I just read the First three chapters in Genesis in my new King James. Am I up to it? I started to read it and God Said, No, you have to read it out loud.
My Husband is out, so I Said is it OK if I read it to the dog? It seems odd reading out loud. Anyway I did. Now I realise I am not supposed to be reading it to the dog at all, God wants me to read it to Him.
I am very much being taken to task. I am getting grilled.
The word ore of God is prophetic. In reading it out loud the very meaning of it is manifested throughout time. That means in the past and the future as we know it. The word of God is also relevant to our time. It speaks to the very core of every issue we face, every setback we encounter, and provides guidance in every moment of our lives.
Yikes. I am on the Judgement mat. Thank Jesus I can stand before the Lord God, and He stands with me.
I am at first surprised that my actions this week were judged. phew, I didn’t realise God watches me so closely. I never thought my actions could be weighed like that. I had flashing images of things I have done over the last few days. Not a comfortable feeling.
I am not sure what order I found God showing me these things. I also need to start reading from the beginning again tomorrow, and read to God. He wants to hear His Word.
I think I must just report what I hear God saying and showing me.
The description of God Creating in Genesis strikes me awe.
For this evening there were two things. That God says His House has been built on Sand, and not the Rock that is Jesus Christ. Also that the foundations of the Earth have been undermined.
I think that the First one is probably self evident. Both the Anglican Church and the Roman Catholic Church are suffering scrutiny over allegations of misconduct. God says He calls us as Christians to live above reproach. That we discredit Jesus, and sadden Him beyond our understanding when we let Him down. That Leaders of the Church must have impeccable conduct.
The second part is a warning for new house building. So much mining has gone on over the millennia, that new houses being built must be surveyed properly and the land checked for old mines.
I was told my house was built on sand, that it wasn’t such a good place to have a house. I was running through all the reasons we bought our house in my mind. It is only about fifteen years built. But yes it is a house built on sand. Thank goodness my life is built on Jesus, and my relationship with God. The house can fall down, it’s insured!
It struck me again how we have built great Cathederals, and now visit them as monuments. The temple the Lord God wants, is our obedient, loving heart that easily confesses Jesus is Lord.