I love a good superhero story. Who doesn’t? I think we all have those times when we wish we could just call on our superpowers and save the world!
Well, a few months ago I had a dream of Wonder Woman dressed as a bride, but she was still wearing her Wonder Woman outfit underneath the wedding dress. And I heard the Lord say, “I love and cherish you, my bride, and I intend to see to it that you arise as my fearless one!”
The Father is releasing his fearless Spirit today to conquer every foe within and without! He is doing great and marvelous things! Whatever intimidated you in the last season of your life will not intimidate you any longer. For God has given you the Holy Spirit, and he lives within you! One of the descriptions of the Holy Spirit in Isaiah 11:2 is “the Spirit of Mighty Power,” which can literally be translated “the Spirit of a Mighty Warrior.” That word is used to describe a proven warrior. It’s the same one used to describe the Lord in Psalm 24:8:
“Who is this Glory-King?”Psalm 24:8-9 TPT
The Lord, armed and ready for battle,
the Mighty One, invincible in every way!
So wake up, you living gateways, and rejoice!”
Time for an awakening! Not only do you have the Holy Spirit and his power living within, but you also have the Godhead bodily living within you every day. Wow! Think about it!
“And our own completeness is now found in him. We are completely filled with God as Christ’s fullness overflows within us. He is the Head of every kingdom and authority in the universe!”Col. 2:10 TPT
The Lord told me that we have entered into a time in history where the opportunities are great and even bigger than we ourselves are able to comprehend. And when we have eyes to see them and ears to hear of them, then we can enter in. The only things that would hold us back from our God opportunities awaiting us are fear and a feeling of limitation. But thank you, Lord—you have moved the false finish line, and the possibilities are endless! For you are the God of unlimited possibilities! And why then should we worry?
“The Lord is my revelation-light to guide me along the way; he’s the source of my salvation to defend me every day. I fear no one! I’ll never turn back and run from you, Lord; surround and protect me.”Ps. 27:1 TPT
I also had another amazing dream. It was like I was on the set of a Mission Impossible movie, only this was called Mission Possible. I was scaling buildings, jumping over and rolling under cars, and leaping from rooftop to rooftop. And the Lord said, “This is your mission if you choose to accept it!”
And this is our mission: We are called to arise like a phoenix by the power of the blood and the revelation of Christ, to be the church that God has called us to be. To be a beacon, a light to the nations, a witness to our communities and everyone around us—his fearless ones!
I can tell you that as we minister from church to church, we’ve been hearing some of the most radical, creative, and mind-blowing plans that we have ever heard. Christians in the marketplace and all the mountains of society are hearing the Father and following. The fearless ones are arising. It’s happening!
The Lord is saying in this hour, “My people are being released; they’re my shining ones, for they radiate with my glory! I have prepared them to astound the world with signs, wonders, and miracles! For I am loosing my own brand of superheroes on the earth. Some may appear ordinary on the outside, but I have set my love, my favor, and my glory on them. Just you watch my godly lovers as they move out of their hiding places. Like Gideon, they are emerging with a new courage, a new boldness, and a new fearlessness. For I have been preparing my church for such an hour as this. And they will rise to the tops of the mountains of society, and they will overshadow the earth, eclipsing anything the world has ever seen before!”
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