Sunday worship was glorious as the Lord called us into the Freedom of Christ. There is a call to enter the New Covenant of the Spirit that gives life and righteousness. But to do so, we must move from the world we know so well, ourselves in this life, and set our minds on the things we know little, the things that are above and not seen.
The natural world is – seen, physical, circumstantial, temporary, earthly, and contacted through our bodies and soul.
The spiritual world is – not seen, spiritual, truth, eternal, heavenly, and contacted through our spirit and heart.
We are two people in one person. We are an outward man and an inward man. Born of the earth and born again of heaven. Seen and not seen. Our light afflictions are but for a moment, temporary, and our working for us an eternal weight of glory.
Here’s the secret – while we do not look at the things seen, but at the things that are not seen. Why? For the things which are seen are temporary, but the things which are not seen are eternal. 2 Corinthians 4:16-17
Jesus Christ has made a place for us. Prayer and meditation in His Spirit and word are how we place ourselves in heavenly places in Christ’s eternal victory and bliss.
Here is a link to the School of Jubilee where you can watch (I listen to allow me to access the teaching without being stuck looking at my phone or computer) on our School of Jubilee channel on YouTube and Facebook. The first session is DWELL and introduces the art of abiding in Christ and His words, seeing the unseen. The sessions are all free. Click here for SOJ.