Realignment 2017- Chapter One
The word Realignment began to take shape in January 2017 as the Lord began to bring it to life in my spirit. Realignment first definition came to life to me when I read James 1vs1, where James who was highly recognized by his people wrote the book of James to those who were scattered as a result of the persecution that came up against them from Jerusalem. He could have written "James your Prime Minister, or James your leader, or James, Jesus's biological Brother", Instead He wrote, "James, a bond servant of God and the Lord Jesus. This came across to me quite powerful because Christ Himself said He didn't come to be served, He said He came to serve.
In St. Matth. 22: 36-40, Jesus was asked by His disciples:
“Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”
Love God with everything in you, and love people. So He said I need you to focus on a group of people for a portion of this year. Focus in on them. Take time with them teaching them my word and ways. God wasn't talking about a church, He was talking about those who are in need of Him the most. Then he said I want you to go where persons don't normally go to. Long story short, We found ourselves in the deep hills of St. Mary among young girls who have been abandoned, abused and misused and some boys in the deep rural St Elizabeth. He said, I need you to help realign how they see ME( God). These kids have been abused, and some of them are angry with god. Some of them see God in the wrong way, and one of the enemy's greatest desire is that we see God distorted. He said I need you to help them see Me the way I really am. So we have been visiting and doing sessions with these kids since May and we are already seeing Change.
Realignment is about The greatest fulfillment is when you are doing what you were born to do. That does not have to be full time ministry, that does not have to be singing, but nothing else will bring you the purest joy than when you stand in a place were you know that God ordained you to be there. The Platform is not what makes us who we are. In almost a stark contrast, sometimes what God has called us to change and impact could be the very thing that brings us the most irritation. That's why it is important for us to take time with God, allowing Him to align and realign us with Himself so that we can be what a God made us to be and become. The closer we get to God, the more we look like our true self. The more we are aligned with God, the more we see His DNA and image in us. The closer we get back to Him, is the further we pull away from what and who wanted to lie and distort us.