There is a lot of talk about a new “Move” of God happening in this hour. I do agree that we are on the precipice of something awesome, but what matters most is how leaders treat others. An orphan mindset only seeks to serve itself while ostracizing others and devaluing who they are. God is not allowing the immature to lead in this hour. He is calling the unknowns out of their developmental training to display something that looks and sounds a whole lot like Love, with a capital “L”.
Every Christian wants to live in the freedom Christ died to give, but what they don’t want is to be controlled by a religious spirit. Often times when a believer has their eyes fully opened to the truth about the institutional system they make a knee jerk reaction out of pain and swing clear over into a false freedom called the lust of the flesh. They also have a tendency to sometimes lump Jesus in with the mix. This is where deception awaits. Can I just tell you that Jesus is not and never was the problem. Religion as a whole is the problem. Listen in for more of our story and some insight into this broad topic.
This will undue you when you read it and picture the reality of it! It will cause you to throw your arms around God full heartedly and encounter His amazing LOVE entangled with yours! -Amy <3
1 God of Heaven’s Armies, you find so much beauty in your people!
They’re like lovely sanctuaries of your presence.
2 Deep within me are these lovesick longings,
desires and daydreams of living in union with you.
When I’m near you my heart and my soul
will sing and worship with my joyful songs of you,
my true source and spring of life!
3 O Lord of Heaven’s Armies, my King and my God,
even the sparrows and swallows are welcome to build a nest
among your altars for the birds to raise their young.
4 What pleasure fills those who live every day in your temple,
enjoying you as they worship in your presence!
Pause in his presence Continue reading “Longing for God… Psalms 84 (tpt)”
So often in Christianity, we throw out the baby with the bathwater. It seems we’re so afraid of being deceived that we just throw it all out; “cleansing the temple” of everything, just to be “safe”. If we were living back in Jesus day, would we have been guilty of throwing Christ out then too, as a baby, just because he didn’t come the way we thought or were programmed to believe? Would we have been like the Pharisee with our small boxed heads of belief and limit God’s ability and wisdom to do something different? Would we have rejected Christ as unclean, and not a King because He wasn’t born within the four walls of our belief?