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Discussion Forum : Revivals And Church History : CANTON: From a prayer chamber, Day 02

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Develop and practice discernment to divide between what is Christ and that which pretends to be. . .


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 2007/10/24 13:18









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Thank you so much for this ministry from your prayer chamber. We will take this opportunity to coordinate in the Holy Spirit.
I understand that you are praying for many hours pr day during the conference.
We were just listening to Ralph Sutera. Awesome. . .
Hanna

 2007/10/24 13:33









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Revival holds a returning to origins, a turning back to original intentions and purposes. The new, that which is truly alive and full of life, is that which is properly anchored in the old, in what God has stated as absolutes. The Father brings newness of life by taking His people back to beginnings. It is no small thing, it is indeed a tremendous task to recover and settle in the purposes of God.
Man is not sufficient for this. Human enthusiasm and effort will not level with the standards of Heaven. God is the originator of the retracing of the paths of old, of an ascent to the holy hill of Zion. A glorious throne, set on high from the beginning, is the place of our sanctuary. Jer 17:12.

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 2007/10/24 13:44









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Revival holds a specific and definitive authentification of the Church. A returning to the eternal purposes of God holds an ever growing correspondence to that which is to be found in Christ. Maturity equals christlikeness. The fruits of the presence of God in His Church are signs and wonders which cannot be spoken against. Fidelity, faithfulness, perseverance, veracity, godliness and humility are all aspects of the priestly ministry of reconciliation these things are from God, signs of His presence and wondrous operations of the Law of the Spirit of Life; 2 Cor 5:18, Rom 8:1-2.


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 2007/10/24 13:57









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One of those pregnant quotes:
If you do not bend, you will break. . .


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 2007/10/24 14:16









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Waiting brings us forward.
Pray for a priestly attitude, a priestly fellowship who dares to minimize their activity for the sake of the coming of the Lord.


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 2007/10/24 14:44









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Life:
We cannot master it. . .
We might as well give it away.

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 2007/10/24 15:55









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Something to consider:
God longs to make himself known.

 2007/10/24 16:02









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Revival brings opposition
Opposition against Christ dwelling in man.
Opposition against the possibility of incarnation


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 2007/10/24 17:03









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Life belongs to the altar
The ones who dare to leave it there are the survivors of the Earth.
The ones who try to capture it and master it will break it.


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 2007/10/24 17:20





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