exalting Jesus and preparing his Bride for his return

exalting Jesus and preparing his Bride for his return

Crossing the Red Sea

Crossing the Red Sea

I’m sure we can all remember a time when we have faced what seems like an insurmountable problem. No matter how we look at the situation we cannot see a way out. Well it doesn’t get much more difficult than it did for the people as they fled from Egypt. Huge sea on one side, massive army on the other, and probably around 2 million people!!!

The Challenge of the Red Sea

The Challenge of the Red Sea

Continuing with my focus on what happened to Moses and the company that came out of Egypt, as they journeyed through the wilderness to their appointment with Yahweh on the mountain, we have now come to the Red Sea. This is probably one of the most well known parts of the story. The people facing a vast expanse of water, the Egyptians thundering down upon them, Moses raising his staff, the people escaping and the Egyptians drowned.

Going into the wilderness

Going into the wilderness

I don’t know about you, but during the early days of this virus wreaking havoc in the earth, my inbox and Facebook page were awash with prophetic voices declaring what God was doing. There was so much noise!!!! And yet, I felt that God was saying this was a time for being at rest with Him in the stillness and hearing what He had to say.

Lockdown

Lockdown

From the moment it became clear that we were going to go into “lockdown” in the UK I felt God remind me of the phrase “coming up out of the wilderness leaning on her beloved”. As many of us know this comes from Song of Solomon Chapter 8. It speaks of the mature bride having learnt to trust her bridegroom and being ready to serve Him without trusting in her own strength but fully strengthened in her assurance of his love for her.

A forerunner generation raising up day and night prayer in the spirit of the Tabernacle of David

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