Repent To Remove Disobedience

I kicked off the School of Prophets at Shiloh with a Word about repentance, surrounding the story of the Passover. As we become a prophetic community and a school of prophets, we will experience what Moses did with Pharaoh and the gods of Egypt. Judgment will not be something we do; judgment is something we will trigger. Just as God judged both the physical and spiritual realms through Moses, we too will move through the land with discernment and prophecy and affect all creation. Passover also shows God’s grace; God showed each god over Egypt that He was more powerful than they, giving them a chance to bow. Leading up to the time of the Israelites’ deliverance, God said to Moses, “Now is the time.” Likewise, God is coming to us and saying, “Now is the time.”

The story of Moses at Passover gives us another important lesson. Before we can move as God’s prophets in the earth, we must make Him our God by doing what He has told us to do. For Moses, there was just one covenant that would make God the God for him and the people: the covenant of Abraham. Moses, however, had not circumcised his sons. As a result, God sought to put him to death (Exodus 4:24). We must search our hearts for where we have violated what God has asked us to do. We cannot be a school of prophets unless we repent and do what He has directed. Lord, open our eyes and hearts; correct us, so that we can go forward and deliver Your children into the Kingdom.

This message titled “Repent To Remove Disobedience” came at Shiloh, Kalona, Iowa. It will be available at Living Word Publications.