In the daybreak prayer of 7/24/14, while my sister was interceding for those members suffering from affliction, the Holy Spirit moved her: “Learning to be humble and to comply with the word of God is easy. As long as you always keep the Father’s business in your mind, then you will not continue to squabble over other’s ulterior motives and what they think. Only keep the business of God in your mind. Keep God’s business in your mind. Keep God’s business in your mind. Keep God’s business in your mind. Keep God’s business in your mind! Then you will be able to achieve it.”

         And He (Jesus) said to them, Why did you seek Me? Did you not know that I must be about My Father’s business?”(Luke 2:49)

In September of 2007, my mother was praying for my younger brother who was accepted into the TJC theological seminary. Then she saw a vision. She saw that my brother was lying on an altar of God, but both of his feet were still touching the ground.

God inspired her, “A preacher is dedicated to Lord Jesus as a burnt offering. He should not continue to be attached to the pleasures of this world. Since he is sitting on the altar already, he should not put both of his feet down on the ground. Otherwise he is still standing on the earthly ground, contaminated by touching the uncleanness, defiling himself. His must dedicate his all on the altar to God, living a totally spiritual and holy life, with his mind completely on the Father’s business in his daily life, surrendering his entire body, heart, and soul to me, for my use.”

On May 1, 2011’s daybreak prayer, the Holy Spirit inspired me, “Must have the Father’s business in mind and all will be well.”

The bondservant of Jesus Christ, Apostle Paul, encouraged believers in this way:“I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service. And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God. (Rom 12:1-2)