There is no one like Me. There is also no one like you. Only you can achieve the purpose I created for you. It is My pleasure to give you the Kingdom – power to bring your family to Me for My glory.


When you identify as part of His house, at the end of that prayer, He says, “For Thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever.”

When the Father begins to identify the Kingdom, He doesn’t like to leave the context of family out of that. When you and I begin to identify our family, we should never leave the context of the kingdom outside of our families.

I have four beautiful children and six awesome grandchildren. I have a rockstar wife. Even though I have this family around me, there’s a way God deals with me, and there’s a grace God gives me. But what’s real is my kids are not me. I don’t expect them to be me and it took me a long time to learn that.

I don’t expect them to learn things the way I learn things and I don’t expect them to understand things the way I understand things. Therefore, I am pliable when it comes to my methods of ministry toward my own family. I am flexible in how I express my love for them as a group and as individuals, as well as how I bring Jesus into their lives.

Just like that, Father God is personal with us. He didn’t give you the same gifts and destiny as He gave your brother, your sister, your mother or father. He certainly didn’t give your kids what He gave you, so don’t treat them like your spiritual mini-me.

When they identify as your child and you can see them as individuals separate from your promises, they will have your blessing and power to pursue their destiny. Right? Just like Father God grants us Kingdom dominion (power) and authority, you bestow that on your kids.

So have you bestowed destiny and the power to pursue their calling on your kids? It’s something you can and should do every day. Speak life over them. Speak destiny for theirs is the kingdom and the power, and to bring glory to Jesus forever. That’s eternity.

“For thine is the kingdom and power, and the glory forever and ever. Amen.”                       – Matthew 6:13