Good morning people who reflect Jesus in every part of your one life.
Father has called me to be a pure prophet.
Once I heard this statement clearly, I heard Him say to me, “I want you to be pure in your integrity, in your expression, and in your motivation.”
Let’s start with being pure in your integrity.
One of the things that has turned many people away from a loving Father, a risen Saviour, and personal Holy Spirit, is duplicity of life; that is, hypocrisy. Many have preached one thing and lived another. This is not being pure in our integrity.
I must once again say, this is not about being perfect by human standards and striving. That kind of focus is not helpful to anyone. We are all on a journey and we all make mistakes and have moments of sin.
But it is expected of us as followers of Jesus to live congruent with what we say we believe. In fact, it goes further than that. We are called to live congruent with what the Word of God says, even if we don’t believe it due to circumstantial pressure.
I also believe that being pure in our integrity is about every part of our life equally honouring God and other people. In other words, our relationships, our work, our relaxation, our language, our behaviour, as well as what we say we believe – all of it being in harmony with God and His Word.
1 Peter 1:15-16 NIV But just as he who called you is holy, so be holy in all you do; for it is written: “Be holy, because I am holy.”
This is what purity of integrity looks like.