Our thoughts shape our life in health, in relationships—even in ourselves. Negativity is another form of death, and toxic thinking and people will get in the way of our ability to effectively walk out our salvation in the Spirit of God. We need to reset negative attitudes with the life of Jesus. ♥
I see the Glory of the Lord over me. I declare the glory of the Lord over me. The ancient perfumery is descending on the land. My Love is coming from the ancient perfumery. I am about to release the greatest flood of my Love. It will come in like a warm , peaceful Love. It will have the quality that only I can bring. I will bring my Love in such a way that I will overwhelm the coldest of hearts. I will bring an overturning Love to change the world. I will bring the perfumery of the Ancient One to rest on the earth. I will cover the earth with an unmistakeable smell of my perfume, My Love. I have many whose hearts have been prepared to carry My Love. It will be an everlasting Love to heal the Land. It will be an everlasting Love to permeate all living things to restore the fallen world. My Love will rock the faulty foundations. It welcome as an earthquake to rightfully take back what needs to be restored. My Love will overtake ALL the darkness. All will know My Love conquers ALL. It will not be a mistake that my Love will be well known. My Love will be FAMOUS. He delivers because He LOVES. He conquers because He Loves. My Love is coming as an Ancient Perfumery. My perfumery is invading the earth.
We are now in the season of Reigning and we carry the Father’s love in our hearts. The vibrant life we carry is to be poured out. It comes to give life to all of God’s children.
Our heavenly Father, our Daddy our Abba, has an endless supply of love because he is love. We have lived long enough in the wilderness desert and it has now become the time of overflowing and abundance in our lives.
We are committing a grave injustice if we choose not receive his never ending love or neglect to give out our love, to our family and others. We need to shout it from the rooftops just how much he loves us! We need to show off the love he gives. Withholding the love is a serious state of affairs.
Love gives…………. His love for us produces fruit in our lives and we carry the perfume of his love. It carries through the atmosphere and attracts people. The people he needs us to speak to and show love to. We keep our love on by staying in his presence and engaging in our relationship with him.
Love never dulls or ages. Love is fresh and bright and new. Each day when we wake there is a fresh revelation of his love waiting for us to receive. His love is unstoppable, refreshing, gives us courage, wisdom, insight, comfort, companionship with him, excitement (God is never boring), direction and intimacy that we long for.
His rivers and oceans of love wash the ways of the world off of us and teach us how to have relationship with him and give out the love he has put in us. We will learn that life rules and death does not rule. We are seated in the heavenly realm with Jesus. We are learning the way of the Kingdom of Heaven.
In this season, God is showing up by subverting the hand of the enemy against God’s people. He already is uncovering the evil darkness the enemy has tried to use to stop us. He is engaging us in end time strategies to rule and reign with him. His love reigns.
We are walking into this season with our love tried, tested and fired. It is so we can participate in the greatest harvest ever. Put your love on and keep your love hot and firery! We are His Love Brands! Branded with fiery love. The nations will know that God has sent you. Your neighbor, friend and fellow believer will know you are branded with his love in Full Bloom! You will carry his scent, his perfume. You will be unmistakably known as His! You are His Bride, that He is ready to reveal!
John 15:9-10, 12-13, 17, 19 ESV 9 As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Abide in my love. 10 If you keep my commandments, you will abide in my love, just as I have kept my Father’s commandments and abide in his love. … 12 “This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. 13 Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends. … 17 These things I command you, so that you will love one another. … 19 If you were of the world, the world would love you as its own; but because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you. John 17:26 ESV 26 I made known to them your name, and I will continue to make it known, that the love with which you have loved me may be in them, and I in them.”
Everyone has a Purpose whether they believe it or not. We need to know our purpose in order fully walk in who we are in Christ Jesus. Finding our purpose is hardwired into our DNA—some people ignore the unction to seek out their call and some are filled with an insatiable drive ask the question, “Who am I?”
However, it’s not enough to know our identity, we need to understand our identity in Christ. To know who we are in Him expands our awareness, and our ability to love, from ourselves to others and back.
Remember, Jesus said this:
Matthew 22:36-40 | “Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest?” Jesus answered him, “‘Love the Lord your God with every passion of your heart, with all the energy of your being, and with every thought that is within you.’ This is the great and supreme commandment. And the second is like it in importance: ‘You must love your friend in the same way you love yourself.’ Contained within these commandments to love you will find all the meaning of the Law and the Prophets.”
To know ourselves means we can know God and others. Then, we can love more deeply, purely, godly and holy. This is our all-encompassing purpose.
Made in His Image
Our identity began in Genesis when God made us in His image. We must know God—His character, His commandments, His names, His love for us, Jesus, and Holy Spirit—in order to know ourselves (If you need help understanding who you are, study the Scriptures by searching the internet for “Who am I in Christ Jesus.” There is a lot of help there.).
God has hundreds of names in the Bible (Another topic of study on Identity.). We are to reflect those names in our character, values and daily life. This is part of His plan for us, this is how He designed us.
Romans 8:28 | “So we are convinced that every detail of our lives is continually woven together to fit into God’s perfect plan of bringing good into our lives, for we are his lovers who have been called to fulfill his designed purpose.”
Trust in God
God does have a plan for our lives and when we discover that plan, we begin to carry unspeakable joy, peace and happiness. Struggle and drama either fall away or we begin to look at it from the eyes of Jesus. When we see our struggles as blessings our lives are enriched in ways we never fathomed. The pain and suffering become vehicles of joy and gladness.
1 Peter 4:13 | “Instead, continue to rejoice, for you, in a measure, have shared in the sufferings of the Anointed One so that you can share in the revelation of his glory and celebrate with even greater gladness!”
We are to consider ourselves special and worthy of God’s love and plan as we suffer. This is one of the harder realities for people to accept. The truth is our suffering has meaning beyond what we can understand in the Kingdom of God. This is where we must trust God and have faith that what we are suffering for is going to be used for good and that we are fulfilling God’s purpose.
Psalm 92:5 | “… Depths of purpose and layers of meaning saturate everything you do.”
We have our overall calling to love God and others and we are each given a unique purpose. This unique purpose is hardwired into who we are. The people seeking and asking who they are and what their purpose is will find it. Our purpose is already written, and we are already fulfilling it spiritually in heaven.
Matthew 6:10 | “Manifest your kingdom realm, and cause your every purpose to be fulfilled on earth, just as it is fulfilled in heaven.”
Do Everything in Obedience
We often run amok. We have ministry ideas that are wonderful and helpful in serving and loving others, but we are often not fulfilling our unique call. This is where frustration and unfulfillment comes from as we serve. We end up opening defiled doors and we walk in rebellion and disobedience to who we were designed to be.
We can just look at our fingerprints. We are all different and we all have been made to do something special for God’s Kingdom. And when we engage in that special purpose, we will be successful in walking out our salvation narrative.
Proverbs 19:21 | “A person may have many ideas concerning God’s plan for his life, but only the designs of his purpose will succeed in the end.”
The great thing about finding and walking in our purpose is that God becomes our boss. He is the most caring and understanding leader and mentor we could ever ask for.
Proverbs 4:25-26 Watch Where You’re Going | “Set your gaze on the path before you. With fixed purpose, looking straight ahead, ignore life’s distractions. Watch where you’re going! Stick to the path of truth, and the road will be safe and smooth before you.” ♥
Excerpt from the Foundations of LoveOnline Course by Hardwired for Worship School of the He.Arts.
Made in God’s Image
We are all creative whether we believe it or not. We are made in God’s image as creative beings capable of engaging in the phenomenon of making something new and valuable. We are creative at our jobs whether we are mechanics, waiters, painters, or physicians. We can develop new solutions to old problems, if we are willing to apply ourselves to the Creative Process.
When we want to create any change or solve any problem in our life and our relationships, we can use the Creative Process to do it. We can seek to better understand the problem and work through it with a simple step-by-step formula to find solutions. Change is within reach and we are hardwired to learn and grow in Christ Jesus.
We can take the Creative Process further when we work through it with others, such as family. They say that two heads are better than one, and five are better than that and we agree. Teamwork in the right environment is a powerful tool to amplify our creativity. Our solutions will have more depth for more solid foundations. This is how the Kingdom of God and the Body of Christ is designed to work.
The basic Creative Process includes:
Exploration and Analysis
Ideation and Brainstorming
Designing and Planning
Developing and Producing
Evaluating the Solution for Improvement
Note: Each step of the process is enriched by using imagination and play.
We are hardwired to use our sanctified and righteous imagination to create effective solutions.
The imagination is a powerful, lifegiving tool given to humans to go higher and farther than we ever knew possible. We can launch ourselves into far away galaxies, sail through the stars, dive the oceans’ depths, and fly through forests unknown. And, when we use our imagination, we can feel like we are playing like children in God’s immeasurable Kingdom.
We are called to be like children in Scripture and we are designed to play. We are healed by the laughter and we are lifted by the joy. We are hardwired to play and do so with healthy competition and the fulfillment of community as we engage with others. Play activates our imagination and God’s Creative Spirit to pour out everything we need to address the challenges of our day. ♥