"So he answered, 'Do not fear, for those who are with us are more than those who are with them.' And Elisha prayed, and said, 'Lord, I pray, open his eyes that he may see.' Then the Lord opened the eyes of the young man, and he saw." - 2 Kings 6:16-17
Every so often, I receive a word from the Holy Spirit that shifts the atmosphere in which I dwell.
Back in 2016, He asked me to launch a virtual ministry with a message that focused on revival and reformation. I will never forget our initial conversation.
“You want me to launch a virtual ministry?" I asked. "Have You seen what people have written about me online? And you want me to bring this message online?”
Of course, I knew the answers to these questions. But I found it quite ironic that He would request such a feat given my controversial story.
At that point, I set out to deliver that empowering message, teaching women in particular about our need to rely on the Holy Spirit in this hour as He brought us into this deeper level.
I taught them about revivals of the past and what we needed to do to position ourselves for this outpouring, the one promised to us over 100 years ago.
The empowering message resonated strongly, because most of my listeners at the time assumed God would use folks whom they considered “fit.”
But I began sharing that in this last hour, God would use the least of these to carry out His assignments: people who had hard, difficult, scandalous stories.
It didn’t matter.
Anyone who said yes to God would be used for greatness in this next hour.
My life is simply a living epistle, proving this core principle.
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