A New Woman Ministries

A ministry filled with God's healing, love, and compassion

Am I making an impact?

Posted by ANWM Staff Office on April 24, 2016 at 9:15 AM

Good Morning Fam,

(Posted on Facebook) I pray that u are doing well. This has been on my heart for months now, I thought this word was just for me, but I know this is for someone else. Warning: This is going to make some of you uneasy and some of you rejoice, but by obedience to God it must be said. I often look at my life and all the great things God has strengthened me to do. I can't help but wonder if I am making an impact when it comes to my family. I know strangers and even my close friends I've connected to via internet are blessed by my ministry, because they always let me know. However, my concern is my children and blood family members, those that know all about my good, bad and ugly side. You see family won't say much, or they get used to you being the holy roly and overlook what you do. I'm not going to lie and act like it doesn't matter to me but it does. I want to be that positive person in my family to make a difference and bring souls to the Kingdom. I want my children to be proud of me and support my vision. It seems as if those I want to be close to, feels so far away. I've had this discussion with God many times. I love my family and want the best for them, I am a living witness that God can save and use anyone because I was a mess, and still working out my own soul salvation with fear and trembling. But here is what God has been speaking to me, and every time I think about it, it sends chills through my body. He said, "Many will not recognize or appreciate the work I've done in and through you until after I take you home, that is when your life will make the greatest impact." I then saw in a vision where family members where frantically going back to my old videos and websites online in which I was preaching and teaching, sobbing while watching and feeling deep guilt and regret. It was one of the most saddest visions He has ever shown me. But this is where it gets real for all of us. Let's not take our Godly family members, spiritual mentors, pastors or leaders for granted while they are living. They cry to God on our behalf and love us more than we can ever comprehend. So we can't allow pride and the lusts of this world to make us so selfish and blind. I want to have a clear heart and conscience when God calls these beautiful people in my life home. People are dying left and right, I don't know when it's going to be my time, but when I go at least you will be able to say, "She was absolutely right" with tears in your eyes or with a clear conscience. Now hear me when I say, I'm taking heed to this word for my own life. So my prayer is that God will help and deliver us all. We need to appreciate those that labor in the faith a little more, and you will be surprised at how small acts of love will go a long way. It begins with love, forgiveness and clarity, because sometimes a simple misunderstanding will destroy a beautiful relationship. I hope that this makes sense, a long post...but this is from the depths of my heart. As long as we have breath in our bodies, its always another opportunity to repent and get it right.

Categories: Apostle Foreman

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