“Let My Children Go!”
By Warren Horak
Children to be Released into Their Ministries Now
The Lord is calling us to “let My children go and grow up in Him”.
For too long we have thought that the children, must be seen and not heard in His Church gatherings.
We have let them stay, caged in “children’s church”. Meanwhile, we need their ministry as adults just as much as they need our ministry.
Where did we get this pattern? There is no such thing in His word.
We need to include the children and make them thirsty by our lives and the presence of God upon us.
Children have a deep hunger and thirst for the glory of God and the supernatural.
Most children are completely bored with children’s church.
The reason is, most of the time we are trying to entertain them or give them little stories about the bible, without demonstrating His power and imparting His gifts to them and releasing them in their callings as children.
We cannot and must not try to compete with the world’s entertainment. The spirit of entertainment in the church seeks to distract the children and hinder them from entering into His glory.
We must show them the way to His throne and how to climb the mountain of God.
They are also bored with our adult services, as they are so structured that the presence and power of God is lacking.
We need to let the children free to minister to each other and to the adults not just once but as often as possible as they are part of the Body of Christ and part of the army of God.
There is no children’s Jesus and little Holy Spirit. They are under attack just as the adults are by real demons and not junior demons.
We are one Church one Bride one Army this includes the youngest members.
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A Little One Will Lead Them
Are we prepared to be lead by the little ones?
Isaiah 11 is about the sevenfold anointing of the Holy Spirit, if we want to walk in this we must also flow with verse 6.
This will test our humility.
Are we prepared to learn from the children?
We will only learn from them if we recognise that we need them, as equal members of the body of Christ.
For this, we need to recognise our spiritual poverty, as only the humble will learn from the little ones.
Little ones are fresh from heaven
The little ones are in fact the most mature as Jesus said they are the greatest in the kingdom and we must become like little children.
Maturity is not measured by knowledge, but by love and humility.
The younger they are, the better.
They are “FRESH OUT OF HEAVEN” they were sent from the Father’s heart to the wombs of their mothers.
As natural as swimming is to an infant baby so is flowing in the river of life, as they were there very recently.
As children are born into sin they grow up and the older they get the more battles they face to return to the Fathers’ heart.
Let us help them and train them while they are so young and pliable and return them to Fathers’ heart before the world takes care of them and destroys their faith and humility.
The Lord has clearly stated that they are the greatest in His kingdom so let us now let the children come forth.
At that time the disciples came to Jesus, saying, “Who then is greatest in the kingdom of heaven?”
Then Jesus called a little child to Him, set him in the midst of them,
and said, “Assuredly, I say to you, unless you are converted and become as little children, you will by no means enter the kingdom of heaven.
Therefore whoever humbles himself as this little child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven.
Whoever receives one little child like this in My name receives Me. Matthew 18:1-5
This will take faith
We as the adults need to encourage and train our little ones to come forth.
We need to see them with our eyes of faith flowing freely in the fruit, gifts and anointing of the Spirit in our gatherings.
We need to really trust the Holy Spirit to help us and trust Jesus to head up His Church.
When they start to flow we might be tempted to stop them or control them, this will be a grave mistake as His river cannot be controlled the only one in control will be Jesus.
The river of Life needs to flow freely and the children must be brought to the river to drink in order to be healed and strengthened and equipped for the work of their ministry.
We must let them make mistakes
Our children will and must make mistakes if they are going to learn to walk and grow in the things of God.
Let us give them the freedom to learn and gently pick them up and dust them off if they fall. Let us not quench their enthusiasm.
They have a wonderful advantage over us, as they do not have the doubts and wrong paradigms that we as adults often sit with, they have pure strong faith.
When they pray, things start to happen.
Just try it let the youngest start to pray. We must not stifle their growth.
Flowing with Father is child’s play.
Children will flow in the things of God as naturally as playing with toys, there is no real difference, as we must all start to learn how to play with our Daddy in heaven.
In 2002 Father spoke clearly to me and said I must learn to be a child and learn how to play with Him.
This is a very awesome and wonderful thing as this will destroy strongholds in our lives especially pride.
We must show them the way as they show us the way
Father is testing our humility as we are lead by Him through His little ones.
We will need to teach them and guide them through His word as they show us the way to His heart and humility.
We are called to help them as they are called to help us.
We need them as they need us.
The Humilikey – They have keys that will unlock our prisons
They have invisible keys called the Humilikey.
The key of humility that they have, opens the way for Fathers grace to be released upon us. As we learn from the children to humble our selves and to completely trust in and depend upon our heavenly Daddy, as they, depending on their earthly Moms.
The little ones have words of wisdom, prophecy and faith that will set us free from our strongholds.
We must humble ourselves to recognise that we need them, as Jesus is in them. We need to see and look for Him in the children as we lower our selves we will see Jesus. The Vision that follows, talks about the children’s marbles. I believe the marbles represent, the grace and gifts that Father has deposited in them, that we need in order to get the job done.
The spirit of Elijah will release the Hearts of the fathers to their children
Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet
Before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD.
And he will turn
The hearts of the fathers to the children,
And the hearts of the children to their fathers,
Lest I come and strike the earth with a curse.” Malachi 4:5-6
The true fruit of the spirit of Elijah will be repentance to God.
Not just saying sorry but showing fruits worthy of repentance.
Once the Fathers and mothers turn to the children and repent for holding them back and not training them up in the ways of the Lord, then the children will turn to the Fathers and we will have one united body with no generational gaps.
We need the one new man to arise this one new man includes children.
The Future is now!!!
The younger generation is not only our future but they are present, as the future is now.
We need to take hold of our future and receive the grace now, to go into the future through the little ones.
They are the marbles that will allow the cornerstone to be moved into place.
I will say to the north, ‘Give them up!’ And to the south, ‘Do not keep them back!’ Bring My sons from afar, And My daughters from the ends of the earth Isaiah 43:6
How long are we going to sing and pray this scripture and not believe it and release the children in our midst?
Let us sing and declare this scripture over all the children of the Kingdom.
Thus says the Lord God:
“Behold, I will lift My hand in an oath to the nations,
And set up My standard for the peoples;
They shall bring your sons in their arms,
And your daughters shall be carried on their shoulders;
Kings shall be your foster fathers,
And their queens your nursing mothers;
They shall bow down to you with their faces to the earth,
And lick up the dust of your feet.
Then you will know that I am the Lord,
For they shall not be ashamed who wait for Me.”
Shall the prey be taken from the mighty,
Or the captives of the righteous be delivered?
But thus says the Lord: “Even the captives of the mighty shall be taken away,
And the prey of the terrible be delivered;
For I will contend with him who contends with you, And I WILL SAVE YOUR CHILDREN. Is 49:22-25
Please take time to read this vision……..
The Lord said, The answer to your problem is in the Children’s hands”
By Bobby Conner
In an extraordinarily stirring prophetic dream, I was transported to a large construction site.
At the construction area, the foundation was especially smooth and also extremely level.
However, over to one side and out of its proper place was a massive cornerstone.
I was assigned the task of putting the enormous cornerstone into place.
However, I did not have any heavy equipment to aid in moving the huge stone into its proper place.
I sensed that it was extremely crucial that this was done as quickly as possible, but it must also be accomplished in the correct manner.
I’m sorry, I’m too busy to play a child’s game now!”
I stood there, in deep thought, pondering how I could accomplish this overwhelming task.
Suddenly, many small children, as well as youth, came around me; each child had a brown leather bag in their hand.
I was completely surrounded by these incredibly beautiful children. They were all exceptionally joyous and full of life.
One was pulling on my pant’s leg, as if to get my undivided attention.
I said, “I am sorry but I am too busy to play a child’s game now.”
The answer is in the children’s hands
Immediately the voice of the Lord spoke saying,
“The answer to your problem is in the children’s hands.”
I was aware that He was speaking about the bag in their hands.
I looked into the face of the little boy at my side. His deep blue eyes twinkled with life, and his golden hair glistened in the sunlight.
The same little boy that had been seeking my attention was smiling with childlike confidence; now he lifted up his bag offering it willingly to me.
I quickly looked inside and found that each sack was filled with brilliant colored marbles.
Further instructions from the lord
The Lord said,
“Have the children place their marbles in front of the stone,” adding, “and then you can easily roll the huge stone into its proper place.”
I did as I was told and the stone was almost effortlessly put into place.
The massive stone glided over the marbles as if it was on ball bearings.
I could guide and move the stone now with my thumbs. I was totally amazed at how easily this had been done.
The moment the stone went into the proper place I felt an astonishing sense of relief and accomplishment.
Then the scene changed, and my attention was directed to behold extremely long lines of people approaching the foundation stone from every direction.
These people were from every walk of life and from every nation on earth.
Each person bore a different size and shape of stone. One by one they came and placed their stone into the wall.
As they placed their stone into the wall, in a very amazing way, each one became a living stone in the wall.
The wall was strong and beautiful beyond description.
So what does this mean?
How do we respond to this word?
Jesus is the Corner Stone of the Church who is not in the center of the Church. The middle of the gatherings.
Only the children’s gifts when placed at Jesus’ feet will be able to provide a way for Jesus to be moved into the center of His Church.
When Jesus who is the foundation stone is in His rightful place in His Church, then He will draw many to Himself and His people will surrender their lives and allow Him to place them in His wall as He builds His Church.
Then they brought little children to Him, that He might touch them; but the disciples rebuked those who brought them.
But when Jesus saw it, He was greatly displeased and said to them, “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of God.
Assuredly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as a little child will by no means enter it.”
And He took them up in His arms, laid His hands on them, and blessed them. Mark 10:13-16
Then little children were brought to Him that He might put His hands on them and pray, but the disciples rebuked them.
But Jesus said, “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of heaven.”
And He laid His hands on them and departed from there. Matthew 19:13-15
“Take heed that you do not despise one of these little ones, for I say to you that in heaven their angels always see the face of My Father who is in heaven.
For the Son of Man has come to save that which was lost. Matthew 18:10-11