We’ve got to be careful that our preconceived ideas of what church should ‘look like’, doesn’t get in the way of what God is doing on the earth now!
We deprive ourselves of fresh revelation when we close our mind & spirit to new things. Always check the word but don’t let fear keep you in a place of the old.
Revival is ‘brewing’, but God needs a people who will be ready to move with God no matter what it looks like! We cannot put conditions on how Holy Spirit moves in this hour. Doing so, is like throwing sand into a water-well. We end up being dry because we can’t drink ‘mud’.
Revival has many faces, we cannot put it into a ‘box’ of past revivals or our own contexts. We can draw from those revivals, but don’t dismiss the new because it doesn’t look like the old.
Where there is Revival, the presence AND power of GOD will always manifest. Signs, wonders and miracles will be present, and we will see new and fresh revelation released into the hearts of leaders and over the Bride of Christ.
It will be like fresh oil running down the head, beard, shoulders, and body of Aaron in Psalm 133, with an increase of the supernatural work of Holy Spirit manifest. There will be a unity in the Body of Christ that can only be possible through the power of Holy Spirit.
What it all looks like, and how it all manifests, is up to God!
We must just be ready, obedient and pray for discernment to watch and know what The Spirit is saying to our churches in this hour.
Watch, see, pray and get ready for activation!
2 Corinthians 5:5, 17
“Now the one who has fashioned us for this very purpose is God, who has given us the Spirit as a deposit, guaranteeing what is to come. (17) Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!” (NIV)
Apostle Deborah Bell
Lead Apostle, DGFC & DG Apostolic Network