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ALL THAT SHE WANTS ...

Updated: Jun 18

We started by reviewing God's desire for His people to become a "Kingdom of Priests" (Exodus). I reminded us that Bishop's heart has been for us to become a Kingdom of Priests and expressed that it had been 10 years since he presented it as a Passover Seder Meal theme the first time; 9 years ago was the second time.


God said, "All that she wants is another baby, she's gone tomorrow, boy, all that she wants is another baby, yeah." Metaphorically, God is saying that all we want is something new, exciting, cherished, and full of potential.



Preceding the message "Preparing for Pentecost" Ps. Aaron asked us, "What is your "ask," and what does your faithfulness afford? We all had an ask!


John 16:24 Until now you have asked nothing in My name. Ask, and you will receive, that your joy may be full. NKJV


What's the gap between "ask" and "receive?" The Journey! When you ask, it's not the thing you get but the journey to get you ready for what you ask. It's the school of maturity. It's the difference between what I want (ask) and when I'm ready for it. We know God said months ago that we had outgrown "that", although we needed to grow into ...... I submit to you there is an "ask" for the House - A Kingdom of Priests and God has taken us on this journey of preparation. Are we there yet? It's been a10 year GAP!


The gap can be difficult, confusing, and frustrating. It is the space where many people mess up because they don't see anything happening and are going to help God. Thus, the warning, "SHE'S GOING TO GET YOU." I would say it this way: "She's out to get you." She is not a "female." She is a seducing spirit, a distraction, a compromise, anything meant to derail you from the "ask."


I know you have your own "ask" and the same principle applies. Remember, you don't get it until you're ready. What do we do during the Gap? We understand that part of the preparation is "faithful in little, ruler over much." We put away childish things, and we ask the question, "What would Father do?" (WWFD)


Thanks for remaining steadfast in this journey! Let's discuss ....

  1. What was your "Ask" and has it changed?

  2. What's out to get you that would/could derail you from becoming a priest?

  3. How are you maturing into your "receive?"

  4. What is one "childish" behavior you have put away?


Thanks for your time!

The Rev.

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Unknown member
Jun 22

What was your "Ask" and has it changed?


One of my main asks was confidence. More confidence in myself and my relationship with God. There has been plenty of opportunities where I had good advice or I felt the need to say something and I didn't. Because I didn't have the confidence of what I was talking about, or if it was the "right" thing to say. 

Since Pastor Aaron's message when he said what is your ask. Confidence in my words was the first thing that came to me. And since that message I have testified about my healing of my hips and how that experience has changed my course and my belief in God out of my OWN…


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Unknown member
Jun 21

Thank you for this word Rev Connie! I had to admit that I was spending most of my time crying through it but it filled in a lot of things I couldn't see.


1 My ask us to fully be able to see the harvest. And to be a peace with what God has coming down the road. My ask Is to see my fruit of children and youth be not only harvested but be at its best. My ask has not changed since then!


2 The mindset of this is not going to make you fulfilled. I thought I have you're going to need more than what God has for you to make you happy. But after Joy being…


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Jun 21
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Thanks for your post Stephanie! I am with you in the "receive" of the harvest for children! God bring more children! She is ready!


Patience is a fruit of the spirit that requires time to grow for sure. I think we all feel that at times.


Yes, focus on His business!!!!! It causes everything else to fall into place at the right time! Love you girl! So proud of who you are and what you do for my Father's business. Great reward is coming! It is the gap time that is closing! ;)

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Jun 20
  1. What was your "Ask" and has it changed? My ask was to see the new harvest fields (the places that I am meant to be in but haven’t tapped yet), and to see the sheep. My ask has not changed though my perspective of what is a new harvest field has-realizing that even in the idea of not limiting I had still limited what a “new harvest field” could be/look like.

  2. What's out to get you that would/could derail you from becoming a priest? Time/attention stealers-there are things that I actually need and have to do, but there is a lot of “fat” that can be trimmed. Some days time works for me, but still there are many times where…


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Jun 21
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Thanks for your post Amanda! "Trim the Fat!" I love it! You know it!


I understand your comment about "rushing to get to the point." I've been there also. I think I have realized with some people it is not one and done. I have also noticed that the beginning is crucial for the opportunity of ongoing. I don't know if it was Bishop or someone else that had the analogy of the sledge hammer and cement. Every wack was one step closer to the break. Thus, immediate result does not mean failure. Every wack is weakening the enemy's hold. Don't quit! 😊

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Jun 19

What was your "Ask" and has it changed?


My ask since Pastor Aaron’s message has been for connection to people in Sandusky. New connections, new people. Along with that, shortly after, is for fulfillment of prophecy relating to being connected to those. Specifically for me: the word that I would have parables at the ready to be able to speak their language so they can hear and start to understand the Kingdom of God. This ask has not changed since then.


What's out to get you that would/could derail you from becoming a priest?


Lack of stick-to-it-iveness. “Easy” looking paths that could be connection to people, but are not what God is really looking to do. IE: like connecting to…


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Jun 21
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Accolades! Ha! Everyone loves accolades! Here is another perspective. Too much of a good thing will eventually cause it to be non effect. Ex: "I love you, I love you, I love you" Eventually words get familiar, and mixing it up with showing love can give the same message differently. ;) I get what you are saying totally! I don't know if the example depicts it accurately, but I get it.


Did I tell you how impressed I was with your message on the 2nd Passover? 🤣🤣🤣

No seriously!!!!


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Unknown member
Jun 19

1.    What was your "Ask" and has it changed?

I had/have two specific asks during Pentecost:

1.    Bring deliverance and salvation to individuals in the region caught in addiction.

2.    Gather and bring salvation anew to those who walked away from God because of false/powerless/fruitless churches/Christians.

 

I don’t think my ask has changed, but it has been refined. God asked me back during the last 3 days before Pentecost “Why are you being vague? What do you really want to ask me for?” I knew that my asks were just a vague and broad way of asking God that my generation, who has turned to substances, activities, and things, be brought back to salvation and the fear of the Lord…


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Jun 21
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Thanks for your post Melissa!


YES! LEAN into teaching and equipping people in letting the word become life in their life instead of just hoping that it “rubs off”. I love that! Your practice in that is going to close the gap faster than you know! I give you permission to become the leaning tower of Pisa!😉


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