“Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.” (Hebrews 12:2)

Dear Beloved of the Lord,

This Wednesday, our Warrior Forces become Champions. Jubilee Warrior Forces are a company of believers dedicated to partnering with God in His declared purposes on earth, in Jubilee, and over my calling. I have seen, and experienced firsthand, the power of corporate prayer and agreement many times, as the Lord has used His warriors to communicate His directives, and accomplish His will. Thank you!

For years—no decades—I have longed for this, as the Apostle Paul begged of the believers in Rome; “Now I beg you, brethren, through the Lord Jesus Christ, and through the love of the Spirit, that you strive together with me in prayers to God for me.” (Romans 15:30) Paul’s plea was so that he could “come in the fullness of the blessing of the gospel of Christ…to be delivered from unbelievers…for his service to be acceptable…and to come to them with joy by the will of God.” (Romans 15:29-32)

The Lord has spoken (confirming it by many prophetic utterances) that He has chosen Jubilee and called us “Champions.”

What is a Champion? A Champion (according to scripture) is someone who has overcome. What does it mean to overcome? To overcome (like Jesus did) is to endure the cross.

God reveals Jesus to us, faith comes, promise is given, and joy is set before us. Problems also come in response to our promises to contest and control.

The cross (our laying down our soul—our fears, our control, and our attempt to righteousness by works) brings reproach.

Reproach is the slime of the devil as he accuses us of everything. But we continue on. Jesus is our joy, and He sees our struggles. He is not ashamed to be called our brother and has prepared a
place for us. A champion is one who, having overcome (endured), now sits with Christ on His throne. Answer these two questions and you are ready to sit down.

  1. What is the joy that was set before you? What started your journey of becoming? This may take a bit of processing, because the devil is so insidious and malicious, that reproach may be all you feel and see.
  2. So answer that question too. What is the reproach that you carry? This is more inside than outside, meaning it feels a whole lot worse than it appears; that why it has to be despised.

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, October 30:

6 pm: “Seeing and Hearing.” Preparation of receiving a new name. This is a body-wide name change and discovery journey. Come and enter in to the place prepared for you.

7 pm: “Champions Commissioning.” Abraham’s name was changed from Abram to Abraham when he was set to inherit what had been promised to him long ago. Name changes set identities much like inheritance scriptures. An inheritance scripture is how you are known—your name is how you are called.

Sunday, November 3:

9 am: Larry Bingman will be sharing “A Great and Effectual Door Open to Us.” Larry’s calling, as an evangelist, has been proven over and over again with signs and wonders. Larry now is being raised to call forth the work of the evangelist in all of us.

10:20 am: Nations Prayer. Join us in passionate prayer for the kingdoms of this world that are becoming the Kingdoms of our God and of His Christ. Travel the world in thirty minutes and the interior
world of His people as we pray from heaven for earth.

11 am: I will be sharing “Taking Jesus with You to Work.” Jesus has come to our reality to transform us and those around us by His glory and our gospel. The champion-shift means we have access on
earth to reign in Christ like never before. We have been given authority.

Grace and shalom,


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