1) My Role: How to Share What I Know (Accept Your Role: This Just Got Real)

This post is the kickoff to the How Do I Share What I Know? series. If you haven’t read Enter (My) Mission, I encourage you to begin there as it will set the stage for the series. If you enjoy what you read, share it with others.

Begin with the brief video.

Click here: My Role: How to Share What I Know or the link below. Either will take you to the series article released on RaptureReady.com.

My Role: How to Share What I Know :: By Lisa Heaton

**To condense space, all site versions have been updated to include the RaptureReady.com article rather than the original post.

If you haven’t yet, you can check out the latest videos I’ve added to the site by going to the This Week in Review page. New material that I find informative will be provided there, so if you’ve already been through the Investigate tab, then you can read/watch new articles and videos without having to scour through the existing links.

Enter Mission – Next Phase of Daybreak


I’m excited to share with you the latest addition to the Daybreak.Team site. Enter Mission is now live and active. At the end of Daybreak, I challenged you to enter your own mission, to find your voice and share what you know with others. What I hear most from readers who are new to this last-days topic is that they don’t know where to begin, what their particular role is, or how to share. I’ve lived with those same questions and want to share my own experiences and insights as the Lord has led me to embrace my own unique role. 

Much is yet to come on the Enter Mission page, but this is our beginning place, the time we choose to step into our role in this last-days world and onto our training ground in order to prepare. (See excerpt from the intro to Enter Mission below.)

Within the Enter Mission section, you will find additional topics to explore:

  • Training Ground will lead you to a series of writings that will encourage and help you find your role and live it out. The first installment of this weekly/biweekly series will be available in early February. To receive notifications when topics are published, sign up here

Site locations coming soon:

  • Prepare offers suggestions on how to prepare your home and family for the tumultuous times ahead.
  • Sanctuary provides ideas of how to reach forward into the coming tribulation with provisions for the left behind.

Enter Mission

“Enter mission means there is a choice set before you: to make an impact or to remain in the sameness of the life you’ve known–to blaze or to fizzle. You either shine the Light or enable the darkness. You speak out in faith or sleep on in silence.” – Daybreak, Enter Mission

Nothing about entering into your Daybreak mission, walking as a child of Light and exposing darkness, may seem easy, and in your own power it isn’t. As a matter of fact, whatever God has for you in the months or even years to come if He tarries, will be flat out impossible if you’re trying to do it in and by your own strength and power. I don’t know what your specific role is in our collective mission of warning the lost and waking the found, but I know it’s bigger than you. Mine is bigger than me. I just expressed the next phase of a project I’m working on in this way: God has given a Goliath-sized task to some David-sized people. We’re all David sized compared to what’s going on in this world. Isn’t it a relief to know that God is on your David-sized side?

You know what it takes to do big things like slaying a giant? You just have to have a David-sized heart for God, a heart that says yes even before you know what He’s asking of you. Will you do that, say yes? Read More

Additional resources have been added to the Daybreak.Team site. If you haven’t visited yet, here are a few quick links to get you started:

Free Book Download – If you want to share Daybreak with your friends, visit this link, copy the site address at the top, and email it to your contacts.

Rapture – This page provides links to some of the most trustworthy voices to help you learn more about the rapture if you’re unfamiliar with the topic.

Israel – Learn how Israel is the time clock to our last-days prophecy interpretations. By watching Israel, we see prophecies now being fulfilled.

Investigate – If you need to view the evidence that points to the soon return of Jesus, you will find videos, articles, and sites to read more on the Antichrist, the already-emerging one-world government, one-world economy, and one-world religion.

Virus – This section provides links to the experts, doctors, and world-renowned virologists, in areas such as: masks, PCR testing, immune support, withheld medications, etc.

Vaxx – Here you will find “vaccination” information that is being censored from mainstream and social media.

The Peace of Jesus

This blog isn’t at all what I envisioned. I just returned from a weeklong trip to northern Minnesota, a nineteen-hour journey from the Nashville area. I had a lot of time to plot and strategize on the drive there and back. My main goal when I returned home was to “hit it hard”, meaning that I intended to let loose with both barrels on this site, to expose darkness.

That is how it often works, me planning and God laughing as He totally alters my course. Instead of the both barrels being unloaded, I instead offer a message of peace and surrender, not of battle. Don’t get me wrong. We’re in a battle alright and unable to let down our guard. Still, while we celebrate the season and focus on the fact that God came in the flesh, Immanuel, God with us, we also need to seek His peace in our lives. It takes a concerted effort to allow Peace to reign supreme when the world is pulling us a dozen different directions, even good, family-focused directions.

Besides the busyness of the season, it’s easy to keep our minds trained on the darkness surrounding us to the extent that we fail to narrow in on the soon-coming Light. That’s something I address in Daybreak, the fact that we must fix our eyes on Jesus more than the rising darkness. Christmas allows us to do just that, an opportunity to stand in awe that Jesus came as a baby to save those who would accept His offer of forgiveness. It’s also the perfect time to remind one another that He’s coming again to rescue those who are His. Love comes for the beloved.

Right now, in this season when many are usually open to hearing the name of Jesus, those who most of the year aren’t, let them find you as His ambassador of peace rather than one of hostility. My both barrels in this season will never show unbelievers the peace I know in my walk with Jesus. 

Do I shy away from telling the truth? Absolutely not. I was able to speak truth to someone while on my trip. It didn’t seem to do much good, but there’s no way I can know the outcome or how the Spirit might work in the hardened heart beating in that unsaved soul. What I do know is this: That person saw me as someone who came in peace, someone who came in love. I know those two things were more faithful witnesses and landed a more solid impact than two barrels would have.

The holiday will soon pass, and I will cock my gun and begin to fire, reload, and fire again. When I do, I need to ensure others see Him in me even when I do hit them with the impact of the hard truth of where we are on the kingdom calendar. Will you pray that for me and for you? We are of no use to the kingdom if we present ourselves as ambassadors of this world. While speaking to a Christian group in Minnesota last week, I told them something I’ve found as a sad truth these past years. Christians often give Christians a bad name. I know I have. I’m sure you have. May we no longer be any witness but one who bears witness to the real Jesus, the One who loves enough to come, to die, and to rescue.

Blessings to you this Christmas. Fix your eyes on Jesus, knowing His eyes are fixed on you.

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