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Bound In The Spirit

Posted on April 7, 2019 at 8:05 PM Comments comments (0)

                                                                           


Bound in the Spirit

                           And now, behold, I go bound in the spirit unto Jerusalem, not knowing the things that shall befall me there; Acts 20:22


Apostle Paul did not know the things that would befall him in Jerusalem, but Holy Spirit of God surely did! Because Paul was bound in the Spirit, he could rest in the fact that in his obedience to the leading of the Spirit of God, his steps were being ordered. Paul was so steeped in the Presence of God that he saw himself as “a prisoner of Christ Jesus” for the cause of Christ. Yoked up with the Lord! When one is in sync with the Lord to that degree

he or she MUST obey the Spirit. Two oxen yoked together, joined at the head or neck, walk in tandem if they are to reach their destination. Do you know why his “yoke is easy and his burden light’? Because God is pulling the heavy load of whatever our situation may be WITH us! Teamwork! For the Bible says we are to be workers together WITH God. Whatever our ministry may be, by the grace of God, do as Paul did and be “bound in the Spirit”. In the intimacy of the yoke, mouth to ear, we get direction, guidance, strength, power, and help. My God, we get comfort from the Comforter the Lord sent when we are bound in the Spirit! For He is Elohei Khol Nechamah, “The God of all Comfort” (2 Cor 1:3” I just sort of see the covering of Holy Spirit of God as in the picture above. Oh! To walk with God like that! In another Bible version, bound in the Spirit is interpreted as “impelled by a sense of duty”. It’s our reasonable service to be about our Father’s business, is it not? Understand, Abba Father does not FORCE us. Even when the burden of the Lord comes upon one, the Lord would remind us that, by his grace, “My burden is light and easy to be borne.” When one is bound in the Spirit, he or she can do all things. All of it through Christ Jesus! No, the “sense of duty” is not a drudgery. To be bound in the Spirit...drawn irresistibly, by him, is to be captive to the Spirit and very sensitive to him. It is out of love, the Lord’s love for US, for He loved us FIRST, warts and all, and our love for HIM that we are as Paul, wrote, “ obligated and compelled by the convictions of my own spirit”, to obey. Paul HAD to go to Jerusalem not knowing what to expect. “If you love me, keep my commandments.” John 14:15. Obey me. Follow directions. We New Testament Christians, too, are to be constrained by, in obedience to, “bound in the Spirit”. It’s something we have to practice, in small ways and large ways. Then comes the syncing with the Spirit. Then comes an ear to hear his voice and because of close proximity to him, that “smearing” of oil, the yoke destroying anointing of God. Glory to God, yoke destroying power comes because of being yoked WITH the Lord. In this season, my focus has been to just focus on my love relationship with the Lord and ministering to him. Everything else is in his hands. It is so liberating! He is absolutely sovereign, and there’s nothing anyone can do to thwart his plans and purposes. They will come to pass in spite of us, not because of anything we do. It is no good thing WE do. It is not us, it is Him!


I am the LORD: that is my name: and my glory will I not give to another, neither my praise to graven images. Isaiah 42:8



Beloved, we have no bragging rights. Glory in the Lord, and like the Apostle Paul, walk out your life and run your race all wrapped up in the Spirit. Hallelujah, And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men. Keep this in mind as you do: The Word of God is NOT bound, and there is no distance in the Spirit. What a powerful combination to be be bound in the Spirit, wielding the two-edged sword of the Spirit: the Word of God. The child of God who is compelled by the Spirit and using the "sword of his mouth" by speaking the Word is operating out of the Kingdom of God. In this hour, that kind of Christ-centered power and authority is mandatory! I want to exhort you to seek God's face and an even closer walk with him.  Be captivated by him!


In his bonds,

Prophetess Vickie Lee

















A Quick Response

Posted on January 16, 2018 at 10:40 AM Comments comments (0)

Peace to you Beloved,


You know Abba Father is always dealing with us and gently trying to get our attention.

He draws us, even summons us to spend time with Him. It is up to us to respond. We have to respond to Him. This morning He summoned me right in the midst of breakfast. I had just poured the milk on my cereal! It was up to me to postpone breakfast, just drop it right there, and go and see why I was being summoned. I had free will to say, " I hear you Father, but just let me finish this cereal. THEN I will position my self to commune with you." Over the years I have learned to immediately obey when Elohim Koreh, when God calls. If He is calling, He has something to share with me. Right then and there. If I put off getting in a position of hearing from Him, I miss God. The sense of regret, " What did he want to ,NEED to say to me?" hangs with me all day. Jesus said, "My sheep know my Voice." He had a word for me specifically today. He speaks today. He calls to speak to you, a spirit-filled believer, too. Learn to have a quick response. We don't have to walk out our life in darkness or without guidance from God by His Spirit. Respond to the summons, the call, voice of the Lord. Amen.


Just Your Presence!

Posted on January 16, 2018 at 10:30 AM Comments comments (0)


Praise the Lord, Beloved!

I keep hearing, " We are a chosen generation!" in my spirit. And so we are. Chosen to be workers together with God, to be a light in this world, chosen to reconcile man back to Christ. Your very presence in your family, at your job, as you are out and about during your day, is to shine the Light of the Holy Spirit within. And you never know when someone sees the light. Yesterday, a co-worker commented on my response to a statement made during a staff meeting, "You just smiled and lit up!", she said. That dear one attributed the ''light" to the comment that was made. She said ," I just laughed at the way you smiled." This was hours later when she recounted her response. I knew she had seen the joy of the Lord! Sometimes, just one's smile can touch another's heart. If that smile has "light". And one never knows when someone is watching. Especially if they know you confess Christ as Lord and Savior. Let's be mindful of our testimony. For some, we are the only example of Christ-like character and demeanor they will ever see. Let His light shine through you. Amen.