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Friday, April 27, 2018

Revival Flames Consuming Fires. Facing The Fiery SON.

Walk into the blazing Son of God.

These are fiery sun moments.  Moments that require a baptism, a complete immersion into grace and surrender.  Fiery sun moments are bright and blinding, like the transfiguration.  Blazing sun moments are all consuming.  Nothing else makes a sound or competes for our attention.  Fiery sun doorways call us with the invitation to walk into the fullness of Christ. Fiery sun doorways are nothing short of a doorway filled with God's consuming fire.  These moments are life filled with God's visitation and moral consequence.  Moments when God is expecting a response.  A yes, equal to our relationship with him.  Equal to our knowledge of him.

When the demands of the Son of God land on us we have choices. The timing, circumstance and situation may be ripe for divine glory to unfold.  Yet, we can and "do" say "no".  The rich young ruler reveals God's willingness to let us walk away.  In the mystery of Christ the Father is painting with the hearts, mind, soul and wills of humanity a redemptive story.  We are a core part of that story.  The family that lives the testimony of worship and relationship with the Father, Son and Spirit, that is who we are together.  Yet each of us will face the blazing doorway of the Son of God.

Do blazing Son moments matter?  If we can just chose another time or season and get the same results why worry at all about visitation? 

On a cold afternoon in November a few years back, I went out into the neighborhood near the church to deliver Christmas turkey baskets and pray with people.  At one of the homes a very old woman greeted us at the door and invited us in.   My co-laborer and I went in and followed her through a maze of books, piles of boxes and into a room overcrowded with old furniture, fixtures and tv.  She took up a chair and we began to talk.  She was a sweet and wonderful woman and we loved talking with her.

As the conversation went on I felt the Spirit prompting me to share the gospel with her.  I looked at my co-minister and she agreed.  I began asking questions engaging her conversation and stories.  At each turn our talk was cut short.  She would wander off and tell us about strange trinkets and or pull out a charm or some kind of memento.  Then explain to us how it protected her or helped her.  Holding these, rubbing them in her wrinkled fingers, and looking longingly at them, we were unable to breakthrough with her into any meaningful dialogue about the Lord Jesus or the Gospel.   I looked at my co-laborer insinuating that I was not breaking through, would she try.   She did with the same result.  We offered to pray for her as we prepared to leave.  She declined.  As she walked us to the door we thanked her and exchanged warm words.

Valley of Fire State Park NV
About six months later I was out in the same neighborhood.  I saw her son out near his garage door and so I approached him.  I told him who we were and asked about his mother.  Visibly sullen, he was quiet for a minute.  Then he said, "she died a few weeks ago."
As I reflect on that divine meeting with his mom,  all I see is the mercy of God and the very real and remarkable visitation of God.  I see the firey sun doorway.  The consuming fire.  The invitation to complete surrender. I see that the Father is working in so many ways. After our hearts and our salvation.  I also see that visitation can come and go.  We can say no and end up missing God's visitation.  What is the point in shaking the dust off is vistation has no recourse?

The Bible is full of stories where God's timing is imperative.
The Christmas story.  Joseph and Mary are to report for the census.  Leading them to Bethlehem.  The entire Roman world was moving about, going back to their places of origen.  Amazingly, the prophetic word about Jesus being born in Bethelehem fell into place.  Bethlehem had a visitation like no other city on earth.  She closed her doors and left the Son of Man outside.

Jesus and God's perfected timing

Such moments are surely like a blazing fiery sun.  Zacheriah met a blazing firey doorway in the Temple.  His response caused him to be speechless for upwards of nine months.  When John was born, he again began to speak again.  Saying John's name.  I'm sure his perception of spiritual things, God's reality and presence, and his willingness for surrender were greately improved.

Moments that require a baptism, an immersion into grace, these are fiery sun moments.  The invitation is to walk in the fullness of Christ. It is nothing short of a door filled with God's consuming fire.  

When these moments, these fiery doorways, stand directly in our path, our choices make a huge difference.  A transfiguration moment, like a blazing fiery sun, is an invitation.  We sense the complete demise of our former understanding.  The slaughter of our present worldview.  The laying down of our cynicism and stoic postures.
Do you recognize these moments in your life?  Sometimes it is easier than others to pick them out.

In early 2010 a fiery Son filled doorway opened up to me.  A road of fire.

Veil-less walking with Jesus is always one step away.  Plunging deeply into the love and presence of God can be your next step forward.
In such moments we have a simple choice. Step or fall it's a fire of total trust and complete abandon. Losing yourself required.  These two, total trust and complete abandon, reach out to us from the fire.  Instinctively we our flesh knows a whole new level of dying is on the threshold.
It's the Spirit who reaches into our fireless and cold realities from the threshold of the consuming fire.  He reaches in separating our true desires from worthless things.  He reveals the measure of our devotion and resolute pursuit of Jesus.  This Spirit of truth measures all by our devotion to Jesus and to the Father.

We can take comfort and courage in this, Jesus, our forerunner, is the first to enter into the consuming fires of God's heart.  The billowing glory of his steadfast love are boundless and Jesus has entered into all of it.   He dwells there now as the High Priest of a new and living way.
In these encounters with God, these fiery doorways, we see Jesus.   Though we may not recognize him.  The choice is quick and one step away.  A step into fiery fullness or to falling back.  Back into our lifeless understanding and limited vision.  Back into the let down as who and what we are becomes clear.
The immersion and elation of the simple step in, is beyond anything we know or experience in normal life. Stepping out on the waters of fiery faith, we will be baptized in the creative, powerful and illuminating glory of God.  The coming of Messiah was a fiery doorway.  It still remain so.

“I will send my messenger, who will prepare the way before me.

Then suddenly the Lord you are seeking will come to his temple; the messenger of the covenant, whom you desire, will come,” says the Lord Almighty.

But who can endure the day of his coming? Who can stand when he appears? For he will be like a refiner’s fire or a launderer’s soap. 3 He will sit as a refiner and purifier of silver; he will purify the Levites and refine them like gold and silver. Then the Lord will have men who will bring offerings in righteousness, 4 and the offerings of Judah and Jerusalem will be acceptable to the Lord, as in days gone by, as in former years. Malachi 3:2-3 (NIV)

Jesus' visitation to the temple during Passover and the Passion certainly was a visitation.
The announcement -  in the temple now prophecy and prophets of times to come.

You may say, "That sounds black and white and definitive".  Yes.  Scripture clearly portrays "visitations" that are not re-visted.

Somehow we've rounded the edges off our understanding of divine visitation.  In our minds it's another choice or option on the road to heaven.  In truth God requires us to walk worthy of our relationship and revelation of HIM.

The Messiah himself visited Israel and was rejected.  The corresponding covenant and worship were swept up in a prophetic change, a moment of visitation.  This moment of Messiah's life and work, was nothing short of a perfect time of overwhelming visitation.  His repudiation by Israel led to the complete destruction of the city of Jerusalem and the Temple in 70 a.d.  The Lord himself did visit his temple and he was rejected and despised.  The Cross, Resurrection and Ascension started a New Testament in his blood.  And the old was wiped away in judgement.

Later, many found themselves on the "disciplined side" of the city of Jerusalem. Surrounded and starving, they did not head the warning of Jesus (Matthew 24); a last prophetic grace.  The temple and city were completely destroyed in 70 a.d.  Every stone thrown down as Jesus proclaimed (Matthew 24).  The visitation for Israel had arrived with the full wonder of the consuming fire and cleansing grace of God.  (Malachi 3   )  The new covenant erupted on the world like a fiery doorway; born in the blood of the Lamb.  Israel, God's covenant people missed the visitation.

The reality, our flesh cannot contain, uphold, understand, or walk under the weight of the glory of God.  Impossible.  Only by grace through faith can we enter into the blazing eyes and consuming fire of the Son of God.

Humanity is always on the threshold of a fiery burning sun, standing open like a doorway, staring into the consuming fire of the Son of Man. 
The blazing sun poses many questions that go unanswered.  Only one question gets clearly answered.  To whom do you owe your life and allegiance?  The call is a quickening moment, a moral visitation, a deciding moment, a division to bone and morrow.  We can hear the invitation over the fire, over the noise of life, over everything.  "Come Follow Me", Jesus says.  Step into the doorway. Come past the threshold and into the consuming fires of divine love and grace.  It is not the hearing that makes the difference.  It's the stepping over into the call of Jesus and into the Way.

The mind screams, "follow you into that blazing fire?"   The spirit exults at the invitation of God even while the flesh winces, seeing it's own demise.  The tangible real connection, the one deeply longed for, is now upon you.  So is the reality of being consumed.  Consumed in the blazing fire of the Son of God.

Translated from the mind of the Spirit, being consumed in such a way is the highest and greatest invitation known to humanity.  Joining the Trinity God in the consuming fires of steadfast love.  
In such visitations, many things are suddenly intelligible.  But only for a split second. 

Jesus is clear.  The picture of our life is clear.  All the dead things we are dragging along become clear.  The two dimensional teaching, the one dimensional prayer, the limitation of our translation of life and power in Christ, we see it.  We see it all for a brief moment.  It flashes before us. The fiery sun, the step into the doorway, the consuming grace and love, crystal clear and fully comprehensible.  Right before our eyes and heart and understanding, it looms.  Yet little is offered in answer to our immediate questions of the outcome, security, benefit, pleasure, joy or experience it leads to along the way .  And so many simply stand staring into the fiery doorway until it disappears.  And they do.

Peter experienced such a moment.  On a boat fishing with Jesus, he saw deeply into himself,  into everything in a brief moment.  The miraculous catch is being hauled in.  Rolling on the waves in the middle of the Sea of Galilee, Peter sees himself in the face of Jesus.  He came undone.  A righteousness beyond his ability came into focus.  A doorway stood wide open out on the lake in the little boat.  For Peter the real door was presented when they hit the beach with the catch.  When they hit dry land he "immediately followed him".  Through the threshold of the Fiery doorway, into a whole new life in the revelation of the Lord Jesus.  With that initial step off the boat onto the ground and after Jesus, Peter entered the consuming fire.

Everything seen in the fiery threshold starts moving the moment we step in.  This is visitation. This is a call.  Stepping into the consuming fire starts the motion, the blazing fire of consuming love.

Fiery doorways speak a thousand words all at once.  And each one seems to reach into the deepest parts of our heart, mind, soul and love for God.  The consuming fire is the deepest satisfaction we can know.  To step all the way into God in a moment he has orchestrated, is beyond what we now know.  Into the life that pours out of the fire, into our souls comes an infusion of grace, love and activation that touches every part of us in one moment.  Elation and fear vy for our loyalty and decision looses its ability to resist in the weight and beauty of divine encounter.  Elation. God is speaking to me.  I'm known by him.  Fear.  Where does this lead me?  How will this turn out?  Will I be as happy as I am right now?

Turning from the Fire....

Turning away forges a new path of its own;  a winding path around the mountain.  Something like a training and weigh loss program.   This new path will step for step open smaller avenues of the fire over time.  It will also open seasons of adjustment and trial.  Times of equipping in every good thing and in the perfection we lack.  We'll get more opportunities to fall headlong into the fiery sun. God is gracious and full of mercy.  He will deepen your knowledge of his love and character so you can spend trust in Him day after day.

Peter clearly fell.  And he was clearly restored.  A reminder miracle was repeated.  A miraculous catch of fish after all night catching nothing.  Jesus repeated the miracle for him.  A new invitation stood before him.  It was a visitation of the living Christ.  Could Peter let go of his own guilt and shame?  Could he throw off another layer of his failure and weakness and dive into the ocean of God's healing love?  He did.
We arrive one way or another because he is faithful.  Stepping into the visitations when he presents them before us, invites us into the heartbeat of God and the wonders of overwhelming intimacy.  Chose the Son now!  He will form the Son in us with patient endurance and powerful hope.  Our shortcoming cannot cut short the boundless victory he won for us.  When we are faithless, he remains faithful (II Timothy    ).  When we turn form the fiery doorway something different gets written but we remain sons and daughters.

It started happening to me on my drive home from work.  I put on some worship and headed home, a half hour drive, and would arrive home in a pile of tears.  The Lord would come over me in waves of love, revelation and his voice.  He overwhelmed me.  At first I felt unworthy.  Like I didn't deserve his affection. Affection so overwhelming and deep I convulsed and shook from my soul outward.  But I was so hungry for his presence that I poured myself into each moment.  As the Spirit spoke and revealed,  I found myself going deeper and deeper.  The half hour drive swallowed up in tears, worship, prayers, and thanksgiving, God was riding home with me.

The drives turned into mornings in prayer in which I was completely caught up for hours on end.  I literally had to pull myself back to food, chores of life and the day.  I felt so conflicted.  I wanted to remain there forever.  The presence of God being so rich, overwhelming, abundant, rolling rolling on and on, I did not want to leave.  I gave myself over to the compelling love and the invitation of God to know him like never before.

One thing was evident.  I continued into the fire.  It was always an invitation.  It was always a desire that led to an encounter. Going further and farther than I had ever known.  I wanted more and more of the Lord.  I wept hours on end.  I would stand back in my minds eye and look at myself.  Wondering what I would say if one of my kids came in or my wife still found me weeping and praying after hours and hours.

These moments are supported only by the trust factor.  By our knowledge and trust in the character and person of Jesus himself.  These fiery moments are a baptism of instruction and new learning in his ways.  Such encounters stamp revelation on our spirit.   They endlessly mark us with love and a revelation of the character of Jesus.  They are the Spirit of wisdom and revelation pouring over our heart, mind, soul and strength.

Inherently we sense the power and furry of the fire.  Intuitively we know that our "former way of life" will disappear in the flames of his burning eyes.
If we turn from the blazing sun, a road awaits us.  A path of training unfolds.  Training in the natural, subjecting your body to the pains of getting in shape, are nothing compared to the effort of forming Christ in us.  We turn aside from physical training, at least I do.  I want to be lean and more adgile but balk at the work required to loose the fat and eat well.  Weighed against the enormous price Jesus paid for us, and the grace provided to accomplish his will, the training path is much more challenging.  The Holy Spirit is so persistent and remarkable about getting us to a place of understanding of the changes and healing he wants to work in us.  So, I believe, we will more slowly acquire the revelation of his character and the trust required to walk in the way, if we turn from the fiery doorways, the Way before us and the Father's vision to form the image of Christ in us does not diminish. But it may take other paths.  The life and times of Peter clearly portray a much more patient God.  The life and times of Israel clearly portray the patience of God and his full hope of loving kindness for us who believe.   (I Corinthians 10)  Yet, we cannot push off or leave out of our understanding the incredible cleansing rebukes of the Lord to Israel.  Jeremiah's lamentation,
Rest assured the Holy Spirit will disciple us in Christ and bring us into his fullness.
II Tim 1:12

Are we under the discipleship of the Spirit or our own discipleship?

When we act as our own discipler, we find ourselves clinging to our abilities, our thoughts, our plans and our understanding of the way before us.  The only strength, wisdom, love and devotion that can carry us in the way of the fiery door is complete surrender and the power of the Spirit.


When He disciples us, we walk in the Spirit, cling to Christ and live on his every word.


To the pure in heart all things are pure?

The doorway begins with purity.  The Spirit is holy.  God is holy.  In Christ, we are holy.   The fiery door is really a step into wisdom and the realms of the Holy Spirit.

I have been pondering this phrase, "To the pure all things are pure".  What does that mean?  I think it means that as we agree with the purity of Jesus through the Spirit that we possess by faith in Christ, purity itself draws purity toward us.  The mystery and reality of wisdom is that it draws and attracts purity to us from the purity within us.  If we allow the Spirit to spring forth from within us, we can clearly identify and do identify the things which are pure around us.  To the pure everything is pure because they identify the pure all around them.  Wisdom calls forth wisdom. Purity calls forth purity.

The fiery doorway standing before us, who is Christ himself, calls forth purity from within.  From rivers of living water and wells of purity in Christ, our inner man and woman can welcome Christ's purity and connect with the fallen world. In purity's love and redemptive power the purity of Christ in us draws purity into our vision, action and choices.

The son of God is a blazing consuming fire by invitation.
If we seek to find our lives we will lose it.  If we lose our lives for and in him we fill find it and eternal life.
Numbers 6:26  God look you full in the face and make you prosper.

Walk into the blazing Son of God.

What are your thoughts?  
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Friday, April 20, 2018

Creating Something Out of Nothing - The Creative Ways of God

"Take nothing for the journey except a staff..."  

Jesus told his disciples to take almost nothing 
with them 
when they were going to share 
the Gospel of the Kingdom 
with new towns 
and peoples.   

Matthew 6:8 

Don't know about you but, I've marveled at this.  


Nothing material that is?  

What happens when we follow the Spirit and.....
Don't book a hotel.
Don't plan out the whole day? 
Don't plan all the meetings we'll be in at churches?  
Spontaneous divine plans unfolding before us.

Basic Assumption #1  The Father is already working here

In the world of human endeavor this sounds nuts as a development model/mission model?
In the Kingdom of God it is natural and normal operations. 

Philip and the Ethiopian
26Now an angel of the Lord said to Philip, “Go south to the road—the desert road—that goes down from Jerusalem to Gaza.” 27So he started out, and on his way he met an Ethiopiana eunuch, an important official in charge of all the treasury of the Kandake (which means “queen of the Ethiopians”). This man had gone to Jerusalem to worship, 28and on his way home was sitting in his chariot reading the Book of Isaiah the prophet.29The Spirit told Philip, “Go to that chariot and stay near it.”
30Then Philip ran up to the chariot and heard the man reading Isaiah the prophet. “Do you understand what you are reading?” Philip asked.
31“How can I,” he said, “unless someone explains it to me?” So he invited Philip to come up and sit with him.
32This is the passage of Scripture the eunuch was reading:
“He was led like a sheep to the slaughter,
and as a lamb before its shearer is silent,
so he did not open his mouth.
33In his humiliation he was deprived of justice.
Who can speak of his descendants?
For his life was taken from the earth.”b
34The eunuch asked Philip, “Tell me, please, who is the prophet talking about, himself or someone else?” 35Then Philip began with that very passage of Scripture and told him the good news about Jesus.
36As they traveled along the road, they came to some water and the eunuch said, “Look, here is water. What can stand in the way of my being baptized?” [37]c 38And he gave orders to stop the chariot. Then both Philip and the eunuch went down into the water and Philip baptized him. 39When they came up out of the water, the Spirit of the Lord suddenly took Philip away, and the eunuch did not see him again, but went on his way rejoicing.40Philip, however, appeared at Azotus and traveled about, preaching the gospel in all the towns until he reached Caesarea.  Acts 8:26-40

When we plan it all... 

Typically we don't find the new open doors and avenues the Spirit has planned, avenues waiting to be opened for the Gospel. 
Understanding and seeing in this Way, is a fundamental and baseline reality of being sent.  Walking in the Spirit from town to town requires a whole new set of eyes. 

So, let's do some math.  
In our average day, how much time is simply set aside to wait on God's spontaneous revelation, serendipitous connections?  

In our "life plans" how much of our plan is given over to waiting on God, acting on simple leads and following spontaneously the promptings of the Holy Spirit?  

Do you see the patterns? 
Generally, if I am not intentional about being available, intentional to wait on God, and looking for him, I don't see the opportunities he presents.  He's been talking to me about this for a while now.  I find myself seeing everywhere, in my town, in my family, in my neighborhood, when I intentionally let the Spirit lead me.  Amazing things take place.   

Riding on my scooter in Bali, the Lord said to me, "What do you see?"  Later, I stood in a huge waterfall.  As it cascaded down on me, I was laughing and really enjoying it.  Unawares, the waterfall pounded out the lenses on my glasses.  Later when I put them on and assumed they were good I couldn't see correctly.  I kinda freaked out.  Thinking something was wrong with my eyes.  Rather it was the lenses in my glasses.  They were gone!  

I definitely see differently when I stay awake.  When I'm distracted, passive, just trying to get through the day, I don't see the divine doors open around me.  The pace of American life can swallow us whole.  We can easily just survive our day or our week, looking for some relief on the weekend.  Where we simply fall into another pattern of apathy and indifference.  

Awake oh sleeper! 
God's heart is beating over the world and in his sacrifice he purchase every single soul. The Cross, Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus tells the story of the Kingdom life we are invited into.  An unshakable Kingdom that never ends.  
We are helping people come home!

The math of mission and moves of God is...
Available real time
Sending and Kronos Kingdom Time
Responsive spontaneity and intentional motion x 
The voice of God and promptings of the Spirit x
the Gospel of the Kingdom in present power

Seeing Patterns in the Planing and Orchard. 
A soundcloud reflection on "seeing in the Spirit"

So what are we looking for in such open times and seemingly pointless travel? 

Jesus pointed the 12 and the 72 to
Find a person of peace and lodge with them.   

I've seen this approach open up a whole group of people and months of fruitful work in the Spirit. 

In a local RV Park in which we were invited to come and share Thanksgiving meals, our person of peace ran around the whole park telling all her neighbors we were there to pray for anyone who wanted it or needed healing.  
We were there for hours praying with people and ministering as people welcomed us into their trailers or lives to pray for them for healing, restored relationships, places to live, God's encouragement.  The Holy Spirit moved in that place and there were tears, healing, hearts encouraged and a stream of salvation grew from the open doors.  

I've been Circuit Riding for 2 years now.  Not super consistent but definitely getting in the swing of things.  Purposely letting the Holy Spirit lead me through a geography has produced multiple divine appointments and connects.  This has occurred overseas and right here in America.    Everyone who welcomes us welcomes Jesus.  And he is so good and pours out grace and power on their lives in real time.  

I believe the Holy Spirit has given people sight and keys to open up whole new avenues of Kingdom grace and love, streams of salvation leading to awake and alive believers.  

So what are we really giving away? 

When we enter a very poor country most often we bring something with us to give away. 
Commendable.  We took 250 new pairs of clothing to kids in Uganda and and Orphanage in Bali.  God's heart for sure. 
Jesus wants us to give away his Kingdom as the primary mission task.   
Can we give away nothing material and still bring the Kingdom?   
I say a resounding yes.  
Is this the only way to proceed.  Resoundingly no. 

But we could use a few more people simply carrying the Gospel of the Kingdom? 
A few more simply available to unlock new pathways in the Spirit and step into the places wide open that others don't see. 
People who front-run frontiers in the Spirit.

When we go to new cities with the Gospel, I believe,  
Jesus wants us to establish the work on the Kingdom and the truth and power of the Gospel. Not on material provision.  
In the worst form that can be bait and switch? 

So, I recognize the challenge of trying to bring to light exactly what it is we bring and carry, when we are carrying and bringing the Kingdom of God.  

Here's the message Paul brought with him....

I Corinthians 2:1-5  

And so it was with me, brothers and sisters. When I came to you, I did not come with eloquence or human wisdom as I proclaimed to you the testimony about God.a 2For I resolved to know nothing while I was with you except Jesus Christ and him crucified. 3I came to you in weakness with great fear and trembling. 4My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power,5so that your faith might not rest on human wisdom, but on God’s power.

Why?   Take Nothing? 

Few people realize that taking the Kingdom of God is more than enough. 

When we take nothing but the Kingdom we.....

Actually establish the Kingdom of God when people welcome us.

When they welcome us they welcome Jesus and the Father in the Holy Spirit. 

When they welcome us they welcome the message of the Gospel.  

Power of the Gospel of the Kingdom - It changes lives for ever.  Yes.  Eternity gets changed when people respond to the Gospel of the Kingdom and surrender to Jesus. 

So how spontaneous and Kingdom focused is your sight?  

Look forward, eyes filled with Abundance, Boundless, Victorious vision in Jesus.  


How's your 24?  
How's your prayer walk?  
Sowing into prayer is the greatest avenue for consistent joy in Jesus than any other thing out there.   

Take a new step into the depths and riches of knowing Jesus.  Pray. 

Start today.  5 mins listening to or reading the Scripture and Psalm 27:14 wait for the Lord.
Grab some time and steal away with Jesus.
He is remarkable to be around.
You will tap into the grace of God.
The Father sent Jesus to restore us to him and he is longing to know us in Christ.  (John 17:3)

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Thanks for Reading!   

I love your comments. Ideas and thoughts.
Please share em.
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The dialogue is awesome.  Thank you. Testimonies?  Share em with me.  Re-Shares lov em.  Thank you! With much love in Jesus 
You can do this thing!  He's got you. 

Jeff Reynolds   --- 
Brother Jeff