Fast from wrong thinking: “It’s Hard to Wake Up with Enthusiasm and Optimism.”

Today we’re fasting from the thought that says, “It’s hard to wake up with enthusiasm and optimism.”


1. Expect to wake up with MORE than you went to bed with.
Psalm 127:2 (NASB) says, "He GIVES TO HIS BELOVED even in their sleep." You are His beloved. (Ephesians 1:6) Expect!

2. Look forward, not backward. (Philippians 3:13) Forget how boring or depressing your past few days, weeks, or months have been. TODAY has NOTHING to do with yesterday! He makes ALL things new.

3. Believe THIS promise, Psalm 118:24, "THIS is the day the Lord has made. I will rejoice and be glad in it."

4. It is He who awakens you. (Isaiah 50:4) It’s not your alarm, the daylight, your sleeplessness, or your body clock. It’s God who awakens you. He’s got something GREAT planned for you today! Thank Him.

5. Expect to hear the voice of God. Jesus said, "My sheep hear My voice." He wants to speak an AMAZING word to you when you wake. (Isaiah 50:4)


I wake up each day EXPECTING God to speak to me. It is He who awakens me, because He wants to do something amazing in my life. I am His beloved, and I have MORE this day than I did when I went to bed. No matter how good or bad yesterday was, this is MY day, and I rejoice in it, in Jesus’ Name!

Source: Fast from wrong thinking


"God’s Call to Those in the Autumn Season of Life" Wanda Alger, Winchester, VA

     For the generation over fifty, the Lord wants to remind you that your age is your biggest asset and your journey has increased in such value that all of Heaven is now looking for you. Your age does not disqualify you from greatness. On the contrary, because of your faithful witness and consistent walk of faith, the Lord is now calling on you to help deliver nations.

The Commissions of Abraham, Moses & Noah

     “When Abram was ninety-nine years old the Lord appeared to Abram and said to him, ‘I am God Almighty; walk before Me, and be blameless (whole), that I may make My covenant between Me and you, and may multiply you greatly.'” (Genesis 17:1-2 ESV, emphasis mine)

     Father Abraham did not even begin to fulfill his divine commission until he was nearly 100 years old. All that had gone before him had been preparation for the plans and purposes of God in the autumn season of his life. Because of the immense weight of responsibility in birthing and discipling a nation, God needed someone He could trust. He needed someone who had already proven himself to be faithful – regardless of the cost. He needed someone who would obey Him, not because it was personally beneficial, but because it was the only choice worth making. Abraham had passed the test.

     Moses didn’t begin his commission until he was 80 years old (Exodus 7:7). He thought his assignment would come to fruition 40 years earlier, but he was not prepared. As it turned out, those 40 years of caring for sheep wasn’t God’s punishment for Moses’ failure in Egypt. It was God’s divine method of training his heart and molding his character for the true call on his life to set a nation free.

     Noah was over 500 years old when he fathered his sons and built the ark (Genesis 5:32). God saw that Noah was a “righteous man, blameless in his generation” (Genesis 6:9, 7:1). It was not some zealous, young champion that God chose to build the ark and steward an entire makeover of the earth’s population; it was an older man who was time-tested and prepared for the challenge. Not only did Noah prove to have the physical stamina for the work required, he lived another 300 years; long enough to see his legacy endure.

     Notice that the call on these three patriarchs was to work with the following generation so that God’s plan could succeed. Each of them was commissioned to work with their sons and those who followed them so that the promise of God would be fulfilled. Moses may not have had the grace to speak, but God provided him Aaron. Noah never could have built the ark on his own, so he enlisted his sons to help in the building and carry on the vision for generations following. Abraham raised his son, Isaac, to trust God with his life – literally – and it became the defining benchmark for those who walk by faith.

     Scripture reveals that these three men had already lived a full life, and they had favor with man and blessings from God. They could have easily gone into retirement and felt satisfied, but God had something much better in mind.

     Their lifetime of faithfulness had produced a priceless commodity – absolute confidence in God’s heart and unwavering trust in His plans. Regardless of the worldly reputation they had gained or any acquisition of goods, it was their heart after God that had been refined as gold through the furnace of affliction (Isaiah 48:10). It was their determination to persevere when tested and remain faithful when forgotten that would establish their names in Heaven as history makers.

“Wisdom Is with the Aged, & Understanding in Length of Days”

     This kind of faith is a sacred treasure that gains its value by being put through fire. It is of incalculable worth. Heaven is looking for the faithful Abrahams to pass this on to the next generation.

     The world tells us to stay young as long as possible. We often say, “I wish I were young again.” We need to change our perspective. Though there are certainly benefits and freedoms to having a younger physique, there is a wholeness of soul, mind, and spirit that only comes from a long life in God. It is this matured faith and fine-tuned perspective that is essential in building the faith of future generations.

     “Wisdom is with the aged, and understanding in length of days.” (Job 12:12 ESV)

     If you wonder why you don’t have the same passion or zeal you once did, there’s a reason. The grace on your life has changed and God is now asking you to mentor others who can carry the vision to completion. There are sons and daughters ready and willing to pick up the cause and run with it. They just need wisdom to guide the way and fathers and mothers to walk with.

     Because of the cultural shifts that need to take place and the generational patterns that must be transformed across the earth, it’s going to take a three-fold generational partnership to see it happen.

     The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob establishes His people through intergenerational relationships. The call of Abraham is to equip, empower, and encourage the coming generations of Isaac and Jacob so that the entire household can be established.

     Now is not the time to kick back, but to step up. I believe those who are over fifty have actually gotten better over time, and the fine wine that has been aging within us is about to be released.

“Birthed in Joy”

     My middle name is Joy, and it was prophesied over me many times that in my “later years” I would have much joy. It struck me recently how Sarah reacted to her call when she was in her later years. Having given up on her life-long dream of bearing a child, she was now told that she would birth a son. What was her response?

     “So Sarah laughed to herself, saying, ‘After I am worn out, and my lord is old, shall I have pleasure?'” (Genesis 18:12)

     I can totally relate! She said she was simply “worn out and old”! However, not only did she see God’s promise fulfilled, the son she birthed was called “he laughs” (Genesis 21:3). Isaac was birthed in JOY. Not only did he bring his mother great joy, his life produced another generation that would fulfill the covenant promise given to Abraham and change the course of history.

     I believe the new wine of the Spirit that is coming upon the earth is partially dependent on the generation of Abraham answering this call from Heaven. In this autumn season, there is a convergence of generations and grace to be apprehended that can bring great breakthrough. The biological clock is irrelevant to those who have yet to see their promises fulfilled.

Be full of JOY because I believe revival is about to be birthed through YOU!

Wanda Alger

Wanda Alger is a field correspondent and writer with Intercessors for America and has contributed to numerous online publications such as Christian Post, Charisma, and Spirit Fuel. She is a recognized five-fold prophetic minister with DOVE USA and is the author of several books including, “Oracles of Grace: Building a Legacy of Wisdom and Revelation.” She and her husband, Bobby, pastor full-time in Winchester, Virginia.


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"A Time of Speaking Clearly to See Clearly" Amanda Crabb, Hendersonville, TN

     There is a decade shift upon us. According to the Hebrew calendar, we have been in the decade of the Ayin. “Ayin” is the 16th letter in the Hebraic alphabet. It has a numerical value of 70 and is associated with the “eye” or “to see.”

     For the last 10 years we have been in a season of vision casting. God has allowed His people to set their eyes and establish their vision upon Him and His plans for the future. Habakkuk 2:2, 3 says, “…Write the vision and make it plain on tablets…Though it tarries, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry.”

     There are many of us who would say that we have journals full of visions and dreams, but we haven’t seen them come into the fullness of time yet. Although we have seen a lot happen in the last 10 years, there is a divine shift upon us now.

     On September 29 at sundown (Rosh Hashanah), we moved into the Jewish year 5780. “Pey,” in Hebrew, is the 17th letter in the alphabet. It has a numerical value of 80 and is related to “the mouth” or “speaking.”

Speak Clearly to See Clearly

     I heard the Lord say that in order to see clearly in 20/20, we must speak clearly. We shall have whatever we are speaking in this coming season. If we are decreeing and declaring His promises over our lives, that is what we will have!

     Our natural vision cannot change unless our words do first. Mark 11:24 says that whatever we ask in prayer, BELIEVING, we shall receive it!

     It is time for the Body of Christ to guard the mouth gate. If it doesn’t line up with His Word, we don’t need to speak it. As leaders, and seasoned Christians, we are being called out of leading from our emotions to leading from His Word, His presence and His Spirit.

     Our eyes are about to behold some amazing things, but all of this has first been seen in our secret place. Amos 3:7 says, “Surely the Lord God does nothing, unless He reveals His secret to His servants and prophets.”

     So the question is, have you written it down? Have you been in the secret place of the most high God? It is time to start speaking life over what God has shown you in secret. It is time for the Bride to boldly decree a thing! As we take the time and call our hearts into alignment, our words will follow! Matthew 12:34 says, “…out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.”

     Start preparing your body for His temple dwelling. He is asking His Bride to open her mouth wide and He will fill it.

A “Chuppah” for the Bride

     I prophetically heard that the next 10 years of ministry are crucial. There is a “chuppah” coming over His Bride. “Chuppah,” in Hebrew, is a canopy or a chamber.

     Isaiah 4:5-6, “Then the Lord will create above every dwelling place of Mount Zion, and above her assemblies, a cloud and smoke by day and the shining of a flaming fire by night. For over all the glory there will be a covering. And there will be a tabernacle for shade in the daytime from heat, for a place of refuge, and for a shelter from storm and rain.”

     Joel 2:16 says, “Gather the people, sanctify the congregation, assemble the elders, gather the children, and those that suck the breasts: let the bridegroom go forth from his chamber, and the bride out of her closet.”

     We are entering into a season where God Almighty will be our canopy and His Bride is coming out of the closet.

     In times of war, armed forces have often set up tents that match the ground they are on; that way, if the enemy should fly over them, they won’t be seen from an aerial view point. Ephesians 2:2 refers to satan as the “ruler” and “prince of the air.”

     There will be a people rising who will not fear becoming a casualty of war when they speak God’s Word. So much of the Church has remained in a “closet” position, but we are moving into a season of coming out! As the Bride rises to the occasion to minister effectively and boldly for His Kingdom cause, the Lord Almighty Himself will be our shield, our defense, our chuppah!

     Matthew 6:6, “But you, when you pray, enter into your closet, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father which is in secret; and your Father which sees in secret shall reward you openly.”

     This isn’t a time to forsake the secret place, it’s a time when whatever is instructed there will be brought out into the open. What is spoken in private will be declared from the rooftop!

     Get ready to be a WITNESS for the greatest harvest of souls the Church has ever seen! In Isaiah chapter 6, Isaiah desired to have his mouth cleansed in order to be God’s mouthpiece. May we ask the Holy Spirit to do the cleansing work that only He can do, so we can come out of our secret place and declare effective truth in this “Now” season!

Amanda Crabb
Restoring Hope Church


Amanda Crabb has a heart that yearns to see the hopeless become hopeful once again, the bound be set free, and those who have lost their way find their divine destiny through Jesus Christ. She ministers from a place of experience and love, longing to help those who are hungering and thirsting for more of Him, and to reach those who need the Master’s touch. Amanda Crabb married the love of her life, Aaron, in October of 2001. God has richly blessed their ministry and touched the lives of millions in the process. Amanda and Aaron pastor Restoring Hope Church in Hendersonville, TN. Her greatest joy comes from her four children: Elijah David, Eva Lynn, Ean William and Eda Beth.


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Fast from wrong thinking: “Things Just Aren’t Working Out for Me.”

Today we’re fasting from the thought that says, "Things just aren’t working out for me."

This is a crippling mind-set that leaves us hopeless.


1. ALL THINGS work together for your good. (Romans 8:28) Even the things that don’t seem to be working out are working for you, as you love God and are called.

2. Know that you’re called. You are called to conquer. (Romans 8:37–38) You’re called to fulfill God’s purpose.

3. Just give it a minute! 2 Corinthians 4:17 says, "This light affliction, which is only FOR A MOMENT, is working for you a far greater outcome." The thing that doesn’t seem to be working out is momentary; it’s going to change.

4. Focus on what IS working, rather than on what’s NOT working. God is working IN you. (Philippians 2:12)

5. Expect a better door to open.
He makes a way where there is no way. (Isaiah 43:19) He opens the doors that no one can close. (Revelation 3:8)


All things are working together for my good, because God loves me and I love Him. I am called to fulfill His purpose, and I will. What seems to be against me is temporary. It is changing. God is at work in me, and He is opening doors that no one can close, in Jesus’ Name!

Source: Fast from wrong thinking

"4 Ways to Stay Continually Filled and Overflowing in the Holy Spirit" Che Ahn, Pasadena, CA

     Imagine you are one of the 12 disciples sitting with Jesus at the Last Supper. You have traveled with Him for over three years, enjoying close fellowship with Him and witnessing a multitude of miracles and unprecedented teachings. All of a sudden, He tells you that He is about to leave the earth and asserts that you will be better off if He goes. You might naturally ask the disciple next to you, “What in the world is He talking about?”

     Jesus affirmed to His disciples, “…[Y]our hearts are filled with sadness because I’ve told you these things. But here’s the truth: It’s to your advantage that I go away, for if I don’t go away the Divine Encourager will not be released to you. But after I depart, I will send Him to you. And when He comes, He will expose sin and prove that the world is wrong about God’s righteousness and His judgments” (John 16:6-8 TPT).

     The truth of the matter is that it is “to your advantage” that Jesus returned to His Father – because you need the Holy Spirit to be your Divine Encourager! The Holy Spirit is the greatest gift to the Church next to the gift of salvation. He is the third Person of the Trinity and God Himself. I often say, “The presence of the Holy Spirit is not just the icing on the cake – it is the cake!

     If you are born again, there is no doubt that you have the Holy Spirit within you (see Romans 8:9). Yet there is something more for Believers to embrace: the power of the Holy Spirit. Jesus promised in Acts 1:8, “But I promise you this – the Holy Spirit will come upon you and you will be filled with power. And you will be My messengers to Jerusalem, throughout Judea, the distant provinces – even to the remotest places on Earth!”

Receiving the Power

     Throughout the history of the Church, many great generals in God’s army were able to identify a distinct experience when they received the power of God. And this experience was what propelled them into greater levels of fruitfulness and effectiveness in ministering to others.

     This type of encounter has been described in many different terms, such as being “baptized in the Holy Spirit,” receiving the “gift of the Holy Spirit” or being “filled with the Holy Spirit.” Regardless of which term you use, these men and women of God definitely received the same thing: the power of the Holy Spirit.

     I am emphasizing a distinct experience here because there seems to be a pattern with this taking place after a person’s conversion. Of course, I believe the two encounters could happen simultaneously (see Acts 10), but testimonies tend to show that this infilling of the Holy Spirit comes as a distinct encounter following a Believer’s conversion.

     The beautiful thing about the Holy Spirit is that God wants you to be filled often. I have said that there is one baptism of the Holy Spirit, but there are many fillings with the same Holy Spirit.

     The apostle Paul exhorts in Ephesians 5:18, “And don’t get drunk with wine, which is rebellion; instead be filled with the fullness of the Holy Spirit.” In the Greek text, the word for “be filled” is actually in the continuous present tense, giving the verse the meaning, “Be continually filled with the fullness of the Holy Spirit.”

     Each encounter with the Holy Spirit is unique and powerful in its own right. After Jesus was baptized in the Jordan River, He received the Holy Spirit as it descended on Him as gently as a dove (Matthew 3:16). On the Day of Pentecost, the disciples received the Holy Spirit with amazing manifestations:

     “Suddenly they heard the sound of a violent blast of wind rushing into the house from out of the heavenly realm. The roar of the wind was so overpowering it was all anyone could bear! Then all at once a pillar of fire appeared before their eyes. It separated into tongues of fire that engulfed each one of them. They were all filled and equipped with the Holy Spirit and were inspired to speak in tongues – empowered by the Spirit to speak in languages they had never learned!” (Acts 2:2-4 TPT)

     Later in Acts, as the Church experienced persecution but responded by coming together in unified prayer, we see the Believers again being filled with the Holy Spirit. “At that moment the earth shook beneath them, causing the building they were in to tremble. Each one of them was filled with the Holy Spirit, and they proclaimed the Word of God with unrestrained boldness” (Acts 4:31 TPT).

     Even if you have received an infilling of the Spirit before, why not choose to receive more?

     God wants you to embrace the power of the Holy Spirit, which will help you walk in a more victorious, fruitful life as a Christ follower. Being filled with the Spirit will make you a blessing to those who do not yet have knowledge of Jesus. So, by faith, receive the power and fresh infilling of the Holy Spirit!

How to Live a Continuous Spirit-Filled Life

     Here are four practical ways that I have learned to stay continually filled with the Holy Spirit:

     1. Every day I make the decision to walk in obedience to God. Scripture tells us that God freely gives the Holy Spirit “to those who hear and obey Him” (Acts 5:32). Jesus said, “If you truly desire to be My disciple, you must disown your life completely, embrace My ‘Cross’ as your own, and surrender to My ways” (Luke 9:23 TPT).

     This is an attitude of the heart. We have the daily opportunity to offer our lives to God as “His sacred, living sacrifices” and to “live in holiness, experiencing all that delights His heart” (Romans 12:1 TPT). This is our authentic expression of worship.

     2. When I get up in the morning and later throughout my day, I have made it a daily habit to ask the Father to fill me afresh with the Holy Spirit. If we need to drink plenty of water on a daily basis to be healthy, how much more should we drink of the Holy Spirit by asking Him to fill us so we can stay spiritually sharp and healthy?

     Luke 11:13 says, “If imperfect parents know how to lovingly take care of their children and give them what they need, how much more will the perfect heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit’s fullness when His children ask Him.”

     So in faith, ask the Father to fill you, and by faith receive that infilling. “Ask, and the gift is yours. Seek, and you’ll discover. Knock, and the door will be opened for you.” (Matthew 7:7 TPT)

     3. I continually focus my eyes on the vision of a great revival and harvest. Keeping myself focused on the big picture gives me a holy dissatisfaction with the status quo. It helps me stay hungry for the more that God has for us. Jesus said, “How enriched you are when you crave righteousness! For you will be surrounded with fruitfulness” (Matthew 5:6 TPT).

     4. Finally, I am intentional about receiving impartation from others who are full of the Holy Spirit. I am a “God chaser,” and those whom He has anointed carry His glory. These may be people in your environment: your pastors or anointed, godly individuals in your church or city. If you find that you have a strong hunger for impartation, consider visiting another church, city or nation where a move of God is taking place. You may want to immerse yourself in a global revival hotspot, like China, India, Africa, Brazil and Indonesia.

     Each one of us was made to manifest the glory of God and host His presence. As we continue to desire more of God, honor the Holy Spirit, and surrender our hearts to Him, staying continually filled and overflowing in the Holy Spirit will be a natural and everyday occurrence for us.

Che Ahn
HRock Church


Che Ahn and his wife, Sue, are the Founding Pastors of HRock Church in Pasadena, California. Che serves as the Founder and President of Harvest International Ministry (HIM) and the International Chancellor of Wagner Leadership Institute (WLI). With a Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary, he has played a key role in many strategic outreaches on local, national and international levels. He has written more than a dozen books and travels extensively throughout the world, bringing apostolic insight with an impartation of renewal, healing and evangelism.


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"From Glory to Glory – God Is Changing the Atmosphere" Elaine Tavolacci, Staten Island, NY

     Several years ago, I was driving in my car with an elderly lady named Florence. She was a born again Believer but she wasn’t Holy Spirit filled. I had worship music playing, as I always do, and the presence of God began to fill the atmosphere. Florence was in awe at what she was experiencing, and I’ll never forget her words. She said, “I don’t know what is happening to me but it feels like the music is electric and it is going right through my body.”

     As the anointing continued to ascend, I explained to her that she was feeling the presence of God. The Holy Spirit wants to visit every one of us in our everyday lives. Many of you will begin to experience His manifest presence in your homes, your cars, your prayer times and in your dreams.

The Great Glory of God

     There were several instances in the Bible when the glory of God came into a room and the people were so overwhelmed that they were not able to even stand up. In 2 Chronicles chapter 5, the Ark of the Covenant was brought into Solomon’s temple. King Solomon and the entire assembly of Israel were before the ark, sacrificing so many sheep and cattle that they could not be recorded or counted. The priests sanctified themselves and were clothed in white linen. There were Levites, singers with cymbals, stringed instruments and harps, along with 120 priests sounding trumpets. But notice what happened in verse 13.

     When the trumpeters and singers were as one—making one sound to be heard through praising and thanking the Lord—when they lifted up their voices with the trumpets, cymbals and instruments of music, praising the Lord saying, “Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; for His mercy endures forever,” then the house of the Lord was filled with a cloud, and the priests could not continue ministering because of it; for the glory of the Lord filled the house of God.

     2 Chronicles 5:14, “So that the priests could not continue ministering because of the cloud; for the glory of the Lord filled the house of God.”

He Is Breathing on His Church Once Again

The Lord is about to visit us once again with His manifest presence. He is about to send His Shekinah glory. He is going to release His anointing in such a mighty way that whole congregations will be intoxicated when the Holy Spirit enters the room. There will be personal encounters as He meets with us in the secret place.

     Religious traditions will be annihilated in His glory, bondages will be broken and strongholds will be torn down. He will bring those of us who know Him to a greater level, and multitudes who don’t know Him will experience His awe.

     Haggai 2:9, “‘The glory of this present house will be greater than the glory of the former house,’ says the Lord Almighty. ‘And in this place I will grant peace,’ declares the Lord Almighty.”

     He will breathe upon the dry and barren places. Those who are spiritually dead will be raised and restored to new life. Those who are sick will be healed in His presence. Old wineskins will be renewed into new wineskins to hold the new wine.

     Don’t fear the unknown. Don’t resist His glory and don’t quench His Spirit. He will pour out His Spirit upon all flesh as churches and congregations receive this transition. They will receive a new and fresh outpouring. Shake off all spiritual lethargy and prepare your hearts for this spiritual awakening, as Jesus is about to reveal His glory to us in an unprecedented way.

     Acts 2:17-18, “And it shall come to pass in the last days, says God, that I will pour out of My Spirit on all flesh; your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your young men shall see visions, your old men shall dream dreams. And on My menservants and on My maidservants I will pour out My Spirit in those days; and they shall prophesy.”

Elaine Tavolacci
A Word in Season


Elaine Tavolacci resides in Staten Island, New York. She has been a student of the Word for twenty-nine years. She has a prophetic gift as well as a ministry of encouragement, which teaches the Body of Christ to walk in the fullness of what the Lord has called them to. She teaches others how to be overcomers in every area of their lives and understands the power and authority that Jesus has assigned to them. Her ministry, “A Word in Season,” has been an encouragement to others for nine years. She has learned the transforming power of the Word of God and encourages others that nothing is impossible with God.


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Fast from wrong thinking: “God and Money Don’t Mix.”

Today we’re fasting from the thought that says, “God and money don’t mix.”

Many people think that they have to choose if they are going to have more of God in their life, or more money and success in their life. The truth is, you can have both God and money, but you can’t SERVE both God and money.


1. Money is not evil. But the love of it is the root of all kinds of evil. (1 Timothy 6:10)

2. The love of money is not the same as HAVING money. The love of money is a distorted relationship with money. It’s being dependent upon it, rather than being dependent upon God.

3. Put God first. When you put God first in your life and in your finances, you’ll have plenty of both life and money. Proverbs 3:9–10 says, “Honor the Lord with your substance and the first . . . and your barns will be filled with plenty.”

4. Love God. There’s nothing that can fix MORE things in your life than these two simple words: Love God. (Matthew 22:37, 1 Corinthians 2:9)

5. Seek first the Kingdom of God. (Matthew 6:33) One meaning for the Greek word for kingdom here is: God’s way of doing things. Seek God’s way of handling your choices, your relationships, and your finances, AND THEN all the things you need will be added to you.


I love God because He first loved me. My relationship with Him is everything to me. I put Him first in my thoughts, my life, and my money. I choose to do things God’s way, and I expect my every need to be met by God. I choose to use money to advance God’s kingdom and His covenant in this earth, in Jesus’ Name!

Source: Fast from wrong thinking