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Come Out of the Poverty Mindset: A Prophetic Word by Bri Lassiter

A Message from Bri Lassiter:

I’m excited to share this prophetic word as the Lord enables and prepares those entering a season of prosperity, to receive it.

Just like Joseph experienced many different seasons in his lifetime, ranging from spoiled daddy’s boy who lacked nothing, to the pit, poverty, and slavery, to obtaining a favored position in a rich rulers house, to imprisonment again, and finally governing Pharoah’s house and guiding a nation through a famine, we too, experience both lack and prosperity in our lifetimes. The Lord sustained and prepared Joseph for each season, and he wants to do the same for us.

“Learn how to trust Me and see My provision in times of lack, and learn how to take, as I bring you to a new season of authority and give you everything you need to do My will.

Learn how to let go of fear, fear that I will not provide, fear there will not be enough, fear I will let you down.

Trust who I Am, and My thoughts and My ways for you and your seasons.

Reflect back on how I’ve cared for you and guided you and guarded you jealously like the precious child you are to Me.

What you have seen already, is not all that you will see. Let Me take you to a place of deeper faith as you watch Me fulfill my promises to you.”

~King Jesus, Your Savior, Father, Redeemer, and Friend

*Take time to listen to this song by We Will Worship, called Mvini (Rest in You), and rest in Him. Greater things are ahead for us all. 

*Photo by Logan Fisher on Unsplash

By Bri Lassiter

Bri Small headshotI’m married to my dearest friend of 8 years and mom to an energetic 6-year-old. My greatest joys come from traveling with my little family, cooking for appreciative recipients, learning herbalism and natural medicine, and every experience I get to have in prayer ministry. I’m an avid tea and book lover and can’t get enough of either. I love Jesus and the daily adventure that comes from walking in friendship with him as he arranges and rearranges my story.

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