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prophetic message - Dealing with Leadership and togetherness

THE book of memorial

Scriptural Context: Exodus 17:8-16; Deuteronomy 28:7; Ecclesiastes 4:12

Beloved Friends,

The Godhead (God the Father, God the Son—Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost) brings a word of remembrance with divine insight, direction, and encouragement to propel the people of God in the faith, herein, obtaining the promises and blessings of the Lord through belief, faith, and actions of obedience of great inheritance ordained for the people of God through Jesus Christ. Thought to Ponder: We must rehearse and remember the promises of God. 

Today's message scene has been set with two views of togetherness in the valley and togetherness in the hill-top to overcome in victory with the same mission. Moses as the appointed leader of prayer intercession and Joshua the appointed leader of war. These two leaders lead by the Spirit of God, the Holy Spirit envisioned victory to overcome the enemy. Thus, God speaks of the power of "Jehovah Nissi, The Lord is My Banner."

Let us take a spiritual journey in the scripture context with fourteen impact lessons:

Fourteen Impact Lessons - Talking of Matters of Promise Leadership

  1. The wilderness of deliverance requires another level of victory (Exodus 17:9)
  2. To overcome the enemy, you must go out against the enemy to fight, not be timid, and at the right time
  3. The power of togetherness in the valley led by Joshua and the hilltop led by Moses was/are parallels to absolute victory
  4. Moses used a symbolic rod of power and authority released of the Lord God empowered in the hands of Moses
  5. Moses had the Wisdom of God to take Aaron and Hur with him to the higher level. That of strength, vitality, and weaponized with prayer
  6. Victory comes symbolically when our hands are lifted to the Lord, surrendering to God’s power to overcome the enemy, and help from the Lord
  7. Although you start standing prevailing against the enemy, the shift of sitting has the same power with the right help on each side, and the Lord
  8. The togetherness of Aaron and Hur lifted Moses spiritually when the weight of war and physical heaviness came upon Moses. Know the right people to yoke, connect in togetherness to withstand (Exod. 17:12; Eccl. 4:12)
  9. Joshua and the men of war in the valley fighting the enemy, took the Word of Moses, the appointed vessel, because they remembered the Red Sea victory, and envisioned victory
  10. After the victory, the Lord Spoke to Moses to write a memorial in a book of promise a sworn oath to generations
  11. The Lord will wipe out the remembrance of your enemies and war against your enemies from generations to generations
  12. We must remember “Jehovah Nissi,” remember the “Lord is my victory,” remember the “Altar in prayer,” remember the “Lord’s power,” remember to have this testimony with confidence, “The Lord is My Banner.”
  13. The rehearse of the Words of Promise to Joshua resonated in his Spirit, prepared Joshua to possess, and cross over to the promise land.
  14. Remember, the promise, “The Lord Is My Banner!” 

Concluding, we may not have a symbolic rod as Moses, but what we do have is "The Word of God," the "Promise of the Written Word," the "Promise of the Book of Memorial," and the "Promise of Jehovah Nissi" coming to us today when we lift up our hands and the Word of God, decreeing the Word of God, and surrendering to the power and authority of Jesus Christ in prayer.

Be Blessed and stay connected to Jesus,

Prophetess (Lady) Cynthia Kelly
God’s Humble Servant
International Author
#MotivationalWisdom Podcast Host​