Take Me Where I Would Not Go

We are in the middle of a deep experience where God is driven to get rid of the duplicity in our hearts that disapproves of and crosses out His will.

Peter was a dramatic example of being praised for his revelation one minute, and in the next minute being in total opposition of what Christ was saying (Matthew 16). Just because you have a revelation doesn’t mean you want His will. Peter was focused on himself and how Christ going to the cross would affect him, instead of being focused on how it would affect the Kingdom of God.

We come before You, Lord, and open our hearts. We repent by surrendering to You, stretching out our hands and asking You to take us where we would not go. We reach into a love that will carry us through until we agree with, embrace, and love Your will. Then we will be the force to manifest it to the earth.

This message titled “Take Me Where I Would Not Go” came at Anuhea, Maui, Hawaii. It will be available to hear at Living Word Publications.