Fulfilling Destiny

Rhema TeamAugust 2019 WOF, WOF Current IssueLeave a Comment

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I believe Heaven is on a grand tour of recovering and restoring lost “art.” God is the master artist. Everything He creates has purpose and intention attached to it. God is speaking to the gifts He placed on the earth saying, “What you are doing is good. But it is not the fullness of what I put in you!” He is pulling on the deeper reservoirs of divine destiny in each of us.

Although men and women of God have said yes to what He put in them, somehow they became stuck in a season. Maybe you are stuck in a season of your life, or you have been defined as doing one thing well. On the inside, something is saying, “There is more!” But only you and Heaven know there’s more to you than meets the eye.

Today the alarm clock of Heaven is going off on your destiny! What you have been doing is good, but there is more. I believe we are living in an accelerated time of restoration. Restoration can be in motion two ways: reversing the deterioration of something and bringing something to completion. The season we are in requires the fullness of what God created us to be.

This is not the time to try fulfilling your destiny with one hand behind your back because you don’t want to make anybody uncomfortable. There is a reason God put everything He did on the inside of you. It is time for you to stand up and declare, “I will be the fullness of everything God put in me!”

When you step into that fullness, you’ll find the power of the Greater One will restore the
vision—the dream, the peace, the gift, the calling of God that you haven’t been operating in. Why? It’s time to recover and restore the fullness of everything God put within your destiny.

Restoration Is Priceless

A restored masterpiece is worth more than if nothing bad had happened to it. That’s because the work of restoration is also considered art. Yet the enemy tries to discredit you for what you’ve been through! He takes your mistakes and says, “See? You’re disqualified from fulfilling God’s plan.” The Spirit of God, however, would say, “Not so! Don’t you understand the work of restoration I am doing in your life is a work of art?”

Don’t discount or discredit the dream or the vision, the plan, the call, the office, the mandate, or the anointing God has put on your life.Jen Tringale

People who are facing adversity may look at you and think, “What do you know? You’ve never been through anything.” But you can look them in the eye and say, “My life may look good now, but if you turned this ‘work of art’ around, you would see the restoration God has done in my life!”

God wants to honor what has been dishonored and restore what has been broken. Don’t you dare let the enemy silence you or tone you down. Don’t back away from the fullness of what God put inside of you! It’s an incredible thing to look another woman in the eye, walk into her place of darkness, and say, “I used to be here. Come on, I came to get you out.”

When that moment arrives, don’t back down or only be a little strong. Instead, stand in the fullness of who God made you to be and say, “I don’t have to dress it up pretty. I am not wearing a mask. God restored me. It’s the most powerful thing I have experienced. I am grateful for what He did in my life, and I will tell you about it day and night!”

This is a day where only the Creator, the master artist, gets the right to define who you are. Don’t discount or discredit the dream or the vision, the plan, the call, the office, the mandate, or the anointing God has put on your life. The world needs you now more than ever.



[Editor’s Note: Jen Tringale is an internationally known speaker, author, and strategist on awakening destiny. She resides in Nashville, Tennessee. This article was adapted from Jen’s message from Kindle the Flame 2018.]

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