A Christmas Gift

We’ll suspend the book for one day while I offer this Christmas present.

I wish I had to the words for it. This is a vision; not the kind that appear before you, but the kind that grows organically from your convictions. For this reason, I rely on the Lord speaking through your convictions to breathe life into the vision for you.

We are the founders of a new and ancient covenant of faith. This is a virtual extended family household, and it will become a tribe of many small households of faith. Some of you will be the anchor point around which these households begin.

We must guard against the old and broken ways of religion. We aren’t erecting fences and structures to contain anyone. We are building a home and nest for raising them up, then pushing them out to prosper in the freedom of the Spirit. Whatever part you play, always focus on helping people exercise dominion on their own.

For far too long Satan has held vast stretches of humanity in slavery. We are going to take from him some of his slaves; we are going to set them free. Freedom is this precious treasure we have found, and there’s more than any of us could use for ourselves. Indeed, each person who finds their own moral wealth makes us all that much richer. It’s the heart-led way in the ancient truth of the Bible. It’s the full heritage of God’s promised blessings; it’s the way of reality itself.

The best part is that we have so very little required of us to be a part of it. All it really needs is that we claim our own heritage of ancient truth, a share of His glory. We don’t have to herd people into this; they will come or not at the moving of the Spirit of God. All it takes is our willingness to say a few words to help them leave behind all those lies that bind them.

I tell you in all seriousness that this thing will explode very soon. Brace yourselves. The time is upon us. Be ready!

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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3 Responses to A Christmas Gift

  1. forrealone says:

    It IS time to be ready. The Glory of God is bursting forth upon our world. To bask in it, but more importantly, to have It shine through us out to others is His gift to us. Oh, the beauty of it!

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  2. Jay DiNitto says:

    Ready and waiting.

    Sending you an email later today. Don’t you love it when people tell you that? I guess it could be considered a present, considering the content. πŸ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Ed Hurst says:

    I take what I can get πŸ˜‰

    Liked by 1 person

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