It’s not by accident that you’re reading this book or
that you made it to Chapter Eleven.  I’m
so glad that you’re learning to break generational barriers, overcome
strongholds, and work through the reflective questions found in each chapter.  If you made it this far, your actions say you’re ready for lasting change and
that you value yourself enough to go above and beyond what’s
normal.  Hallelujah! 

I thank God you
decided to heal; put in the work and
listen to God as He guides and directs you to the next level so you too can pass
your test and experience your lasting miracle. 
As you trust in God’s Word and allow Him to guide your hand, you cannot
fail.  It’s your personal responsibility
to sacrifice, break strongholds, and take up the whole armor of God in hopes
that others behind you can walk into their destiny.  When you know who you are, you must also know
whose you belong to so God can continuously elevate you.  God is looking for you to get excited about
the next level.  You can’t just live the
dream for yourself.  That’s not the
purpose of God.  God’s purpose for you is
that you dream bigger than yesterday, but it starts with you breaking free of
internal and external barriers. 

You can’t resist or come against the powers of God.  To operate at the next level, you must become
a close friend of God, where you are so dedicated to the task at hand that He
is ready to release you to the next level. Once you make a conscious decision to walk in your kingdom
authority, you must take God at His word. 
That’s right!  When God says in Philippians 4:19 (ESV) that
I will supply all your needs.  He
actually means it.  Or, when He promises
that if you “delight yourself in Him, He will give you the desires of
your heart,” according to Psalm 37:4 (ESV). 
When God blesses you with influence to impact the world, He blesses you
so you can impact someone else.  Every
promise was written in an active
blueprint found in the Bible.  It’s
strategically mapped out and broken down into 66 books detailing laws, rules, commandments, principles, and consequences written by 40 diverse writers validating
the works of one powerful being-God.

Understand this spiritual truth like Joseph…

Your shift starts with a dream far beyond where you are sitting, standing, or the pit you
feel like you’re trapped in. 

I’ve come to realize over the years that limitations
can be those internal barriers like those mental roadblocks that tell you…”You’re not good enough.  You can’t complete this or that.”  God desires for you to dream beyond what you
see today.  No one is responsible for the choices or the energy you
put out into the universe, but you.  But remember, you were put on this earth to
change the heart of God’s people and be a rescue to brokenhearted or lost
spirits.  But to empower others, you must
first empower yourself by diving deeper into His word and encouraging yourself
with timely wisdom where you access the throne of the Holy Spirit.  Your spiritual journey during this scared
time is where God surgically remove or mend the broken pieces that you’ve
amassed during impact.  While you seek
special attention from the Master during Spiritual
Triage™, this is where you are placed on a special spiritual diet to start
recovery.  This self-care prescription is
full of God’s Word and spiritual truths. 
The number of times per day in which you carefully administer your scriptural
dosage, your recovery time is cut in half. 
As you feel His blessings hoovering over you, you’ll start to see Him
sending forth gatekeepers, fierce prayer warriors, and battlefield soldiers with
healing hands to help you along the way. 

What is your
intention with God’s promises for your life? 
Is it to help others or help yourself?

What do you want to
do for the Lord?

How can your gift
empower and impact others?

How are you filling
your mission in life?

What does your
mission say about you?

What is the real
motivation behind you writing a book, starting a business, seeking new
employment, etc.?

How will your
platform create a positive shift in the universe?

Is your intention for
your gifts and talents to impact or empower others?

You’re a spiritual force that’s meant to empower
others as you constantly seek the Lord’s
face.   As you selflessly surrender to Him, remember, you can’t fight this spiritual
battle alone.  While seeking the Almighty
for wisdom and guidance to impact so many lives, you can’t forget to often surround yourself with love and joy.  Yes!  These two special elements help keep you
grounded for the long journey ahead.  I
can’t help but encourage you to frequently pray and rest during this special
season of recovery.  You know, birthing
forth a major breakthrough and being set free isn’t a simple task and these
blessings shouldn’t be taking lightly. 
That’s why the Lord sends help like those healing heads I spoke
about earlier who are specially selected by Him to give you time to rest in His
Word.   And with God’s help, more recovery will birth
forth easing your anxieties so you’ll have more time to focus on Him.

I want the best for you.  God, the ultimate Gift Giver, wants the best for you too.  That’s why it’s important that you understand
that limitations can be external barriers: negative opinions from others,
spending too much time on social media, or unsupportive community-family and
friends.  When you put in the work to
clarify your purpose, God releases you from the negative barriers that have
held you back through fear or rejection. 
Through grace, Christ is setting you free.  As He continues
to prune away the limbs that are no
longer applicable to your new season, He’s prepping you to drive, walk, and fly
beyond the borders that have become comfortable
to you.  Proverbs 11:28 (AMP)
says, “But the righteous who trust in God’s provision will flourish like a green leaf.”  Are you ready to flourish and live an
abundant life, where you, the tree, is full of green leaves (full of Christ)
bearing abundant fruit for the world to witness?

For so long, I allowed fear to hold me back from
walking in the full manifestation of my purpose.  I feared judgment
from others.  I didn’t know if me disclosing
my gift to the world would negatively change the course of what I thought was
my forever destiny at that time.   Even those who had not encounter me or test
the fruit of God’s gift, I didn’t know how the world would react to such a
powerful gift where the anointing flowed and where people were healed and set
free.   Today, I no longer am fearful of
the powerful move of the Holy Spirit that flows through me.  Fear no longer rob me of my love, peace, and joy when I effortlessly operate in my gift.  The more I grow in Christ, the more I come to
realize that it wasn’t my time to reveal my gift.  But because I chose, even out of spiritual
ignorance at the time, not fully
understanding all the whys, to walk
blindly, “He has made everything beautiful in its time.” (Ecclesiastes 3:11, ESV)  Like Mary, it was meant for me to keep my
gift hidden for such an appointed time. 
That season of hiding is now marveled by many but was viewed by me as a
“not now” season.  A season of
waiting.  A season of divine
preparation.  A season of letting go, and
letting God.  A season of spiritual
brokenness.  A season of total surrender.  A season of unapologetically finding me.  A season of becoming comfortable in my own skin.  A season of total healing in hurtful areas
where I had forgotten the deep-rooted
seed that birthed years of horrific pain. 
A season of seeing life through a different set of spiritual lens
where I was forced to see people’s true hearts, yet learning how to quickly
forgive and listen while being slow to
speak and anger.

As I grow spiritually, I no
longer feel this emptiness keeping me from stepping into my destiny.  Instead, I feel an urgency to push like never
before so those who stand behind me eagerly waiting for a spiritual midwife can
birth forth their assignment too.  Yes, some of you fear to be different.  While some
of you fear the story that you’ve lived for the last year, decade, or century
will cause resentment or fear in the community where you live.  But instinctively,
God wants you to own who you are. Instinctive behavior causes you to adapt to
your environment since birth.  This type
of behavior is an innate behavior that calls for special care particularly if you’re in the infancy stage learning how to
survive in your new environment. This is the point of contact where your five
senses heighten and you immediately tap into your pre-program of instinct.  These instinctive behaviors are key to your survival. 

When your internal state alerts your mind, body, and
spirit, that your environment is no longer conducive for where God is taking
you or positioned you, you instinctively learn how to survive in your new
environment.  That’s why you’re vulnerable for a reason.  Your season of intensified vulnerability is so you are totally reliant on God.  Just like a crying baby who seeks the
attention from his or her parents, God too seeks your attention.  Therefore, He creates walls or allows painful
life events to occur in hopes of getting your attention read Numbers 22:24-25
for a supportive example.  The instinct
to cry out to God alerts Him that something is wrong and that you need
help.  Psalm 107:28-29 (Voice) declares,
“In their distress, they called out to the Eternal, and He saved them from
their misery.  He commanded the storm to
calm down, and it became still.”  When
you are totally reliant on God, He instantly steps in to assist you.  That’s the job of a loving parent.  Your cry
is a powerful weapon that causes God to stop and take notice of what’s
hurting you.  That’s why your survivor story
or battle wound is important to the world. 
It paints a vivid picture of the sordid battle events the devil never
intended for you to share because he didn’t expect you to win. 

The devil didn’t think you would
overcome such an ordeal.  But God did.  Just because you think you don’t deserve
God’s goodness, you worship an intentional God of purpose who doesn’t keep
score of what you did yesterday or twenty years ago.  Be grateful that God doesn’t keep a record
like man.  But instead, He is a redeemer.  A restorer of all things.   

I still have flashbacks of moments in
time where I know if it had not been for the goodness of God, I would have been
labeled a throw-away.  But I’m so glad
God writes the kind of stories that allow you and me to showcase His grace and
mercy.  Don’t you? 

Often, I minister to brokenhearted
women who count their story as a loss.  You
know.  Those life events or situations
that seemed impossible, unfixable, or shameful according to some but not to God
because what man sees as impossible, unfixable, or shameful…He sees as possible.  Our Savior knows best.  In fact, a good parent knows you better than
you know yourself.  Therefore, He
understands your capacity. You know…how much you can and cannot handle.  The Holy Spirit is more aware than you
know.  In His perfect timing, with one
wink of an eye, your life can be transformed.  Revisit the beautiful biblical stories of
Mary, Elizabeth, Rahab, Hannah, or Ruth. 
Their stories didn’t end as a gloomy tragedy.  In fact, their stories left you clutching
your pearls or sitting on the edge of your seat excitedly waiting for your
sudden miracle.  Your immediate
breakthrough.  Your now moment.   Right?  
God’s plan is always on point when you are aligned with your purpose and
fearlessly carrying out His plan.    

Make your demand right now.  The kind of demand that forces God to move on your behalf. 
Our heavenly Father walks alongside you waiting to suddenly dry your
tears or set you free from the flood of negative emotions keeping you from living life on purpose or experiencing
life more abundantly.   For the first time, in a long time, I’ve come
to embrace speaking directly to my fears while serving others on a worldwide prophetic
platform from a conscience place that is
changing the trajectory of women, young girls, and a few men- globally. 

A beautiful soul is birthed through the sharing and
giving from the heart when God delicately tattoo
a Rhema word upon your heart to encourage
His people.  If
God has purposed you to become an inspiration to others, you must ensure that
you establish yourself from a grounded place where your mission or platform
touches lives. Your impact shouldn’t consist of you solely wanting to make money and become
what I call “InstaFamous”.  Your purpose,
your legacy, your heart space should change the trajectory of the people you
connect to daily.  That’s why spending
time with the Father is so important. 
This precious time prepares your heart to not only minister from a pure
place, but it positions you to go before the throne in a posture of sincere
worship.  The more you show up willingly
and ready to serve others from a sincere place, instinctively, you feel the
sweet presence of  God speaking and
motioning you where to go and telling you what to say.

In this lifetime, I aspire to be an amazing human being. Don’t you?  Because when you’re called to the help birth
the vision of someone else through a spoken word or stand in the gap as a birth attendant, you can’t allow life’s
barriers to hinder you from unearthing everything God desires to complete
through you.   I know at one point and
time, I feared to be different because I was
overwhelmed with the feeling of low self-esteem.
 For years, I didn’t want people to know
I had a prophetic gift.  This may sound
strange, but growing up in a small, rural area…people didn’t talk about
prophetic giftings.  I never saw myself
walking in the calling of a pastor or a prophetess.  I never wanted to be an educator.  I thought I was going to law school.  Travel the world internationally.  Get married to a loving husband and have 2.5
kids.  Wow!  Some of my plans have changed tremendously over the years.  With every single mistake made, God has pushed
me to grow into a better Christian. 

Often in life, if we are not careful, we will find
ourselves digging deep trying to unearth good memories because our bad days outnumber our good days.  In order to be set free and stay free, as a
believer, you must remember that you make plans for your life, but the Lord
without question will establish your steps.   I feared people depending on me
spiritually.  I didn’t want to coach or
give advice as a pastor or prophetess. 
My fears limited me at the time what God wanted to do in my life.  The moment I stopped allowing my negative
thoughts to run rampant and get the best of me, my life started to change.  My goal to date is to fulfill the highest
level of purpose that God has for me. 
Whatever His direction is, I am now willing to go.

From one Christian to another, do not allow the spirit
of fear to prematurely abort your purpose. 
Do not allow other people’s salty opinions or their lack of acceptance
dictate how you walk in your purpose. 
Starting right now, stop apologizing for being you.  Stop apologizing for posting your
Christ-centered posts on social media just because the world doesn’t
conform-yet.  Stop apologizing for owning
who God has equipped you to be.  Stop
apologizing for roaring your purpose loudly and making a fierce impact in the
world.  Stop waiting for others to
validate who you are.  God has validated
you, and His opinion is the only opinion that matters.  Stop using social media as a lurking tool to
stock the pages of other people you wish to be like if you’re not going to take
flight and pursue your dream.

Seek God’s opinion for where He’s called you to go in
this season.  No longer will you wait for someone else so you can play catch up. 
Really?!?  So, if Jane of Fred
never does anything with their life, should you put your life on hold permanently?

I need for you to believe this is your miracle season
to walk in your purpose unapologetically!  Now, the question is…do you believe in
yourself?

See,
the longer you sit and fail to completely
accept the call and walk out your
purpose, the longer you wait to register for school and complete your
certificate, bachelor’s, masters or
doctorate program.   The longer you take
to start that business.  The more you
prolong writing that book, starting your ministry, exploring the world. 

The longer you keep making excuses driven by fear telling
yourself you can’t…you don’t know how…you don’t think you’re good enough,
pretty enough, tall enough or rich enough…these negative blockers will keep you
from being visible in the world.  That’s
what the enemy wants.  The longer you
replay negative talks in your mind…

The longer you allow people to talk you out of your
purpose…that is the longer you will walk around aimlessly trying to figure out
your life when God had the answer all the time. 
Over the year, I’ve spoken with people during LIVE 1:1 coaching calls
and it amazes me how people allow self-doubt, negative talk, other people’s
opinions and low self-esteem to block, hinder, or prematurely abort their
destiny.

What
have you gotten from this book so far?

How
is this book changing your life?

This
is not the time to overthink the faint whispers of God.  This is the time to capture God’s wisdom in
your heart and transcribe it on paper so you have something to reach
toward.  As a woman of God, it’s time you
help encourage others through your gift through positive upliftment.  Now ask yourself, how does fear trap you from
believing Bigger…believing beyond your wildest imagination.  How does fear keep you trapped in a reoccurring
cycle of telling yourself lies in order to make yourself feel better about your
personal and professional life?

We
all have a purpose.  But until your mindset
and heart changes, nothing around you will change. Romans 12:2 (ESV) boast about how you should not “…be conformed
to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing
you might discern what is the will of
God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.” 
With every change, God uses your story to glorify His purpose.  Be it a medical crisis, trouble in your
marriage, a foreclosure, reposition, or loss of employment…your story is a
story of victory.   And through every
life page captured through a vlog or on a crisp
piece of paper, you’re creating an encouraging word that will minister
to someone else’s heart who is in need of how you made it through.  That’s why it’s so important that you don’t
allow the enemy to infest your mind with lies or harden your heart.

Transformation
means that you have to take on a spirit of being unapologetic as our Lord and
Savior carry you through some steep valleys. 
Being honest with your life means, you are willing to start over.  Let’s go deeper.  When you start over, you cannot start over
with a mindset wishing upon a star or believing that luck will break the reoccurring cycle that has constantly kept you
stuck or functioning at a rate of average. 
You must take swift action and make up in your mind that you were
created for more.  As we’ve discussed in
prior chapters, you’re entitled to a good life because the promises of God say
so in His Word.  As a matter of fact, let
me remind you that our Savior doesn’t withhold anything from you when you walk
uprightly.  In fact, as He ministers to
your heart right now, examine your life and how you can possibly live a life
that exemplifies Him even more.