Posted by: Pure Glory | 12/31/2016

Different Assignment

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

I had a powerful prophetic dream entitled, a “Different Assignment.” In the dream, I kept hearing different assignment, different assignment, repeatedly.  Different assignment requires a different grace, a different grace brings a different anointing.

The mediocre, mundane, ministry as usual, life as usual, same old same old, just want to do, this is why he created You, different.

As a little boy, I used to hear, “Ninety-nine and a half just won’t do,” you’ve got to be one hundred percent You.

There are many of you ,the enemy has tried to make you feel plagued, out of sorts, or indifferent, for being different.

Yahweh says, “I don’t call or choose you to fit in, but to effect great change. You will never be up to par, average, or normal, because I made you especially extreme. Please don’t be stressed, depressed, or anguished because your anointing, life, or ministry doesn’t look like someone else’s.”

Sometimes, people become stressed in family, ministry, or life in general, trying to be something they see in someone else, trying to raise their family like another family, or comparing their ministry to another ministry.

There will always be a struggle and lack of peace, when you’re trying to be what you see in others or what others desire you to be. However, there is an absence of struggle and great peace, when you’re just being whom Yahweh anointed you to be.

You will rise to the top, when you realize, embrace, and celebrate the uniqueness of the anointing, Yahweh has placed on your life. It’s not that you’re inadequate, or wrong, nor have you failed, you just have a Different Assignment.

You are exclusively brilliant, a rare extraordinaire, and anointed to be different. Celebrate your differences, embrace the call of God on your life, and be true to you, from this day forth! You are anointed to be, “You.”

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  1. Apostle, I have often wondered why God would pick people to do something for Him that would be the last person on earth you would expect him to pick. Paul is a good example. I am another. I have been following you a while now, some of your words are starting to sink in. I am the ” Chief of sinners “. I think I get it now. In the South if someone is your Huckleberry, that means he/she is uniquely qualified to help you with some situation or problem. Your Huckleberry is the only one, no one else has the specific skill set to get the job done. Of late, I have been slaying a lot of dragons and have many scars to show for it. I am an advocate for the people the world has labeled no good and thrown under the bus. I will stand toe to toe with a bully in a heart beat, even when he is 10 ft. tall and bullet proof. I will not stop and I will not give up one inch of ground. My father would often say to me that if you are not willing to die for something, then you are not fit to live for anything. Apostle, I think I am God’s Huckleberry.

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    • Marshall, God made you uniquely You, a Huckleberry. Embrace your uniqueness!

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  2. Just what I need to hear this morning. Thanks, and God bless you even more in the coming New Year.

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    • Praise God! Maude you are God’s wonderfully and uniquely made! Thank you 😊 for the blessings. Supernatural blessings of embracing who God made you to be!


  3. Reblogged this on MARSHALL W THOMPSON, SR and commented:
    Some self-love if you are having some trouble navigating through life at the moment and you forgot the way home and no longer recognize the person looking back at you in the mirror. Reblog of my friend’s post, Apostle Gabriel Cross who mysteriously pops up with a post, when I am in a fight, that confirms to me that I am headed in the right direction or need to change course for a new destination, but keep fighting. I am quite proud of my battle scars. I have another friend who often does the same for me. S you know I am talking about you. Peace, Marshall

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  4. Wow, these are some powerful words! I used to compare my walk with Christ to others and it got me nowhere. Now I am secure of my identify in Christ and no longer try to fit society’s mold! 🙌🏾 Thank you for sharing this!

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    • Praise God, that you are walking your unique walk in Christ. You are welcome!

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  5. Wonderful post. Most of my life I’ve wished I was “normal.” God showed me that was envy. I envied there people’s so-called normal lives. But God has shown me I am uniquely qualified for what he has had me do in my life. I’m grateful now for my “otherness,” as painful as that can sometimes be.

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    • Praise God! He makes us all unique. It is amazing how he qualifies the chosen to be his special ambassadors for him. Thanks for sharing your testimony, Belle.

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  6. One sentence “I will follow Him”

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  7. Thank you for sharing! A timely reminder!

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    • Praise God! Thank you for visiting and commenting. Blessings!


  8. This was so encouraging! And much needed! Bless you for sharing it.

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    • Praise God! He encourages us so we can encourage others. I receive your blessings. Supernatural blessings to you!


  9. Amen! What a powerful word! Thanks for sharing!

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    • All glory goes to God, who gave me the dream. You’re welcome! Blessings!

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  10. Amen!!! I am anointed to me me!!

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  11. Reblogged this on Joseph ochuka.


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