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There is a commanded blessing that God so wants to release upon this earth. It is a blessing that overflows on His beautiful bride.
What is our part in all of this?
In Numbers 10, the Lord said to Moses to make two trumpets of silver and use them to call the congregation and for breaking camp. The trumpet was used to gather the people.

I believe that the trumpet is sounding and God is gathering His people.

He is calling us to a unity of one Spirit that only He can provide. We have tried for centuries to walk together in unity; however, try as we may, the flesh will not adhere to this trumpet call. Only by the Spirit, will we be able to walk together side by side.

In Psalms 133 it says:
Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! It is like the precious ointment poured on the head that ran down on the beard, even the beard of Aaron, that came down upon the collar and skirts of his garments.

It is like the dew of Mount Hermon and the dew that comes on the hills of Zion; for there the Lord has commanded the blessing, even life forevermore.
(Ps. 133)
There is a commanded blessing that God so wants to release upon this earth. It is a blessing that overflows on His beautiful bride.

What is our part in all of this? We have already found that works will not produce unity—maybe for a short time but not sustainable, enjoyable unity that crosses all the boundary lines of denomination.

Then, what is it?

The Sound of the Trumpet
I believe that God is sounding the trumpet to gather believers into His arms so that He can do this great work in and among us. By that I mean, He is calling us to gaze upon His beauty, to look upon His greatness, to worship Him in Spirit and in Truth.

He is saying to the Bride, "Come away with Me, My beloved." I believe that the Father is longing for our presence. We are His favorite. He is moved by the time we spend just loving Him, reading His Word, and singing His Word.

As we behold Him, we are being changed on the inside. This change from within produces the character of Christ. We begin to talk like Him—His Word is our Word. We smell like Him. His character produces a sweet aroma that draws people together. We look like Him. We are charged with His love and this changes our very countenance.

This work He does within produces a love for one another that only the Father Himself can create. We are first commandment lovers of Him and second commandment lovers of our neighbors.

Thus, the commanded blessing of the Lord begins to be released upon our land. How about it? How about gazing upon Him in all that you do? Get up in the morning and look at Him.

Go to work and see Him in everything. Keep your eyes as doves eyes only on Him and see the salvation of the Lord as each one of us begin our own personal revival.

Copyright © Julaine Ministries
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Author Biography

Julaine Christensen
Web site: Julaine International Ministries
Julaine Christensen is an author, psalmist, revivalist, and teacher, and she has spent her life serving the body of Christ as a "mother" to the church. The mission of her apostolic ministry has always been to equip sons and daughters to seek the Kingdom of God through worship, prayer, prophecy, and relationship with the Holy Spirit.

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