Amber Pierce – The word that I believe the Lord gave me last night, a word I never think of, prudence, and so I thought, well, the Bible says a good wife is prudent. I wonder if I’m that. I don’t know, so I Googled it. But a secular definition of prudence is being cautious, exercising, the ability to govern and discipline oneself by the use of reason, stagnancy, shrewdness, you don’t wanna be stagnant, shrewdness in the management of affairs, but then when it comes biblical, a woman who displays prudence is disciplined, wise, resourceful and discreet. She walks circumspectly and prays proactively. She knows that there are storms coming, but she doesn’t fear them. She prepares for them.
Chuck Pierce – Now, I’ve already talked with three people this morning that I could hear fear in them over the future. The Lord says, you’re going to be shrewd. Look at somebody and tell ’em. The Lord says, you’re gonna be prudent. Look at ’em and tell ’em. You’re gonna be filled with valor. Look at ’em and tell ’em. We have to start saying what God is saying about us. You’re going to be discreet. You’re going to know that He can provide when there is no provision. You’re going to know that He can take a little handful of flour and feed you for three years. Now, I’m telling you, the Lord is activating a new understanding of who you are. You are prudent. You are wise. You are discreet. You are shrewd and you are valiant. You need to shout it.