“For though we walk in the flesh, we are not waging war according to the flesh. For the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds.”
We have to recognise spiritual warfare to enable ourselves to deal with its consequences and pull them out by the roots.
Those negativities that are of and in the world easily creep into us and the church, pulling us down into negativity and rejection mode. Causing us to forget what makes us unique and to live in the potential of who we are and our purpose.
God is releasing a new sound over us. His grace is for victory. He always has the solution for every crisis. We always have cause to worship Him for this and to step up the key into another octave, the one that He is singing over us and releasing to empower us.
What we worship we empower. We shift into a new level of notes in the sound that comes from Him not the drone that comes from the enemy.
His revelation is found in the new sound which has become clear and requires no hearing aid to decipher it.
The new sound is synchronised with His heart, a wave of the Spirit of hope, joy and victory.
Not tuned to the world’s controlled religious structure.
He releases a symphonic and harmonious sound to wash over the broken and release the gospel power.
He is raising up key notes of more revelation to occupy us with His Spirit and in so doing leaving no space for the discordant clamour of other spirit intrusions.
The spirit of rejection looses its foothold as the enemy sends his tsunami. The church anchored on truth and maturity will be a whole strength to cling on to.
A place of stability the world can turn to.
God’s cry to us therefore is to grow up, to be steadfast and whole resting in Him.
The identity of nations depends on being delivered from the enemies spirit of rejection, isolation and deception.
The time of comparing ourselves with others and feeling that we fall short is not how God sees us. It is not our identity. We don’t have to have approval and recognition to sense our worth. We know we each have value and worth in His eyes. We are His beloved children, we have our unique purpose which He will orchestrate as we rest and trust in Him in His wholeness
We have no need to be self driven for fear of being rejected.
Our ministry comes from our place of identity as a son or daughter, not our own striving.
We choose, we bless, we forgive we operate in His truth spoken over us and have faith in all that He promises.
Where we have been wounded we may need the humility to allow others to remove a barb and put a salve on for healing. We may have to stop being too busy. To allow time to be ministered to.
Freedom comes from the Spirit of God setting us free.
“I will never leave you nor forsake you.”
Our praise reaches a new octave when we accept and believe in God’s faithfulness and promises.
“Our God, from your sacred home you take care of orphans and protect widows. You find families for those who are lonely. You set prisoners free and let them prosper, but all who rebel will live in a scorching desert.”
The illustration shows the worship raising in a new octave synchronised with God’s symphony sung over us to deafen the drone of the enemy. The solution in this crisis the light emanating to push back the darkness.
Three Scriptures that come to mind :
“For though we walk in the flesh, we are not waging war according to the flesh. For the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds.” 2 Corinthians 10:3-4 ESV
“Keep your life free from love of money, and be content with what you have, for he has said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.” Hebrews 13:5 ESV
“Our God, from your sacred home you take care of orphans and protect widows. You find families for those who are lonely. You set prisoners free and let them prosper, but all who rebel will live in a scorching desert.” Psalms 68:5-6 CEV
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