Spirit powered obedience

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Ezekiel 37:7 (NLT) ‘ So I spoke these words, just as he told me. Suddenly as
I spoke, there was a rattling noise all across the valley.’

The Spirit anoints obedience. Ezekiel spoke ‘as he was commanded’. We’ve
been told to ‘preach the gospel to every creature’. As the prophet spoke,
the Spirit moved. When we do our gift, the power of God will empower us. When we do what is not our gift or calling, we are in our own strength = failure, burnout etc.

Say what He tells you to say. Don’t add or subtract.

When we ‘preach the gospel’ His Word, His Spirit will accompany us with the supernatural manifestation of what we preach! When God’s Word is spoken & the Holy Spirit starts to move people are rattled! Don’t get nervous. It’s a revival of dead bones. When the bones in the valley start rattling get ready for revival.

There are moments when God moves ‘suddenly’. Get ready – Now is one of those times, We speak & it happens, suddenly.

There’s always a noise when God starts moving. Shouting, music, signing, clapping, preaching. With every NEW move of God comes a NEW sound – voice, song, music. The culture of a move of God is carried in the sound. – Don’t reject the unfamiliar just because it’s ‘new’- New Wine = New wineskins.

See you in Church!

2 thoughts on “Spirit powered obedience

  1. Melissa Perkovic

    Hey Pastor Phil,

    “There’s always a noise when God starts moving. Shouting, music, signing, clapping, preaching. With every NEW move of God comes a NEW sound – voice, song, music. The culture of a move of God is carried in the sound. – Don’t reject the unfamiliar just because it’s ‘new’- New Wine = New wineskins”

    It’s so refreshing to read the above. There is such freedom in these words. There is so much more adventure in store for the Bride- exceedingly and abundantly more that she could even hope and imagined.

    Learning about wine, oil and bread is the next adventure I’m personally about to ride out.

    The Word is so so good! For so long I seemed to have had neglected and had put my energies on things that were really time consuming and taking me away from the Word. As I fix my eyes on the Word and not let His words depart from my sight, my ‘lamp’ is being filled with the oil of Intimacy.

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