Do Not Lose Your Saltiness!
By Debra Lowe
“You are the salt of the earth and if the salt has lost its saltiness, it is good for nothing except to be thrown out.
Hear Me as I say to you My people, today, find
your saltiness once again.
That part in you that I placed to savor this whole world, to cause seasoning from My Kingdom to go throughout this world.
If you hold back what I have given you then the world will be lost,
but I have anointed you in this final hour.
Do not hold back from the wittiness, creativity, and My ability I have placed in you.
I have caused it and placed it in you to save some and if you hold back then their blood
will be on your hands.
I AM saying to you My Children, today, restore your saltiness!
Do not lose who you are in Me, because I have called you and placed you in specific places for this season, to season this world
and to cause some to come.
So be who I have anointed you to be and be bold about it. I have given you My Grace, all that is needed to live a powerful, holy, and influential life.
There is only one unique, you,
and I have planted you to be the most effective where you are.
Do not let your own thoughts, circumstances, trials, tests, or the unknown happenings keep you from setting your world ablaze.
Know that as you stay deeply
rooted in Me that you will grow and become fixed and stable, many will be sustained by your faithfulness to Me.
This is our season, this is our hour, stand strong, stand brave, be bold and declare who I AM in this life,” says The
“Do not lose your saltiness!”
“You are the salt of the earth, but if salt has lost its taste (its strength, its quality), how can its saltiness be restored? It is not good for anything
any longer but to be thrown out and trodden underfoot by men,” Matthew 5:13.
“For His divine power has bestowed on us [absolutely] everything necessary for [a dynamic spiritual] life and godliness, through true
and personal knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and excellence,” 2 Peter 1:3.
“And he will be like a tree firmly planted [and fed] by streams of water, Which yields its fruit in its season; Its leaf
does not wither; And in whatever he does, he prospers [and comes to maturity],” Psalm 1:3.
By Debra Lowe