Happy Easter!! Happy April!!
It’s a new month, and with that, it’s time to start dropping some new music too.
This past Friday, my first single, Daughter of the King, dropped on all music platforms.
This month is a four year marker since the first lyric dropped down into my spirit. That song was called Joy of the Lord. (I will link these songs at the bottom of this post.) As most of you know, June 12th was the date of my husband’s liberation into eternity. So, starting this month, I will be posting new content on the first Friday of every month, over the next 12 months. This is my offering to you out of the impressions and personal reflections over the last four years. I’m sooo excited for you to hear these songs that have been singing over me. They have all been inspired by the Divine who has been so gracious to drop me a line here and there along this wild ride.
In June 2017, I was instantly put into a state of transition. I am still here today. I’m still transitioning from the old Micah into the new Micah. I have become a sponge absorbing so many things. Feeling so many new things. Thinking so many new things. Playing so many new melodies. The summer of 2017, I started asking questions, searching for truth from my King. I asked the question, “Who do you say I am?” Months passed and at a worship night at another church, Kari Jobe sang No Longer Slaves, and as my sister in love looked at me, she said this, “I’m a child of God!” 🤯🤯🤯🤯 I’m a God girl!! It was like a bomb went off on my insides. This truth finally took root. I have been asking the Holy Spirit what does this mean ever since and He has given me language like this.
A Daughter of the King identity carries these qualities:
I was like, wow, I like that!!
This identity walks differently. I will be revealing more about this as time goes along and as He reveals it to me. This is a rhythm of walking with the King into lands I still don’t fully understand, but I trust His hand.
“Let me illustrate: As long as an heir is a minor, he’s not really much different than a servant, although he’s the master over all of them. For until the time appointed by the father, the child is under the domestic supervision of the guardians of the estate. So it is with us. When we were juveniles we were enslaved under the hostile spirits of the world. But when the time of fulfillment had come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law. Yet all of this was so that he would redeem and set free those held hostage to the law so that we would receive our freedom and a full legal adoption as his children. And so that we would know that we are his true children, God released the Spirit of Sonship into our hearts—moving us to cry out intimately, ‘My Father! My true Father!’ Now we’re no longer living like slaves under the law, but we enjoy being God’s very own sons and daughters! And because we’re his, we can access everything our Father has —for we are heirs because of what God has done! Before we knew God as our Father, we were unwitting servants to the powers that be, which are nothing compared to God. But now that we truly know him and are intimately known by him, why would we for a moment consider turning back to those weak and feeble principles of religion, as though we were still subject to them? Why would we want to scrupulously observe rituals like special days, celebrations of the new moon, annual festivals, and sacred years? I’m so alarmed about you that I’m beginning to wonder if my labor in ministry among you was a waste of time!”
Galatians 4:1-11 TPT
This passage is so beautiful. Daughters, when you ask Jesus to come into your hearts, you have been adopted into the living body of Christ with all those ancestors who have gone before us. This is a courageous troop. Woman, you were made to carry many things!!
Yesterday while I was journaling, this note came forth: Daughter, it’s My joy to carry you. I’m not a burden to Him!!! CAN I GET AN AMEN?? Let me tell you, it’s so refreshing to start believing that truth inside of me. I hope it will encourage you today as well. No matter our emotional state, He desires us to come pour it all out before Him. Whatever that looks like for you, it’s unique to you and Him. This is the beautiful journey of becoming your truest self with an understanding that you are a daughter of a King. This has not been a comfortable process. It’s been painful at times. I have felt distressed at times. Depressed. Emotionally spent. It’s a whole-body experience to become fully transparent with yourself. It’s a face to face encountering with the King kind of thing. But, I must keep going. Once you have tasted this kind of intimacy, you want more. Our inner being is longing for such a connection. You might say, Micah you are writing like you’re in love. And I would say, yes, I’m in an intimate relationship with the Divine Creator. He knows me and He’s sharing myself with me. It’s been interesting to say the least. It’s become like a feast. “What course do you have for me today, Father?” “Take a seat, My daughter. It’s time to feast. As you read My words, it starts to grow inside of your bone and marrow.”
“For we have the living Word of God, which is full of energy, like a two-mouthed sword. It will even penetrate to the very core of our being where soul and spirit, bone and marrow meet! It interprets and reveals the true thoughts and secret motives of our hearts.”
Hebrews 4:12 TPT
My energy has increased as I’ve spent time with the Divine. I hope you will take some time this month to test it out. We don’t read to get. We read to receive and allow the Word to read us.
Well, I have so much to say, but I will stop for now. Thank you my Menders for following along with me on this journey of relearning. I hope it’s sparked your hearts. ❤️❤️
In the sending comes the mending. ✈️
Until next time,
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Joy of the Lord: