InJesus Founder David Moore Talks about Repentance

Entering the Throne Room in Repentance

In the early 2000’s I owned a company called We were the largest Christian community online in the world with over 3000 ministries using us and 3.8 million people worldwide.

In 2008 I sold the company. I didn’t pray about it or seek God in it, it was purely a financial and business decision. I grieved for many years. Many prophets’ prophecies through the years would come back. I tried in the flesh, and it appeared there was not a chance that would happen.

In June of this year, God began to deal with me, “return to your first love.” I was under the conviction of the Holy Spirit that I have erected altars and set up idols before God. I had sacrificed to those idols, and inJesus was one of those sacrifices.

When the Lord showed me this, I entered the throne room in repentance. I turned to God my whole heart, tore down the altars, that I had erected, repented for the sacrifice, the selfishness, and for not keeping Him my first love. Francis Myles and Katie Souza were doing an online session much like this Master Class that I was watching. Katie said some of you will see God restore what you sacrificed as your repent and return to your first love.

Within 48 hours I received a call and was acquired. God is my first love and we are stewarding inJesus as it is His not mine. Someone on in this master class, as you press into what is being released is going to experience and receive relationships, businesses, ministries, and gifting, manifesting and returning that you had once sacrificed. They are coming back! Father is restoring right now what the enemy intended to steal, kill, and destroy. Dreams, destinies, and callings that were aborted are coming back to life.

Repentance is turning from where you are back to your first love for Him. Psalm 5:3 AMP:

“In the morning You hear my voice, O Lord; in the morning I prepare a [a prayer, a sacrifice] for You and watch and wait [for You to speak to my heart].”

In the Jerusalem Bible, it says,

“Yahweh, at daybreak you listen for my voice.”

You get that?

He is listening to hear YOUR voice! Amen, let Him hear your voice. Someone needs to hear this message of hope. All is not lost He is waiting to restore what was sacrificed or given away. He loves you so much. What He is doing for me, He is already begun for you. Glory to God!


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