Stay in your anointing

Two weeks before my mission trip to  Costa Rica, I attended a Prophetic conference at Morningstar Ministries. I got prophesied over by two separate teams on different occasions. I basically had been fasting and praying for confirmation about my next step. I knew that a season in my life had ended, but I was not sure  what was next.

Each team consisted of three to four members with one member being the leader. They took turn each telling me what they felt God was saying to me. Essentially confirming that I was on the right path. “That God had called me to minister to broken heart women”. I new that already but it blessed me to hear it from another witness.

The next day it was announced that it was ok to go again for another prophetic word once everyone had been ministered to. So my daughter and I went. I was ministered to by a totally different team. They basically told me “to stay in my anointing, that although the Lord was allowing me to go to missions my primary call was to prepare , equip others to go”.  The Lord then brought to my remembrance the last word He spoke to me concerning my call: “Undergird”, meaning: support, strengthen from beneath.

I went to Costa Rica with only one expectation, to be used by God anyway He wanted. I knew when to step in and minister because  I waited for The Holy Spirit to lead me, to speak through me. He then brought breakthrough to three different daughters who needed to hear three little words from Him, I love you. I stayed in my anointing,  I remained true to myself. Being transparent and genuine transcend race, culture and even language.

 

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I am Yves-Marie Galette, author of 'The Gift Twice Given'. I am also a nurse and an evangelist who is passionate about Jesus. My mission is to reach, the lost and fight for social justice.

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