Sunday services were alive with the Spirit of the Lord and His liberty. Visions of Jesus in our midst we experienced and shared in the service. We forgave all of America for our sins, as we extended the Lord’s command, “If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven them; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained.” John 20:23 From sea to shining sea we forgave all as we received communion. The great awakenings of our history we remembered and their call to prayer, repentance, and obedience. That first went through the thirteen colonies and again in the new United States.
The glory of the Lord in our Sanctuary after six months of Fasting and Prayer every Wednesday is growing weekly. If you haven’t been able to join us on Wednesday Fasting and Prayer from 6:00 am till 6:00 pm, please do. Each week more hearts join in the cry for the Lord to be seen in His church. We can set aside an hour or two during the day and join the prayer in the Sanctuary. Either onsite, at home, or work – like Daniel in Babylon would open his windows toward Jerusalem three times a day and pray – we can all be in the Spirit and pointed toward the same place. One accord in one place in Christ.
Jesus said unbelief is cast out through prayer and fasting. Our faith can grow old and dull, giving way to arguments about techniques and whys. Fasting and prayer move us into new and powerful faith as we recognize our unbelief and submit to hearing again under the Lordship of Jesus. Jesus exalted! We see Him in His exalted state, and ourselves in our helpless state. He is our source, not ourselves. Jesus in His supremacy, and all sufficiency seated at the right hand of Majesty on High, High Priest of our confession over the house of God. This is what is happening to all of Jubilee as we continue to submit ourselves to Jesus in fasting and prayer.