Ur ett profetiskt ord för 2009:
"To be carriers of His glory, requires that we rise and shine with His glory that reveals His image and likeness. It is through our everyday life’s experiences that God uses as the means to take us from “glory to glory” by the working of the Holy Spirit in our lives. The purpose of change is to bring us closer to the Lord, which of course involves a process. Although the process of change is most often difficult, it is well worth it as the results is more of God in our midst and personal life and ministry. That’s our quest, more of Him!
The apostle Paul tells us that it is by many trials and tribulations that we enter into the Kingdom of God. I interpret this to mean, “As you overcome your trials, you will be given more Kingdom power and authority.” Every trial and tribulation, every circumstance and situation, is our golden opportunity to become more Christ like.
How long we stay in the wilderness being embittered by life’s battles, wounded by those that have hurt us, suffering from rejection by those who have misunderstood us, harboring envy and jealousy, creating divisions and strife in the body of Christ, will keep one from living the life of an overcomer in Christ. We cannot possess the Promise Land until we are first possessed by Christ. We cannot be carriers of His glory until we have His divine nature, which reveals His glory. The purpose of the wilderness journey is given to us in Deuteronomy 8:2,
- To humble you
- To prove you
- To know what is in your heart
Those who overcome will inherit the promise given to us in Deut. 8:8, “A land of wheat, and barley and vines, and fig trees, and pomegranates; and land of oil and honey.
The exodus from Egypt to the Promise Land is a journey that every believer must take. The time that it takes to enter into the Promise Land to where they are not only overcomes in Christ, but taking the land and possessing in, depends upon their response to conform to His ways. I see this Exodus as a continual flow of people coming out of the wilderness. This is not a onetime event, but the call of every believer. It is never too late for a Christian to give up the old to come into the new.
The apostle Paul tells us that it is by many trials and tribulations that we enter into the Kingdom of God. I interpret this to mean, “As you overcome your trials, you will be given more Kingdom power and authority.” Every trial and tribulation, every circumstance and situation, is our golden opportunity to become more Christ like."
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