THE TRUMPET by BILL BURNS:
Come to Me, and I will lead and guide you into My will. If you live in and by the power of your flesh you will not be able to see and know spiritually that which is taking place. But, if you begin to live by My Spirit, He will guide you into My purposes.
Psalm 73:24 You will guide me with Your counsel, and afterward receive me to glory.
SMALL STRAWS IN A SOFT WIND by MARSHA BURNS:
Remember the days when I asked you, My people, to simplify and fortify? That message still holds, but now I want you to apply that simplicity to accessing My Spirit, says the Lord. It comes down to four easy steps. Shut out distractions. Get quiet both externally and internally. Find Me. Stay focused by bringing your mind back when it wanders.
Proverbs 8:17 I love those who love Me, and those who seek Me diligently will find Me.
Deeper revelation, that was previously hidden, is being released over the next few weeks. Doug Addison
September 2, 2019. What is shaping your thought processes? When it comes to topics like the cross, do you have thoughts of irrationality and futility or authority and freedom? Don’t find yourself among those who look down their noses with disdain for the past, present and future moves of God. Be careful about picking and choosing what is of God and what isn’t. Get into My movements. Be open to My life changing ways and means. I am doing great things.
1 Corinthians 1:18 (NASB) “For the Word of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.” Kevin Robinson
September 2, 2019. You don’t have to wonder any longer. I am the God of more than enough. I am the God of abundance. You are My child, therefore, you are a son or daughter of abundance. I will prove Myself to you. Your part is to believe. My Son became poor so you might become rich. I don’t mince words and I mean what I say. When you have more than enough, it is for giving away.
2 Corinthians 8:9 (TPT) “For you have experienced the extravagant grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that although He was infinitely rich, He impoverished Himself for our sake, so that by His poverty, we could become rich beyond measure.” Robin Robinson Bohlin