LAC Blessings #6: Innsbruck

I am passionate about interceding based on individual design.  Each person has God-given strengths.  We need to identify them, legitimize them and show people how to begin their strategy from the place of design, not duty.

It is probable that most of the people in the room will not know their redemptive gift yet.  That slows down the process a bit, but with the grace of God flowing, I should be able to identify two or three design characteristics for each person there.

This will be done throughout the day, as each new person volunteers a problem for us to build strategy for.

Every one of you who has experienced the dignity of an “ah ha” moment, when some facet of your design was discovered has special authority here.  It is an unforgettable experience. Go back to that place, savor the moment, then from that place of worship, ask God to supernaturally surface those facets of people’s design He wants me to see and language for them.

Design-based intercession has vastly more joy to it than duty based prayer. lac-noble-subject-blog

Copyright September 2016 by Arthur Burk

Airborne over Texas – 50 minutes from landing

Can I get the last one done before we get shut down?

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3 Responses to LAC Blessings #6: Innsbruck

  1. Maggie says:

    With mercy I carry a heavy heart and when I am aware that its not all about me I cry with groans that cannot be uttered, then I realise that God is in control when I no longer feel condemned for being such as sad person or for not praying with long lists and words from someone else. So much freedom to know I don’t have to ‘intercede’ unless He gives me the burden ( I am often overburdened with the weight of the world): I am a vehicle for His heart cry. Romans 12v8 says to minister mercy with cheerfulness….and….” who with the JOY before Him endured the cross despising the shame”….do mercies often carry a heap of shame? It seems so, true joy must be our assignment then, in order to do the works He calls us to, and to separate from the victim mentality.

  2. Claire says:

    Yes, may the immensity of the gift of God’s design in each person be realized and accessed, starting even tonight and blooming with extravagance tomorrow!

  3. Sonia says:

    This will be so sweet!

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