Many of you reading this blog are new to SLG recently. We welcome you all. Some friend has shared the link with you, and you are coming into our conversation without much background in our culture.
We are a think tank which was founded on Ephesians 3:10 as our bedrock focus.
” . . . to the intent that now unto the principalities and powers in heavenly places might be known by the church the manifold wisdom of God . . .” AV
Here is the breakdown.
-This is God’s agenda, not something we need to beg Him to do.
-It is for the church age – NOW – not some future season.
-It has to do with expanding the perspective of the power players among the good guys and bad guys in the spiritual realm.
-He wants to do this thing through the church – us – not unilaterally, by Himself.
-And the core concept is that God wants to reveal facets of His wisdom to the spiritual realm that have never been seen before.
You know a few facets of my life through the pages of this blog. But you have no clue how I am with my grandkids, how I drive, what my sock drawer looks like or whether I snore at night.
In the same way, even though the spiritual realm has seen much about God, there is so much more they have not ever seen, and He wants to reveal Himself to them – through us. Our lives are to be a playing field whereby God can do stuff He has never done before in human history, so as to amaze and educate some very high levels of spiritual creatures.
Today’s prayer focuses on that. We have had many versions of the Egyptian Blessing so far, and we welcome every one. But so far, everything that has been done is a repeat of something we have already heard of or seen before.
I am inviting God to fulfill Ephesians 3:10 in our tribe by sending the Blessing of Egypt crashing through the enemy’s barriers in ways the devil never even knew were possible. I would like to see God do some original things in our midst.
Join me in this celebration of God’s infinite creativity along with a request for more original examples of the Blessing of Egypt.
Copyright August 2015 by Arthur Burk
From the Hub, once again. Yay!
Recorded with passion along with a patina of jet lag.