The Dream Voyage, The Prophetic Journey, Thriving Calling, Thriving Faith, Thriving Identity, Thriving Leadership, THRIVING MEN, Words from Papa God

Word from Papa God today “Pull-Up”… by Amy Meyer

Papa God says to you, I am doing something great in you! Look higher and aim higher. Don’t settle for comfort at the level you are currently at.

I don’t want you making any final decisions, direction-wise until you arrive at the next place I am taking you, in our relationship. Come with Me here first, then you will be able to see and know more clearly as to what direction I want you to take. Don’t put the cart before the horse, making plans and then bringing them to Me. I am trying to get you to come up higher, first, before the plans are made. Put your priorities straight. I need you to put a death blow to your reason and logic that overrides your spirit man.

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Thriving Church, Thriving Five Fold Ministry

Five-Fold Ministry Graces…by John Meyer

John is sharing about the five-fold ministry graces and how God is raising up healthy and secure representations of these vital functions. See how they help the Body become mature through their nurturing gifts. John shares the difference between a religious system and Kingdom operation through love.

Bridal Prophets, The Prophetic Journey, Thriving Identity, Thriving Leadership, Words from Papa God

New Breed of Prophet Rising in The Church

There is a new breed of Prophet rising in the earth. They have a bridal mandate…to heal the wounds of The Bride and prepare her, not through harsh words brought on by sin consciousness and judgment but through fruit of the spirit impartation that produces a Christ-consciousness. There is an enormous eternal wedding coming, and He isn’t expecting a Bride that doesn’t understand how much she’s loved and adored. – John Meyer

Thriving Identity, Thriving Leadership, Thriving Relationships, Words from Papa God

Spiritual Parenting?

Spiritual Parenting: Weird if it’s forced, because the recipient can feel the need of the parent wanting to make up for a parenting loss of some kind or the need to feel important. Great if it happens by and through the Spirit because of love with no agenda. – John Meyer