“This is the covenant that I will make with them after those days, says the Lord: I will put My laws into their hearts, and in their minds, I will write them,” – Hebrews 10:16

Understanding covenant is foundational to your walk with King Jesus. God’s commitment is so powerful, He even writes it on your heart. Trust Him in yourself. He will guide and keep you.

Declaration: My inner self is being renewed day by day. I have the mind of Christ and my actions reflect the heart of God.

Missing the Bus

This is a very dangerous day you and I live in. Here’s what I’m going to tell you: It’s not gonna get easier. And if you’re like, “Whoa, whoa, whoa. Stop, stop, stop. That’s all I need to hear. That’s enough doom and gloom,” I have this to say: No, that’s reality. Pull up your big boy and big girl pants and declare victory in the day you’re living in.

Friends, you did not sign up for easier. You’re signed up for victorious. You’re signed up for better. You signed up for King Jesus and it’s not easy.

Jesus talks about when he comes back, it’ll be like it was in the days of Noah–everyone consumed in their own day-to-day, planning their own selfish agendas not understanding the significance of the day they were being trusted with. As a result, they perished. They were too distracted by a clock that wasn’t the Kingdom’s.

You and I are living in that day right now. As it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be at the return of the Son of Man. This is that day. The effectiveness of your watch and knowing what time you live in is such a big deal. Even if you miss the bus by one minute, sadly, you still missed the bus. You have to be at the right place at the right time and then boom, the Spirit of the Lord shows up.  

‘When the proper time had come (for executing my judgments) I will judge uprightly,’ says the Lord.” – Psalm 75: 2 (Amplified)

There’s a time where God says, “Okay, here’s the deal. I’m now going to bring my righteous judgment into a situation. I sent prophetic warnings, signs, my prophetic people, and forerunners. I wanted so badly to rescue you, but you would not stop what you were doing to see and listen. Now, you missed your day of visitation.”

What if you had an ear to hear and weren’t all about your own selfish agenda? What if you repented and got with the program? It’s not too late. Read the Word. Look for the signs in the headlines and heavens. Listen to the warnings. The day is near and you don’t want to miss the bus!