Shut Up And Let God Speak

#SheTeachesYouHowToPray Some of you talk to much when you pray. Yes, I said it! You talk too much when you pray! I know that prayer is a having a conversation with God, but let me ask you something. Do you ever give God time to talk back to you? One of the greatest revelations I have ever received about prayer is learning the art of being still and quiet in the presence of God. Zephaniah 1:7 says, "Be silent in the presence of the Lord God." God can't speak to you when you are talking. He will listen, but He will not respond back to you until you are silent. In the silence, God speaks. The reason why many of you are not hearing from God when you pray is back you are not staying still long en

Prophetic Word: Launch Out Into The Deep

Over the weekend, during my personal devotional time with God, the Lord pressed it upon my heart to read Luke 5. As I read the chapter, the Lord gave me prophetic Word to release to you and that Word is LAUNCH OUT INTO THE DEEP. In the Luke 5, Jesus stepped inside an empty fisher’s man both and told the fisherman to launch into the deep. If you are unfamiliar with story, the fisherman Jesus gave those instructions to was His soon to be disciple Peter. Peter and a group of fisherman had been fishing all night long, but didn't catch anything. That’s right, they didn’t catch a single fish! Yet, Jesus steps in Peter’s boat and tells Him to try it again! But this time He wants him to launch his b

Lord, Early Do I Seek Thee Prayer

#SheTeachesYouHowToPray Prayer in its most simplest definition is communication with God. While most of us already know this, what most people don't know is how to properly address God in prayer. Just like there are many different types of prayers, there also different ways we must approach God when we pray. Today God wants me to teach you the three ways to properly address Him in prayer. 1. Heavenly Father-In Matthew 6:9-13 Jesus teaches His disciples how to pray and petition God as our Heavenly Father. When praying for your own personal needs, you address God, The Father. Though the Lord's prayer is written in third person, it is a personal prayer we pray to God to get our daily needs meet

Redefine Your Perspective On Rejection

Rejection is inevitable. Everyone that has ever lived, is living, and will live will face rejection. Nobody likes it, but it will come and if you haven't experienced it yet, you will. I have faced rejection more times than I would like to count. The feeling of not being chosen, not being wanted, ignored, and overlooked hurts. If you are not deeply rooted in Christ, you will question your worth, value, and sanity. Your self-esteem will take a hit. Rejection can paralyze you. It can make you can go into deep depression or even make you want to take your own life. How do you overcome the spirit of rejection? Before, I share the revelations the Holy Spirit has given to me, I want to address the

#ThroneRoomThursday: Lord Examine My Heart

Welcome to the #ThroneRoom! Every Thursday I encourage you to come into this room for Holy Spirit inspired prayers and decrees and to learn how to properly and effectively petition our Heavenly Father in prayer for yourself and intercede on the behalf of others. #SheTeachesYouHowToPray As men and of women of God, we have to get back to following God's command to pray and pray without ceasing. God has mandated me to encourage, equip, and empower you in your daily walk with Christ and help you reactivate your prayer life. If you call yourself a Christian and have a non-existent prayer life that you need to reevaluate if you really are a Christian. The heart of Christianity is to become more li