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Wednesday, June 30 2010

And Paul went down, and fell on him, and embracing him said, "Trouble not yourselves, for his life is in him." Acts 20 v.9; And (Elisha) stretched himself on him and the flesh of the child became warm. 2 Kings 4 v.34

      "Stretch" seems to be the word of the hour. There is a stretching embrace that drives out death as we release the anointing and allow God's power to pour out of us into others. When was the last time you grabbed someone, held tight and gave all your love and His love for a Life-Fight?

       First you need confidence in the anointing. Burden-breaking, yoke-destroying power of God in you. Compassion, as with Jesus at the tomb of Lazarus, triggers the anointing. Your confidence will increase as you step out in faith more and more and more. Do something. If you are afraid to grab or embrace, start by touching someone's arm or taking them by the hand as you pray for them.

        Our daily routine of prayer, Bible-reading, fellowshipping with the Lord is the fuel for the fire!  Also be quick to confess sin and quick to repent. And if "stretch" is the word of the hour, then even in these areas more is required to get the job done. Don't ask me how! I'm stretching, too!

Father: You're embracing my world today and I s-t-r-e-t-c-h to reach back with open arms! I love you, Jesus!

Lee Andrews

June 30, 2010

Tuesday, June 29 2010

She stretched out her hand to the poor; yea, she reacheth forth her hands to the needy. Prov 31 v. 20; Thou openest thine hand and satisfiest the desire of every living thing. Ps. 145 v.16;

     Years ago I was in a class on the Supernatural at Lakewood's Family Life Institute and as the teacher taught from the Book of Acts, God gave me a picture. There were four women making up a bed in a bedroom that had windows. As each of them held a corner of the sheet, they lifted it up in the air to fluff and smooth it out. But as they lifted it, it kept going up, up, up. The roof disappeared and they looked up as the sheet suddenly took the everyday and the mundane to a new level.

      What was God saying? I didn't know how to put it into words back then, but today I'm hearing this: God wants to invade our everyday life with the supernatural. I am also deeply impressed with how God wants to use the work of women together. By this I mean both what is considered "women's work"; washing, folding, ironing, bed-making,etc. And I also mean the work of women together. Proverbs 31 connects the mundane hum-drum to the Kingdom heights. A woman's faithful and holy service in the home is elevated so that there can be a bridge between Heaven and Earth. Because of her, as it is in Heaven, so it is on earth.  

     Whether her prayers of purpose and destiny make even the bed-sheets carry her family up into God's high purposes, or whether her dirt-busting, peace-enforcing cleaning shines her home happy, or her very smart investing brings financial growth, this woman has the eternal on her mind and in her open, outstretched hands.

Father: I know there is more to life than I can see. Make me Kingdom-minded. I open my hands to the poor and needy so Heaven's uplift will come today.

Lee Andrews

June 29, 2010


Monday, June 28 2010

I will send an angel before you and I will drive out the Canaanite, the Amorite, the Hittite, the Perizzite, the Hivite and the Jebusite. Go up to a land flowing with milk & honey. Ex.33v.2

    My second night sleeping on the floor after our recent move brought the discovery of piles of tiny ants in my blanket, bedspread and sheets! They were in the carpets and the bathroom. The ants drove me out of my room and out of my comfort zone. I was angry and sad, but we went to church, thanking God for our new home. We still had ants when I came home, but my attitude was somewhat better. I prayed about the ants (and picked them off my arm as I sat on the carpet) until someone called with some practical advice. I jumped up and took action.

     Has He given you the land? Did He give it to for your destruction or for the utter destruction of the enemy? This is not the ants' land, it is ours!

Father: This is the day you have made and you have purchased for us. Today is Blood-Bought! Thank you for angelic assistance to take the land today!

Lee Andrews

June 28, 2010



Friday, June 25 2010

Then Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron at night and said, "Rise up, get out from among my people, both you and the sons of Israel; & go, worship the Lord, as you have said." Ex. 12 v.31

      When God moves, move! Even if it is just after midnight, like in our reading today. Breakthroughs can inconvenience our flesh, but oh, what a deliverance it brings! When God applies His pressure to everything that has resisted your victory, spring forward and take your spoils. We are usually tired at the culmination of a battle and the sluggishness that tiredness brings can cause us to misstep. Backlash is often a result of my punch-drunk flesh wanting a nap instead of a victory lap!

     But Pharaoh is speaking even to us before we get to the Victory's Promised Land, "At night, rise up, go and worship." Have you won a battle? In the early-morning darkness in this new place of Prevailing, heed instruction. Rise up- don't lie down, go and worship. From there you will get new strength from the joy of the Lord and new marching orders for the next battle ahead...

Father: In You we live and move (forward) and have our being! Praise Jesus!

Lee Andrews

June 25, 2010



Thursday, June 24 2010

Behold, if the Lord would make windows in heaven, might this thing be? 2Ki.7v.2

    Do you have prophecies or a word of promise from the Lord stored away in journals somewhere? Waiting or weariness can cause us to agree with the Voice of Unbelief in our reading today: Might this thing be? 

     Today gird up the loins of your mind and receive the Apostle Paul's command to us and to Timothy, his son in the faith: This command I entrust to you, (PUT YOUR NAME HERE), my son (or my daughter), in accordance with the prophecies previously made concerning you, that by them you fight a good fight, keeping faith and a good conscience, which some have rejected and suffered shipwreck in regard to their faith. 1 Tim.1v.18

      Dig out the notebook, look in the bookcase and find the place where it was written that your husband will be saved, you will start that business, your daughter will be healed. The Lord has made a window in heaven for you. Reach up by faith and receive your heavenly treasure.

Oh Father: Be it unto us according to Thy word! We believe!

Lee Andrews

June 24, 2010


Wednesday, June 23 2010

But you, when you pray, go into your inner room and when you shut your door, pray... Matt. 6 v.6; And she went up and laid him on the bed of the man of God and shut the door...2 Kings 4v.21; (Elisha) went therefore & shut the door upon them twain, & prayed unto the Lord. v.33

    It is wonderful to have people pray for you. Recently, my mom and I have asked so many mighty and loving people to pray for us. And God gave us a great victory. It is also awesome to pray with a group of people or with a special prayer partner. Some of the best times in my life have been at such gatherings. But essentially, prayer is the voice of my relationship with my God and Father, the Everlasting Creator.

    This morning there just seems to be something special about the words, "shut the door and pray." Have you shut the door? Every other voice, every other opinion, every other piece of advice, counsel, my own way of thinking, my desires SHUT OUT so that I can give pre-eminence to the King of my life. It is a fight to get in the Throne Room. Can I get a witness? (Or are you too busy to even do that!)

    A starving widow threatened with bankruptcy and foreclosure was given prophetic instruction that included the words: shut the door.  Behind the shut door, the miracle was poured out from a few drops of oil that flowed into provision to pay off her debts -with enough to live off of after that. (2nd Kings 4v.4)

Father: Help me to shut the door and pray. I am sorry for not praying as I should. Draw me.

Lee Andrews

June 23, 2010

Tuesday, June 22 2010

All the days of my struggle I will wait, until my change comes. Job 14v.14

    Our Unchanging God loves change! These shifting and moves are not direct results of the devil's work.(Oh, no, no no.) Change is the handiwork of God's longing for the precious produce of the soil. He longs for Harvest- for many sons and daughters to be brought into glory with Him forever. A family! All that we call life: the struggles, shifts and changes of destiny- is all for His strong desire to come into manifestation. Glory Be!

    One way of staying in strong and true agreement with the Spirit of God is by calling for change. Calling the things that be not as though they were. Romans 4 says that God " calls into being that which does not exist." 1 Corinthians gives us more high knowledge by telling us that the Lord has "chosen the things that are not, that He might nullify the things that are."

    Do you need something that does not exist yet?  Is there anything existing in your life, in your body or in your children that needs to be nullified? Agree with the Creator's desire and call for change!

Father: Change me, forever!


Lee Andrews

June 22, 2010


Monday, June 21 2010

Yet with respect to the promise of God, he did not waver in unbelief, but grew strong in faith, giving glory to God, and being fully assured that what He had promised, He was able also to perform. Rom. 4v. 20-21

    How long do you have to wait for the promise from God? Abraham could tell us that it can take a long time. But the Bible tells us that all his many years of waiting did not wear him down. Waiting increased his faith. Delayed promise means more prayer is needed for the promise's birth. More time is needed in the Presence of the Promised One Himself. 

    Are you believing God for something today? It is more real to you now than when you first believed His promise? Yesterday my Pastor mentioned "self-consultations" as he spoke on unbelief. And I thought of how what my fear says to me can sabotage my faith. Abraham's "self-consultations" did not rob his faith. He contemplated his own body and the deadness of Sarah's womb, but he still grew strong in faith. Increase in strength to conceive (like Sarah) be upon you!

Lee Andrews

June 21, 2010

Friday, June 18 2010

And of Asher he said....And as thy days, so shall they strength be. Deut. 33v.24

     The scripture of the day is the prophetic blessing Moses spoke over the tribe of Asher. The promise is there won't be more "day" than there is "strength."  The way these past intense days have been for me ( and I know for some of you as well), I am happy to know that!  "Happy" is fitting because the name of the tribe receiving this wonderful blessing means HAPPY. It also means "straight, level and right."

     What is God saying? No matter what the day brings, I will supply the strength. No matter what the day's circumstances bring, Happy is still your name. HAPPY is who you are everyday. Our strength to be happy is promised by Our Powerful God who straightens out the crooked, makes the path level and causes righteousness to prevail.

     Today, go forward! As the day, so shall your happy strength be!

Lee Andrews

June 18, 2010


Thursday, June 17 2010

Elijah said, Lord God of Abraham, Isaac & Israel, let it be known this day that thou art God in Israel and that I am thy servant, & that I have done all these things at thy word. I Ki.18 v.36

     Reading our verse of the day about the great showdown between Elijah and the false prophets of Ahab and Jezebel, I noted the physical endurance test that was part of the spiritual tour-de-force for this man of God.

     At midday he starts out by taking 12 stones (that had to have been big and heavy) and he built an altar. Then he dug a trench around this altar. Remember there had been no rain for three years, so the ground would have made for some very hard digging. The Bible does not say that his servants helped him do any of this. Then Elijah skinned or field-dressed a whole bullock. After that he does enlist the help of others to fill up the barrels with water and pour it on the altar. That was also to show his integrity.  There could be no suspicion of any hanky-panky with half-filled barrels to tarnish the wonder of God's answering with fire.

      I see God's grace to physically "ace" the spiritual tests ahead for us today. I pray this for everyone reading: Let it be known this day that you have done all at His word! The God Who Answers by Fire, let him be God!

I love you so much

Lee Andrews

June 17, 2010

Wednesday, June 16 2010

But lift thou up thy rod, and stretch out thine hand over the sea and divide it: and the children of Israel shall go on dry ground through the midst of the sea. Exodus 14 v.16

     Have you ever felt hemmed-in (or boxed-in) with an enemy army chasing you and a sea up ahead? Weren't you just itching to lift your hands, use your authority and divide the storm? In tough times we may feel our authority over the devil is battered and it won't get us over. But in our reading today, the Lord says, "Don't cry to Me. Use your authority. I'll back you up big-time!"

     Let me pray for you. Father, I ask for fresh confidence in the authority You have given to every believer reading this. As they raise their arms to part the sea, You raise your High & Mighty Outstretched Hand. Array the battle for victory today. Thank you for positioning Your Cloud and Your angel (Ex.14v.19-20) behind them in Your perfect Strategy. All for your Great Glory and Honor!

Lee Andrews

June 16, 2010

Tuesday, June 15 2010

Thy prayers and thine alms are come up for a memorial before God. Acts 10 v.4

     "Devote"  means to be a fan of something.  A fan is a fanatic! - Always thinking about the next Big Game or the next antique fair. The fan's gaze is always aimed at the object of desire. Are you devoted to prayer? Are you aiming your prayers up toward God?  Aiming your prayers up in expectation of blessings coming down is not a greedy, base motivation. It is faith and it is born out of a heart of love. You just want to make contact with the Lord, and out of that contact comes every good thing. 

      Cornelius, whose prayers are the subject of our scripture for the day, is described in the Bible as a "devout man, and one that feared God with all this house, which gave alms to the people and prayed to God always." Cornelius was devoted to prayer. He was a prayer fanatic and angels came to his house. He was also a giver and these two virtues were practiced by him consistently over a long period of time. Maybe his salary didn't come on time from the Rome main office to the Roman occupation of Caesarea. He gave. Maybe they never let him in the temple because he wasn't circumcised. He still gave- not knowing if he qualified for a return. Fans have faith in their teams and they scream and shout down to the last inning or seconds on the clock. Cornelius didn't quit praying and Heaven remembered.

Father: Help me to pray on! Help me to pray out! Help me to pray no matter what. Make me your No.#1 fan today!

Lee Andrews

June 15, 2010

Monday, June 14 2010

But Barnabas took (Saul) and brought him to the apostles, and declared unto them how he had seen the Lord in the way...Acts 9 v.27

Encouragement as an Invisible Key

   When everyone in the church world pulled back in distrust and fear from the former persecutor-turned-preacher, Barnabas "took him." The Son of Encouragement was the invisible key to take Saul where God wanted him to go. Through Destiny's Doorway! 

    In Acts 11v.25, it says that Barnabas departed for Tarsus for to seek Saul. And when he had found him he brought him unto Antioch. For a whole year they assembled themselves with the church, and taught much people. So much time after Barnabas first took him, the Bible tells us of "the fulfillment of one stage of their ministry Acts 12 v.25. Barnabas was willing to obey God and not man by unlocking a passageway for one of God's chosen vessels. Though we read of fruit and evidence for his courageous alliance with the famous former Pharisee, it is not until Acts 13 v..2 -more than a year of joint ministry,  the Holy Spirit will speaks and puts a crown on the obedience of the Son of Encouragement to take Saul and father a Paul: Separate unto me Barnabas and Saul for the work whereunto I have called them.

      Father: Make me an invisible key for those I am called to mother (or father) in the faith! I reach my hand out to Your treasured vessels that other people see as trash.

Lee Andrews

June 14, 2010

Friday, June 11 2010

And the next day Moses went into the Tent of Testimony and behold, the rod of Aaron for the house of Levi had sprouted and brought forth buds and produced blossoms and yielded ripe almonds. Num. 17v.8

    I have special compassion for our sisters in the Lord who are believing God to marry. Every woman has known what that longing is like, but all of us in the Body of Christ can help supply what is needed by praying for Christian singles to meet their God-chosen mates. When I lived in London and served on the prayer team at my Anglican Spirit-filled church, a former satanist shared a most amazing thing about this subject at our team's training meeting. He spoke of witches fasting so that Christian single would not meet their mates! The devil knew that families are the foundation for the church and for a righteous nation. Time to get serious, huh?

     Aaron's rod is one of my favorite pictures of God making His choice known. Don't settle for less. This year of culmination and exceeding abundantly more is a good year to dust off your faith and awaken zeal if you've tired of waiting on God for a husband.

Father,  Behold the threatenings of the enemy, stretch forth Thy hand to bring together the man and woman of Your purpose! (Acts 4) Let "now" be the time for my sisters in Christ, your daughters, to meet their mates. Prepare them and order their steps.

Lee Andrews

June 11, 2010

Thursday, June 10 2010

If you will diligently hearken to the voice of the Lord your God and will do what is right in His sight, and will listen to and obey His commandments and keep all his statutes, I will put none of the diseases upon you which I have brought upon the Egyptians, for I am the Lord Who heals you. Ex. 15v.26 AMP

    Everything that pertains to life and godliness is in this one powerful verse of instruction. While I write these words one of my dear friends is undergoing surgery downtown and another is home recuperating from surgery. Prayer requests for healing come over the phone weekly. Whatever the shortfall, let us go back to basics. It is easy to compromise on the Word when you're too tired to confess, too sick to fight and too burnt-out from broken relationships to have a church family or a family mustering prayer support. But in all that I need the courage to call the failure m-i-n-e, not a failure of the Word of His promise.

     The God Who Made You Female Makes You Well, our Women's Healing Crusade and Impartation Service  this Saturday June 12 will be a place to throw off the cloak of sickness and rise up in faith through teaching and ministry in the power of the Spirit. Impartation means "the transfer of the gift."  God wants you well. And He wants to equip and promote you to carry His healing promise to others. 

Father, You are the God who heals me! I believe! Help Thou my unbelief!

Lee Andrews

June 10, 2010

Wednesday, June 09 2010

Nevertheless what you have, hold fast until I come. Rev. 2v.25

    We're at the halfway mark of 2010, a year of culmination with never-before breakthroughs and victories! Wowee, girl, this is great! But can I maintain it? Can I hold the ground I have been entrusted with?  Dodo the Ahohite, one of David's mighty men, stood his ground when the the rest of the army fled, and fought until his hand was weary and his sword had to be pulled out his hand. ( 2 Sam. 23v.9) After the anointing lifted and the dust settled, Dodo would need the muscle of maintenance to keep that which God has given so gloriously.

     A wise woman told me: what you gain by faith, you keep by faith day-by-day. Stay on the Word - speaking and confessing. Almost 21 years after her victory over liver cancer, Dodie Osteen daily confesses over 40 healing scriptures. Praise has fresh life in it and will keep your miracle moist and vibrant. Giving- give your victory to others through sharing your testimony, through sharing your practical help (money, time) to bring their dream to pass and through your prayers for them. In God's economy giving away what you have will cause it to multiply and increase.

Father, I will diligently hold fast to the new ground you are giving me today!

Lee Andrews

June 9, 2010

Tuesday, June 08 2010

And a certain woman named Lydia...And when she and her household had been baptized, she urged us, saying,"If you have judged me to be faithful to the Lord, come into my house and stay." And she prevailed upon us. Acts 16 v.14-15

     I thought about Lydia this morning. She was the first convert in Europe and a wealthy businessman whose heart God opened as Paul spoke to a riverside gathering of women. Reading from our verse of the day to end of Acts Chapter 16, we see that Lydia's house was a strategic hub for Kingdom activities and also a great place of refuge for Paul and his Apostolic team.

      Who's staying at your house? Perhaps you are like me and you live in a space too small for company. Let us pray for enlargement so we, too, can strategically increase the kingdom's operations in the earth. Make room for the Glory. It starts in our heart. Lydia's home served as a gateway to God's beginning in her nation because she first made room in her heart. Out of the fulness of her heart, her mouth spoke out the invitation: Come into my house and stay. The Bible chronicles several amazing stories while the Apostolic Hit Team was based out of her home:  the deliverance of the girl with a spirit of divination, Paul and Silas' praise earthquake in the jail and the jailer's dramatic conversion.

         In this coming revival, in this intensifying and supernatural hour- I sense the Lord wanting us to be prepared to open our homes to the Glory. Have the neighbours over for coffee, bring a few young mothers in for an informal mid-morning tea. The Holy Spirit will show you. Verse 40 in Chapter 16 says: "Paul and Silas went out of prison and entered the house of Lydia, and when they saw the brethren, they encouraged them and departed.

Lee Andrews

June 8, 2010

Monday, June 07 2010

Now therefore as the Lord liveth, which hath established me, and set me on the throne of my father David... 1 Kings 2v.24

     When Solomon was made king immediately upon the death of his father, David, the young leader knew that rulership through God's promotion was his!  Solomon's strong words in our verse of the day were spoken to his mother when she came asking a favor that would have aided another brother's claim to the throne. 

      But in 2 Samuel 5v.12, a war-weary David, anointed by Israel's greatest prophet as a teenager, anointed seven years as king over Judah, did not perceive his rulership all the years before his "presidential inaugural" took place in verse 3 of that chapter. He had had great victories and great personal prophecies, but he still didn't "get it."  If you don't get it that you've got it, you could lose it. God is accelerating establishment of our rulership over long-sought promises. He is overturning rule, setting one up and taking another down (Promotion doesn't come from the east or the west...). The wealth of the wicked is coming into the hands of the just. Do you perceive? Can you not see it?

Father, In this time of shifting, help me to know You have established me. I'm ready to be the boss over the new land you give me to rule today!

Lee Andrews

June 7, 2010



Friday, June 04 2010

I was dead, and behold I am alive forevermore, and I have the keys of death and Hades. Write therefore...Rev.1v.18  I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven...Matt.16v.19

     The coming revival requires scribes: writers to chronicle the miracles and wonders. The writing will also inspire ripples and waves of new miracles as faith is increased and multiplied. The word will be published to all the people, as the Book of Esther says. This morning I believe the Lord would remind us that the Cross has already unlocked the doors blocking the expression of your creativity.

      Whether it is a lack of discipline, education or time, God's present-hour anointing is furnishing what is needed to get the job done. As usual I am "preaching to the choir" and exhorting my own will to rise up. God has been speaking to me about writing more than this daily blog and I have been telling Him I "be not able" in these busy days.

     But, oh my friends, we are at a mountain-top, a crest of a creative surge of His Spirit being poured out on all flesh. He is commissioning every gift within you for active duty. During a war, a government can take over an airline. The Living God is enlisting the aid of the best ( and yet unborn) within you! Let me share a poem of mine that I just found in old journal. It is about a heathen woman named Rizpah ( means: black dove), a former concubine of King Saul, who spread sackcloth on a rock to stay ( for months!)  with the unburied bones of her two royal sons. 2 Sam. 21v.10.

Did Rizpah learn to dance in worship

Up there on the rock alone?

Hard steps for Saul's black-dove dancer!

Could David's God be God alone?


You're got the keys of the kingdom. Now, write!

Lee Andrews

June 4, 2010


Thursday, June 03 2010

So a person "speaking in tongues" helps himself, but one who prophesies, preaching messages from God, helps the entire church grow in holiness and happiness. 1Cor. 14 v.4

     Every good and perfect gift, like the gift of prophecy described in today's verse, is from above. James says that the gift comes from "the shining of the Father of Lights." So every gift should be clear, bright and born of God. Exhorting, edifying and comforting. Not a manifestation that is illegitimate, muddy and murky.

     I love the fact that the gifts were given to make us happy. Oh Happy Day! And the Bible is saying this happiness is meant to grow! The Shining of the Father of Lights just keeps getting brighter, doesn't' it? The path for the righteous gets brighter and brighter.(Prov.4v.18)  Someone shared with me a vision they had of my mother one day meeting Jesus. This person saw her smiling face filled with light as she stood up from her wheelchair and took His hand. When she faced Him, He turned - and from behind Him - a great flood of light of Heaven enveloped both of them.

     The gifts of the Spirit bring heaven's light to earth today. O Happy Day when you let God use you to help others grow in holiness and happiness.

Lee Andrews

June 3, 2010

Wednesday, June 02 2010

Absalom bought a magnificent chariot and chariot horses and hired fifty footmen to run ahead of him...And when anyone came to bow to him, Absalom wouldn't let him, but shook his hand instead. So in this way Absalom stole the hearts of the people of Israel. 2 Sam 15 v. 1-6

     As a Prince and the son of King David, Absalom misused his power of influence. Instead of strengthening the heart of the people, instead of bowing the hearts of the people to God's purpose (as David did- 2 Sam. 19v.14), he robbed loyalty.

     As leaders in ministry and even as lay leaders in local church or para-church ministries, we must examine and guard our use of the power of influence afforded us by God's generous grace. The authority to speak for Him as a teacher or in a prophetic opportunity comes fully loaded with built-in magnets.  These magnets are meant to pull and draw people to Him and not to us!  But once you know how to "work it", it works for good or for evil, as Absalom showed us.

  Father, We release the hearts of our "fans" and bind them to You alone! Entrust us afresh with the hearts of people for the Glory of Your Name!

Lee Andrews

June 2, 2010

Tuesday, June 01 2010

For only we who believe God can enter into his place of rest. Heb. 4v.3

    Are you ever foolish ( like me and the Galatians)? Do you ever begin in the Spirit but end up in the flesh? Galatians Chap.3 v. 1 gives the map for the crazy trip from starting in faith but screech-varoom- careening over into the flesh. How did I get so far from the peace of God's rest? I am not even talking about making it all the way to Victory. When you're in the rest of faith, you can endure until see Victory's sign posts coming up over the next hill.

      Just today I have to had to unpack my gear and hike back over to where I missed the faith-believing train. Your first question when your peace is threatened over any promise of God you're waiting for should be: Am I in faith? Faith brings a rest, no matter how long it takes. Heb. 4 v. 11 says "Let us do our best to go into that place of rest..." That means it is not easy. It is going to take the best part of you to believe God and remain in the rest of faith until your victory is assured.

Father, Help us to stay in Your place of rest while Faith finishes the job. We want a Spirit-finish to this fight.  We believe!

Lee Andrews

June 1, 2010

Tuesday, June 01 2010

For only we who believe God can enter into his place of rest. Heb. 4v.3

    Are you ever foolish ( like me and the Galatians)? Do you ever begin in the Spirit but end up in the flesh? Galatians Chap.3 v. 1 gives the map for the crazy trip from starting in faith but screech-varoom- careening over into the flesh. How did I get so far from the peace of God's rest? I am not even talking about making it all the way to Victory. When you're in the rest of faith, you can endure until see Victory's sign posts coming up over the next hill.

      Just today I have to had to unpack my gear and hike back over to where I missed the faith-believing train. Your first question when your peace is threatened over any promise of God you're waiting for should be: Am I in faith? Faith brings a rest, no matter how long it takes. Heb. 4 v. 11 says "Let us do our best to go into that place of rest..." That means it is not easy. It is going to take the best part of you to believe God and remain in the rest of faith until your victory is assured.

Father, Help us to stay in Your place of rest while Faith finishes the job. We want a Spirit-finish to this fight.  We believe!



from past baggage
old sin
And Lot also, which went with Abraham, had flocks and herds and tents. And the land was not able to bear them, for their substance was great...And Abraham said,
"Lot, separate thyself, I pray thee, from me." Genesis 13v.5; ...forgetting what lies behind, straining for what lies ahead. Phil.3v.13
           You can't take it with you. "It" means your (unfruitful) way of thinking, your old " it ain't working" way of working. Abraham's nephew was a dear relative, they had so much in common, so many sweet or tough memories shared. How long before we get God saying, "Separate from your old way. There is a new way."
        As always with God, you must obey the first step (separate, leave the baggage, drop it,) before the land under your foot's path for the 2nd step appears.
And the Lord said unto to Abraham AFTER that Lot was separated from him:
Lift up now thine eyes from the place where thou art northward, and southward, and eastward, and westward. For all the land that thou seetst, to thee will I give it...v.14-17
FATHER:  Show me Your new way today! I PRESS TOWARD THE PRIZE!
Love you guys more than you know,
 Lee Andrews
Will you keep silent at this time, Queen Esther? Now that you have prevailed before the King and your petition for deliverance for you and your nation from the evil Haman Hillary, will you decree, reign and use your authority? Not many days hence, about 30, the inauguration of the President God chose and we died for (died to pizza and blueberry pancakes, died to distractions to cry out, some died to fear of voting Republican for the 1st time!)) will be inaugurated. 
     Though the media is attempting to spread dishonor and rebellion,your intercession for  FULL MORDECAI HONOR will crown the event and will also REAP HONOR for you. The honor you intercede for in these 30 days to January 21 is the degree of honor that will (or won't) come to you in the New Year. God is teaching us to reign in this extraordinary season, this amazing Last Days Age. Can you honor a husband if God gave you one, a boss, a mother-in-law, can you honor the Office of the President or the Plan of God? Skimping on honor at this time, will skimp on the Glory of God!
 When God's choice is  fully honored, - as Mordecai was - God's reward is FULLY given! God gave the people of the nation light ( a new dawn of hope) and gladness and joy and honor.The enemies of the Kingdom were destroyed. Esther 8v.16 Victory is indeed sweet!
 ....And the king said to Haman/Hillary, what shall be done to the man whom the king delights to honor?...Haman answered... Let royal apparel be brought which the king has worn (NOTE: THE ANOINTING)  
 And the horse which the king has ridden 
(NOTE: same as David's instructions for Solomon's inaugurations for David's mule to be ridden) and a royal crown be set upon his head. 
Let the apparel and horse be delivered to the hand of one of the king's most noble princes. Let him array the man (NOTE: divine order- Mordecai was not putting king's robe on himself- but nobility and established order robing him) whom the king delights to honor and conduct him on horseback through the open square of the city (NOTE: We need to pray for the city- the sea of people to OPEN to Trump and not resist him whom Our king has appointed.)Esther 6v.6-9
The King's instructions in Esther 6v.10
Do so to Mordecai the Jew (Make it happen).
Leave out nothing that you have spoken. (Don't mess this up.)
We need a full Mordecai inauguration. Esther (the church) has prevailed before the King.We won. We Arise, We Shine for Our light has come!
Lee Andrews
December 21, 2016

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