#5334 – Pure in Expression

Good morning people who purpose to fully reflect Jesus accurately.

I want to be pure in expression as a prophet.  

When I speak prophetically, I want it to be 100% what God is saying. I don’t want to add anything or take away anything. I don’t want to make it sound better or make it sound more dramatic.

In your area of service to God – in using your spiritual gifts wherever Father has placed you – I want to encourage you today to ensure that you are pure in your expression of God.

One of the ways that purity in expression is empowered is through not comparing yourself to anyone else. You are not called to be them, and they are not called to be you. Actually, the person we are all called to be like is Jesus.

Another way to live and minister pure in expression is to not seek approval or applause from people. Too often we are too focused on what people think of us, and this includes in our ministry unto the Lord. Think about this. Our ministry is unto the Lord, therefore, why do people’s opinions matter so much?

Father is most pleased when it is Him and His Son that are seen through us.

One last way that I want to mention staying on God’s path in our expression is to not underestimate your focus on displaying God’s heart, and not just His Word.

Again, speaking of sharing prophetically, I am pure in expression when people receive God’s heart through me, and not just His Word. This often comes down to my tone, my eyes, my body language – not to try and perform, in fact, the opposite – but rather, for God Himself to be seen through me and how I am ministering.

All of this automatically happens as I focus on God’s heart for people. When I am moved with His compassion, I will minister with purity in my expression of Him.

Matthew 5:14-16 NIV “You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”

This is what purity of expression looks like.