18. Speed Prayer: Restitution


When Israel left Egypt, they left wealthy.  This is not because they did the flash mob thing and stole what was not theirs, but because God had decreed that they receive hundreds of years of back wages with penalties and interest. They had provided a service for Pharaoh under duress and had been paid less than the value they had generated, and God decided the time had come to reimburse this generation for the value they and their forefathers had been robbed of.

It is interesting that before doing that, God systematically humiliated the ten primary demonic overlords of Egypt with the ten plagues.  Once His mastery over the demons was established, the people involved moved with God-speed to release the value that was due to the Israelites.

It also intrigues me that it was a class action project.  This was not an issue of one person going to the one Egyptian who had defrauded him.  Rather the whole nation owed a payment to the whole nation of Israel.

And they paid.  With God-speed and the fear of the Lord was on them.  They were desperate to consummate the financial transaction and to part ways with the Hebrews whom they now feared after having disdained them for generations.

Today we will begin a focus for a few days on justice in terms of finances.  Now let me be very quick to say that I get a lot of emails of people claiming that they have been defrauded and from their own stories I feel strongly that their business plan was horrible or their ethical practices brought judgment on them from the Lord.

That said, in my own prayer for the tribe, I am not asking for a release of everything people think they are owed by whomever, but of what God believes they are owed.  And, I am making it generational since that is the picture here.  The generation that went through the Exodus received the deferred payments from the prior generations who were already dead.

Some people have had a history of devouring and the past can still be on the books in the eyes of God, if He so chooses.

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17. Speed Prayer: Courage


In English, we have a construct to demonstrate a diminutive.  John becomes Johnny.  Bob becomes Bobby.  Mike becomes Mickey.  Etc.

In Hebrew you accomplish the same thing with the suffix “kuk.”  So the name Habakkuk is a diminutive of Habak.  And habak means a hug.  So by extension, this name is probably more of a nickname but it means “The Little Hugger.”

My guess is that Habakkuk was a Mercy gift who never turned down a good hug when he was a little guy and probably asked for more than were offered.  He loved to snuggle.

Based on the fact that his poetry is second only to Isaiah’s in terms of depth, complexity and elegance, we assume he was born into an upper middle class home and had access to a superlative education.  He seems to be from the tribe of Levi and was part of the choir at the Temple, writing both the music and the lyrics on at least this one occasion, but probably more regularly.

Even though Habakkuk was at his prime during the reign of Josiah, one of the finer of Judah’s kings, he still struggled with the corruption in the courts and the prevalence of gratuitous violence in the community.  As a Mercy, it violated his desire for safety for all.

He queried God, requesting an explanation for God’s passivity in the situation.  Clearly a good king was on the throne, so why was God not investing in solving the problems in the culture?

God replied that far from being passive, He had been actively growing a fairly obscure tribe into a vicious military powerhouse that would come spank the nation with intensity.

The Little Hugger was horrified at the plans and desperately appealed to God that it was not right to use a really unholy people to spank a moderately unholy people.

God was unmoved by the argument, simply assuring Habakkuk that when He was quite done using Babylon for His purposes, He would spank them much more savagely than they had spanked Israel.

So much for world history from God’s point of view.

The Mercy musician was understandably rocked.  His theology got shattered.  His sense of national security was obliterated.  His personal safety was totally stripped away.

In the place of extreme shock, he wrote one of the most majestically defiant pieces of poetry in world history.

“I heard and my heart pounded, my lips quivered at the sound; decay crept into my bones, and my legs trembled. Yet I will wait patiently for the day of calamity to come on the nation invading us.  Though the fig tree does not bud and there are no grapes on the vines, though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food, though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls, yet I will rejoice in the LORD, I will be joyful in God my Savior.  The Sovereign LORD is my strength; he makes my feet like the feet of a deer, he enables me to go on the heights. For the director of music. On my stringed instruments.”  Habakkuk 3:16-19  NIV

Where did that come from?

At the risk of making some people mad at me, the stereotype of middle age Mercy artists who were born with a silver spoon in their mouth tends a bit more toward being pansies than towering spiritual giants.

But The God Who Plans Ahead was preparing The Little Hugger for such a time as this, when he didn’t even know he was being prepared.

So what about you?  Got some weird chapters in your life’s journey that just don’t make sense?  Have you been drug through the rat hole backward when you were doing everything right and you never were able to understand how things turned so ugly so fast?  Do you have a finely honed body of knowledge that there seems to be no place to use?

What if The God Who Plans Ahead has read the story of your life and He was meticulously preparing you for something you never imagined could happen, and in the moment, you will find within your core wisdom and strength that came with God-speed in your time of need?

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16. Speed Prayer: Justice


If the Securities and Exchange Commission had been operating in Israel in 892 B. C., both Elisha and the Shunammite woman would have been headed to prison.  If ever there was an “insider’s tip” it was Elisha telling her that God was getting ready to send seven years of famine on Israel, so she should liquidate her assets and move to another country for a while.  2 Kings 8:1ff

Being a canny business woman, she moved with alacrity and weathered the storm in the next nation to the west.

When the economic climate improved, she came back to her home town to see what could be done to repurchase all of the family land she had sold when she left.

Since it was not a year of jubilee, the current buyers did not HAVE to sell it back to her.  They could have forced her to buy some other land and hold it until the jubilee sorted it all out.  But, she liked the land God had assigned to her family, so she decided to go to the king to see if there was any chance of a deal.

She happened to be in line for an audience with the king when the king was entertaining himself with stories from Gehazi about Elisha’s doings.  Gehazi “happened” to spot her in the crowd right after telling about her son being raised from the dead and he excitedly pointed her out to the king.

Needless to say, in the drama of the moment, she got everything sorted out with God-speed.

Now, there is a biiiiiig backstory here.  Remember Gehazi running after Naaman to mooch some money?  Elisha was infuriated at the way Gehazi damaged Elisha’s brand as a Prophet Not For Sale.  “‘Naaman’s leprosy will cling to you and to your descendants forever.’ Then Gehazi went from Elisha’s presence and he was leprous, as white as snow.”  2 Kings 5:27 NIV

Now, lepers are not allowed in the palace.  So clearly, somewhere along the way, God and Gehazi got reconciled and he got healed.

Another variable in the equation was Jehoram the king.  One wonders if he was DID or had some other complication because his life was anything but linear.  He fought Baal worship but worshipped Jeroboam’s golden calves?  Really?

Elisha rescued him with the power of God repeatedly.  Some days he loved Elisha and some days he got so mad at Elisha he even tried to arrest him.  What’s up with that?!

So God had to line up three variables.  The wobbly king had to be Elisha’s buddy on this particular day, interested in some fun stories about the prophet.

The renegade servant had to be healed and had to be hanging around the palace somehow, so that he was available to do entertainment duty for the king.  And he was.

And the business woman had to be in the audience that particular day – not the day before or after.

God used a whimsical little situation of having the right people in the room at the right time in the right mood for her to get her assets back with God-speed.

He can do it again, with ease.

16. Speed Prayers: Justice

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15. Speed Prayer: Healing


We first saw the Egyptian Curse manifest in childbirth, then found it in a broad cross section of health issues.  Freemasonry is rooted in the Egyptian Curse.  Any time I find biological processes not working, or working the reverse of how they should, we suspect Freemasonry or the Egyptian Curse in some other forms.

Common pictures of that are high cholesterol when you are a vegan, blood pressure meds that make your blood pressure go up, instead of down, and allergic reaction to antihistamines.

Aside from those glaring situations, I suspect the Egyptian Curse is implicated in a huge amount of natural healing processes being slow walked.  Because so many people are under it, the medical profession has developed a “normal range” of healing for people, which, in fact, is not normal at all.

In Isaiah 19 God also comments on illness and healing.    “And the LORD shall smite Egypt: he shall smite and heal it: and they shall return even to the LORD, and he shall be entreated of them, and shall heal them.”  Vs. 22  AV

The Hebrew word translated “smite” is quite harsh.  It means to hit with a blow so heavy it could kill.

I believe that in our midst today, we have three different causes for illness.  The first is wholesale violation of principles.  It is a wonder any of our babies are born with ten fingers and toes, given the toxicity of our environment.  And it is a wonder any of them live to their teens considering what we eat these days.  The body is remarkably resilient, but that resilience does not change the fact that as a culture, we are largely at risk for willful violation of dietary common sense.

A second cause for illness is the devil, especially the Egyptian Curse.

A third is the hand of God upon those who have militantly created a “wisdom” that is anti-God and have promulgated it in the name of God.  He takes offense to that.

On the one hand, repentance and a lifestyle change are quite in order for #1 and #3.  On the flip side, God has modeled healing for an entire tribe, even when not everyone in a tribe “deserved” it.

15. Speed Prayer: Healing

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14. Speed Prayer: Worship


Music.

Occasionally the solo is compelling.  Mostly the magnificent of music comes from the weaving together of different components.

The melody and the bass cleft.  The ever changing cadence and the rise and fall of the pitch.  The voices and the instruments.  Change one instrument or one singer and there is a difference in the whole.  Think of the classic songs that are a “must” in the repertory of each great singer.

Now, in addition to the score, the instruments and the singers, factor in the spirit.

Think of Amazing Grace sung by a prodigious sinner with a magnificent voice, backed up by an exceptional orchestra of highly talented creative heathen.

Not compelling.

By contrast, there is Andre Crouch singing “My Tribute.”  He was a PK with the redemptive gift of Servant.  It is too funny watching his YouTube videos.  Only half of each clip is singing, because before he sings, he has to honor everyone from the third assistant usher to his ancestors.  He has lived and walked a lifestyle of giving honor.  He had some hardships as a child and God met him in a transformational way.

When you take his Servant gift and allow it to be unpacked in a lifestyle of building platforms under other people, he had a spirit majestically equipped to sing that song.  Yes, there were other musicians involved, and I am sure if I understood music theory, there would be some fascinating things about the score, but mostly, I soar to the spirit of the man who was fit to sing those words.

Now imagine building a worship team based on the redemptive gifts of the musicians and the ways they had unpacked their treasures.  It is an art form that is not widely considered these days, when musical skill is elevated above spiritual depth.

While we have not even begun to scratch the surface of this art, God knows every nuance.  So I ponder the expression of worship that He deems paramount for the rebuilding of the broken world:  Egypt and Assyria.  Ruler and Exhorter.

It is intriguing that the Giver tribe is left out.  They are identified with the altar of incense which represents worshipping intercession.  And you see this played out in the Giver nations of the world.

I smile as I read the vapid news stories about President Obama in Kenya.  You haven’t done church until you have been in a Kenyan church.  With their Giver gift, there is a passion and intensity to their worship and intercession that is rich, full bodied and unlike anything I have found elsewhere in the world.

When Dr. C. Peter Wagner assembled the vast gathering at Ephesus, he tapped the South Korean church to bring 100 of their worshipping intercessors to sing the Hallelujah Chorus in the place where the Ephesians had once rioted about Diana.  Once again, the Giver brought high authority.

All this God knows.  And He designed them for worshipping intercession.  And they do.  At the peak of the Antichrist’s power, God will tap 144,000 men from the Giver tribe to sing a song no one else can learn, in order to do a flavor of damage no one else can do to the Antichrist.

But for the rebuilding of the world, God will need a different flavor of worship, so He will weave together the Ruler and Exhorter gifts at an unprecedented level, to synergistically release their treasures in an extraordinary sound.

This too, is the Blessing of Egypt.

This touches a very tender spot in my inner man.  I have many close friends of just about every imaginable kind.  But I don’t have a single worship partner who is catalytic for me.  I long for someone who can hear my heart for God and identify with it and lean into my worship with me, taking me to a higher level.

I long for someone who I can do the same.  I need someone who has walked a different path than I have, so he brings something new to the mix, but someone who is close enough to my journey that we can find some common ground.  Somewhat the same.  Somewhat different.

Able to flow with each other in unscripted, dynamic worship of our Great King.

I don’t have that.

Yet.

And I long for it.

So let’s turn those longings into warfare prayer.

14. Speed Prayer: Worship

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13. Speed Prayer: Revelation


Do you know me?

Not really.

You only know the public persona.  Most of you have never seen me shopping, cooking, mowing the lawn, playing with my grandkids, paddling a canoe, wrestling with a Hebrew word, meditating in the mountains at sunrise, or warring for the government of God to be established somewhere.

Do you know God?

Not really.

You know a lot about God from what you have read in the Word and heard from others, but you only really know God in the areas you have experienced Him.

Take childbirth, for example.

A number of carefully done surveys in the ’80s all concluded that the window of time when a person is most open to the gospel is when a woman has just given birth to her first child.  If the process was not horribly traumatic, they experience something of God in the process of birthing that no man will actually ever know.

I know the God of land because He has walked with me on land and shared His heart.  I don’t know the God of music.

I know a little bit of the God of government because He has seen fit to meet me in a few places and allow me to know His heart about His government.  I don’t know the God of the high seas.  I am just a two bit day sailor, but those who have traversed the pathways of the seas know some facets of His nature we landlubbers never will.

I know the God of life and life giving and abundant life.  A hospice worker knows the nuances of the God of transition.

There are few greater privileges than for God to reveal to us things HE wants us to know about Him.  I ponder again and again what it must have been like for Moses to listen to God describe creation.  “Let there be light” lies flat and lifeless on the page.  What was it like to hear Gods tone of voice, to watch His face, to see where He gestured with His hands when He was describing each event?

Moses knew a facet of God none of the rest of us have ever experienced.

That is big, but the really big point is that when Moses and God got together, God got to talk about what He wanted.  Moses did not climb the mountain with a bucket list of questions.

This to me is one of the most astounding facets of the Blessing of Egypt.  God will reveal Himself to Egypt in an experiential way.  He knows what they need more than they do.  He will set the agenda.  He will not only offer them truth, He will allow them to experience the truth of His nature in ways precisely designed to unpack their gifts.

Ultimate fathering.

I have such a long list of things I would like to know about God or about the world He created.  But is what I want, what I need?

I doubt it.

Most of the greatest revelations I share with you came in the context of God forcing truth on me.  I can only do this series because a few years ago, God brought a number of very messy people to me and forced me to learn a bunch of stuff about a bunch of demons I really didn’t want to know about.  But I know the God Who Triumphs Over Egyptian Demons better than most of you.

I have experienced Him time and again.

The material on nurturing your spirit was literally forced on me by God.

The seven levels of fathering was snuck in the side door while I was desperately seeking to find the answer to something completely different.

I fought the revelation of the redemptive gifts of land and cities and nations for a year.  God was persistent in revealing His majesty to me in that key of music.

So where else does He want to reveal Himself to me that I am not looking for – or worse yet, resisting?

I don’t know, but I am sure going to be more intentional about warring against the enemy slow walking revelation and crying out for God to mug me in the most intense way necessary to reveal everything about Himself to me that He wants me to know.

This is another facet of the Blessing of Egypt.

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12. Speed Prayer: Monuments


Egypt.  Pyramids.

A fitting way for the Ruler nation to memorialize the things that matter to it for posterity.

Although Italy is Exhorter, Rome and the Roman Empire were Ruler.  And it is fitting that the Coliseum and the Roman roads still memorialize that great culture.

The Roman Catholic Church is also Ruler by redemptive gift and the world is marked by astounding cathedrals, constructed without the help of cranes, power tools or OSHA.

With God’s exquisite sensitivity to each nuance of each redemptive gift, when Egypt is restored to its rightful role in the community of nations, Christ will lead them to express their gift in the heart of the nation and at the borders with building projects that express their spiritual commitment in the Ruler key of music.

I am not a Ruler.  I have accrued a lot of ideas about house design and construction during my years in the field, and I have some lightly held dreams of designing and building a house that expresses my redemptive gift, that fits with the gift of the land, and that is built with a host of spiritual facets woven into the process and the product.

Each redemptive gift uses space, light, perspective, sound, color and texture differently.  The differences between a Teacher house and an Exhorter house are probably the two most extreme.  I have deep interest in the whole concept because I have been in too many distorted houses, and watched too many families struggle to exist in houses that violently war against their design.

But even though I feel strongly about right design, and even though it would be splendiferously delightful to design my own house under those conditions, that is most certainly NOT how I want to be remembered 5, 50 or 500 years from now.

Each gift has its own way of building a “memorial” that is an expression of their life’s work.  And God knows all about that.

To me, a key part of the Blessing of Egypt is for God to move us forward, building toward that area of vast fulfillment.  Solomon, the Exhorter, accomplished much, left much behind, but failed to find fulfillment in alignment with his gift.  A tragedy.

And this, I feel, is a great joy for the enemy.  If he can keep us very busy, doing very good work in the Kingdom, while gently moving us farther and farther away from our design, he gains some small victory.  He could not cancel our salvation.  He could not even block our effectiveness.  But if he can block our fulfillment in serving our Great King, he salvaged something.  Salvation without joy.

This concept ties in with prayer #10 about transitions.  Sometimes we hold on tightly to what we are doing because it is so fruitful, and we have a horror of barrenness.  But what if we need to be transitioned out of the fruitful, unfulfilling track we are on to one that is more in keeping with our design, so we can be fruitful AND fulfilled?

God is the God of monuments, but each gift has a different expression.  Let’s give God permission to transition us to the place where we can build according to design, experience fulfillment according to design and leave a mark on the world according to our design.

Let’s call in the Blessing of Egypt.

12. Speed Prayer: Monuments

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11. Speed Prayer: The Blessing of Egypt


Throughout Scripture, Egypt and their gods come in for a substantial amount of vituperation by God’s sundry spokesmen.  Calling Jerusalem both Egypt and Sodom as a pejorative gives you some sense for the animus God has against their perversion of His truth.

Isaiah 19 is one of the most compact passages, denouncing and belittling Egyptian spirituality.

“The officials of Zoan are nothing but fools; the wise counselors of Pharaoh give senseless advice.  How can you say to Pharaoh, ‘I am one of the wise men, a disciple of the ancient kings’?  Where are your wise men now?  Let them show you and make known what the LORD Almighty has planned against Egypt.  The officials of Zoan have become fools, the leaders of Memphis are deceived; the cornerstones of her peoples have led Egypt astray.  The LORD has poured into them a spirit of dizziness; they make Egypt stagger in all that she does, as a drunkard staggers around in his vomit.  There is nothing Egypt can do— head or tail, palm branch or reed.  In that day the Egyptians will be like women.  They will shudder with fear at the uplifted hand that the LORD Almighty raises against them.”  Isaiah 19:11-16  NIV

However, as with most TV dramas, the middle of the story does not reflect either end.  And in fact, God was there first, determining the immense Ruler gift of that land and bringing the right people to put down roots there (Acts 17:26) for His purposes.

The degree of God’s love for Egypt is seen in the fact that He has sustained them as a nation for millennia while most of their Biblical peers have become extinct, fading away into oblivion.

The reason for maintaining this nation even while God was furious at them for their perversion of His design is seen in the end of the story.

“In that day there will be an altar to the LORD in the heart of Egypt, and a monument to the LORD at its border.  It will be a sign and witness to the LORD Almighty in the land of Egypt.  When they cry out to the LORD because of their oppressors, he will send them a savior and defender, and he will rescue them.  So the LORD will make himself known to the Egyptians, and in that day they will acknowledge the LORD.  They will worship with sacrifices and grain offerings; they will make vows to the LORD and keep them.  The LORD will strike Egypt with a plague; he will strike them and heal them.  They will turn to the LORD, and he will respond to their pleas and heal them.  In that day there will be a highway from Egypt to Assyria.  The Assyrians will go to Egypt and the Egyptians to Assyria.  The Egyptians and Assyrians will worship together.  In that day Israel will be the third, along with Egypt and Assyria, a blessing on the earth.  The LORD Almighty will bless them, saying, “Blessed be Egypt my people, Assyria my handiwork, and Israel my inheritance.”  Isaiah 19:19-25  NIV

If my eschatology is right, this will be during the rebuilding of the world after the sheer horror of the Tribulation when the ecology of the world is ravaged by the hand of the Most High, and the governments, cultures and economies of the world are left in shambles.

In that worst possible scenario, Jesus Christ will reign from Jerusalem, but He will promote the Ruler nation of Egypt to be the number one nation in the world, followed by Assyria and Israel, in second and third place.  (As a note of interest, there are large numbers of Assyrians in Chicago and in Turlock, California, as well as in sundry communities in Europe.)

For rebuilding the ruins, God will use a Ruler nation first, aided by an Exhorter nation and supported by the Giver nation.

As we take this picture of the Ruler nation shouldering the heavy load of rebuilding the world after the unparalleled judgment and connect it with the word “God-speed,” it reminds me of Nehemiah the Ruler, who used God-speed in rebuilding walls of Jerusalem.  There is something remarkable about the Ruler gift!

Let’s acknowledge that we have an incomplete theological paradigm regarding the Egyptian Curse.  We know that it is one of the big three.  The Edomite Curse, the Babylonian Curse and the Egyptian Curse represent the devil’s perversion of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, respectively.

We have some markers for the Egyptian Curse when it is expressed in childbirth.  There is the excessive pain which is packaged in a long, drawn out process.

We have seen the heavy burden of pain caused by sundry dynamics in our lives being slow walked by the Egyptian Curse and its associated demons.  And, in the last ten days, we have seen a wide variety of small pictures of what the opposite of the Egyptian Curse looks like as burdens are lifted and the gifts of God are delivered with God-speed to us.

Let us be clear however, we have only a primitive idea of what the righteous side of the equation is.  Clearly, for God to select Egypt from all the Ruler nations of the world to head the biggest rebuilding project in human history means He sees some magnificence and honor that we have no grasp of yet.

The pictures in Isaiah 19 are tantalizing.

-There is an altar in the midst of Egypt and a monument at the border.  The nation that has been known for their iconic monuments from the past, will presumable raise the bar remarkably when they set about to honor the Son instead of the sun.  One can only wonder what spiritually engineered marvel will eclipse the immensity of the pyramids.

-God will reveal Himself to the Egyptians!  Of all the different kinds of outreach into the Middle East, the consistently most effective one is for Christ to show up at night in a dream or vision to a devout man or to an entire community.  That revelation of Jesus Christ is powerful in terms of immediate salvation.  BUT the Hebrew word used in verse 21 is yada’.  It is the profound experiential knowing of God on a deep, personal level.  This is no one-time vision.  This will be a privileged nation, where God reveals Himself in a broad cross section of ways, so they don’t just revere Him from a lowly posture, but they KNOW their God intimately, as Nehemiah did.  From that place of personalized revelation from the God who knows the Egyptian spirit and culture better than the Egyptians do, will come the unleashing of their spiritual destiny to be the rebuilders of the world, under the direction of Jesus Christ.

-What fascinates me the most is the fact that the Ruler and Exhorter tribes will worship together, commingling their gifts.  Now, as a historian, I have a huge archive of information on the challenging dynamics of those two gifts arm wrestling history for supremacy, denying each other the treasure of partnership.  But in the restoration, these two immense gifts will, under the wisdom and tutelage of the Master, learn to not only work together, but to combine their worship wisdom into a majestic paean of incomparable dimensions.

So today, I would like to introduce a new term into our vocabulary and that is the Blessing of Egypt.  This is far richer than just God-speed and a commensurate reduction of pain.  The rebuilding component is dwarfed by having a personal revelation of God in their own key of music, resulting in the treasures of their gifts being unleashed in the culture both with visible monuments and equally monumental acts of unique worship.

In our lives, we can apply this immediately.  On the surface, there is the issue of brokenness.  Many of us have been broken by the enemy at some point.  Many more have been broken by the consequences of our own violation of principles.  The Blessing of Egypt would reflect the work of our King through the culture around us to rebuild supernaturally what was shattered beyond belief.

When we are beaten and battered, our view of God degenerates into His being a need-meeting God.  The Western church has become so focused on pain relief, that we have forgotten how to worship and our saccharine little praise ditties begin to sound all alike, eventually as odious as a dirge.

Imagine the Blessing of Egypt releasing a capacity in us to worship with immensity as our King deserves to be worshipped, not just praised.

But I am drawn most of all to God revealing Himself to us in the language of our own gift and journey.  Twice in human history God revealed Himself in yada‘ terms to a nation.  And the latter will be larger than the former by far.

Wrap your mind and spirit around the concept of the Blessing of Egypt meaning a revelation of Himself to yourself, customized to where you walk each day and to your unique design.  We hear so much teaching that bumps up against our internal firewall of “Yes, BUT, he doesn’t understand me and my journey.”  But our King does!

For now, savor the firstfruits of a new chapter in our journey toward establishing the Kingship of Jesus Christ over our tribe.

11. Speed Prayer: The Blessing of Egypt

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