Start Processing


This morning I felt like I was hearing stop educating, start processing. I look around and I see people who want to “know” more. Knowing more is not bad, unless it stagnates by lack of use. For years I have shared how the human mind processes facts. For instance if you were to go to a conference on healing, you might receive the “education” to heal through teaching. But in two weeks if you were to be asked if you “heal” your answer would be yes, even though you might not have laid hands on someone.

Now some of it could be relegated to how we communicate or language, but at the core of it is a process of the mind that thinks something is done, with out the experience. (In a good way we call this imagination.)Process is critical to seeing God moving on the earth. The other day we receive

d a corporate word about being a “house of activation.” I have been pondering it. Why? Because just to say it, is good. But to be able to see the process “accomplished” it must have “feet” attached.

Even now I am studying a scripture a friend has used over the last week or two. Some might say “What a good little Berean.” Years ago I might have accepted that, but now I want to know Christ through it. And I want to see how to walk with Him through the scripture. (So, I am looking at it through translations and interlinear and more.) Why? Because this might be the living bread of days to come.

One more thought on the process…the more I try to keep things in the tree of good and evil (healing good/witches evil) the more I accumulate good knowledge with no need to process. Have we not noticed for years we have done more about evil and not the accumulation of good? It will always be about the tree of life. The person of Jesus.

BTW-here is a video on honor. I know the quality needs to improve and things.

Honor is like love.

Bless you!


Written by Lee Johndrow

Lee Johndrow

Lee is on staff as the Prophetic Ministry Leader at the Village Church where he functions as one of the prophetic grace. (You can visit their site at

He is the father of five wonderful children. Married for over 22 years to his wife Tina. 7 grandchildren as of September 22, 2014, with another one on the way! Loving life with family, friends, faith, fun and food!

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