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T.D. Jakes in his book entitled, When Power Meets Potential’ states:

I am absolutely convinced that God is extending an unparalleled invitation to every believer at this unique moment in history. I have written this book to excite your mind and expose you to some radical new normals. The old normal isn’t working if you currently define your life as purposeless and powerless. It is downright illegal for you, a child of God, to live this way when so much has been provided, and so much remains still untapped and available.

Make no mistake, new realms of power and anointing are not reserved for the super spiritual or superlative saints - promotion is for everyone. God’s eyes are not roaming throughout the earth, zeroing in exclusively on pastors, preachers, and evangelists. The scriptures give us a different story.

2 Chronicles 16:9 NIV. For the eyes of the Lord range throughout the earth to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to him...


Consider this verse for just a moment.  There is no mention of profession or placement; only posture of the heart. The Lord’s eyes are searching for hearts fully committed to Him and His cause on the earth. These are the hearts that will fulfil purpose. When they are invited into a new level, people with hearts like this have what it takes to sustain that dimension of glory. These are the people who catch the gaze of God


Will you catch His gaze? In this verse we also see a promise of power to those hearts that are fully committed to Him. Understanding this is vital. Your wholehearted devotion and commitment to God is what actually positions you for the divine moments that call forth your potential, strengthening and empowering you to fulfil your divine purpose.


I pray the following pages would remind you of the journey you began the moment you were born. In fact, your purpose preceded your coming into the world. Just as God called Jeremiah in the womb, He has called you in the same way.


Jeremiah 1:5. Before I formed you in the womb I knew you; before you were born I sanctified you; I ordained you a prophet to the nations


Your journey began before birth. And now it’s time for you to embrace it every day of your life. Apostle Paul gives us a glimpse of what this journey looks like, as he describes God’s only desired travel plan for you—from glory to glory' (see 2 Cor. 3:18). It’s time for you to step into these new dimensions of glory, anointing, and power. It’s time for you to recognize moments of divine visitation and run toward the supernatural promotion that’s being presented your way It’s time for your potential to collide with God’s power and release your purpose. That’s what the world is wailing for—a people who actually step into their ordained assignment and fulfil their divine purpose.


You have untapped realms of ability, giftedness, and potential that are just waiting for one moment, one collision, one touch of God’s power.


You have untapped realms of ability, giftedness, and potential that are just waiting for one moment, one collision, one touch of God’s power.


Too many people are running around searching for purpose, when in fact purpose is wrapped up in their potential. When your potential is realized and released, your purpose can he fulfilled.  

I want to help position you for these moments that change everything.


This book is for anyone who is hungry to experience a shift. A change. A transition. Elevation.  Promotion.  What you’ve always known and how you’ve always done life is changing.  There’s a meeting scheduled.  Power is on its way.  Elijah’s getting ready to throw a mantle on you.


You won’t be able to keep ploughing the field after you’ve collided with a prophet. Your moment is at hand, and this moment changes everything.


While reading the pages ahead, ask the Spirit of God to lead and guide you. Invite Him to give you clarity.  Elijah and Elisha are examples.  Most likely, you’re not a ploughed being called to be a prophet.  We’re simply mining the multi-dimensional principles that are observable in this story, this is not your handbook on how to be a doctor on a new level, or how to be a plumber at a new level, or how to be a school teacher on a new level, or how to be a lawyer on a new level. I can’t share out of what I don’t have.  You have a specific calling and purpose.  I’m giving you basic principles that will prepare you to release your unique potential.


When you step into the new level, get the training. Pursue the instruction and teaching.  Go after everything that will help you develop that potential. I’m here to coach you, equip you, prepare you, and arm you. I want to arm you, spiritually, to say “Yes” when power passes by. I want to sharpen your spiritual sight to recognize what is going on behind the seen and respond correctly on your day of visitation.


His book is all about the meeting of power and potential.  I’ll give you some glimpses of what this new level of living looks like, but my main goal is to help you work through the transition. When power comes, I want you to be ready. I want you to recognize your moment. Yes, there will be natural circumstances that set it up. But even more deeply and profoundly, I want to help tune you in to the spiritual dimensions of transition.  You need to recognize what looks right, smells right, sounds right, and ultimately is your moment. Above all, you must be ready to receive and run after the very touch that releases your potential: God's power.

Part 1 – Know Your Purpose


1 Kings 19:19 . . . .  Then Elijah passed by him and threw his mantle in him

Chapter 1 – You are on Purpose

Psalm 139:13-1 (i). For You formed my inward parts; You covered me in my mother's womb. I wilt praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; marvellous are Your works, and that my soul knows very well. My frame was not hidden from You, when I was made in secret, and skilfully wrought in the lowest parts of the earth. Your eyes saw my substance, being yet unformed. And in Your book, they all were written, the days fashioned for me, when as yet there were none of them.


Ephesians 2:10 (NLT)for we are God's masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago.’


Jeremiah 29:11 ESV). “for I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.”

You Have A Purpose


Job 10:8 Your hands have formed me and made me




You have a Divine purpose.


You were allowed access into this dimension of life by the nod of the Creator Himself, that you would be strategically placed at this time, at this age, in your gender, in your ethnicity, with your gifting, and with your talent for God’s divine purpose.


Even the wealthiest person on the planet could not offer up any suitable form of tender that could purchase purpose. Surely, such people would wish ‘purpose’ could have a dollar value assigned because then the relentless nagging of their souls could be silenced. They could rest easy knowing that the one unknown of life has been secured. Purpose is priceless, while purposelessness is very costly.


You can live in this world and make all the money you could ever dream of and be as beautiful as you want and be as educated as you please and accomplish whatever you want to, but if you die without accomplishing your purpose, you are a failure, a reject and a fool.


The Root of Purposelessness

Psalm 14:1 The fool has said in his heart, “There is no God”


The fool has said, “There is no God, there is no purpose, there is no meaning.” He further adds, “I can do my own thing, go my own way, live my own life,”


The fool who says in his heart, “There is no God” has essentially said, “There is no purpose.” To divorce one's perspective from the reality of a Creator, a Master Designer, and a Purpose-Author, one is rejecting purpose and meaning as a whole. This is no small statement because it is no small action. The repercussions of saying, “There is no God" are far-reaching into every arena of our lives and society. It is downright deadly to reject the reality of a Creator, for it is that very Creator who assigns value and purpose to the created. If the created is without a Creator, then who or what assigns value or purpose to the created? There are no constants. There’s nothing certain. We are without anchors. No one knows who they are, because they are detached from the truth of Whose they are.


The value of your Creator should cause you to reconsider your own worth and value.


When Genesis 1 becomes a fairy tale and we are disconnected from the fact that we were created in the “image and likeness of God," (see Gen. 1:26) that we were in fact hand-crafted in the image of the perfect Craftsman, purposelessness abounds.  Now, more than ever, we need this vision of the Creator and created; for as the Scripture says, “Where there is no vision, the people perish” (Prov. 29:18 KJV).


The world perishes because of the purposelessness of its people; people perish because they live without vision. I want to invite you to consider the vision of your Creator. As mentioned earlier, you are not some type of cosmic accident. You were hand-crafted and custom-made by a perfect Creator. The value of your Creator should cause you to reconsider your own worth and value. God did not make you in the image of an animal. He did not create you in the image of an angel. Rather, He created you in His very own image and His likeness. Time after time, Scripture invites us to consider the unlikeness of God.


Exodus 15:11 Who is like You, O Lord, among the gods?


2 Chronicles 6:14 Lord God of Israel, there is no God in heaven or on earth like You


Psalm 113:5 Who is like the Lord our God, who dwells on high


Because God radically stands out and above everything and everyone else in created order, consider the precious value that someone created in His image and likeness carries. This someone is you.

God Created You Uniquely

Genesis 1:26 Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness”


Once you realise that you were created on purpose, and created in the image of the Creator, you begin to recognise that there are secrets stored up inside you. These are the very secrets that must be discovered and unleashed to a purposeless planet and a purposeless people.


There are secrets inside you that God has planted, secret talents and secret gifts and secret wisdoms that have been divinely orchestrated. These gifts, these talents, these abilities, these wisdoms, these solutions, these creativities—these are uniquely yours. God the Creator is multi-dimensional enough to create you uniquely. Trust His design. The moment you start to embrace how you have been formed and fashioned is the moment you step into the very purpose you were created for. God is not the author of prolonged purposelessness; you are. One of the most prevalent enemies to you stepping into your purpose is the downright deception that “the grass is greener.” In other words, something in someone else causes you to reject, and ultimately neglect the unique purpose within you. This keeps you exactly where the enemy wants you, and sadly, where the world cannot afford to keep you. You cannot make a difference sitting off in a dark corner somewhere, wishing that you were someone else.


Stop, stop, stop wanting to be somebody else. Do not insult your Creator by insulting His creation. You were fearfully and wonderfully made. Can you even fathom what the psalmist is expressing by using those words—fearfully and wonderfully? (See Psalm 139:14.) You were created with awe. God didn’t just throw you together, stand back and say, “This looks good.” Because God fashioned you in His very image and likeness, He has a right to stand back and actually awe His own creation. Why? It’s simply God standing in awe of His own handiwork; God awe-ing God. This is how He looks upon you.


In fact, God considers you a "masterpiece” (see Ephesians. 2:10 NLT). God made you the way He wanted to make you so He could use you at a particular time in a particular way; and if you start trying to be like somebody else, you’re going to miss your purpose.


People don't miss their purpose and bypass destiny because God decides to take it away; they miss purpose because they fail to invest in their purpose. One of the greatest ways we fail to invest in what God has wired into our DNA is through rejecting who we have been uniquely created to be and what we have been created to bring to this moment in history.

You Have What it Takes

2 Peter 1:3 His divine power has given to us all things that pertain to life and godliness


You have everything you need to do what you’ve been designed to do and be who you were created to be. I repeat, you have everything you need to accomplish your purpose. If God needed you to be tall. He would have made you tall. If He needed you to be better looking, He would have made you better looking. If He needed you to have a voice to sing, He would have given you a voice to sing. Everything about you was designed with intentionality. In fact, your design is directly connected to your purpose. If you neglect your design and refuse to celebrate how you were made, you will never step into who you were made to be. We have no right to question the Potter about how He fashioned and moulded the clay.


In Romans 9:20 (NIV), Paul directly confronts this issue of questioning the Maker about how the creation was made. He writes,





But who are you, a human being, to talk back to God? “Shall what is formed say to the one who formed it, ' Why did you make me like this?”


God knew what He was doing when He created you like He did. He gave you the right IQ and He gave you the right personality. He gave you the right temperament. Do not despise your design, for the Designer made you a certain way so that you could accomplish a certain purpose.  Like I said, the more you disregard your design and continue to want to be like someone else, the more you distance yourself from stepping into your created purpose. You, as you are, have got what it takes to be who God has created you to be.  Yes, get educated.  Yes, get equipped and trained. Yes, pursue knowledge, learning, and wisdom. Scripture tells us to pursue these things, as anybody can have as much of these things as he or she so desires. Just don’t despise who God has created you to be.


The Designer made you a certain way so that you could accomplish a certain purpose.


Start believing this. You won’t need as much counselling. You won’t need as much therapy. You won’t be as intimidated by other people. You won’t be jealous of other people.  If you understand your purpose, you will live in that purpose and you will discover your gifts and your talents and what you were put here to do.


Dealing with the Lie

Psalm 25:5 NLT Lead me by your truth and teach me, for you are the God who saves me. All day long I put my hope in you


And finally, whatever you’ve been through and whatever weaknesses you have, and whatever issues you’ve had—do not allow those weaknesses to abort your mission. Everyone’s failed.  Everyone messes up.  Everyone’s slipped, fallen, gotten up, fallen again, gotten up again, maybe wandered around in the dark for a season, moved on, etc. The devil is a liar, and he would love to deceive you right out of your destiny. One of the main tools he uses is reminding you of issues, hang-ups, setbacks, and sins. Your comeback should trump his lies every time. Your past is under the blood of Jesus. Your sins were dealt with at Calvary. God’s not surprised by your weaknesses; this is why He promises strength! God’s not caught off guard by your setbacks and problems.


Remember, it’s not your weaknesses and failures that have the potential to abort your mission, it’s how you see and respond to them. If you believe your weaknesses can abort your purpose, you will live in agreement with that lie.  Nothing-  absolutely nothing—can separate you from God’s purpose for your life unless you start agreeing with lies. It’s this type of agreement that causes you to veer off the path God has set for you.  If you’ve been believing these lies, I encourage you to start disagreeing with the liar today. It’s never too late to get back on the path to purpose.


I repeat—you have a divine mission to accomplish.  You cannot allow anything to come between you and your purpose. In the pages ahead, we are going to look at the unique exchange that took place between Elijah and Elisha.  As Elijah’s time on earth was concluding, it was Elisha’s turn to step up. If you need an example of someone who refused to let anything come between him and his purpose, this ploughman-turned - prophet is your model. In fact, he is your mandate. I’m calling for a company of Elisha’s to rise up in this hour, recognize their moment of visitation, and start running toward the divine purpose God has ready to unleash to the world through their lives.


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We are in total agreement with T.D. Jake’s comments and believe that we are living in a time and a season when the prayers of the saints, prayed through 6-millenia are on the threshold of being answered.


We believe the Kingdom of Heaven is going to be manifest on earth in this generation.


We believe we will see an explosion of:



And much more . . . .


As God works in us and through us, things that divided us will be shed like old cloths. There will be a new release of the Gifts of the Spirit and the Fruit of the Spirit will dangle on fruit bearing believers for all to enjoy.


Father’s will be re-united with children, families that have been estranged will come together and celebrate God’s goodness to them.


In short, heaven will invade earth and heaven’s laws will supercede man’s imperfections, as earth experiences ‘a mighty rushing wind’!


If our vision strikes a chord with your own heart and you would like to make contact, please feel free to email us at helges@eircom.net.