February 5, 2023
SEEING HIM WITH OUR EYES
I have heard of Thee by the hearing of the ear; but now my eye sees Thee; therefore, I retract, and I repent in dust and ashes.
Job had experienced a relationship with God before his trail of fire. He had honored God with his life. Yet, there was more that God wanted to reveal to Job concerning His greatness. So God brought Job into a time of learning.
Job's statements after His revelation of God reveal much. "My eye sees Thee." This greater revelation allowed Job to see God in a more intimate way and to more fully understand God's greatness and His power!
Because of this relevation, Job felt a need to repent for his actions both before and after the trail. We must remember to stay humble before our God as it is by His power that we are able to resist sin and stay in His will. As we do, we can walk more fully in His will and in His power to better establish the kingdom in the earth!
Saints, let us not question Father's plan so much, but let us grow in grace and in the maturity of our Lord Jesus!
You may see some things in our worship that are different. Listed below are a few of these things and their scriptural references.
Singing In The Spirit:
1 Cor. 14:15, Psalm 149:1,
Lifting Up “Holy Hands”: Psalm 63:4, Psalm 134:2,
1 Tim. 2:8
Prophecy or Interpretation of Tongues:
1 Cor. 12:10, 1 Cor. 14
Word of Wisdom or Knowledge:
John 4:17, 1Cor. 2:11,12,
Being “Slain In The Spirit”:
2 Chron. 5:14, Matt. 28:4,
John 18:6, Acts 9:4
Flags and Banners:
Psalm 20:5, Ex. 17:15,
Bishop Bill Hamon.
Founder of Christian International Ministries. A Prophet for over 60 years.
Apostle Leon Walters
Central Heartland Regional Director