Thursday, 13 September 2007

Reformation Spirit!

If I would summarise what I see the Lord doing in the Church today, only two words will suffice: Reformation Spirit! (with the exclamation mark please!!). God is raising up those of whom He has spoken long ago, a violent and focused people who desire nothing other than the purposes of God's Kingdom. I am not shy to admit that I am one of such, and it is encouraging to meet more of the same kind every day.

The last few weeks in particular have been interesting. The Reformation Spirit seems to loom closer to earth than it has ever done in recent times. Men and women are coming out of the wilderness and into the harvest fields of the earth. I see new works being commissioned, creative initiatives being embarked upon, kingdom prayers being offered to the heavens. Believe me, something is about to hit the earth so strong!

One major happening in the Church of late, which signifies the beginning of a global outbreak of God's final Reformation Agenda, is the fresh emphasis in the ministry of Pastor Sunday Adelaja, senior pastor of Embassy of the Blessed Kingdom of God for All Nations, Kiev, Ukraine. As if the kingdom impact he has experienced in Ukraine is not enough, God is now leading him first to hand over the work in Kiev to someone else and secondly, to devote his energy to the next phase of his ministry. What is this "next phase"? To bring reformation to the body of Christ worldwide; to see a total shift in the way we do church. Talk about Reformation Spirit!

This is no joke. God means business. He has moved the cloud of glory from where we think it is to where He wants it to be. The Lord has ordained unprecedented progress in the Church at this time, the effects of which will be seen and felt in every nation of the world. What He has started no one can stop. The question to ponder on is: Am I a part of what God is doing or only a part of what God has done? Am I living in past glory or following the Spirit of glory? Am I a force in God's movement or an old block in man's monuments? Child of God, do not take these promptings lightly. They may be the difference between life and death; between being used of God and being discarded by God. The choice is yours.

If you want to read a bit more about Pastor Sunday Adelaja's fresh ministry focus, click here. (The focus is first on the Church in America, but also, simultaneously, on the Church all over the world).

If you want to listen to relevant, pungent messages about the Kingdom of God, learn from Pastor Sunday by visiting his site (Highly recommended. I did this almost everyday in 2005, and still do. I have never remained the same since).

If you want to know more about Embassy of God and the recent invitation for the church to be a member of the United Nations, click here.

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Father, may Your people be willing in the day of Your power!


Anonymous,  15 September 2007 at 19:26  

Reformation is the present cry of the Spirit and every one who's alert in the spirit would naturally follow suit and get in line with what God is doing. We all should know that God would no longer pay for what He doesn't order for; we should get our visions aligned with His, religion should give way for true spirituality and comformity to His image. Passion for Christ must be seen in practical lyfestyle and in service to God and His people. Leadership must be that which leads to Christ and treat followers just like the Chief Sheperd would treat His bloodbought flocks. Followers must follow spirit-led leaders as if following Christ. Building personal empires must give way to building His kingdom as He builds and we all will b better for it.I sincerely commend what Pastor Sunday is doing, it's truly apostolic.-Evans Adetokunbo Emmanuel

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