Greater Things

Matthew 9 v 16-17
No one sews a patch of unshrunk cloth on an old garment, for the patch will pull away from the garment, making the tear worse.
Neither do men pour new wine into old wineskins, if they do, the skins will burst, the wine will run out and the wineskins and the wine will be ruined.
No, they pour new wine into new wineskins, and both are preserved.

We are going to witness, in these days; demonstrations of God's love and power through miracles, signs and wonders.
These manifestations will leave us speechless and in praise of the Lord Jesus Christ.
God is demanding that we operate by His principals. We cannot operate from old models of operation which worked in the past.
The Lord God is doing a new thing.
And for the church to align itself with this new thing will require letting go of the old. "Matt 9 v 16-17"

The truth which lies herein is profound, and yet is plain. The old cannot mix with the new.
The old cannot contain the new. In the early church this scripture applied to the mixing of Judaism and Christianity.
This new mindset is being brought forth in and by the revelation, and manifestation of the Glory of God today. Godly change is hard for the church to embrace. If they cannot tolerate Godly change, then they will certainly not embrace the new which He is bringing about.
There is nothing in the unseen world that is going to remain unseen.
Ephesians 3 v 20, "Exceedingly abundantly beyond all that we can ask or think."
This move of The Lord will not happen by conventional means or by the household names of people we know. Neither will this move of God have a reference point as did the faith movement; this move will not need a human reference point.
The only reference will be the Holy Spirit revealing Jesus to mankind in the fullness of His Glory through the saints.

We are about to see the full manifestation of the resurrection power of Jesus Christ as the Bride arises from childhood to maturity.
Presenting ourselves as vessels of worship is the key to accessing the realm of the Glory of God, and it is in this realm we obtain our miracles.
For the New Year, "Let's expect the unexpected"
In The Name of our Lord and Savour Jesus Christ. Be blessed.

Pastor Dennis du Plessis
Freedom Ministries - Prayer and Healing Centre


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