The podcast below from Charlie Shamp is strategic for our times… I say this because I believe we need revelation from heaven on how to live and operate in our world.

There is an ongoing reaction among some believers that’s legitimate. This reaction sometimes says that the new thing God is doing is just one more in a long line of ‘new things’ and how incredibly disappointing it is when nothing happens. But our Father doesn’t have that view. I think, if he did, he wouldn’t have bothered to birth Jesus into our world. Thank goodness, his perspective is much more hopeful.


We often acknowledge we live in a world where our wickedness of heart appears powerful and overwhelming. For example, we’ve just had a summer where a number of individuals were brutally murdered and we can’t understand it with our human reasoning or feelings. We are rightly appalled and shocked.  But, as people who know Jesus, human reasoning and feeling isn’t the basis on which we live. Aren’t we called to rise above those human emotions to a spiritual perception based on faith?  Can we afford to be cynical about what God is doing? I don’t think so but we have to acknowledge our cynicism because of the nature of man’s inhumanity to man on our planet.

Processing and feeling these emotions isn’t easy and helps us to understand what’s going on for us but I know I don’t want to remain in hopelessness.   Can we, afresh, recognise and hope that God could be doing a ‘new thing’?   Can we have a hope that isn’t in man, but in God and in his faithfulness? If we can, it’ll generate a response of faith in our hearts and offer hope to others.  And hope and faith are the means by which we earth what God is releasing.

And so I say again that revelation of hope, faith and new things God is doing are strategic for our times.  Thanks Charlie.

Moving in Chariots of Translation: Charlie Shamp.


One of Paul’s many gifts is bringing us all back to how we live… Fruitful? Loving? Shared? Humble? So heavenly-minded, we’re extremely earthly good?!

Originally posted on Out of The Shadows.:

We Had Joy, We Had Fun.

This week have been talking, thinking, debating, upsetting, unsettling, freeing people on the subject of words concerning entering new seasons. A phrase I myself have used a zillion times in the past as I have ‘prophesied’ and released words concerning new seasons that are upon us or imminent or that God wants to release upon the earth. Seasons of revival, seasons of growth, seasons of blessing, seasons of hearing God’s voice with clarity, seasons of crossing over into promised lands etc etc. If there was something exciting to be had a season has probably been promised. There is always a desire for God to take us to another place and another level. All these seasons promised and yet life goes on. Looking back I realise they are very easy phrases to throw around in the hype of the charimaniacal gathering because everyone gets excited…

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Well worth a read (and the other links below). Let it blow your mind, go to scripture, think, meditate and engage…

Originally posted on Sons Of Issachar:

hpbpMike Parsons
with Jeremy Westcott – 

When Adam was created a spirit being, he was clothed with glory. Spirit, soul, body – but the spirit was on the outside of him and the body on the inside. There was no blood, because he was a being of light.

Adam originally had one triple-helix with three DNA strands that represented body, soul and spirit made in the image of God. He was created with the potential to become a fully mature son of God, embracing the nine strands (3×3) of DNA that represent the fullness of God, added to his three strands to form the twelve that represents the fullness of government.

I will go into this in more detail in the rest of this post, but what is important to grasp is that we have the capacity to change, to be transformed, at a level beyond what most of us have ever imagined.


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For I am in love with Him, … with God.
He is always on my mind.
With all my strength, I dream about him.
On my bed, weak and lonely,
I think about Him, dream about Him.
He’s always on my mind… I am always on His mind.
The Lord thinks about me, dreams about me
Because I am always on his mind.
God is in love with me.
He is able to keep what I have committed to Him,
To bring me forth in love.
I say yes, I want to be with you Father.
You move my heart with sweet Bliss.
Piercing my very will,
The reason to live and love again.
Hope for mankind.
Walking in the Spirit day by day,
In the enveloping weakness
Wearied, ravished,
Undone in my Father’s embrace of love
Bringing me forth in love.
He desires to be with me
Longing for…

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Blog: NATO in Wales


A call for ekklesia to rise up…

Originally posted on Company of Burning Hearts:

We are thrilled that after six years of engaging the Governmental mountain in the Kingdom realm of the Father, NATO are right now in WALES. It is the largest gathering of world leaders the UK has ever hosted. They are right on our doorstep at the East Gate. Cardiff and Newport is abuzz with Police and Security people. Obama and Cameron are a few miles away. 

The Nations have come to WALES. The ‘Kings’ have come to our rising (small though it yet may be). They have come here needing clarity and strength. One NEWS paper asked does Wales still breathe fire? Because the Paper said – the Leaders really need it right now. It is not a time to be faint hearted. 


Our national Angels are called PASSION, FIRE and GLORY according to Ian Clayton. We need them more than ever right now. We need the virtue and enablement they bring. This…

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Yes to Union and Togetherness.


I believe that on so many levels our islands need to stay united.

I’ve been praying and mulling this and the nature and character of the way we could separate disturbs my spirit.  Each of the other nations has been appallingly treated by EFamily 3ngland historically but much has been done through true repentance and forgiveness to heal those actions. Not all though. But it’s still not a good enough excuse to leave our union.

I was asking the Lord for a heavenly perspective on this only the day before yesterday and he gave it through a friend of mine. He said “These islands are a family”. And I suddenly saw that he sees us that way.  I got the impression that each nation plays a part in this family as in any family but that there’s been so much hurt and control and abuse that a legitimate reaction in Scotland and Wales and Ireland is similar to that of teenagers who want to run away from the abuse and leave home. Rightly so. But they’re more grown up than that and running away doesn’t solve the problem and it doesn’t lead to restoration and wholeness.  It’s a hard truth but in order to receive healing, we all have to face our past actions.  And that’s a process.

The English have often expressed themselves like a Father who’s had enough of his control being rebelled against. Sadly we’ve brought this situation on ourselves. It may be a Just result of the hurt we’ve inflicted but it’s not a Grace result. That will only come through Love. For a Father character to truly love his children in word and action, he needs to see what’s happened and humble himself.  That includes not holding on wrongly.  And actually, isn’t that what’s happening?  They’ve forced the choice on us and we’re sad, but we have to engage it.  So, must we let them go for a season, hoping and praying they’ll return because we truly love them? Possibly but perhaps not.

There is a heartcry for recognition going up from the Scots at the moment – a troubled lament that pulls at our heart strings… It’s a valid cry  “We’re grown up! We’ve contributed so much to you.  Please let us continue to engage and stand alongside you, England, in the world!”   It’s time for them to walk in this and maybe even the process of choosing in the Referendum will help them to stand – as it has Eire.  They are full grown and need their space.

But we don’t want complete cut off or separation, do we? We want them to stay in our island family. If they do that voluntarily – how much more powerful and deep will be the relationship then? It’s a risk, yes. But it’s the same risk we take with our young adults, with mature believers who vote with their Spirit and feet about how to be believers, what God is doing, even leaving church so they can fly. And we English need to continue going on our knees, saying “We love you. We don’t want to control you any more! We’re sorry. We humble ourselves and lay our heart before you – we honour you, we respect you. We hear you. Please come back into our family.”

I don’t want the Scots to leave the Union. In any way. I want them to choose to be part of our Family, to continue to offer and contribute their gifts and skills and pioneering warrior spirit to the world as a full part of this Family. What they carry is unique and we won’t find it elsewhere. The same is true of the Welsh and Irish. We desperately need them all. And they need us.

God can restore our Family of Islands but it may take time. It may not take the same shape. And that’ll certainly take loving prayer.


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