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I’ll Raise You Up in the Latter Days


My early experiences in God were like a page from the book of Acts:

YoungAmbassadorIndiaIn a vision, Christ told me to tell people of heaven and warn them of hell. That’s was my calling to the ministry.

Not long afterward, my stillborn son was raised from the dead. That was the beginning miracles in my ministry.

My first pentecostal church was called Falling Water. It was in the Ozark mountains. That’s where I got my passion for real New Testament church.

I spent several years studying the bible and walking through the mountains, praying in the Spirit. That’s where I developed my love of the Word and the Spirit.

Straightaway, Invitations to preach started coming in from people who had heard about the radically-saved, young mountain man.

For the first three years, everywhere I went, people prophesied to me. The gist of it was always, “Your latter days will be greater than your former days. I’ll raise you up in the latter days.” (That’s not a prophecy a young preacher really wants to hear).

God supernaturally opened the door for me to serve as Kenneth E. Hagin’s Art Director. It was a prestigeous job; but I said to myself, “This isn’t it. God’s got greater things in store. I have a latter day ministry.”

I was the co-founder of Faith Christian fellowship, the premiere, word of faith church organization. Our influence was far-reaching; but I said to myself, “This isn’t it. God’s got greater things in store. I have a latter day ministry.”

I was mentored by some of the greatest men and women of God of my generation; but I said to myself, “This isn’t it. God’s got greater things in store. I have a latter day ministry.”

My calendar was filled two years in advance with invitations to minister in the greatest faith venues in America; but I said to myself, “This isn’t it. God’s got greater things in store for me. I have a latter day ministry.”

My international ministry soared. I planted new bible schools and churches in countries around the world, and I organized huge evangelistic crusades. The salvations and the miracles were wonderful; but I said to myself, “This isn’t it. God’s got greater things in store for me. I have a latter day ministry.”

Hard times came – times of trials and heartbreak. Doors closed and friends deserted me; but I said to myself, “This isn’t it. God’s got greater things in store for me. I have a latter day ministry.”

I can say with the Apostle Paul, “I was not disobedient unto the heavenly vision.” Others may have been tempted to rest on their laurels; but I said to myself, “This isn’t it. God’s got greater things in store for me. I have a latter day ministry.”

Lately, calls have been streaming in. I just returned from an extraordinary, six-week ministry tour. In a few days, I’ll go back on the road for twenty-two days. The word has gotten out about the extraordinary, New Testament events we’ve had everywhere I go. 

Being faithful, and being a stickler for the word and the Spirit has proven to be the best strategy. No doubt, I’m in the Kingdom for such a time as this. It’s what the Holy Spirit prophesied, over and over, “Your latter days will be greater than your former days. I’ll raise you up in the latter days.”

Recently, the leader of a great church prophesied, “We have to get Ambassador Huggins back. He’s an agent of change.” 

I’m booking my 2016 Itinerary, now. Calls are coming in, but I have still have some open dates.If you or your pastor want me to come for ministry in 2016, they need to contact me right away: info@kingsembassy.com  

Let’s not let another year slip away without combining our faith for more, life-changing, Holy Spirit events. After all, I’m moving into my latter day ministry… we all are, are we not? 

Your Ambassador of Christ

 


November 20, 2015
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