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General Deborah Green

Thank God that we can rely upon Him, for He is our righteousness and our glory. When we are depending upon God we find that He will show us again and again that His grace is sufficient for us. We have been experiencing His grace and mercy in fantastic and beautiful ways, and as we recognize our own failures and shortcomings He is the One who does love and succor us and bring us forth.

So often as believers we fail to see how really needy of God we are, then the Lord allows us to see that without Him we are nothing. He does that because He loves us and wants us to realize that our sufficiency is not of ourselves but of Him. When we are sure of ourselves we are not cleaving to the Lord but instead a false imagination of our own capability. But when we have faltered along the way, or even fallen short of the glory of God, then do we fully appreciate the tender mercies of the God who loves us and gave His only begotten Son to bring us forth.

One thing that God has shown to me is that if He loved us so much when we were yet sinners and His enemies that He gave His Son for us, how much more does He love us now and how much more does He desire to heal our wounds and set us on the right pathway one more time? We are so privileged to be the children of a loving Father who sees us as we are—needy and groping.

The truth of it is when the anointing of God is on us we can all be valiant in battle, and walking in the righteousness that the Lord desires in His people. But aside from the power of God overshadowing our lives, we are all needy and groping for the way of His life.

How wonderful it is to know that God meets us in every condition if we will but cry out unto Him. Despite rumors to the contrary, we are experiencing a glorious move of God in our lives as a people, for the Lord is moving by Repentance, Deliverance, REVOLUTION! in our midst. Through a series of events that only the Lord could have engineered He has humbled us that He could bless us. We rejoice in His goodness extended to our lives. Through the humbling of God we are experiencing great and deep repentance and at the same time the Lord has been moving by His delivering hand, bringing us forth in the newness of life that only He can provide. We have seen the demons flying as we have experienced deliverance over areas that had laid dormant yet under Satan’s control for years.

Now the Lord by His great mercy has ferreted out the spirits of darkness that sought to destroy His people and brought forth a new out pouring of His love in our lives. If you have never experienced the glories of His Repentance, Deliverance, REVOLUTION! begin to cry out to God to be convicted of areas of sin in your life. As the spirit of conviction moves upon you do not resist it but yield fully to its power and you will find that God will help you tremendously to be exposed and made humble to repent. Then as the ground of your heart is softened by the repentance, command out any foul spirits that are shown to you by the Holy Ghost.

Through this move of God’s Spirit you will experience a new breakthrough in your life in Christ and you will rejoice knowing that all things work together for the good as you love the Lord. From our situation we are thanking and praising God that He is the one we look to and receive mercies from, that He is the one who has bonded us together in a greater covenant of love and commitment than ever before. We thank Him for His sovereignty, for His mastery, for His direction. And we know that while there are plenty of enemies who try and curse us, that it is our God who will bless us and keep us in Him because we look to and believe our God and trust in the mercies that He provides. We thank Him for His Repentance, Deliverance, REVOLUTION! in our lives and for His mercy that endures forever.

“Bow down thine ear, O Lord, hear me; for I am poor and needy. Preserve my soul; for I am holy: O thou my God, save thy servant that trusteth in thee. Be merciful unto me, O Lord: for I cry unto thee daily. Rejoice the soul of thy servant: for unto thee, O Lord, do I lift up my soul. For thou, Lord, art good, and ready to forgive: and plenteous in mercy unto all them that call upon thee. Give ear, O Lord, unto my prayer, and attend to the voice of my supplications. In the day of my trouble I will call upon thee: for thou wilt answer me.” Psalm 86:1-7

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