Dale & LuAnne Mast

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Arise 5 Weekly Update: July 22, 2014 / Tammuz 24, 5774

Receiving and Decreeing Your Identity

“I will declare the decree: the Lord has said to Me, ‘You are My Son, today I have begotten You. Ask of Me, and I will give You the nations for Your inheritance,and the ends of the earth for Your possession’” (Ps. 2:7–8).

We were so blessed by our two-day conference with Dale and LuAnne Mast. Dale has always been one of the most prophetic people I know, but in these past few years he has entered into deep revelation about the ways of God. He spoke about our identity as believers. It was so timely, especially since the Lord recently spoke (at Homecoming in Okinawa) about Japan being forgiven and healed, as well as rising into its true identity.

The above psalm is Messianic and does refer to Jesus. However, David originally wrote it because of what he himself experienced. One day he realized that he was a son of God. He knew in his spirit that God was speaking the truth of sonship to him. It would be like being born again and filled with the Holy Spirit. From that time, David’s identity shifted. He knew he was called to be king of Israel, but when he saw that he was truly God’s son he was enabled to fulfill his calling.

This is the same for us. We are God’s children, and we must know our identity. We must acknowledge and hear His declaration that we are truly His children. Dale’s teachings were very timely. A brief summary is as follows:

  • We have to declare, “I am His son/daughter.” Declare it daily for a period of time.
  • Unless we know our identity, we probably won’t ask for the big things of God that we should ask for. He said, “Ask of Me” (vs 8).
  • He is waiting for us to to ask Him for our cities, regions, and nations.
  • In other words, His giving Japan to us hinges on our identity as sons. This is essential for Japan to rise into its new identity.

Dancing as a Sign of Healing Rejection

Last night there was some incredible dancing during the praise. Later during the ministry time, one woman just danced and danced. As we discussed it today, we realized it was a sign of healing. Specifically, there is a healing of shame and rejection. Don’t be surprised if the Lord leads you to dance. It’s for healing of shame, condemnation, and rejection!

The videos from the conference may be seen at

Thanks for praying.

Ron and Teddy Sawka