Leaving them behind!πŸ’―βœŒπŸΎ ( Prophetic Word: Graciously entering into the land of Galilee)

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Glory to Jesus Christ. Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. Hello brothers. Hello, sisters in Christ. I hope that you all are well in the Lord, so good to see you guys.

I just wanted to release a very exciting word to the body of Christ.

A video or so back I released the word on behalf of God, where the Lord was letting us know that many of us were going into a period of wilderness. Many of us were going into a period of temptation. Many of us were going into a period where we were gonna have to be refined, our skills were gonna have to be tested. And we referred to the book of Matthew chapter four versus one through 17. We talked about Jesus being in the wilderness for 40 days, right? And during that time that he was in the wilderness, the enemy tempted him three times. He tried to get Jesus to bow down to him. He tried to get Jesus to turn a rock into bread. He tried to get Jesus to forfeit his destiny while he was in the wilderness fasting.

He was hungry. He was tired. He was weary, but Jesus conquered that and as a result, he was released from the wilderness and he began his ministry, he began to face the purpose that God, the father in heaven had purposed for him in the earth. And God told us that there were many of us that were gonna go into that period. But now God is saying that some of you are getting ready to come out. It’s time for you to come out of the wilderness. God is saying that “bye-bye” is going to be your salutation. God says, get ready to tell your job, “bye-bye”. Get ready to tell that church “bye-bye”. Get ready to tell that place where you used to stay “bye-bye”. Get ready to tell that supervisor “bye-bye”. God is saying that your new assignment that he has graced you for is waiting for you. God had me revisit the book of Matthew today, guys. Now in the previous video, we touched upon verses one through 17 and I believe that was it. God had me go back and revisit those scriptures in addition to reading through the end of the book of Matthew chapter four.

And one of the things that stood out to me is that while Jesus came out of the wilderness, he began his ministry of preaching. If you notice Jesus did not stay in Nazareth, he moved away from Nazareth. Why? Because the people in his own hometown of Nazareth rejected him. They did not want to hear what he had to say. They pushed the gospel of Jesus Christ away. They did not want to hear what they needed to do to repent, to be saved. And so Jesus said, okay, well, I’m gonna pack my bags. God let Jesus out of Nazzareth and he sent him to a place called Galilee and there was a small town called Capernaum. Jesus went to Capernaum because that was the place where, although it was dark, they anticipated his arrival. They were hungry for him. They would welcome the gospel of Jesus Christ. And that is what God is saying. It’s time for you to come out of the wilderness child of God. It’s time for you to come out of that old church that won’t give you the opportunity, that won’t let you operate in your gift, that does not want to hear the message that God has given you to speak, preach or prophesy. God says, get ready to come out of that job where that supervisor, although they’re asking you to do all of these things as if you are a supervisor, they don’t want to acknowledge your presence. They don’t want to acknowledge your talents and your gifts.

God says, get ready to say, bye-bye to those friends who gossip about you, who mock you behind your back. God says, get ready to say, bye-bye to the previous organization who will not use you for important missions, who will not use you for assignments that are passionate on your heart for assignments that God says that you can do. God says, get ready to say, bye-bye to your wilderness. God says, he’s getting ready to take you out of Nazareth where they don’t want to hear you, where they reject you. And he’s getting ready to send you into Capernaum. He’s getting ready to send you to the land of Galilee, where the people are hungry, where the people are waiting for you, where the people are going to welcome your message, where the people are going to be hungry for what you have to give. They are going to be appreciative of what you have to give.

God says, get ready to say, bye-bye, hallelujah, to the place that rejects you, to the place that doesn’t recognize you, to the place that doesn’t want you there, to the place that mocks you, to the place that lies on you, to the place that is jealous of you, to the place that is envious of you, to the place that does not want you in their presence. Dust off your feet. You’re getting ready to go into your assignment, where you are going to be welcomed. Do you hear what I’m saying? So get ready, get ready, get ready. And God is saying, don’t second guess this move. Because some of you are going to have to leave your state. You’re gonna have to leave Nazareth. You’re gonna have to leave your hometown. You’re gonna have to leave your job. You’re gonna have to leave that church. You’re gonna have to leave that circle of friends. You’re gonna have to leave your family to go into your kingdom marriage. You’re gonna have to leave some things behind so that you can pick up your assignment so that you can fulfill the purpose and the plan that God has for your life in Capernaum. And Capernaum is where you’re going to be welcomed, in Capernaum, they are expecting your arrival, in Capernaum, they’re going to appreciate who you are and what you have to bring, hallelujah, to their place.

So that is the word from the Lord on today!

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By: (Shaneika Byars Glover 9/16/2021)

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