Just half of the revelation

“Praise and worship” is now days very popular among the evangelical especially the youth. It leads us into the “Presence of the Lord” that’s the term we usually use. The revelation which Isaiah had in Isaiah 6 is very interesting, he was in the presence of the Lord worshiping Him , but when he came closer to Him ; he heard His heart through His voice asking Him a crucial question:: “Whom shall I send ? And who will go for us? , surely after Isaiah’s sins has been taken away and he experienced this holy presence of God, he would prefer to stay there forever because it’s a comfort zone , it’s  a holy and safe place, far away from all turmoil , confusions and all struggles. But he didn’t; he had a sensitive spirit and an obedient heart , he respond positively to the Lord: “Here I am, send me”How many times we have been in “the presence of God” but how often we heard His voice calling us to obey Him?. There are more and more meetings at church so Christians don’t have sinners as a friend anymore. Church meetings becomes our comfort zone, we never cease singing “Holy is the Lamb” I think that this song is just the half of the revelation of Isaiah, another song “Here am I , send me ” should be written and sung at church as often as possible so things would be different. We don’t come to His presence only through  our favourite songs. He is already omnipresent within us through His Spirit after we have been washed by the blood of the Lamb.

The Apostles knew that the Church was the restored Tabernacle of David, the place where Christ is worshiped, speaks prophetically and exercises His authority. The result of the Church flowing in Davidic worship, prophecy and authority was a great harvest of souls

“After this I will return, and will build again the tabernacle of David, which is fallen down; and I will build again the ruins thereof, and I will set it up: That the residue of men might seek after the Lord” Acts:15:16-17

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