SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Scripture: Psalm 15:1-4
Psalm 15:1-4 makes it clear what the qualifications are to walk with God in the judicial in the last days. Verse 4 states, “In whose eyes a vile person is despised, But he honors those who fear the Lord; He who swears to his own hurt and does not change;…” This is a key in our transition to walking in the judicial. Most of us have grown up being taught it was unchristian to despise anyone or judge anyone. But the truth is, while we are not becoming pharisaical in this process, we must take a stand for righteousness and we must declare God’s biblical standard. When we stand up for that, then we cross over into the dimension of praying judicially as mercy to the nation and to the future harvest. Mercy to David put Absalom in the grave. Mercy to the Israelites put the seven nations under their feet. The Key of David is the same anointing in the New Testament that brings that dimension to us. The question is will we embrace it? Can we walk in it and most of all will we be led by the Spirit in its application? Psalm 15 is an invitation to come walk with God in His Holy Hill. In order to do that, it reaches a point where we must take a stand against what is vile and wicked. There comes a point where we must pray judicially. Are we really ready to go there?