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This piece was inspired by a dream my ministry partner, Lynda Lariviere, had in which she was given an eagle mantle for us to share. The two wings of the eagle, one water and the other fire are symbols of the Holy Spirit. The eagle with its keen eyesight is often a symbol of the prophetic ministry. Black is the colour of government and yellow the glory of God. The bubble above the eagle’s head represents the eagle’s guiding vision of the land it seeks to possess. The eagle is stylized in a manner suggestive of the First Peoples. I chose to represent the eagle in this way because at the time I was in prayer for the First Nations people to arise into their God given destiny and position, understanding that there is a deep connection between the First People’s and the land, and that they hold a key to unlocking revival and harvest. The Mantle represents the office and the authority of the office of the prophet to legislate kingdom mandates in the earth. It is a recognition that there will be First Nations leaders who will arise in the end time move of God with great authority to bring about kingdom reformation. I had the privilege of showing The Mantle to a group of First Nations believers in October 2016 and to share this message, on the very same day that there was an important gathering of First Nations peoples in America to release a blanket forgiveness to settlers who dispossessed them and broke covenant with them. This was just before the unforgettable events of November 2016 in which the government of America experienced a seismic shift. The First Nations leaders of that gathering intended that their forgiveness would enable the outcome of that election to proceed in a manner that would loose the plans and purposes of God for America and preserve the life of the next President of the United States.
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