wake up early


Jesus speaking:

“Impossible is the creed of fools. It’s the invention of Satan–tailor-made for those who would believe his lies rather than standing on the power of My Word. It’s the religion of those who cannot or will not put Me to the test.

Impossible is for quitters. Impossible pollutes minds, breaks hearts, and destroys bodies. Impossible creates ill health; it promotes sickness and causes disease to fester. Impossible is the way of cowards, the excuse of the defeated. “It can’t be done,” “no way,” “it’s impossible”–this is the faith of the living dead, the philosophy of fools, the chant of the simpleton, the motto of the moron. The logic of “it’s impossible” is deadly, for it leads to darkness and ends in death and destruction.

Impossible is an impostor–created by the father of lies. Its purpose is to imprison. Impossible is an insult to your intelligence, a threat to your knowledge, a menace to your soul. Impossible opposes all that is truth and sound and right. Wrapped up in this single word “impossible,” such a seemingly innocent and natural conclusion, lies a deadly poison. Impossible is the scourge of mankind; it enslaves and traps and binds. There is no freedom for those who endorse the impossible. There is no power, no light, no life, no liberty. Impossible is a downward spiral–once you are trapped in its grip, you go down, down, down.”


Impossible opposes the truth of God. It comes from the depths of Hell. Impossible has no place in Heaven; its reasoning does not exist in the Heavenly realm.



 Let’s put this in perspective. Where does the downward spiral begin? Not in the Word of God, that’s for sure. The Word says “Nothing is impossible”. Your spirit must not follow your flesh into this trap. How was the flesh lured into the trap in the first place? It met with a situation that was too big or too strong for it. Without considering the other option, it immediately calls the situation impossible. And what is that other option? THE WORD! And what does the Word say about the situation? “Nothing is impossible” 

Impossible is like a default button that is pressed in the mind each time a situation arises that to the mind seems impossible. I’m not talking about walking on the water here, that will come in the future. What I am talking about is the everyday, ordinary situations where your flesh just refuses to move forward. For example, when you are tired or when you just simply don’t want to do that thing you are being asked to do. Generally speaking, your flesh has to be pushed by your will when it doesn’t want to perform a necessary task, like for example, getting out of bed in the morning to go to work. What is the motivating component in that situation? “No food for a lazy man.” But what about getting out of bed to have Word time? Your flesh will undoubtedly tell you that it isn’t necessary, and it might even try to use the impossible word on you. Although it probably won’t because you know from experience that it isn’t impossible to get out of bed. So it will more than likely say, “I can’t. I’m tired. What’s the use?” etc. The spiral begins, not at the walk-on-the-water stage, but in the simple mundane matters of life. The Devil is not going to fight your going to work. In fact, he wants you to do that, because he wants you on his treadmill. It keeps your mind and flesh occupied and away from the Word of God. Entertainment is another activity that he won’t fight you over. Now don’t get off track here, applying yourself to work is mentally and physically good for you, and Godly entertainment is also necessary for a good balanced life.

But the Word says that to get a jump start on the day you should go to bed early so you can wake up early in order to get some Word time. That is not really an option; it’s a commandment. It’s the spiritual equivalent to going to work so that you can eat. “Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every Word that precedes out of the mouth of God.” If you are sold on the Word of God, then you will use your willpower to push that flesh into bed early and then again out of bed early in order to get that spiritual food. However, being sold out on the Word of God is not enough, because the Devil will fight you over this one, and I mean really fight you. He’ll fight your mind and your flesh and may even bring in a few ailments to add some weight. It becomes an unfair fight, like fighting with someone who is way above your weight class. If this opponent can get you to thinking, on a regular basis, that it is an impossible fight to get out of bed early to have Word time then he is well on his way to trapping you in this downward spiral. It starts at a very young age. If he can win early on in the fight, then you will not be any threat to him. You will become like millions of others when your life consists of getting up just in time to get to work so that you can get enough money to eat and entertain yourself. If you desire to lift yourself a little higher than a factory job, for example you want to own the factory, then you can either extend yourself, or go into debt slavery for many years. So in the end, you find yourself on the same treadmill and in the same predicament as the 9-to-5 guy.

The Children of David have been given a very unique opportunity to break out of the mold. The Word we have, if read, believed and applied, has the power to give us a miraculous life. When I say miraculous I don’t mean a bed of roses. In fact it is more like a bed of thorns with the scent of roses. But it is miraculous. However it starts at the “getting out of bed in the morning for Word time” stage. That is the secret Key. That is the “more than my necessary food” stage. That is where the “anything is possible” stage begins. But that is, as I said, where most of the world is defeated.” (end of prophecy)

“Long, long ago, Lucifer stood at the right hand of God. He bore the light. He was not the light, but he held the light on high for all the inhabitants of the universe to see. He was the standard bearer, the mightiest of all archangels, and he exercised some of the power of Almighty God Himself in helping to rule the universe. Then pride took its grip. Though he held such a high and honored position, Lucifer was no longer satisfied with bearing the light of God–he wanted to be God Himself.”


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