Wednesday, October 28, 2009

God's Day Begins at Night


Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good; and God divided the light from the darkness. God called the light Day, and the darkness He called Night. So the evening and the morning were the first day. – Genesis 1:3-5

God’s day, as referenced above, has little to do with the physical daylight that you experience with your senses. As you read in the above passage, the evening and then the morning were the first day. Note that neither the sun nor the moon was yet created. That occurred on the fourth day of creation. The light that you read about on the first day is not the physical light of those celestial bodies, but rather it is translated “illumination (understanding), glory, prosperity and joy.” Darkness on the other hand is translated “obscurity, confusion, blindness, vagueness, perplexity”.

When God declares light into your circumstances there may be a period of “evening” before the “morning” breaks through, but be assured that a new day has begun!


Friday, October 16, 2009

No Limits, No Boundaries

We love to sing that wonderful song by Israel Houghton, but do we really believe it? I hear The Lord saying, “Why do you limit Me to doing miracles that are similar to what you read of in the Bible? Do I not go from glory to glory? Am I not your Exceeding Great Reward? Am I not the Creator of all things? Why then, limit Me to a “Jericho experience” or a “five loaves and two fish” miracle? Can I, The Lord God Almighty, not do exceedingly above that? Therefore stop limiting your mind to the boundaries of yesteryear. Run after Me for all you’ve got. Notice I said run after Me – not after the things or the events – for I have hidden everything in Me. Run after Me, for in Me there are no limits, no boundaries.”

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