In the Dragon’s Den…

A propheticy thingy: a while since I have had one of these:

Keep to the call. Don’t trade a part of that call for advantage someone offers to you in another aspect of the call. Don’t open the call of God to hijackers. Hijackers are not for you. They are for themselves. Try an experiment. Say “no thank you” to them and apparent interest in you and relationship with you quickly fades. BUT , a big but…there are those whose offer of help has no strings attached. Avoid hijackers. Wait and look for Kingdom of God enablers.

Be careful in making alliances! All that glitters is not gold, but where it is, where it is true spiritual gold or even literal gold and silver being offered in and for the will of God, embrace it with thankfulness.

But, I say again: if the price of friendship, favour, the opening of doors involves surrendering one percent of what God has said to you, turn and run like heaven, and don’t look back wondering, “but what if I had …”

In the dragon’s den the pressure is always on to give away more of an original call and idea than is right…

This won’t be for all. There are however seasons in God’s purposes and seasons in the enemy’s assaults, so it may be for several of all y’all!

God bless

Kenny

2 comments on “In the Dragon’s Den…

  1. Rob says:

    Personally, probably timely.

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  2. Catherine says:

    Thank you Kenny, you have a been a real blessing to me, the Lord has spoken to me very clearly through you ministering his word, in an awful family situation, God bless you and your ministry.

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