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  • Martyrdom
    By : Katherine Thomas On February 9th 2021
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    There is *something* big here (as if you didn't know it lol). This month I've been reading the book "Rees Howells: Intercessor" and one of the chapters tells the story of when the Holy Spirit called Rees to be a "living martyr" for the Lord; I've been pondering the depth of that meaning ever since.
    We are already committed on Thursday nights, so I'll look forward to the next offering of the Prepared for Martyrdom class. In the meantime, I'll be pressing in close to the Trinity for what He's saying about this to me. Thanks for the confirmation!

  • So excited!
    By : Roxy On February 9th 2021
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    Hey Arthur, sorry for the late answer, I think it's extraordinary the theme of this course and very relevant for this times. In January we started a group with the children and our goal is to teach them about their spirit and how to grow it and use it in every day life, preparing them to become a supernatural prophetic generation. Martyrdom is another aspect that we've planned to discuss with this group of children so they can be ready when the time comes. Since August I started counseling psychology with kids so descovering their design it is essential. I just want to celebrate how the Holy Spirit works in the same time, in different parts of the world and how He pours the will of the Father into our spirits. I love when He synchronizes the body of Christ...it makes me sparkle and enthusiastic! I will pray for you!

    Replied by : Arthur Burk Synchronizes the body of Christ. Excellent phrase.

  • Prophet/Mercy Class
    By : Sharon Myers On February 6th 2021
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    I don’t know if I am a prophet raised by a Mercy or a Mercy following Prophets. I have heard you say that we should be able to distinguish between the two. I remember you also saying other people had that confusion. If that could be addressed, it might help a few of us.
    Thank you.

    Replied by : Arthur Burk It is actually quite common for a Prophet or Mercy to be confused about their gift. It usually comes from a deeply wounded childhood. The Prophet gets pounded and develops a keen sense of compassion (mostly only for the underdog) and the Mercy gets pounded and figures out if he doesn't find a spine and establish some boundaries, he is not going to make it in life. So the Mercy develops a sense of justice.

  • Finding Hidden Design
    By : Jeanne Netzer On February 6th 2021
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    I am a mother of 3 married kids who each have 4 kids. Have taken sev classes and many videos online. Excited to learn more.

  • Grandma’s
    By : Donna Hall On February 5th 2021
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    I may be 68 years old but I am a mom not a grandma to an 11 year old, and 17 year old. Looking forward to the class on design.