THE STREAM OF YOUR PRESERVATION AS A DANIEL - FATHERING (1) - Esther 4:12-17, I Corinthians 4:15

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Daniels are professionals with full-time ministerial training because they see that God is preparing them for some serious things in the future. There are three streams that flow into their lives:

1. Fathering river

2. Professionalism river

3. Prophetic river

The foundational river of fathering

Members of the Daniel’s company are fathered people, not flattered people. They are products of a process. They are submissive to the divine structure in their lives. They don't react against the structure. David sought to kill Goliath as a young boy, and when Saul looked at David he asked, “Whose son is that stripling?” Yet, David went after Goliath.

It is the process of God that produces such a nature. When we say “sonship” at the Dream Centre of the Life Oasis International Church, it’s not a title, it is the product of a process that causes the nature of Christ to be duplicated inside the nature of a man, to swallow up his natural nature.

If you don't submit yourself to a structure somewhere, you are not going to go anywhere far. You can't live life anyhow you want and make it. You can't be spending money as you earn it and think that you are going to make it financially. You have to put yourself under laws. When some Christians say, “We are in the New Testament and we are not under the law”, that is a dangerous statement; your flesh needs laws before it can be controlled.

 

PRAYER: Lord, I pray that You will help me to respond positively to my destiny father in Jesus’ name. Amen

 

BIBLE IN A YEAR: Jeremiah 51:54-52:34, Titus 3:1-15, Psalm 100:1-5, Proverbs 26:18-19

 

 

 

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