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Kingdom Builders Code of Conduct

  1. My vessel is surrendered to the Lordship of God.
  2. God shall be the head of my household and all relationships.
  3. As an Ambassador for the Kingdom, I am the bearer of good news. My conversation will inspire hope, peace and joy.
  4. I will give myself to prayer and fasting for the good of the nation(s).
  5. I will wait on heaven to receive the solutions to the problems faced by humanity.
  6. I will boldly speak the Words of My Lord and King to the people.
  7. My conduct will always be with compassion and love.
  8. The Word of the Lord will be my daily manna. All efforts will be made to know the mysteries of the Kingdom. I shall use it to bring liberty to a world marred by sin.
  9. I will always carry the light of God everywhere; without compromise.
  10. I will always operate with a spirit of excellence. My God deserves only the best.
  11. I will not run from a challenge but will joyfully embrace all assignments.
  12. Before I was formed in my mother’s womb, I was equipped with all that is needed to fulfill my divine assignment. My efforts will be directed by the Holy Spirit. These are designed to unearth the rich treasures within me.
  13. I will partner with the angels to fulfill my assignments.

Why a Code of Conduct?

Have you made a decision about how you are going to act?

It is imperative that you determine how you are going to act within any given situation. Failure to do so may result in embarrassment during times of stress or conflict. You may do things that you later regret but are unable to retract with mere words.

A code of conduct allows you to apply restrain to your actions before a given situation occurs. King David did this to govern his actions. Before he faced a conflict he often prayed. The matter was placed before the Lord. His emotions was poured out until then we would seek the guidance of the Lord. He then patiently waited until he heard a response. What he was told became his plan of action. Nothing else was done.

That approach brought King David tremendous success. You can do the same by prayerfully establishing a code of conduct for your life.

The list of actions you see above came from periods of waiting on the Lord. These actions are meant to govern the actions of persons He has called to be repairers of the breach between God and man.

Repairers of the Breach

What is the breach? A breach is the space in a wall. It is also a failure to observe a law, agreement or code of conduct. The breach we currently face is our failure to observe the commands of God. It has created a wall between us and Him.

Man was originally created to dwell in the Presence of God. We were to have daily communion with our Father and Creator. Adam did not pray to the Father. He always had immediate access to the Presence of God. The garden of Eden was a place that the Presence of God dwelt. It was sanctified to and established to maintain the glory of God. Adam dwelt in the glory. Nothing was impossible for Him. It was his guarantee of eternal life. He would communicate every day with The Father as he performed his duties.

Sin ruin that privilege. When Adam sinned he broke the law of God. He lost his authority over the earth. Sin was now able to enter the earth unchecked. On that faithful day man was separated from his Maker by a thin line. The line has since grown into a chasm.

But your iniquities have separated you from your God;
And your sins have hidden His face from you,
So that He will not hear.     –Isaiah 59:2

The distance between us and our Father has become very great. So great that the few individuals who have taken the time to consecrate themselves and paid the price to hear his voice is seen as novel. And sometimes weird. Saints and non-believers struggle to believe their encounters with the Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ and/or the angels.

I am surprised that we do not accept these occurrences as our normal. Not new normal. Just normal. We are citizens of the Kingdom of God. The King, is not just our Lord, He is our Father. We are his children. A child always has access to his or her parents. A child must be able to see His Father. All good fathers will want to interact with their children. God desires to communicate with us even more than we want to speak and interact with Him. He wants to rekindle the relations that existed from the dawn of creation.

It is for this very reason that Jesus Christ was sent into the World. He came to restore mankind to our state before the fall.

In this season God is granting a increased divine encounters. He has opened the heavens. Our doctrines and belief must be adjusted to accommodate the move of God. There is a significant shift that is about to overtake the body of Christ that we have never experienced before.

Old practices that have kept us from God’s glory must be discarded. We need a change with the prophetic voices. Believers must be quickly brought to maturity. We have kept them in the state of immaturity and have blocked them from personal experiences with their Father. They must be taught be prophets of their own life. We must teach the saints to make these divine encounters their reality. God will do it because they are curious. He readily welcomes those who seek to do His will. They must also learn to walk in complete obedience to the King of Kings.

School of the Prophets

God is bring change to the Prophets. He is raising up a new breed of Prophets.

We do not have the vocabulary to adequately describe what is being done. As the plans of God unfolds we must be very sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit.

The Lord has called for the establishment of a school to train prophets with the anointing of Nehemiah. We have begun classes for a small number of individuals whom the Lord has chosen.

Are you interested in answering the call? Stay tuned. Another offering will be made available soon. Classes are free!

Please be watchful. The announcement will be made very soon.

Be blessed!

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