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Things on my heart... What a privilege it is to serve an awesome God. One of my personal desires while learning about God was to be a mother in Zion. A person that could equip and edify and lift up others to a high spiritual place in Christ. This journey has had it's heart breaks and it's devastating moments. Yet here I am . I want to share powerful scriptural truths with you that I've learned along the way. God has graced me with many powerful mentors and many life lessons and personal experiences to find the truth hidden in his word. There is so much to share with you all, more than in a day let alone an hour. I try and fit as much as possible in. It is so important that you are equipped and stirred up by way of remembrance. My hope is that none would perish.

FROM RAMSES to SUKKOT

a.k.a., From Ramses (BONDAGE) to Sukkot (DWELLING IN GOD’s PRESENCE)

In the Exodus, Ramses was the border. It was the stronghold. Ramses represented the blockade opposing the children of Israel from leaving. Remember that Mitzraim, commonly translated as Egypt, represents the spiritual condition of being stuck in limitations, constraint. Ramses is the force behind those limitations.

The Title and The Name

The name of the Pharaoh is Ramses. Taken from the Egyptian Word for god.

A stronghold, a wicked power, an evil power that thinks he’s like God. A force that wants to be a substitute for the Authority of GOD in our lives.

This is a stronghold that is holding God’s people in bondage for so many years. The pain of Ramses is an unbelievable pain. With it’s so many soul ties, so many heartaches, so, so many abuses and injustices and struggles.

That no one knows about but the Most High God…

… and mostly related to the generations. Ramses was the house of bondage, affiliated with the pain of all the past.

But the LORD is saying something…

Your Prophetic Word is found in the Book of Exodus in the 12th Chapter and in the 37th verse.

Because Moses summarizes for us the journeys in the wilderness, instead of telling us like he does in the Book of Numbers, all the places they passed through.

He just says… They left Ramses and came to a place called Succoth, a.k.a. Sukkot.

Hear the Word of the Living God.

Because the LORD is saying to us all, “I am taking you from Ramses to Succoth; and the LORD is saying Ramses is the place of the Past and even starting today, the past is going to be a memory. Because the Egyptians you have seen in the past you are going to see them no more and even forever.”

Ramses

Ramses is the place of great toil, limitations, restrictions…

Ramses is the place of tears.

And often times you have wondered would that pain ever profit anything.

Ramses is the place of cruel bondage.

It was directed at your soul.

Succoth

Sukkoth is your destination.

Now hear the Word of the LORD.

Because many don’t know what Succoth is.

Succoth is a place; it’s the place of prayer.

 It’s the Pavilion of God’s Presence.

But Succoth is more than just that.

Succoth is the place of His Provision.

Succoth is the place of His Protection. Succoth is the Place of All of His Blessing.

The LORD gave this Word to me to speak in 2015, and He is giving it to me again this year in 2021 because some have drifted back into bondage. “You do not belong with Ramses. You do not belong to Ramses. The Word I gave to Moses has not died. My Word lives and You do not get to go back into a state of limitations and lack. You do not get to go back into complacency. Arise, for I Am bringing you to Succoth, just as Moses wrote in Exodus 12:37.

The Children of Israel left Ramses to go toward their destination to Succoth.

It wasn’t a physical place, it was a spiritual place.

A place that was a destination that would lead them toward destiny.

 Succoth is Your RIGHTFUL Destination.

Succoth is the Dwelling Place of Rest of God, in this life.

So the LORD says…

Do not stray from the path of true rest.

Do not change the direction that you are led upon.

You have been comfortable for too long.

And God is saying I will supernaturally provide for you.

 And God Is saying I will rain down blessings upon you.

And destroy all the powers of the enemy when you are on the path of Succoth,

Seeking Me…

Seeking my Rest…

Seeking me in Prayer…

And seeking me with all your heart…

Seeking me in truth.

Only One Question Remains….

Who is Ready to Leave Ramses?

The Ten Testings of Abraham, Part 2

Guest Author: Rev. Yvette Malveaux, Author of Know Yourself & Take Flight: 31 Day Journey To Becoming Out Of Reach by Yvette Malveaux, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® (barnesandnoble.com)

The Ten Testings of Abraham continued from Part 1…

In Part 1 of this message, we ended with the following questions posed and awaiting your reply….

If you were told to, “Go to your own soul? What would you even do? What does that even mean?

Would we even try to understand? or would we dismiss it as some crazy thought we just had?

Surely, GOD was speaking to the very soul of Abram and Abram received the message.

The Bible is a spiritual text, concerning spiritual matters. Spiritual battles are fought to overtake the soul of man. This could be the reason so many people say that they don’t understand it. Engaging the Word of God means that you have to approach the Gates of His Tabernacle with your soul and your spirit ready to receive the Word.

Here’s the key: In all your study in the word, keep your eye on what is going on in the spirit, to the spirit of man/mankind. Train/discipline your mind so that you don’t get so caught up in the “story” that you miss what is happening on the pages of scripture to the soul and spirit of the people that God is bringing to your attention. There are prophetic spiritual implications occurring right in front of you at all times.

In scripture God is speaking to the soul of man. His primary concern is with your soul.

Today the Lord has that word for everyone that is here. As you obey Him you will find out who you really are. As you surrender every ounce of obedience in your life, to the will of God, you will find out who you really are in Christ Jesus.

In Genesis 12, the LORD gives Abram a promise. “I will bless those that bless you.”

At that time, Abram had no idea he could not have a child. He did not know what God meant, but he was going to obey the Voice of the LORD, anyway. Genesis 12:4.

So, “Abram departed as the Lord had spoken to Him.”

(A lot of us want revelation, God to speak to us on a continual basis. One of the ways that we can be sure that God will continue to speak to us in revelation is when we are obedient with that which he already told us, and has already given. Then as we move forward, GOD will reveal to us even more.)

Now Abram departed.

Genesis 12:5

He took Sarai his wife and Lot his brother’s son. Lot: who was a convert. Notice the souls he had with him… Abram already was a soul winner. So, he did not leave alone. He went with the souls that he had gotten.

When you and I venture forth in obedience do you know that you are not just obeying God for yourself. There is somebody who you cannot see, someone you may not even know of, that is going to benefit through your obedience.

We don’t consider, that through one act of simple obedience, a number of souls will be affected. That one act of obedience can bring blessing upon those around us… does not make sense to our rational minds, Oftentimes this spiritual fact escapes us. It’s the simple things that confound the wise. But, don’t allow this to remain a mystery to you any longer. Ask GOD to show you what goes on behind the veil because of a simple act of obedience or repentance. How does obedience affect the soul?

In the meantime, Abram felt that he had to go against his own nature and character to accept the call of GOD. It was a very hard thing to do. He was such a tender-hearted man. It would have been easy if he would have been a hard-hearted person, who was calloused and maybe in competition with his father. Had he felt like he was going to show his dad a thing or two, he could have walked out without a second thought! But that was not Abram’s nature. It was hard for him.

But Abraham had been seeking GOD for a very long time. He had finally came into a place where He could hear the voice of GOD. Having heard, he could not turn away.

By making the decision to turn toward GOD; Abram had to die to self.

Soon after the 9th testing; his name was no longer going to be Abram. He became transformed through every act of obedience. Abraham had truly arisen and was moving forward, from glory to glory. He became transformed.

In Christ Jesus, who he did know at the time, but met in his life under the appearance of Melchizedek, Abram departed. He took the souls with him (Genesis12:6). Abram passed through the land to a place in Genesis12:7. After, his act of obedience, the LORD appeared to Abram.

God continues to give revelation. Obedience waters the promises of God. Obedience opens the avenues for the promise to take full effect. The Lord appears to Abram and said, “Unto this thy seed will I give this land” And Abram, built an altar unto the Lord that appeared to him. The altar was an act of faith, Abram was acknowledging before the world that, “the Lord spoke to me.”

photo of therapist taking down notes

When God speaks to you prophetically, you write it down. If, you have an ear to hear what the Holy Spirit is saying, you keep a record of His Words.

Genesis 12:9 Abram journeyed forward, continuing towards the south.

Now the 2nd Testing

We see in Genesis 12:10 Abram arrives in the Promised Land and there’s a famine. ( That must have been completely disappointing, right?) To come so far, though so much, and to arrive in a place of famine.

The famine is so severe that he is forced to go into Egypt to live. When he gets to Egypt his wife is taken captive by Pharaoh.

(Let’s set aside our English understanding for a few minutes, of the word famine, and put on our “spiritual understanding” gained from examining the scriptures from the Hebrew perspective… Famine from a Hebrew mindset, is mostly associated with the understanding that the famine indicates that there is a lack of God’s word. The literal famine is not as dangerous as the spiritual famine).

spikelet against blue cloudless sky

Abram is headed toward the promise and finds a famine. Without the faith to overcome famine, he heads down to Egypt to find food for His people. Is this only about the stomach–no food to eat? or could it be that upon his arrival to Canaan, there was not enough faith to sustain them as they built up their new land?

Abram had no idea why he was being led into Egypt. God told him something and everything God told him was now the opposite in the natural. Everything looked totally opposite.

Why? Because, he had to go to the 2nd level of faith.

3rd testing Sarai taken captive by Pharaoh

Abram went to Egypt because God was going to use his people to come out of Egypt. He had to go through it. God was going to use him as the father of faith. What happened when he got down into Egypt?

He told his wife to say she was his sister.

In those days if a man had a beautiful wife, they would kill the husband to kidnap the wife and give her as a gift to Pharoah. Abram did not want to get killed. So, he said to Sarai, “You tell them you are my sister when we get down there.” Everything will be fine. Well, the minute she got there, Sarai a type of bride of Christ is taken to Pharoah. Pharaoh wanted her to be his wife. Abram withheld that she was his wife and said, “Yes, she is my sister.”

Pharaoh immediately received a plague by the LORD. In the meantime, Pharaoh gave Abram such a dowry for her. He gave him riches and silver and gold and cattle and abundance of herds and all kinds of things for Sarai.

When he realized he had Abram’s wife, he basically said, “Just get out of here and go.”

Same thing happened to his children. By faith they borrowed of the Egyptians and Pharaoh said just get out. God allowed that to be for His glory.

Now Abram was the richest man in the holy land when he went back to Canaan.

(You cannot obey God and not come out ahead. In this testing we see the riches of obedience. Joshua 22:8 this is Abraham’s seed.

There is spoil when you obey.

II Corinthians 1:3-7 “Tells us now, blessed be God who comforts us in all our afflictions.”

1st testing; left everything.

2nd testing; went into Egypt and there was a famine.

3rd testing; Sarai taken captive by pharaoh.

The 4th Testing

to be continued in Part 3

Be Angry and Sin Not… (Ephesians 4:25-27)

25 Wherefore putting away lying, speak every man truth with his neighbour: for we are members one of another.

26 Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath:

27 Neither give place to the devil.

Do you think Christians are not allowed to get angry?

Some families communicate to their children that they shouldn’t be angry. That instead of being angry, they need to smile and pretend everything is ok. That, “old fake it till you make it”, remedy does not work. That is not biblical.

In the bible, in the Hebrew scriptures (the Old Testament) we meet a God who is angry at injustice because He loves the people who are being harmed by it.

When the Apostle Paul says, “In your anger do not sin”, he is not saying don’t be angry. When people are harmed, enslaved, neglected and mistreated, we should be angry.

Apostle Paul is teaching we can be angry without sinning. We can use the righteous energy of our anger to effect change without sinning against God or others.

Remember, you are fighting the good fight of faith .

Ask God to show you the strategy and tactics to change the situation. Remain proactive.

1 Corinthians 15:58

58 Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord.

Nothing you do for the Lord is in vain.

Heavenly Father, I thank you for being a God of justice. Teach me what it means to share your righteous anger and to be faithful in my response as your disciple.

PREP FOR ROSH Hashanah, Prophetic WORD for 2021/5781

Teachings Notes From September 1, 2020 – Preparation for Rosh Hashanah. Prelude to Rosh Hashanah, Part by Rev. Y Malveaux

His Banner Over Us is LOVE, PART 4 – Teaching Notes From Tuesday, September 1, 2020

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Prelude to Rosh Hashanah, Part by Rev. Y Malveaux

The Placement of the Standards of the Camps PART 3 – Teaching Notes From Tuesday, September 1, 2020

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Prelude to Rosh Hashanah, Part by Rev. Y Malveaux

Companion Recording will be added to this Post no later than September 7, 2020

3 PRAYERS OF Rosh HaShanna, PART 2 – Teaching Notes From Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Prelude to Rosh Hashanah, Part 1 by Rev. Y Malveaux

Companion Recording will be added to this Post no later than September 7, 2020

Prelude to Rosh HaShanna, PART 1 – Teaching Notes From Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Prelude to Rosh Hashanah, Part 1 by Rev. Y Malveaux

Companion Recording will be added to this Post no later than September 7, 2020