A Call To Valor 

God is calling His women and men to Valor!

No longer are we to shrink back in fear or feel inadequate to lead the charge in battling the darkness that is erupting all around us. 

You do not have to be skilled in battle if you are trained in the things of God. 

We must know His promises (The Word) to combat the enemy’s lies.

We must agree believe and confess the word of God over our lives, circumstances and every situation that arises. 

Do not any longer sit on the sidelines wringing your hands in worry or lie awake at night reasoning, paralyzed in what you can do. 

You have been Called To Valor! 

God needs mighty Generals to lead His armies that are vigilant and courageous to use and display His power and fire to burn up all evil assignments. 

His warriors are trained to combat fear and tormenting spirits with praise, prayer and the power of the Holy Spirit.

It’s time to take back our homes, our health, our communities, our churches, our workplaces from anything not of God. 

We must be as undaunted as David was when he faced Goliath. 

He didn’t care how big Goliath was- he was confident and unwavering in how big his God is.

A stone and a sling will slay any giant when you have the power of Christ working in you.

We must tap in to God’s power inside us and remove anything that hinders us from operating fully in the Spirit. We must no longer be held captive by our flesh or fear.

It is time to train in the things of God and to courageously flood the earth with the Light and Power of God. 

 You have been Called To Valor!             

                                                                                                   ~ XXOO Michelle Bollom
God recently gave me this prophetic word that I believe is a word for so many.  Please pray for me as I am working on all the details God has downloaded for a book.  Be Blessed! 

Our High And Holy Calling 

With humility and the fear of the Lord are riches, honor and life. 

What is humility? To not think of ourselves more highly than we should – to think of ourselves with sober judgement according to the measure of faith that he has given us, to consider others better than ourselves, and to cast all of our cares on the Lord. 

What is the fear of the Lord? To worship and reverence the Lord, to delight ourselves in him, to seek to please him, to be like him, to be with him, and to depart from evil.

Each of us has been given a measure of faith; we are not super men, invulnerable and flawless. We live by the mercy and grace generously provided by Our Lord. Every grace we possess has been granted to us as a gift, to the glory and praise of the Great I Am.  

There is no call to compare ourselves with one another or to think that we are better or worse than others. In Christ, we are all on the same journey of refinement by his glory and grace. We are all destined for the same glorious destination.

We are not designed to carry the weight of worry; as obedient children, we entrust all of our cares to Our Heavenly Father, trusting that he will take care of all of our needs. Also, we yield all of our ambitions and plans to his grand design for our life. We wait for his will to unfold each and every day. We find our fulfillment in walking out our daily assignments.

We delight ourselves in the fear of the Lord; we are glad and rejoice when he is lifted up and glorified. We know that he is in the process of glorifying us and conforming us to his image. 
  Worshipping the Lord is our high and holy calling; we stand taller when we are on our knees; we truly live when he is our life.

                     ~Brad Heilhecker