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“God Has a Master Plan for Our Children” Dr. Jené Walker

You’ve instilled the Word of God in your child(ren). You’ve raised him in the church. You’ve taught him spiritual warfare. You’ve taught them the difference between operating in the flesh and in the spirit. You’ve been revelatory in helping them realize their spiritual gifts and fivefold ministry assignment. You’ve been real about your mistakes and finally had the “sex talk” even if it was a little late. You’ve taken Financial Peace University together. You’ve shown them how to run the business. You’ve taught them about who they REALLY are and not the history in thewhitewashed books about us. No, you’ve taught them they are the chosen of God, true Israel. You’ve watched Roots, Amistad, 12 Years a Slave, and The Birth of a Nation Together. You’ve told them that they can be anything they want to be in alignment with God’s calling on their lives. You study the Word together. But now, you have a little doubt about if you’ve done enough…

A wonderful Facebook friend said Holy Spirit told her to tell me to call in on a prophetic line last night. A part of the “EXTENSIVE” Word God had for me on that call last night was confirmation about my child. We have to allow the promises of God for our children to converge with time and trust that God has a plan (Help me Holy Ghost). It doesn’t matter if you raised them singly or not. A and A-B honor roll is a blessing from God but Cs won’t even keep them from destiny. They will lack no good thing. The plan for your child(ren) includes all their mess ups – some more serious than others but I declare and decree that it won’t alter God’s plan for their lives. Our mess us didn’t change ours, right? PARENTS, WE ARE JUST VESSELS. GOD HAS THE MASTER PLAN FOR OUR CHILDREN. God has us and our children in His hands. The blood doesn’t work temporarily; it will cover them wherever life takes them in the name of Yeshua. Glory to God. Keep laying hands and anointing them while you still have them. Keep teaching them how to fight in the spirit. They need to know how to win daily spiritual battles too. Jené Elaine Walker

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“Do You Love My Child Like He’s Yours?” by Dr.J.

When you’re single with a child, ask yourself this question about the man or woman you’re with, “Do you love my child like he’s yours or do you only love my child because he’s mine?” The Holy Spirit showed me a difference. It takes time to develop the former but eventually you need both. God will give you a person who will love you and your child unconditionally. Wait on that kind of love. Dr.J.