In yesterday’s post Unleash Your Kingdom Power, the church at Laodicea thought they were wealthy and in need of nothing but Christ describes them with images of being wretched, pitiful, poor, blind and naked (v.17).The church at Laodicea was the last and worst of the seven churches of Asia.
The passage should make us ask questions about our churches today. Why are we not unleashing our kingdom power? How can we change? What can be done? I think one remedy for the situation is commitment. To make a decision to do something, start doing it, and keep on moving.
It takes time to be committed in any relationship. In our relationship with God, an idea is to have a Holy space. A place to go that is set apart from the world so one can listen for God’s voice in the quiet. Or it might be a mobile place like a walking path, a stop on ones daily travels, or perhaps it is the beauty of God’s creation which furnishes a mobile prayer space.
A daily Holy space helps us to get the instructions we need as we make our moves in life. Let us take inspiration from this video to get our move on: Move – MercyMe.
Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with that person, and they with me. – Revelation 3:20