How are you? Hope you had or are having a good day, today?
Since I took a Lana Vawser’s course, The Prophetic Voice of God, and took time to talk to and listen to the Father, I often heard Him teach me:
Don’t try to compare you with others.
One night He woke me up after 3am or another night before 2am. And I thought of a Walter Beuttler’s book, The Manifest Presence of God, and his writing that the Lord woke him up almost at 2:30am. When I thought of that, He said, “Don’t try to compare you with him.” And I also asked Him why He would wake me up in the middle of the night, and He said, “I’m with you 24/7, and your ears are open for 24 hours. But for your sake, I wake you up at this hour. For you not to be distracted.” After this, when I got back to sleep, He actually gave me a dream where I could ask Him and hear His answer in the dream. It was as though He repeated me that my ears are open to Him for 24/7.
Another night, He said, “Don’t try to compare you with Lana. The way I would speak to you would be different from that to her. I speak to each and every child of Mine in a different way. To you, I speak the way that you would understand.” He kept saying to me He is a personal God and we shouldn’t box Him in.
Sister Margaret would say during her class that her late husband, Pastor Fred was an owl type. He is the most alert at night hours so that he would stay up till 2am or so, while Sister Margaret got to bed early and got up early in the morning for fellowship with Him. And she said that we shouldn’t judge others for being different from us. Pastor John Fenn said that for some people, the best place to meet the Lord would be while driving, and for others while gardening. Lana Vawser said her best time with the Lord is with coffee, as a coffee lover. (I would like that! For now, I limit my drinking coffee. Yet she reminded me of my time when I read books or write prior to the pandemic in my favorite cafe.) Friend, I would like to encourage you to find your own place to commune with Him or even ask Him where He wants to meet you.
Not only on the place where I would meet Him, He also taught me on how to interpret the numbers He would repeatedly show me. I understand He speaks to us through numbers and the numbers in the Bible have all meaning. This year, I would repeatedly see 10:10 and 7:44. I used to look up a James Goll’s book, Dream Language and sometimes watched Troy Brewer’s video on numbers in YouTube. Yet I didn’t really get what these 10:10 and 7:44 would mean to me. Then, one day, when I looked up a Derek Prince book, “Entering the Presence of God,” I had an Aha moment. I came to see the picture of the tabernacle that shows Outer Court, Holy Place and Holy of Holies with its measure. Then, around Holy of Holies, it showed 10 cubit x 10 cubit of measures. My eyes were wide-open, and I was stunned to understand what 10:10 exactly means to me. He was inviting me to Holy of Holies in this season. For 7:44, I got to look up Luke 7:44, “Then He turned to the woman and said to Simon, “Do you see this woman? I entered your house; you gave Me no water for My feet, but she has washed My feet with her tears and wiped them with the hair of her head.” It reminded me of a Watchman Nee’s book, Normal Christian Life and the last chapter on this woman’s anointing Jesus, our Lord. And He taught me that the numbers He would show me are not always what others say. It can be different Scriptures or it can be different meaning to me such as 10 cubit x 10 cubit of Holy of Holies. So, I must always ask Him what He is trying to say.
On February 2nd, I had a dream where I saw Julie Andrews, the actress of the movie, Sound of Music. It is one of my favorite movies as a child. At that time, my focus was on the seven children. Then, last winter, I watched that movie again together with mom at home. It has been ages since I watched it last time. Then, at the first scene when Maria (Julie Andrews) sang a song in a green field, losing herself in the nature, I thought to myself, “She is like me! I never realized that.” I would even think that if she would test MBTI, her character type would be the same as mine. We both like nature, music, children and God! Then, in the dream, as observer, I was watching Julie Andrews praying for others, kneeling down on the floor. I wouldn’t share details from the dream, but when I awoke, I got to understand He was speaking to me, using the character Maria in Sound of Music, to answer my prayer and show something in the future. I felt Him fun. He has a sense of humor, and He knows in what way I would understand Him speaking to me.
And many times, He would teach me through the books I read, including Bible and the classes/teachings I would attend or listen to. It is not what He would do to some people, showing Himself in person, or saying, “Thus says the Lord,” On January 19th, He said to me in my midnight prayer, “I have something to teach you during Margaret’s class later today. You can grab a lunch, before class starts.” The reason being He said, “Grab your lunch,” was that I usually cook lunch in the middle of her class. The first half hour I would sit down in front of my iPad, but for the last half hour, I would cook lunch, and I wouldn’t be focused on the class. Obedient, I went out to grab sushi rolls for mom and myself, before the class started at 10am my time. Then, to my surprise, I received two emoticons from Sister Margaret just before the class. There was no word, but a cutie bear emoticon with a heart and a logo, “Praise the Lord.” That was all. And they were actually sent the other night, but somehow the notification was received only a few minutes before the class started! I felt He was emphasizing “Pay attention to her class!” I was very attentive to know what’s the message He wants me to hear. Then, I heard her share a testimony and some words that were not really relevant to the class subject that day. She literally said, “I don’t know why the Lord gave me these words to share now.” Yet I said to myself, “That’s it!” And I watched the time, and it was 11:01am. Had He not told me that, I would have started cooking already, washing and chopping stuffs, and missed the lesson. He knows everything, and He also sees whether I would obey, in addition to teaching me through her class.
I’d like to encourage us to understand He is a personal God, and His ways are creative. We shouldn’t box Him in. He made us in His unique way and you and I were wonderfully and fearfully made. We are tailor-made. Expect His personal way to you. Find your own place to commune with Him.
Have a bliss!
O God, You are my God;
On January 13th this year, I said to the Father, “Father, I want to hear Your heartbeat.” He said, “I will let you hear. Keep on asking.” Then, He went on to say, “You (plural) make My heart pound.” I asked Him to let me know the Scripture of it, and I felt I must search for it. So, when I searched it in my mobile phone, to my amazement, I found out Song of Solomon 4:9:
You have made my heart beat faster, my sister, my bride;
You have made my heart beat faster with a single glance of your eyes,
With a single strand of your necklace.
Later in the morning, in my pink notebook, I even drew a heart and jotted down the sound of heart pounding with John 13:23:
“Now there was leaning on Jesus’ bosom one of His disciples, whom Jesus loved.”
Then in January 17th evening, I tried to go to bed early after praying a little while, in order to get up in the middle of the night, to talk to and listen to the Father. Then, I began to hear the noise from mom’s bedroom. She actually went to bed earlier, but somehow she woke up. And she kept flicking three switches on and off in her bedroom. She has been sleeping well, since she slept alone in her room. But it was the first time that she kept switching on and off. In fact, she didn’t even want to turn on the light in her room, as it was too bright to her eyes. So, she used to turn on a very dim light only. The noise from her switching on and off was so loud that it began to irritate me. And she did that almost every other minute. I knew it was the enemy, not she that wanted to irritate me and interrupt my sleep and prayer. So I tried to be kind to her and said to her, “Mom, please don’t keep flicking them on and off. They might be broken.” And I noticed her countenance was not her usual cutie face. I went back to my bedroom, and saw text messages from my niece. We chatted for a while through texts, and I asked her to pray, sharing what happened to mom now and saying spiritual warfare is real. I said to her something like we are more than victorious and quoted the verse, “It’s finished,” as Jesus died and rose again. After we finished chatting, I proclaimed Psalms 23 and prayed and sang in tongues on my bed. My mom was still switching on and off in her room every other minute, and the noise was still loud. While praying in tongues, He made me realize I only focused on rebuking the enemy and standing against it, but I was not compassionate to my mom. I wasn’t even able to see her tortured by the enemy in the middle of her sleep. Not being able to go back to sleep, she kept getting up from her bed and flicking the switches on and off every other minute. She lost her sleep, tortured by the enemy. Yet I only thought of my precious time with the Lord in the middle of the night, and thought of spiritual warfare, rebuking the enemy. He made me pick up my Bible and read 1 Corinthians 13:1~2:
Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I have become sounding brass or a clanging cymbal. And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing.
I realized that even if I would receive marvelous revelation from the Father in the middle of the night and would have a great moment of God, I am nothing. Indeed, I am nothing without love. I burst out crying. I repented, saying I had no love nor compassion and I am nothing. And I prayed to Him, “Father, would You please give mom a good sleep and she won’t be tortured by the enemy?” Only then did she stop flicking the switches, and go back to sleep till next morning. No noise but silent night. And I heard Him saying, “You wanted to hear My heartbeat, didn’t you? You just heard it!”
Aww, how grateful I was to the Father. I would never forget that moment for the rest of my life. He made me feel compassionate to the captive like my mom and my sister. And this shouldn’t be one and done. We must abide in Him and keep on listening to His heartbeat. He reminded me of an eagle’s talk to Rick Joyner in his book, The Final Quest:
“We all grieve for our brothers in bondage, but we grieve even more for the heart of our King. Though you love each of your children, you would be particularly concerned for the one who was sick or wounded. The King loves all of His children too, but the wounded and oppressed have most of His attention now. For His sake, we must not quit until all have been recovered. As long as any are wounded, He is wounded.”
I don’t recall exactly whether it was a few days after or a week after. In the evening, my mom began to get up from her bed and kept opening and closing the door of a restroom. The door always makes noise whenever we open or close it. Then, I heard the Father say, “Go and hug her.” I didn’t think of rebuking the enemy or spiritual warfare, but I learned the lesson. With love, I hugged her. To my amazement, she stopped it and went back to sleep.
It’s my prayer that we lean on Jesus’ bosom, just like His beloved disciple did. I believe you and I would continually listen to the heartbeat of our Father, as our Lord Jesus prayed for it. We rejoice for what He rejoices. We grieve for what He grieves. It’s not about us, but Him.
Have a bliss!
“Father, I desire that they also whom You gave Me may be with Me where I am, that they may behold My glory which You have given Me; for You loved Me before the foundation of the world. O righteous Father! The world has not known You, butI have known You; and these have known that You sent Me. And I have declared to them Your name, and will declare it, that the love with which You loved Me may be in them, and I in them.” (John 17:24~26)
On last Christmas Eve when my niece and I shared a lot of testimonies, I shared part of the prophecy I received from Korean prophet couple back in my Singapore time. I said to her that I doubted whether that part in the prophecy was really from the Lord, though. Then, she said, “Why don’t you ask the Lord?” It actually struck me. I noticed she asked Him many questions. Yet, I realized I don’t really ask Him proactively. I wrote on The Game with Minutes and I tried to talk to Him as often as I could and to practice the presence of the Lord like Brother Laurence did. Yet, my talk to Him was most of the time thanks-giving or my thoughts on something. I’m not saying it’s wrong, but I realized I lacked in asking Him questions proactively. I sometimes asked Him questions on the Scriptures I didn’t understand, and amazingly He answered me and taught me. Yet, I knew I didn’t ask Him many questions. I didn’t even ask Him often to give me something, believing He knows my needs and desires, and at the end of the day, His will should be done over everything. Yet I also realized part of the reasons I didn’t ask Him often would be my passive character. And another reason is fear: fear of hearing Him wrong; fear of hearing Him say something very difficult for me to obey; fear of hearing something that I don’t want to hear.
After the conversation with my niece, I still didn’t proactively ask Him. Then, like I shared last week, I bought Lana Vawser’s online courses. From the moment I watched her course, The Prophetic Voice of God and read her ebook, I got to understand why He wants me to learn from her. Before I listened to her course, I had been getting up in the middle of the night when He woke me up, to encounter Him. Yet, in all honesty, I felt it became kind of a ritual to me. But, when I listened to her course, I got to understand it’s all about intimate relationship, fellowship with Him, to know Him more and know His love toward us. And her sharing personal experiences including her mistakes and fear really encouraged me a lot. She also had fear of hearing Him wrong, missing Him and so on. And she encouraged me to ask Him, just like my niece said to me. Not only asking Him questions, I have to ask Him to show me His heart and show me amazing things I do not know like Jeremiah 33:3. And I took her words “Expectation is key” to my heart, and I expected that I would hear Him correctly and He would talk to me and answer my questions. From that moment on, when I got up in the middle of the night, I had my mobile phone in my hand to write down what I heard from Him, expecting Him to say something. I think my finding out a pink note recently and reading from it His words during my prayer time back in California in 2019/2020 was not a coincidence. Over the past few years, I used small notebooks to write down some verses and the thoughts in my heart, but didn’t proactively ask His voice. Then, recently, I did not even use small notebooks, due to lack of expectations. Finding out the pink notebook also encouraged me, making me think it’s really time to start proactively seeking Him and seeking to hear Him with expectations.
I also started to ask Him to give me interpretation of tongues. Though I enjoyed praying and singing in tongues for long, I wanted to understand what I was uttering in the Spirit. And I asked Him to give me His words for those whom I intercede for. Since I read a book, “Ambassador of God” written by my Seoul church elder, former ambassador to China, I wanted to have the gift he has: downloading His words for those whom he prays for and sharing them and encouraging them. Then, He said to me, “Keep on asking. I will give what you ask, as you’re not asking it for yourself.” Having courage and confidence that I can hear Him right, I started to write down His voice during my praying in tongues. And like Lana, I asked words for a few friends of mine and my family, while I simply prayed for them in the past. Sometimes, the words sounded so simple and general. Yet I wrote them down and chose to obey. I shared those words with my friends later on the day. Amazingly, I got to know the words were timely for some of them. I gave words to a friend in Singapore, “He leads you and your husband into a new season. He says ‘Do not worry. Be in peace.’” It sounded quite simple and general. Yet, she came back to me to say that she had been worried about her job due to her boss, and she had been worried about her daughter in Australia, as she would quit her job in this May and plans to travel to Europe for 8 weeks. She said, as she received His words, she wouldn’t worry, but choose to be in peace. I was really encouraged to hear that.
Then, on January 18th, I asked Him words for my family and He gave me ones for my niece as well as others. For my niece, He said, “She is My beloved daughter. I will show her great and mighty things. I will give her tongues so pray for her. Share your testimonies. Both of you will encourage one another.” I even wrote down the time, 4:44am when I received this, as she and I would record the time, knowing He speaks to us through numbers as well. Then, I didn’t share them with her yet, as we planned to meet in a few days on Lunar New Year Eve. So, I thought I would ask her whether she received tongues. I had an impression that she didn’t receive them yet. I thought she would’ve shared the testimony otherwise. Then, later in the evening on that day, she texted me and said that she was praying a while back and she felt so sleepy as if Abba Father held her tightly in His arms. Then, she heard three words in tongues and said to me that it was the first time that she spoke in tongues finally! I had goose bumps, and I burst out into tears. I was marveled as He gave her tongues and He let me know earlier on that day. I shared the words for her I wrote down in my phone with her, copying and pasting what He said to me at 4:44am. Both of us were amazed and cried for His goodness. She said that somehow after we met on last Christmas Eve, she started asking Him again to give her tongues. And I was encouraged to ask Him questions like my niece and Lana did. We were marveled, as He used us to encourage one another, after He restored our relationship.
Another story on January 17th. At 10am, I was supposed to attend a Sister Margaret’s class on the book of Hebrew. On the previous weekend, He showed her in my dream. When I asked Him something while in the dream, He spoke to me. And on the 17th, I knew from her class administrator that her birthday was on that week, but was not sure whether it was that day, 17th or some other day of the week. I spent some minutes to try to figure that out from the administrator’s chat history. Then, the Lord said, “Just text her and say ‘Happy Birthday!’” So, before the class started at 10am my time, I texted her and said “Happy Birthday!” And I also shared what I heard from Him, when asking Him words for her. She was the teacher to teach me on Hearing the Voice of God, yet I wanted to encourage her by sharing His words. So, I wrote what He said for her, “She is My beloved daughter. I will continue to use her for My Kingdom. Bless her and tell her that I love her.” She replied to me that she would write more to me later. Then, when the class started, a sister who was supposed to lead the worship and read out the Scriptures during the class, said “Happy Birthday, Sister Seaward!” Thank God! I texted her exactly on her birthday. He knows everything. Then, in the middle of the class, she said (I paraphrase), “I cried out for some people, as I don’t know whether they are still in my classes. I have hundreds of students in zoom and I don’t see all of the faces here. Then, one of them that I cried for texted me earlier today, and shared a Word from the Lord for me. Isn’t He so good?” I knew she was talking about me. (I always turned off video during the class. Only recently, I started to turn on video for the first hour, since He showed me something on her class through my dream.) I got to know she wanted to know whether I’m still in her classes, but from her mature character, she wouldn’t want to give me any pressure by asking me. Our Father is so so good.
Even this morning, I shared simple words with two persons. One was for my friend in Singapore whose daughter had been away from the Lord since her university years. I shared His words that her daughter would return to Him. Then, she replied to me, sharing her dream last night where she said to her daughter, “You were such a good girl when you were young.” And the dream ended. I think it was not a coincidence, but His providence that she received that dream and I received those words. Another word was for a missionary for N. Korea. It was just simple. He said, “Tell her that I love her.” That was all. I shared it with her. And she replied, “I’ve been weary from the spiritual warfare, but the words strengthen me. And I’ve been doubting whether I’m really on the right track. Now I think I received the answer from the Lord. :)” I was so encouraged. I shared simple words yet they were encouraged and strengthened. Hallelujah!
Lastly, I would like to share Lana Vawser’s story in her book, The Prophetic Voice of God. When she was at Bible colleague, she worked for a Christian cafe part time as a barista. She prayed for hearing for others who were outside the four walls of the church. Yet, when she heard His words or saw visions, she was so afraid of stepping out in faith and sharing them. But this story is really encouraging:
So I looked at a woman who had just paid for her coffee, and I heard three things:
1. “I love her.”
2. “I have heard her cries and I haven’t forgotten her.”
3. “I am going to heal and restore her family.”
She came over to take her coffee, and I didn’t want to let go of the cup. It was the moment of decision. Do I share this word; do I not? I checked my word against First Corinthians 14:3: But when someone prophesies, he speaks to encourage people, to build them up, and to bring them comfort.
Okay—tick! Tick! Tick! The “what if” was creeping back in, but I was quickly reminded again of the “what if” of Him showing up and “what if” I say nothing and it’s one of those tipping point moments. So I let go of the cappuccino and released the word to her. It was very simple—I asked her permission first if I could share something encouraging with her. She said yes. I opened my mouth and said, “God really loves you. He has heard your cries, and He hasn’t forgotten you, and He is going to heal and restore your family.” She looked at me quite blankly, and that few seconds without her response felt like a year. Then she began to cry. She wept as she looked at me and said, “This morning I asked God three questions. ‘Do You love me? Are You hearing my cries? Have You forgotten me? Will You heal my family?’” I couldn’t believe it. I was over the moon! I was so excited! The Lord had showed up as I stepped out! Wow! After I released that word, I was given other opportunities to minister to this lady one on one. It was such a beautiful moment.
I want to remove the pressure that might say you have to deliver a grand, huge prophetic word from God and have angels show up. That’s amazing when it happens, but being a voice of hope and life and releasing the encouragement of God wherever you go is so powerful.
Friend, I’d like to encourage you to start to ask Him, if you haven’t asked Him to speak to you. If you had fear of hearing Him wrong like I did, or doubt whether He will speak to you, I would like to share His promise, “My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me. (John 10:27)” Our Lord can’t tell a lie. He said we can hear His voice, as we are His sheep. Just start today with expectation. Ask Him one question. You might want to ask Him to give you a Scripture. I began to ask Him like Lana did, “Lord, what’s on Your heart, today?” She shared what she experienced in her class. Some people received a flash of picture and they paint it. His ways are unpredictable, and He is creative. It can be a Scripture or a short word or a flash of picture or long dreams at night. You may ask “But what is this all about?” Our Father wants fellowship & friendship with us. Prior to Adam’s fall, Adam and Eve walked with Him daily and they knew His presence. Now, our Lord Jesus reconciled our broken relationship with the Father so that we have 24/7 access to the Father. He longs to speak to you and longs to hear from you. It’s all about love and relationship, not religiosity. From that place of intimacy, He wants us to be a channel of His love and blessings to others.
It’s my prayer that you and I simply adore and love Him and out of pure heart, we boldly come to the throne of God and commune with Him. He is a good Father.
Have a bliss!
One thing I have desired of the Lord,
How are you? I’m well.
On January 11th this year, I had a dream:
I seemed to be in a big hall in the university to take a class. Then, it dawned on me that I didn’t wear the clothes I had to put on or didn’t bring them with me for the occasion on that day. So, I went back home to wear them. Then, I was dressed up as if I would be a bride or a bridesmaid. Coming back to the big hall, I saw people see my dress, and they thought I looked so good and my dress was so beautiful and special. But, I felt very uncomfortable in getting their attention, and I thought their attention shouldn’t be unto me. Then, I saw my ex-colleague in a beautiful white wedding dress with upper part made of beautiful laces. She was looking at me, standing in front of me. Facing her, I said to her that I like the style of her dress. While saying to her, I got to see her busts were really big, and I was a little bit uncomfortable, thinking where I should look away to take my eyes off them.
When I awoke, I wondered what on earth the dream meant, thinking it was from the Lord, though. Anyway, I wrote it down in my mobile phone, not understanding the meaning of it. Later in the evening, when I continued rereading a Rick Joyner’s book, The Final Quest, I was amazed again. He gave me the interpretation of the dream timely through the portion of my reading on that day. In the chapter I was rereading, Rick Joyner was given a cloak of humility that looked so shabby, yet he wore it. I recalled “a cloak of humility” from my first reading, but I wasn’t able to recall the rest of the story from that chapter:
Wisdom remarked, “You have taught that there was no armor for the backside, which meant that you were vulnerable if you ran from the enemy. However, you never saw how advancing in pride also made you vulnerable.”
To my amazement, when the arrows of pride struck the warriors they did not even notice. However, the enemy kept shooting. The warriors were bleeding and getting weaker fast, but they would not acknowledge it. Soon they were too weak to hold up their shields and swords; they cast them down, declaring that they no longer needed them. Then they started taking off their armor, saying it was not needed anymore either.
“Pride is the hardest enemy to see, and it always sneaks up behind you,” Wisdom lamented. “In some ways, those who have been to the greatest heights are in the greatest danger of falling. You must always remember that in this life you can fall at any time from any level.”
“Stay close to me, inquire of the Lord before making major decisions, and keep that mantle on. Then the enemy will not be able to easily blindside you, as he did them.” I looked at my mantle. It looked so plain and insignificant. I felt that it made me look more like a homeless person than a warrior. Wisdom responded as if I had been speaking out loud. “The Lord is closer to the homeless than to kings. You only have true strength to the degree that you walk in the grace of God, and ‘He gives His grace to the humble.’ No evil weapon can penetrate this mantle, because nothing can overpower His grace. As long as you wear this mantle, you are safe from this kind of attack.”
In the dream, I was uncomfortable, when I got attention for my dress from others, thinking I was not the one to be paid compliments. And my ex-colleague is in reality pretty, and she is kind of a person who would buy luxurious brand goods from head to toe. I wondered at that time how she would afford them, as she was a secretary and her paycheck wouldn’t be enough to satisfy her lavish life style. Not only that, I had an impression that she didn't say in a respectful or polite manner toward managers who are higher in the company ranks, out of her pride, thinking they are no better than she. So, I got to understand the Lord used her in the dream, to represent those who are prideful. And I interpret her big busts as pride, thinking of the words “If you got it, flaunt it.” I was grateful to Him, as He continued to give me dreams, to teach me and give me alert so that I wouldn't fall. Pride is not limited to so-called secular areas like our profession, finance, education and so on. Spiritually we can be really prideful, and fall at any time. He hates pride.
I would say to Him that I would wear a cloak of humility and I would humble myself and remain teachable. And I thanked Him for His teaching through the dream and giving me the interpretation through the book. In a couple of days, when I got up in the middle of the night, I felt He want me to check my email box and see Lana Vawser’s words. When I checked my email box, there was none from her ministry. Then, in a few hours, a new email from her ministry came in. To my disappointment, it was not her usual prophetic words from the Lord, but it was kind of a promotion letter, to let me know her online course sales would end in one day. She has two online courses: “The Prophetic Voice of God” and “I heard the Lord say New Era.” I said to myself, “I’m not interested in prophetic stuffs. That’s not for me.” Then, He reminded me of what I read the other day from The Final Quest. Rick Joyner met eagles, and one of the eagles said to him, “You have some of our gifts,” the eagle noted, “though they are not very well developed. You have not used them much. I am here to awaken these gifts in you, and in many others like you, and I will teach you how to use them. In this way, our communication will be sure. Unless we have sure communication, we will all suffer many unnecessary losses, not to mention missing many great opportunities for victory.”
I thought to myself, “Perhaps He is speaking to me. Like Rick Joyner in that book, I have some of eagles’ gifts, but they are not well developed.” And He also made me realize pride in me. I didn’t want to be taught by Lana, as she is not a pastor, but a prophet. And she looks younger than I am. While I have been praying that I would wear a cloak of humility and remain teachable, I had pride that I would not be taught by prophets or by younger people. Later on that day, I bought her online courses. You know what? They turned out to be a precious channel of His blessings. Hallelujah! I can’t wait till I share more. But for now, I wanted to share how important it is to understand pride is the hardest enemy and we can fall at any time from any level. Friend, it’s my prayer that you and I always wear a cloak of humility and remain teachable.
Have a bliss!
When pride comes, then comes shame;