We see what’s going on economically, and we hear what’s going on politically and militarily. Maybe you’re wondering, “What do I believe? What should I do?” Well, Paul told the Thessalonian church, “When they say peace and safety to you, beware. Sudden destruction will come upon them like travail upon a woman with child” (1 Thes 5:3)
What should we do? This is the time to seek God and to run after Him.
I was telling the Lord this last night several times as I woke up in the middle of the night, “I wanna see You move, God, the way that I’ve experienced in the past.” The things I’ve seen, the things that I’ve experienced, my heart LEAPS when I look back at those things.
The same thing with each and every one of us. Look at some of the things God has done. Look how He delivered you and set you free. See how He blessed and prospered you.
What Will You Do?
We hear about the revival that is going on at Asbury College in Kentucky, an incredible move of God. But, it’s not only happening there. It’s taking place all over the world. There are pockets of anointing here and pockets of anointing there.
Here’s the question for us: what are we willing to do to experience a real move of God?
In many ministries I know, at one time they did corporate prayer every week, praying, declaring, and decreeing what should go on in the nation and what should go on in the church. But, not anymore. What are we willing to do for our personal lives (family, home, etc), for our ministry, or for our jobs? To experience a move of God, what are we willing to sacrifice or give up?
Revival is Happening
Revival is in the world. It is happening. Restoration’s happening. Recovery’s happening. I want to be where it’s happening and where He’s doing everything that he promised.
In these uncertain times, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed and unsure of what to do. However, as lovers of Jesus, we are called to seek God and run after Him, especially in times of trouble. We must remember the power of God and the incredible things He has done in our lives and in the world. We should not settle for a stagnant faith or complacency, but instead, we must be willing to do whatever it takes to experience a real move of God. This includes prayer, fasting, surrendering our own desires, and seeking God’s will above all else.
Revival is happening all over the world, and we must be willing to lay down our own agendas and run after Him to experience everything He has promised. Let us pursue Him with everything we have and be where the anointing is, where He is moving, and where restoration and recovery are happening.
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