“Jeremiah, God’s trumpet, would be preserved as long as he did not yield to dismay. Jeremiah’s preparation included being mantled with the power of the Holy Spirit (Isaiah 11: 1-3) – Holiness. God constantly spoke His wisdom into Jeremiah releasing understanding of the past, current consequences, and future outcomes. His counsel strengthened Jeremiah. As Jeremiah experienced the Knowledge of God he grew in the fear of God. This “7-fold Spirit baptism” sustained Jeremiah as he pass through the trials of persecution, empowering him to see beyond the present circumstance, and what was the popular thought wrongfully fed to the masses. Jeremiah wasn’t created to cower.”
Maybe the disciples were not perfect every time in their support, but with what they had they stood with God!! Wow! For such a friendship they were given place at His Table.
“Opportunity for spiritual nacre to be released from the Christ within me was available to surround the intrusions. … The tumultuous changing tide of the nations was kissed by the betraying demonic tension brought on in attempt to “weary the saints.” This the backdrop of such a glorious church refined and manifesting in power.”
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.