Lift Up Your Head

Psalm 3:3 But you are a shield around me, O LORD; 
you bestow glory on me and lift my head.

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I must prophesy and proclaim what I hear in my heart for God’s daughters:

“Daughter, I desire to shield you from all of the things that try to speak inadequacy into your heart and mind. Cover yourself with My glory, My light, My love and My will. Put away your negative thoughts about yourself and pick up My beautiful perception of you.  Then your self-esteem will increase and your spiritual awareness of who you really are will begin to awaken and come forth. To see where I AM taking you, you must lift your head and see from My perspective. I will be the wind behind you pushing you forward into your destiny.”

Your posture says a lot about how you feel about yourself. The way you carry yourself reflects your perception about who you are in the world. If you walk around looking down at the ground, it gives the appearance that you do not recognize the height of your potential in Christ.

Be intentional. When you walk outside, lift your head an inch higher in the natural so that your spirit will follow suit. Stretch back and look up at the sky. Remind yourself that you can go as far in God as you want and as I high as you will allow yourself to go.

This is a time for breaking the boundaries you have set that are keeping you pinned in. Ask God to show you the imaginary lines you have drawn for yourself and then ask Him how He wants you to use your imagination more to step outside of this box.

Trust God with every risk He has asked you to take in this life. Thank Him in advance that as you trust Him, He will shield you and protect you. Declare that it is time to lift up your head, expand your vision and break free from fear! Amen.

Father, give my sister the confidence she needs and the battle plan to succeed. Amen.

Psalm 24:7-10

Lift up your heads, O ye gates; and be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors; and the King of glory shall come in. Who is this King of glory? The Lord strong and mighty, the Lord mighty in battle.

 

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