The Generation of Authority
There is a generation rising up that is going to be filled with grace, anointing, and authority. For years it’s been taught that we have no power, no authority, and that we were being prideful when we began to believe otherwise. But deep down inside we know something is off. But the day is coming when we know who we are, whose we are and what we are capable of.
Kids are beginning to see the way God has designed them. They are beginning to see that they do have spiritual authority and that it is good. They are learning for themselves that Satan cringes when they speak. Miracles happen when they have faith.
How much longer are we going to sit on the edge? The time is now for us to fully embrace our calling of authority. There is no better time than now to fight the battle. No one can do it for us either. As we step into our God-given spiritual authority, our lives will change. We will begin to see things as they really are, not what the enemy wants us to see. We will see and experience truth, prosperity, and breakthrough. So let’s choose to address the void that has been calling out and seek the truth that we are powerful and that and seek the truth that we are powerful and that the enemy no longer has a hold on us.
The process for being put back together is not always an easy one. But it is necessary. It seems as though that it takes so much more time to put yourself back together than it is to fall apart. What is good for us is that we have the master fixer. Our God is not just a fixer but he is one who makes things perfect and will never again be broken.
With stained glass each piece is so unique and none are quite the same. Then the glass worker comes in to see all the pieces. His eyes go to and fro looking throughout the pieces to see which will fit perfect in this specific masterpiece. Some pieces he might take away, others he might file so the rough edges no longer show. Then he uses his strong yet pliable metal to line each perfect piece and make it sturdy. To perfectly connect each piece together as one.
When it is finished it is adored by many, and hung in the perfect place where the most people can see it as the light shines through it to color the room around. Now why is broken glass put on display, why is it drive such awe into our souls when we see the light break through in an otherwise dark room. Why? Because it brings hope. Those who see it don’t see broken glass, they don’t see brokenness, all that is seen is wholeness. Perfection. Only the glass and the glass worker know from which all these pieces came from and the journey it took for it to get to the masterpiece that now is displayed for all to see. If you asked the glass was it worth it to be broken only to be put back together- it would say ‘Absolutely. It is ALL worth it’.