PART ONE – THE MULTITUDE OR GROWTH? CHOOSE!
Dear reader, it is important that we learn how
to make confessions in the Spirit as children of God especially when the man of
God under the anointing gives an instruction. Such moments are opportunities in
the realm of the spirit by which the Spirit of God aligns us with Gods specific
word at that time.
Although, everyone Christian has received the
Spirit Life, the mastering of it seems to have eluded many, as it requires
technique and strategy.
The Spirit life is not for the multitude.
This is essentially so because the multitude
will find it difficult to operationalize the Spirit Life. In the Spirit life, what
God desires is fellowship and as a child of God, you should desire fellowship
with God and not His works alone. When you don’t have fellowship with God, your
faith will be connected to the crowd, which is the case with many believers
When there’s no crowd, you can’t worship or
pray. It is an error!
If as an individual you can’t worship God in
your own words and with your voice hearing yourself, you don’t have fellowship
with the Father yet. Your fellowship is with the crowd. There is something
fundamentally wrong with your faith if you can only fellowship when in a crowd.
This does not contradict what is said in Hebrews
10:25. In fact, the crowd should be comprised of individuals who are
investing in, aspire for; desire to grow in their fellowship with God.
It is the same with promptness at church
meetings, services or activities. It is between you and God. If a service is
scheduled to commence at 10am, God is already present and on such a day where
the blessing is released at the beginning of the service, there is nothing the
Pastor can do to hold it back because you are late. This has been demonstrated
many times in my Ministry. For example, we had scheduled our Monthly All Night
meeting to happen in the month of March. But, I was instructed to have it in
the month of April, on Good Friday. However, due to some logistic challenges,
which included the traveling of members, I opted to move the meeting for
another week. But, a day to the stipulated date, God asked me, ‘why have you
shifted a meeting I have set a date for?’ My ministers and I immediately
entered emergency mode to ensure the meeting held as earlier scheduled.
Beloved, it is important for you to know that
God isn’t only concerned about your problems; He wants to have fellowship with
you! (Read Genesis 3:8, Exodus 5:1, 7:16, 8:1, Philippians 2:1 for
God is not taking you to the place of a good
job, money or healing; He is taking you to a place of fellowship!