True Miracles Rising – Part 4

I have been hearing Jenn Johnson’s song, Goodness of God, in my head on repeat. God impressed my heart that He is especially blessing His faithful ones with His goodness—a reward that is “pressed down, shaken together, and running over” (Lk 6:38).

Then He showed me a close-up vision of a woman effortlessly rafting down a river. The expression on her face revealed her heart of exuberance. Our Lord impressed my heart with “You haven’t seen anything yet. Get ready for miracles to surge and carry you along My joy ride of blessings, as I continue to enable you to move into place with them.”

This is a manifest journey of Romans 15:13 TPT, which says, “Now may God, the fountain of hope, fill you to overflowing with uncontainable joy and perfect peace as you trust in him. And may the power of the Holy Spirit continually surround your life with his super-abundance until you radiate with hope!”

So, from small to big, it’s time for our favorite things to come into place as God converges His new order. All those wondrous signs and revelations we’ve seen for years are beginning to take place right now, one after the other, continuing to flow into immediate increase of major shifts forward.

Where the enemy tried to encroach little-by-little to bind us and cause us to feel stuck, know that God has been working little-by-little over the years to bring us higher and deeper with Him. Little-by-little may have felt like it wasn’t happening fast enough for us, but it was God’s way to bring change around us, while He worked deep transformation in us so that we wouldn’t feel too overwhelmed as He grew us in His sustaining grace during times of weakness.

It was God’s way to develop endurance in us—His faithful patience—for grand destinies that we are now moving more rapidly into. The enemy’s little foxes could not stand long-term in the face of God’s collective, overcoming and now rapidly overpowering grace in his face. We need only to see with renewed eyes and move according to His loving truth.

It’s time for our minds to catch up with the cumulative results of what God has done over the years. It’s time for us to move into the wholeness as He now brings the increments together into fluidity. Momentum is picking up as God’s confluent river powers forth through our lives, taking us with it. God has grown us in His love to move more in sync with Him in this newness and not feel swept away by it.

However, the enemy will be swept away, because there continues to be a rapid, residual purging and cleansing, and a final overtaking in many areas that will occur as this new-level order gains power and velocity to move past incremental into the fullness of God’s beautiful blessings. To the enemy, it will feel like a flood. The fear he tried to put on us will be returned to him in greater measure.

This brings me to another element of God’s miracles, which involves speaking His straightforward, powerful “truth so others can live in God’s reality rather than personal illusion” (Strong’s #226, HELPS Word-studies, Nu 14:22 KJV). Because only God’s faithful ones make it into the Promised Land.

Are you ready for rapids? What’s before us won’t be hard to navigate. It’s a joy ride for God’s lovers as we continue to trust Him and let Him carry us in His power deeper into our destinies. All the pain from those increments of patient growth from years past will be no more as God’s new river delivers us into the fullness of His finest abundance.

You may have notice of late that you’re not satisfied with what you’ve found previously. Former things do not suit you anymore, because you’re no longer settling for less than what you know God has for you now. But as you’ve sought God and searched for better, God has led you to find your favorite things—things that you have longed for in your soul for years but didn’t know when they would be accessible.

God is revealing that now is the time those things are beginning to be made accessible and come into place for a new establishment of His glory in your life. It’s in front of your eyes, and it’s better than you thought! More beautiful. Totally doable. Even affordable. Realistic. There is a Holy ease attached to these shifts. They fit within your dream, your vision, even your budget! He is showing you new ways to achieve it—ways you didn’t think of yourself. Ways that involve His grace-power.

God has prospered us to be a blessing. He is setting us up to pour out from this river of destiny to bring beauty to others’ lives. He has delivered us from such a measure of self-reliance into God-dependence, -trust and even -enjoyment that He can now flow through our lives in greater ways and measures.

Now we realize even more that all we had to do was trust God in the growth as He extended invitations to us. In all this miraculous flow, He has honored us. He has delivered us. And He’s not finished. The best is yet to come. Even though we may feel awed right now for what He’s doing, it will get even better. So, hold on and enjoy the ride (Ro 15:13).

Dear Lord,

Thank You for making us fearless with You. We could never forget all Your miracles, as we remember all your wonders of old (Ps 77:11). Give us Your eyes to see what’s happening in our lives. Give us deeper, higher, and more expansive vision. Help us in the micro and macro to work with You to see it come to pass. Refresh us! “In your glory and grandeur go forth in victory! Through your faithfulness and meekness, the cause of truth and justice will stand. Awe-inspiring miracles are accomplished by your power, leaving everyone dazed and astonished” (Ps 45:4 TPT)!

We declare it and call it forth in our lives.

In Jesus’ Mighty Name.


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Redeeming Your Time – Part 2

The best way to reconcile issues of the soul, unfinished business or any other outstanding matter is by the living, redeeming work of the cross. 

Colossians 1:17 TPT says that “He existed before anything was made, and now everything finds completion in him.”

The AMPC version reveals that God is our supreme binder, saying, “…He Himself existed before all things, and in Him all things consist (cohere, are held together). [Prov. 8:22-31.]”

So, we must do as Hebrews 4:16 AMPC says, which is to “find grace…to help in good time for every need [appropriate help and well-timed help, coming just when we need it].”

We can hold on to the Spirit of Grace and release matters to Him to bring complete wholeness, which honors Him (Ps 55:22 TPT, Phil 1:6). By God’s authority, we can also bind the enemy that tries to keep us spinning in un-resolve so that life doesn’t continue on without us (Lk 10:19).

The revelation God gave me on this is that His grace not only works outwardly as explosive power but also works inwardly as an implosion, where internal fragments are made whole or redeemed. 

Just as in the military command to “fall in,” this means that we must break away from a former or present place and meet with God to come into a new alignment under His authority for transformation. In this way, He will bind our matters into a glorious new whole to demonstrate His goodness (Ps 18:25).

So, as we trust our Kinsman-Redeemer, we can give Him all of our fragments, and ask Him to resolve them to His liking, and then grow them exponentially (multiplicity) for His glory (Jn 6:11, Lk 6:38, Is 43:1). We can ask Him to awaken our minds and hearts to see and know Him more in this way—as our God who redeems our lives on earth as it is in Heaven. 

Because redemption doesn’t stop at the altar of salvation (Ps 50:23 TPT).

Redemption continues to work on our behalf as we walk out our salvation, submitting our limitations to God and trusting Him with transformation and multiplicity.

Sometimes, it may look and feel worse before we see better. But God, in His faithfulness, will get us to the place of fewer hindrances and more shalom peace and abundant true (zoe, Strong’s #2222) life than we’ve ever known.

God is in the redemptive work with us, so we can “fearlessly and confidently and boldly draw near to the throne of grace” (He 4:16). Know there will come a time, when we will begin to see the outward work of His redemption. 

We will see the promised fruit. 

Just as God is the perfect binder, He is also the perfect sower, who multiplies good fruit in our lives forward. Luke 8:15 NIV says, “But the seed on good soil stands for those with a noble and good heart, who hear the word, retain it, and by persevering produce a crop.”

Multiplicity is a part of God’s redemptive work as explosive growth. Multiplicity is a time-saver. 

Job’s life is a noble example of abiding-ascension and multiplicity, where God restored him double for his losses. 

And God will do the same for us. 

We see God do double miracles of brokenness to abundance for the multitudes in John 6:11 NLT, which says, “Then Jesus took the loaves, gave thanks to God, and distributed them to the people. Afterward he did the same with the fish. And they all ate as much as they wanted.”

When I read this scripture, during this writing, Holy Spirit highlighted the Word “distributed” to me.

I believe He revealed it’s time for those of us who have followed Him in the deep implosive work of our souls to now explode on the scene into the distribution phase. In other words, it’s time to get the message out, to share the blessing or the feast of manifest miracles God has done in us with the world around us in whatever form He as ordained.

As we obey, God will use the life-work He did in us to extend life to others as He expands our reach outwardly by His explosive grace-power.

As Redeemer, He will do the impossible on our behalf.

As we go about this new phase of distribution with our Lord, as redeemed vessels with a message of redemption for others, a critical element to practice is the acknowledgment of Him “as our Provider of all we need each day,” as is written in Matthew 6:11 TPT. Abiding in Him is everything, as it was for Job. 

So, our righteous prayer today is…

Dear Lord,

Thank You for Your victory-redemption. Where I have felt defeated in the past, help me live in Your miraculous abundance as I abide in You and obey You. “Let my passion for life be restored, tasting joy in every breakthrough you bring to me. Hold me close to you with a willing spirit that obeys whatever you say” (Ps 51:12 TPT). Thank You, Lord, for making my path increasingly bright as I continue to come into greater life-union with Your righteousness (Pr 4:18, Ps 23:3).

In Jesus’ Mighty Name. 

And now, I declare over you that “…God himself, the heavenly Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, release grace over you and impart total well-being into your lives” daily (Ep 1:2 TPT).


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