Heavenly Directives For YOUR New Season

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Heavenly Directives For YOUR New Season by Jamie Rohrbaugh | FromHisPresence.com

This is post #2 of a 5-post series about the shift in spiritual seasons. This is one of the most impactful subjects about which I’ve ever written. I feel an urgency to get this information to you NOW. So I pray that God will use it to bless you mightily, and also to transform everything in your life that needs to be transformed.

To recap, here’s a look at what’s ahead and what we’ve already covered:

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    Quick recap:

    The spiritual season has changed, and it’s changed for you too. When God changes the seasons, He does so across the entire Body of Christ. This means it’s a new day, pregnant with new opportunity for YOU. You’re part of this thing, and God wants to tell you all about it.

    • He will help you discern the times and seasons in your own life.
    • He will tell you what He wants to do.
    • And Jesus said you DO hear His voice if you are His sheep!

    God started teaching me how to discern His timing and receive His downloads for new seasons years ago. And this one thing has changed everything for me:

    • It builds my faith when I see the things God has told me about actually happen.
    • It has given me favor and influence in many areas.
    • It has helped me focus my efforts on God’s plan, so I don’t get sidetracked.
    • It has increased my productivity a gazillionfold.

    God will do the same for you as you begin to receive His downloads and directives for your new season too!

    And you can have God’s heavenly directives for your new season!

    Whenever God has brought me into a new season, He has always given me heavenly directives. Since He’s no respecter of persons, I know He wants to give you heavenly directives for your new season too.

    How do you know God will show you His heavenly directives for this new season?

    Because He said so in Psalm 32:8, among other places:

    Start-quoteI will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go;I will guide you with My eye.”

    Praying strategically is also practical wisdom, and God promised that He’ll give you abundant wisdom if you’ll just believe Him for it:

    Start-quoteIf any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him.

    But let him ask in faith, with no doubting, for he who doubts is like a wave of the sea driven and tossed by the wind. For let not that man suppose that he will receive anything from the Lord; he is a double-minded man, unstable in all his ways” (James 1:5-8).

    So our loving, generous Father has promised to give you ALL the instruction you need in this new season!

    So what’s a heavenly directive?

    Well, the way I’m referring to it, a heavenly directive is a specific instruction from God that unveils His strategy for your next season. When God downloads His heavenly directives into you, you can start praying and moving into His strategic plan as He opens doors–and you can start preparing those doors to open.

    For example: In the last season of my life, God gave me several specific kinds of directives. There were:

    1. Prayer directives;
    2. Attitude directives; and
    3. Action directives.

    All three of these are important. I’m going to cover prayer and attitude directives today, then talk about action directives in tomorrow’s post, “Heavenly Design For Your New Season.”

    Are you ready for His instruction? Let’s get some prayer directives!

    What are prayer directives?

    Prayer directives are specific instructions from God to pray for very specific things in your life. Prayer directives will generally feel unusual to you simply because you have not prayed them before; or if you have, you haven’t prayed them with the same burden, passion, and fervor as you will have now.

    Prayer directives are always related to God’s strategy. However, you very often may not see the connection until God begins to answer the prayer!

    In my most recent season of life, I have had a number of very clear prayer directives. Three of them are:

    1. Directive #1: Pray for God to reveal the hidden things. 

    God told me specifically to ask Him to reveal the hidden things and show me things I don’t even know to ask about. He reminds me to pray for this nearly every day, and sometimes multiple times per day.

    The Scriptures that I pray back to God to support this directive are:

    Start-quote‘Call to Me, and I will answer you, and show you great and mighty things, which you do not know'” (Jeremiah 33:3)


    “For nothing is secret that will not be revealed, nor anything hidden that will not be known and come to light” (Luke 8:17).

    And God has answered in uncanny ways:

    • He’s sent me inside information that I would never otherwise know (and not through gossip, either);
    • He has alerted me through word of knowledge when people I’m discipling were in trouble;
    • He has exposed things from which I needed to steer clear, when I didn’t know beforehand that I needed to steer clear.

    2. Directive #2: Pray for God to deliver me and honor me.

    This directive is from Psalm 91:15, which says:

    Start-quoteHe shall call upon Me, and I will answer him;
    I will be with him in trouble;
    I will deliver him and honor him.”

    I know it sounds weird to ask God for honor. After all, all honor is His, right? Yes, but it’s like God’s cloak; and it tickles Him to drape His cloak of honor over His kids and watch them run around with it. The honor isn’t theirs and it’s ten sizes too big, but it’s fun for everybody to play dress-up. 🙂 (See my post here about how God wants to honor you for more information.)

    So I started praying for God to honor me. And sure enough, He has. Over and over. In totally unfathomable, unexpected, delightful, astounding ways.

    And you know what? (Whispers…)

    I like it.

    Honor is fun. It beats dishonor any day of the week. So I’m extremely grateful for God’s directive in this area, and I’m in awe of His answers to prayer.

    3. Pray for favor with people by name.

    This was a wild directive for me, too. Based on Luke 2:52, we should increase in favor with both God and men in order to become more like Jesus. I’m all for that.

    However, the thing that shocked me was who God told me to pray for favor with. He told me to pray for favor with a bunch of people I didn’t know, didn’t work with, didn’t talk to, and didn’t think I’d need to know. So I did.

    And you know what happened?

    All of a sudden, doors started opening up that meant I needed to work with those people–and right from the beginning, I already had favor with them.


    Because God told me in advance to pray for favor with specific people. I had no idea why at the time. I didn’t anticipate needing those relationships. But God had surprises up His sleeve, and He gave me the directives I’d need in advance so that His purposes could unfold smoothly.

    It has been wild, I’m telling you. Wild! 🙂

    So here’s the crucial thing you need to know about prayer directives:

    God gives you prayer directives because He is ready to do a new thing in your life. In a new season, He is going to open new doors.

    So He asks you to pray in advance. Your prayers give Him permission to operate radically in your life. Your prayers allow Him to open strategic doors for you, even when you don’t realize the doors are important at all.

    Even when you feel like your prayer directives are totally random, God doesn’t. He alone knows His entire master plan:

    • God knows what relationships you will need to enter into your destiny.
    • He knows what skills you will need and when you will need them.
    • He knows how much influence you will need, and how you can gain it (by serving, loving, and praying before you ever need that influence).
    • He knows what information you will need to know–and just as importantly, of what you need to be ignorant!

    God alone knows how the pieces of your life need to come together. And prayer directives pave the way for His plans and purposes.

    There is always a strategic paving of the road before God makes a sudden move. Isaiah 40:3-5 tells us about paving the way for God:

    Start-quoteThe voice of one crying in the wilderness: “Prepare the way of the Lord; make straight in the desert a highway for our God.

    Every valley shall be exalted and every mountain and hill brought low; the crooked places shall be made straight and the rough places smooth; the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together; for the mouth of the Lord has spoken.”

    Prayer directives are God’s bulldozers. They’re His heavy, earthmoving equipment. When you follow God’s prayer directives, your prayers get things into position and alignment before you ever need to build.

    Then, when God moves suddenly and it’s time for the building to rise, the foundation you need is already in place–because you obeyed and prayed.

    How to get your own prayer directives:

    Prayer directives come from the Word. Every time. And that’s a good thing, because you can’t pray righteous prayers without making sure your prayer aligns with God’s Word. Any prayer you didn’t get from the Word–or can’t support with the Word–is in danger of being a witchcraft prayer.

    Related: How To Avoid Witchcraft Prayer

    So how do you get your prayer directives out of the Word?

    1. Sit down with the Holy Spirit and your Bible.
    2. Ask the Holy Spirit for revelation out of His Word. Ask Him to open it up to you and help you understand it. Ask Him to speak His on-time, right-now word to you out of it.
    3. Ask Him where He wants you to read. Listen for His spontaneous voice in your spirit.
    4. Open your Bible and read. Take copious notes. Meditate on what you read. Chew, chew, chew on God’s yummy Word.
    5. When key phrases jump out at you that seem to pertain to your life right now (or where you want your life to go), write them down and pray into them.
    6. You can build your list of prayer directives over time. You don’t have to get them all at once. Just start praying into what you do have when you get one. 🙂

    Every Scripture passage is good for prayer and study. But some passages will really grip you. They will really summarize the desire and hunger that’s in your heart right now. Those key passages will often be God’s promises, and they are things that you will suddenly have faith to believe for.

    Those are your prayer directives.

    Some of them may be more pressing than others. But the Holy Spirit will lead you and teach you how to pray if you will ask! First John 2:27 promises you this:

    Start-quoteBut the anointing which you have received from Him abides in you, and you do not need that anyone teach you; but as the same anointing teaches you concerning all things, and is true, and is not a lie, and just as it has taught you, you will abide in Him.”

    It doesn’t matter if you don’t know what you’re doing. Just ask the Holy Spirit to guide you, and He will!

    And ask God for prayer directives about very specific things.

    For example, you might want to ask Him to show you how to pray about:

    • Your future spouse, if you’re single and want to be married;
    • Your finances;
    • Your business;
    • Your job;
    • Your children;
    • Your ministry.

    God wants to talk to you about every part of your life.

    Another key thing about prayer directives is this: prayer directives are urgent, so you’ll often see very fast answers.

    When I started asking God to honor me, He did–the VERY NEXT DAY. It was a fast answer, because it was a crucial part of His strategy for my life in my new season.

    When you start praying into the prayer directives God lays on your heart, begin looking for answers right away. (I always ask God to show me the answers, so I don’t overlook them amidst the busyness of life. I’d recommend you do the same.)

    And especially when you start to see rapid answers, take those answers as confirmation that you heard your prayer directive clearly. Then PRESS in to God and keep on praying. You’ll start to see a trend in certain areas of your life, as God builds momentum and carries you forward.

    (By the way, what you bless and thank God for will increase in your life. When you give thanks for small answers, He brings bigger answers and grows that thing in your life. Click here to read my personal example in Giving Thanks For Small Beginnings.)

    The next crucial point about prayer during your new season:

    Prayer is of UTMOST importance if you want God to do new things in your life.

    • Prayer draws you closer to God.
    • Prayer helps you hear God better. You’ll often hear Him speak spontaneously to you during prayer, because prayer is a two-way conversation.
    • Praying will help you release your burdens and anxieties and find rest in Jesus.
    • Prayer–especially intercessory prayer–forms the character of Christ in you. Jesus is the Ultimate Intercessor. When you intercede for someone else, you become more like Jesus.
    • Prayer gives God permission to answer.

    You might already be a committed pray-er. But maybe you’re not. If you’re not, don’t beat yourself up.

    If you don’t have much of a prayer life yet, there’s no time like the present to begin. Even starting with 5, 10, or 15 minutes of prayer each day will make a huge difference in your life. Ask God to help you, and to increase your capacity for prayer.

    Then pray these specific things to develop a love for prayer, and to grow in powerful prayer:

    1. Ask God for the spirit of grace and supplication that He promised in Zechariah 12:10: 

    Start-quoteAnd I will pour on the house of David and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem the Spirit of grace and supplication; then they will look on Me whom they pierced. Yes, they will mourn for Him as one mourns for his only son, and grieve for Him as one grieves for a firstborn.”

    The spirit of grace and supplication makes prayer easy. It draws and compels you to pray.

    2. Ask God to teach you to pray, like the disciples asked Jesus in Luke 11:1:

    Start-quoteNow it came to pass, as He was praying in a certain place, when He ceased, that one of His disciples said to Him, “Lord, teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples.”

    3. Ask the Holy Spirit to intercede for you, as He promised to do in Romans 8:26-27: 

    Start-quoteLikewise the Spirit also helps in our weaknesses. For we do not know what we should pray for as we ought, but the Spirit Himself makes intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.

    Now He who searches the hearts knows what the mind of the Spirit is, because He makes intercession for the saints according to the will of God.”

    4. Ask God to use you in the extremely powerful ministry of intercession.

    Start-quoteTherefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men” (1 Timothy 2:1).

    Related: 5 Ways To Ask God To Increase Your Prayer Life

    Prayer works. Every time. God responds to prayer. And when we pray through the specific prayer directives God has put on our hearts, we often see rapid answers. Puzzle pieces start to come together. New things start happening. And when doors start to open, you can look back and see how your prayer directives opened them.

    So now let’s talk about attitude directives:

    An attitude directive is something in your heart that God wants to cultivate NOW. These will also be of utmost importance for your new season, but their importance isn’t limited to just the next season of your life. God’s work in your heart in these areas will be permanent changes because attitude directives always make us more like Jesus.

    The comforting thing is that God never gives us more than we’re ready for, so usually you’ll get like one attitude directive. Or maybe two. It won’t get overwhelming; He’s just merciful like that. 🙂

    Here are some of the attitude directives God has specifically given me in recent seasons:

    1. Loyalty.

    Loyalty is so key in relationships, but it’s easy to neglect.

    Our flesh always wants to do what will make us feel good at any given moment. And unfortunately, being loyal to someone often does not make us feel good… because we’re only tested on loyalty when it’s hard.

    But loyalty is worth it. Jesus was loyal and faithful to the Father, even when it cost Him His life. He refused to disobey or walk away from the Father. Yes, He begged for the cross to pass from Him… but when Father said no, Jesus stuck with Father.

    I’ve been tested on loyalty a number of times in recent years. I’ve failed some of the tests. I hate to admit that; I wish I hadn’t. But some of the most important relationships I have exist because of the times I have been loyal. And now God is using those relationships powerfully in my life.

    2. Honor.

    Honor is the currency of God’s Kingdom. When you choose to honor other people–regardless of their station in life–God will honor you.

    What is honor? Here are a few examples:

    • Honor is when you respect your leader even when he or she is younger than you, newer than you, or a different gender than you… and you choose to submit to their authority.
    • When the travelling missionary had to sleep in his car last night and you find out about it, honor means your heart is grieved because he should have been provided for (and you would have met the need, had you known).
    • Honor is when you refuse to bash your boss or your pastor in the hallway committee, the water cooler committee, the parking lot committee, the after-church committee… you get the point.
    • Honor is when you bless your pastor, parent, boss, or mentor with a gift, just because you’re grateful for what they have sown into your life.

    When I began to really cultivate a heart of honor, God responded powerfully. He rewarded me with new and increased relationships, with honor from others, with favor and with influence. And even if He hadn’t, I would have wanted it anyway because honor makes you more like Jesus.

    Giving honor to others is important to God. Cultivating a heart of honor is key to your spiritual growth.

    Related: Read about my personal experience getting a revelation about honor here, in We Need a Culture of Honor. Also, read You Have the Right To Talk About Your Pastor and tell me if you agree!

    I could go into other attitude directives God has given me, but we don’t have time here. But know this:

    Attitude directives are heart changes, and you don’t have to do the heavy lifting. God will change your heart if you ask Him to. Just submit to His work and conviction, one moment at a time.

    And don’t expect yourself to be perfect.

    You may not get it right the first time. That’s ok. Don’t get overwhelmed. I have messed up many, many times.

    But you know what? We serve a faithful, merciful God, and His mercy and grace outshines our sins every day of the week. The blood of Jesus covers our sins and gives us a fresh start–every. single. day.

    Just remember this if you mess up:

    Start-quoteIf we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9).

    So how do you get your own attitude directives?

    The same way you got your prayer directives. You get alone with God and ask Him what He wants to cultivate in your heart right now. It may be thankfulness. It may be wisdom. It may be sensitivity to the Holy Spirit.

    Whatever He wants to work on, let Him. Remember His promise in Ezekiel 36:26:

    Start-quoteI will give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you; I will take the heart of stone out of your flesh and give you a heart of flesh.”

    We cannot change ourselves, but God can and will change us if we will submit to His leading, molding, and shaping.

    And then there are action directives. Action directives are the specific next steps you need to take in order to embrace your new season.

    Action directives are where the rubber meets the road. They are where faith gets shoe leather. They are the manifestation of the new thing God is doing in your life.

    And God will tell you exactly what they are and when to do each step. In tomorrow’s blog post, I’m going to share EXACTLY how to get all the action directives you need for your next season.

    Sound exciting? Trust me; it is. Getting God’s action directives is absolutely thrilling. So check back tomorrow and let’s talk some more!

    In the meantime, would you leave a comment below and tell me your thoughts on prayer and attitude directives? I’d love to hear your questions and feedback!

    Image courtesy of Elizabeth Haslam on Flickr via Creative Commons license. Image has been cropped and text and graphics added.


    1. Love this! So great… such an answer to prayer for me 🙂

      1. Yay!!! Thank you for reading, Angela! I hope your directives are thrilling and you see the answers you desire quickly! 🙂

        1. Thank you for letting God use you to minister to us.

      2. Margaret Nathaniel says:

        God is good all the time.God spoke to me through today word and it confirmed in my spirit that he is saying that my spiritual season has changed,and how I need to position my self for the New season.God is so faithful and He really feel’s our pain,and all your encouraging word’s and prayers have come in right time. I thank God for His love and I thank you for sharing and being sensitive to Holy Spirit.God bless you Jamie.

    2. Katie Reynolds says:

      First of all, I appreciate the time and commitment you have put into these posts! Your passion and excitement ooze from each revelation shared! Thank you! I’m excited and greatly anticipating my new season! I feel like I’ve been a spiritual bun in the Holy Spirit ‘s oven for the last 3 years! He has given me my next assignment. This post in particular finally gave name to some “random” thoughts/ideas that I’ve written down but was not necessarily sure what to do with… Prayer directives. Attitude directives. Bill Johnson writes in his book, Hosting the Presence, “There is always a difference between what’s in our account and what’s in our possession…. They possessed only what they could steward well.” My prayer is that every download, every word, every directive He gives me would be fully recognized and yielded to without waste or resistance. I don’t want to miss a thing:)

      1. Katie, you blow me away. You’re amazing. Thank you for sharing, but mostly, thank you for being YOU. I adore your heart and your hunger for the Lord.
        And THIS!!!: “They possessed only what they could steward well.” Oh, yes. God in Heaven, teach me how to steward well everything You have entrusted to me in Christ Jesus.
        I’m excited for your next season, Katie! I can’t wait to see and hear more!!!
        Love you bunches! Thank you so much for reading and for sharing your thoughts!

    3. Cheryl Smith says:

      Oh, my word! My heart has been seeking God SO fervently over the past few months concerning the feeling that He is about to open a new season for my family and me. It is a very long story…I emailed you just now just a few of the highlights enough to shed a little light on what we are experiencing. But, I just wanted to comment and tell you that I am SO amazed at how God led me to this site tonight and to this particular post. It is JUST what I needed VERY badly. I am so wanting to know what it is that God is doing in our lives, and it is like there is only a small glimpse being presented to us. I am going to re-read this and try to absorb all you are saying, because it is SO valuable to me right now. I can’t thank God or you enough. God bless you!

      1. Wow, Cheryl, that is so so so awesome!! Thank you for sharing! Praising Jesus with you that this post ministered to you! I LOVE THE HOLY SPIRIT! Go, Jesus!

    4. Could you please tell me where to find the link for the Action Directives? This post ties in with the New Year’s discussion we had in our first small group meeting. Isn’t it wonderful when God confirms what He is saying through a total stranger? Thank you.

    5. The things you wrote are so in tune with God that is incredible! He is clearly calling for workers to bring the harvest in, and bringing many people worldwide into a relationship with Himself, and what you write really helps people to do this. Thank you for listening to God and sharing what you know.

      A small request. Would it be possible to write the bible verse reference in the grey box next to the verse? It would make it much easier for further study.

      Thank you!

      1. Hi Lisa! Thank you, and thank you for reading!
        About the references – I always try to write the chapter and verse, either at the end of the quote or just above it in the text. I don’t repeat the text if it’s above, just because it’s hard to read; but it will always be in one place or the other.

    6. Tami Page says:

      Jamie, I feel so stuck in a deadend job where there is no honor or favor. It is the first time in my 24 years as a RN that I have worked with a boss like this. I do love my patients and co-workers, but I know the season is changing.I am having a hard time finding another job without furthering my education. I am 56 years old, so I am not sure how profitable it would be to take out student loans at this late date, etc. or maybe God has something totally new altogether!
      I am on day 3 of a 21 day fast to seek Him for answers. He keeps leading me to your blog as a heart searching tool! Thanks so much for what you do!

      1. Tami, thank you so much for sharing what you’re going through. I pray our Daddy God would give you great wisdom. I’m wondering… if money were no object and you could do anything at all for a living (even if it doesn’t look like a traditional job), what would you do? Something to think about eve if you don’t want to post it here, since comments are public. 🙂 No matter what your next season looks like, He will give you the guidance you need. And I saw that you got a copy of Arise, Shine!… Thank you. I pray it will bless you. And you might want to check out the FAQs page about entering your new season if you haven’t already. That page has a lot of information about how to discern God’s leadership, flow, etc.
        I pray He would pour out on you RIVERS of excitement, revelation, JOY, and stick-to-it-iveness as you seek God about His plans for your new season! Have a wonderful day, and thank you so much for sharing!!! 🙂

    7. Betsy Hallmark says:

      I was “surfing” Pinterest today when I discovered your website. WHAT A BLESSING it was to me. Our family is in a struggle right now and we need help from the Lord. Our son and his family moved to Montana in September and they have asked my husband and I go come up there with them. We are a very close family and have never lived apart before. My husband is having trouble finding a job in Montana. We so want to get that job and get moved as quickly as possible. Would you please agree with us in prayer that will happen for us very, very soon. I know everything is in the Lord’s timing but we really miss our grandchildren!!!

    8. Thank You and may God bless you!!!

      1. It’s my pleasure and thank you for reading, Tina! I praise our Father for blessing you.

    9. Tami Page says:

      Wow! This is amazing Jamie! God has been whispering to my heart Jeremiah 33:3, “come seek me and I will show you the hidden things”. Also , there is a place in my heart that longs for restoration of honor do to unjust circumstances that have happened. I dont want to be want to be above others, just honored & respected. Also, a dear friend has recommended a book about favor! And I have been praying for favor over my family.
      I tend to pray for others & not myself. God is speaking to me about that as well! This message confirms all of this!
      In addition he has been speaking to me on these attitude directives. That I have hurt in my heart & need to forgive people that haven’t honored me. Also, do my family’s circumstances my loyalty has been questioned. I have become both of my parents primary caregiver this past year. I haven’t been able to participate in church activities as much & when I do get to come, I’ve been receiving well meaning but hurtful comments. God is speaking to me about having an unoffended spirit. This is hard for me at times because of harsh words that were spoken over me as a child. When I feel criticized unjustly I bow up inside as a defense mechanism. I don’t usually answer back harshly, especially with non family, I just hold it all inside. Please pray for me about this. And thank you for who you are and what you are doing to encourage the body of Christ!

    10. Thank you for this Jamie. The prayer directive or so spot on. I am truly grateful and appreciate this teaching.

    11. Thank you Jamie! Big answer to prayer…

    12. Thank you so much for sharing your Ministry with us Jamie, I truly get fed reading your emails every day and activating the message, and Praying the Word, Decreeing and Declaring, Let there be Life in your Family, friends and finances, in Jesus Name, Amen.

    13. Joseph Gandywest Agathe says:

      Hi Jamie .Happy new year to you and your family.Yo do not know how much the blog you posted me has been helping encouraging me in this time of trial I am through.Pray for me for God to reveal his plan his wishes his heart to me.pray for me for the holy spirit to teach me how to pray especially what to pray in this hard season I am in.Amen

    14. Jamie, you are an incredible amazing woman of God. I love what you have to pour out for all who will… I don’t get anything like this in church and I am just sponging all this up. I want this kind of growth and beauty in my life. This just had to be a leading of the Holy Spirit to have me click on your link at the bottom of The Elijah List, though I have read some of your writings there before, the last one really captivated me. I can hardly wait to put all this into practice. Loving today’s post, it is so rich. Hearing and doing what you have written has increased intimacy with the Lord beyond what I have ever encountered before.
      I love to read the comments and remember those who post them in prayer, to receive and be all God has for them in this new season.
      I can honestly say, I give thanks to God upon every remembrance of you.
      Holding you in highest esteem.
      May blessings be multiplied 100-fold back to you for the blessing you are to so many in Jesus name. Amen and Amen.

    15. Wow what a word?????????? Than You Father God for this word and for using Your daughter Jamie as a mighty vessel ??❤️God bless you abundantly Jamie ??❤️

    16. Michael Laney says:

      Thank you very much for rekindling a FIRE within my life. Yes Mam, God is very passionate about direction! Twice He has given me instructions for praying specifically.
      First He said to Pray that my job find me. SECOND He told me in a dream to pray that the hell coming against me collide with the HEAVEN within me!
      Fan His Flame!

    17. Thank you so much Jamie for this post. I have just gone through such a difficult and seemingly dark time and have been doggedly holding onto His Word. This spoke directly to my heart and confirming so much of what I “thought” I was hearing from our Beloved. Love to you!

    18. Wow!! This explains why certain things have been placed in my heart to pray persistently about. Things I’ve prayed about before but now have a strong passion to pray even more for. Praise God for this new season and what He is bringing to pass!!

    19. Jamie,
      I can’t THANK YOU enough for being such an obedient servant!!!! Your words are so timely and are continuous confirmation of things GOD is doing in and through his sheep. May GOD continues to use you as a vessel to convey his TRUTH. I pray many blessings and favor over you and your family, your ministry and all of your loyal supporters.
      >>>>>>>>>GOD BLESS YOU JAMIE<<<<<<<<<<

    20. Kudakwashe says:

      And this word felt brand-new to me, i am in awe just realizing that the comments here are dated as far as 2014!!

    21. Veronica Smith says:

      Thank You so much, Jamie, this has really been Awesome for me and my son. I’m so Thankful and Grateful for you being able to teach these, Directives.

    22. Lord I submit myself to you. Holy Spirit teach me how to pray.

    23. Hi Jamie, this is so amazing, you are such a blessing to me & all of us. I am looking forward the next post but dont see it yer today….blessings & love in Christ ….

    24. I would love to have the gift of prophecy but awhile back I asked for the gift of interperpretation and I still haven’t received that. I really want the gift of interpretation because when I’m speaking in tongues I find myself concentrating on what’s coming out of my mouth
      ..I want to know what I’m saying. Then the gift of prophecy. Thanks be to God! Thank you Jamie for all you do for us🙂

    25. I think that this is an blessing from these life long much need lessons thank you very much God is Grrreat

    26. Thank you for this Jamie. I am so encouraged and blessed by your ministry. My Life is being transformed everyday. I can’t wait to see what the Lord will do. Heavenly directives! Yes please!!! Amen

    27. Grateful for receiving this word! Amen!

    28. Georgekutty P.A says:

      Thank you Jamie for helping me to go through this teaching. This helps me to correct some of my attitude and make it right with others. This is very helpful.

    29. Crystal Hill says:

      Thank you Jamie for helping me to go through this teaching. This helps me to correct some things in my life and my attitude and make it right with others. very helpful.

    30. Your information is so helpful! I am learning so much! Never thought about directives. I am so eager to learn more.

    31. Iva Leacock says:

      Thank you so much Jamie, every message that you have shared, is so impacting on my life.
      May God continue to bless you in every area of your life.
      God bless.

    32. Melinda Davis says:

      Jamie, thank you for this on-time word. I pray God will bless you, your family, and your ministry in Jesus Name, AMEN

    33. Sounds like the way to go.

    34. Ijeoma mbah says:

      Jamie your consistency can only be testamentary to the Grace of God!!Thank you for being a tool for my edification..I received a prayer directive from Deuteronomy 8:7-10 as I was reading this post..A new season is upon me.. May God help me not to miss a beat in Jesus Name..God bless you..

    35. Maryanne Njoroge says:

      Wow Jamie! Thank you so much for always allowing God to use you. This was such a blessing, and I timely teaching! God abundantly bless you my dear ❤️.

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