J U L Y —

In Full Bloom

In the month of July, we feel that God is calling us into a season of being in full bloom. We feel that in the past few months God has been doing a cleansing work as he’s invited us to step into moments of conviction and repentance. This has all been in preparation for a season of being in full bloom, where we thrive in old and new spaces, and where much fruit is produced.

We felt God draw us to this beautiful passage in Song of Songs 2:13 which we believe highlights what God is wanting to do in our hearts in this next season.
“Can you not discern this new day of destiny breaking forth around you? The early signs of my purposes and plans are bursting forth. The budding vines of new life are now blooming everywhere. The fragrance of their flowers whispers “there is change in the air.” Arise, my love, my beautiful companion, and run with me to the higher place. For now is the time to arise and come away with me.”

We truly believe that this time is now, the time for “budding vines of new life”, to bloom not just in one area of our lives, but in many areas of our lives.

As a community we have faced hardship and many troubles during this past year and a half with COVID and the many things COVID has impacted. For a lot of us, it has forced change upon us; change that may have been and maybe still is hard to deal with. Change that has pointed us in a different direction to what we had planned.

However, we believe that there is space within this change for God to work within us. He has been pruning back the branches to make way for new growth. In John 15:1-2 (NIV) Jesus states, “I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener. He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunes so that it will be even more fruitful.”

God has been pruning us so that we can now produce more fruit within our lives, step completely into what He wants from us, and be more fruitful in our walks with him.
This month we were also reminded of the parable of the Sower in Matthew 13:3-8. Where Jesus preaches about the importance of planting seeds in good soil, so that it can produce ‘crop- a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown.’ Not only has God been pruning back our branches, but he’s also been preparing our soil for new seeds to be planted and grow into full bloom. God not only has been pruning back the old to make way for new growth, but he has also been planting new seeds in good soil, which we have formed through conviction, humility, and repentance. It is these seeds which also will be heading into full bloom in this coming season.

The encouragement we feel during this time is to keep going, keep running the race that’s been set out in front of you. God understands that many have felt dry or weary in this time of change, repentance, and conviction, but keep going, because the path of blooming and producing fruit is coming.
Romans 15:5-6 says
“May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you the same attitude of mind toward each other that Christ Jesus had, so that with one mind and one voice you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.”


Pathways of Repentance

In the month of May we feel that God is calling us to repent and to not shy away from spaces of conviction. We feel that God wants to take us on pathways of repentance as he convicts and leads us into spaces of refuge where he is wanting to restore, redeem and transform. 

We feel God saying that conviction is not something to be feared but is a moment in which we feel God tug on our hearts and call us to change our ways and allow him to transform our lives. We feel him saying that repentance is not a shameful thing but this beautiful moment where we as humans recognise the depths of our sins and turn around as we humbly come before God, acknowledging the power and unconditional mercy and grace he has for us. 

We feel God is calling us to lean into this conviction of heart. To acknowledge the stirring of our soul and come to him with an open heart and open mind. In Mark 4:9 Jesus says “Whoever has ears to hear, let them hear”. God is calling us to be open to hear his call of conviction on our lives and not to tune his voice out. 

We feel he is inviting us to draw into moments of conviction and take up the pathway of repentance. This pathway is not intended for guilt or shame, but rather through it he allows us to graciously turn back to Him with dignity and honour. 

God has paved the way with grace and it is his kindness that leads us to repentance. In Romans 2:4 it says “do you show contempt for the riches of his kindness, forbearance and patience, not realizing that God’s kindness is intended to lead you to repentance?” God's conviction is kind, it is not out of malice, but rather is intended to draw us near to him. 

We feel that God is calling us to humbly acknowledge the convictions of our heart, to come willing to hear and see what he is calling us to.  Psalm 25:9 states that “He guides the humble in what is right and teaches them his way”. God is calling us to humble ourselves, to turn around, to seek his way and to let go of our ways, allowing his direction to enter our hearts as we draw into spaces of repentance and conviction. 

We feel that this journey God is calling us into, this journey of repentance is an intimate and precious time with God. We feel that he intends these spaces to be sweet moments that allow us to draw near to God and encounter Him as the ultimate refuge. We feel Him calling us into sweet moments of conviction and repentance where he is going to redeem and transform our hearts. These will be spaces where we can release the heaviness of our sin over to Him and allow Him to replace it with joy and strength. 

These spaces that God is calling us into come with an invitation. It’s our choice whether we will respond to God’s call to repent or whether we keep on our own path.

So will we respond? Will we tune our ears in and turn our eyes and heart towards him? Will we come humbly, seeking his way over ours? Will we make this choice, to draw near, to enter into that conviction? Because it is our choice, God will not force us into repentance, but he will invite us in.

It's Not A Dead End

Over the months of January and February we felt God calling us to be bold, to step out and to cast vision. We felt Him inviting us to move towards His perspective and to fear Him over the world, and we felt Him inviting us to create new rhythms with Him as we let Him lead us into this next season. This month we feel God saying that there is room for failure and mistakes, so do not be discouraged! We feel that God is inviting us to see that His grace and His peace are constant through all the mistakes we can make. 

We feel that God is encouraging us to not be discouraged when we fail, when we aren’t bold in our faith or we fear man over God. Falling short is not a dead end; mistakes are not a dead end; disappointment is not a dead end; hurt is not a dead end. When it comes to our journey with God, nothing is a dead end. 

We feel that God is encouraging us to not shy away from giving it a go and going on this journey with Him, to not shy away from being bold for fear of failure. To not shy away from pursuing God for fear of making mistakes. This journey is a partnership, it is not something we do alone. He wants to lead us to boldness and to His perspective. It’s His faithfulness that allows us to keep going on the journey even if we fail. 

The failures, the mistakes, the disappointment and the hurt we experience can all lead us to the end of ourselves, but within that we find new opportunities for God to come in and cover us with His grace, His peace and His hope. So don’t shy away. 

We feel that God is reminding us that His peace and His grace is a promise He keeps. No matter whether we get it right the first time or the one hundredth time, there is still God’s grace and peace to be found. 

What if God is calling us to change our perspective? To shift our view from seeing mistakes, disappointment, hurt and failure as an impasse, to moments where God can move and demonstrate His faithfulness.

We feel that the Lord is wanting to remind us that He remains faithful in the valley, He is faithful to bring us through. It's not by our works or striving that we pull ourselves out of these hard and difficult places, it is by God’s goodness, His faithfulness and His grace that allows us to move forward. 

What if, instead of being discouraged by our mistakes, failures and circumstances, we waited on Him and then responded in obedience as He leads us and guides us?

"Yet when holy lovers of God cry out to him with all their hearts, the Lord will hear them and come to rescue them from all their troubles. The Lord is close to all whose hearts are crushed by pain, and he is always ready to restore the repentant one. Even when bad things happen to the good and godly ones, the Lord will save them and not let them be defeated by what they face." PSALM 34:17-19 TPT 

Another passage to reflect on:

PSALM 23:4


Persevere into places of BOLDNESS

In this coming month we feel that God is inviting us to step into great faith as God calls us into obedience and imparts into us a deeper sense of identity, purpose and calling. There is grace to take a step forward and MOVE. We pray you have opportunities to come face to face with God as you sit with the pieces that resonate. 

We feel that for many of us, we may have been feeling uneasy recently. Or felt stuck in this season and have felt like there’s no progression. And for many this may have meant that we have missed the bigger picture of what God has placed in front of us. And within this time, maybe we have started doubting God - His plans for us, what He is calling us into and what He’s said.

However, we believe that instead of doubting and staying stagnant, God is preparing us for the bigger picture, and not only that, He is inviting us to take a step and to MOVE. We feel Him asking us if we are willing to move on from the doubt and if we are willing to once again give Him full access to our hearts and lives. 

We feel that in the past season God has been pressing into our hearts a deeper sense of identity, purpose and calling. For some, God has already pressed a calling on your heart through the waves and tensions of the past season. For others, as we continue into this next month, He is placing His hand on your heart and imparting fresh vision and calling. 

We pray that as you move into the things God has for you that you would begin to notice and be reminded of the very things God has written on your heart. 

We feel that within this, God is inviting us to PERSEVERE in faith. To not shy away from what He is calling us into, to not shy away from the ‘new normal’, to not shy away from spending time with Him and to not shy away from being bold and sharing the Gospel. 

We believe there is an invitation to great BOLDNESS, as God gives us the strength we need to step into our callings and the new things He is doing in our lives. 

“But those who wait for the Lord (who expect, look for, and hope in Him), will gain new strength and renew their power; they will lift up their wings (and rise up close to God) like eagles (rising toward the sun); They will run and not become weary, they will walk and not grow tired” Isaiah 40:31 AMP

The question now is; will we respond in obedience? Will we respond with a willing heart? Obedience is an active response to carrying out the word and will of God. Allow this obedience to be rooted in the beauty of trust and surrender in Jesus, His paths lead to life.

“But this is the new covenant I will make with the people of Israel after those days,” says the Lord. “I will put my instructions deep within them, and I will write them on their hearts. I will be their God, and they will be my people.” Jeremiah 31:33

We believe that God is calling us to be bold and move. To step out in faith in the places we feel Him leading us as we go forward. We may not be able to see clearly or even know the exact details of the journey, but within the grace of God is the security of His Kingdom. There is security in His presence, “Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty. This I declare about the Lord: He alone is my refuge, my place of safety (Psalm 91:1-2). Wherever He is, that is a secure place to be. 

Through every season and in every leg of the journey, we are invited to abide in Him. As we walk through the rest of this year, may we declare in confidence “He alone in my refuge”. As we respond to the call He’s placed on us, may we have the courage to “walk by faith, not by sight” (2 Corinthians 5:7).


The Endurance Of The New

This month we felt the Lord highlight that He’s calling us into endurance, He’s bringing out the new and that there’s an emphasis on joy!

As things continue to change and shift, may you find yourself in the process of God birthing new things in you. May the pain and burdens of this long 6 month period start to lift, and may you find yourself in the joy of surrender.

We pray this word blesses you and stretches you as you walk into this new month of November.


Has there ever been a time in your life where you’ve felt like you’re in a dry season? Maybe for some it’s this season now. It’s times like these where our faith can be shaken, tested and stretched. Sometimes, as we go through wearing seasons, temptation can become prominent in our lives. This is where we can’t give up, instead - take heart as we feel God is calling us now to endure.

Shame wants to make us feel like we can’t measure up to what God has planned for our lives. Whispering lies into our ears, making us point fingers at ourselves saying “I’m not good enough. I’m not worthy enough. I’m not beautiful. I’m not called for greatness”. The enemy can constantly try to make us think about our past shame and insecurity and let it define us. But Jesus wants to set us free from things that could be holding us hostage. He breaks the chains that shame would try to hold us in.

For the ones in that dry place - we feel that God is building you in this time. He is working on you day by day. Today, let God rebuild what had to be torn down in order for Him to come in and build a new strong, standing foundation. It might seem messy to you, but He sees the end masterpiece! His works are good! Anything that isn’t built on Jesus will fall, leaving you with the opportunity to invite God in to rebuild and reset the foundation.

Emotions are fleeting and the flesh will deceive you but ONLY JESUS WILL LEAD and heal you. He sees you in your redeemed fullness (2 Cor 3:18). He calls you and equips you, HE LOVES YOU!

22 “And he has taught you to let go of the lifestyle of the ancient man, the old self - life, which was corrupted by sinful and deceitful desires that spring from delusions. 23 Now it’s time to be made new by every revelation that’s been given to you. 24 And to be transformed as you embrace the glorious Christ-within as your new life and live in union with him! For God has recreated you all over again in his perfect righteousness, and you now belong to him in the realm of true holiness”. - Ephesians 4:22-24 TPT

A song to reflect on:
+ Make Room // The Church Will Sing, Community Music


The past 6 months have been full of birthing pains as we've experienced pain in many different areas of our lives; for many this has included sickness; both mentally and physically. But now, we feel God is saying "the baby is coming". In this next season, there may be new things birthed within us. He is bringing us into a NEW season, full of NEW adventures, NEW opportunities and NEW challenges.

This is going to be a season of TESTIMONY as God brings us out of this past season that has been full of pain, insecurities, sickness, toxic situations and into something new. Amidst this birthing, we feel God is inviting us to step into a place of healing and wholeness.

There is an invitation to LET GO of all that we have gone through these past 6 months, to give it all over to God and let him heal us. There is also an invitation to SURRENDER our lives, our plans and our ideas of what the coming season will look like.

Don't miss the new He wans to do in our lives! In the laying down of the old, we feel God will come through with the new.

A song to reflect on:
+ New Wine // Hillsong Worship


This month we hear God is asking us this question: “What are you feeding on?” Galatians 5:22 lists the fruits of the Spirit (TPT): Joy that overflows, peace that subdues, kindness in action, a life full of virtue, faith that prevails, gentleness of heart, strength in spirit.

What have we been feeding on in this season? Maybe we’ve been filling up from worldly streams like ideals that come to us through social media and everything that has currently been trending (these past months have thrown so many big political/social/moral opinions and ideals at us!). And now, God is posing the question: What are you feeding on? This is an invitation to throw into the wind the things that don’t line up with the Kingdom of God and readjust our hearts to be nourished by the Word. And there’s an invitation to “feast on joy”

Out of those fruits listed in Galatians 5, there’s an emphasis on JOY. Joy will be a marker of our authority as children of God. As the world looks in every direction for something firm to hold onto; may they see the church rise up JOYFULLY!

We feel God is gifting and blessing us with joy! As we continue to venture onward, will we choose to put on joy? Will we take off the burdens and worries the world may have placed on us this season and pick up joy instead? Remember joy will be a marker of our authority. Joy will be a sign that we, as children of God, are victorious and glorious!

Maybe you’re thinking, but how can I have joy? Like it was mentioned in the first part of this word, this season may have taken you to a place you maybe thought you’d never be in spiritually, mentally maybe even physically.

In Matthew 5, Jesus shares a profound message that is FULL of promise. If this season has brought you to a place of heaviness, may this scripture fill you with hope and help guide you to the land full of the greater promises God has for you. Listed here are just a few of Jesus’ statements from Matthew 5 (AMP), but go ahead and read the full scripture and allow Jesus’ promises to speak into you and guide you!

3 “Blessed [spiritually prosperous, happy, to be admired] are the poor in spirit [those devoid of spiritual arrogance, those who regard themselves as insignificant], for theirs is the kingdom of heaven [both now and forever].

4 “Blessed [forgiven, refreshed by God’s grace] are those who mourn [over their sins and repent], for they will be comforted [when the burden of sin is lifted].

6 “Blessed [joyful, nourished by God’s goodness] are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness [those who actively seek right standing with God], for they will be [completely] satisfied.

10 “Blessed [comforted by inner peace and God’s love] are those who are persecuted for doing that which is morally right, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven [both now and forever]”.

October - Restoration & Revival

What a journey this year has been! And again, we’re at the start of a new month. Know that God is proud of you for persevering through this season, and He is surely instilling something great in you. This month's word points to just this. God is transforming us on the inside, He is inviting us to position ourselves for restoration and revival! And as we walk through those things personally, we’ll see it happen in the wider body too! We pray that this word blesses you and helps you move into step with God as this season continues!


This month there is an invitation to come and sit at God’s feet, at the mercy seat. Not only are we invited, but we have the choice to move towards this opportunity. This season has been one where we’ve had to retreat to the mountain, a place of solitude and isolation. In this space we can sit at God’s feet and move into a space of ENCOUNTER. Over this month position yourself to sit at the mercy seat. This is where ATONEMENT will occur. What is atonement? “The act by which God restores a relationship of harmony and unity between Himself and human beings. Through God’s atoning grace and forgiveness, we are reinstated to a relationship of restored unity with God in spite of our sin” - Hayford Bible Handbook. There’s a reconciliation God wants with us that can only come through repentance. Beautiful repentance. As we turn away from sin, and enter into God’s presence at the mercy seat, atonement and restoration can take place. 

Psalm 84 is a beautiful passage to meditate on. It opens like this “God of Heaven's Armies, you find so much beauty in your people. They’re like lovely sanctuaries of your presence.”
We are a sanctuary for the Holy Spirit to come and rest. When Jesus died and the veil tore in the Holy of Holies, God’s presence was let loose and came to rest in His people. We became the sanctuary of his presence. 

God wants to PURIFY our hearts at this time. As He restores, he also purifies. He wants to clear out the pain, the burdens and RESTART the fire in your heart. Pour out these things at Jesus’ feet, and He’ll come wrap his grace and mercy around you. Restoration will first look like that picture of atonement, then He is going to POUR OUT with gifts of provision, healing, calling and purpose. Again in Psalm 84, verse 6-7 “Even when their paths wind through the dark valleys of tears, they DIG DEEP to find a pleasant pool where others only find pain. He gives them a brook of blessing filled with the rain of an outpouring. They grow stronger and stronger with every step forward!”

All this is to prepare us individually for what He is swiftly doing collectively in the body. Renewed people make a renewed body. As we are reconciled to Him, the body too is reconciled to Him, and this is a marker of how His justice is flowing through the earth. 
Jeremiah 32:36-41 is titled ‘A Promise of Restoration - “Now I want to say something more about this city. You have been saying, ‘It will fall to the king of Babylon through war, famine, and disease.’ But this is what the Lord, the God of Israel, says: I will certainly bring my people back again from all the countries where I will scatter them in my fury. I will bring them back to this very city and let them live in peace and safety. They will be my people, and I will be their God. And I will give them one heart and one purpose: to worship me forever, for their own good and for the good of all their descendants. And I will make an everlasting covenant with them: I will never stop doing good for them. I will put a desire in their hearts to worship me, and they will never leave me. I will find joy doing good for them and will faithfully and wholeheartedly replant them in this land.”

This passage in Jeremiah lists many similarities to our current situation. Let’s be a people of His promise. He promises to restore. Not to how things were before, but restore the people back to Him! Carefully read the promises at the end of the passage and be confident to stand on them. As these promises are playing out, we will see the revival that is currently taking place.


As we prepare for what is to happen in the body, how we are positioned is key. The following things can be fought for and realigned at the mercy seat. Pay attention to these things. Allow yourself to surrender and lean in! Keep leaning in to prayer and intercession Ephesians 6:18 “Pray in the Spirit at all times and on every occasion. Stay alert and be persistent in your prayers for all believers everywhere”

Have we prepared? To be at the front of revival, let’s first experience revival within our own hearts and lives. Have we put on the armour of God? (Ephensians 6:12-18). Have we positioned ourselves to receive healing, forgiveness and cleansing? Are we connected to the vine? (John 15). Are we positioned to hear what God wants to say? Are we ready to step out and follow His voice? 

When Jesus sat with the women at the well (John 4:20-26), He told her that worship now was not of right place but of right heart. Here, the word worship refers to the physical positioning of our body (like to bow in reverence). 


Something greater is coming next year and God is preparing us for the next season. It’s so easy to feel stuck in a season, but that doesn't need to remain permanent. 2020 for each person has been different and for some it has been a year of rest. It’s crazy sometimes how we plan a year ahead and then God can completely change ‘our’ plans, for it isn’t ‘His’ plans for our lives. It’s easy for us to become the author of our own story, but instead we need to give it to God, for He is in control and He was able to write our own story for our lives, as we were stitched in our mothers wombs. 

There is this stigma going around that 2020 is ‘cancelled’. That it’s a write off, but that doesn’t need to be the case. Instead, let’s flip that notion and press into what God is calling our lives to be in 2020. It is only cancelled because we have called it to be. Just because it isn’t going the way we wanted, or the way we planned, why does it automatically need to be cancelled? Just because you envisioned 2020 to be a year of travel, maybe starting a new job or even trying something new, God has something bigger in store for your life. Instead of you being on-the-go all the time, maybe this year was meant to be a year of rest. Slowing down. Spending time with God more, instead of desiring what you want for your life. We can’t look at 2020 as something that is weighing us down.



Deep sounds of intercession. This is the overarching theme for this month's word. I feel so strongly that there is grace for deep prayer and worship. All our opinions and differences aside, we cannot deny we are in a unique and challenging position in our state (also nation and world). The scripture gives us examples of what happens when the church begins to pray, the earth shakes, miraculous things happen and impossible situations wildly shift. If things have looked shaky, that’s okay, the next paragraph is for you! Remember you don’t need fancy prayer to have big faith. For those of you who would say your prayer life has been fairly steadfast over these few months, keep going!

Before we jump in, let’s address something first: You are God’s beloved. Again, YOU are God’s BELOVED. No matter how insane this season has been, if you’ve had deeply challenging days, days that are pretty good, you are still God’s beloved. This will never ever change.

Let’s quickly debunk the voice of the enemy that might shame us into believing we’re not doing good enough in this season “I haven’t prayed enough, I haven’t worshipped enough, I haven’t been productive enough ….” The list goes on and on. Maybe you’ve come across similar thoughts that seem to ruminate. Friends, that’s not God’s voice. He’s corrections, they can sting, will lovingly and ultimately lead us back to him. 

God’s grace runs deep. Right into every single crevasse of this strange season; as we wake up, He pours his grace over the day. No matter what the past weeks of this season has looked like for you; if your desire is to seek His word and His face, He will kindly meet you. Throw away the shame of the past and remember who you are. I pray that God’s voice will come in and give you the truth over your identity. Take hold of the authority that has been given to you through Jesus. With God there is always an invitation to come and sit at His feet and be refreshed in His word. We pray that this month you will be abundantly blessed and that these words will encourage you to go deep! 


I saw the Word of God being breathed out of the people in this community. Fire was coming out of our mouths, and it was coming from deep within. It was like God had anointed our words, and as we spoke our words purified the spaces around us. The fire did not bring destruction. 

Whether it’s in your conversations with the people around you at the moment or even in your prayer time; God is giving you the words to speak at the right time, and giving you heavenly wisdom, boldness and insight as you engage with the people around you at the moment. May the words you speak be marked by God. And bring purification, healing and unity. 

As you pray, speak out what He shows you, literally say out loud what He shows you and build your prayers around it. Psalm 119:13 TPT - I speak continually of your laws as I recite out loud your counsel to me.
If He shows you places, pray over those places. If He shows you people, pray for those people. If He highlights a scripture, speak out that scripture. 
The scriptures coming up speak of the earth shaking as the children of God began to pray. 

As God brings about a deep work of restorations and justice  in our nation and in our state, He is calling us, His beloved sons and daughters to be advocates, and to help lay a foundation for the works he wants to do to establish His Kingdom here. 


Acts 4:23-31 (Synopsis)
The church prayed in boldness as they were filled with the Holy Spirit, the earth shook beneath them, causing the building they were in to TREMBLE!
Acts 16:23-38 (Synopsis)
Paul and Silas begin to pray and sing praises to God while they are locked in the most secure cell in prison. A great earthquake shakes the foundation of the prison. Every cell door flies open and every prisoner chain comes loose.
Romans 8:19-21
All of creation waits with eager longing for God to reveal his children. For creation was condemned to lose its purpose, not of its own will, but because God willed it to be so. Yet there was the hope that creation itself would one day be set free from its slavery to decay and would share the glorious freedom of the children of God.

In Romans, it says that creation longs for God to reveal his children, as one day creation itself will be set free from slavery and share the glorious freedom of the children of God. 
The Passion Translation says verse 19 this way: The entire universe is standing on tiptoe, yearning to see the unveiling of God’s glorious sons and daughters. 
(Referencing the TPT footnotes; standing on tiptoe meaning creation is waiting in intense anticipation on what is about to happen. The word unveiling used here is the same word used in Revelation to describe the unveiling of Jesus Christ. The unveiling is soon to happen and sure to take place.

Now looking at Acts, can we see how the earth responds when the children of God begin to pray? When they are full of the Holy Spirit? The earth shakes! Things in the natural cannot help but to respond to the Kingdom that is in us! 

In this season you’re prayer, you’re worship, you’re intercession changes things that are natural. Do not underestimate the power of your bold prayer. If there was ever a time to go full guns ablazing in worship and prayer the time is now. I pray that you find the opportunities and spaces to do this. Be sensitive to the Holy Spirit’s prompting. Like it was stated earlier, it's okay to start simple. 


Creative solutions are being given to the visionaries.
Let’s define ‘creative’, in this word, I’m not simply referring to ‘artists’, think more innovators, visionaries, entrepreneurs, dreamers. Anyone who sees a need, or is carrying the seed of a vision but hasn't found the solution yet. This is for you.

I see God giving creative keys and solutions to those of you who have encountered problems where earthly solutions have run short, and you have a desire to see these things solved. Where you’ve had a passion in your heart, but haven’t had the vision to see it through, God is making a way. He is giving you the vision for it. If you’ve had a vision or stirring for something that doesn’t have a blue print, God is going to begin revealing your first steps to begin building. God is building His Kingdom here. He makes all things good. If we look around us at the moment, we can clearly see that God is not finished yet. Romans 8:28 TPT

If this word sparks something, I encourage you to go listen to Jody’s Message - Don’t Just Stand There - 23/2/2020. Find it on the Discovery Church Podcast. 

Acts 1:8 TPT “But I promise you this—the Holy Spirit will come upon you and you will be filled with power. And you will be my messengers to Jerusalem, throughout Judea, the distant provinces (Sameria), even to the remotest places on earth!”

In the message, Jody lists examples for these places that God has called us - Jerusalem (the local sphere), Judea (the wider network), Samaria (a different culture/ people group), The ends of the earth (dreams you are yet to realise and walk out, things that you don’t have language for yet). 

The Holy Spirit lives in you! You are filled with power! You are God’s messenger to wherever and whoever he has called you. Ask, and you’ll receive. Seek and you’ll find. Knock, God will open the door(Matthew 7:7). Come before God with the things that are on your heart in this season. He sees you. He sees your heart. He cares about the things you care for, He’s the one who put them there. He will surely bring you the solutions and keys to the assignments he has for you.

Don't Just Stand There - Jody's Message from 23-2-2020