Tuesday 18 May 2010

Dwelling in the Wind of the Spirit

Glory to God!

The Lord is continuing to rebuild solid foundations in us and strip away weak and unfruitful convictions in our lives. This process of rebuilding, restoring and renewing is challenging but it is leading us into greater revelation and experience of God's presence, power and love. On Sunday the Lord spoke to us about His Kingdom and how many believers observe and wait (Luke 17:20,21) for the reality of the Kingdom instead of seeing and entering in (John 3:3,5). To "see and enter in" is to dwell (John 15:4) in the awareness of the King and His Kingdom. Our spiritual birth began with the wind of the Spirit (John 3:8) and must continue in the Breath of God if we are to manifest His presence and influence the world (Acts 2:2).

The Lord has led us to begin the process of becoming a bilingual church (english/german). God began the Church by breaking the language barrier (Acts 2:6) and our hearts' desire is to help all those who are added to our number to be able to benefit fully from the Anointing upon KLF. We also have a burden for the lost in this city and nation and want to be able to reach them and disciple them in their own language. We are excited and challenged by the opening of this new door but we believe this is the Lord's way of planting us in this city and nation "for the display of His splendour (Is. 61:3)!"

From the 26 - 29 May the International Kingdom Power Conference will be held at CZF. Find out more about this exciting event here...

Quote of the week:

"Remain in me, and I will remain in you. No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain in the Vine. Neither can you bear fruit unless you remain in me." John 15:4


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