This is a conversation many won’t want to miss with Sid Roth, Tracy Cooke and Kevin Zadai, published just a few days ago on November 4. Their messages are incredibly encouraging about the still-uncertified 2020 election and informative on how to deal with a word from God through a prophet.
Can I say, I love the diversity that exists in today’s prophets of Christ! It is okay if we do not all worship, pray or look exactly the same way. God gives different gifts to us at just the right time when He desires to use those gifts through us. And, He speaks to all the diverse branches of His family! We can listen to each other though we come from different denominations and teaching.
One thing I believe we need to do is agree to take their advice: when God gives a word to a trusted prophet, our job is to get behind it in prayer. We are part of His plan, agreeing on earth what He speaks in Heaven… Say, Yes, Lord, Your will be done! Do NOT let the devourer steal what rightfully belongs to You and Your people!
God bless every believer praying, standing in the gap for America. It isn’t over until God says it is over.
“I will not stagger at the promise of God through unbelief, but I will stand strong in the faith, giving glory to God.” (Romans 4:20)
Reflecting upon this verse, can I tell you something odd that has been happening to me this past week or more? I say that a lot. So many of our blog posts here at Faith and Fasting are “odd” experiences that end up being messages in the spiritual. He loves to give us brain teasing mysteries to unfold! Our brilliant Creator.
Well, here it is. I’ve written so much in recent months on the election, and never had a problem typing the word “election” until the past couple of weeks. But in the past 2 weeks, maybe 3 out of 5 times whenever I type the word, “election”, somehow my finger slips and a “g’ ends up in the middle of it, like this: elecgtion.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve backspaced over that word to correct it! When it happened again in this very post, I realized maybe God was trying to say something. But, why the “G”?
Then, while typing the verse above, Romans 4:20, the last phrase powerfully caught my attention: “I will not stagger at the promise of God through unbelief, but I will stand strong in the faith, giving glory to God!”
There were the three Gs: Giving Glory to God!
Friends, maybe that’s the whole point of this election, 2020. This fiasco, this disaster to human eyes. That in the end, it is for us to only GIVE THE GLORY TO GOD. Not by might, not by power, but by My Spirit, says the Lord! (Zechariah 4:6)
Lord, may it be so! You deserve ALL the GLORY! We will give you ALL the GLORY! Bless Your holy name forever, Jesus, in Your name and by Your strength alone, the “elecGtion” will be YOURS and YOURS ALONE to call for Your purposes and Your Glory! We look to You. We trust You, and our hope is in You and only You. Amen!