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.
David was a man of great passion and knowledge of the ways and moves of the Spirit, yet made this mistake of not inquiring and ascertaining the preferred pattern of carrying the presence of the lord from one location to the next. In this transition, we have to seek the precise way and manner of our movement so we don't repeat the same mistake of the past. How we view and relate to the things of the Spirit of the lord which includes the pattern and content of our worship in this third day has to change.
worship and the new priestly order BY ISAIAH-PHILLIPS AKINTOLA PART ONE WHERE WORSHIP BEGINS AND ENDS In the last days the mountain of the Lord’s temple will be established as the highest of the mountains; It will be exalted above the hills, and all nations will stream to it. (Isaiah2:2) This prophetic declaration by … Continue reading worship and the new priestly order