Word at Work June 1, 2011
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June 3, 2011

Word at Work June 2, 2011

Scripture: Revelation 19:11

Jesus as King is expressed in Revelation 19:11, “Now I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse. And He who sat on him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness He judges and makes war.” Because we are Kings and because we represent the King of Kings, if we cannot judge and (exercise rulership) make war, then we are not really honoring the Kingly office. The fruit of that is a church that enables evil because it never takes a stand against it by releasing judgment on the perpetrators. The hand of God is slowly rising on display. The early church did not abdicate their authority, they walked in it. They took a stand against evil and God’s hand manifested. But today, we spend all of our time turning a Priestly cheek, and never extending a Kingly rod. As a result, evil continues to grow and develop. It is marching to destroy the Christian heritage of previously Christian nations. The church has allowed it to happen by abdicating our Kingly role. For that, we must repent. Very simply, we have a sin of omission that is huge. It stands before the Throne and it cries out against the church. We must recognize it, own it, repent from it and grow into our Kingly authority. If we do not, we will lose nations in the last days.