is that Cain didn't have his eyes on God. He had his eyes on his brother. Because jealousy set in, the devil used Cain and caused him to come against his brother. So, stepping away from the story, let's look at their work and sacrifices.

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Disobedience, disrespect, rebellion, distrust, hidden motives/agenda, dishonesty, impure thoughts, sin, jealousy, envy, pride, retaliation, slander.

Cain (meaning spear, smith), had his eyes on his brother, not God. Cain came up with the gift that he wanted to give God. Did Cain KNOW that an animal sacrifice was what God wanted? Did he instead try to outdo his brother's gift instead of focusing on what he knew God wanted? Cain was also disrespectful to God, acted out in emotion, and lied.

After Cain slew Abel and God asked where Abel was, Cain said, "I don't know." That was a lie. He then said in a disrespectful manner, "Am I my brother's keeper?" Cain was the older brother and he tilled the ground. 

"And Cain was very wroth, and his countenance fell. And the Lord said unto Cain, Why art thou wroth? and why is thy countenance fallen? If thou doest well, shalt thou not be accepted? and if thou doest not well, sin lieth at the door. And unto thee shall be his desire, and thou shalt rule over him," Genesis 4:5b-7.

In v. 7, God clearly gives Cain instructions. Do well and be accepted. Don't do well and sin is at the door.

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Obedience, respect, reverence, fear of God, submission, trust, transparency, honesty, purity, innocence, true worship.

Abel (meaning breath), had his eyes on God and gave God what He knew was the first acceptable sacrifice (the sacrificial lamb). He was NOT competing with his brother. Abel was the younger brother who kept the sheep. This is similar to David in the Old Testament. As the younger brother, David also kept the sheep and was ostracized by his jealous older brothers.

Part of the question here is how did Abel know to give an animal sacrifice? Did his innocence make him have a closer walk with God? Did God put it in His spirit first? It's likely we can assume this because Genesis states, "The Lord had respect unto Abel and to his offering." So we know that God uses the foolish things of the world to shame the wise.

In this case, God rightfully demands obedience and used the younger brother to shame the older, who thought he was wise (in his own eyes). It also ties in the phrase that we often hear, "Obedience is better than sacrifice." Meaning, it's better to obey God, than to try to make it up to God with gifts as an afterthought.

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That Which I Would Do

"By faith Abel offered unto God a more excellent sacrifice than Cain, by which he obtained witness that he was righteous, God testifying of his gifts: and by it he being dead yet speaketh," Hebrews 11:4 (KJV)

"By faith Abel brought God a better offering than Cain did. By faith he was commended as righteous, when God spoke well of his offerings," Hebrews 11:4 (NIV)

"Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. 6 In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths," Proverbs 3:5-6

What's interesting about Cain as we turn away from that topic, is that even when God corrected Cain and told him to just bring the SAME sacrifice, Cain refused. God was basically saying in so many words, go get a lamb and slay it. But, what was the concern? Was Cain upset because he'd have to go to Abel for a lamb? Was that the catalyst that pushed Cain over the edge? Or, was Cain trying to get back at God because Cain's sacrifice was rejected?

It's likely that rage and jealousy (from the devil) had taken over. Not only was Cain hard of hearing and STILL disobeyed God, but he was about to become a murderer. He was already disrespectful and rebellious against God. And, now there he was slaying his brother's innocent blood instead of the lamb's. So, that brings us to obedience and the will of God but first, Father God wants us to explore obedience is better than sacrifice a bit more in-depth.


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"But I Sacrificed..." Me. "But You Didn't Obey," God (Speaking Through a Deacon to Me).

"And Samuel said, Hath the LORD as great delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices, as in obeying the voice of the LORD? Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice, and to hearken than the fat of rams," 1 Samuel 15:22

Years ago I had a tough time obeying God. I have to admit, I wanted to do things my way. God would tell me something and I'd HEAR Him but I'd do it my way. Then, out of guilt, I'd apologize and try to sow a big offering to make up for it. One day it caught up to me.

I was at church and had just gone down the offering line. I'd sown a big check and was rather pleased because I KNEW I hadn't obeyed God so in my mind I was making up for it. Before I reached my row, a deacon leaned over and whispered to me, "Obedience is better than sacrifice." I froze like a kid with their hand in the cookie jar. I knew it wasn't the woman herself saying this, but God. I apologized and felt so embarrassed, ashamed, and guilty. I told God that I didn't mean it but would do better and clean up my act. While I'd been a Christian for many years, I still had to go through great testing in order to draw closer to God. I didn't even KNOW that I was full of false pride and sin. But, even in these small examples, God was exposing areas that I needed to clean up so I could draw closer to Him.

Over time, I started reading through 1 and 2 Samuel and 1 and 2 Kings. I wanted to understand how people failed with God and how they succeeded. Those that failed, like Saul (image above of him with Samuel), disobeyed God. They also sought out false gods. However, those that succeeded, obeyed God, and kept God first. We wrote about this before.

Good kings called on God, inquired of the Lord, heard His words, and obeyed. The bad ones? Well, let's just say they didn't last long and were quickly replaced. As I studied what it meant to obey God, I understood that I'd have to stop adding my opinion to God's. Meaning, if God said something, I'd have to learn how to take it at face value and run ONLY with that  and not inspecting it and adding my 2-cents. And, the biggest lesson came from a train accident.

My mom was leaving my home and planning to take Amtrak back home. This was a few years ago, and when she said "I'm leaving on Tuesday," I heard God say, "Don't let her leave yet." I told her, "Mom, God said don't leave yet." But she wanted to get home, had appointments, and things to do. On Tuesday morning as we headed to the train station, I heard God's voice booming in my head loudly, "I told you not to let her leave today." I hunkered down because I realized I didn't force my mom to stay. Even when I'd heard God's voice just then, I didn't say, "Mom, let's turn around." I told her what He said but we kept going to the train station. What happened next would confirm the importance of listening to God regardless of what others say. 

Back at home several hours later, I realized my mom hadn't called to check in. I realized she was probably sleeping. The train ride was several hours and I didn't want to disturb her. But, when I finally heard from her, my jaw dropped. Their train had derailed!

My mom explained that not even halfway through their trip, the train came off the tracks and they'd sat for hours waiting for another train to come and get them. I realized God had seen this ahead of time. I felt so bad because there was my mom waiting all that time. Importantly, I understood that regardless of what anyone else says I MUST OBEY GOD even if it meant coming against them. 

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Choosing To Obey God

"Without faith it is impossible to please God," Hebrews 11:6

Over the years, there would be more tests of my obedience to God. In each example, I started to understand that it didn't matter what other people said. The only thing that mattered was that I heard God and did EXACTLY what He said. To stay mindful of this, I started changing my thinking. If I heard God say something, I'd quickly repeat it and write it down. The goal for me was to not let HIS WORD slip by (seeds falling to the ground, blown away by the wind). I had to grasp EVERY word AND quickly obey. What I started seeing was that it was working, and sometimes in the most unusual ways. 

We were docked in Mexico in the back of a cab and I wanted to go to the manatee park, but God said no. I told my mom "Mommie, God said no." We asked the driver to take us back to the ship. He'd just pulled into traffic when it started to rain. By the time we reached the check-in point, I heard, "Hurry" so I said, "Mommie, we have to hurry." We'd just reached the boat when a torrential rain started but by then we were safely aboard. What God was showing me was that in every situation we MUST obey Him. The problem is sin and temptation sometimes get in to try to stop us from obeying God. Hence, to better understand "That which I would do," we have to break down what Paul meant about the will to obey God. 

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That Which I Would Do

Let's start with the King James version first: "For that which I do I allow not: for what I would, that do I not; but what I hate, that do I. 16If then I do that which I would not, I consent unto the law that it is good. 17Now then it is no more I that do it, but sin that dwelleth in me. 18For I know that in me (that is, in my flesh,) dwelleth no good thing: for to will is present with me; but how to perform that which is good I find not. 19For the good that I would I do not: but the evil which I would not, that I do. 20Now if I do that I would not, it is no more I that do it, but sin that dwelleth in me. 21I find then a law, that, when I would do good, evil is present with me. 22For I delight in the law of God after the inward man: 23But I see another law in my members, warring against the law of my mind, and bringing me into captivity to the law of sin which is in my members. 24O wretched man that I am! who shall deliver me from the body of this death?" Romans 7:15-24 (KJV). Now, we'll compare it with the NIV.

I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do. And if I do what I do not want to do, I agree that the law is good. As it is, it is no longer I myself who do it, but it is sin living in me. For I know that good itself does not dwell in me, that is, in my sinful nature. For I have the desire to do what is good, but I cannot carry it out. For I do not do the good I want to do, but the evil I do not want to do-this I keep on doing. Now if I do what I do not want to do, it is no longer I who do it, but it is sin living in me that does it. So I find this law at work: Although I want to do good, evil is right there with me. For in my inner being I delight in God's law; but I see another law at work in me, waging war against the law of my mind and making me a prisoner of the law of sin at work within me. What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body that is subject to death?

While I understand what Paul is saying, I disagree with the latter part of it because the devil does NOT have total control over us. WE have total control just like we have the devil on the run and not the other way around. If I could change these scriptures, I would have them say something like, 

I have this battle that goes on in my mind. It's a battle of wills, i.e., good versus evil. The devil THINKS he has control but he doesn't. While my flesh is weak at times, my spirit is growing stronger every day so I can CHOOSE to do good. And, when I don't get it right, i.e., because I am not perfect, I quickly ask God for His forgiveness so I can get back on track, stay in the will of God, and stay in the ark of safety. Hence, every day I buffet my flesh, meaning I choose to make my flesh submit to God because every day I am striving to be more Christ-like. 

This goes back to a principle I read about Six Sigma Theory a few years ago. Basically, you want to continuously improve, i.e., keep striving for 100%. To achieve this, try not to repeat the same mistakes. As an example, if God says something and you quickly forgot it, next time, and every time thereafter, write it down. But, what about sin that's hard to let go of or things that you are not aware you are doing? In cases like these, ask God to help you.

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Moses, Moses

Remember, Moses had a stutter. He also had a temper but I don't remember him asking God to help him with his temper. So what happened? He couldn't go into the Promised Land because he disobeyed God. God said something like "Hold the tablets up" but because the people frustrated him, he threw the tablets down. In this example, remember the devil KNOWS your triggers. Hence, you have to take extra precautions to stay in the will of God and obey Him. But, what is the will of God exactly? Glad you asked.

The Will of God

"I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship. Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect. (Romans 12:1–2).

If there's anyone that had God's heart and was close to Him, it was David. Not only did God help David slay Goliath, but David overcame his battles with Saul, and went on to become king. However, David fell out of God's will when he slept with Bathsheba and had her husband slayed. Because he let sexual sin (lust) in, it clouded his judgment.

David lost his child with Bathsheba because he arranged for her husband to be killed. So, in understanding how he got out of God's will, the devil came with temptation and hit a weak point with David. We also know that the devil has 3 types of temptation that he uses. These are lust of the eyes, lust of the flesh, and the pride of life. Hence, it's a reminder that the devil prowls around like a lion (and he crawls around like a snake) seeking whom he may devour. In your own life, knowing your sins and triggers can help you overcome them. Sometimes it's hard because there are things you might not be able to control early-on. However, some behaviors you can change over time. 

To help you achieve this, if you want, take a piece of paper and write down your triggers. You can also make a mental note but it sometimes helps to see it in front of you. What are your triggers? Maybe you get cranky when you're tired, have no sleep, haven't eaten, and the internet is down. Now, list what behavior you will add to help you avoid these. Then list what you will do to help you change your triggers, and the scriptures you will stand on. Let's look at David as an example.

What is the trigger that causes your sinful behavior?

David lusted. Lust/beautiful women are his trigger. 

What behavior can you ADD to avoid this sinful behavior? 

Stay off the rooftops and Instagram. If you find yourself lusting, quickly turn away, repent, rebuke your flesh, and read your Bible. 

What is the prayer and/or verse to help?

Remove me from the hands of my enemies (Psalm 31:15). Let no sin rule over me. Create in me a clean heart, right spirit (Psalm 51).

What if you sin anyway? How do you get back on track?

Remember Paul said, that which I would do...So we know some sin might appear to be hard to overcome. In this case, quickly repent before God and read your Bible. You also have to change your thinking about the sin. Some people mistakenly believe they can justify sin by quickly repenting after they sin. They think, "This is so hard for me to overcome, so I'll go ahead and do it and then confess." But that's wrong. We can do ALL THINGS through Christ. It just takes time so ask God and Christ for strength.

In the same token, don't beat yourself up, especially if you are trying. Remember, there is NO condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. God KNOWS that we want to obey. Jesus also knows about sin because he went through 40-days of fasting where he was tempted by the devil. That doesn't mean sit with the cookie jar in front of you, eat the cookie, then confess, and eat another cookie! No, try to buy less cookies.

Funny story. I went through this with Cheetos. I said, "Lord, I'm giving up Cheetos." Then they went on sale to $3.99 a bag. I said, "Father God, this must be a sign." But I heard "You can eat nuts." I realized God was right so I reluctantly took the 5 bags out of my cart. Then, they went on sale to $2.99! I said, "Lord, surely goodness and mercy are chasing me down. I see an abundance of rain!" I think I put 10 bags in my cart! But, I eventually took them all out (I realized the devil could discount stuff, too!). 

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Understanding How God's Will is Achieved (Decrees vs. Commands)

One area where we see the will of the sovereign God is right before Jesus went to the Cross. When He was praying in the Garden of Gethsemane, He said “My Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me; nevertheless, not as I will, but as You will” Matthew 26:39. This is an example of God's sovereign will of decree where what He commands WILL come to pass (and everything must line up with it). We know that God's will and plan was for Jesus, the sacrificial lamb, to die. To achieve this, THEY (the Jewish leaders, Herod, Pilate, the soldiers, Judas) committed sin to achieve God's purpose.

Look at the world now and how it's coming against God's prophets. Are they sinning? You bet. We know this because God's prophets and pastors, i.e., the remnant are suffering religious persecution. Similar to Jesus's suffering, the Body is suffering for the good of God. Peter describes it like this, “It is better to suffer for doing good, if that should be God’s will, than for doing evil,” 1 Peter 3:17. We know that Jesus did not sin. Similarly, MANY in the Body have not sinned. On the contrary, we're obeying God. But similar to Job, we must stand and say, "Though He slay me, yet shall I trust Him." God is using us, like Jesus to achieve His purpose and get the glory out of our lives. Now, this suffering is not permanent. We'll get to the blessings coming soon. But I do want to highlight something that can help bring this into perspective.


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5188 and Rending Garments 

On May 28th, we shared Prophet Sean Song's video (see below). In it he described the dreams he was having about the Body being persecuted. He mentioned seeing 5188 but did not elaborate on the Biblical numerology behind these numbers. Strong's Greek states that 5188 is tuphó or τύφω. It means to raise smoke. Is God using us as a sacrifice like Jesus? Is He, through the sin the world is using to come against us, actually purifying us like Abel's first sacrifice? It's an interesting thought.

What's more, Bible Gateway states that 5188 means rending/tearing one's garments. Hence, if we go back to David, remember when his son died, he rent/tore his garments for 7-days because of his sin. In other words, we're seeing Christians who are suffering for the good of the Lord, i.e. religious persecution. The problem is, and this is BIG, some Christians want to get off the train here. They're seeing others going through religious persecution and seeing the next stop up ahead and are like, "I'll be back." But, abandoning ship is NOT God's will. That's the mistake Jonah made in choosing His own way instead of God's.

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The Persecution and Why We MUST Press In and Obey, Not Walk Away

A prophet said on YouTube a while ago that persecution was coming and I apologize to her because I didn't SEE it. I've only been fixated on the good news and blessings coming in soon, i.e., "having suffered a while." The point I want to stay on is that we as the Body/Bride/Ecclesia MUST stand together and obey God's will even if suffering and persecution comes. And, if you hear ANYTHING that I say let it be this (and not just the part about the discounted chips).

Father God has said multiple times, "Tell them don't walk away." This is an example of God's will as a command, i.e., where He says what He wants us to do. It's God's will that we remain standing and don't back down out of fear or coercion. Father God keeps saying "Help is coming soon." We also have to remember that verse in Deuteronomy 28:7 about how when the enemy comes against us one way, God makes the enemy flee 7 different ways. Hence, by standing, unmovable, and unshaken, without spot or blemish, God is strategically letting the enemy ATTEMPT to ambush us but the ambush will come against them instead, i.e., the trap they set for us they will fall into instead. Hence, DON'T WALK AWAY. Why?

We are in the last days and those that disobey God now and leave their posts/assignments may not have another chance to get back in. Jesus says, “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven” (Matthew 7:21). 

Here are a few examples of the will of God:

  • “This is the will of God, your sanctification: that you abstain from sexual immorality,” 1 Thessalonians 4:3. Here, God wants us to be sexually pure before Him, holy and sanctified. 
  • Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you,” 1 Thessalonians 5:18. Hence, He wants us to ALWAYS give thanks, not complain.
  • “And the world is passing away along with its desires, but whoever does the will of God abides forever,” 1 John 2:17. To continue to abide until the end we must do what is pleasing to the Lord, i.e., God's will.


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Don't Walk Away Or You'll Be Sorry, and You'll MISS The Blessings Coming 

Remember, Jesus TOLD Peter he would betray Him. Hence, the devil will through fear and even peer pressure try to make it look like you're on the wrong side. But, you must continue to stand and ask the Holy Spirit to help you achieve the will of God.

It's only a test and those that walk away from God will not receive the blessings that are coming soon. We know this is true because God already said through multiple prophets and pastors that He's about to bless His prophets and those who remained standing. For evidence, see Pastor Timothy Dixon's messages, Lana Vawser, Kent Christmas, Albert Milton, and several others in the videos below. I hear Father God saying, "They will see help soon." This is evident in Ephesians 1:11, "In whom also we have obtained an inheritance, being predestinated according to the purpose of Him who worketh all things after the counsel of His own will." 

Remember with God's will, He has both His decrees (which always come to pass as this is His sovereign will and we don't always know about these secret things of God, Deut. 29:29). Then, there are His commands (where we have free choice but SHOULD always try to obey, and not break these). Hence, even in the time we're in, let's not strive in trying to find out the secret things of God. Rather, let's seek to stay in God's will and obey His commands, and His voice with what He does give. 

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"It's About David."

It wasn't until we had completed this message and put it up that Father God said, "It's about David." Out of curiosity, I looked up God's conversation with David when David sat before the Lord. David was asking about creating a Tabernacle for God as a permanent place to dwell with them. God informs David that no one - even during the time when He was taking the Children of Israel out of Egypt - mentioned a permanent home for God. God says,

"Whereas I have not dwelt in any house since the time that I brought up the children of Israel out of Egypt, even to this day, but have walked in a tent and in a tabernacle," 2 Samuel 7:6. He goes on to say in v. 7, "In all the places wherein I have walked with all the children of Israel spake I a word with any of the tribes of Israel, whom I commanded to feed my people Israel, saying, Why build ye not me an house of cedar? Here, God acknowledges that in all the time that He was among the Children of Israel, they never offered to make a permanent house for Him, only David. 

Incidentally, I remember asking Father God in prayer if when He restores President Trump if Father God would like us to have a ceremony for Him (God) and set a place near the White House for Him. However, I heard Father God speak through another prophet that we can't house God that way. I do believe that we as the Body/Bride/Ecclesia SHOULD do something significant for Father God - maybe extending additional help to Israel or partnering with Israel and significantly showing our support for the Jews. We have to see what Father God says because obviously A LOT of His Children are thinking along the same lines of how to thank God, aside from the rocking global revival we will have for Him! Listen, we need concerts EVERYWHERE!!! Okay, back to David.

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What I think that's significant about God bringing up David is that God says something powerful in that conversation He had with David. Has this come to pass? Or, is this for our time? 

We're still in 2 Samuel 7:8-9 and God is talking:

"Now therefore so shalt thou say unto my servant David, Thus saith the Lord of hosts, I took thee from the sheepcote, from following the sheep, to be ruler over my people, over Israel: And I was with thee whithersoever thou wentest, and have cut off all thine enemies out of thy sight, and have made thee a great name, like unto the name of the great men that are in the earth." So God specifically talks about what He did for David. What has me curious though is verse 10. 

"Moreover I will appoint a place for my people Israel, and will plant them, that they may dwell in a place of their own, and move no more; neither shall the children of wickedness afflict them any more, as beforetime,"

This verse is interesting because God says, "neither shall the Children of wickedness afflict them any more." Hence, we leave this with Father God for interpretation and further wisdom/insight.

Ultimately, the blessings, the help, the restoration, the victory, it's all coming, so please stay - and stand strong in the Lord. Please also know that we are standing WITH you! Believe the possibilities. Glory to God who gives us the victory and causes us to triumph! 

I hear God saying, "I want you to pray for our President" and "Pray for Connecticut. Pray for Pittsburgh." I also hear again, "Please remove us from the hands of our enemies."

We pray,

Father God in Jesus's name, Lord, thank You for Your loving kindness and generous spirit. Look at how You cover us and make plans for our good! We praise You because great is Your faithfulness. As we go into June, Lord, we thank You for this new month of June. We ask for Your help, Lord. Please tell us Your will as we await instructions from You. What You would have us to do next, Lord? How can we help You, Father God? How can we minister to You and help others? Why did You say, "It's about David"? Please Holy Spirit/Holy Ghost and wisdom, Lord, Jesus, and David, help us understand the word so we can stay in alignment with God's will. We pray for President Trump. Please cover, protect, keep, shelter, and shield him. Prepare his mind, heart, and administration for the battle that lies ahead. Protect all our military and police officers. Thank You, Lord, for the many signs, miracles, and wonders that we ARE seeing. We confidently rest in and trust You, Yahweh! Please remove us from the hands of our enemies, and restore us, our great nation, and this world, Lord. We pray that we again one nation under God, not man, not witchcraft, not demons. We pray, please deliver us, Lord, and we give you the HIGHEST PRAISE due Your name. We also pray for Pittsburgh, Connecticut, and San Francisco (from the other day). We pray for Israel and lift them up to You, Lord. Bring peace to Israel and freedom for all Jews. Lord, we know this has been a long trial but we don't mind waiting on You. We wait patiently so you can work. Have Thine own way, Lord. Let Your will be done on earth as it is in Heaven. We also pray, show this devil that You are NOT playing. Lastly, for every person reading this and their family members, we pray, Lord, please send them signs of Your goodness. Give help to them and their families. So many have been holding on, waiting for signs from You, Lord. These are Your sons and daughters who have faithfully waited. [I hear Let them know a miracle will come soon.] We pray, renew their lives, open their wallets, bring restoration to their bodies, marriages, businesses, homes, and finances. Children coming home, family members out of hospitals and prisons. We pray the Deuteronomy 28:1-13 blessings. We also pray for  the 1 Samuel 10:1-9 blessings. These include a double anointing, change of status/promotion, divine favor/wealth, restoration, provision, and progression. We take the limits off You, Father God and have GREAT EXPECTANCY for what You are about to do. It's NO PROBLEM for God. We see supernatural miracles, sudden changes, and OVERNIGHT turnaround. You are the God who changes not. All stubborn pride, evil, witchcraft, and demonic threats and curses against God's people have to flee and fall off of us. The enemy WILL flee and we will never see them again. Touch us again, Lord, with Your spirit and please come dwell among us. We long for Your presence. We praise You for the victory in Jesus's mighty name, Amen.    

Keep saying, "A miracle...something good is happening to me!" Watch and see. God also repeated what He said on 5/28, "Tell them they will have evidence when they see what God does."

As a side note, please pray and ask Father God about fasting during the month of June as that ends the first six months and July starts the next six. Perhaps ask if you should fast for the last 3-days of June. Pray and ask the Holy Spirit/Holy Ghost about this. God will help you.