God has given me a revelation that is hard to ignore or get away from.  I have known for most of my life that we are to be Christ’s ambassadors, but I never translated that into everything that I do.

My business, community events, dining out, when service technicians come to my home or one of our rental properties.  Everything, Everywhere, God will orchestrate people across our paths that need an encounter with Jesus.

We are called to be a prophetic voice to the people God places in our life.  Stop viewing any interaction as happenstance or chance.  You never know when the person you are interacting with in the normal course of your day may have just cried out to God that morning to know if He is for real or to lead them to someone who can confirm His voice in their life.  And if we will watch for them, God will quicken our spirit to know.  If we will listen to God, people will listen to us.  I don’t have a lot to say, but God has volumes to say to this world.  That is exactly what Jesus did.  “I tell you the truth, the Son can do nothing by himself. He does only what he sees the Father doing. Whatever the Father does, the Son also does.” (John 5:19)

Like the Verizon installer that I gave a copy of In A Pit With A Lion on a Snowy Day.  I asked him to email me when he finished the book.  Maybe he hasn’t finished it yet or just forgot.  But God brought him to my mind today, so I pray that wherever he is that God will use my gift to draw that man closer to Him.

The more face-to-face time we have with the Father, the better we will hear His voice and see what He is doing.  Then His Word in our mouths will not only set captives free but will give us a platform to bring good news, through our families, through our businesses, through our lives and can catapult us into places of influence with leaders.  A man’s gift makes room for him, And brings him before great men. (Proverbs 18:16)

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