Where Are You Walking

Written by Phyllis. Posted in Uncategorised

 I have been reading the book of Jasher.  If you are not familiar with this book I suggest that you get a copy.  Jasher is mentioned in the Bible and our pastor has made reference to it many times.  I first read Jasher a couple of years ago and have read it a couple times since.  Each time I read it I learn more and get a deeper revelation of God and the people that walked out their destiny.  In this hour, I truly believe God is calling His people to trust him completely.   In Revelation   18:4 "For all the nations have drunk of the wine of the passion of her immorality, and the kings of the earth have committed acts of immorality with her, and the merchants of the earth have become rich by the wealth of her sensuality." 4 I heard another voice from heaven, saying, "Come out of her, my people, so that you will not participate in her sins and receive of her plagues; 5for her sins have piled up as high as heaven, and God has remembered her iniquities." In Jasher when Nimrod was sentencing Abram and Haran (Abrams brother) to be put in the furnace, Haran said in his heart that if Abram lived he would follow his God but if Abram died he would follow the god of Nimrod.  As it turns out Abram walked in that fire for 3 days and the only thing burned was the cord wrapped around his wrist.  Haran was burned to ashes because his heart was not fully trusting in God.  Wow, that made a huge impression on me!  I think of all the times that I have trusted God half heartedly and had to repent.  I also have learned that no matter what we go through that if we are walking in right standing with God, as best as we can, that God will protect us in fiery trails.  I want to encourage you to put your trust in God and watch Him work out whatever you are going through.  It is an hour that God is calling his people to trust Him with your whole heart and stop straddling the fence (being lukewarm); to seek his face and stay focused on him and to put away anything that we may put before God; to stand up for HIS truth and not our own truth or some one else's truth. Get into the word because as the word says, "if you abide in me I will abide in you". We must allow the word to work in our lives continually get into the word because as the word says if you abide in me I will abide in you.  We must allow the word to work in our lives continually even when in the natural it looks completely opposite.  Place your trust in him and only him.   Phyllis













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