I sat with my father this evening and watched a documentary on the life of Pastor Donnie McClurkin. My eyes welled up at the telling of several key moments in his life. During footage of him preaching and sharing part of his testimony, he alludes to God’s transforming work in his life and says,
You have to surround yourself with people of faith if you want to change. (paraphrased)
Isn’t that powerful? I thought of this call to accountable, consistent, royal living and wanted to remind us that we do not rule in a vacuum. We are a royal community (priesthood), a holy people (nation), and we rely on each other’s strengths. In community we each have the right to speak and share and impact each other, but it is through relationship that we earn that right (whether we are blood relation or not).
Here is the link to the last call: A Kingdom Queen’s Prayer Call
We prayed for our royal community of Kingdom Queens, and the Lord was specific. I hope it is an encouragement to you to press pause, and pray for yourself. Link up with the water walkers in your life. Let them cheer you on. Listen closely to the coaches sent to give clarity and point the way. Allow the Lord to direct Your path.
Just a reminder, Madame Ambassador, with love.
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