Nov 19 MonNovember 19, 2018 @ 07:00 PM
Let’s Talk Jesus (LTJ) is an open forum for women of God to glean and grow in the Lord Jesus through the personal one-on-one interactions in the Word of God, the Holy Ghost and with those who are present. Let’s Talk involves communication of thoughts and ideas but the final authority of any/all discussion is measured to the Word of God -- sharing what Jesus says, what Jesus had done, what Jesus can do, what Jesus will do in our lives. In the Book of Malachi chapter 3 verse 16 it says [Amp.]: “ then those who feared the Lord talked often one to another; and the Lord listened and heard it, and a book of remembrance was written before Him of those who reverenced and worshipfully feared the Lord and who thought on His Name.”
The women are taught, not only the basics of Who it is that created them, but the essentials of being a lady in Jesus – how to conduct themselves through: thought, speech, and expressions on a daily basis; in addition to knowing how to handle the “do’s and don’ts” of the woman’s role or position that’s been erected through the traditions of men – inside-and-outside of the Church community.
God the Father is stirring up the hearts of women to understand their uniqueness and creativity as a woman of God, the word of God says “we are fearfully & wonderfully made”. There’s wealth of information or teachings within the Body of Christ concerning the makeup or personality of a woman -- we’ve inspected, dissected, and redirected on this subject; yet still, a lot of women are confused, incarcerated within and have not come IN-TO their full potential or purpose in the Kingdom of God.
Teachings at these meetings have included topics such as:
For example: Kate Middleton’s background if we were to compare it to the Royal Family would be considered a “commoner”, her father was a pilot and her mother a flight attendant – she’s from the stock of coal miners. Kate Middleton married IN-TO royalty, once she became a part of the Royal Family she changed her image, her posture, her attire, her conduct to reflect the kingdom she represents -- she’s been given a “title/name” by the Queen.
We, too, have been given a Name, the Name that is above all names and, we are part of the Royal Family - a royal priesthood --and we represent the Kingdom of the Almighty God.