Cheer Up! Get On Your Feet, He’s Calling You!

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I heard the Lord say that when we come out of this, He wants us to be a voice. Coming through the Coronavirus I’ve had amazing doors opening up. I’ve been trying to keep up with it. I told somebody the other day that I’m suffering from the PTSZ  – post-traumatic stress zoom. I’ve been on Zoom so much I’m zooming!

Cheer up! Get up on your feet. He’s calling you.” That was said by Jesus’ disciple. I’ll show you.

Look at 2 Peter 1:1. It says something really profound. “Simon Peter, a bond-servant and apostle (special messenger, personally chosen representative) of Jesus Christ…” Notice something here. Jesus called him by his unconverted name because he hasn’t yet been converted. You’ve been hearing me on Thursday nights talk about the fact that you get born again, and then your soul has to get converted. Your soul is your mind, your will, and your emotions. Many Christians think the soul and the spirit are all one, but they’re not! You have a spirit, a soul, and a body. The soul is your mind, your will, and your emotions. It is a Greek word psuche.

Simon Peter is who he’s addressing. Servant of the Lord. A servant and an apostle. But, he’s making sure he understands something because he is yet to have the encounter he’s going to have. And, when these things come about, then there’s a conversion of his soul. It is your soulish man that robs the goodness of God. Your spirit man never has to be encouraged, but your soul will hear the songs… When David said, “Soul, you will bless the Lord!” Right? Your spirit is never told to bless the Lord. Your spirit man wants to bless the Lord but your soulish man has to be reminded to bless the Lord. Because your soulish man is carnally minded. It’s at enmity with God. Your soulish man is earthly interested.

Verse 3 says, “For His divine power has bestowed upon us all things that are requisite and suited to life and godliness through the full, personal] knowledge of Him Who called us by and to His own glory and excellence (virtue).” He called us! That’s important for us to get! Coming out of this event God led me to come to you and remind us that we’ve been called. Because there is a recruiting going on right now in the realm of the supernatural and spirit realm like no other time.

We will continue on Monday! Have a great weekend!