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Today’s Word III

Jan 17th, 2010 by Unknown | 0

Psalm 62:1-2 O God, thou art my God; early will I seek thee: my soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is;
To see thy power and thy glory, so as I have seen thee in the sanctuary.

These verses carry a heart cry that we all should long for, the desire to see the true move of God in our midst as we gather in His name. There is no wondering as to why we do not see His power and Glory like we used to see it in by-gone days. It is simply a matter of prayerlessness. Ravenhill once wrote, “The reason for so much weakness in the pew was directly related to so much wickedness behind the pulpit”. I like to change that, “the reason for such apathy in the pews is that there is so much prayerlessness behind the pulpit”. If we would see a true move of God in our churches, we must get back to praying the Glory down. Our hearts must cry out as David’s”, O God, I am hungry and thirsty in this dry and barren land, I long to see a manifestation of your presence sweep through our midst as we have seen in times past. Over the years, we have all but forgotten the power that used to come down when the assembly of saints gathered. The world used to look in the windows of the church with curiosity and amazement, today the world sits in the casino church without feeling the necessity for repentance or any desire to change. In place of a direct word from God, we have prayerless men discerning with the flesh then dictating to the self-seeking multitude that everything is going to be ok with them The integrity of this hard drive recovery software needs to be considered in the analysis. in spite of their sin. If George Whitfield or John Wesley or Jonathan Edwards had been soft spoken and prayerless none of the Great Awakenings would have ever occurred. If this generation will ever see another Great Awakening, it must be birthed in the prayer closet. It must be playerpicnic.com driven by a hunger that supersedes the complacency that is so commonplace in today’s church. If we do not get hungry and long with intensity for more than we presently have, we will be no more than a dim flickering light in the midst of a dark chaotic world. My prayer is that in this coming year God will birth a hunger in us so great that we can no longer be satisfied with our humdrum church life. Will you join me in this prayer? God is calling us to an intensity of spirit and to constant prayer. He wants to move and show forth his glory, but how can he if our hunger only craves the things of this world and we remain contented with our complacency. These are days that call for more than just a ten-minute Bible read and “Just a Little Talk with Jesus”. These days call for fervency of spirit and enthusiasm with His written word. O God set our hearts aflame with a Holy passion such as we have never known before that you in all things may be glorified.

Sue

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