A ‘See-Him’ Anointing!


“My voice You shall hear in the morning, O LORD; In the morning I will direct it to You, And I will “look up” (tsaphah) Psalm 5: 3

The word for today is ‘tsaphah’ pronounced ‘saf-fa’. It sounds a bit like ‘so far’ but nothing could be farther from the truth!

Tsaphah means:

“to lean forward, i.e. to peer into the distance; by implication, to observe, await:—behold, espy, look up (well), wait for, (keep the) watch(-man).” See Jeremiah 6: 17

What this means for us is when we are in trouble, walking through a difficult season, or dealing with struggles in our relationships etc., rather than looking down, or looking around, or looking inward through an analytical, natural or emotional lens, we should look up (tsaphah) to The Father for His perspective so we can See Him!

You see, He watches over us to perform His good and perfect will in our lives. He is for us; not against us! He truly desires to work All things together for our good but that depends on us to a large degree!

When we lean into Him and change how, what and WHO we look at, he gives us a Prophetic perspective. Without a ‘vision’ i.e., the Father’s view (tsaphah) we perish – go back and dismiss Him altogether in some area!

18 Where there is no vision, the people perish (para): but he that keepeth the law, happy is he. Proverbs 29: 18

pâraʻ: to loosen; by implication, to expose, dismiss; figuratively, absolve, begin:—avenge, avoid, bare, go back, let, (make) naked, set at nought, perish, refuse, uncover.

How we see difficult things determines how long we remain in that situation. The “vision- tsaphah” for our lives, for those in close proximity to us dictates our deliverance and understanding in that situation!

Tsaphah will lift us out of depression, discouragement or a “natural view” and shift us to a “supernatural view”. This shift in perspective will cause us to see things as a watchman rather than a victim!

Selah and glory to God!


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Cultural Chasms and the Prince of Peace

Every one of us is born into some sort of cultural heritage, whether it is Native American, African, Asian, Hispanic, South American, or European…and the list goes on! One of the main challenges we have when we become Born Again in Christ (the second birth), is being able to recognize and distinguish cultural beliefs and traditions that contradict Biblical Truths. These types of cultural traditions do nothing to expand the Kingdom of Heaven on the earth. In fact, they can have an adverse effect! We have to be careful about not getting caught up and trapped in a cultural chasm that leads to more division, hatred, and animosity within and without of the Body of Christ.

“So the Pharisees and teachers of the law asked Jesus, Why don’t your disciples live by the tradition of the elders instead of eating their food with defiled hands?” He replied, Isaiah was right when he prophesied about you hypocrites; as it is written: ‘These people honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. They worship me in vain; their teachings are merely human rules. You have let go of the commands of God and are holding on to human traditions.” Mark 7: 5-8

Some cultural traditions are ‘neutral’; others are dangerous to one’s eternal destiny and moral climate of a nation. Some cultural trends can actually prevent others from receiving eternal life! Please allow me to explain. Neutral traditions and practices such as dress, food, and holiday celebrations don’t necessarily attack the tenets of Christianity that are critical for salvation; neither do they interfere with the health of the Church Body, or affect one’s eternal soul. The dangerous and potentially damaging ones are those that contradict the Foundational Truths of Scripture (Hebrews 6: 1-2), Spiritual Unity and Godliness.

It is important to point out the fact that there is a huge difference between a humanistic way of handling social injustices caused by a clashing of cultures and God’s approach to the same. The Father defines injustices differently than the way some humanistic philosophies do. For example, gender confusion and same sex relationships have fast become civil issues that have nothing to do with God’s definition of mankind or injustice. There are those who will fight for gay rights and animal rights while ignoring the fact that millions of unborn children are being torn out of the womb every year across the globe. Meanwhile voices of objection are demonized for speaking out on behalf of Biblical morality and other social issues that betray God’s Divine Design for man. Violence is not His way of getting people free either. He attacks lies with the truth! (2 Corinthians 10: 4-6)
As a young girl growing up in the south I would often hear folks ridiculing lower income families by calling them “Poor White Trash”. Their nickname was “PWT”. They were made fun of because of a socio-economic status that was less than “middle-class”. To a so called higher class of people they lacked ‘sophistication’. Labels, generalities and comparisons based on external issues is exactly what Jesus came to destroy! In John Chapter 4, we can read about a deep racial barrier and prejudice being broken down by Jesus Himself. His personal encounter with a Samaritan woman while passing through an area avoided by most Jews, was prophetic and significant then and now.

At that time, there was long standing animosity between the Jews and Samaritans. The Samaritans occupied a territory formerly belonging to the tribe of Ephraim and the half-tribe of Manasseh. The capital city was Samaria. When the ten tribes of Israel were carried away to Assyria as captive slaves, the king of Assyria sent people from the surrounding regions to populate Samaria (2 Kings 17:24; Ezra 4:2-11). These transplanted Assyrians intermarried with the existing Israelites who lived there. At first they worshipped idols of their own nations, but being pestered by lions, they assumed it was because they had not honored the God of the Jews who gave them that land to begin with. Therefore, a Jewish priest was sent from Assyria to instruct them in the Hebrew religion. This priest taught from the books of Moses. However, they still retained many of their cultural customs and traditions that contradicted the teachings of the Torah. The Samaritans continued to embrace a religion that was a mixture of Judaism and idolatry (2 Kings 17:26-29). Since the Jews living there intermarried with gentile foreigners they adopted their idolatrous ways and customs. As a result of this multi-faceted mixture, Samaritans were called “half-breeds” by the Jews. They were considered a race of people unto themselves not being all Jew or Gentile. They were despised because of it.

“So Jesus left Judea and went back once more to Galilee. He had to go through Samaria on the way.” (John 4: 3-4) Why did Jesus take the route directly through Samaria rather than go around it like most of the Jews? They avoided Samaria like the plague. The Pharisees and Jews in the surrounding areas would rather go miles out of the way east of Samaria taking a much longer route along the Jordan River than go near the despised Samaritans. Samaria was directly between Jerusalem in Judea and Galilee. Ironically, the name Jerusalem means the “City or Abode of Peace”. Like so many today, the Jews had the false belief that the way to have peace was to avoid uncomfortable issues or worse yet fight against them through violence. Jesus had a prophetic purpose in mind by taking the path less traveled. When He arrived at Jacob’s well in the middle of town, he met a Samaritan woman there and began a dialogue by asking for water.

She immediately recognized he was a Jew. She was suspicious of Him and wondered why He would ask her for a drink in the first place. She probably wondered what He was really after. You see, not only was she aware of the fact that she belonged to a people group the Jews hated, but she also had a bad reputation. Gossip spreads quickly! This lady had been married and divorced five times. There’s no doubt she struggled with shame. Jesus uncovered the fact that the man she currently was living with was her paramour-an illicit lover. But He spoke to her in a way that caused the walls of defense and fear to come down. She began to see Him in a different light than all the other men she encountered. After a few minutes of dialogue she saw Him as a prophet. After it was all said and done she recognized Him as the promised Messiah! Jesus was able to address and dismantle the faulty belief systems she had clung to all of her life. First, he identified her false concept of Spiritual Worship based on the Samaritan culture. Then He dug in a little deeper and addressed her heart of unbelief, her misplaced personal identity, and finally her sin problem, all of which kept her in bondage to Satan’s lies. She was liberated because Jesus confronted the cultural misconceptions that blinded her to the truth.

He accomplished this feat by directness seasoned with grace and compassion. Jesus had no personal prejudices or agendas. He came to do the Will of the Father. As a result, this Samaritan woman repented and embraced the revelations presented to her. She no longer saw herself as an object to be used and abused by men. She recognized God loved and accepted her despite others seeing her as a “half-breed”. She was called by the Son of God to be a Daughter of God; not a despised Samaritan who turned to men to fill an empty void. Through Christ, she discovered her real identity. Her struggles represented an entire region. You see cultural beliefs, sins, and social issues affect more than just one person in a family or city! They have a ripple effect. But now, as a “freed” woman she left a place of bondage and went to tell the whole neighborhood about a Man who knew everything about her life. Her personal evangelism resulted in an untold number of Samaritans coming to hear Jesus for themselves. Many believed and were converted that day! (John 4: 4-32)

Since Jesus was familiar with their spiritually errant cultural beliefs, He could address them with prophetic truth! Cultural belief systems mixed with empty traditions and the lies of the enemy need to be exposed and brought to the light. Without prophetic examination and confrontation, hidden animosities and wrong theology will continue to divide the Body of Christ and even doom others to hell because of silence about critical issues. Too many times, social and civil problems get mixed up with ungodly notions and emotional reactions of anger and hatred. The Bible tells us that the wrath of man does not work the righteousness of God (James 1: 20). As Sons and Daughters of God, we are called to rise above the raw emotions of hate and anger. We need to become critical thinkers and well versed enough in scripture to be able to distinguish good and evil (Ezekiel 44: 23).

Being effective as an ambassador for Jesus Christ doesn’t mean we have to be “experts in the law”. Neither does it suggest we should join in with the thinking of the crowd to the degree we become indistinguishable. In fact, we are peculiar and different because of the Fruit of Spirit and the presence of God we carry (1 Peter 2: 9). We are “in the world but not of the world!” (John 17: 14-15)

“To the Jews I became like a Jew, to win the Jews. To those under the law I became like one under the law (though I myself am not under the law), so as to win those under the law. To those not having the law I became like one not having the law (though I am not free from God’s law but am under Christ’s law), so as to win those not having the law. To the weak I became weak, to win the weak. I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some.” 1 Corinthians 2: 1-5

As a result of Jesus initial pioneering, the region of Samaria was reached on a larger scale after His Resurrection: first, by Philip the evangelist, then by Peter and John who prayed for Samaritan believers to receive the Holy Spirit (Acts 8). Repentance and faith towards God is just the beginning of the journey. Conforming to the plumb line of scripture is something we all must strive for after we come to faith in Christ (Phillipians 2: 12). The devil is working overtime propagating hatred, strife and doctrines of demons through the media and other influential people in the public’s eye who are steeped in bitterness and sin. He knows his time is short so he tries hard to steal the salt shakers and candlesticks right off of our tables. If he manages to do so, we are “in the dark” about how to properly deal and heal our cultural chasms. Only Jesus can fix the problems of mankind, one heart at a time. We are His keys to unlock the chains and prison gates keeping people from recognizing Jesus is the Messiah and answer to life’s problems which is sin. Without prophetic confrontation, peace with God and men, is impossible. “Do all that you can to live in peace with all men.” Romans 12: 18 NLT

“You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot. You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house.” Matthew 5:13

“After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb. They were wearing white robes and were holding palm branches in their hands. And they cried out in a loud voice: “Salvation belongs to our God, who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb.” Revelation 7: 9-10

Let’s pray together that the Father will help us be better bridge builders and avoid the trap of cultural chasms…

“Heavenly Father, forgive me for embracing any cultural trends or beliefs that go against the plumb line of your Word! Reveal any hidden prejudices and belief systems I may have that do not promote the Unity of the Spirit in the bond of your peace. Help me be a bridge builder through my example of Christ Likeness and be aware of other’s cultural beliefs that need corrected in your love and grace. Let me not hide your light through a bushel of unbelief, fear or prejudice. Let me not substitute the salt of your word for a sugary gospel that has no power to set others free. Jesus, you are the Prince of Peace so help me be an ambassador of your peace as much as it is possible. In Jesus’ name I pray! Amen.”


As someone who loves the prophetic and studied it for years I’ve learned something very important about personal prophetic words. It is extremely important to partner with prophetic words you receive, if you want to see them come to pass! I will attempt to explain what I mean by ‘partnering with your prophesy’. First of all, there are a few prophetic caveats I’ve learned over nearly 40 years of walking with the Lord that I’d like to share with you. The first one is this: don’t elevate the vessel giving the word with the word itself. In other words, we only know in part and prophesy in part. Since we are vessels of clay we are subject to miss the mark and error. God only gives them a prophetic piece of the puzzle for your life. Secondly, not every ‘word’ you receive may be inspired. It’s important to pray for discernment and not take every word at face value! Samuel was the only prophet recorded in the Bible whose words never fell to the ground; none went forth without fulfillment. Under the Old Covenant, if a prophet gave a word that did not happen they were stoned. That is because during the era of the Old Covenant prophets were the ONLY spokesmen for God. People didn’t have the Bible on their coffee tables at home and iPads with various Bible apps on their night stands! Prophets were under severe scrutiny and judgment because of it. Thank the Lord we are under the New Covenant of Grace. Having said that, we shouldn’t be careless about prophesy and we ought to pray for greater accuracy!

Under the New Covenant, the Holy Spirit was poured out upon ALL flesh according to Joel 2: 28 & Acts 2: 17 and one of the first manifestations of this outpouring was that His sons and daughters WOULD prophesy! This means that if you are a son or daughter of God you CAN prophesy! It’s important to note that the Spirit of Prophesy is really a combination of one or more of the utterance and/ or revelation gifts of the Spirit. This includes tongues and interpretation of the tongues, prophesy (future events, comfort, exhortation, edification), words of knowledge, and words of wisdom (1 Corinthians 12: 8¬9). All are administered in proportion to the person’s faith who is prophesying!

As I mentioned earlier, anyone can prophesy by the Holy Spirit who is Born Again and is called a Son or Daughter of God. It’s important to make the distinction that being “Born Again” enables any son or daughter to prophesy by the Holy Spirit. You see, there is the counterfeit of Holy Spirit prophecy through the use of familiar spirits by psychics who sometimes are astoundingly accurate! They have an innate gift of being extremely intuitive and sensitive in the realm of the spirit. However, the source of that knowledge is demonic not the Holy Spirit! It is fruit from the Tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Just because it sounds good and is pleasant to the senses doesn’t mean it’s fruit from the Tree of Life!

It is important to understand the Father’s purpose of giving us prophecy. First and foremost, He gave us this wonderful gift for the purpose of edification (building up our faith), exhortation (encouraging and provoking our faith) and comfort (especially during times of grief and pain). Sometimes, prophetic words are laced with words of wisdom and words of knowledge instructing you in some measure about what you need to do. These words, if they are accurate, are to help guide and navigate you now and sometimes in your future. They are not fool-proof. They are like sign posts on a highway to help guide you while giving pictures of your spiritual destination! In 2009, I was praying about writing a book after the loss of our son in an automobile accident. I wanted to be sure it was God and not me. After many days of prayer, I was on my way to church one morning and asked the Father again out loud, “Lord please show me if and when I am to begin this book.” At that moment, a car turned into my street and the license plate read, “Write On.” Well that was all the confirmation I needed. God used a ‘sign’ to give me a word of wisdom! I began writing the next day while the Holy Spirit downloaded the Introduction and subsequent Chapter Titles.

Another caveat is not to look at the sign or to the vessel for the full understanding of the word(s) and don’t think just because you’ve received a prophetic word it will automatically manifest. You must pray and as Father for further insight. You must wage war against the forces of darkness to possess the promises of God through faith and patience, toppling every giant that stands in the way! That’s why Paul told Timothy to wage a good warfare by the prophecies that went out before him. The Spirit of Jezebel fights prophesy and will continually resist you, especially when you begin to get serious about praying and walking out the prophetic utterances God gives you! Another word of caution is that the prophetic vessel God uses only speaks for God not as God. Resist the temptation to elevate man to the place of someone who should be feared and inordinately reverenced: that is idolatry. Look to the Holy Spirit to get understanding, wisdom and counsel concerning every prophetic word you receive. Measure the words against the Scripture to safeguard against anything that would violate the logos. If some prophet tells you that your husband is the wrong man for you, who in the Bible ever said that to anyone? Nobody! Does the word violate the principles and patterns of Scripture? If someone prophesies to you that God has given you a special anointing to hear from Him and you don’t need to be part of a local church or associated with any other ministry, that too is nowhere in scripture!

Test prophesies by the logos (written word) where possible next with the inner witness of the Spirit. This is a bit more subjective but if you’re not sure of a word, pray and the Holy Spirit will bear witness with it or not. If your spirit is grieved, when someone gives you a prophetic word that is a signal you need to heed. We need to hold each other accountable in the prophetic. When giving words we should preface it with something like, “I believe the Lord is showing me such and such,” or “I believe the Lord is showing me something for you. Is it alright if I share it?” Then after you share it ask the person if it bore witness with them or not. Ask them if it was correct or not. Sometimes their tears or rejoicing let you know right away it was God! Mutual accountability helps in understanding what God may be saying. It keeps things in check and it keeps us humble. Death and Life are in the power of the tongue. Words carry life or they can carry death. We can’t afford to be careless especially when delivering prophetic words. If we can’t be accountable we shouldn’t prophesy! If we despise being corrected by anyone concerning any words we give or the attitude and tone in which we deliver them we’re spiritually immature and possibly dangerous to others! It’s like giving an unskilled seven year old a loaded pistol. He’ll shoot it if he has permission without realizing the damage it can do!

One day the Lord gave me the word “Bacon” for a young man. I told him that I believe the Lord gave me a word but it was a bit crazy. I kept hearing it so I had to decide to step out in faith or possibly miss an opportunity to minister to someone. I was willing to take the risk of sharing it if he would tell me if the word Bacon meant anything to him or not. I shared the word and of course everyone laughed. I asked him if it meant anything to him. He paused and thought for a minute and said “Well, I gave up pork recently. I don’t eat pork anymore.” I said, “Well bacon is pork!” again everybody laughed including the young man. Then I said out loud, “Well, I don’t know what to do with this word, Lord please help me out here!” Again laughter filled the place. As soon as I said that, the Lord gave me a download for this young man and I began to share it with him. He began to cry and I knew God was speaking something to his heart and used this word as a parable to teach him a principle.

Yet another caveat
 to prophecy is NEVER make a major decision or move based on one directive or one word given by ANYONE. I knew of a middle aged couple that sold their house, quit their jobs and made a geographical moved based on a ‘word’ from a so called prophet. They ended up homeless, jobless and financially broken, not to mention the spiritual brokenness they experienced as a result of stepping out on this ‘word’. The Bible is clear: let every word be established out of the mouth of two or more witnesses! That includes the inner witness of the Holy Ghost inside of you! God is never in a hurry. Pray through until you get several confirmations on words involving directives!

Let me add, that if you received a word years ago and it hasn’t come to pass doesn’t mean you should discard it. How many years passed between Isaiah’s prophecy of the Messiah (Isaiah 9: 6) and the fulfillment of it? Sometimes only time will tell! Keep it on your prayer list! The Apostle of the ministry I am involved with had a prophetic word some twenty years ago where the prophet saw him in a church building on a major interstate.

Apostle Chisholm started several different churches within that time span and none of them was on a major highway. He thought to himself, “Well, so and so just missed it!” Don’t you know just four and a half years ago he started another work in Columbus, Ohio? Instead of renting a building which was his intention, a realtor got in touch with him and said he had a church building for sale at a price that would be cheaper to buy than it would be to rent. Apostle Chisholm went to look at the building and guess what? It was located right on a major interstate -I-70 and yes, he was able to purchase it without any money down and with no congregation! God is good! That word took twenty some years to manifest!

Finally, prophesy is the possibility of the Father for your life and a portion of the thoughts He has towards you. He shares His thoughts with us to give us an expected end of a thing (Jeremiah 29: 11). It’s not the sum total of God’s plan for your life. It’s only a piece of His wonderful life puzzle that He wants you to search Him out for. These supernatural possibilities of the Father will remain human improbabilities unless and until we partner with them through prayer and submitting to the process of God. Prophesy is like a seed. It contains the possibility of a harvest but only under the right conditions. The soil must be good. It must be watered and it must be cultivated. The Holy Spirit will give you the grace required to press through the process just like that tiny seed pushes through the soil. The process is the space of time between prophecy and its fulfillment. In this period of time, Holy Spirit will purify the motives, intents and thoughts of the heart. He will strengthen and mature you emotionally and spiritually. He will bring your life into balance. He will teach and train you through other ministry gifts as well as your times of intimacy with Him in worship, prayer and Bible Study. A prophet told me years ago, “Learn well, while you’re going through the School of the Spirit!” I really didn’t understand what that meant until I experienced this fact: every Word of the Lord is tested! It’s up to us to hold fast with unmovable faith or throw up our hands and quit! God never quits on us. Why should we quit on God?

Joseph’s dream did not manifest immediately. He went through about a 14 year period of the stripping away of everything that was once familiar to him. He went through the crucible of rejection, misunderstanding, false accusations and injustices. Through it all, he persevered! When God saw that Joseph was ready, He released him into the full destiny of his prophetic dream. During his prophetic process, God used Joseph and gave him glimpses of His final prophetic destination through favor, leadership, interpreting dreams and promotions. God allowed trials by fire to purify his motives that were once full of ego and pride. So it is with us! “He will sit as a refiner and purifier of silver, and He will purify the sons of Levi [the priests], and refine them like gold and silver, so that they may present to the Lord [grain] offerings in righteousness.” Malachi 3: 3
Let me close with a few more practical tips and a review on how to partner with your prophesy!

1. Ask Father to show you what may have been someone else’s good intentions verses what is really from His heart. It’s very possible for someone to ‘read’ what’s in your soul and speak it back to you without having the wisdom of God for proper timing to release it or even if what was ‘prophesied’ over you was something in your soul i.e., self-will and selfish desires verses the Divine will and plan of God. You and I are still in the process of sanctification so not everything we hide in our hearts and minds may be from the Father. That’s why we have to go through purification (Malachi 3:3). A sensitive person in the spirit can pick up on those soulish things in us and read them back. That’s what psychics can do too.
2. The Bible says to ‘prove’ all things for veracity and soundness. At the same time we are not to despise prophesy because someone was off or people misuse the gift out of immaturity, ignorance, selfish gain or pride.
3. If it’s a hard word ask God to show you if it was filtered through the vessel’s soul wounds, their personal dislike of you in some area and/ or an unresolved heart issue. Prophesy can fail, but love never fails. Hard words not motivated by love bring condemnation not edification. In that case render those words null and void over yourself and speak life and the Word of God in place of any word you determine was false! If it was a corrective word that you needed to hear but it offended your flesh, rather than reject it, take it to God, be humble, heed it, repent and move forward!
4. Ask the Father to show you if it was a “now” word or a “later” word then pray accordingly. Now words usually confirm what is going on in your life at that time and the Father just wants to assure you that you are on the right path!
5. Pray “proven” prophesies over and over again and in so doing, wage a good warfare. There is always resistance in the spirit realm against the prophetic! The devil fights what you and I are called to be prophetically. He is terrified of your future! He knows the back of the Book and he loses! WE WIN! Remember that prophesy is the end of a thing. The devil fights you in the process so be strong in the Lord and of good courage! He that began a good work in you will complete it!
6. Share your prophecies with trusted spiritual elders to get their input, judgment, prayer and insight. Two are better than one. In the multitude of counsel there is safety. God may give them additional wisdom to help you fight the good fight of faith!
7. The larger the sphere of influence of the prophetic vision, the greater the preparation. Don’t become anxious in the process and the length of time it may take. Elephants have a gestation period of 22 months-almost two years! Why? They are the largest mammal in the Animal Kingdom!
8. Learn the blessing of contentment! Delight yourself in the Lord; not the prophecies themselves. They are just pointers in your spiritual roadmap. They are not to take the place of Jesus and intimacy with the Father! Persevere through faith and patience! Rather than dream only about the future, serve God out of your love for Him and His Body! Let Him use you right where you are here and NOW! Enjoy the journey and don’t get hung up on the future. We have no guarantee of it, except what is written in Scripture! “Take delight in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart.” Psalm 37: 4 “But godliness actually is a source of great gain when accompanied by contentment [that contentment which comes from a sense of inner confidence based on the sufficiency of God].” 1 Timothy 6: 6
9. Be careful not to reject prophesy based on the vessel God chooses to use i.e., someone very different than you, someone who is not a “minister”, a little child, a younger less mature person than you, a stranger, someone you may not like, someone from a different ‘stream’ than you (church, denomination, organization, school of thought etc.). Remember that if we reject a vessel God chooses to use, we reject Him. Yes we still need to test all things but don’t judge who He uses subjectively! Corporately, we are His Body-hands, feet, eyes, ears, and heart! “Do not neglect to extend hospitality to strangers [especially among the family of believers—being friendly, cordial, and gracious, sharing the comforts of your home and doing your part generously], for by this some have entertained angels without knowing it.” Hebrews 13: 2

So we see prophecy has a part to play and WE have a part to play. If we partner with prophecy the way the Bible instructs us to, it will be a rewarding and valuable piece to our life’s puzzle!

Yours in the Journey! Pastor Mary Ann

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