Change is Coming

Change is Coming

The day of acquiescing with the words and teachings of the Kingdom is coming to an end. The time of the disciples walking, learning and hearing of His words ended abruptly in His crucifixion. Within the scope of ONE DAY everything changed. These disciples now must become Apostles. The truth of Emanuel (God with us) must give way to the Christ within (God IN us). He must go from being our teacher to being our Lord. We must go from needing bread to being bread. This is the day of substance and reality. He is coming for our words, our vows and our hearts. In the dawning of His Day the hearts of all men will be revealed. It is not a day to boast in our knowledge or zeal, it is a day to tremble and to humble ourselves under His mighty hand.

“The lofty looks of man shall be humbled,
and the haughtiness of men shall be bowed down,
and the Lord alone shall be exalted in that day”
Isaiah 2:11

Brian Troxel
www.aword.info

3 thoughts on “Change is Coming”

  1. This is what I’ve been hearing lately, and seeing as a door opening before me. But it only truly takes shape as I step through it. To serve God in this hour is to boldly defy and cut down the uncircumcised Philistine and overstep the advice of all men. Religious men say that David served as a type of Christ; but they refuse to go beyond David into themselves, to see that we also are to be the same – even Christ’s body as He moves in the earth waging war through us. They call this a blasphemous and carnal usurpation of God’s authority for they know neither His indwelling nor its purpose.

    2 Corinthians 4:6 ESV
    For God, who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.

  2. Brian: Earlier today I was watching this TV program called DISCOVERING THE JEWISH JESUS with Rabbi Schneider. He was studying the Hebrew name for Yahweh. He said that Yahweh is not a noun, but a VERB. I have never heard of that before. He said in so many words that Yahweh was a name that described a continuing process.

    Like I said in a comment on your blog a while back, I would rather say that I abide in Christ right here right now than to say that I was saved 20, 30 or 40 years ago. Abiding in Christ is timelessness, because of course, Christ is eternal and timeless.

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