Promise land

Promised land

Then I heard the Lord speak in His holy splendor, and from His sanctuary I heard the Lord promise: In my triumph I will be the one to measure out the portion of My inheritance to My people, and I will secure the land as I promised you Psalms 108:7-9

I stood on the high places in thick mist waiting upon the Lord for a long time.. Then He lifted the fog and i saw a land completely burned down, only black ashes remained. I heard Him ask me, will you take this promised land? Will you sing with faith and love over the land until the rain come and green life break through the black crust?

Then He took me to a barren dry desolated land and He ask me will you sow seeds of Life in this promised land - will you work the land until the fertile crops grow and the birds return to sing again.

He then took me to many broken down ruins and ask me, will you rebuild the foundation stones of this promised land on truth and according to My blue prints?

When we hear “promised land” we mostly envisioned lush fertile lands of green pastures and flowing brooks, a land of milk and honey Numbers 14:7-9. When Joshua and Caleb led the people into their promised land - they had the promises of God and there faith in Him - but they had to fight for every inch until it belong to the tribes of God. For their promised land were for the longest of time enemy territory - filled with fortified cities, blood thirsty giants and a multitudes of ancient enemies..But God is faithful and went before them until every promise were fulfilled. For Yahweh said: I have given you every place on which the sole of your foot treads, just as I promised to Moses. No man will be able to stand before you to oppose you as long as you live. Just as I was present with Moses, so will I be with you; I will not fail you or abandon you. Be strong and confident and courageous, for you will give this people as an inheritance the land which I swore to their fathers ancestors to give them Joshua 1:3, 5-6

Passover celebrate Jesus victory over the powers of darkness. Passover expresses our faith that we are set free from the powers of darkness and oppression, even during the struggle against the darkness. The victory of Passover is a divinely given freedom, a rebirth produced by the Spirit of God.

Beloved, it is time to take back that what was promised to us and disposes darkness from it. It is not the time to look with your physical eyes to see the burned down, barren lands and the broken ancient ruins - but to see what He see - for He calls it our promised land. Now, if anyone is enfolded into Christ, he has become an entirely new person. All that is related to the old order has vanished. Behold, everything is fresh and new. And God has made all things new, and reconciled us to himself, and given us the ministry of reconciling others to God. In other words, it was through the Anointed One that God was shepherding the world.. opening the door of reconciliation and victory 2 Corin 5:17-19.

So God brought out His chosen ones with singing; with a joyful shout they were set free! He gave them lands and nations, just like He promised. Fruitful lands of crops they had never planted were now theirs. All this was done for them so that they would be faithful to keep the ways of God, obeying His laws and following His truths. Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!

Psalms 105:43-45

Let us passover and take dominion for our God for all was fulfilled through the finished work/nishlam of the cross.

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