In totally un-Bek form (*chokes on own sarcasm) it takes the aftermath of a historical event that has no immediate or direct impact on me (this really isn’t true, think The Butterfly Effect), to bring me out of my six month blogging hiatus (please let the record show that my phone just autocorrected ‘six month hiatus’ to: ‘mystic hiatus’- which sounds far more interesting, spiritual and less self-indulgent than the lazy self-induced, self-conscious apathy that’s actually been occurring. Count the ‘selfs’. So much maturing yet to occur *sigh). Because yeah, I have an opinion on this. Ha! On everything really. And hey, prophetic declarations are being made, so that’s practically a personal invitation to speak up…right?Read More
I haven’t released a corporate prophetic word in a while. And while this one is technically corporate, it’s certainly not generic and won’t be for all of you, in fact I think it will only be for a few, that’s not to say it’s some ‘exclusive’ word, simply that we are all called to the same path, we just have different companions on the way and our pit stops differ.
So if this strikes a chord within your spirit, a recognition of calling, then I encourage you to sit with it and ask God what the carrying out of this will look like for you- as you should with all prophetic words. Question it, weigh it, test it, we are not meant to be mindless robots.
From the Perfectly Flawed Facebook page…
I was very excited to sleep last night. I had grand plans for a beautiful, peaceful and refreshing sleep. God, however, had other plans. I felt like He was wanting to share a word with me. I reluctantly set aside my agenda of sleep and asked Holy Spirit to speak to me. Reluctant obedience is still obedience….right?Read More
I had a few issues in the shower the other day. Yes, I know, you would assume that by my age I would have mastered that daily task, but no, I just couldn’t get the temperature right. Pretty soon the water was scalding hot and I was frantically turning the hot tap down, to no avail.Read More
Last night, God gave me a vision of a man, the generic type that you might find on a public restroom door.
He was at a bus shelter waiting for his bus.
What struck me as significant was not his form, but his pose. He had one arm on the back of the seat and he was slouched lazily against it.
He had made himself comfortable as if in for a long wait. When his bus arrived in only a few minutes the man was taken by surprise and quickly jumped on board.
God gave me a word to deliver at church this evening.
Afterwards, I was approached by a friend and told: “You need to put that on your Facebook page, people really really need to hear that”.
So here it is, I hope you are blessed by it also….