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"For I am the Lord, I do not change." - Malachi 3:6

God has called us to a place of peace in His presence. That peace is a witness to us that we are in tune with Him, feel connected and things are in the flow. If we don't feel that flow there is something out of sync and it is our responsibility to get that back in rhythm. God has a frequency. The Lord does not change. That means His frequency never changes.  As we seek to be in tune with the Lord, to be on His frequency, the Word and the Spirit are necessary to bring us to that place.

We are subject to change. For this to happen we see the need to stop living the lukewarm life that we have been swallowed up by and start understanding His calling on our life. We actually need to change, moving in His direction. For this to happen we have to start by getting on "His frequency". The Word of God is the tuning fork that gets us "in tune" with God. The Word of God is also like the bread as Jesus Himself is the Bread of Life that convicts us of pursuing our oneness with Him with the potential of bearing fruit for His Kingdom. But there is another aspect as well that is needed -- we need open hearts to the Holy Spirit.

"Ho! Everyone who thirsts, come to the waters." - Isaiah 55:1


We need the bread of God's Word and the water of His Holy Spirit to get us in the flow of His presence. The Word of God represents the person of God just as the Spirit represents the person of God. Jesus was the Word made flesh, the Bread of Life. The Holy Spirit is the manifested presence of God, the Spirit of glory.


"A fire shall be kept burning upon the altar continually; it shall not go out." - Leviticus 6:13

God wants us ignited with the fire of connecting with His purpose for our life where it is burning day and night, night and day. A non-stop bonfire of glory and power being released through His people to impact all that surrounds us. The picture is bright burning lamps that are ignited throughout all the earth pushing back darkness. When the light shines, the darkness cannot stay.


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