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Desperate for the Glory

Posted by appolus on March 4, 2020

The true power of those who walk the Kingdom walk lies not in an alleviation of circumstances but an elevation of Spiritual awareness.To enter into the Glory. Just one glimpse of His glory elevates us high above the circumstances of our lives. His Glory is the updraft that raises us high above our circumstances. To look into the eyes of Glory means to rise above the storms of this world. There is no set of chains that can restrain the child of God. There is no trial on earth that can hold our bodies down. When we see His Glory, when we fix our eyes on His majesty then no matter what our circumstances are we begin to rise up.

There is a heavenly choir of glory that beckons us to come up. The only thing that can hold us down is our own hands. When we let go of our circumstance and lift our eyes up to Jesus that name which is above every name, then we begin to rise up. Will you lift your eyes towards heaven today saint? The Lord sees you in the midst of your trial, can you see Him? Will you let go today? Will you release your grasp today from the circumstances which threaten to destroy you? No matter how terrifying this may seem, will you let go today? Glory awaits you. Lift you voice in praise today, let it rise up to heaven itself and suddenly you will find yourself in the midst of Glory.

My spirit is desperate for a holy hush to fall over His Church. Let us come into His presence with whispers of glory. Dare we make a noise in the glory? Dare we lift our heads in the glory? Father we call upon you from the quiet of our spirits, not with words but with longings. Jesus, can you hear our thirst? Can you hear our hunger. Can you hear my heart cry?

Can you hear the tears of my spirit as they fall? With trembling hands raised in desperation my heart shouts out without any words spoken. I pray the noise of holy silence finds its way to the throne room Jesus. Hear the silent pleas of your children tonight Jesus. Jesus, how I love that name. There is glory in the name of Jesus. That name is the echo of my heart. Oh for the glory of God that consumes me and ruins me and leaves me flat on my face before you. Oh glory, come to me.

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