Words from Papa God

Embracing Mystery and Suprise in Life…Word from Papa God By Amy Meyer

He says, All things have no comparison to following Me. Allow Me as your good shepherd, to lead you always, to green pastures. Let your love and security rest in My provision and faithfulness. Think bigger and keep following Me. Get comfortable with Mystery. Embrace it as a delight, like a surprise, like a gift from Daddy. Part of being childlike and having childlike faith is the pleasure and enjoyment of surprises and mystery. Embrace it. Adults lose their faith and tend to control their environments, due to pain and misunderstandings. Children, on the other hand, embrace surprise and wonder and enjoy its reward. They are drawn towards it and secure with it. Become childlike again in your faith with Me. Allow Me to heal the areas where you thought I wasn’t a good Father…

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The Story of the Old Grape Branch… “Understanding God’s heart in the process… author unknown

Once upon a time, there was an Old Grape Branch. He had been growing in the vineyard for a very long time and his fruit was the biggest and sweetest fruit around! People came from far and wide to taste his fruit.

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The Young Branch beside him looked up to him and said, “I want to be just like you when I grow up. What can I do to have fruit as big and sweet as yours?”

The Old Branch said, “Be willing.”

The Young Branch thought, “That’s strange…be willing?”

The Prophetic Journey

Abiding in the Presence of the Lord – The Path of Life, Part 10 (Depression) by Rick Joyner

 We discussed in a previous Word for the Week how discernment may operate through impressions, which is where we start to feel in ourselves what someone else is dealing with. One reason many prophetic people suffer depression is thatdeperssion they pick up on so much spiritually around them that they think it is their problem and fail to distinguish this as the gift working. Just because we feel depression does not mean that we have depression, but we may be feeling what someone close to us is dealing with. If we inquire of the Lord about these feelings, He will lead us to the truth about them. As we mature, we will learn to distinguish what we are picking up from others, or other situations, and what is actually in our own hearts.

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Video: How’s Your Mid-Life Metamorphosis Going?…by John & Amy Meyer

Mid-Life doesn’t have to be a crisis. Discover what’s really going on during your mid-life years. God has a plan and He hasn’t forgotten about you. No, far from it. He is actually taking you through a metamorphing season preparing you for the center of your calling.