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Divine Order

Lynette HarrisonDivine Order
Written By Lynette Harrison
http://LHEnterprise.org
 
 

In this season, I believe that God is bringing all things in divine order to His will.  He is moving us by His Spirit to come into alignment (positioning) and agreement (harmony) with His will for our lives, His church, and the world.  God is a God of order.

We must remember that the message of the Kingdom spread through persecution in the early church. The early church had gotten comfortable with Jerusalem as its headquarters and base, they had all things common, no need or lack among them, and they were content to stay right where they were.  After all, they were teaching people about Jesus;  people were getting saved, healed, and delivered; but one thing they lacked was fulfilling the full commission of Christ to the entire world...and not just the world they knew (Matthew 28).

Sometimes we, like them, can get stagnated because we are busy. And in a sense, although we are fruitful in our ministries to God and are seeing some level of success, true effectiveness is measured by the execution of purpose and by the seed that is planted.  Effective production comes as a result of planting good seed in good ground, in the right season, and then reaping the results as God gives the increase.

God is always looking for partners who will stay the process.  We must stay the process of fulfilling His vision and mission on the earth.  God created us to have fellowship, come into relationship, and ultimately partnership in fulfilling his vision for the world i.e. bringing many sons and daughters to Christ.

God wants to position us in the earth to claim territories and regions for Christ. This is spiritual warfare in 3D!  We are to exercise dominion and authority through the power of God's Spirit. 

In everyday life, it is one Christ-centered choice, and one Spirit-lead decision at a time in our everyday living, that allows us to fulfill the will of God on the earth.  It is through God's refining process, that He purifies (through the fire) the heart and prunes (by cutting away) that which is not good that has itself attached to us. 

So today, commit to the potters process in your everyday life and fulfill your destiny in God.  Trust that God is bringing all things in this season under divine order with His will and purposes.  Go forward! God bless!

 

 About the Author

Lynette Harrison is a native of Washington, D.C.  She is a student at Grand Canyon University majoring in Christian Studies with an emphasis on Pastoral Ministry.  Mrs. Harrison is the Founder and President of W.O.M.A.N. (Women of God On the Move Making a Difference Achieving Greatness Now) a non-profit organization with a mission of empowering women in their walk with Jesus Christ through workshops, conferences, biblical teaching and radio.  Mrs. Harrison is also is also the Founder and President of LH Enterprises which comprises other businesses that empower, provoke, and challenge the hearts and minds of people; in particular women. She resides in Baltimore, Maryland and is married to her high school sweetheart for twenty-three years.  They have six children, three girls and three boys.

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