There I will meet with you
A gathering of the interceding Church for the purpose of unreserved commitment and explicit agreement. . .
God’s history of deliverances, of salvation, allows us to get a glimpse of, and to begin to understand the interaction between the purposes of God, the promises of God and the painful predicaments of a people meant for glory.
Deliverance has come when the word of God has been made void, Ps 119:126.
Deliverance has come when the people of God has chosen to build for themselves, Haggai 1.
Deliverance has come when the purposes of God has been set aside.
Deliverance has come when men and women have decided to seek the Lord with focused intent and with patience and determination.
Deliverance has come when men has gathered together before the Lord according to 1 Tim 2:8, in purposeful union, in deliberate harmony, in matter-of-factness.
Deliverance will come to Zion when men and women gather for the sake of extraordinary prayer.
God delivers a people for his purposes, God saves unto his intentions. God builds his Church. He gathers a people for his praise. He delivers through Christ and unto Christ – to reveal Christ. He builds yet another temple, yet another tabernacle, even a body.
His purpose for this hour – as for all times – is a Consensus Church, the body of Christ. In it he intends to bring forth agreements of an extraordinary kind which, in turn, will bring forth extraordinary prayer. He declares that in such a setting “I will meet with you”. And this concise object aims at bringing back the Deliverer, Jesus Christ, as King and sovereign ruler.