Written by: Gleaming Dreamers Magazine

K.I.S.H. Magazine Exclusive Interview with Prophetess Ronisha Williams

This has become my ultimate dream because nothing else matters outside of a true relationship and intimacy with God. My dream will benefit me by seeing through the lens and hearing through the ears of God. Having His heart will help me execute everything He has called me to do in an excellent way. It keeps me from having a form of godliness and being religious. Without a relationship with God what I do is pointless because it birth no change or approval that I belong to Him. This also benefits me because it keeps me moving and flowing in the frequency of heaven. It keeps me in tune, in alignment so that I continuously birth every dream through God. This is the only way to be in tune with what others around me are going through and be the solution God needs at any given moment.

My dream will benefit others because it will be followed by signs, notable miracles and transformation in the lives encountered by me through Christ. I have seen God do more with seeking first His kingdom and righteousness than focusing on what’s popular or the status quo. The benefit to others as I live out my dream is that lives will be changed and God will be glorified. My dream is to truly see revival and the earth filled with the knowledge of the glory of God. So many have experienced so much loss, hardship and pain that people need God for real. My hope and dream is to see the manifestation of the sons of God and souls awakened, healed, delivered and set free. It’s one thing to have a dream, it’s another to have the voice of God and heavens backing with your dreams. It becomes tangible to the people. This is why over everything my dream is birthing the reality of Christ. This is what’s beneficial to people that I encounter. This is what brings them into a true encounter with God and this is what transforms lives. This is my dream.

KISH:Who or what inspired you to pursue this dream?

Prophetess Ronisha: My experience with life, church and pain inspired me to pursue my dream and not stop until it is fulfilled. Being paralyzed fighting for my life and destiny birthed a passion in me to see people truly encounter God. Being pushed to the back, ostracized, spiritually misdiagnosed it caused me to fight and be drawn to those rejected, broken and misunderstood. When I was sick I flatlined one time and during this time my heart was filled with rage, bitterness, anger, unforgiveness etc. When I flatlined I remember it was pitch black and I was falling on my way to hell. It was horrible because I could feel the intensity of everything in my heart a 1,000 times more. Thank God He gave me a second chance. This is why I pursue my dreams the way I do so others can be made whole. The condition of your heart matters and I’m determined to be the living vessel that helps others be free too.

KISH: What challenges have you encountered while pursuing your dream?

I faced many challenges while pursuing my dreams from setbacks with my health to having miscarriages with my babies. Until God who completely healed my body recently I had to be careful with everything I did including ministry engagements. I used to cry out like God when because I longed to do the work of the Lord without restrictions with my lungs and ICU stays. I was intubated over 58 times so I needed God to completely heal me and this year 2021 He did. Through it all I pressed through every barrier, set back, let down and disappointment. I knew God was bigger and one day the promise He gave me would be fulfilled. It took losing my baby in October of 2020 to land me in the greatest breakthrough of my life. I can’t even explain how my life is shifting and God is being glorified. Each challenge in pursuing my dreams brought me closer to God and it quickened my faith to another level in Him. Even the way God executes His will through my dreams it’s mind blowing and supernatural. I owe God my all and I’m so grateful for every challenge because it birth greater. I’m a firm believer of this very scripture 8:28 “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.” Romans‬ 8:28‬ KJV‬‬‬‬‬‬

All things have worked together for my good. I had to keep pressing to see the good of everything I’ve been through, to see the good in my dreams. I had to push through in order to help someone push through. I had to press through so that my life can show forth the promise and Glory of God.

KISH: Who or what inspired you to keep pushing regardless of the challenges you’ve encountered?

Prophetess Ronisha: I can say my family and knowing I never wanted anyone to experience or go through the hardship that I did this inspired me to keep going. I knew God had a plan for my life and that I couldn’t stop at the roadblocks. My life was on display all for the glory of God. I had to keep pushing because of my desire to see others free. I had to keep going because I had my kids looking up to me. I couldn’t stop even at times I wanted to, yet I remember the charge God gave me. The longer I remain in that state or condition the cry of those locked in my belly remains. I had to push through. I also pushed through because my deepest desire was to be made whole. I never wanted to lead while bleeding because I saw what it can do to people. As many people you can help heal you can hurt. I didn’t want that. Then my husband has been my inspiration because he believed in me when no one else did. He pushed me, had faith that God was going to do it and that kept me going. I thank God for my husband and my kids.

KISH: Please provide final thoughts/advice for others by finishing this sentence… dream.

Prophetes Ronisha:

Dreams are God given, divine in nature, they are given for a purpose that’s beyond you. Never measure your dreams by your inability to see who you are. While birthing your dreams it’s imperative that you have a I won’t give up in your spirit. You have to pursue your God given dreams without conditions and learn to live above the offense in life while walking out your dreams. Challenges will come but if you learn that each challenge is preparing you and equipping you, you will press through them no matter how hard they seem. I felt like my life was over when I was paralyzed because I even lost my ability to formulate words. I had to find purpose in the pain and destiny through the drought. It was all part of God’s master plan for His me. God never folded on His promises for my life. He will never fold on you. Your dreams are bigger than you, they are not just for you, but those called to you. No matter the mountain top or valley low, keep pushing and keep pursuing your dreams because it’s an unlocking for someone else. And I always say despise not small beginnings, it’s not how you start but how you finish. Remember Phil 1:6 “Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ: ”Philippians‬ 1:6‬ KJV‬‬‬‬‬‬

You have to be confident in this very thing: your dream is good work and God will continue to complete it in you. So be confident in what you carry and never compare yourself to the next you were fearfully and wonderfully made. Only you can be you and we need the you God created and the dreams He graced you with to move authentically through you. This last thing in this hour as you walk out and execute your dreams remember this one thing Mathew 5:8 “Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God.”Matthew‬ 5:8‬ KJV‬‬‬‬‬‬

Your dreams must be authenticated by God and flowing from a pure place in Him. Remain pure, stay before God and keep your relationship with Him first outside of this it’s meaningless. It was only in this place that I began to truly see God.

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Last modified: April 19, 2021