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Jesus is the answer

an autum leaf with the words a serious chat with jesus behind it.

I had a vision recently, I saw a large older two-story building in a landslide going over the edge of a cliff, I watched as it disappeared into the valley and hit the ground it was destroyed. I looked across the valley, to the other side of the chasm and there stood Jesus.

As the building hit the ground it seemed instantaneously a new structure was resurrected out from the rubble. This structure did not resemble the first one it was a city with buildings of all different shapes and sizes.

I did not doubt that Jesus orchestrated the whole thing. He looked content with the result.

Interpretation and insight.

Jesus is changing the structure of the church and the way we do church. The foundations were not built to hold the multi-diversity Jesus intended for these last days.

The resurrected structure reflected a varied and vibrant community, incorporating different shapes and sizes. Reflecting engagement with the marketplace and community services, downloads of blueprints for various spaces like justice, advocacy, economic solutions, education, health support and more are available as we wait upon Him.

Blending the body of Christ into the marketplace and social services fosters a greater sense of community.

Providing hope that could not be released through the current structure. Being able to meet the complex and multi-faceted problems of today opens doors of opportunity.

Jesus is still the answer for all generations but he is opening up new ways for Him to touch the broken the lost and those suffering under the burden of generational sin.

Jesus is the redeemer, deliverer and healer of this world he is not prepared to watch this generation perish. This is not a manmade assignment this is a mandate from heaven.

Jesus is still the Saviour and intercessor filled with compassion who weeps over each soul He is not prepared for any to perish.

2 Peter 3:9

“The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance”.


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