When Vision is lifted Expectations are Shifted

    10.26.22 | by Sandy Newman & DeeAnn Ward

    OCTOBER 26 - NOVEMBER 24 2022

    Cheshvan Characteristics:

    Proper Position:

    • Positioned to ascend.

    • Positioned to transcend limitations.

    • Positioned to overcome sickness and poverty.

    The Anointing:

    The anointing: takes us to the top: changes us from ordinary to extraordinary: authorizes us to maintain proper perspective: furnishes what we need to prosper and be in health: empowers us to stomp on what wears us down.

    *Tell My people that I don't want them to go into this new era insulted by the devil ie insulted by circumstances and a poverty spirit. The greatest insult is believing this new season brings no change. Nothing new will happen - never has, never will. It will be the same old, same old, same old. The emotions of failure are almost unbearable. Hope deferred makes the heart sick; sick of believing something will change and it doesn't. God didn't send His Son to live on the earth; teach; cast out devils; heal the sick; demonstrate the kingdom; die for our sins; go to hell; get the keys; ascend to heaven; send Holy Spirit to the earth and into us so we could live with such low expectations. NO, Jesus indwells us with HIS life changing, high expectations of power, peace, joy, prosperity, health, revelation, protection, empowerment and blessing.


    Acts 3: Peter and John went to the temple to pray and passed by a man who was crippled from birth. They were familiar with him because he was there every day and every time they went to the temple. This day was different, brought on by the anointing of dunamis they received in Acts 2. Peter said to the man, who only wanted a few coins, "silver and gold have I none, but such as I have, give I thee; in the name of Jesus, rise up and walk." The man jumped up walking, leaping and praising God.

    Because of circumstances this man had low vision and thus low expectations.

    Sitting at the gate the man's vision was just to get his next need met.


    The lame man didn't know that day he was sitting in the path of vision lifters. Let's not call him lame anymore, let's call him The Acts 3 Man. And he was radically changed forever because of where he sat. It's important where we sit. Whether we sit in church, sit in front of the TV, sit in on a conversation of doubters, sit in traffic, sit in a waiting room...selah. We must not "sit" and not "expect."


    Let's sit in the path of vision lifters. When our vision is lifted we walk in a perpetual anointing that defies "lame" circumstances and "crippled" paradigms. We are living in days characterized by confusion, disorder and conflict. Without a vision, people perish. Let us 'rescue the perishing' by presenting ourselves as VISION LIFTERS.

    DeeAnn and I are thankful for encouraging vision lifters in our lives and ministry. Over the years many of you have played that part and prayed us through. So grateful for the Lord putting you on our path.

    All the people saw The Acts 3 man walking and praising God and were filled with wonder and amazement at what had happened to him.

    *Bless you for your faithful giving and intercession. Your generosity fills us with hope and high expectations!

    Ready For Wonder And Amazement,

    Sandy Newman and DeeAnn Ward

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