Exalted *Not* Above Each Other—But Above Our Sin—Where We Can Be FREE!

Let Us Be ONE, Part 4 of 33

Exalted *Not* Above Each Other—But Above Our Sin—Where We Can Be FREE!
Tell one another the time is now. Get up and pray. Let’s go up to Zion. Let’s be ONE. Let’s see the holy city. Let life begin, for we can be ONE.
I want to see the city set high on a hill for all to see—a sight for sore eyes. For they will all know the truth, and the truth will set them free.
Let us be exalted, not above each other, but above our sin, where we can be free. That is the message. Proclaim it. Let others know you care. Let others know you are free. Let others feel My hurt. And do not fear because they are ONE.
This will be the answer—all of us together, with Me in front, giving life. There is no other way. It doesn’t work by itself. There must be a catalyst, an igniter, a higher power, something that can create life, giving you great abundance when you pray.
Stop sinning, and read My Word. Do what it says, daily, for it means business. I have given you a path to follow, a God who indwells you, and wants to give you life.
Come to Me. Let us walk together where we can be ONE, where others can follow, where divorce is no more, where we will not be severed, where the canker worm cannot grow. You and I can be ONE. Let it happen, let us not grow weary. Let us not give up hope. I never will, but you must be in Me to see over the mountains, to see the light of day, the victory that lies ahead.
We can do it, together. Look up and find Mercy. I am waiting. You are My friends. There is much potential when you wait on Me for answers, when you read My Word and obey—from the heart—getting to know each other—feeling each other’s hurts, deeply—applying salve where needed. The wounds will boil. Faint not, My people, and come to Me.
© 2008 Jeff Fenske

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2 thoughts on “Exalted *Not* Above Each Other—But Above Our Sin—Where We Can Be FREE!

  1. thebigpicmin

    Jeff,
    Amen again. I can’t say that I have been doing a great job at this, but that expectation is that we hold every thought captive, that we overcome deliberate sins by remaining in fellowship with the Holy Spirit. Still we are sinners, and will occasionally fall into unintentional sins, but these deliberate sins, this sitting at the table with demons can cost us our salvation!
    http://thebigpicmin.wordpress.com/2010/01/15/overcoming-these-besetting-and-recurring-sins/
    make sense?

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