Posted on 19 October 2014.
This morning 19 October 2014 during The Oblation Hour, the Lord spoke these words of power unto me.
1. When we review our destructive and foolish behavior, often we find behavior too painful to acknowledge and too difficult to correct.
A). Often our destructive behavior is the product of our relationship with our mother and grandmother or father and grandfather.
B). If we were favored by our parent or grandparent we trend toward being self-assured and less likely to fail or develop a general pessimistic or revengeful world view. (God loved Jacob, but Esau He hated.) Malachi 1:2-3
C). If we were disfavored or even the Black Sheep, we began a spirit of total destruction and resentment. (The issue of Cain and Abel) Genesis 4:1-16. Our pessimistic mind tells us that everyone dislikes us so we defend ourselves accordingly. Now the number and types of foolish, disobedient, lazy, and other deadly behaviors can be unlimited.
D). If you love or were loved by your father, you will love your husband and respect male superiors.
E). If you hate your father or were hated by your father, you will trend toward resenting and disrespecting all men.
F). Now of course, the same is true of the love or the lack of love from your mother or grandmother. These observations with prayer can help us begin to heal and become successful in our service of The Lord Jesus Christ.
G). The people in America and Africa who are descendants of slaves in America have a 97% world view of Esau and Cain; very negative, very defensive, and often very destructive to themselves as well as others.
The Black Sheep spirit on the descendants of slaves in America has become a mighty tool in the hand of satan to destroy, kill, and imprison the Sons of Ham. I will discuss more about Noah and Ham at a later date. Genesis 9:25
Almighty God, who is Jesus, spoke these words to His army of “one can chase a thousand and two can chase ten thousand.” Write in your book the truth about your relationship with your parents and grandparents, your pastor and your teachers.
Remember, we must become “spiritual giants” to overcome the present evil of our day and bring glory to our master: Jesus.
James David Manning
Pastor Of Fifty Thousand Righteous Men
19 October 2014