Walking is healthy, praying even greater. Combining the two is a powerful mix. “Every place your foot tread upon shall be yours” God said to Joshua and it points out a spiritual principle. Where we set our feet, God has planted us.. and where God has planted us, even if temporarily, we have authority through Him. So by walking and praying, we can affect the land and transform large areas with His sovereign might. Make it a routine to walk and pray through a certain path in need. Continue until you see a difference.
Plant A Tent Peg
The bible talks about “expanding the tent peg” and refers to taking new territory for God. Since we have been given authority in God in the area we have been planted, we also have the authority to claim that territory for Him. A great way of doing that is by planting a tent peg.
God resides on top of the mountains, close to the heavens, above the worldly fuss. That is a symbol we have grown used to and we all know the story of Moses. Mountains are also a biblical symbol of problems, so whether for personal or regional issues, we can climb mountains as a symbol of overcoming certain forces, situations and strongholds. Go through the effort, put it under our feet and declare God’s victory as we reach the top. It’s a Norwegian tradition to walk and climb mountains every sunday, so join us as we do it for God.
Declare God's Word
It is biblical to speak to the land, the atmosphere and even the weather, and it is powerful to declare words of God from the mountain tops. Can we do that? Sure we can! We are sons and daughters of the most High. Be bold and speak like one. Address the issues at hand for your place. Speak light and life into areas of death and destruction. Declare His might and demand darkness to flee. The earth is yearning for someone to raise their voice.
Anoint & Bless
Take a bottle of olive oil and dedicate it to God, pray and ask for it to become a blessing agent for Him. Then put your shoes on and anoint them with oil and start walking with Him. Pray that every place you set your foot, His presence will not only come, but remain there. Put your hand on a government building, a school or location in need. Use oil to bless and sanctify your place of target and be assured that it leaves a trace of His glorious presence.
Season With Salt
Another tool you can use while out walking, praying and blessing, is salt. It is used to season and cleanse, especially for purifying water. Bless it, pray and throw salt in a lake for example as you declare negative issues to be replaced by God’s light. Spread it scarcely as you walk to purify the land is another way. Salt prevents decay. With these things in mind let God lead you.
Out walking and praying for a revival or an awakening within souls? Spread seeds to call forth a new generation of souls dedicated to God. Speak life into the seeds, pray for them, and water them with prayers and faith later on as you wait for the result. Stuck and stagnant in any way? Sow and declare a new thing. Each issue has it’s own solution. Seek the Lord.
A Tree Of Life
Who is the tree of life? Is it not our Lord and savior Yeshua? A tree is a symbol of an authority, a leader, and who are better fit than Christ? A tree is a powerful connection between heaven and earth with it’s roots firmly planted in the ground, and the crown rising up into the heavens. It provides shelter, and fruits. You can plant one in your garden, declare it as a Yeshua tree, or a tree of life.
The principles of life are vividly demonstrated in a garden. Plant a new thing, remove weeds to purify or prune a tree to bring forth more fruit. Dedicate your garden to God and see it come alive. Your intention is key and each plant can be a symbol for a specific person, your family, a specific issue or even a nation. When you’re weeding, think of purging your soul, cleansing the region or whatever God puts on your heart. Make it a living prayer working towards whatever cause you focus on.
Did you know that the well known seremony of taking holy communion is a prophetic act? It’s an act of faith to receive and become one with Christ, His spirit and His word. The act is like a seed sown into the physical realm, charged with our intent, a seed that can take root, multiply and grow into manifestation. We reap as we sow, so in all you do make sure you sow with the right intent and water it with the faith of a pure heart.
We all know about baptism, but few think of it as a prophetic act. Still it is a highly symbolic seremony performed with faith in a promise of a future outcome. It’s an act of faith to be reborn through water, blessed and charged by words and the heart’s intent. A prophetic act to take His name and become one with Him. Make sure you baptise in the name of Yeshua Hamashiach with the body fully submission under water.
Prepare a meal while praying and declaring an intended outcome. You may for example bake bread and while mixing the ingredients, ask God to provide all the elements needed to make His will be done in a certain situation. While kneading the dough, ask God to knead and mold you. Before eating, ask God to make this food work in you so that you will succeed in doing His will. Be creative, focus on God’s will and serve an edible blessing to both strangers and loved ones.
Words, shapes and colors have a subtle impact on us that can be quite powerful with time. With that in mind we have developed a selection of clothes, accessories, gifts and home decor products. Our goal is to offer products that bless and serve as gentle reminders of His endless love.
Music changes the atmosphere and enters our brain close to unfilteres by the rational mind. The tones and vibrations bypasses our conscious, ignores our opinions and works silently to alter and transform. Adding God to the mixture makes it good and highly potent impacting people, objects and places effortlessly. Even a modest tone in a busy street can make a difference beyond our imagination.
Follow As He Leads
God’s principles are the same although they can be brought forth in many ways. Allow yourself to be creative and follow as He leads. When we seek Him with sincerity and a pure intent, He will guide and teach us as we set out to walk in new ways for Him. We will not hear Him accurately all the time. We stumble and fall, and that’s OK. We can still do what we believe He leads us to, and as long as it’s not dangerous, or against biblical principles, what harm can it do? He sees when we act for Him and do the best we can.