From The Saturday Review of Literature, July 6, You know you have to read "between the lines" to get the most out of anything. I want to persuade you to do something equally important in the course of your reading. I want to persuade you to write between the lines. Unless you do, you are not likely to do the most efficient kind of reading.
This was the word: I was happy where I was. Like many of you, I like things to stay the same. I loved my circle of relationships and the familiar places I got to serve.
But I knew God was talking to me. It burned like a branding iron. Every single day for nearly 14 months, that same word has reverberated in my soul and troubled my feet. Fast forward 12 months exactly to the most recent November.
That God can speak through dreams is clear in our own Bibles, of course, but for many of us it is unusual. What I do feel is a strong compelling to share with you what I knew beyond a doubt it meant.
I believe that I can either be obedient to God in the faith walk He is setting before me or He will take my voice. I do not feel that it was a rebuke. I felt that it was a warning. What was not emphasized at that time was the content of the revelation. Moore's post goes on to say: And I have rarely — if ever — received clearer orders from God.
We must all be willing to exceed denominational boundaries. Revival is at stake. Nearsightedness will trip us and disunity will slay us in the perilous days to come. We can prioritize our denominations over the Scriptures if we want to but we will shrivel up and die on the vine if we do.
We who are called to teach must teach the Scriptures even if — and especially when — they differ from our long-held stance. That we will answer for.
These are days for bravery. To avail ourselves to the Holy Spirit and a fresh work of Christ in our midst, our healthy fear of God must far exceed our fear of man. I say this with tremendous love.
Those who refuse to rock the boat when Jesus is tossing the waves in their faces will never know the thrill of the water beneath their feet. Change is on the horizon and certainly not only where I live and serve.
The winds of the Holy Spirit are picking up. We can dig our feet in the ground and demand to stay right where we are.
We can toil to maintain things just as they have been for years. And we can be left out of a coming awakening that could one day be recorded in the annals of Christian history.
Sourceemphasis added What is this "awakening," this "fresh work of Christ," this "revival," this "wind"? Below is a short clip from Moore's teaching at that event: The astute viewer will notice that the message Moore is sharing allegedly was given to her directly by God, thus it cannot be questioned lest we question the Lord Himself.
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