Thursday, 30 June 2011


"For when they shall say peace......" Some where in the scriptures

Will there ever be world peace? Yes. Betterstill, there will be a consciouness and sudden realization of that peace because at some point "they shall say peace".
To say peace implies that certain critical things have taken place. For them to come to that point where they will say "peace", then 'war' or what they call war would have been taken out of the way. The thing of offense, the very thing of conflict would have been got rid of for them to say "peace".
They can not say peace in isolation. It has to be linked to a consciousness they have of their own definition of the antagonist of peace being taken out of the way before they can look about them and declare "peace".
Now this "peace" won't be the peace of God even if they might assume it to be. It would be the peace of this world, of their own morality and according to the definition of what they call peace which spiritually speaking would not be related in any way to anything that God calls peace. outwardly, it may appear to be godly, it may appear to be but may not necessarily be because in the book of revelations, when the prophet was killed and left to rot people celebrated and sent gifts to each other. That is a typical situation when they can say "peace".
But when humanity generally mouths the word peace they are usually directing their attention to humans of all races living in perfect harmony. They are looking at a time when wars and crime would be obsolete because humanity had come into a 'higher consciousness' aided by technology and consensus. They are actually looking at the pre-babel era(there is nothing new under the sun) when humanity was one and moved in the same direction as one.
World peace? Not in reality but they will see it or see their own definition of it so much so that they can declare and say "peace" but "when they shall say peace then sudden destruction will come upon them".
World peace then? Never.

Thursday, 2 June 2011

Word Work

"Without faith it is impossible to please God" somewhere in the book of hebrews
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The problem The Word has with us is that we want to work for it, rather than it working for us.
We work for The Word but The Word is designed to work for us. The conflict that ensues sadly cancels everybody out. That is both our work and The Word.

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"The Word of God is quick and active.." Somewhere in the new testament
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The Word is alive. Its primary assignment towards God's people is to work for them. The problem is we think we are to work for it and we go about doing this.
The importance of what we are talking about demands that we take this slowly and explain it gradually and systematically.

First: The Scenario
A man is believing God for something. He comes to God in prayer and makes his request known(with thanks giving). Then he goes about 'trying' to look for ways and means to see that he sees the fruition of what he has just prayed for.

The Word wants to work FOR us. That is when it is in its element

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"In the beginning was the word....there was nothing that was made that wasn't made by the Word" the first chapter of John
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The Word was at its element then and the worst thing you can do to the Word is to stop it from breathing. The Word breathing is the Word living. The Word living is The Word being allowed to be in its element. The word being allowed to be in its element is you allowing the Word to Work for you.

The Word doesn't need helpers. The word functions when it creates. It wants to create but when you go about creating you are sending mixed signals

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"A double minded man will receive nothing from God" somewhere in the new testament
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The word works and will continue to work. But the work of the Word in you is you believing that it can accomplish what it is designed for without your interference.

Second: The Word Instructs
That's part of it living and being in it's element. Your part is to follow the instruction and not to give The Word direction. The power and enablement to follow that instruction that comes from The Word resides in The Spirit. It is not you as in self but The Spirit of God that is the power of The Word. The Spirit enables you.
The Spirit enabling you is you hearing from it and following His leading in going about accomplishing The Word. The Word needs you to let this happen so that it can work. It doesn't need you to work for it. The Word works for us, let it work for you.