Alignment Reveals Your Assignment

One thing I see in my travels is that there are too many people looking for an assignment – without First looking for an Alignment!

Spiritual alignment is vital, both individually and corporately.

People who are not properly aligned will never achieve their destiny and or even come close because they will make bad decisions and form the wrong associations.

If we are not properly aligned with those we should be walking with - then it will begin to cost us. Not just personally, but Corporately as part of the Body of Christ.

Individuals and churches need to come into proper Apostolic Alignment. God has been raising up a great company of apostolic leaders who are equipping other leaders to understand and develop into their divine destiny.

Apostolic leaders speaking at 2018 ICAL International Congress

Apostolic leaders speaking at 2018 ICAL International Congress

True Apostles can be found throughout the world. And they are connecting for God’s covenant purpose described very clearly in Ephesians 4:11-13, “To equip God’s people to do His work and build up the church, the body of Christ.”

True Apostles are anointed to point the way for us to achieve our divine assignment.

The Blessings flow from this spiritual alignment – and the assignment is revealed.

Assignments will prosper when the alignment is accurate!

Over many decades I have sought out the right people to align with and have learned many hard lessons about those whom I should and should not be aligned with.

One of the greatest sources I have found is with the members of ICAL, the International Coalition of Apostolic Leaders. This is a society of proven apostolic leaders who are accountable to one another. ICAL is the largest society of Apostolic Leaders in the world today –

Whomever you choose, be sure to align with someone who has your best interest at heart, someone who loves you for you, not for what you can do for them. “Since you have purified your souls in obeying the truth through the Spirit in sincere love of the brethren, love one another fervently with a pure heart…(1 Peter 1:22).

As our Apostle Jesus said, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men” (Matt.4:19). The one who cares for you the most will help you achieve your assignment!

Building together with Him and you,

John P. Kelly