Musing: Now what
f you thought things were “nuts” before the events in Washington the other night. well things are worse. It has sent America and its people into even more division we’ve had the last four years. Everyone’s emotions are running wild. That seems to be an accurate statement.
If you thought there was division before the division now is worse. Yes, division is the devil’s play ground.
People are expressing themselves and sadly once its said it can’t be taken back. Hey, I have lots of thoughts and emotions and this is a time to do as Paul says, to “, bringing every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ.” 2 Corinthians 10:5
Perhaps there has never been a time when we must not react but rather respond. We must be honest and say, “I need the mind of God.” For sure there needs to be the application of:
We must remember God is neither deaf or blind. He has seen and heard everything. Wouldn’t this be the time that the sons and daughters of God demonstrate his heart and his character.
This is OUR TIME to be an example. I’m not saying we shouldn’t have strong emotions I saying those thoughts and emotions must carry the heart and breath of God. This is our time to shine.
I’m convinced God is looking for people he can work through. Those that will carry his heart, his mind, His attitude. Frankly the world doesn’t need more carnal attitudes running around.
I implore you by the mercies of God we must be the priesthood of Jesus right now. We cannot give ourselves permission to be carnal.
I believe the Lord is counting on us. We can carry out our plans and strategies or carry out His plans and strategies.
If we are going to live in our flesh there will be no need for you to carry the anointing.
Ezekiel 22:30 “So I sought for a man among them who would make a wall, and stand in the gap before Me on behalf of the land”
The verse concludes by saying - “but I found no one.” I think He has found YOU…
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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.