Monday 23 June 2008

Making Room For The Supernatural

Glory to the King of kings!

This past week has been absolutely brilliant! We are thrilled to have two students from Kingdom Faith Church in Horsham, England who will be staying with us for 4 weeks. Our people are going on the streets to talk to people about Jesus and to meet together to pray and worship God in the middle of the "darkest" areas in Frankfurt. The Lord is calling the Church to build an altar of worship in the centre of Frankfurt to change the spiritual atmosphere of the city! Hallelujah!

On Saturday we joined several other churches for a day of fasting and prayer. We met together to repent for the city of Frankfurt and to take spiritual authority over the city. The meeting was the first step to restore what was once an official public holiday in Germany for a day of prayer and repentance. We have made an appeal to the German government to restore this very significant day for this nation to turn to God. The meeting concluded with a very powerful prophetic act as the European and German flags were placed on top of each other and as the flag for the city of Frankfurt was suspended over the two flags, oil and wine were poured onto the Frankfurt flag. The oil and wine then flowed down the Frankfurt flag and drenched the German flag and the European flag. This wonderful prophetic act symbolises how God is pouring out His Spirit and His redemptive blood on the city of Frankfurt so that as the Church is revived and the city awakened, we will see God's Spirit affect Germany and Europe. Hallelujah!

Yesterday's meeting was awesome. We are encountering God with greater intimacy as He reveals Himself to us more and more. The Lord is making the unsearchable riches of Christ known to us by His Spirit (Eph.3:8; 1 Cor. 2:10) and He is teaching us how to live supernatural lives. Looking at Acts 10, God showed us the following:

  • Both Cornelius and Peter made room for the supernatural by positioning themselves expectantly.
  • These men were able to hear God's voice because they were God-conscious (devout, God-fearing, generous and men of faith and prayer).

We praise God for giving us more and more spiritual revelation, wisdom and knowledge (Eph.1:17) so that we learn to develop our supernatural senses.

Quote of the week:

"Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts on things above, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God. Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things." Col. 3:1,2 (Emphasis mine)


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