Delisa Lindsey

Destiny is going to break up some relationships because many have avoided the signs when God showed them to separate. Before God allows what He deposited within you to be contaminated, ill-affected, and wrongfully influenced…. SHIFT will happen. Don’t blame it on the devil, blame it on your purpose.

Source: Delisa Lindsey


Beast or the Best?

Some people are anointed by demon powers to bring out the BEAST (not best) in you. Once you are around them, you find yourself thinking and doing things that you ordinarily wouldn’t. Do yourself a favor and cut that cord. When you are strong enough to not be so easily influenced by them OR when they are delivered from that thing perhaps then you can reconnect. Until then, grab your pruning shears before the Lord goes for His.


Waiting on the Lord

Psalm 84:11 – For the LORD God is a sun and shield: the LORD will give grace and glory: no good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly.

Now, God wants you blessed and He wants you to prosper but He also expects us to abide in Him just the same. Some are waiting on marriage, money, jobs, business, health, relationships, and ministries. Examine your wait. Is your wait faith filled? Is your wait a submissive wait? Are you waiting for something to appeal to your flesh or is the thing you are waiting for going to glorify God somehow? What are your motives while you wait? Are you serving God during your wait? Can God trust you to remain pure in heart as you wait? Are you envying or coveting in your wait? Are you trying to manipulate God into feeling sorry for you as you wait? Are you growing spiritually in your wait? Have you been productive as you wait? What is it about your life that is causing a prolonged wait? Are you passing character tests in your wait? Are you seeking deliverance from things that will kill your destiny as you wait? These are some of the questions you have to ponder as you wait.

God is not an unjust judge. He knows what He is doing. He told Abraham that at the appointed season his wife would conceive. After almost 100 years, his promise was fulfilled. Why? Because he was obedient in his wait. He didn’t complain or murmur in his wait. He separated from certain people in his wait.

Joshua waited for his turn in ministry. He served while he waited. He engaged warfare for his leader while he waited. He sat at the foot of the mountain of the Lord while he waited. Caleb waited for his promised but he continued to serve God in his wait. He had to cultivate a different spirit in his wait.

Search the scriptures and study the ‘waits’ of others. Ruth waited for her Boaz. She served a widow in her wait. She turned from her heathen family in her wait. She was delivered from a sickly husband in her wait. People talked about her in her wait and she worked in the fields like a slave in her wait but she waited. As I stated, if the thing we have desired from the Lord has not come, there is a good reason why. There are SOME who will make their money their god, they will work their jobs and forget about Kingdom service, they will marry and make their spouse an idol, or worse, mistreat the one they begged God for. They will worship their house, their car, and their clothes and for SOME this may be why breakthrough has not come. Israel took the gold they were supposed to fund their promise with and turned into a holy cow. They worshiped the blessing instead of the Creator. They died in their wait.

There is nothing wrong with the Lord’s timetable at all. His Rolex works fine; He knows how to tell time but He also knows the core of a man’s heart. He know us from afar off. He knows our down falls and uprisings. He knows it all; therefore, if He is withholding something, GO TO HIM AND FIND OUT WHY. And don’t leave until you get your answer.

Friends or Vultures?

Watch for those vultures who glue themselves to you and drain the life out of you until there is nothing left and then leave you to move on to their next victim. Consider your ‘friendships’. Are you the giver or taker? Are you the ‘clean up person’, the repair man, or the get ‘er done guy? Don’t let folk use you because they will take great delight in doing so if you let them. And…some of you have been seeing the warning signs for quite sometime and still ignore them.


The Best or the Beast!

1 Corinthians 15:33, “Be not deceived: evil communications corrupt good manners.”

Some people are anointed by demon powers to bring out the BEAST (not best) in you. Once you are around them, you find yourself thinking and doing things that you ordinarily wouldn’t. Do yourself a favor and cut that cord. When you are strong enough to not be so easily influenced by them OR when they are delivered from that thing perhaps then you can reconnect. Until then, grab your pruning shears before the Lord goes for His.

2 Corinthians 6:17, “Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you”.


Prophecy: The Breath of God (audio)

A teaching based on Genesis 2:7, God’s breathing into the nostrils of man. This one hour teaching will share with you the importance of prophecy, God’s intention for prophetic utterances, and how you can partner with Him and ‘marry’ His breath. Taught in my Prophetic Mentoring Group, I make lesson available for one week before it is archived to CD.


Restoration of Friendships

There is a friendship that has been written off that I am restoring. Look for this and expect it to begin very soon. You don’t have to do a thing to make it happen; this is by My hand. It is coming,” says the Father, “it is knocking at your door. – Russ and Kitty Waldon


Marriage is Ministry Too

I ministered at a marriage conference a few years ago and I noticed a gentleman sitting in the back. He seemed so uncomfortable as he sat through the message, but my attention was continually drawn to him. (nothing lustful, this was spiritual) I ministered on the importance of marriage in ministry being balanced and how priorities and boundaries have to be set in place to preserve the marriage. I talked about the importance of sex from the husband’s point of view and I talked about why women shy away from sex at times in marriage.
The message was a blessing, even to me, but afterwards I felt led to speak personally to this gentleman. He introduced himself and asked if I knew him. I said, No. He said he was a frequent speaker on TBN. I told him that I don’t watch TBN. Anyway, he said the message blessed him but he had wished he had heard it earlier. He said, “I wish someone would have told me how ministry would have impacted my marriage.” I said, where is your wife (I noticed he was alone and everyone else in attendance were coupled.) He said, We are divorced. She left me because I was on the road too much and she felt as if I abandoned her. I was deeply saddened because this man (and I won’t name him) was evidently in love with his wife but his busy-ness in ministry caused her to turn another way. The sadder part is that there are children involved who had to grow up without daddy in the home because daddy was never home and momma made it permanent.
He went on to tell me about who all he ‘ran’ with and all that jazz, but here was this man, ‘successful’ as many would deem him, but miserable. Here he was at a marriage conference, divorced and alone.
Listen, marriage has stress like NO OTHER relationship on the planet, but ministry places demands on a marriage like you would never believe. I talk about this in my book, but I have to say that what we are seeing ministry become in this modern time is not how Jesus wanted it to be. People are like crabs in a barrel, climbing on top of each other, snatching titles and positions trying to make a name. For what? What does it prosper you to gain the world and lose everything else? There are a lot of preacher’s kids today who HATE THE CHURCH because of their parents. There must be balance. When it’s time to help your child with homework or take them on family outings, get off the phone, assign someone else to the prayer line, and close your preacher appointment book and spend time with your family. If you don’t, you will regret it. And the time you lost, you CANNOT get back.

Trust in the Lord

No one can trust God for you. You have to trust Him for yourself. Trusting God is an experience that builds stronger faith time after time. The greater your obstacle, the deeper your trust in Him has to be, and the stronger your faith will become. Think about your faith as a muscle. The more you trust God, the stronger your faith grows. Mountain moving faith people have trusted Him in the valleys before their faith grew to handle mountains. God is placing you in situations right now to grow your faith so you can handle mountains. Your trial won’t kill you, it is only meant to grow your faith stronger. Romans 5:3-5, “And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation works patience; And patience, experience; and experience, hope: And hope makes not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given to us.”