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The earth is a place and the world is a system!

"God has given us the earth as our inheritance" - Matthew 5:5, Psalm 37:11, Psalm 37:22
"The earth is the Lords and the fullness thereof" - 1 Corinthians 10:26, Psalm 24:1

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Last modified on Thursday, 03 February 2011 18:06
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  • Comment Link Doug Johnson Sunday, 06 February 2011 18:53 posted by Doug Johnson

    Spiritual parents
    MATT 3:17 And lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased. In this verse Jesus had yet to perform any miracles. The Father was nevertheless giving love, identity, affirmation. All of us need someone to speak into our lives, to release words of affirmation. I believe there are many sons and daughter in the body that are looking to be adopted. Paul said we have many instructors yet not many fathers. I have had many foster or step parents in the kingdom, yet it is difficult to find true parents. 1 JN 2:13 we see 3 stages spoken to, fathers, children, and young men. We must first become sons and daughter before we can ever become parents. As we align ourselves with our parents in the faith it will bring affirmation and divine assignment to our lives. True spiritual parents are not interested in how one performs, but are interested in the heart. Psalms 142:4 I looked on my right hand, and beheld, but there was no man that would know me: refuge failed me; no man cared for my soul. We all desire someone to care for us. MAL 4:6 speaks of the hearts of the fathers and sons being turned toward each other. I write on this subject with great burden, I lost my spiritual father a year ago. Since this time I have been looking to be adopted. I believe the spirit of adoption is part of the reformation we so often talk about. A Father provides vision, strategy, protection and direction. Without the Father, generational production is not possible. As an apostolic people we must desire for the Spirit of fatherhood to be established for the effective production of Sons and daughters ( not relegated to gender). There is much to be said, revealed, and pondered concerning the subject of spiritual parents. My main point is the sons must seek out the fathers, and the fathers must embrace the sons in order to see this part of the restoration to take place. I have witnessed the effects of this principle in the natural in my home with my kids and grandkids. I have seen my kids reach greater levels at their age than I accomplished when I was that same age, it is redeeming a generation, and it brings joy to my heart. This is just a few thoughts on this. I could be wrong but I do not feel I am.

  • Comment Link Dyon Vosmer Saturday, 05 February 2011 09:19 posted by Dyon Vosmer

    Well that leaves me with saying that we need to take heed of the fact that we need to maintain and preserve the earth and be good stewards of it. We must tend our garden-being the earth. We need to make sure that we are not wasting anything and or throwing it to waist. We all want to live clean and healthy-so we all need to make sure that we are taking responsibility in making this earth a saver, better, cleaner, healthier place to live in-on. Healthy people - Healthy Ministry!!

  • Comment Link Tony L Smith Friday, 04 February 2011 12:23 posted by Tony L Smith

    Awesome revelation, really has helped me put thoughts in right order.
    Really enjoyed AWC in Macon. All lot of confirmation and empowerment.
    The 'soup kithchen' thought must have triggered something in me. within a few days i wrote an article about seeing Jesus in the Lotto line

  • Comment Link Ap. Dave Thursday, 03 February 2011 18:05 posted by Ap. Dave

    We must be accurate and authentic to scriptural pattern with out being primitive. The challenge then is to be progressive without diluting or corrupting the pure principles of what the Word is communicating. There is a delicate balance between being freed from and being freed to. The empowerment of Holy Spirit to the Church remains the same it is now our resposibility to remain as sensitive and obedient to His voice as they were. Jesus said " My sheep know My voice"

  • Comment Link Doug Johnson Thursday, 03 February 2011 18:04 posted by Doug Johnson

    I realy enjoyed the webstream last night, I did not get to focus well because in the middle of it my daughter brought my grandaughter over for me to pray for, she had symptoms of strep throat so I became very occupied, However I heard apostle Dave talk about what the first Adam lost through Eve, the last Adam (Jesus) regained for his Eve (bride). I loved this and have focused on it all day. It goes back to the first great commission GEN 1:28, we are to be fruitful, multiply, replenish, subdue, and have dominion. What was lost at Eden, we now have.

  • Comment Link Deborah Viljoen Thursday, 03 February 2011 18:03 posted by Deborah Viljoen

    My heart cries out passionately to see the Church arise an be all that her head intends her to be! The scripture speaks of the earth crying out to see the revealing of the sons of God. I know that we all agree that is the time for the "revealing", the "manifesting", the "demonstration" of the "manifest" sons of God. All of the above speak of ACTION, MANIFESTATION, WITNESS!! So like has already been mentioned in the blog, we have to align!! Imagine for a moment that you have a diagram on a page and then you have a transparency with the same diagram on it and you are laying the transparency over the document. You push, shift and adjust until the lines on the transparency exactly overlay the image below. Well Christ is the IMAGE, LIKENESS that we are to directly, exactly duplicate and overlay, so that when you look at the two together they appear as one!! We are to MANIFEST CHRIST IN THE EARTH!!! We are to BEcome HIS WILL IN THE EARTH!!

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