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Saturday, April 28, 2012

How Do You Break A Generational Inheritance Curse?

This question certainly takes a bit of research. But I will share my thoughts relative to my personal experience. Here goes!! I think being unevenly yoked have significant value to it. We know its applied in the realm of Christianity and much more attributed than we realize. Evenly yoked is not just talking about us both being believer's of Jesus Christ but understanding that there are levels of belief that would make us more compatible. For instance, I'm a born again believer and your a believer not born again. Our level of belief based on faith, knowledge, and inherited nature certainly plays a huge role in the choices and decisions we make. What I've noticed when it comes to something we want really bad, we tend to override what's good or right for us and choose the opposite.
Those choices become a family legacy passed down from generation to generation. Blessings or cursing, life or death. Choose ye this day whom you will serve. If your going to serve God than serve Him. Decisions, decisions we are Gods creative beings made in His image and given freedom of choice. Haven't you heard that "life is in the blood.” We've been told that the blood of the mother doesn't mix with her baby! How many people truly believe that the blood never ever mixes? The reason I ask is because if the blood never mix then we wouldn't have to every worry about diseases being transferred through the blood. Right? More on that later.
Being unevenly yoked relative to our families being blessed or cursed can easily begin with who you marry, and or who you allow to speak into your life. I'm speaking to Christians right now in terms of marriage. You've ignored God and His godly principals for your life. What's the end result? A whole lot of self help books being read and written. God forbid if we continue a negative behavior after experiencing the trials and marching around the same mountain a few times. We need to recognize quickly what's good or bad for us. Our Creator and judge has the option to turn us over to a reprobate mind according to Romans 1 if we don't get it together. Of course this is another topic for another day that we'll take a look at soon enough. What about all the time  we spend sowing to the wind the wrong things in and for our lives? How many people know that its coming up again? Its coming back in the form of a harvest.  Why? Because God has put the laws of nature in place "we reap what we sow." I would like talk more about reaping what's sown along with Genesis 15:8 where Abram is asking God about the promise of his inheritance. He asked, "How will the promise come to pass?" (Just Ask G) tell me what you think!

Sunday, April 22, 2012

My Inheritance as a Native American Indian: The Cherokee Link to the End Time Outpouring

When I first heard Perry Stone teach about the Native American Indian inheritance for the first time I was amazed and astonished. Why, because for one I'm Native American and two the rest of my book had no ending until now. I never affiliated my origin inheritance as a Native American to be linked to my immediate family ties. WOW!! This hit me like a ton of bricks. Here it is I was thinking that the inheritance legacy being stolen started and ended with my Father's wealth left behind. But no this goes back far back to the beginning. I want to thank God and the Holy Spirit through Jesus Christ for such a revelation as this. This has forced me to look further back in history as to “What Happen to My Inheritance.” We all are from a tribal origin according to Genesis 11 when God confused the language of man and scattered us to different parts of the earth. Our true stolen inheritance was taken way before right now. Please view Perry Stone's message and tell "Just Ask G" what you think.

Perry Stone | Manna-fest: The Cherokee Link to the End Time Outpouring Perry Stone "Native American Inheritance"

Saturday, April 7, 2012

What Happen to My Inheritance?

I’ve been asked to start a blog to talk about generational inheritance issues. In doing so, I want to hear your stories also. At times it might get very emotional as we express our stories. There appears to always be a fight when it comes to wealth transfer. Why? Stay tuned to hear my take on it. But for now, from the beginning of time we have had to fight for what belongs to us. Being denied the right of ownership and to possess which includes passing down the inheritance to the next generation. Should leave one to question "what happen to my inheritance." The answer lies not just with our immediate experiences but it goes back in time to where for example my native-American roots lies. We as a people of color are already behind the eight ball when it comes to generational wealth being passed down. But when you have an outside force that's allowed to walk away with your inheritance causing the transfer to be transferred else where. We should be up and arms pursuing what belongs to us. And how to go about getting it back. So I'll start the share with my story. Here goes!!!

My father died in September of 2008. To this day words cannot express just how much I miss him. Months before his death he called for me to come and help him with putting his (legal) house in order.  So, I dropped my world in-exchange for his and began to pursue the demand that the Holy Spirit was placing on me to get this done. I had to rise to the occasion and begin to fight for what was being left behind belonging to my siblings and myself. I didn't know that I had to fight alone. Everybody was for themselves. Hiding conversations being had with my Father.  Relatives claiming things. WOW!!! This had become a nightmare. Right now, the family is split and the generational spirit of offense which followed our family from generation to generation was now back in full effect. It takes one open door to allow the enemy inside and this was the door. Where we are or should I say where I am is looking for justice in legal system. I'm so glad that its unfolding the way it is because generally if you have a "trust" there's know worries of who should get what. In this case, I witnessed my Father being "euthanized" and I prayed that the incident would be heard before a Judge who would listen. So, its a good thing the case I originally filed is in the court system. It's also a good thing that I'm a Superior Court Mediator. It has afforded me and empowered me with the opportunity to represent myself. I also must admit that my contract and negotiation skills and knowledge gained from interning for a Litigation Attorney makes this particular court battle mere practice for me. However, you and I know that legal advice is needed when its beyond your scope. One last thing on this subject. 
My father the business owner since I was a little girl and know doubt before birth appeared savvy enough to insure that just in case something were to happen to him we his only off-spring would at lease be well protected against outside forces who also saw inherited wealth as theirs. I just could not wrap my mind around how his only sibling’s on the planet could be in-tangled and fighting for what rightfully belongs to us. Let me go one step further. How can someone of 10 years commit euthanasia and walk off with 80% of our inheritance? Sounds familiar? Let’s talk about.      “Just Ask G”