“I repent from believing the lie that I don’t have access to the mysteries of Your kingdom. The truth is, I’m in You, You’re in me, and You reveal everything to me.”
Repent: rethink things when they don’t agree with what God says or trigger lies. Renounce: the enemy’s ability to torment you in that way and have access to your life. Replace: with the truth. Feed on the truth until your mind and your actions change.
Ask, seek, knock (Matthew 7:7).
Don’t stop asking, like a child tugging their mother’s shirt.
Take all of the permission God has granted you in Scripture- take it for granted!
You can pull miracles into today that are meant for another day.
Mary does this in asking Jesus for a miracle at the wedding.
Mary’s faith pulled what even Jesus said was reserved for another day into that moment.
Words are powerful, what you declare with your mouth is powerful.
Your words over your congregation create space for new things to happen.
As worship leaders, be picky about the songs that you choose.
Don’t just choose a song that has always been done.
Stop asking for things God has said we can have.
Take promises in Scripture and turn them into declarations of what is happening.
Ex: “Let Your presence fall.” vs. “Your presence is here.”
Declare until it manifests!
The physical make-up of your body changes when you speak life-giving words or harsh words.
Put a guard over your mouth, speak life not death.
Holy Spirit convicted Christa as she sang a pop song once that declared fear.
You are 70% water, the world is 70% water.
Japanese scientist wrote a book The Hidden Message in Water.
He took pictures of water molecules changing as he spoke different things.
Water molecules made beautiful shapes when life-giving things were spoken.
Water molecules made sharp, jagged shapes when harsh things were spoken.
Christa’s prayer for you: Thank you God that there is no lack with You. This will be a year where songs will come out of you that will change the world. You will go deeper in your friendship with God. Your songs will deliver an entire group of people.