5.18.2016

Love, the Main Thing

"Love is the Main Thing"
by Rick Joyner, Fort Mill, SC

"To the angel of the Church in Ephesus write: The One who holds the seven stars in His right hand, the One who walks among the seven golden lampstands, says this:
'I know your deeds and your toil and perseverance, and that you cannot tolerate evil men, and you put to the test those who call themselves apostles, and they are not, and you found them to be false;
'and you have perseverance and have endured for My name's sake, and have not grown weary.
'But I have this against you, that you have left your first love.
'Therefore remember from where you have fallen, and repent and do the deeds you did at first; or else I am coming to you and will remove your lampstand out of its place—unless you repent.
'Yet this you do have, that you hate the deeds of the Nicolaitans, which I also hate.
'He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To him who overcomes, I will grant to eat of the tree of life which is in the Paradise of God'" (Revelation 2:1-7).
Some scholars believe the word "Ephesus" to mean "desirable," but its origin and meaning are difficult to trace. Others consider it to be "discoverer," "the first," or "beginning," all of which could relate to the early church.
This Church is also commended because they "put to the test those who call themselves apostles, and are they not, and you found them to be false." After the first century, apostles were not recognized by the Church, so this would not have applied after this period.

The Ephesian Church is also commended for its perseverance and endurance. The Lord also rebuked the Ephesian Church for losing its "first love" (see Revelation 2:4). As Christians, we must guard against this first—getting so caught up in what we're doing that we forget the One we've been called to grow up into. This is one of the greatest challenges every Christian, church, and movement will face. At first, the "first love" is so intoxicating that it is easy to be continually captivated by the Lord. Then, we slowly become familiar with Him, gradually loosing the passion we knew at first.

All who experienced this passion of "falling in love" and then maintaining the relationship through the maturing stages would wonder if it was possible to keep the extreme passion they had at first. We know scientifically that the release of endorphins causes this exceptional passion people feel when first attracted to each other, resulting in a drug-like euphoria. However, our bodies have a limited number of these endorphins, and they get used up in a few months. Once we use them up, we tend to crash, similar to an experience of coming off drugs. This can cause them to think "the honeymoon is over" or that they have "fallen out of love." They haven't, but their endorphins have run out and they need to move on to a more mature, deeper relationship. Those who get through this transition agree that the mature love is better.

This is true in human relationships, but the Lord rebukes the Ephesian Church for losing the love they had at first. In Him, we can actually keep the same kind of passion for Him that we had in the beginning. When we meet the Lord, or are born again, we may not have endorphins firing off, but we have something much better—the Holy Spirit. The euphoria we feel when baptized in the Spirit is far greater than anything we could feel from a drug. The best part is that it is not an illusion. Instead, we begin to touch, or be touched by, the infinite reality of the power of the Lord and His goodness. As we are told by Isaiah, there is "no end to the increase of His Kingdom" (see Isaiah 9:7). The Lord said that we would have a well of living water springing up from within that would never run dry. This is something that does not ever have to end, or even ebb, but can actually continue to increase in our life.

Even though most Christians probably experience times of drifting from the River of Life, we don't have to. When we do, we need to recognize it and return in haste to the passion we had for Him in the beginning. In Christ, this river does not run dry. To get back, we need to do the things we did at first—read, study, and seek to know Him and His ways. Tell others about Him, and don't forsake the bonding together with other Believers that we are called to and that I John 1:7 tells us is essential for those who "dwell in the light."

Human passionate love is intended as a type or model of our relationship to the Lord. In Scripture, such models are called "types" or "shadows" (see Hebrews 8:5), implying they only have the substance that our shadow has compared to us. The love we have with God can be more substantial than what we experience with any other human. So, how could we have this kind of passionate, virtually all-consuming love for the Lord and still function in life?

I inquired of the Lord about this several years ago and was given a brief experience of this love. It was so all-consuming that it was even dangerous in some ways. I was so consumed with God and His love that anything or anyone I looked at, I loved like I had never felt love before. I could look at a telephone pole and be utterly captivated by how wonderful it was. Despite having used many types of drugs in my BC ("before Christ") days, I never experienced any kind of high that came close to the love I felt in this experience. However, I could also hardly function, just as if I had been on some drug-induced high. When this lifted, I asked the Lord how we could walk in something like this and still function. I was shown how I had to mature in this gradually, along with self-control and wisdom, to turn my feelings into action.

I am a goal-oriented person who can feel really bad if I don't think I accomplished something each day. However, what we become is more important to Him than what we do. Our highest purpose as human beings is to love God. We only attain our higher purpose, and what we are called to do, by love. As I Corinthians 13 tells us, without love, all of our works do not count. It is good to turn our love into action, but we must never forget that the love itself is the main thing.

Rick Joyner
MorningStar Ministries

Email: info@morningstarministries.org
Website: www.morningstarministries.org

Rick Joyner is the founder and executive director of MorningStar Ministries and Heritage International Ministries and is the Senior Pastor of MorningStar Fellowship Church. He is the author of more than forty books, including The Final QuestA Prophetic History, and Church History. He is also the president of The OAK Initiative, an interdenominational movement that is mobilizing thousands of Christians to be engaged in the great issues of our times, being the salt and light that they are called to be. Rick and his wife, Julie, have five children: Anna, Aaryn, Amber, Ben, and Sam.
Rick Joyner's Itinerary:

May 20-21, 2016
Frontline Worship Centre Canada Trip
Southside Victory Church
Contact: (403) 887-3313

June 5-8, 2016
MFM Retreat
375 Star Light Dr. Fort Mill, SC 29715
June 10-11, 2016
Mantle of Power
Harvest Training Center
69 Myrtle Street, Cranford, NJ
*************************************
To receive daily, encouraging prophetic emails from The Elijah List to your in boxCLICK HERE or go to: http://elijahlist.com/subscribe

Visit our webstore and check out our brand new conference set: What is God Saying for 2016?:
http://www.elijahshopper.com/what-is-god-saying-for-2016-conference/


Permission is granted (and you are also encouraged) to reprint these articles in hard copy form, as well as sending them to your own email lists and posting them on your own websites. We ask only that you keep Elijah List website, email contact info, and author contact information intact.


Elijah List Publications
528 Ellsworth St. SW
Albany, OR 97321
www.elijahlist.com
email: info@elijahlist.net
Phone 1-541-926-3250

5.17.2016

Believe and Hold On

All things are possible to him who believes.
Mark 9:23

Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we 
profess, for he who promised is faithful.
Hebrew 10:23


5.08.2016

A Mother

Happy Mother's Day!

Naturally, Mother's Day turns a person's thoughts towards their mother. I am no exception to this. As I thought of what to give my mom this year, I couldn't help but think of various things I remember about my mom growing up. If I were to take those memories and compile them into a list, this is what it would read like. Enjoy the stroll down memory lane with me, and please forgive any grammatical errors; I just wrote it as it came to mind.

Beginning as far back as I can recall, mom was cups of cold coffee sitting on the end table, lessons on bed making, trying to play with a rather non-imaginative me, church meetings with other ladies, pretty dishes, and special occasions with the "fancy" olive green tablecloth trimmed with tiny pompoms, only in the early 1970s. Walks to the end of the drive for mail, hanging clothes on the clothesline, a tornado spent in the storm cellar, and feeding a baby duck in an old metal Miracle Whip lid.

As the years went by, the following memories gathered together, though not necessarily shared in chronological order. Teaching me to hold and feed a baby brother, Charlie perfume, a pretty container containing solid perfume, reading the Pentecostal Evangel every Sunday afternoon while still in church clothes and pantyhose. There seemed something so beautiful about mom barefoot with her pantyhose on. I couldn't wait to be grown so I could do the same on my Sunday afternoons.

Ladies' meetings and Bible studies, preparing for Sunday school and Missionette lessons, sewing my
Christmas and Easter dresses, sewing her own skirts and clothes, new shoes from Cinderella of Boston, anticipation of Christmas, birthday surprises, decorated birthday cakes, a love of new books, pairs of shoes scattered here and there wherever they were removed, extra special coffee cups with daisies on them, hot tea, vicks on the throat with clean old pantyhose tied around the neck during a cold, new coloring books, and runny eggs.

Other memories that say mom to me are the making of Christmas wreaths with her best friend, phone conversations with her best friend on the phone. These conversations usually included laughing and often snorting occurred too. No tattling. No whining. No talking back. Finding ways to keep a bored child occupies. This didn't happen often; it only took once to know you didn't want to be bored. Hamburger gravy on bread and macaroni and tomatoes when dad was working. Fish sticks, goulash, and tuna sandwiches sometimes got to be eaten on TV trays.

Special gatherings for adults, children, and youth through the years. Faithfulness to study God's Word and spend time with Him each day. Love for details, researcher at heart, and a teacher extraordinaire. Shut in the bathroom when a prayer chain call came through and the imparting of such a call's importance to her children. Always participating in church work day and any other activity going on there, even if you have to bring your children along with you. Children can be trained to behave themselves and accompany a mother to almost any activity without causing trouble. Where there is a will, there is a way.

Somewhere along the way I also remember a 3D diet that introduced at least two new recipes I fix for my family to this day. I also learned that meatloaf, baked potatoes, and green beans go together as do fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, and corn. Bierocks taste best when accompanied by home-canned tomatoes and chocolate cake is best eaten with home-canned peaches. Chili must have dill pickles beside it and milk to drink with it. Ham and Beans are delicious with corn bread slathered in butter and honey.

Hospitality is fun and need not be complicated. A summertime meal of grilled hamburgers, salad, and corn on the cob provides the perfect preface for games of Pitch and Pit with friends. Also, a round oak table can seat six as well as it seats four; children won't realize it was crowded until they are grown. Best friends give the best permanent waves, and freshly brewed iced tea is the perfect accessory to an afternoon visit with all friends. A glass of iced tea, Snickers bar, and a good book are all a woman needs for a relaxing time alone. Music is part of everything, and being able to sing harmony is a desirable skill.

Writing time is over, but the memories keep coming. As this Mother's Day rolls on, I pray blessings on my Mother for her faithfulness to God and family, but also on each one of you. May you discover the treasured memories of women who have mothered you through the years.

Love because of Jesus,
Abundantly Blessed






5.02.2016

What God is Looking For

 

"He is looking for godly character over gifts and anointings." 

-  Kathy Watson, God is Looking for Humility, Truth, and Integrity, Elijah List website

These are the words my eyes clung to with delight. These are the words I have felt stirring in my own spirit for weeks. These are the words I longed to share but didn't know exactly how for oh so very very long. And now...now here they are. This is what my heart has been telling me over and over again; God is looking for evidences of His character not His actions to come forth from out of His children. Miracles are marvelous, but they aren't Him. They are merely what follows along after those who believe on Him. (Mark 16:17) 

He is Love. (1 John 4:8) Miracles do not distinguish us as Christians, Christ followers; love does. Miracles will accompany us and follow us, but they are not the proof we are God's. God is love. We will be known as His by our love one for another. (John 13:35) Others will know we belong to God because He, love, comes out from us in every thing we do and every thing we say. We will think, speak, act, live, love. Love is the distinguishing, identifying trait of Jesus followers. Love. Nothing else. Love. 

May God, Love, fill you to overflowing today and every day.

Link to God is Looking for Humility, Truth, and Integrity:  http://www.elijahlist.com/words/display_word.html?ID=16005


5.01.2016

Trusting, It's a Process

Hi! You're just in time for tea! The water is hot, the tea is on the counter, and there are chocolate chip cookies, if you want some. 

Recently, one of my daughters and I had a conversation together. As the conversation flowed along it became painfully obvious that all was not well with my daughter and her opinion of God. A mama can tell these things. Very carefully I gently steered the conversation closer to matters of the heart until the moment of confrontation presented itself. "Why are you so resistant and displeased with any mention of God and His goodness?" I asked. A pregnant silence hung like a suffocating blanket in the room. My dear girl knows her mama's heart and didn't really want to come right out and confess to a lifelong God-lover, that she didn't think God was good. Nor did she want to admit that due to Him not answering a prayer the way she thought He had said He would in the Bible, that she now felt God didn't do what He said He would. No, my girl didn't want to go there or do that, but mama...

Mama knows that a wound left to itself will fester and eventually poison from the inside out. So mama kept on pushing with gentle, but firm, pressure that sore spot on her dear girl's hurting heart. After a few more well-placed squeezes, questions, my sweet girl broke forth with the reason she felt God was more lying enemy than trusted refuge. At times like that mamas are thankful for every moment spent listening to God Holy Spirit's voice because at times like that mamas need every bit of wisdom heaven has to give. The rest of the conversation was a final cleaning of my girl's heart wound. 

Misunderstanding and incorrect perceptions can do that, leave a person with a gaping open and wounded heart. My girl continues walking out her own salvation and getting better acquainted with the Lover of her soul every day. Step by beautiful step she is walking the truth road like a true soldier of Jesus Christ. Like her mama, she may not be all the way there yet, but Praise the Lord she is more like Jesus today than she was yesterday, and she knows mama loves always, no matter what.

The following quote is the perfect companion to our conversation. As I pondered over it's words, the thought came to me that perhaps there are others who would be encouraged by them. Many people are walking through perilous struggles and circumstances. Trust-building is definitely something a person can regularly put to use. I am honored to share it with you over tea.

"Trust-building is a process. A journey. For all of us.
We must put more faith in what we do know about God than in what we don’t know about the future."
 - Christine Caine


4.25.2016

Hushed

"Just hush," says Abba God, "hush." Abba knows there is much I long to say, to share, but  He calmly speaks in an almost whisper, "Hush, now little dear one, just hush." And that is what I do.

4.04.2016

A Word Fitly Spoken

How to Usher in a Massive Awakening and Divinely Ordained Destinies
In this time of great unrest, uncertainty, and chaos in the earth, the Lord is raising up a great company of sons and daughters who exude His peace and reflect His great light, just as He said: "Let there be light!" The mandate given to this company is to: "Prepare the way of the LORD; make straight in the desert a highway for our God" (Isaiah 40:3).
Their job description is to see that "every valley shall be exalted and every mountain and hill brought low; the crooked places shall be made straight and the rough places smooth" (Isaiah 40:4). As they accomplish this tremendous task, they will receive the glorious reward: "The glory of the LORD shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together; for the mouth of the LORD has spoken" (Isaiah 40:5).
As the Lord prepares to usher in a massive awakening and to launch a vast company of saints into their divinely ordained destinies – some into the marketplace, some into the harvest fields, and some to minister to His House, the enemies of our Lord are attempting to derail this move by launching a campaign of confusion, to cause division in the ranks, and miscommunication and offense in relationships. This has always been satan's greatest tactic from ancient times, and many can testify, through experience, of the suffering it causes.
However, recently, in this year of great expectation of the fulfillment of God's promises, the enemy is attempting to sabotage divinely ordained destinies from coming forth. As I have been in prayer over this, the Lord revealed that the cause of much of the offense lies in a lack of adhering to the PROTOCOLS OF THE KINGDOM coupled with unloving attitudes.
Protocols of the Kingdom govern rules of conduct and accepted behavior clearly laid out in the Word of God. According to Wikipedia's definition,protocol is: a rule which describes how an activity should be performed... [They] are often unwritten guidelines. Protocols specify the proper and generally accepted behavior in matters of state and diplomacy, such as showing appropriate respect to a head of state, ranking diplomats in chronological order of their accreditation at court, and so on. In any great kingdom or government, and most certainly in the Kingdom of God, there is order and protocol to be observed in all relationships, but most especially in observance with the leadership or elders appointed by God. (Photo via Faith Marie Baczko)
Now we ask you, brothers and sisters, to acknowledge those who work hard among you, who care for you in the Lord and who admonish you. Hold them in the highest regard in love because of their work. Live in peace with each other. 1 Thessalonians 5:12-13
Some Guidelines in Relating to Leadership
– Show honor to your leaders through love, kindness, and listening to their advice and counsel with respect.
– Love them in prayer, intercession, and kindness, for "he who receives a prophet in the name of a prophet shall receive a prophet's reward..." (Matthew 10:41).
– Refrain from: criticism, judgment, gossip, and slander of leaders God has appointed.
– Be sensitive and give leaders their space as they are dealing with many people on many fronts and it can be overwhelming and tiring.
– Try not to flood leaders with your revelations, especially leaders that you do not have a relationship with. Trust God for your timing. Jesus went into the grave carrying the greatest revelation of all history – that He was the Son of God and very God! If your revelation is from God, it cannot die; God will bring it forth in its time with far greater anointing and impact when you wait for His timing.
– Do not be presumptuous in word or action; Luke 14:7-11 is a great Scripture to meditate on: "When he noticed how the guests picked the places of honor at the table, he told them this parable: "When someone invites you to a wedding feast, do not take the place of honor, for a person more distinguished than you may have been invited. If so, the host who invited both of you will come and say to you, 'Give this person your seat.' Then, humiliated, you will have to take the least important place. But when you are invited, take the lowest place, so that when your host comes, he will say to you, 'Friend, move up to a better place.' Then you will be honored in the presence of all the other guests. For all those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted."
– Resist the temptation or desire to correct leaders on their messages or their doctrine, especially if you are not in relationship with them. If you feel that a leader is in error, follow proper protocol and take it to the leader that you are accountable to – or better still, take it to God in prayer! Ultimately, leaders are set in their position by God and they must answer to Him. He is most capable of correcting His servants if it is needed. In seeking Him first, God may just reveal a greater revelation of truth that you did not see. (Photo via Freeimages)
– God sets leaders in within boundary lines established by Him. Within these regions they sit at the gates and are mandated with the authority to govern. There are spheres of authority in the Kingdom of God and protocol related to those spheres.
ElijahList Prophetic Resources
"Handle with Care"
I personally find it very disheartening when I see those in the Body criticize, judge, and mock openly on the Internet or in print. The Bible gives the protocol for dealing with all situations that may arise. When there are concerns, we should first go in private; then with others; and the last resort is in public, and in that case it is done with dignity, and integrity – never to mock or put shame on anyone, but to always handle God's servants in an honoring way.
If it is of a prophetic concern or related to accuracy, I believe it grieves the heart of God when we publicly shame the sons and daughters that He loves, who are sincerely trying to be obedient to Him. As we publicly criticize and attack each other, the world looks on and mocks our hypocrisy and lack of love.
If we were to encourage and build-up one another publicly, and correct in love and honor privately, so much confusion, pain, offense, and shame in the Body of Christ would be eliminated. I have found when we speak the truth in love, we will have a far more receptive audience and build long-lasting relationships!
I have learned the hard way that it is better to wait and take time to think things through prayerfully and ask for counsel before I go rushing in with correction or with my opinions. We so easily forget that Jesus hung on a Cross for the very people we are so angry and offended with – that He loves them passionately with everlasting love – and yet we can handle them so carelessly.
When God first released me in the area of counseling, I had a very vivid dream. I was walking on a narrow path up a very high hill. At the top of the hill was a great mansion, like a castle. I was dressed like a servant, on my way to work in the mansion of a great king. The king took me to a very special room that contained his most priceless treasures! He handed me a cloth and instructed me to clean these valuables and then left. As I turned to begin my work, I saw a large sign on the wall that read "HANDLE WITH CARE." I knew the dream was a warning from God to handle His children, the treasures of His heart, with great care! (Photo via Pixabay)
God Does Not Take Sides; He is His Own Side
It is important to remember that God doesn't takes sides; He is His own side – one that is always founded on a higher way. When Joshua asked the Captain of the Hosts whose side He was on, theirs or their enemies, He answered, "Neither" – for God so loved THE WORLD! In disputes, it is always important to ascend to the place of God's heart to get His perspective. To be an ambassador representing the Kingdom, it is important to always maintain an objective position in all circumstances, and not be hooked in through emotion. When we are caught in the situation emotionally, we become a part of the problem, and then we may not be equipped to bring God's solution.
There was a time early in my Christian walk where I was busy criticizing God's leaders and God's Church, even though I knew the Scripture about not touching God's anointed. Well, the Bible says that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, so the Lord took me to an account in Ezekiel 8 and 9 that really shook me up! God then spoke to my heart and said, "I did not call you to criticize but to unite with My heart to intercede and pray accordingly."
This incident caused me to be so grateful for the Cross and the Blood of Jesus that protects us! God does want His children to grow up into the fullness of the stature of Christ, and the Holy Spirit patiently works with us that we may become the fragrance of Christ wherever we are.
God has put a deep travail in my heart rising inside me over these issues. We are all so hungry for more of God and on the edge of the move we have been longing for. I believe God not only wants us to pursue unity, He wants us in union to drive out the enemy from the midst of us, that His shalom can rest heavily upon us and His glory be evident to all!
If we choose to study and learn of the fragrant and beautiful ways of Christ, and the protocols of His Kingdom, as we move out into the harvest fields of the world, the plans of the enemy to divide us will be greatly hinderedWhen we move as a unified force, the commanded blessing of the Father will be upon us and the world will know that we are sons of God by our love for each other and for them. (Photo via Wikimedia)
By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another. John 13:38
Revival and awakening begin within us. The Azusa Street Revival began when some had the courage to pray, "Lord, BEND me!" Repentance makes the way for the Spirit to move.
Prayer for Personal Revival
On my journey, God brought these issues before me and inspired me to write the below repentance prayer for personal revival.
I dwell in the high and holy place, with Him who has a contrite and humble spirit, to revive the spirit of the humble, and to revive the heart of the contrite ones. Isaiah 57:15
O Father, Sovereign Lord of Heaven and earth, please forgive me for breaking Your first and second commandment, for not loving You with all my heart. Forgive me for putting people and other things as priorities in my life before You. Forgive me, Lord, for turning my eyes away from beholding Your beauty. Forgive me for wasting precious time on the things of this world.
O LORD, I have heard Your speech and was afraid; O LORD, revive your work in the midst of the years! Habakkuk 3:2
Forgive me, LORD, for when I have not hearkened to the word of Your prophets and apostles and not submitted to the leaders You have given to guide and direct me. Forgive me when I have made the choice to criticize and dishonor Your chosen servants with my words and grieved the Holy Spirit. Lord forgive me when I have, through criticism, slander, judgment, and murmuring, stepped out from under the protection of fathers and mothers whom You have set in place over me. Forgive me, Father!
Then we will not turn away from You; revive us, and we will call on Your name. Restore us, LORD God Almighty; make Your face shine upon us, that we may be saved. Psalm 80:19
Father, forgive me when I have not preferred others as Your Word commands and not honored the gift in others. Father, forgive me where I have been guilty of pride, striving, competition, and a lack of Your great love and compassion. Forgive me for holding on to offense and unforgiveness; forgive me, LORD, when I have not chosen Your higher way of love and servanthood.
Consider how I love Your precepts; revive me, O LORD, according to Your lovingkindness. Psalm 119:159
Forgive me, LORD, when I have misrepresented You and not reflected Your goodness, Your compassion and great mercy for others, the lost and the poor. Forgive me for any prejudice I have harbored toward precious people of other cultures or social standing, created in Your image, and in pride have treated anyone as less than myself.
Great are Your tender mercies, O LORD; revive me according to Your judgments. Psalm 119:156
O LORD, forgive me when my heart has been proud and lofty and I have chosen reason and logic over Your Word. Forgive me for compromising and attempting to live out Your Life on my terms; for I am owned by You, bought by Your Blood. Forgive me, LORD, when I have been selective in my obedience and disregarded Your commands and precepts as not relevant or agreeable.
Hear my voice according to Your lovingkindness; O LORD, revive me according to Your justice. Psalm 119:149 
Father, Your Word declares that righteousness and justice are the foundations of Your throne; forgive me, LORD, when I have not walked righteously. Forgive me when I have chosen to compromise on Your Word and Your Way, and have not chosen to obey the clear directions in Your Word.
Turn away my eyes from looking at worthless things, and revive me in Your way. Psalm 119:37
Forgive me for grieving Your precious Holy Spirit when I have not chosen Your way and Your Words of life. You long for me to share Your heart and Your desires; forgive me for having chosen my ways above Yours.
Behold, I long for Your precepts; revive me in Your righteousness. Psalm 119:40
Forgive me Lord for displeasing You with grumbling, murmuring and complaining, and for having a despairing heart of unbelief and doubt. Forgive me for not trusting Your faithfulness and goodness, for You are Good and Your mercy endures forever. O Father, forgive my unbelief and help me to believe once again.
My soul clings to the dust; revive me according to Your word. Psalm 119:25 
Father, please forgive me for undermining any revelation You have prepared and birthed through chosen vessels to enhance the building of Your House, to enforce Your coming Kingdom, and to display Your great power on earth. Forgive me for words I have spoken against other churches and ministries, and the work You have birthed through them.
Will You not revive us again, that Your people may rejoice in You? Psalm 85:6
Precious LORD, I declare my love for You today. I choose to pick up my cross and follow You. I choose obedience and I choose the way of love. I honor You as my LORD and confess that You are the Sovereign LORD of all creation! I praise Your wonderful name and lift it high above every name that is named on earth or in Heaven. You alone are God, and You alone are worthy of praise and honor. You are great and greatly to be praised. All honor, majesty, dominion, power, and glory belongs to You, O God!
I declare to the Heavens, to principalities and powers, that You are my God, that You are good and Your great mercy endures forever! Be lifted up, you gates, that the KING OF GLORY may come!
Faith Marie Baczko, Executive Director
Headstone Ministries International | Schools of The Last Wine

Email: contact@headstoneministries.com
Website: www.headstoneministries.com
Faith Marie Baczko is the Pastor of Yahweh's House Fellowship and the President of Headstone Ministries International and Schools of The Last Wine. She brings significant revelation to mobilize, equip, and strengthen the Body for this momentous time of history. Her teachings are rich with revelatory insight released to undergird the work of preparation for the saints to be fashioned into a holy sanctuary for the coming of the Lord. She is a prophetic preacher, encourager, author, and international speaker, ministering the Word of the Lord to the nations. She has held many conferences and seminars in South America and the Caribbean.
To subscribe to The Elijah List go to:http://elijahlist.com/subscribe
ElijahList Prophetic Resources
Faith Marie Baczko's Itinerary:
Note: Events are subject to change at the ministry's discretion. We suggest you always check first with the event contact listed here and/or directly visit their website for latest updates on each event.
April 16 & 23, 2016 (6:30pm)
Summoned: Call for the Women!
with Faith Marie Baczko
Contact: 289 813-3829
May 21 & 28, 2016 (6:30pm)
The Arising Army of God
with Faith Marie Baczko
Contact: 289 813-3829