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AbideinHim
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 The Real Last Move of God

The Real Last Move of God

By Charles Newbold, Jr.

The real last move of God doesn’t need a man to lead it, doesn’t need a band to hype it, doesn’t need a building to corral it, doesn’t need a billboard to promote it, doesn’t need intercessors to pray it in, doesn’t need a TV show or even a microphone to barker it, doesn’t need a PR program to defend it. Can’t take up an offering for it or seed into it, can’t hype or manipulate it, can’t own it.

It has already begun in the secret places of men’s hearts, men who rarely even know one another. It is already taking place in the hidden corners of David’s cave of Adullam where a few misfits and malcontents have hidden out in Jesus and are being quietly shaped into a might army of glorified sons. A few here and there are being knitted together in love whose light, when they cross paths, becomes greater than the sum of the two, or three, or four, or whatever number they are.

It is the light of life, the very life of God they radiate, exposing the darkness and causing turmoil everywhere they go—unspoken, but spoken against; loving, but hated by the world; merciful, but treated unmercifully; strong through brokenness; powerful in weakness; mighty men of valor without guile or malice; strong and powerful in the Lord without gender.

Released one by one, becoming two by two, becoming four by four, then eight by eight—on an exponential curve. Yes, a movement to end all revivals.

Can’t start it, can’t stop it, can’t own it, can’t harness it, can’t telecast it, can’t alter it, can’t do anything about it. It is already in motion and is bigger than any man or collection of men. It is the coming forth of Zion, the ushering in of Tabernacles—the feast of Ingathering; that is, Jesus gathering into Himself His true assembly of called-out-ones.

These are those who are called, chosen, and will be found faithful. Nevertheless, whosoever will may come. Either way, all were known before the foundation of the world.

Charles Newbold, Jr.

June 21, 2008


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Mike

 2008/7/3 20:37Profile
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 Re: The Real Last Move of God

Amen. The final revival to come will have but One leader.


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Jimmy H

 2008/7/3 23:32Profile
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 Re: The Real Last Move of God

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AbideinHim wrote:
The Real Last Move of God

By Charles Newbold, Jr.

The real last move of God doesn’t need a man to lead it, doesn’t need a band to hype it, doesn’t need a building to corral it, doesn’t need a billboard to promote it, doesn’t need intercessors to pray it in, doesn’t need a TV show or even a microphone to barker it, doesn’t need a PR program to defend it. Can’t take up an offering for it or seed into it, can’t hype or manipulate it, can’t own it.

It has already begun in the secret places of men’s hearts, men who rarely even know one another. It is already taking place in the hidden corners of David’s cave of Adullam where a few misfits and malcontents have hidden out in Jesus and are being quietly shaped into a might army of glorified sons. A few here and there are being knitted together in love whose light, when they cross paths, becomes greater than the sum of the two, or three, or four, or whatever number they are.

It is the light of life, the very life of God they radiate, exposing the darkness and causing turmoil everywhere they go—unspoken, but spoken against; loving, but hated by the world; merciful, but treated unmercifully; strong through brokenness; powerful in weakness; mighty men of valor without guile or malice; strong and powerful in the Lord without gender.

Released one by one, becoming two by two, becoming four by four, then eight by eight—on an exponential curve. Yes, a movement to end all revivals.

Can’t start it, can’t stop it, can’t own it, can’t harness it, can’t telecast it, can’t alter it, can’t do anything about it. It is already in motion and is bigger than any man or collection of men. It is the coming forth of Zion, the ushering in of Tabernacles—the feast of Ingathering; that is, Jesus gathering into Himself His true assembly of called-out-ones.

These are those who are called, chosen, and will be found faithful. Nevertheless, whosoever will may come. Either way, all were known before the foundation of the world.

Charles Newbold, Jr.

June 21, 2008



Well that was nice and romantic.

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Lenoard Reavenhill says

God takes individual men. He takes Moses to the backside of the desert. John the Baptist was in the wilderness until the day of his showing forth.



Here we see they way God does he gets a man and refines that man. That's the way he'll do it this time.

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It is already taking place in the hidden corners of David’s cave of Adullam where a few misfits and malcontents have hidden out in Jesus and are being quietly shaped into a might army of glorified sons.



Quietly shaped, hidden out with Jesus all that is is romantic nonsense.

That's not the way God shapes his men please read your bible and try and understand how God shapes his men.

Think of Abraham, Jacob, Joesph, Daniel, Gideon, David, Job and think of the prophets. Do you think they where quietly shaped.

Yes God will do it a different way in the next move of God he will have a people but it will start with a man. There will nothing romantic about his refining it will be tough as this prepare for things that are to come.

His sin will be fully exposed to him that he cries out for Holiness. God's correction would be so strong on his life. Sometimes it would feel like God is a million miles a way fallen off the throne. That there is no one he can turn to. One they would think he was mad if he told them what he was going through and two they would not help him anyway. The mountain would be so large it would seem impossible. To him it will feel like he is a failure and that he is not good enough.

But he believes what God has said to him and the promise that he has made to him and goes for God regardless of the cost to himself.

Please read David Wilkerson's The Making of a man of God.

David shows us the scriptural pattern God uses to produce His chosen servants. And the hard truth is this: Pain, torment, sorrow and failure have produced the men and women of God who have stirred their generations.


[url=http://www.tscpulpitseries.org/english/1990s/ts910527.html]The making of a man of God[/url]

...............WISE UP...........


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Colin Murray

 2008/8/7 11:20Profile
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God is always looking for a man He can pour Himself into.

God will never depart from this method. From Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Peter, and these are just a few.

We are to seek Him with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength.

When God can find men who will surrender their all to Him then God will use those individuals for His Glory to touch the world for Jesus Christ.

Oh! that we would become possess of God.

Blessings!

 2008/8/7 14:19Profile





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