Sermon December 31, 2017: We have never been this way before

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[Dr. Roberto Miranda]

Joshua 3:1 says: “And Joshua rose early in the morning; and they removed from Shittim, and came to Jordan, he and all the children of Israel, and lodged there before they passed over. And it came to pass after three days, that the officers went through the host; And they commanded the people, saying, When ye see the ark of the covenant of the LORD your God, and the priests the Levites bearing it, then ye shall remove from your place, and go after it. Yet there shall be a space between you and it, about two thousand cubits by measure: come not near unto it, that ye may know the way by which ye must go: for ye have not passed this way heretofore.”

I’d like to emphasize especially that verse 4 that says: “since you have never been this way before.” And so, they are leaving half a mile in between the entire congregation and the ark. So that ark was half a mile in front of the congregation as they were moving towards the river.

“And Joshua said unto the people, Sanctify yourselves: for tomorrow the LORD will do wonders among you. And Joshua spake unto the priests, saying, Take up the ark of the covenant, and pass over before the people. And they took up the ark of the covenant, and went before the people. And the LORD said unto Joshua, This day will I begin to magnify thee in the sight of all Israel, that they may know that, as I was with Moses, so I will be with thee. And thou shalt command the priests that bear the ark of the covenant, saying, When ye are come to the brink of the water of Jordan, ye shall stand still in Jordan. And Joshua said unto the children of Israel, Come hither, and hear the words of the LORD your God.”

“And Joshua said, Hereby ye shall know that the living God is among you, and that he will without fail drive out from before you the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the Hivites, and the Perizzites, and the Girgashites, and the Amorites, and the Jebusites. Behold, the ark of the covenant of the Lord of all the earth passeth over before you into Jordan. Now therefore take you twelve men out of the tribes of Israel, out of every tribe a man. And it shall come to pass, as soon as the soles of the feet of the priests that bear the ark of the LORD, the Lord of all the earth, shall rest in the waters of Jordan, that the waters of Jordan shall be cut off from the waters that come down from above; and they shall stand upon an heap.”

Verse 14: “And it came to pass, when the people removed from their tents, to pass over the Jordan, and the priests bearing the ark of the covenant before the people; And as they that bare the ark were come unto Jordan, and the feet of the priests that bare the ark were dipped in the brim of the water, (for Jordan overfloweth all his banks all the time of harvest,) That the waters which came down from above stood and rose up an heap very far from the city of Adam, that is beside Zaretan; and those that came down toward the sea of the plain, even the salt sea, failed, and were cut off: and the people passed over right against Jericho.”

Verse 17: “And the priests that bare the ark of the covenant of the LORD stood firm on dry ground in the midst of Jordan, and all the israelites passed over on dry ground, until all the people were passed clean over Jordan.” Amen, God bless His Word.

“Because we have never gone this way before.” A few days ago as I began to seek the Lord’s guiding on what He had for us today specifically, as often happens I just felt the spirit of the Lord put on my heart these words, crystal clear: “Because you have never passed this way before.” Now I didn’t get the exact words but I got that message and I felt the Lord’s guiding to just studying the Scripture, and found this text that encapsulates that message that I felt the Lord put on my heart.

And ironically as I began to dig in to fill out the message that God had given me I realized I never preached on this specific chapter before so I had never been this way before, so that matches very well what I felt the Lord give me. And that particular phrase is a new one for me to be preaching on, you have never passed this way before.

To be honest, all too often I have heard this text misused in the past by christians who want to apply it by moving the Church in new directions that changes the content of the Gospel or the clear content of the Word of God going this way never before, changing christianity, and that’s clearly not what I’m trying to do.

Thank you for editing my sermon (to Gregory) (laughs), he’s so good at that, no, it’s perfect, you said it much better than I did actually, I love when Gregory translates for me, it really cleans up my words very beautifully (audience laughs), he’s my alter ego I always say that. He’s Obama’s translator but in a different way, the other way, he sweetens Obama (laughs), private joke there.

Now as I was saying here (where were we? laughs), the more I dug into this the more I felt the Lord was giving me a Word that was clearly prophetic for us at this time, and I felt a struggle going on within me because really, what God has put in my heart can only be expressed in prophetic terms. I have tremendous respect for prophetic communications from God, when God gives those messages, and I feel a holy reverence and fear as I approach this because of it’s implications perhaps for us as a Church.

Sometimes I feel that the prophetic modality can be abused especially around New Year’s when we want to proclaim good things for the New Year, of course, but sometimes we can promise the moon without taking into account some of the challenges that may come with that and over state what God is truly saying. So my carefulness in using the prophetic tone of voice and style of speaking isn’t because I don’t believe, on the contrary, I believe God speaks and I take it so seriously that I want to speak what God is truly saying and not go beyond it.

You know, sometimes we presume too much and we say things, and we don’t realize God is a very complex God, and that sometimes He may have complexities in His way of blessing us that we may not anticipate that may not look like blessings but they are blessings. So, I have this holy fear and reverence of using this prophetic modality because of how seriously I take the implications of what that message would mean for us. In this particular message that I believe the Lord gave to me in terms of “you have never passed by here” or “this way before” I don’t fear the unknown, actually I love the unknown, I love adventure, I love jumping in with both feet and plunging into the Will of God in the future even though I’m not sure what it will be.

I don’t fear the unknown especially if I’m convinced that God is in it, but in another hand, I fear greatly the thought of repressing something that God may be telling us both to myself as your Pastor and to the Church, and to grieve the Holy Spirit, I fear that terribly. So just to be transparent about this struggle I bring to this text, but I’m gonna proclaim what I feel God is speaking to us at this time.

Even if I don’t get some of the specific applications exactly right I trust that the Word of God is true and it blesses us in a general sense. I think there are beautiful, solid principles for life that are encoded into this passage that would be very healthy and very profitable for us in the coming years anyway. But again, let me be very specific, I believe that this is a Word, a timely, prophetic, immediate Word for us now and for my ministry, our life as a Congregation, it is for us, as the Word of God can activate itself for a particular khairos moment such as the one we are living.

We know the context of the story, the great leader Joshua who replaces Moses is bringing God’s people now, about to cross the Jordan river and to enter the promised land to inherit the blessings and promises made hundreds of years earlier to Abraham and to Moses.

I just wanna add, I believe that the presence of our korean brothers and sisters, that their presence with us today is not just a happy coincidence but prophetically ordained so that all of us here can hear this message together.

So we know the hebrews have been wandering in the desert for 40 years and finally they were at the point of entering into their destiny, of becoming the people of God that they were meant to be crossing that river into the promised land. God had promised Abraham hundreds of years earlier that He would give his people this specific land, He had sent Abraham to wander around and to prophetically view it and claim it, and worship God there, and their existence as God’s people depended on their ability to enter into that land and enter into the promises the Lord had made to them.

There has been a mystical union between the land and the hebrew people, this is why there is such a situation of controversy right now, because these people, the semitic people, the muslims and the jews, they understand the power the land has to define a nation and to define the identity of a nation, and so God knew this, of course, and He linked these jewish people with this land that He was going to give to them.

So this is why it’s not so easy to simply speak about negotiating the land, because this land is not even for the jews to give, they don’t even own it. The Lord of the land owns it and He has given it to them, He has leased it to them, they themselves do not have the right to negotiate this land that was given to them by the Lord of the land.

Now the desert had been an important time for the people of Israel, 40 years of desert training, of rehearsal, of growing as God’s people wandering in the desert. This Congregation has been for thirty some years, understand what I’m saying, in a way we have been like the jews wandering by the desert defining our identity, carrying out certain things that God has wanted us to carry on, but really our promised land is not what we inhabit presently.

It’s not that we don’t value and appreciate, and see the goodness of what God has done in these thirty five years, beautiful things, but I have to say, that in my heart of hearts it’s much, and I say this with respect and appreciation of what God has done, but in my heart of hearts I don’t consider what has happened yet to be anything compared to what God has genuinely promised us, we have yet to enter into what God has promised us as a Congregation.

It is to be transparent with you as a Congregation, Pastor Roberto is sharing that these months have been a time of spiritual agony for me, he’s saying, that it’s almost like that woman that is nine months pregnant and is just ready for that baby to be born, and there has been an unsettling restlessness and agony in my spirit feeling that it is time for something to be born among us.

The closest thing I can compare it to is 35 years ago just before entering into this ministry when God was dealing with me so deeply that I needed to take a year off from everything I was doing, my graduate studies and go to the desert of Lawrence, and live there, no disrespect for anyone from Lawrence, but to go up there and go in an extended period of fasting and seeking the Lord, and something new was born, and that was the beginning of that mission.

When God is finally ready to move us into something new He produces in us a discomfort, a restlessness, a feeling that we can’t stay where we are any longer, almost like the womb is becoming hostile and it’s time to be born. And I just feel like we are in the brink of something, something new that is to be born among us, something new in this ministry and I don’t know exactly what that means.

I wanna thank you for your patience if I need to extend a little bit, this is something so personal that I really wanted to share with you today, not only personal but also important and foundational so we need to take time for this, I wanna develop it.

So this time that the hebrews are finding themselves and when they look up to this moment of eminence as they prepare to go to the promised land all this time that has preceded them, that has gone before them, really I would call it like the time of the substitutions and simply symbols, anticipated things before the true identity kicks into being.

Think about the example of the mana, an extremely simple bread that was virtually flavorless, it was very plain, very ordinary but sustained them over those 40 years, but now it’s the time for the mana to stop and for them to enter into the real land that flows with milk and honey.

Think of the tabernacle which was a movable temple, extremely mobile, it was a tent with poles and curtains, things that could be set up and taken down, and moved quickly because they were moving from place to place, but all of that was a prophetic of preparation for the temple, the permanent temple to be built in Jerusalen eventually under Salomon’s and that tabernacle pointed to a temple.

And what I feel God is saying to me is that we as a Congregation are coming to the point where we have been rehearsing for many years symbolic things, important things, finding our identity, but eventually are about to enter into the reality of who you are meant to be and what you are meant to possess in the Spirit. What I feel God is saying is that, what God has prepared for us, and I’m not gonna say the time because I don’t know exactly how many weeks or months, but what God has prepared for us is something that we have not experienced up to this point.

I am declaring this Word now in fear and trembling because I feel that the Word of God, the prophetic Word of God needs to be declared publicly in order to release it’s manifestation, if you repress it you are holding back that manifestation.

I think it was Nidia who was implying, the young woman who spoke here, is that no words, and I think the Father confirmed this, you know, this idea that no words shall fall to the ground, it will accomplish everything that God has declared, I took that as a confirmation that I need not fear or do I do fear that this Word may fall to the ground empty, but it will accomplish that which God has for it to accomplish. So this is the principle I wanna begin with, that concept of rehearsals, of foreshadowing, of precursors, of our experience up to now pointing to a reality that God wants to fulfill among us.

Now, there is a second thing that I want to touch upon since this morning, this very morning as I worked on this passage, the Lord reminded me or really activated in my heart, it’s in chapter 3 verse 2 or even before that, I wanna point back to the opening verses of chapter 3 which talks about when Joshua and the israelities that camped before crossing over the river, and it says in verse 2: “After three days the officers went throughout the camp.” So this idea of three days of resting before entering that was really momentous it was almost like a sabbath, it was a pregnant resting. The Lord is saying: Hey guys, take a little breather, take a vacation, meditate on what you are going into, and I think also He was asking to meditate about what you have gone through in the past, and take this time as you anticipate an incredible moment in your history, take time to ingest, to meditate upon all the things that have transpired up to this moment.

As if God was saying: Look, you are about to face some incredible challenges, there’s gonna be giants, there is going to be battles, there is gonna be giants, there are going to be wars to be fought and you are going to need some time to rest and receive the strength of the Lord so that you can be up to everything God has called you to do.

Again, just to share something very personal: Pastor Roberto is sharing that in the thirty three years of pastoring this Congregation and thirty five years of being a founding member of this Church, in 1982, February of 1982, 35 years we have been with this Congregation, 34 of those years have been as Pastors of the Church, I didn’t even told my wife about what I’m gonna say about this morning but she knows about it because we have talked about it, Greg I talked about this and I had a very prophetic conversation with Anita, I will say her name, she’s a very prophetic woman, I respect her prophetic call, in these 35 years there has been a lot of craziness, a lot of challenges, all about the building, financial stress, all the different situations that have come up, and in this time just to share it personally, I haven’t taken a sabbatical time, and you know, this has been a time of many traumas, in the thirty some years of ministry we have gone through a lot of difficult moments, you know but the Lord has made me strong and I have never taken more than a couple of weeks at a time, we take vacations of a few days here and there and that kind of time but never a time when my system can really drink in some sustained rest, and I have been just plowing through deaths of loved ones, great moments in our life, I have never taken any time, and this is not for you to pity me by the way, I’m being very honest here, I’m using this time to say this in a very prophetic way before you.

I don’t know what word to use, my system, some part of the nervous system, some part of the hormonal system that needs some rest, she has come to insist impertinently sometimes telling me that the Lord spoke to her about me taking that time, so long story short I’m just gonna to very quickly because that’s not the point, but it is important, and I’m gonna take the courage that I have now just to say that I don’t intend to take a complete sabbath but I do, I am considering and I need to be honest before the Lord, I need to honor the Word of God and I need to trust the sabbath that God wants to give me before whatever lies ahead in the next few months, I think that there is something that is ahead of us that is going to require great energy and a great investment, and I cannot just go from one thing to the other without taking some time to really hear from the Lord, to pray, to rest and to know what exactly God is leading us into as a Congregation, I need to have a sabbath just to honor the Will of God to take care of this Congregation beyond my continuous efforts to keep it up.

All I am asking is really a time to, and I will confirm with the Pastors and the ushers, rather the elders of the Church, all I want is really a time when I can take freely whatever time I want, I will still be present in the Church at times, but I want a time to really just hear from the Lord, to pray, to fast, to relax, to do maybe a little bit of traveling here and there, but not to feel guilty because everybody knows that this is a sacred time that is being taken for the purposes of honoring the Lord before whatever the Lord has ahead.

So i took the courage to say: you know, I’ve been waiting for this too long, this is the moment when I read this, three days of time before they enter into that promised land I really felt the Lord saying: This is exactly what I had in mind, three months of this time of relaxation to honor the Lord. So I put that there, you don’t need to be thinking much about it, in time you will know more about it.

Let’s go back to Deuteronomy chapter 8 where the Lord told the people of Israel to remember the whole journey that they had traveled all these 40 years through the desert and to relearn from that, to remember their journey and all that they had learned.

I want to remember, I want to memorialize, I wanna think about this desert that the Lord has been leading me and leading this Congregation for thirty some years up to this point. We have been traveling from Cambridge to Boston, we traveled from being a conventional baptist Church to being a charismatic Church, we have traveled from being a very inner-oriented Church to being a very socially involved Church, we have traveled from being a very monolithic latino Church to being a very diverse Congregation, we have been traveling in all kinds of ways and we need to take time, what is it that the Lord has been doing all during this time?

We need to consecrate all these efforts to the Lord, because I know that all of this training, all of this acquisition of an identity that is reaching a point of maturity there is a reason for it, and this is no coincidence in so many different ways, and God has a purpose in implanting this incredibly diverse strategic point of the city in this incredibly strategic city of an incredibly strategic nation, there is a reason for that, and we need to memorialize all this trajectory and to sanctify before the Lord.

And the instructions in verse 3 giving orders to the people are: “When you see the ark of the covenant of the LORD, your God, and the levitical priests carrying it, you are to move out from your positions, and follow it.”

Now the instructions are clear: when it’s time to move they need to keep their eyes on the ark, it’s when the ark moves that you will then get up from your positions and you will follow that ark wherever it goes. Now that ark is not just anything, it is an important symbolic and real spiritual channel for God’s Power and Presence among the people, keeping their eyes on the ark meant to keep their eyes on the Lord.

The ark represented the living, active, personal Presence of God guiding His people speaking to them, a place of revelation and guidance. The ark encapsulated the history of God’s Power and covenant with them, the tablets, the ten commandments were there kept in the ark, a jar of mana, a symbol of God’s provision was kept always in the ark without going bad, the staff of Aaron, the priest was kept in the ark all of it representing the history of God’s history and intervention among His people. By following the ark it symbolized that they were ready to follow the authority and reality of God’s Presence among them, that they would go where He leads. And if we are going anywhere as a Church and as God’s people our priority needs to be to seek the living Presence of God among us, we can’t do anything God has called us to do unless the prophetic, living Power of the living God be manifest through us.

Moses had faced that moment of crisis when he said: Lord if Your Presence doesn’t go with us then don’t send us up from this place. Moses wasn’t satisfied with just God saying: Yes, he needed a demonstration, a sign of the fact that God would go with them in Power, he longed for an encounter with the Lord. In Exodus 33 the Lord told him: Moses, My Presence will go with you and I will give you rest.

So I think that the Lord is inviting us as well to learn to be more than we already have, a Congregation that is led by the Holy Spirit, that is spirit and power, that follows the Lord unpredictably, as the Lord moves we follow, we cannot always depend on planning ahead, we have to be prophetically driven, prophetically led and we have to learn to flow according to the Spirit, very important.

I tell our people for example, the worship team, we need to learn to flow unpredictably in the Spirit, we need to change the program if necessary, we need to put new songs in the program if necessary, if the Holy Spirit needs, we need to find flexible and mobile ways because the worship leads, the worship facilitates, and I’m trying to point that to the worship people here. If we want to be a truly pentecostal Church we need to worship the Lord in the pentecostal modality, we need to find guerrilla ways of worshipping and moving so the Holy Spirit will do whatever He wants, and we need to find the conduits and the proper way, the proper shape, the form will determine the essence and so, in our programs, in everything that we do we need to depend on the unpredictable guidance of the Holy Spirit, that is very, very important.

The levites, the ones carrying the ark that is about to go into the Jordan river are the priests, they are the ones that need to set the tone, to say: we will follow the Presence of the Lord wherever He goes. That is why among all our leaders we need warriors, people who are ready to go where God leads, whatever, whenever not setting parameters around, God’s time, my time, God’s calling, my personal will, no, it’s all about the Kingdom of God on Earth, we need leaders who are ready to set the tone on that aspect.

That’s why if we are going to become the kind of Church that we are called to be a lot of things gonna have to change, that the form needs to conform to the essence of the Spirit and not the essence to the form. We need to keep up with the Lord and keep up with the Spirit.

This is a very profound principle of institutional existence. Any institution, any corporation, any leadership consideration will tell you that essence and purpose, and vision need to define form. If structures are not conditioned to the essence and to the vision then there is a disonance, they are damaging the development of the institution.

I know we have our kids and I already want to shorten it but I also don’t want to sacrifice the content here, I’m landing here and there’s a lot of stuff but I wanna be faithful to this very important, foundational message.

After three days came the time to move, the time to leave the time for rest, the time to leave that which is familiar and throw yourself into the future of that God has even though you have not been that way before. If you want to be a spirit led person and you wanna do great things this coming year for the rest of your life you have to enter into things that would terrify you, things that would scare the heck out of you. You must leave your land and your family as the Lord called Abraham, this paradigm of spiritual journing and existence, you must leave what is familiar and enter, and then follow the land that the Lord will show you, the land that the Lord will teach you where it is, you don’t know it but the Lord will show you where that is.

And I wanna say that I have a general sense of the outlines of what God has called us to do and that’s for another message to go into some more detail about that, but in general I also know that it is something that we have not experienced up to now, this is a time of new beginnings.

“When you see the ark of the covenant, the Lord your God, the priests that are carrying, you are to move out from your positions and follow it, and then you will know which way to go since you have never been this way before.” The Holy Spirit is our guide, the Holy Spirit is our GPS to show us where we are supposed to go.

The last point I wanna make is something a little counter-intuitive but if you notice here it says that there needs to be a distance between the ark and the people, that distance is something we would not expect, we would expect closeness, but no, there is supposed to be a buffer, a distance, that distance is more than half a mile, it’s .56 of a mile. This stage here is about a hundred feet and so it was thirty times this distance from one extreme of this sanctuary to the other, thirty times the distance from where the people were following and where the ark was. So follow that Holy Spirit carefully but keep your distance.

Now some theories bring a very practical interpretation of this, maybe it could just be that you got a group of all these hundreds of thousands of people following that pillar of fire and smoke, they all needed to see that manifestation clearly at a point in the distance to be able to stay together in their movement, so that’s one theory of why.

I think it is clear that what the Lord wanted was a distance of respect, reverence, that the ark of God was such a sacred thing that you should not come near it just as you should not come near the mountain of revelation where Moses was receiving the law, if anything came near it it would be destroyed, it would be killed, so you could not be close to the mountain where God is, in that same way, look at what God says: Do not go near it, it’s very specific that you cannot touch, you cannot come irreverently near to where the ark is.

The application I feel that that is for us that as God’s people it’s not time to play with the Presence of the Holy Spirit, we need to take sanctification, take repentance, take holiness more seriously than ever, because when God moves in Power that is a time when there is less margin for hypocrisy, we need to sanctify ourselves as God’s people and to prepare for the things He is bringing us into.

We need to consecrate ourselves in every way, sanctifying means separate ourselves, dedicate ourselves wholly to the Lord and live for Him, and Him alone. We need to be a separate people, we need to stop overlooking differences between the secular and the holy, we need to live only for the Lord, everything in our power needs to be consecrated to the Lord: our finances, our time, our talents, our jobs, our marriages, our children, everything needs to be consecrated to the service of the Lord alone.

I will leave you with this phrase, verse 5 in chapter 3: “Joshua told the people, “Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow the Lord will do amazing things among you.”” And in verse 7 it says: “And the Lord said to Joshua, “Today I will begin to exalt you in the eyes of all Israel, so they may know that I am with you as I was with Moses.””

The Lord says: I am going to glorify myself, I am going to give you prestige so that the people around you will fear you, so I think that this validation of God’s Ministry and moving in our lives will have to be accompanied by signs and wonders, there’s no way around it. I have been persecuted by this conviction, that this validation of God’s Ministry and God’s call cannot be something that is merely incremental, this is something that is totally sacred where the Lord Himself validates and authenticates it through signs and wonders, and gives proof of His unavoidable support and backing of what He has for this Congregation, I would not be satisfied with anything less than that by the way, I would not be satisfied with anything less than signs and wonders that validate His Presence in our goals.

I see too many applications of miracles these days that are more mass hysteria than anything else, I see a lot of lying even among the people of God, well intentioned, because we feel that if God is getting the glory then it’s fine, so we exaggerate, we obfuscate, we oversimplify, we over-report, we are lax in what we are calling a miracle but all that we are doing is discrediting the miraculous, and I’m holding off, I’m holding on, I don’t want substitutes, I do not want things that can be poured down by cynical observers as supposed miracles these days.

Most of the miracles and I say this with a lot of fear and trembling, most of the miracles that are reported among God’s people these days are not so, they are miracles for friendly audiences, they do not resist scrutiny, rational, critical scrutiny. I am too much a man of the mind to ignore that fact, and we have to be honest, God doesn’t need our help, God doesn’t need cosmetics, God doesn’t need cosmetics.

Some people might thing that I am a little bit cold on the whole miracle thing because you don’t see a lot of stuff that we talk about here, it’s not that I don’t take miracles and wonder about them seriously because I do, because I want the real thing among us and we will not settle for anything less.

There’s a chorus that says: we will not be satisfied with anything ordinary, Marlene if you can find it please get it there, and let’s, again, in the Name of Jesus I declare this Word of God right now. Father: I have been obedient with fear and trembling, and even a sense of embarrassment in declaring this Word, You know my heart Father, You know my temperament, I have done it in obedience to You, now honor Your Word Father. At times I am ashamed in my own timidity but I declare these things to You.

Now Father: honor Your Word and bless us with the destiny that I believe You have declared for us, we open ourselves to Your impregnation Father. Father You told Mary that You would come upon her and that You would impregnate her with the Holy life of the Savior and that that Holy life would be conceived within her, it would be a mix of divinity and humanity because you fertilized her womb, and so I pray that right now Holy Spirit You, Your shekinah glory will descend upon this Congregation and that You will impregnate us just as Mary, we are incapable of baring the fruit that you require Father, we are sterile in the way we are, just like Your people is sterile, they have disqualified themselves, they have proven that they were not able to do what You needed them to do and that only by Your sheer Grace and mercy could they have aspired to do the things that You told them that they could do, and I confess the same state both for myself and for my Congregation, we require a conception that comes from the Lord.

Right now, people of God, receive the impregnation that comes from the Lord, receive the fertilizing Power of God upon your life. God needs the human part, yes, all of our brokenness, our humanity, God requires it as well, our talents, our giftings, our money, our time, all that He requires it and I pray that the Lord even upon our sinfulness He will fall as well but also upon our endowments that He has made possible as creatures that walk over this Earth.

So Father, let Your Church enter into that time where we move in the supernatural and in the humanity as well, impregnate us right now Father, fertilize us with Your gifting and Your supernatural Power, we receive it and we declare Your Word upon Your people. In the Name of Jesus, amen, amen.


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