Dominion Strategy – Part 2

A couple of weeks ago, I picked up my Bible and began to read Isaiah 35. Here, Holy Spirit revealed His purpose and mission for a new assignment in front of me to help His redeemed ones recover their destinies.

Holy Spirit highlighted Isaiah 35:3-4 TPT, which says to “Strengthen those who are discouraged. Energize those who feel defeated. Say to the anxious and fearful, ‘Be strong and never afraid. Look, here comes your God! He is breaking through to give you victory! He comes to avenge your enemies. With divine retribution he comes to save you!'”

So, right now, it’s time to continue to follow Jesus as He leads us further into our next assignments with peace, rejoice and wisdom. It’s time to keep bringing order to transition as we move into position to recover all and then some. It’s time to move into God’s showplaces as He showcases His glory through us as a beacon to the nations (Ac 13:47).

God is lifting the bride of Christ into His light of justice for all to see His goodness. There will be extraordinary expressions of God’s covenant blessings for a restored generational heritage.

The grace for His plunder and spoils are part of this retribution as we continue to move forward with Him in His righteousness and holiness. This is justice in manifest form, and He is making it favorable and convenient.

Not only will God’s redeemed and authentic ones recover all, they will receive more than they had previously and even enough to share with friends to help them recover their destinies.

Think David at Ziklag.

1 Samuel 30:26 NIV says, “When David reached Ziklag, he sent some of the plunder to the elders of Judah, who were his friends, saying, ‘Here is a gift for you from the plunder of the LORD’s enemies.'”

Ziklag was land given to the tribe of Judah, the people of praise, and to the tribe of Simeon, the people who heard God.

I believe our Lord has set His beloved up to enter into His promises with praise, having heard from Him for purpose and strategy to recover much and much more.

I believe God is especially enabling His faithful bride to recover all “the spoils of the great victory of Christ, won for us through His death, resurrection and ascension” in manifest form (Is 33:23 TPT study note).

I believe God’s redeemed ones can receive a great fulfillment of His promises to glorify what Jesus did, as in Isaiah 33:23, which says, “…There will be a great plunder, such an abundant treasure divided that even the lame will seize their rich share.”

I believe our Lord is going so far as to position those who dwell with Him and are willing to be instrumental in facilitating miracles and multiplicity, wherever He assigns (Is 33:24).

I believe we are breaking through to a life of victory on a magnitude like we’ve never experienced. It’s what He has been growing us into all along—returning us to His great heritage for us as we have increasingly returned to Him.

I believe we are about to experience a flourishing above past pruning that many have endured. What was once cut back will now come forth as light and life. As gold revealed by grace for resolve.

I believe we will see grief disappear as God fulfills promises, not only for ourselves but for others, who have carried generations of grief from wrongdoing.

I believe where previous generations got it right before it went wrong, God is raising the righteous into the fullness of their righteous heritage.

Remaining strong by keeping eyes on Him is imperative as He redeems it all and establishes His glory even more in the earth.

So, let’s remember the Words of Moses in Exodus 15:2 AMP, which say that “The Lord is my strength and my song, And He has become my salvation; This is my God, and I will praise Him; My father’s God, and I will exalt Him.”

Let us pray…

Dear Lord,

Thank You for Your salvation on the earth—spirit, soul and body. Thank You for Your strategies to recover destinies. Thank You for helping Your persevering ones to move into position to prosper and flow out of their prosperity like water to a dry land in new and miraculous ways (Is 35:5-6). Thank You for enabling us to enter in ready and equipped. Thank You for moving us into roles to showcase You in a grander way.

Thank You for fulfilling promises, bringing manifest redemption and positioning us for the next mega shift, even beyond the ones You are moving us into right now.

Thank You that we can expect to see the heritage of Your redeemed ones come to life again as You enable us to minister to them. Thank You for Your everlasting expressions of Your wholeness restored to Your beloved in a way that honors what You sent Your Son to do for us all.

We are grateful and we believe You to bring it to pass.

In Jesus’ Mighty Name,


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Good News – Part 2

When I was in middle school I ran track. Thankfully, I had an amazing coach, who taught me proper techniques for running races. Although I wasn’t the fastest girl on the team, those were invaluable lessons I carried into adulthood and apply even now to life in general.

A few of my favorites are:

1. Don’t be distracted by opponents.

2. Stay in your lane.

3. Keep your head and eyes straight forward.

4. Beat your own best time.

As I mentioned, I wasn’t the fastest girl. But I figured out, early on, there was a race I could be a part of winning. It was my favorite then and still is today: the relay.

Out on the track, there was nothing more exhilarating to me than the anticipation of seeing the runner behind me approach. I could feel my heart race even before my feet. As she got closer, I would sync in step with her, reach for the baton, grab it and take off as if running for my life.

I gave it my all, but it was never enough; because no one can win a relay by themselves. Winning this race requires team effort.

This principle links back to Part 1 of this series, where God asks Moses, “What is that in your hand” (Ex 4:2 NIV)?

“A staff,” Moses replied.

Moses couldn’t part the Red Sea alone. He knew he couldn’t gain victory for himself or others by himself. But with God’s grace-power and authority operating through Moses and his staff, he could do the impossible (Ex 15:6 NIV).

1 Chronicles 29:12 NIV tells us that God is “the ruler of all things. In your hands are strength and power to exalt and give strength to all.”

So, when we receive God’s hand to do what we cannot do alone, He releases His power and authority through us to accomplish His will. We become His hands and feet on earth. We don’t have to fear when we know we are in the palm of His hand.

All through scripture, we find that God establishes His will through our hands and that our lives and times are in God’s hand (1 Sa 24:20, Ps 31:15, Je 26:14).

God is the lifter of our hands, the One who offers us victory over opposition (Mi 5:9, Jo 8:18). He even calls us His “wreath of victory” in Philippians 4:1 AMP. With God, we can move faster than we think and affect many lives.

In early October, our Lord revealed to me that there are those, like Moses, who have not given up but have persisted in “impossible” assignments (races). These persistent ones are about to finish their final segments in victory by God’s Spirit—by His power and authority.

These are people who have been matured over time. Ones who have been strengthened to run with God in abundance (Ph 4:13, Ps 67:6 AMP).

God is unveiling His beauty that He restored in them deeply. They are emerging fluidly into their time to beacon, as God showcases His glory through these deliverers (Ac 13:47).

When God highlights them, we will come to know them in a new way, on a new level and in new areas. Many of them are close to us—those we think we have known for a long time but actually only knew on the surface.

Are you one of these deliverers? What has God empowered you to do?

Philippians 1:6 ESV says, “And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.”

God is able and He has made you able, because you have synced with Him in the race. He is behind you, in front of you and alongside you cheering you on.

God has placed His baton of victory in your hand to finish a final segment of a race (assignment). Know that, when this race is over, there will be another one up ahead, just on the other side of a brief rest.

God offers us a strategy to run in peace and well-being in our daily race in Philippians 4 by reminding us who we are in Him and revealing His proper techniques for running races:

Verse 1 – He calls us His beloved and instructs us to “stand firm” in Him.

Verse 2 – He tells us “to work in harmony” with Him.

Verse 3 – He advises us to help others who work “in the [cause of the] gospel.”

Verse 4 – He says to “Rejoice in the Lord always [delight, take pleasure in Him].”

Verse 5 – He instructs us to let our “gentle spirit [your graciousness, unselfishness, mercy, tolerance, and patience] be known to all people.”

Verse 6 – He invites us to not be anxious or worried and to bring our concerns to Him with thanksgiving.

Verse 7 – He assures us that He will guard our hearts and minds with His peace.

Verse 8 – He commands us to focus on His truth, honor, righteousness, purity, beauty, peace, goodness, excellence and praise worthiness.

On the second day of seeking God to write this devotion, I asked our Lord what else He desired to say. He brought to mind the old gospel pop song, Put Your Hand in the Hand, which I hadn’t heard in years.

As I searched it out, I realized this song was released the same year that I had begun running track in middle school.

Let’s remember these lyrics as we go forward:

Put your hand in the hand of the man

Who stilled the water

Put your hand in the hand of the man

Who calmed the sea

Take a look at yourself

And you can look at others differently

Put your hand in the hand of the man

From Galilee.

The scripture reference Holy Spirit led me to was Isaiah 41:13 AMP, which says, “For I the Lord your God keep hold of your right hand; [I am the Lord], Who says to you, ‘Do not fear, I will help you.'”

He also reminded me of 2 Timothy 4:7 TPT, which says, “I have fought an excellent fight. I have finished my full course with all my might and I’ve kept my heart full of faith.”

So, friends, God’s good news is that He is about to show us greater victories than we’ve ever known as we decide to trust Him enough to run with our hand in His and finish our races (assignments) strong.

To Him be the glory.

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