Thursday, July 01, 2010
By Scott Phillips
In Him By Him Through Him
Manifestation follows Preparation
I can see it. Standing there in his striking appearance, standing there by the Jordan, like a reed shaken in the wind, he stood there proclaiming truth, the coming of truth. As his faith reached toward heaven and his spirit seemed as it were a flaming fire, truth was proclaimed in the ears of those that were there. A day of decision had arrived for some, a day that destiny would claim another soul to participate in the grand plan. Some walked away wondering why so much fuss, others wondering what the big deal was, but some were impacted to the greatest degree. Can you not see this wild-eyed preacher in the wilderness as he proclaimed, "REPENT, for the Kingdom of God is at Hand!"
This voice crying in the wilderness is repeated over and over across
the world in pulpits, parking lots and places of commerce even
today. The ministry of preparation is still an important task that
must be done. There is a great call of repentance much like it was
in the Days of John the Baptist, a call that can be heard in the
hearts and minds of all. A draw and call for all to repent, to the
saint to repent for their lack of concern and urgency and to the
preacher to renew his commitment and concern for the responsibility
that has been committed into his hands. Repent!
If we have ever been able to see the culmination of events that
places us at a distinct vantage point in which to view Bible
Prophecy, we are there right now. That being the case, we need to
prepare as never before, because the Kingdom of God in the greatest
reality ever to be known is at hand. As the New Jerusalem draws
closer, the Kingdom of God that is established in the hearts of the
Church, we are seeing a coming together of God's plan as seen in the
heavens begin to be seen in greater clarity here on earth.
Unprecedented Revival and Harvest has, is and will be taking place
in the next few days, weeks, months and if the Lord tarries years.
Let us heed the message of John the Baptist, make straight paths to
walk in. If there ever was an hour for prayer it is now. If there
ever was a time for labour, it is Now. If there ever was a place
that needs to see the grace and power of God demonstrated is right
where you are.
God never has gone where there was no preparation. He has always had
someone that went and prepared the people and the City before his
work was seen. Always you will find preparation before the work of
God. If you won't to be apart of the coming manifestation, you
better get busy preparing the way, or he may not stop in your
family, Church, and City.
Prepare ye the Way of the Lord! Repent and Call everyone who you
have influence over to do the same. Lift up your voice, spare not,
for the Night is far spent, the day is at hand, let us therefore
shake off the works of darkness and put on the Armour of light!
The principle is preparation precedes manifestation. That being the
case, Calling all Saints, Ministers, Evangelist, Pastors, Prepare ye
the way, because an unprecedented manifestation of Gods' spirit is
being poured out on all flesh, from all areas of life, every culture
and every denomination.
Manifestation follows Preparation!
"Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his paths straight. Every
valley shall be filled, and every mountain and hill shall be brought
low; and the crooked shall be made straight, and the rough ways
shall be made smooth; And all flesh shall see the salvation of God."
In Him, By Him, Through Him,
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