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WORLD TRUMPET MISSION PRAYER TEACHINGS SERIES COMBAT IN THE HEAVENLIES 2 - Abrahamic Strategy

We have had an overview of what happens in the heavenly realm and the testimony of the gentleman who had been an agent of the devil and finally got converted. We also had an overview of what he shared about what happens in the spiritual realm. That was just an introduction to a very deep topic, which we shall endeavor to learn. Today we will begin the journey on how to take our land through breakthrough prayer. I will begin with a story of what has been happening in our country over the last 10 or so years since the early 90s. All 1 over the world, people hear that there is a national revival going on in Uganda and you dont know how it came about; but it was through the hard situation our country was in experiencing war after war and finally AIDS outbreak. From 1962 1986, we had 10 presidents and bloodshed after bloodshed. Whenever these upheavals of the devil happened, the church went into prayer, against bad governance in the land. Whenever the government was ousted and relative peace came with a new regime, the church would sit back and stop praying. In 1987 a situation came about, which had nothing to do with bad governance or evil leaders destroying the nation; but the dreaded AIDS. The church went into a time of seeking God in fasting and prayer mainly asking God what is wrong with our country? Why is it that bad things always happen to Uganda? When Iddi Amin came we had bloodshed, then Obote came and killed people, when the guerrilla soldiers ousted him the killings followed. There still is bloodshed in the north of Uganda with Kony and LRA. Now this is not a war, but disease that is killing us. At that time, Uganda had been declared, the nation worst hit by AIDS by the World Health Organization (WHO). (Ref. Transforming Your World by John Mulinde) During that time, God revealed to us that it was the same devil using different tactics. He said, The church has not known its enemy. You think Iddi Amin or Obote or the soldiers are your enemy, but at all times, the devil is your enemy using different targets to destroy the nation. He is the one who came through the region killing people, now he has changed tactics and is using AIDS to kill your nation. He has only three agenda, which are to steal, kill and destroy. People are not your target, but the devil and his works against you. THE VISION John Mulinde and other spiritual leaders had been asking God What is the way forward for Uganda? Why Uganda every time? Even the outside world knows that Uganda as a people are self destructive! They are killing themselves. Neighboring countries like Tanzania and Kenya have closed their borders to us. We are stigmatized by the whole world for being perpetual bedfellows with trouble and trauma. During the long season of seeking the Lord, John got a vision. In this vision he saw himself with other colleagues in his ministry going to the lake for a fishing expedition. They reached the lake and cast their nets, and after some time there seemed to be a catch and they began pulling the nets but they were too heavy and the team were very few. John said to them, Go back to the ministry centre and call the rest of our colleagues to help us pull this net out of the water. This is a very big catch. As the workers started to leave, John heard a voice telling him, John, the work is too big for you. You cannot do it as any one ministry, denomination or church. Call everyone you can, those who are near and those who are far away; as many as are willing to help. John called back his colleagues and told them Go to everyone from every other ministry who is willing to come, go to those near and those who are far to come and help us pull this net out of the water. Johns colleagues finally left him, and after some time, many people started coming to the lake. Some were in small groups others in big groups but each group had two things they had come with: 1. Each group came with its own name. They were people from different ministries and churches. Some were from Full Gospel Churches, others from Lutheran church, and others
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from Anglican churches, Baptist churches, Methodist, Catholic and many other banners. There were so many churches and ministries and they were written on their placards and banners. Some came in hundreds, others in tens or fives. 2. Each group came with a rope. When they reached the lake they tied their ropes on the net and started helping to pull it out. It was heavy work, but all worked together and the whole group managed to get it out of the water. To their amazement when the nets came out of water, there was no fish, but there was a big rock in the shape of the map of Uganda! John wondered, It is not a catch of fish, but what does it mean? He heard a voice telling him John, give me a net and I will fish your nation out of troubled waters. John came out of the vision, went into prayer, and asked God, What do you mean by a net? What about the other people who came with their ministries and their own names? God told him, Unless you start instituting a network of united prayer all over the nation of Uganda, you cannot overcome the evil principality ruling over your nation. Unless you get a vision that goes beyond your ministry and denominational boundaries, and see the bigger picture of My purposes for Uganda, you can never overcome the evil principality nor begin to establish My Kingdom in Uganda. God told Him I have so many people in so many denominations, even in places you cannot imagine. They are in the Lutheran, Pentecostal Anglican, Baptist, Protestant, Catholic churches and numerous other ministries. Every single ministry, denomination and Church has a peculiar anointing. I have posted people there so that as you come together in unity of purpose, they come with their unique ministry anointing and covering mantles upon their lives. In coming together like that, there will be a greater cooperate anointing upon the people, because of unity from the different churches, denominations and ministries. Under that covering, you have greater legal ground to come against the principality ruling over your nation. That is why I told you to call those who are near and those who are far away to join together. Any single ministry, church or denomination, no matter how big, can never do the work of bringing My kingdom single-handedly into any nation, it must be the whole Body of Christ. John asked, God how can we do this? God said, I have already got people in different parts of your nation. You will work with them. If you go out and sell this vision to them, many will come out and work together with you. It does not mean they will turn away from their denominations, churches or ministries, but I will use them right where they are to build the net. RAISING PRAYER ALTARS The ministry started going out on mission, mobilizing people in various ministries, churches and denominations to pray together, but we did not know how to institute this net of prayer. As the time of seeking God went on, John was asking God how shall we make a net of prayer all over the land of Uganda? God said, I am calling for every individual life to start prayer. Let every Christian family start prayer. Let there be prayer going on in every church, because by that, you are giving Me legal ground to work in your land. John said, But God what is the Biblical basis for this? How can we go and tell people to start prayer? How do we pray? Hasnt there been so much prayer going on in this land? God told him. Just as you saw the fishing net woven together, where two threads meet there is a knot. Let every knot be a prayer altar in your nation. It was the first time to hear the word prayer altar in this context. And John asked God what is an altar? How can we put up altars all over the land? Are we going to collect firewood and raise altars like the old days? Isnt that like having a shrine? What do You mean? Then God told him to use a strategy in the Bible - The Abrahamic Strategy. God said, I am not telling you a new thing. It has happened in the Bible. That is the strategy Abraham used to take the land of Canaan. Today, even if nations fight against Israel, no matter how many come against her, they cannot take the land; because there was a man who went through the land and set up prayer altars; taking the land for the Kingdom of the living God. God told John this is the strategy you will use, not only in Uganda but in whichever nation I send you. They too have to use it to purge the land, prepare the spiritual ground and call upon My presence. You will only find success in what you are doing in the physical realm, after you have won the battle in the spiritual realm.

Genesis 121-7 Now the Lord had said to Abram; Get out of your country, from your family and from your fathers house, to a land that I will show you. I will make your name great; and you shall be a blessing. I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse him who curses you; and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed. So Abram departed as the Lord had spoken to him, and Lot went with him. And Abram was seventy-five years old when he departed from Haran. Then Abram took Sarai his wife and Lot his brothers son, and all their possessions that they had gathered, and the people whom they had acquired in Haran, and they departed to go to the land of Canaan. So they came to the land of Canaan. Abram passed through the land to the place of Shechem, as far as the Terebinth tree of Moreh. And the Canaanites were there in the land. Then the Lord appeared to Abram and said, to your descendants I will give this land. And there he built an altar to the Lord who had appeared to him. We see that God asked Abraham to leave his homeland, and all he was used to, to go to a strange new land. Abraham obeyed and set off to Canaan. When he reached there God told him this is the land. The Bible says, so he built an altar there to the Lord who appeared to him. In Vs 8 And he moved from there to the mountain east of Bethel and he pitched his tent with Bethel on the west and Ai on the east; there he built an altar to the Lord and called on the name of the Lord Wherever Abram went, he erected an altar to the Lord or kept the existing ones functioning. In places where he did not build an altar, the spirit of the land2 overcame him e.g. when he went down to Egypt. When he came back in Genesis 13:4,18 Unto the place of the altar, which he had made there at the first: and there, Abram called on the name of the Lord. Then Abram removed his tent and came and dwelt in the plain of Mamre, which is in Hebron, and built there an altar to the Lord. Please note that in every new territory mentioned in Genesis 12-14, the Bible is careful to point out the people of the land and their condition. When Abram comes into Canaan the Bible says that the Canaanite was in the land. On their way to Egypt, Abram describes the Egyptians as wicked people who would kill him for his beautiful wife. Again, when they parted with Lot the Bible says of the people of Sodom; the men of Sodom were wicked and sinners before the Lord exceedingly. That should teach us that the territories into which Abram and Lot entered had people who were evil and sinners. Their situation was not unique to ours today. The lands where we are have exceedingly wicked people who have practices that are totally against the kingdom of God. Today every thing around us is laced with wickedness. Many Christians do not want to deal with spiritual warfare over their nations and communities because there is no faith that God can change their communities, which are too sinful. Abraham was living among very sinful and evil people in the land. In Genesis 15:16-21 we see how God talked about judging the inhabitants of Canaan when their sin had reached its fullness. The people of the land had their gods and they worshiped them. They had different altars erected in that land, but there a man called Abraham, used that very strategy of erecting altars to the Living God. Abraham was the first man in the land to call upon the name of the Living God Jehovah. The Bible may be make one sentence saying And Abraham built an altar, but it was not easy. Everywhere it appears, it is a very loaded statement. He was contending with the demon gods that ruled over the land of the Canaan. We shall learn later in spiritual warfare, that the demon gods dont rule the land unless they have a covenant with the people. By building altars to the Living God, Abraham was undoing the work of the enemy. He was destroying the system the Canaanites were using in worshipping their gods. When he came back from Egypt after the famine he went on with the ministry of reestablishing contact with His God, or building new altars in Canaan.

Ref: Transforming Your World John Mulinde: 2005 Progressive Vision Publishing Jerusalem Israel

When God was speaking to John about this Abrahamic strategy, the word God gave him was from Genesis 1317 go through the length and breadth of the land for I give it to you. Wherever you go, set up an altar and call on the name of the Lord.3 Wherever Abraham went he would set up an altar and called on the name of the Lord. That means he contended with the demon gods of that area. Then he would go to another place, and contend with another demon god. Why? One of the effects of raising a prayer altar, as we will see later, brings down the presence of God. Altars give the god you are serving a legal ground to work in the land. In other words when you set up a prayer altar to the Living God Jehovah, you are saying let Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Abraham went on building and maintaining prayer altars all the days of his life and he also taught his children to do so. Even when Isaac was grown up he also started building altars. We can read that in Gen 26:23-25. Then he went up from there to Beersheba. And the Lord appeared to him the same night and said, I am the God of your father Abraham; do not fear, for I am with you. I will bless you and multiply your descendants for My servant Abrahams sake. So he built an altar there and called on the name of the Lord, and he pitched this tent there; and there Isaacs servants dug a well. The strategy did not stop with Abraham. When Isaac grew up he went on with the ministry of setting up altars. In other words he was sustaining the claim over the land from the gods of Canaanites to the King Jehovah God. Even after Isaac, came Jacob in Gen 3318Then Jacob came safely to the city of Shechem, which is in the land of Canaan, when he came from Padan Aram; and he pitched his tent before the city. And he bought the parcel of land, where he had pitched his tent, from the children of Hamor, Shechems father, for one hundred pieces of money. Then he erected an altar there and called it El Elohe Israel. This practice went on from generation to generation. They were purging the land and claiming it to be of Jehovah God. They were contending with the demon gods ruling that land as they called on the presence of God to come upon it and stay. They were claiming the land from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of God. It was not warfare. Today the guardian principality over Israel is Michael the arch-angel (Daniel 12:1). Abraham had paid a price. Even after more than 4000 years from the days of Genesis, the demon gods cannot overcome the land because it took Abraham Isaac and Jacob many years to purge the land, and cleanse the firmament above it. WHAT ARE ALTARS? Therefore in todays context, what is an altar? It is a place and time set aside for the purposes of communing with God in worship, intercession and fellowship. It can be anywhere and at any time and as often as is allowed. What is the purpose of Altars? 1. Altars are places of worship: In other words, God is calling us to set up places of worship and what we call an altar. The fires of the altar would not go out. Go back and see the altar in the tabernacle in the days of Moses. God told them to get a certain kind of wood so that the fires could not go off. So if there are people willing to set up altars of worship all over the land, it should become a lifestyle. It should be a daily prayer. It should become a discipline where we cry to God unceasingly. 2. These altars create an atmosphere for God to work with His people. When we set up altars, we create clear lines of communication between ourselves and God and we have unbroken fellowship with God, so that at any time we are communicating. These altars create open heavens. These are places of meeting with God. 3. Altars are places of mercy. In 1 Kings 1, there is a son of David called Adonijah. He declared himself king. They told king David that Adonijah had declared himself king. He said, no, Solomon should be the next king after me. So they put Solomon on kings chariot and declared him king over Israel. When Adonijah heard of it, his guests run away. When he knew he was in trouble, he would be killed, he ran to the temple of the Lord and held on the horns of the altar. I kings 149-53
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Ref: Transforming Your World John Mulinde: 2005 Progressive Vision Publishing Jerusalem Israel

So all the guests who were with Adonijah were afraid, and arose and each one went his way. 50 Now Adonijah was afraid of Solomon; so he arose, and went and took hold of the horns of the altar. 51 And it was told Solomon, saying Indeed Adonijah is afraid of King Solomon; for look, he has taken hold of the horns of the altar, saying, Let King Solomon swear to me today that he will not put his servant to death with the sword. 52 When Solomon said, If he proves himself a worthy man, not one hair of him shall fall to the earth; but if wickedness is found in him, he shall die.: 53 So King Solomon sent them to bring him down from the altar. And he came and fell down before King Solomon; and Solomon said to him, Go to your house. Because of holding on the horns of the altar his life was spared. We come to find mercy in times of desperation and need (Hebrew 4.16) In 1 Chronicles 21: After David had sinned against God by conducting a census, God asked him to choose one of three evils that would befall him and all Israel. When the plague had hit the people, he erected and altar and sought Gods mercy. God stayed the plague. 4. Prayer altars open heaven. In Genesis 28 we read about Jacob. This man had stolen a blessing from his father and run away after being threatened with death by Esau. Then he came to Bethel and spent there a night. When he was sleeping, he had a dream and in this dream the angels were ascending and descending a ladder. On top of the ladder he saw God and then God told him in V13-15 And behold, the Lord stood above it and said; I am the Lord God of Abraham your Father and the God of Isaac; the land on which you lie, I will give to you and your descendants. 14 Also your descendants shall be as the dust of the earth; you shall spread abroad to the west and the east, to the north ad the sought; and in you and in your seed all the families of the earth shall be blessed. 15 Behold I am with you and will keep you wherever you go, and will bring you back to this land; for I will not leave you until I have done what I have spoken to you. Jacob was a sinner, and did not know much about the fear of God. He came into a place and slept. However God was talking to this sinner telling him even if you are running away Jacob, I have a plan, and future for you. I will make you a great nation. Your generation will spread out to the north, south, east and west. Even if you run away I will bring you back. I will not leave you until I have accomplished My purpose. I will watch over you even when you have run away. When Jacob woke up he said, This is the gate of heaven. When you pray you find that the portals of heaven are opened because of our prayers. Others may find it hard to breakthrough with situations but as you have that open heaven above you, you are in communication with heaven. Even many years after you have gone, you will have left a legacy and a posterity. God honors it. Sometimes you find that people are drawn to God through you even when you dont preach to them. There is free access between yourself and the heavenly realm. There is nothing that can withhold the presence of God. In V18 Then Jacob rose early in the morning, and took the stone that he had put at his head, asset it up as a pillar, and poured oil on top of it. 19 And he called the name of that place Bethel; We saw that after Abraham came from Egypt, he re-established contact with God at Bethel. After over one hundred years, there comes his offspring Jacob - a man who did not care for God. He sleeps at Bethel; but because Abraham had stayed and erected an altar, even after all the years, there was open heaven. Abraham had paid the price. Abraham had lived in that place more than 100 years before. Jacob comes, finds open heavens, and says, This is the gate of heaven. Altars open heaven. What you are doing today, even your children and childrens children, will enjoy. They will find a very free atmosphere. Up to this day, no one can take the land of Israel because Abraham and his descendants paid the price. Today, many parts of the western world, even though they claim to be post-Christian they enjoy the blessings of God because their first fathers paid the price in seeking God and covenanting the land to Him. A good example is the pilgrims and puritans who settled in America. They worshipped God and dedicated everything to Him. 5. Altars are places of provision. God told Abraham in Genesis 22, give me your only child Isaac. Give him as a sacrifice on a mountain I will show you. So Abraham got the child and they set off.

When they reached the place they could see the mountain and he left his servants, put the firewood on the head of Isaac and went. They show that even Isaac had started getting the idea of altars. As they went he said father, I can see the firewood and the fire, but where is the sacrifice we are going to give to God? And he said, God will provide. Let us go. So they went up the mountain. Abraham got Isaac, bound him and put him on the altar. Then he raised up his knife to kill him but God called him and said, dont destroy the child. Now I know you love me indeed. You have not withheld your only son. He provided a ram instead. Abraham called the place Jehovah-Jireh to the God of provision. 6. Altars are place where we can offer our best to God. We have seen in the above example, Abraham offered his best. God insisted on the best of the land, the first fruits and the choicest animals for sacrifice. We 7. Altars can stay Gods judgement: One of the things that can stay Gods judgement over an area is setting up altars of unceasing prayer and intercession. David had offended God and God told him to choose three things. 1. Famine 2. Plague 3. To run from enemy David said, let us fall in the hand of God and God hit the land with a plague. When he was enquiring of God the prophet Gad told him go and erect an altar in Araunahs threshing floor. When he did, God stayed the plague WE MUST PAY A PRICE TO ERECT THE PRAYER ALTAR King David counted the children of Israel and God was angry with that. And David went before God and said I have sinned before you. God had brought a plague. He was told by God to go to the Threshing floor of Araunah (or Ornan in NKJV) and erect an altar for God. In I Chronicles 21:22-23 So David came to Ornan, and Ornan looked and saw David, and he went out from the threshing floor and bowed before David with his face to the ground. 22 Then David said to Ornan, Grand me the place of this threshing floor, that I may build an altar on it to the Lord. You shall grant it to me at the full price, that the plague may be withdrawn from the people. 23 But Ornan said to David Take it to yourself, and let my lord the king do what is good in his eyes. Look, I also give you the oxen for burnt offerings, the threshing implements for wood, and the wheat for the grain offering; I give it all David was at the place saying, Sell me this threshing floor, to offer sacrifice as he was instructed, so that plague may stop. Araunah said, I will give everything freely, the oxen and grain etc. Many of us are at that place where we dont want to create a fellowship and relationship with God. We are unwilling to pay that price of time, space and energy. We say, Pastor pray for us, intercessors pray for us. What did David say? V24. Then King David said to Ornan, no, but I will surely buy it for the full price, for I will not take what is yours for the lord, nor offer burnt offerings with that which cost me nothing It takes a price to institute altars. David insisted on the full price. He insisted on giving everything to set up an altar. God is calling us on a personal basis so that He can get legal ground to work from. We are not in the Old Testament days where the priest went on behalf of the people to God. God wants you to enter in your priesthood and stand in the gap. Today all people who believe in Jesus Christ and follow His whole Word are priests unto God. Altars bring the presence of God, they are places of mercy, provision, they open up heaven, and they are places where we can offer the best. David said, I insist on paying the full price. God is looking for people like that. That is why He said of David, He is a man after my own heart. Though he had failures, he could run to God and return to that fellowship. As we go into a time of prayers, God knows we are born in selfish nature, but one thing, even when we offend God, He is looking for fellowship. Can you come back? As you create fellowship He will be slowly cleansing you and taking away that sin, weakness, wickedness, as you avail yourself God works in your life. Dont look at your mistakes, guilt and condemnation. When you offend God, go back and cultivate your fellowship and relationship.

Let us cry to God to give us grace to start altars in our hearts, families, churches, ministry, and business wherever we are. Let us pray that God will give us a burden for prayer and intercession. A burden to gather those who are around us in a prayer altar. God says in His Word a time is coming where the earth will be filled with the presence of the Lord as the water covers the sea. Who qualifies to have an altar? Your heart is the first place of communion between yourself and God. Then the altar grows within the context of a family, a fellowship in the workplace or school or other social place. It can become a church altar, a community altar where more than one churches or fellowships meet, and it can grow to a city or national altar where people meet at specific times and season for the purpose of raising prayer and intercession corporately. God told us, Get every Christian family to become an altar. Let the families come together and pray together because I want to meet My people there. Let the church come together every day maybe in the morning and/or evening and cry to the name of the living God. Then He told us to have community altars; maybe one meeting every month, which we call a prayer tower. Here, different people from different churches come together and they pray and call upon the name of the Lord. As we raise altars to God from individual to corporate level, God works with us in the context of each level. You find that as you begin, God will deal with issues that affect you individually. As you meet in the family context, God begins to reveal and deal with issues at the family level. It goes on to church, community and national level as each group meets often. Soon individuals, families, workplaces, churches, communities and the nation will begin to be impacted as we win spiritual battles and things are manifested in the physical realm as answers to prayer. We decided to put this Abrahamic strategy in practice in Uganda. It was very tough and we were very few and unknown. Today you find that in Uganda, it is every easy to pray; not because we are powerful or so many, but because we have humbly accepted the call and all its requirements. We have a prayer altar every year that calls the whole nation and all nations to prayer - the AfriCamp Prayer conference that is an international prayer altar. (www.worldtrumpetmission.org) God is calling us tonight. Where does the altar begin? God wants to make a personal altar in your heart. True prayer and worship starts in your heart. Your heart should be the first altar to call upon the name of the Lord. But as we saw, when Abraham was calling on the Lord, he was contending with other gods in the land. In our hearts we find other gods have been squatters. There maybe so many idols of anger, bitterness, unforgiveness, jealousy, love of worldly things etc. These make us crowded inside. It is first a changing of your heart. God was telling us, You must be the first praying moving altars. Work must start within your life. As you yield your hearts then you can pass on the fire to others. We will call on God and surrender our hearts to Him. Surrender everything that has refused God to enter in our lives. Paul said in Romans 121 I beseech you therefore brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your reasonable, service. It is you first to come as a sacrifice at the altar. And setting up an altar is not easy. You must be ready to pay the price. Even in the Old Testament it was not easy. It was not the usual stuff. There were sacrifices of the best sheep or goats and the produce of the land on the altar. It means, if you set up an altar for a whole year, those are 365 sheep and goats, it was expensive. Dont imagine that today it will be any cheaper. We have seen the example of David. Jesus told the Samaritan woman that a time has come and now is, that those who worship God will not use the mountain, but they shall worship in spirit and in truth. Before we do this we need to offer up our bodies as living sacrifice and everything that is displeasing to him. Everything we are holding onto, you are the first altar. Your heart is the first altar. That is where God can receive a real sacrifice. It is not time to give sheep or goats it is surrendering your old sinful nature. Many people today can give everything, they can give money, build churches, but the best you can give to God is yourself. That is why you find so many people dont like this type of gospel. They can give anything but not their self. They can go through hard times because of ministry but if God demands their selfish nature, it is very difficult. But brethren, at the risk of laboring the point, your first altar is in your heart. Let us finish with this as we go into time of prayer.

In Hosea 1012 Sow for yourselves righteousness; reap in mercy; break up your fallow ground, for it is time to seek the Lord, till he comes and rains righteousness on you. God is calling us at such a time as this to sow ourselves in righteousness and plough the uncultivated land, because there is a visitation God is bringing in the nations so that the nations may move into their destinies. When God says, I am visiting a land, He needs to find cultivated hearts. When farmers know that the rains are about to come, they till the land. In that, they are preparing it for the rains that are coming, so that the rains may soak the ground and are ready for planting. God is calling us to plough the hard ground in us, because God comes in two ways: -. 1. God will send messengers so that people may prepare the land for His visitation. If the people go into a time of seeking God, and surrender their lives, they surrender even their hearts to God; they are preparing their hearts. They are making them soft, ready for the rain of the Holy Spirit, and that results in revival. But if people refuse 2. The anointing shall still come, but this time if it finds hard ground and rocky hearts, it will come, but bring judgment. Just look at a land. If it is not cultivated for sometime, when rains come upon it, the harder the ground becomes. That means that if we dont seek God now, when the anointing comes, you will be more hardened and move away from God and face judgement. They dont pour new wine in old wineskins. Cultivate your heart for God. God is saying in Jeremiah 15 if you come back to Me, I will receive you, if you remove the unworthiness from the worthy things you will be My mouthpiece. Many people will flock to you. He promises to use us. It is a time to check our lives. The first altar is your life- in your heart so that wherever you move, the pillar of fire will be upon your life, and you will be effective in the land. What comes upon the life that is surrendered to God is a pillar of His presence. Tell God I am here. I did not choose You but You chose me and You want to do a work in my life. Here I am Lord. Today I bring my life to the altar. I need You to consume me. The fire on the altar could consume the whole sacrifice. Only ashes should remain. God wants to consume all of our old self so that we are no more seen but Christs life will be seen. Call on the Lord now. How do I separate myself to God so I can carry an effective pillar of Gods presence everywhere I go? Why are there so many prayers given today and very little in terms of answers? What is the Abrahamic covenant? How does it affect my relationship with God? How do I apply this covenant fully in my life? For more information email: trumpet@infocom.co.ug or info@worldtrumpetmission.org
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