Ministers-Do You Really Know What You Are Carrying?

On yesterday after ministering in dance at an event in a nearby city, a very sweet young woman walked up to me, hugged me, and told me that I had an “anointing.”  Well I have heard this many times before from different people.  I have even had people to state that they experienced healing or could see me as if I am “floating” while dancing!  While I always endeavor to remain humble and respond by giving God the glory, honor and credit for the anointing upon my life, I was still reminded by the Lord that I am to never lose the essence of what I am carrying  on the inside!  In other words….”daughter, don’t ever just get used to hearing those compliments and lose focus on how important, serious, and precious it is!”  The same Spirit that rose Christ from the dead dwells within us, praise God!

A couple of years ago I wrote a book entitled, “The Day I Danced Under an Open Heaven.”  This book references the revelation that we are glory carriers.   In John 17:21-22, Jesus prayed to the Father and declared that He has given us the same glory that the Father gave to Him! (Read John 17:21-22) God wants to allow us to hear the heartbeat of heaven as we minister to people, as we walk along the pathway of life, and even as we sleep!  I pray that I will never lose sight of just how deep and honorable it is to have God’s anointing come upon me and live on the inside of me.  I long to see more of His glory so that He can be glorified and that people can truly experience His presence through me.  Lord teach us how to appreciate and how to handle the Holy things of You!

Minister Denise Cook-Godfrey

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Minister Denise Cook Godfrey is the wife of Assistant Pastor DeForest L. Godfrey. Minister Denise has devoted her life to God in true worship and desire to be used to motivate, inspire, and arouse the Body of Christ to worship God in Spirit and in Truth. Minister Godfrey’s vision also involves teaching the Body of Christ to utilize the arts such as praise and worship dancing, interpretive movement and expressive signing, drama, and poetry within the local church in order to bring edification, comfort, exhortation, and deliverance. She is the mother of two children and is a loving grandmother. Minister Godfrey enjoys writing, aerobic exercising, and just spending time with her family.