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! 

A Noble War 

Courage, that elusive but powerful sedative, if we can find it.  Phantoms and demons assail us, and we run to our Warrior Father for refuge and strength. He is fearless, and we must somehow become like him. We must stay close to him and draw on his strength, power, wisdom, and grace. There is no courage and strength to be found in the battle if we allow ourselves to become isolated. The enemy can pick us off if we get cut off from our commander; only Our God has the battle plan and the armament to win the war.

“Perfect love casts out fear.” The challenge for us is to acquire perfect love. Our Father has perfect love, and we have access to Our Father 24/7. Our fear of failure and fear of death have to flee in the light of Our Father’s great love. Death has been defeated, and we have been given the sure promise of eternal life.The wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus Our Lord.”

So, we put on the breastplate of righteousness – faith and love. Knowing how much we are loved and cared for, we both trust and love Our Heavenly Father. Also, we love the children of God.  

We put on the belt of truth – Christ Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life; Jesus is our life.  

We put on the hope of salvation as a helmet – through the simplicity of our faith in Christ, our eternal life is assured.  

We shod our feet with the Gospel of peace – “being justified by faith, we have peace with God through Our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have access to this grace in which we stand.”  

We take the shield of faith by which we can extinguish all the fiery darts of the evil one – we now belong to Jesus and share in his name and inheritance.  

We take up the sword of the Spirit, the spoken word of God – he will give us the wisdom, grace, and strength to fight every battle.  

Finally, we pray in the Spirit with all kinds of prayers for the blessing of God’s children; we watch and pray continually.

Isaiah writes that no one who trusts in him will be put to shame; we will not be dismayed, disturbed, or make haste. We must learn to trust him in every test and trial. Troubles are sure to come, and our faith will be tested. Peter writes that the trial of our faith is more precious than gold and will produce praise, honor, and glory when we see Jesus. He also tells us not to be surprised when we find ourselves in fiery trials but to rejoice that we share in the sufferings of Christ, so that we may be overjoyed when his glory is revealed. We have Christ’s promises to all the churches that we will be richly rewarded as we overcome – we will eat from the tree of life, we will receive new names, and we will sit with him on his throne. It is a noble war that we fight; let us set our hearts to overcome and fight along side our Savior and Lord for his glory and purposes.
                   ~ Brad Heilhecker 

Magnify Your Purpose

I love how my friend Lisa can tell amazing Bible stories and relate them to us today.  She has such an amazing gift!  I always feel like I have learned something new and been greatly inspired and encouraged.   

Be sure to check out her blog!   

Enjoy! ~XXOO Michelle Bollom 

I believe in this time, more than any other, God is looking and calling forth His leaders to rise up. As our culture is growing more dark and apostate, I believe the heart of God is calling for His sons and daughters to rise up and be strong leaders.  Individuals who will influence society for righteousness, […]


A New Level 

Every one of us needs prayer. Not one of us is exempt from needing His loving hand to move. While I eat my daily bread and am faith-filled, Spirit-filled, and KNOW whose I am, there are times that I, like every one of us, am weak. I found myself in one of those moments a couple of days ago. Thankfully, I knew it would pass. I always look to where my help comes from, and that day was no different. However, feelings of defeat, humiliation, resentment, and hopelessness were hovering. I knew that joy would come in the “mourning”, but until that moment would pass, I asked for intercession. I needed God to move…and fast.

As I praised Him and acknowledged Him, darkness sought to take me in. The invitation was clear as ever, and the temptation of accepting it was fierce. I made the decision to go there…but wasn’t allowed in. I resigned to complete hopelessness, with the entertainment of suicidal thoughts lingering, yet it would not and could not penetrate my spirit. My God of refuge and strength, His Holy Spirit within me, was and is truly armor not to be reckoned with. I’ve been welcomed to that place many times in the past, and He’s always plucked me from that abyss. This time was different. This time, I couldn’t stumble in, walk in, or even plummet through.

What does this mean? It means that the hope I have in Jesus, the KNOWING THAT I KNOW, remains despite “feelings”. Of course, I’ve known this for years, as God has proven himself to me time and time again. This time, however, the overwhelming force of His protective shield around me was as evident as the sky above.

Realizing that no matter how much pain I am in, no matter the depth of not understanding “why” things are the way they are, and in spite of sometimes feeling like God doesn’t like me and that I am continuing to be punished for things from so long ago, I can’t go to that place that seeks to devour me. I wanted to go there. I decided to go there. He would not let me. This was a revelation…I’d reached a new level.

Now, I celebrate. I celebrate that He continues to prove Himself to me, level after level. I celebrate that when I may think there can’t possibly be more and this may be “as good as it gets”, He shows Himself in a mightier way than ever before. I celebrate that I can ask for prayer and know that I have fellow warriors joining me. As we each come nearer to the Father, and as we each reach new levels of discovery in the journey of learning who He truly is, may we eagerly choose to stand with one another and celebrate together.❤  
~Stephanie Gable