The story of the triumphal entry by Jesus into Jerusalem, the cursing of the fig tree, and the teaching of mountain-moving faith are all connected. Until the proper connections are made, we give a false identity to the mountains that need to be moved. The mountains are structures in the astral plane used by principalities, powers, and rulers of darkness that serve as their thrones over humanity. These mountains need to be moved to see the final revival on planet Earth!
Tag: Preparation of the Remnant
We are in an overlapping of prophetic seasons: Purim and Pentecost. Therefore, we are tarrying for Heaven to restore justice in our lives and nations. Tarrying does not mean we are just waiting for God to do something. Tarrying is intertwining ourselves in God and His Word. As pressure mounts in the world, our holy task is to create counterpressure of the Kingdom of God within us.
We are in the days of the counting of the Omer. On the first day of Pentecost, the Torah (i.e., the Word of God and God’s instruction) was given to God’s people. On the day of Pentecost, after the resurrection of the Messiah, the fire of God was given to empower God’s people to live the Word from their hearts. We are on a countdown to a new fire and refreshing of God being established in the lives of the Remnant.
From the fall of Lucifer to our present age, the war that is being waged is God’s divine order vs. Hell’s Chaos. The Kingdom of God brings God’s order, peace, and purpose. Hell’s chaos is rampant in the world to bring disorder, darkness, and pain. Heaven is releasing a fresh anointing to bring the Kingdom’s order in every situation.
Both the story of Passover and when Joshua was preparing to take Jericho teaches the modern Church an important lesson regarding the covenant. When we take our covenant seriously, heaven moves, and hell trembles. In the current prophetic season, heaven is calling us to a new level of fidelity regarding the covenant we have with our King.
The parable of the prodigal son is one of the most powerful stories about redemption that Jesus ever taught. This parable can be examined from many angles: the prodigal son, the father, and the elder brother. There are more dynamics involved with the elder brother than most realize. We are in a season of God bringing the prodigal children home. We must examine our hearts to ensure we are ready for their return.