Sunday, July 8, 2012


By DR. Kiwi S. Kalloo

Romans 15:15-21
 15For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father.
Very clearly did the spirit speak saying that we have been given a “spirit” and that spirit is not a spirit of fear but a spirit of adoption. A new covenant and in that new covenant there is an inheritance through promise. See, the scripture also declares that we were predestinated to be conformed to the image of his son. This was before the world began, before time was, before Adam and Eve, before the garden, before the fall of man, before we were born, before the moon and the stars.
See, God’s plan goes back before existence itself, for we know that in the beginning “God”.
ber·ēth' (Key) – Hebrew
1) covenant, alliance, pledge
a) between men
1) treaty, alliance, league (man to man)
2) constitution, ordinance (monarch to subjects)
3) agreement, pledge (man to man)
4) alliance (of friendship)
5) alliance (of marriage)
b) between God and man
1) alliance (of friendship)
2) covenant (divine ordinance with signs or pledges)
a) covenant making
b) covenant keeping
c) covenant violation

To fully understand adoption, we must first come to an understanding of Covenant. To be in covenant means to be in a relationship. A covenant is not something that can stand alone, but it is an agreement, usually formal, between two or more persons to do or not to do something specific.
A covenant is a pledge, an alliance, a constitution set forth that supersedes circumstances and conditions. Hear me friends, God has formed an alliance with his children, his pledge is a covenant pledge, his covenant is that of a promise, a promise of better things.
Hebrews 12:24
24And to Jesus the mediator of the new covenant, and to the blood of sprinkling, that speaketh better things than that of Abel.
God’s Covenant with Isaac:
"Now there was a famine in the land, besides the former famine that was in the days of Abraham. And Isaac went to Gerar, to Abimelech king of the Philistines. And the LORD appeared to him, and said, 'Do not go down to Egypt; dwell in the land of which I shall tell you. Sojourn in this land, and I will be with you, and will bless you; for to you and to your descendants I will give all these lands, and I will fulfill the oath which I swore to Abraham your father. I will multiply your descendants as the stars of heaven, and will give to your descendants all these lands; and by your descendants all the nations of the earth shall bless themselves: because Abraham obeyed my voice and kept my charge, my commandments, my statutes, and my laws.' So Isaac dwelt in Gerar." (Genesis 26:1-6)
läm-bä'-nō (Key) - Hebrew
1) to take
a) to take with the hand, lay hold of, any person or thing in order to use it
1) to take up a thing to be carried
2) to take upon one's self
b) to take in order to carry away
c) to take what is one's own, to take to one's self, to make one's own
1) to claim, procure, for one's self
a) to associate with one's self as companion, attendant
2) of that which when taken is not let go, to seize, to lay hold of, apprehend
4) to take to one's self, lay hold upon, take possession of, i.e. to appropriate to one's self
5) catch at, reach after, strive to obtain
6) to take a thing due, to collect, gather (tribute)
d) to take
1) to admit, receive
2) to receive what is offered
3) not to refuse or reject
4) to receive a person, give him access to one's self,

To receive means to take unto oneself, to lay hold of, to take ownership, to have possession of, to collect, to admit, to give access. See, when we read the scripture in Romans;
Romans 15:15-21
 15For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father.
We often think about us receiving, putting aside the true purpose of the gift “God receiving us unto himself”, what a privilege, see, when we take ownership we think carnal, but when God takes ownership he takes it all, we often receive others because of the good that they show. When the old man shows up we condemn and cast out. A typical example would be Jesus and Judas, when Jesus took Judas under his wings he loved him unconditionally in spite of his weakness, he loved Peter in spite of his bad temper, he loved us in spite of our sin. Let’s take a test of self; if our neighbors offend us we cut them off for life but if our children offend us, we love them in spite of their weakness.
Pneuma - Greek

1) the third person of the triune God, the Holy Spirit, coequal, coeternal with the Father and the Son
a) sometimes referred to in a way which emphasises his personality and character (the "Holy" Spirit)
b) sometimes referred to in a way which emphasises his work and power (the Spirit of "Truth")
b) breath of nostrils or mouth

In the same manner that God received us in spite of our sin and unworthiness, we have great need to receive him into our lives,  see as we get connected to him, he gets connected to us.
dü-lā'-ä (Key) – Greek
1) slavery, bondage, the condition of a slave

fo'-bos (Key) – Greek
1) fear, dread, terror
a) that which strikes terror

F – False
E – Evidence
A – Appearing
R – Real
When God comes into our lives and we receive him as he receives us, there is no fear, no intimidation, no condition for his love. See, we are not received to become slaves under fear but to be loves as free.
hwē-o-the-sē'-ä (Key) – Greek
1) adoption, adoption as sons
a) that relationship which God was pleased to establish between himself and the Israelites in preference to all other nations
b) the nature and condition of the true disciples in Christ, who by receiving the Spirit of God into their souls become sons of God

the act of adopting: the adoption of a new amendment.
to choose or take as one's own; make one's own by selection or assent: to adopt a nickname.
to take and rear (the child of other parents) as one's own child, specifically by a formal legal act.
to take or receive into any kind of new relationship: to adopt a person as a protégé.
to select as a basic or required textbook or series of textbooks in a course.
to vote to accept: The House adopted the report.

the state of being adopted.

When God adopted us, he brought us into his own Kingdom and gave us access to his domain, gave us a room of our own and our own set of keys to get in. under his cover we are sheltered and protected from the elements and our food and clothing is provided by him. While we are under his cover he protects us but when we step out from under his cover, we become open to the elements and abuse of the passer bys.
A stranger, alien and foreigner to his commonwealth, without hope, unworthy and disconnected from the Father, he in his infinite way had designed a covenant that would take effect through promise and through this promise we would have an inheritance.
Through legal channels he sent forth his son as a mediator, to be the perfect sacrifice who was also the altar who was also the high priest who shed his own blood to redeem us and write us a new covenant in his own blood. Making us heirs and joint heirs with Christ, sons of Jesus, the 42nd generation, the man child, the first born among many. The sons of God.

äb-bä (Key)– Greek
Abba = "father"
1) father, customary title used of God in prayer. Whenever it occurs in the New Testament it has the Greek interpretation joined to it, that is apparently to be explained by the fact that the Chaldee "ABBA" through frequent use in prayer, gradually acquired the nature of a most sacred proper name, to which the Greek speaking Jews added the name from their own tongue.

pä-tā'r (Key) – Greek
a) the originator and transmitter of anything
1) the authors of a family or society of persons animated by the same spirit as himself
2) one who has infused his own spirit into others, who actuates and governs their minds
b) one who stands in a father's place and looks after another in a paternal way
a) of the stars, the heavenly luminaries, because he is their creator, upholder, ruler
b) of all rational and intelligent beings, whether angels or men, because he is their creator, preserver, guardian and protector
1) of spiritual beings and of all men
c) of Christians, as those who through Christ have been exalted to a specially close and intimate relationship with God, and who no longer dread him as a stern judge of sinners, but revere him as their reconciled and loving Father
d) the Father of Jesus Christ, as one whom God has united to himself in the closest bond of love and intimacy, made acquainted with his purposes, appointed to explain and carry out among men the plan of salvation, and made to share also in his own divine nature

 15For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father.
The process of Adoption is not just about taking on the name of the Parent Father that is standing in the gap to adopt but to take on his name. Taking on his name means to take on his nature and personality. Through adoption, it makes the candidate acceptable and qualified to take on family positions and authority. When Jesus came on the scene he said “I do those things that I am told of my Father” I am not of myself but I came to do the will of my Father. See, I have been contaminated by the sting of death which is sin and my Father found me and performed blood transfusion on me, for his blood was found to be worthy and compatible to flow through my veins, so when Doctor Jesus came on the scene, he prepared me for surgery and blood covenant through the spirit.
When that process of rebirth was taking place I was as dead but his blood revived me and now the life that I now live, I live by the faith of the son of God. It is no longer I that live but Christ that lives in me, for I am bought with a price and I am no longer a slave to sin but a prisoner of grace and that grace is all of God and none of us. So now because we have received that spirit of adoption, he calls us his own.
Taken from a place of darkness and death, we have grown accustomed to the spirit of darkness and death, but being transformed from death unto life, we are no more dead but alive unto God. Being in that place of carnality for so long, we all have grown to be attached to the things that is carnal and find it hard to get detached from that thing that beset us so easily.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

From Milk to Meat

Kiwi S. Kalloo
Establishing people in the Heart of God in Kingdom Worship and Present Truth.

     When the children of Israel complained against God in the wilderness, saying "can God prepare a table in the wilderness" the Lord rained down manna from heaven to them and they ate angel’s food. He fed them to the full with the corn of heaven. God is able to open the windows of heaven and shower upon us blessings that we will not have room enough to contain it.

     Our carnal way of thinking limit the gifts of God from pouring into our lives to the few things that tradition will allow us to receive. Because of traditional ministries, the people of God have been kept on a milk diet and have failed to mature. Milk is necessary but as we grow there comes a time of gleaning when bread becomes necessary in very small amounts, maybe even soaking the bread in the milk at first, for a while, until we have learned how to use our baby teeth. In the beginning when we start eating bread there might be some choking, coughing, spitting and it gets messy. This is a natural process but as soon as we learn how to use out teeth, we sometimes bite the fingers that feed us. There comes a time when we will get accustomed to the bread and will be ready for meat but beat is different from bread.

  •      Heb. 5:12-14 says "for when for the time ye ought to be teachers, ye have need that one teach you again which be the first principles of the oracles of God; and are become such as have need of milk and not of strong meat. For everyone that useth milk is unskillful: fore is a babe. But strong meat belongeth to them that are full of age.
     It will require some chewing to be able to eat meat, if we did not go through the weaning process we will have problems eating meat. There are certain muscles in our jaw and mouth area that needs to be developed that will allow us to eat meat effectively. We sometimes find ourselves sending for the milk diet specialist to help us out with other means of maturing without strong meat. These specialists are false prophets, who takes us around town avoiding strong meat. If we should attempt eating strong meat not having trained jaws and a ready system. Our food consumption requires that we learn how to chew on solid food, if we eat solid food and do not chew enough we will encounter digestive problems. Just to add to that we will also have after and during chewing pains. If we are not ready for this we may encounter some serious health problems like vomiting and cramps.

     What am I saying? We were designed by God to grow up and become matured, if we continue on milk alone we will suffer with serious malnutrition and would remain as babes and weaklings, we need bread and we need meat but there must be a transition, we must be trained how to chew, we also need to be careful as to what we eat, because we have the ability to chew it does not mean that we ought to go around town eating everything in sight.
     Our diet should be chosen food because we are chosen. We absorb what we eat and if we eat unhealthy we will be unhealthy, if we partake of a corrupted word we will ultimately become corrupt just like Eve did. Because we were designed by God to get matured, we will forever crave for more, when we become starved for solid food we are forced to continue on the milk of babes and sometimes told that it’s ok to not eat meat, we are even told that meat is not for everyone, well according to the Word of the Lord, we all need to grow and get matured, meat is for everyone and there is no superior race of man or religion.
     We are all called to be sons, we are all equal in the eyes of God, there is no color or gender preference, we need to press on from being born again to receiving the baptism of the Holy Spirit and then to the baptism of fire. Fire is symbolic of God for he said that he is a consuming Fire. There is more and it belongs to us. We are all special and unique in our own way designed for greatness to become one with him.

Refuge Under his Arms

Kiwi S. Kalloo
Establishing people in the Heart of God in Kingdom Worship and Present Truth.

     We have heard of the everlasting God but we do not speak of his everlasting arms very often. Ps.121:1 asked a question in verse 1 and answered the question in verse 2, "my help comes from the Lord" we have learned very well how to trust our jobs, our bank accounts, our friends, the doctors and even our religious beliefs. We have spent quite a lot of time seeking hiding places in the hills and mountains of our lives, we know where the caves are and we know how we can escape to them when we are faced with trouble. They seem so stable and sure but we are told in Rev. 16 that when the 7 vials of the wrath of God was being poured out that the mountains were no more to be found.

     We have a God who lives and reigns from everlasting to everlasting and he is forever and his arms is unfailing. Rom.8:14 "for as many as are led by the spirit of God, they are the sons of God". We have a place of refuge and that place of refuge is God, safety and mercy and grace and solace that is unfailing is only found in God. Moses spoke of the glorious promises of our great God in Deut.33:27 "the eternal God is thy refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms".

    What a promise, this promise got the children of Israel over the red sea without a ferry boat, without a super freeze of the water, without a mighty bridge. This promise took the children of Israel through the red sea on dry ground with the waters pushed back on the right and on the left causing it to stand as a glass wall until they got to the other side. The arm of the Lord is sure and everlasting, not short and not uncertain but mighty, mighty to save, mighty to heal and mighty to deliver, a sure help in the time of need, a refuge in the time of trouble.
     The arm of the Lord is Jesus and in Jesus there is hope and peace and life everlasting, he is the mighty one of Israel and there is nothing that is too hard for him to do. Elijah caught hold of this revelation and spoke to the sun and the sun stood still, Peter caught hold of this revelation and began to walk in it, the sick was laid in the street so that when he walked by and his shadow touched them they were healed. The promise of the arm of the Lord is available to us today with an unlimited amount of security, trust in him (God) who was and is and is to come, the everlasting arms of the everlasting God.

Where Does My Help Come From

Kiwi S. Kalloo
Establishing people in the Heart of God in Kingdom Worship and Present Truth.

  • Amos 6:1 woe unto to them that are at ease in Zion, and trust in the mountain of Samaria.
     The mountains and hills though it rises in such a majestic splendor of scenery, out of the earth, lifting up her peaks to the clouds, becoming a haven to the eagles that flies high above. Even a wonder worth looking at by the Israelites, seems peaceful with such beautiful scenery. It spelled out a sense of security and safety to the Israelites, a place of refuge, a place where they can run to should the Assyrians come charging through the valley, they could take their families and flee into the mountains and hide there. After the enemies had gone they can return to the valley to rebuild their houses and replant their fields. The physical, literal hills became a place of refuge.

  •      Jeremiah 3:23 truly in vain is salvation hoped for from the hills, and from the multitude of mountains; truly in the Lord our God is the salvation of Israel.
     To the simple farmer, expecting the enemy to sneak in and spoil his harvest would send a lookout person who would find a comfortable spot which provided a vast but very revealing view. Seeing the dust kicking up in the distance he would sound the alarm and the farmers would retreat with their families into the mountains.
This retreat does not defeat the enemy but gives him free access with no one to stand in his way while he enters into the valley and rob the farmers.

     Retreating into the mountains of Samaria provides a physical place of refuge but with great loss. So when the psalmist says "I lift my eyes unto the hills where does my help come from, my help comes from God, maker of heaven and earth".

     This verse of Psalms 121 have a question, "I lift my eyes to the hills, does my help come from the hills? My help comes from God who is the maker of heaven and earth". God is bigger than the mountain, he created the mountain and the mountain is not the refuge but God is.

     The scripture says clearly that "my help comes from God". Crops do not grow on the mountain top, cities are not built on mountain tops, and farming does not take place on the mountains. As the snow melts on the mountain tops the water runs down to the valley, there is loam soil in the valley which is rich for growing crops and plenty of grass for the sheep, the mountain is rocky and unstable to build a house on and have little or no grass and it’s not vegetation friendly. Our help is not in the mountain, though it stands as a forth and a fortress it remains part of God's creation and our help is not in the creation but in the creator, the one who made the mountains.

     When we lift our eyes unto the mountains it should serve as a reminder that God is bigger than that.
Jesus said "if we say to the mountain be gone into the ocean, it shall be done, if we have faith" the mountains may be permanent in our eyes but temporary and dispensable in the eyes of God.
Our help is in God.

The Anointing to be King by the Elders

Kiwi S. Kalloo
Establishing people in the Heart of God in Kingdom Worship and Present Truth.

     David was anointed to be king by the prophet Samuel when he was but a young boy, he had seven brothers and he was the eight son of Jesse. The number eight in the bible speaks of a new beginning and truly David did start something new, God said that David was a man after his own heart. Although anointed to be king and one that was directly in line for the throne, he continued to tend after the flock of his Father and endured the weather and protected the flock. He made sure that he took the flock to green pastures each day. He grew strong and became very skilled on the instrument, he was an extraordinary psalmist. The day came when king Saul became troubled by an evil spirit and needed deliverance, David was recommended to him. The king employed David to play before him and he did, the evil spirit departed from Saul. Although he knew that Saul was rejected from being king and he would one day ascend the throne, David did not try to help expedite the process, David remained faithful to the king.

     The giant came walking through the valley among the armies of Israel speaking blasphemies against the living God, defying the armies of the Lord. He stood with the philistine army to defile the name of the Lord. David's elder brothers were part of the army of Israel and so it was that Jesse asked David to carry some food and water for his brothers and so he did. When David got there he heard things that troubled him, he asked his brothers and the soldiers why this ungodly philistine was allowed to blaspheme against the Lord and remain alive. Goliath asked that they send out one that is worthy to fight him but no one would volunteer. David without thinking twice asked his big brother but his brother would not consent to it, he went before the king and asked permission to represent Israel.

     The king asked of his qualifications so David declared his triumph over the lion and the bear and compared Goliath to a dog. The king finally gave permission to David to represent Israel in battle against the giant, so David went down to the brook and chose 5 smooth stones and went before the giant, the giant laughed as young David approached him, David said " you come before me with sword and shield but I come in the name of the Lord. David reached into his little bag pulling out one of the smooth stones taking no preference among the 5, he put the stone to his sling and aimed at the giant's head and let go. The giant was defeated by the anointed future king of Israel.

     There was much rejoicing among the people. The king began to be jealous of David, after a while the king sought to kill David for it became known that David was anointed to be king. David hid himself from Saul and had many opportunities to kill the king but he would not. After the king died the elders anointed David to be king over Israel.
     David received double anointing before he sat on the throne; he served faithfully and with honor and did not usurp the present authority, King Saul.
     Maybe you were called to be a minister or a pastor or evangelist etc. Being called and anointed does not give the green light to sit on the throne; David spent time with Saul learning the ways of the kingdom and the responsibilities that comes with being a king. It was Saul's responsibility as king to defeat Goliath so David had get permission from Saul before he could have gone out. We might be called for a specific purpose but we must undergo training and act within authority to receive the elder's anointing. The elder's anointing is one that establishes us among people.
     We all need to find an authority and plant ourselves under that authority until we get matured and ready, our gifts and abilities are trained and sharpened during our service. The elders referred to here are the 5 fold ministry, tutors and governors. Not as ignorant but as learned we are apt to teach truth even as we are taught. A word without an anointing is like rain clouds without rain. We have been made kings and priests unto God.

The Anointing of the Prophet To Be King

Kiwi S. Kalloo
Establishing people in the Heart of God in Kingdom Worship and Present Truth.

      The Prophet of God heavy in heart and mourning for the fallen king, after receiving command of the Lord he began making his way through town with a mission to anoint the new king, the reputation of this servant of the Lord brought chill and fear to all, as he passed by the villages and market place some hid from him as it was told that we was passing by for fear of the glory of the Lord that rest on him. Surely the Lord has spoken to him about the next king of Israel which he will soon anoint. When he got to the house of Jesse he declared the Word of the Lord about the next king arising from his house. Jesse being a man of honor and God fearing called the three eldest seeing that they were of age and soldiers in the army of Saul.

     The Prophet looked at them and asked Jesse if he had any more sons left, Jesse called the other Four sons and had them present themselves before the Prophet of God. Samuel looked at the other four and knew that out of the seven the next king was not here. Samuel turned to Jesse one last time and asked if he had any other son remaining, Jesse thought it insignificant to even mention the last but eight son but he did. Jesse called for David as he was a little ways off tending to the flock. The young brother came running from the field into the room, out of breath, all full of sweat, running down his neck and face, his hair all wild and knotted and uncombed, smelly.
     All eyes upon him, suddenly there were a great silence and gross embarrassment among the brothers. He even looked at the door as though he was out of place and wanted to leave, his brothers looked at him with sneer and disgust, thoughts rushing in “this little pip squeak" what does he have to offer? Suddenly his eyes fell on his father, David asked “father, did you call me” yes my son he replied, I came running as I heard your voice, what do you want seeing that I had left the sheep unattended, Jesse replied “the prophet is here and has asked to see you” the moment Samuel laid eyes on him he knew that David was the one. Samuel said to Jesse “he is the one” he is the next king of Israel.
     Can you only imaging the thoughts going through the minds of the seven brothers? David saw the Prophet, maybe he appeared much older than he expected but he was a legend in Israel. He was the Prophet who has judged Israel for many years and when Israel demanded a king, God had the prophet anoint Saul as king. The prophet declared to the young boy what the Lord had commanded him to do. Much disappointment on the faces of the brothers, Samuel took out his horn of oil and poured it upon the head of young David and pronounced him as the next king of Israel.

  • 1 Samuel 16:13 13. Then Samuel took the horn of oil and anointed David in the midst of his brothers; and the Spirit of the Lord came mightily upon David from that day forward. And Samuel arose and went to Ramah.
     David a little puzzled but yet filled with a Godly wonder went back to the flock as though nothing had happened. Songs of praise began to burst forth from his innermost and he began to sing new songs unto the Lord without a crowd of people being present, he loved to play the stringed instrument so while tending to the sheep he would play on the instrument and sing unto the Lord. While tending to the sheep a lion came by hoping to snatch away the flock, David being a young boy now carrying on him the anointing of the prophet and the spirit being strong upon him, went head on to meet the lion and killed the lion with his bear hands, shortly after that a bear came by and tried the same, the young boy responded in the same fashion, not having a need to tell his story to his brothers because they would mock at him anyway.
     The young man had no experience in leading a people or being a king to a nation but little did he know that God was training him in the back side of the wilderness tending to the sheep. Carrying a shine in his eyes and a glow in his face something happened inside him. It was as though he had a spring bubbling inside, he did not quite understand but it was a wonderful experience, as the years went by he was criticized by his brothers, maybe the old man might be losing his marbles, maybe he was growing senile when he came to our house and pronounced David as king, maybe he was wrong because we just can’t see it.

     Nevertheless the prophet anointed David to be the next king and in the mean time while David is unrecognized and mocked and talked about and feels out of place, it just might be that the time is soon coming. Jesus came as a prophet, priest and King and he hath anointed us with the oil of gladness and the garment of praise and while we are in process and the position of kings is not yet, we might be talked about and laughed at and mocked and put down. But bless God that the time is close when we will come to that place of maturity. We will speak of the anointing of the Elders which will show us David ascending the throne in the next session.

Establishing People in the Heart of God In Kingdom Worship and Kingdom Truth. --Establishing people in the Heart Of God. In Worship, Present Truth & Kingdom Principles.

The Sealing of the [Saints Part 24]

Kiwi S. Kalloo
Establishing people in the Heart of God in Kingdom Worship and Present Truth.

     Continuing with the sealing of the saints, talking about the third and final sealing which is the condition of the fully sealed mind, separated, sealed off and set apart from the power of Satan and his evil imaginations and suggestions of his demon spirits. With the power of God, the mind of Christ, the new nature of the sealed heart plus the anointing of the onyx stone, this great army of God will go forth setting the captives free and tearing down the strongholds of the kingdom of darkness, destroying the power of babylon and setting the prisoners free. This first fruit company of the Lord will strip the old mother harlot and all her daughters of their finery and beauty and expose the evil.

     We know that Jesus came and brought us salvation, this is a historical fact, we can also testify that the 120 who were at the upper room and waited for the outpouring were indeed the first fruits of the promise of the Holy Ghost, they were faithful and pressed on the be clothed upon with the spirit of God. We all became inheritors and partakers of the same which they contended for. It is also historically true that Pentecost took place.

     Now we press toward the mark for the prize with patience, we are in the end time and we are closing in to the finish line, when we get there we will experience what Jesus experienced as he went on before us and made it to the finish line. The golden crown of the high priest having the inscription "holiness unto the Lord" this is what we are about to receive at the finish line. A new nature, the God nature, the golden crown in our forehead is the mind of Christ, gold symbolic of the glory of God, we will be clothed with the glory of God at the finish line. Just as what happened in the book of Acts, a first fruit company of over comers will attain this prize and it will spread and transfer to the others. We are in a race where millions have signed in to run but not all are running but still hopeful that they will receive the prize. Paul said " I have fought a good fight, I have kept the faith and finish the course.

     Paul went before us and because he did we are now partakers of the same. Signing in does not give us the prize, contending does. I work in the city and attend many meetings each day, at every meeting we have a sign in sheet that everyone is required to sign. The sign in sheet is legal proof of those who attended but does not prove participation in the meeting. Some sign in but never participate, others sleep in the meeting, and many simply do not understand what is happening and leaves the meeting without an understanding what the next move that's coming. Isn’t this typical of the church today, millions have signed in but not everyone is contending, there is only a remnant from these millions who are pressing toward the mark, the seal, the cutting away, so many of us are stuck in the outer court, so many of us are stuck in the holy place and has become content to stay at Pentecost. Pentecost is not the final destination; the ultimate prize is getting to the Holy of Holies.

     The company of priests who is following after the order of Melchesidec will go before all into the presence of the Holy of Holies and experience fullness, and through them will that glory be transferred to the rest of the body who did not press to overcome.
     So many of us have signed in and since then have fallen asleep with little or no ambition to press on, not seeing a need to press on, this is sad, so many of us losing out on our blessings and a relationship with the Holy Spirit. My encouragement is for us to press, there is more, why settle for less when we have an unlimited source. Press my friends for the time is near.