As Jesus was preaching throughout Galilee, a leper came and kneeled before Him, and asked to be healed. In Mark 1:41 it reads "Then Jesus, moved with compassion, stretched out His hand and touched him and said to him, I am willing; be cleansed." Without compassion it is impossible to please your Heavenly Father. But never let it overrule honesty, integrity or holiness. He is a just God! You must speak truth all the time, even when it seems you are being unkind. Sometimes Abba wants to show someone something through a lesson, but you are asked to tell an untruth to save that person from being punished...Don't do it! If you try to save one from receiving the correction they need, the judgement that was prepared for them will befall you!Compassion doesn't require you to overlook others sin against their spouse, their children, their church, their neighbor or the company they work with; You cannot play "God"! Compassion doesn't require you to tell a lie to help them plead their case...But... compassion can require you to be silent, or take the blame for another's wrong...That's what He He did; When He died for us! Three things I believe He wants from us, RELENTLESS PURSUIT of HIM...RELENTLESS WORSHIP to HIM ...RELENTLESS PASSION for HIM.
In this new new season, which began in September and is being reinforced now, we, as the body of Christ, need to know when to speak and when not to speak. To know when to open our mouth and to know when to keep it shut. We need to see and understand what we see before we begin to release it into the atmospheres! We need to become more intimate with Holy Spirit and seek, ask & knock about when, where,. who and how we release it! I believe this season our vision will be increased in clarity and in focus. Many will have this insight and God will confirm what He is saying through the prophetic! There will also be a supernatural increase like we have never experienced before! Matthew 17:20 Jesus reveals that by applying our faith "nothing will be impossible for you." Faith is believing, believing is faith. I believe there is an in