Over the past few days I once again became more profoundly aware that the eternal God knows EVERYTHING about me about you - EVERYTHING. Imagine the one that created everything thinks about you.
Yet in His knowing us there is this bellowing voice that is coming from the most glorious and indescribable throne room full of angels singing. Can you hear it? It is so loud that it causes you to fall to your knees and weep with overwhelming joy. There are only three words - “I LOVE YOU.” Over and over again He speaks. “I LOVE YOU.” He is sending his angels to every corner of the world and they are saying He loved you so much that He sent HIS SON to pay all your debts and there is no sin that his blood doesn’t totally and completely abolish. To the point there is not even a memory of our sin. HE DOES NOT REMEMBER.
Micah 7:18-19 (Message Bible) “Where is the god who can compare with you--
wiping the slate clean of guilt, Turning a blind eye, a deaf ear, to the past sins of your purged and precious people? You don’t nurse your anger and don’t stay angry long, for mercy is your specialty. That’s what you love most. And compassion is on its way to us. You’ll stamp out our wrongdoing. You’ll sink our sins to the bottom of the ocean.”
In Revelation 2 & 3 eight times the Holy Spirit speaks to the people from the seven churches and says, “I know your works.” and in Psalms it says:
Is your heart broken? Are you grieving over the state of America? More than ever I can identify with Jesus as he entered the city of Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. Jesus was looking at the condition of Israel and he was also looking to the future
of Israel and he broke down and wept.
I remember the verse in Isaiah where he says, “wrong would would be right and right wrong.”
Isaiah 5:20-22 (CEV) “You are headed for trouble! You say wrong is right, darkness is light, and bitter is sweet. 21 You think you are clever and smart. 22 And you are great at drinking and mixing drinks. But you are in for trouble”
Isaiah says we are headed for trouble or is trouble already here? He said people would see themselves as clever and smart. Was he foreseeing something beyond Israel?
What has happened to America? Yes, we have some serious problems but the following verse says it all.
Yes, we need justice for George Floyd but shouldn’t we also get justice for all the businesses that have been destroyed and had things stolen? Justice for all the police who have been hurt?
We are trying to resolve a spiritual problem with natural/political methods .
Praying for revival… Praying that every believer would carry the spirit of revival.
Pastor Brian R. Weeks began ministering in 1972 and has served as a pastor to both youth and young adults. He also served as an associate pastor for eleven years, and then for 25 years as a senior pastor, apostolic missionary, and church planter. In March of 2017 he released his church Solomon’s Porch, but in order to remain part of the local church, continues to serve among its several pastors.