“A revival of Christ walking in the midst of the golden candlesticks means consequentially that there is a revival of his sword fighting against rebellious churches, and a revival of his hand laying rebellious church members upon beds of sicknesses, and killing their children with death.”  Jacob Gardner

 

1:12:50  “It’s past the time for making vows.  It’s time to pay our vows to God.  It’s no longer time to whisper sweet nothings in the Lord Jesus’ ear. It’s no longer time to have good desires.  It’s time to stop flattering God with our words.”

1:13:43 “Now is the time.  No more games brethren.  As we come closer and closer into this biblical proportion of grace, corporately speaking, where Christ is more known in our host than he presently is.  Where it’s no longer said that he is in us – that is individually speaking.  But we can’t fully say with good conscience that he is among us in the fullest expressions of what that would look like biblically.”

1:14:43  “I remember the other morning I was praying and I was reading chapter four.  And as I was reading chapter four I began to see these realities of judgement – just what it would look like – a revival of the covenant of Israel, a revival of judgement, a revival of Christ walking in the midst of the golden candlesticks means consequentially that there is a revival of his sword fighting against rebellious churches, and a revival of his hand laying rebellious church members upon beds of sicknesses, and killing their children with death.  There is a revival of Christ among the churches burning with holy jealousy which is cruel as the grave.  I was just seeing these things – the consequence of what it would look like – him coming into our midst in full volume.”

1:16:24  “This is how near God wants to come to us.  Where it’s no longer delayed.  His judgments and his sword no longer sleeps or tarries.  It’s no longer delaying, but it’s upon us; it’s with us; it’s among us.”

1:17:17 “Let’s pay our vows to God – together.”

 

 

 

 

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