Walking around the wall
Sunday was a good morning. We never know what to expect from God when we come to Him. I love Sundays. I just love going into the house of God; period.
This Sunday gone we had started worshipping. And then a dear spirit filled lady was inspired by the Holy Spirit; and she said ‘The Lord spoke to her about her and her husband walking and bringing walls down.’ This struck me as similar to the time the Israelites marched around Jericho to bring the walls down. We were totally captivated by God and the entire church directed by my husband and I moved out of their seats, got into the aisles and walked. We walked round 6 times and the seventh times we all let out a great halleluiah! We danced, prayed, and thanked God. We gave out a prolonged shout, and we literally felt walls coming down.
Walls of disappointment. Wall of sickness. Walls of past ache and pain. Walls the devil had put up.
It was with a great thud that the walls fell by our faith in Jesus Christ. If you believe in Him that He can do what you ask, then expect your walls to fall too. Live in the supernatural today.
This got us thinking: this action we took was out of the norm; out of the status quo. It was refusing the dissembling. It was going the high road of the Spirit. So what if someone came into church who had no prior exposure to refuting the norm; who would rather stay in the chair, stay in their lane, with no sweat broken? That would be difficult.
Indeed it is difficult for the Holy Spirit these days to express Himself. And why? Because we make it difficult. We want to put Him in a box. We want to tell Him what to do and how to do it. We have an almost disdain for Him at times. We do not like His type of freedom. And yet 2 Corinthians 3:17 says Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is there is liberty.
If you are in the Tampa Bay area, come come and visit us as we enjoy the liberty that is in the Lord! We look forward to seeing you!
Written by Linda Faith
Linda faith is the Editor in Chief of Jewels Magazine. She co-pastors along with her husband Revival Worship Church, Tampa. She is a prolific writer and powerful speaker, inspiring many women to be all God has called them to be. She is the founder of Joy Women’s conference which reaches out to empower, inspire and motivate women in their faith walk.