Prophet Kim Potter
November 9, 2021

If you’ve noticed, we’ve been posting more sobering words, even this week.

We are living in intense days, folks…and God is preparing His Bride to boldly stand.


Prophet Nathan Shaw
November 10, 2021

Healing is always on the heart of God…ALWAYS.

And, we are called to do the “greater works.”


Prophet Elijah Smith
November 11, 2021

Years ago, it was on my heart to create a social
media platform where you could “Say Your Piece”!


Prophet Nathan Shaw
November 10, 2021

Recently I’ve been stirred about God’s healing mandate for our time. I found myself inquiring and crying out, “How can we position ourselves for this mandate?” In response, God highlighted two prophets: Habakkuk and John the Baptist.

Prophets both have a message and are a message. Habakkuk and John the Baptist prophesy to us today through their words and their lives. They are men of faith, cheering us on from the great cloud of witnesses (Hebrews 12:1).

Habakkuk’s Mandate

Habakkuk called forth God’s mandate for his generation by fixing his eyes on God’s past supernatural deliverance. Grieved at the lack of faith in Israel, he cried out, “LORD, I have heard of Your fame; I stand in awe of Your deeds, LORD. Repeat them in our day, in our time make them known; in wrath remember mercy” (Habakkuk 3:2, NIV).

Habakkuk chapter 3 goes on to recount God’s dramatic deliverance of Israel as they came out of Egypt and into the Promised Land. Habakkuk’s description of God’s appearance and deliverance is so dramatic, it was as if he was there, watching the whole scene unfold. For Habakkuk, the past deliverance out of Egypt prophesied future deliverance. Seeing and meditating on the past event ignited an intense intercessory cry within him. Let’s not forget that the deliverance from Egypt included a profound revelation of God as healer, and a profound demonstration of that healing (Exodus 15:26).

Habakkuk looked back to the deliverance from Egypt. We look back to Jesus’ supernatural ministry. Habakkuk looked back to Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. We look back to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. By the Spirit, Habakkuk was enabled to see the deliverance from Egypt. By the same Spirit, we are enabled to see Jesus’ supernatural ministry. The ‘seeing’ ignites an intense intercessory cry. Israel’s deliverance from Egypt and Jesus’ supernatural ministry are not just historical events, they are prophetic promises for future generations. (Photo via Pixabay)

John the Baptist’s Mandate

Like Habakkuk, John the Baptist called forth God’s mandate for his generation. John the Baptist did this with his gaze fixed firmly on the future. He knew that his job was to prepare the way for Jesus—the One who would usher in a new era.

John the Baptist was a seer, and he had seen an era in which everyday people would encounter God in a previously unknown and unheard of measure. What he saw was made plain in his words to his generation: “I indeed baptize you with water unto repentance, but He who is coming after me is mightier than I, whose sandals I am not worthy to carry. He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire” (Matthew 3:11, NKJV).

John the Baptist saw Pentecost! He knew who Jesus was, declaring Him as “mightier than I,” but he was specifically focused on that which Jesus would do—baptize people “with the Holy Spirit and fire.”

Later, when John the Baptist was in prison, he inquired of Jesus, “…’Are You the Coming One, or do we look for another?'” (Matthew 11:3, NKJV). Jesus sent a message back to John the Baptist: “…’Go and tell John the things which you hear and see: The blind see and the lame walk; the lepers are cleansed and the deaf hear; the dead are raised up and the poor have the Gospel preached to them. And blessed is he who is not offended because of Me'” (Matthew 11:4-6, NKJV).