A new spirit

David Garman

For My holy name’s sake, says He. Not for our sakes did He put a new Spirit and a new heart within us. We were given this new life, new way of thinking, the ability to stand up to the storm of various persecutions, for this reason. Our obligation to Father has been ignored, even thoroughly rebuked in fits of rage. “I will put my spirit within you, and cause you to walk in my statutes, and ye shall keep my judgments, and do them.” What does this verse tell us about ourselves? Are we motivated toward His way, or our own? A heart in rejection to this is in rebellion. Father is bringing an end to our rebellion because His Name was placed in us.

You and I, as the called out, again, for Father’s sake, have had our evil ways brought into remembrance. Ashamed by our failures, we have loathed ourselves. This has come on an individual basis, and will therefore come on a national basis. This must take place before the regathering. “This land that was desolate, is become like the garden of Eden.” What a promise! This is what we’re after! Each of us who has ever worked the pest laden, depleted, contaminated ground will feel the cool breeze of paradise against our face. Our iniquities have cursed the land. Our lawlessness must first end, now today, that the land may be healed. Ruined cities to be defended and inhabited. What does this say about the preemptive false kingdom’s open border globalist world?

Yahweh Elohi Israel, Your kingdom come, your will be done.

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