About a month ago, I was watching a YouTube video of Michael Koulianos. About halfway through the video, he entered what I believe is commonly understood as a ‘ministry moment’. He invited the Holy Spirit to move through miracles, signs and wonders, as the worship team began to play. I was deeply moved to enter into the same state of worship. As I began to join in a melody with the song echoing from my speaker, the Holy Spirit quieted the words coming from my mouth. I felt Him say, “turn the music off and sing your own song.” I quickly got up and turned off the volume. Immediately, a song began to rise out of my spirit. My time with the Lord that night was precious. It was insightful. It was vulnerable. But most importantly, It was relinquished.Read More
We’ve been called to cast out darkness. We’ve been commissioned to see the dead rise. We’ve been told to lay hands on the sick so we can watch them recover. But I’ve recently learned we can’t do any of those things simply by knowing - we must be completely convinced.
Our commission to call forth God’s kingdom to Earth, as it is in Heaven is legitimate. It’s weighty. It’s the greatest privilege we have as human beings. But we can’t rely on our knowledge of who God is if we’re going to see His glory revealed in its fullness. We move past failure and into manifestation when we move from knowing and into conviction.Read More