Feet to Leap (Part II)

So it is our destiny (for our born-again spirit) that we operate with such quickness and precision, to move at His direction and command. The living creatures do not turn when moving about which means we are not supposed to turn either. There should be no fear, doubt or unbelief that would cause us to falter, fall short, compromise or deviate from God’s instruction (Josh. 1:7-9; Rms. 3:23; Mark 11:22-25). We are to move in full confidence and faith toward God (1 Sam 17: 45-51; Rms. 4:20-21; 1 Jn. 3:20-22; 5:14-15; Heb. 10:35-36). As a worshipper, David was branded with the right image of God that is only found in His presence and continual fellowship with the Father.

This may seem like a tall order from where we are standing on earth, even nearly impossible; but it is only possible in His Presence that empowers and makes us giants instead of grasshoppers. Only when we are saturated with His presence to the fullest capacity can the conversion of the soul take place – walls fall, distorted images are shattered (Ps. 19:7; Jerm. 1:10). Our water pots (spirit) must be full to the brim, all areas of our lives must come under the authority of His will. Six represents the number of mankind (Jn. 2:1-10; cf. Gen. 1:31). There must be a yielded-ness in every area, everything must come under His full control. This is the requirement to be able to worship at His throne as the 4 living creatures, and for His Spirit to send us to the 4 corners of the world. When we as the living sacrifice and the seraphs, the living creatures become one, our joint effort in the spirit impacts on the earth undeniably and gloriously. - cont'd

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