Turbo change results from flagship behavior - Part II
Secondly, hold a charge simply means to be persistent and travail in prayer as Jesus did, Elijah and Abraham. We must learn how to persist, endure and persevere even when we are facing a wall (Philip. 3:14; Ps. 27:4; cf. Josh. 6:12-20), we are not helpless or hopeless; it’s still our call. We can do 1 of 3 things: stand round dumbfounded (1 Pet. 4:12-13; cf. Josh. 3:3); go back, turn back/drawback (Heb. 10:38; 4:11; cf. Luke 17:32) or travail/persist and walk through the door (Jn. 14:16; 10:7-9). But we won’t be able to see this door in the natural until we travail in prayer (Luke 22:39-46, 1 Kin. 18-41-46, Rms. 4:20-21).
These 3 pillars / cornerstones (2 we've covered so far) will supercharge our spirit to convert kinetic energy that will cause the type of speed and movement we are looking for and are destined to experience in our lives this year. God requires our best and wants us to place our most important things in his hand just as Abraham did. He did not withhold anything from God (Gen. 15) which brings us to the next point: trust, total trust in God. (cont'd)