In the 2020 election, some Christians gave prophecies about the outcome of the presidential election. Some observed that the prophets were wrong and were almost glad about it. Whether you gave a prophecy or you are standing in judgment against a prophet, keep eternity in mind, knowing you have to stand before God in the Great Day. If you were wrong or if you are angry at those who have failed you, repent and ask God for forgiveness. When you fail, demonstrate your transformation. If you have fallen or been disappointed, if you are discouraged in your faith, say to God, “Please forgive me.” God can still use you in the transformation of a generation.
On the Kingmakers Call of January 4, 2021, people shared considerations as we look back on 2020 and begin the New Year. Bishops Wellington Boone and Garland Hunt, and men and women on the Kingmakers call gave their perspective. Anyone can join the Kingmakers call with Bishop Wellington Boone Mondays at 5:00 AM EST. Call 712-775-8902, Code 637912.
Bishop Hunt reminded us that God always has a remnant, that which is left. Their roots go downward and they bear fruit upward (Isaiah 37:31). Humility is a character quality of the remnant. Read Bishop Boone’s book Low Road to New Heights.
Some states and nations reportedly have new strands of the coronavirus. Authorities use that as an excuse for continued restrictions on the church. Bishop Boone told a spiritual son in South Africa to stop emphasizing the virus and start saying what God is doing. No word from God is void of power. (See Luke 1:37.)
Bishop Boone has been teaching on the five ingredients of the Holy Anointing Oil (Exodus 30). The first ingredient is myrrh, which is bitter. We have gone through a bitter period in 2020. Israel was tested with a bitter trial in the wilderness. Only Joshua and Caleb made it though. God always has a remnant.
Winning the lost, discipleship, signs and wonders may be portals into the eternal Word of God that you are becoming. Organization, kingdom, family, and eternity are four different entities that all work differently. “Every Family Is a World” (an audio series from Bishop Boone) can help you get an eternal perspective on everyday life on earth.