Some thoughts On the Prophetic Part 2

Here are some more thoughts I extrapolated through meditation from Sunday morning’s sermon at Cornerstone Church in Winchendon MA. To see the whole service you can click  HERE TO GO TO OUR NEW FAMILY BLOG.

Accuracy in the prophetic requires us to love like Jesus loved.



Accuracy in the prophetic requires that we not be ashamed of our faith.


Accuracy in the prophetic requires that we stop insisting on comfort. We have to give up our carnal ways and pleasures. We have to be willing to be inconvenienced.


Some Thoughts On the Prophetic

God has been speaking to our church about how He desires to move in the prophetic among us. Sunday morning our lead Pastor, Dan Lewiston, preached a message called “Bungee Chord Faith.” During that message God began to speak to me about some things which He is calling our congregation to in order for Him to move prophetically amongst us.

Here are some of the things I understood from the sermon.

Accuracy in the prophetic requires stillness.

Accuracy in the prophetic requires absolute slavery to Christ, which is a complete renunciation of our rights.

In the church authority and slavery go hand in hand. That is the nature and definition of meekness.

There is more, but I will share it in an upcoming post. If you want to hear the whole sermon f Bungee Chord Faith you can jump over to OUR FAMILY BLOG HERE.

A Word About Artistry 4-27-19

This “word” came to me in my prayer time the other day. As this is art show weekend at Cornerstone. I thought it was a fitting word to share

True artistry is living out of the authentic self by demonstration. That is not the authentic self we have created in response to the world. Artistry is the expression of the deepest self, the self that is connected to the Creator and is untouched, uninfluenced by the world.- J. Lillie

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