An Introduction from My Heart
This chronological commitment to you is daily revelations and observations I am submitting to your spirit, and they are for your consideration. Paul in 2 Timothy 2:7 admonished, "consider what I say and the Lord will give you understanding."
God has given His holy apostles and prophets access and the ability to articulate and communicate end-time revelations that are related not only to the church but to societal, governmental, civic, and global interests in the earth.
No matter how accurate a word is, it is influenced by the speaker’s office, history, call, assignment, experience, culture, personality, temperament, gender, and prominent gifts.
The more present and available the author is; the more educated and developed; the greater the longevity of their tenure, the more relevant and current, the more adaptive and submitted they are to the changes and the shifts God is mandating; the more exposure they have had to Pentecostal movements (and to the voices of those movements who sired, nurtured, tutored, and governed them – those voices that now sleep – and that provided an anointing past for a present future time); the more traveled a ministry gift is in the realm of the natural, and in the realm of the spirit – the greater advantage and accuracy a ministry gift has when relaying these truths.
Communicating these truths is a privilege, for they are a grace that must be received by deep humility and reverential fear, honored, valued, and handled in such a way where they can be imparted and transferred to the next generation with a greater weight, greater dimension and acceleration far beyond what was originally received. And that vessel knows that their communication of those truths affects 'the future that is present and the future that is to come' TM.
The Church’s inability to understand, comprehend, communicate, and employ revelation is due to many factors. Many have not had a true born again experience; they are not baptized in the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues with His functions and endowments (the fruits and graces of the Spirit). Still others have not entered into the season of sanctification, and they have not been taught and modeled the spirit world, spirit reality, and spirit life. They have not been shepherded, fathered, nurtured, and developed. They have not been submitted to earthly and heavenly authority. They are functioning from a very diminished, adolescent place. They have not been given to strong meat. Hebrews 5:14
There are select scriptures that I often refer to and that have been pivotal to my apostolic call. I review, ponder, and meditate upon them nearly every day – some exhortations, some laws, some prohibitions, some warnings, some encouragements, some admonitions. And no matter how many times I have read them, the reality of these words is evidenced to me in new and fresh ways each day. One of these scriptures is, "But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned." 2 Corinthians 2:14
So much of what you will read during this chronology – how you receive it, how you perceive it, and how you language it will be evidenced by who and what you are under and where you are in your development, because the things of the Spirit are discerned by spirit beings, alive unto God.
One of the statements I frequently make on the radio is the phrase, "the preceding word and the continuing sentence." The Church often refuses to realize that God’s distribution of knowledge is ‘in part’. 1 Corinthians 13:12 It's sometimes suspended, sometimes abbreviated – because the administration of the Word is dependent upon how we have responded to seasons of preparation designed to make us ready to hear and receive what in times past has been difficult.
1 Corinthians 13:10 says, "When that which is perfect has come," and part of the revelation of that scripture is to know that when the perfect man comes, he can receive the whole of the part of what God is saying.
2 Peter 1:11 is another permanent fixture in my spirit, "For so an entrance shall be ministered unto you..." There are portals and places that you will only have access to when you are led by those who frequent those realms and who have been afforded the privilege and responsibility of occupying them. An entrance must be ministered to access those places.
My heart’s desire and prayer to God is that those who are in the initial development of greater spirituality and acuity will be provoked to submit to the Spirit and to search the scriptures for the validation of things submitted. And to those who are being prepared for the next dispensational move of God, that you will receive the confidence of a greater confirmation of the assignment of your call, and the method by which God has introduced His musings and meditations to you as they have often seemed foreign and contrary to the present, carnal administration of Holy Doctrine as you have known it.