A CRY FOR A GREATER DIMENSION IN GOD

Feb 9, 2024

Genesis 1:2-3 The earth was without form, and void; and darkness [was] on the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters. Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light.

When darkness covered the earth, the answer was light. As a church of Jesus, we are supposed to be the answer and solution to questions being asked but is our light strong enough: are we radiating what it takes to invade the gross darkness that is covering the earth?

If we are little candles burning in the dark, how much of that light can affect the darkness? Are we small plantain yet the kind of darkness we see needs a strong beam of light that eliminates it all?

The strength and degree of brightness is determined by what reflects and we are the ones that reflect the light of the sun (Jesus Christ). Are there things/veils in us that make our reflector dirty so that the beam doesn’t come out like it should be?

This is where we need to ask the Lord to eliminate whatever hinders the light within us from shining as bright as it ought to.

1 Corinthians 1:25 Because the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stronger than men.

God’s weakness is stronger than your strength. We are in a situation where people are getting to a place where what they thought was the answer isn’t and this is the time for the church of Christ to reflect the light but we are busy caught up also in things and paying attention to things we shouldn’t. Let us set our faces like a flint and seek this God until He appears to this generation.

Ezekiel 47:2-5

Why are you settling for the ankle-deep when you still see men heading to hell at the speed of light? If the ankle-deep can’t stop it, why should we settle there when there is knee-deep, waist-deep, and a dimension where we can only swim in the largest flow?

Could it be because of a few miracles here and there, that we have reached a place where we think we have arrived?

Thank God for where we are but can’t our eyes see the evil in our generation; if what we have cannot affect the evil and decadness in our colleges and universities, then we must go back to Daddy and ask Him for a higher dimension.

Matthew 12:3-4

When David and his men were hungry, they went into the house of the Lord and found bread that helped them. When people come to the house of the Lord, do they find bread? Man or woman of God, such are the questions that we should ask ourselves.

Let us not bury our heads in the ground but cry to the Lord and tell Him, “no, we cannot settle for this level of manifestation.” Many are satisfied with people falling and there is nothing wrong with that but is that all? Are lives of people being changed and is the power of sin being broken off their lives?

If this power is not affecting us, we can’t sit down and lie to ourselves. You can still speak in tongues either at the ankle deep, knee deep, or waist deep or the flood but the results are not the same; I am an advocate for the flood.

Acts 2:17 [‘ And it shall come to pass in the last days, says God,] [ That I will pour out of My Spirit on all flesh;] [Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy,] [Your young men shall see visions,] [Your old men shall dream dreams.]

Whoever you are, this has nothing to do with a prophet or evangelist but has everything to do with the body of Christ. We are the church: the salt and light of the world and God uses the church as a system of intervention on earth. Let us bow our knees to the One who makes things happen and tell Him; “Daddy, this is not the place, we cannot settle here”. (Deuteronomy 1:6)

There is a cloud of witnesses watching from above, the barton has been handed over to us, and we are in the last leg of the relay, shall we disappoint them? Look beyond yourself, your needs, and desires, and see the nations, villages, and what is going on.

Moses was not a stranger to fire but what caught his attention was that the fire was not consuming the bush (Exodus 3:2). May the Lord do whatever it takes to arrest the attention of my generation that they may draw back to Him.

STAY BLESSED AND HIGHLY FAVORED, WE LOVE YOU.

PASTOR BEN OCHOLA.