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Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Rebecca's word on "Flutter".


I have some truly amazing Prophetically Perspicacious friends; one of them is Rebecca Heiskell.   

She is not only one of my dearest sisters on the planet; her aim can be scary accurate.  

Thanks Rebecca for consistently being a bringer of the Spirit of Revelation & Truth in a package of LOVE, that quickly slays the enemy of Hope.   

This is what she got from Abba while they were hanging out together in a prayer space:

"This year, when praying for a word from the Lord for the new year, I heard the word, “flutter.” Now the meaning of the word flutter doesn’t bring a pretty picture to mind, as the actual definition means, “To wave or flap rapidly in an irregular manner.” However accurate that may be of my walk with God, I knew that was not what He was trying to say. 
When the Father gives me a “word”, it isn’t as cut and dry as a simple definition. A word from God, for me, is more of a process. It is the combination of applying an aspect of His character, looking in the Scripture and paying close attention to my surroundings. I knew that “flutter” had to do with His grace, because that is what He had been teaching me, and last week, an unusual thing happened. A very large eagle was sitting in the middle of the road on the way to see our kids. Now when you put “flutter” with “eagle”, a wonderful thing happens when you seek it out in the Scripture. 
“As an eagle that stirs up her nest, that flutters over her young, He spread abroad His wings and He took them, He bore them on His pinions. “ Deuteronomy 32:11
Last year many of us experienced a change that led us into a place of nesting and being fed. But this year, is a year of flying. It is a year of destiny. When an eagle flutters or hovers over her young, she is showing them the strength of her wings. The wind literally drives them from their nest, because a nest isn’t their destiny, because they were meant to fly. If you focus on the fluttering of the eaglets, it will definitely look like “waving and flapping in an irregular manner.” But if you focus on the Eagle, soaring underneath, and catching the babies when they fall, and rising with them again to release them, then you get a picture of the freedom of finding our destinies in Him
There is a movie that Kansas was saying was prophetic for the new year, and little did she know, Michael was telling us that we needed to watch it too, and we did. There was a powerful truth in it. 
“Everyone and Everything is interconnected in the universe. Stay pure of heart and you will see the signs. Follow the signs and you will find your destiny. “ 
Our destiny lies in trusting God in His abilities, not ours, and the Eagle eye perspective from that trust will guide us to people and places that we are meant to find. This is your year to soar. Don’t be afraid to try your wings.
Happy New year! Tim and Rebecca"

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