BOLD GENERATION ON THE HORIZON
By Bonnie Jones
Bold Ones are True Overcomers
“There’s a bold generation on the horizon. Bold ones never fail, they succeed in Me. Those who stand in My presence learn to walk in My boldness and never fail, says God.”
There's a generation on the horizon that will do just this. Their entire life shall be dedicated to honoring the Lord. Not only shall they hear His voice and obey they shall not be tempted by sin. Oh yes the evil one will of course tempt them but these children are true overcomers. They shall not allow the enemy to tempt them; instead they shall walk in harmony with the Lord at all times and decree the Word. Therefore temptation shall not be a part of their life.
A Generation Who Resists Temptation
Currently the body of Christ struggles with temptation and make choices for them self. But the Lord shall be the only choice for this bold generation because they shall be steeped in the Word and saturated in God’s love. They shall know His way and walk in it. They shall denounce darkness and walk in the light because they are children of Light. They shall honor the Lord with their body, soul and spirit.
“Temptation got Adam and Eve in trouble, but this generation shall not fall prey. Will it be difficult says God? No, because they know their God and what pleases Me and they shall always choose Me first. Mind over matter? It does matter and their minds will be fixed on Me. Therefore I am always first and foremost on their mind unlike the generations of today. They choose Me afterwards or when I’m convenient to them. But this coming generation will always chooses Me first and always walk according to My will. Amen.”
We will see a great harvest from this generation. The old and young alike shall revel in the glory these young ones possess. “And they shall be led by a child, says God, and the rest shall follow.” These children take no glory for themselves - no never! They walk in love possessing Kingdom power and authority and honor God beyond any expectation. They are the generation who seek God’s face and see Him unveiled.
Let us all go forth this day and decree the Lord as Savior. And let us pray for this generation of babes on the horizon who will shape history in the name of the Lord and to His glory. And let us not forget to pray for their parents, grand parents, church leaders and all those who have influence in the lives of these bold babes. After all, they are the ones setting up the foundation for these children of Light. Let the ceiling of our generation be the floor of this bold generation that is now on the horizon. And let them be led by the seven-fold Spirit of God.
I never like to add to what the Lord has spoken to me however I would like to share something He showed me that I feel is pertinent to this word.
In Matthew 6, Jesus instructed His disciples how to pray telling them to go into their private room and pray to the Father who is in secret and have intimate fellowship with Him. Jesus did not want them to be like the hypocrites in the synagogues. And He led them in a model prayer that we still use today.
Our Father in heaven, Hallowed be Your name. Your kingdom come. Your will be done On earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, As we forgive our debtors. ***And do not lead us into temptation, But deliver us from the evil one. For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen. (9-13)
It startled me that Jesus would say, “And do not lead us into temptation, But deliver us from the evil one.” Certainly God wouldn’t lead us into temptation would He? No, of course not. Then what does Jesus mean? The Lord took me to Genesis 6 and the account of God accepting Abel’s offering but rejecting Cain’s.
So the Lord said to Cain, “Why are you angry? And why has your countenance fallen? If you do well, will you not be accepted? And if you do not do well, sin lies at the door. And its desire is for you, but you should rule over it.” (Verse 6 & 7)
I realized that this is what Jesus meant. God would never lead us into temptation but He allows us to make choices for our selves. Then when the enemy comes tapping at the door of our heart and flooding our mind with deceitful thoughts; we can yield to his temptation. Sin’s desire is always for us but we must rule over it. Cain yielded to the enemy and immediately invited Abel into the field where he killed him.
But these bold ones walk according to God’s will consciously choosing to avoid temptation. And this is what the Father was speaking about in the above message. This bold generation is on the horizon now. They are in sight and on their way and coming forth with velocity. They are like Elijah’s hand-sized cloud (1 Kings 18:44) and once they start coming there will be no stopping them.