But straightway Jesus spake unto them, saying, Be of good cheer; it is I; be not afraid. And Peter answered him and said, Lord, if it be thou, bid me come unto thee on the water. And he said, Come. And when Peter was come down out of the ship, he walked on the water, to go to Jesus. Matthew 14:27-29

There are times in life where God gives what I call a “Green Light.” It is similar to waiting at an intersection for your turn to go. If you enter at the wrong time, accidents, danger, and even death can happen. Oh, but when God gives you a green light, it is Him bidding you to come! That green light from God is an invitation with a promise to keep you. I have found myself on so many occasions feeling like Peter. Knowing that feeling in the pit of my soul that God was calling me into an unfamiliar place. Truthfully, even knowing the bidding was from God, fear tried to immobilize me. Fear will keep you in park, missing your divine moments to walk on water. Courage is taking the Green Light even when you feel fear.

God will never give you an assignment that will not be accompanied by His grace and provision. These are some unique times that we as a nation have been faced with. Many of us in our ministry, church, family, finances, and careers have been challenged to do things and fulfill new roles that we have not had to do before. It may mean pursing something so completely out of the scope of what you would consider normal. But in this year of Elevation look for your Green Light!

I would just like to share this Word from the heart of God. There is a fail proof plan when you seek him first (Proverbs 3:5-6). If you are not sure… remember the words of Peter, “Lord if it be thou, bid me come.” When He is doing the bidding, you will have good success.

Green Light! Go!


Philippians 3:14(KJV)

14 I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.

Every one of us have had seasons in our lives that require us to make some progress. Whether it’s by choice or for survival, life is about moving forward. Generally as we get closer to the end of the year, it is natural to become a little reflective. We tend to begin looking back at what we have done or still need to do before the year comes to an end. That tends to put the calendar into perspective.

This year we have given great consideration to the concept of “Divine Manifestation.” I believe there are still things God is yet working on in our lives. I would like to impart a word of encouragement to you about maintaining your spiritual momentum for growth and advancement. Keep pressing forward.

I pray that any area of your life that has become stale or stagnant would be ignited with faith again. I am believing that God will re-kindle a desire for advancement. When God gives you a desire for more, whether that more is of Him, or for new territory, He will also give you a fresh measure of stamina to go after that. I would love to see you end the last quarter of this year with accelerated results. That you would go further faster. That you would grow deeper in your love and walk with God. That you would redeem lost or even wasted time.

What areas of your life do you desire to move forward with? There isn’t anything too hard for God. Resist the temptation to quit or even be discouraged. Commit those desires to God, and stay open to His instructions. He will show you the way for moving forward. Advance in Jesus name!

Pastor Clinton House


Proverbs 23:18 (NIV)

18 There is surely a future hope for you, and your hope will not be cut off.

Hope is a gift from God. When God gives you hope, it can’t be taken away. The enemy will always do his very best to destroy hope, but it won’t work. You see hope is a supernatural thing that lives inside of us.  You can assault my hope, attack my hope, belittle my hope, try and diminish my hope, but at the end of the day my hope lives. My hope thrives. My hope is now and also lives in the future. My hope can’t be cut off.

Hope has purpose. Hope inspires. Hope sustains. Hope fuels dreams. Hope carries you through storms. Hope sees the future. Hope is a catalyst for change.

Sometimes what we are facing will cause us to question whether or not we will make it out. The problem here may just be human perception, but hope tells me to look again. God will always match my strength for my days. (Duet 33:25) Recall some of the major victories that hope carried you through. If God did it before He can do it again.

I just want to charge you again not to surrender your hope. Don’t be bullied out of your hope. Don’t be tricked out of your hope. Don’t be talked out of your hope. Just because you have not seen it yet, and God has not changed things, does not mean He has changed His mind. You have fought too hard and endured too much. Hope is now, and hope is for you.

Your hope will not be cut off.

Pastor House

Harvesting Joy

They that sow in tears shall reap in joy.He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing precious seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him.

Psalm 126:5-6 (KJV)

Why settle for happiness when you can have joy? Joy is a richer crop than happiness. No one is exempt from suffering, but not everyone knows how to use those tears as seed. If you are going to endure a thing, out last a season, rise above a circumstance, then you would be crazy to overlook a harvest or a reward for not giving up.  Galatians 6:9 reminds us that we will reap if we don’t faint.

Harvest is not automatic. Just because you have a season of tears or suffering doesn’t necessarily mean you get a harvest. Harvest must be contended for. It’s an intentional use of your seed. Seed must be put into the soil. God doesn’t waste anything and we shouldn’t either. Instead of growing bitter, angry, and introverted, put those tear-seeds into the ground. You do that by prayer, praise, and faith that something greater is coming.

God’s mathematics and divine manifestation has to do with multiplication. This is where you count it all joy.

Joy is like the checkbook of your life. When the enemy or life itself brings you to the places of pain, you seed those into your account. Sowing in tears is setting you up for God’s supernatural harvest.

“I may be crying now…but that’s a deposit into my joy account. I may have lost this battle…but that’s a deposit into my joy account.”

After you have outlasted that season…it’s time to harvest joy.