Firstly and foremost, we need to clarify several critical principles as we engage in the prophetic reality of the third day assigned strong apostolic leadership spirit, ordained to lead the Body of Christ forward and not backwards. As we have noticed with the weak Aaronic leadership priesthood. We are told that while Moses was on the mountain, waiting on the Lord for the direction of the way forward, the people could persuade Aaron to lead them back to Egypt. What does leading forward mean for us as individuals and, of course, for the corporate body of Christ in the current prophetic environment in which we find ourselves? It is important to contextualize and personalize this question so that we don't have Aaron, in the name of proximity with Moses, who leads us back to Egypt with a golden calf image.
We are now being awakened to take our eternal seat within the heart of the father as he shows us the mystery of the glory that now shines through the face of his Son, Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Sonship is a dual [citizenship] dimension; a position and location within the administrative life of the government of heaven and earth that administer the very nature and intended dominion of the father’s kingdom over the individual who bears the message, and then through his or her life, to all spheres of life within the universe.
Adam's opportunity to choose the instruction of the father was not really design to merely test his allegiance or commitment in obeying the will of The father, like many theologians and spiritual leaders have suggested. No. The power of choice was given to him to prove to himself and the rest of creation, including Satan that he has developed his ability to restrain himself from whatever form of temptation he may face.
The creation of man in the very image and likeness of God was a clear prophetic statement to Satan and the rest of the one third fallen angels of their eternal defeat. Beyond this, Eden was a perfect image of the community life the father designed and desired for man to cultivate and built for his family and the generations to come. in Adam's innocence, he relished in the flurry of the father’s presence and glory until his very first test to prove his approval occurred.
SINGING THE SONG OF A NEW DAY
Singing new songs does not only mean songs you just composed few days ago, or limited to singing in an unknown tongues as powerful and effective that is. New songs are the sounds of a new marching order; this songs are the sound of a new elevated position, articulated through the voice of the Lamb seated on the throne of our hearts. the songs are ancient prophetic agendas being unfolded for the deliverance of the nations and creation from bondage.
This are the songs the creature are singing before the throne of God. They are the song of Moses, Songs of Debra, songs of the bow, song of Hannah, Songs of David, songs of Elizabeth and the song of the Lamb. The sound of these songs are impregnated within the hearts and soul of those who have been weaned from the milk of earthly temple religious service, and have been summoned to the mountain of the Lord to share life and communion with the father.
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