Category: Seek He who is Christ
Micah differentiates between the righteous acts of God and the rebellious acts of humankind; offering an act of repentance, setting God’s people back onto the trajectory of righteousness.
When we plead the blood of Jesus, when we break the bread, we open the way to the Tree of Life principalities SEE again the cross. They see their defeat on the cross. They see the penalty paid, which has set God’s people free.
Many causes, organizations, and ministries with the intent to “stand up” for a people group, rightly seek to defend those who sense and/or experience rejection, hatred, and danger against themselves and their race. Their determination to implement the measuring line of justice carries with it a righteous motive. However, When we have dishonored His name and all that His name is, how can we expect unity to dwell among the ethnos? For every ethnos created bears a representation of His name. To honor His name is to love Him. To love Him is to fear Him. To fear Him is to love. To love is to walk in love. To love is to walk in His ways – those ways in which the sound of His names echo.
The spirit of the United States and every nation of the world is in need of us to courageously accept God’s river of government.
It is in receiving God’s kindness through repentance that sight given reveals the Door. In receiving the One who stands at the door we are accepting the invitation to dine with the resurrected Christ. Such a supper empowers our God-given positions and posturing as watchmen/women priests on Nehemiah’s Wall, and as noblewomen/men in the courts of our King.
“Course correction begins by turning away from the vibrations of the public place and from the facilitator of worldly realms, which enables an internal recalibration of sound and power with the heavenly realm.”
Many have despised the act and value of judgment due to the misinformation of what wise judgment is. Amateur “judging” often laced with accusation causes the invaluable gift of judgment to be shelved by those offended, or by those wrongfully taught.
This is what He said. “I was hungry, and you fed me.”
How do you walk in a land paved with the soul blood of God’s champions? Tears spilled. Feeling the gift of life beneath the earth, the soles of my feet struggled. It was as if the “shoes shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace” which I was wearing in the Spirit, were alive and aware of the gospel proclaimed by those whose blood was shed.
Dressed in His white robe, He moved through these ripened fields with extreme ecstasy. The Bridegroom King was passing through His fields. He was visiting His future family.