Today more than ever, the corporate church needs a deep relationship with God our creator. The natural wisdom of man has not served us well. At best we hit and miss God’s designed plan for each person, family and nation.
We see in the old testament how the priest would go into the holy of holies to minister to God and provided the required sacrifices for their nation. In the same way we as ministers of God need to find ourselves in the holy of holies so that we are than able to minister to the people after we come out of God’s presence.
In essence we are getting direct revelation while in the shekinah glory. On Sunday nights a group of Christians are meeting with the primary purpose of pursuing the shekinah glory of God.
The following information is the path we have started on and will continue in each meeting to go deeper pursuing “The Shekinah Glory of God”.
First... Prayerfully consider these scriptures to open our minds & hearts.
- Ps. 27:4 ---------------- One Thing I desire
- Ezkl. 44:16 ------------ Minister unto God
- Jms. 4:8a -------------- Draw Near to God
- Phil. 3:10-16 ---------- Press-in & on
- Eph. 4:11-13 ---------- To come into Fullness
- 1Pet. 5:10 -------------- A believer’s Journey
- Eph. 1:17 --------------- Needed Light & Wisdom
- Jn. 17:3 ----------------- To Know... This is eternal life
Second... To know God’s will we need the light of God for knowledge & Revelation. Jesus is The Light!
1 John 1:5 - This is the message we have heard from him (Jesus) and proclaim to you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all.
John 1:9 - For the Light of Truth was about to come into the world and shine upon everyone.
John 3:19 - The Light of God has now come into the world, but the hearts of people love their darkness more than the Light, because they want the darkness to conceal their evil.
John 8:12 - Then Jesus said, “I am light to the world and those who embrace me will experience life-giving light, and they will never walk in darkness.”
Third... A lesson is seen in Acts 9: 3–4 regarding light.
“Suddenly a light from heaven shone around him. And he fell to the ground.
Real light from heaven is more than knowledge. It is the discovery of the Lord Himself. Whoever sees Him, sees light.
Instruction does not have this effect. We may listen to any number of instructive sermons and even memorize their content, and yet remain unchanged.
That never happens when light comes from God. When that light dawns, it blinds our eyes to one natural world that they may be opened to a supernatural world.
When Paul saw the light, he was smitten to the ground and for three days could see nothing. (sometimes nothing for a while)
Light is rigorous. It can do to a man what he himself can never do.
When that light shines, we are softened, weakened, broken, and placed in awe. Light has to humble us before it enables us to see, do and become.”
We invite you to join us in this pursuit.