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Scripture reading: Mark 8:22-25

There is a vision in the church. When you read Mark 8:22-25, you will be able to understand the vision. You know, when Jesus had spit on the eyes of the blind man and put his hands upon him, He asked him if he saw ought. Why did He do that? Isn’t it peculiar for Jesus to do that? He did not do that to anyone before; He did not ask anybody before, “What have you seen?” Then in verse 24 we read what the man saw, “I see men as trees, walking,” he said. Brethren, what is this? Did Jesus make a mistake and give him magnifying eyes? If He didn’t make a mistake, He did it deliberately. How do you see that? The Holy Spirit is the eye of the church. It makes the church to see. We see visions, we have dreams, and we see things. Now, Jesus touched this man’s eyes. He put spit on them. That means to say that He took His own Blood (spit is part of the bodies), put it on the man’s eyes, and created vision in the man that was more than what the man could handle. That man represents the church, and if that man represents the church, it means that the vision that God is giving us has to be limited, according to the condition of the church. That man was seeing like someone looking through a magnifying glass. His eyes were no longer 20/20, they were magnified. He saw it magnified. He saw tall men like trees, tall big things. Then Jesus touched him again, and his vision was normal.

I think it is a message that God is sending to us. He is going to give us a measure; He is going to give us the ability to see in measure. That is, at this time, He is anointing the eyes of the church to see, but if He would give us the real thing, we would be seeing too much. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

The eyes of the church must see. But hear this! If you see, and you keep it to yourself, it is no good. That is why God placed elders in the church. Elders are supposed to be people who are older spiritually, who can look at a matter and if they don’t understand it, they can ask God to tell us what the meaning of this or that is. Don’t take your dreams lightly and throw them away. If you do that, then you are rejecting God, for God is now bringing back the eyes of the church to see, not only for myself, but to see for the church. Hallelujah!

(Excerpt from Keeping in Touch, December 2006, pg. 11-12)

Thought for today: God is, at this time, anointing the eyes of the church to see. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

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Scripture reading: Mark 8:22-25

There is a vision in the church. When you read Mark 8:22-25, you will be able to understand the vision. You know, when Jesus had spit on the eyes of the blind man and put his hands upon him, He asked him if he saw ought. Why did He do that? Isn’t it peculiar for Jesus to do that? He did not do that to anyone before; He did not ask anybody before, “What have you seen?” Then in verse 24 we read what the man saw, “I see men as trees, walking,” he said. Brethren, what is this? Did Jesus make a mistake and give him magnifying eyes? If He didn’t make a mistake, He did it deliberately. How do you see that? The Holy Spirit is the eye of the church. It makes the church to see. We see visions, we have dreams, and we see things. Now, Jesus touched this man’s eyes. He put spit on them. That means to say that He took His own Blood (spit is part of the bodies), put it on the man’s eyes, and created vision in the man that was more than what the man could handle. That man represents the church, and if that man represents the church, it means that the vision that God is giving us has to be limited, according to the condition of the church. That man was seeing like someone looking through a magnifying glass. His eyes were no longer 20/20, they were magnified. He saw it magnified. He saw tall men like trees, tall big things. Then Jesus touched him again, and his vision was normal.

I think it is a message that God is sending to us. He is going to give us a measure; He is going to give us the ability to see in measure. That is, at this time, He is anointing the eyes of the church to see, but if He would give us the real thing, we would be seeing too much. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

The eyes of the church must see. But hear this! If you see, and you keep it to yourself, it is no good. That is why God placed elders in the church. Elders are supposed to be people who are older spiritually, who can look at a matter and if they don’t understand it, they can ask God to tell us what the meaning of this or that is. Don’t take your dreams lightly and throw them away. If you do that, then you are rejecting God, for God is now bringing back the eyes of the church to see, not only for myself, but to see for the church. Hallelujah!

(Excerpt from Keeping in Touch, December 2006, pg. 11-12)

Thought for today: God is, at this time, anointing the eyes of the church to see. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

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Scripture reading: Mark 8:22-25

There is a vision in the church. When you read Mark 8:22-25, you will be able to understand the vision. You know, when Jesus had spit on the eyes of the blind man and put his hands upon him, He asked him if he saw ought. Why did He do that? Isn’t it peculiar for Jesus to do that? He did not do that to anyone before; He did not ask anybody before, “What have you seen?” Then in verse 24 we read what the man saw, “I see men as trees, walking,” he said. Brethren, what is this? Did Jesus make a mistake and give him magnifying eyes? If He didn’t make a mistake, He did it deliberately. How do you see that? The Holy Spirit is the eye of the church. It makes the church to see. We see visions, we have dreams, and we see things. Now, Jesus touched this man’s eyes. He put spit on them. That means to say that He took His own Blood (spit is part of the bodies), put it on the man’s eyes, and created vision in the man that was more than what the man could handle. That man represents the church, and if that man represents the church, it means that the vision that God is giving us has to be limited, according to the condition of the church. That man was seeing like someone looking through a magnifying glass. His eyes were no longer 20/20, they were magnified. He saw it magnified. He saw tall men like trees, tall big things. Then Jesus touched him again, and his vision was normal.

I think it is a message that God is sending to us. He is going to give us a measure; He is going to give us the ability to see in measure. That is, at this time, He is anointing the eyes of the church to see, but if He would give us the real thing, we would be seeing too much. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

The eyes of the church must see. But hear this! If you see, and you keep it to yourself, it is no good. That is why God placed elders in the church. Elders are supposed to be people who are older spiritually, who can look at a matter and if they don’t understand it, they can ask God to tell us what the meaning of this or that is. Don’t take your dreams lightly and throw them away. If you do that, then you are rejecting God, for God is now bringing back the eyes of the church to see, not only for myself, but to see for the church. Hallelujah!

(Excerpt from Keeping in Touch, December 2006, pg. 11-12)

Thought for today: God is, at this time, anointing the eyes of the church to see. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

Read Full Post »

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Scripture reading: Mark 8:22-25

There is a vision in the church. When you read Mark 8:22-25, you will be able to understand the vision. You know, when Jesus had spit on the eyes of the blind man and put his hands upon him, He asked him if he saw ought. Why did He do that? Isn’t it peculiar for Jesus to do that? He did not do that to anyone before; He did not ask anybody before, “What have you seen?” Then in verse 24 we read what the man saw, “I see men as trees, walking,” he said. Brethren, what is this? Did Jesus make a mistake and give him magnifying eyes? If He didn’t make a mistake, He did it deliberately. How do you see that? The Holy Spirit is the eye of the church. It makes the church to see. We see visions, we have dreams, and we see things. Now, Jesus touched this man’s eyes. He put spit on them. That means to say that He took His own Blood (spit is part of the bodies), put it on the man’s eyes, and created vision in the man that was more than what the man could handle. That man represents the church, and if that man represents the church, it means that the vision that God is giving us has to be limited, according to the condition of the church. That man was seeing like someone looking through a magnifying glass. His eyes were no longer 20/20, they were magnified. He saw it magnified. He saw tall men like trees, tall big things. Then Jesus touched him again, and his vision was normal.

I think it is a message that God is sending to us. He is going to give us a measure; He is going to give us the ability to see in measure. That is, at this time, He is anointing the eyes of the church to see, but if He would give us the real thing, we would be seeing too much. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

The eyes of the church must see. But hear this! If you see, and you keep it to yourself, it is no good. That is why God placed elders in the church. Elders are supposed to be people who are older spiritually, who can look at a matter and if they don’t understand it, they can ask God to tell us what the meaning of this or that is. Don’t take your dreams lightly and throw them away. If you do that, then you are rejecting God, for God is now bringing back the eyes of the church to see, not only for myself, but to see for the church. Hallelujah!

(Excerpt from Keeping in Touch, December 2006, pg. 11-12)

Thought for today: God is, at this time, anointing the eyes of the church to see. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

Read Full Post »

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Scripture reading: Mark 8:22-25

There is a vision in the church. When you read Mark 8:22-25, you will be able to understand the vision. You know, when Jesus had spit on the eyes of the blind man and put his hands upon him, He asked him if he saw ought. Why did He do that? Isn’t it peculiar for Jesus to do that? He did not do that to anyone before; He did not ask anybody before, “What have you seen?” Then in verse 24 we read what the man saw, “I see men as trees, walking,” he said. Brethren, what is this? Did Jesus make a mistake and give him magnifying eyes? If He didn’t make a mistake, He did it deliberately. How do you see that? The Holy Spirit is the eye of the church. It makes the church to see. We see visions, we have dreams, and we see things. Now, Jesus touched this man’s eyes. He put spit on them. That means to say that He took His own Blood (spit is part of the bodies), put it on the man’s eyes, and created vision in the man that was more than what the man could handle. That man represents the church, and if that man represents the church, it means that the vision that God is giving us has to be limited, according to the condition of the church. That man was seeing like someone looking through a magnifying glass. His eyes were no longer 20/20, they were magnified. He saw it magnified. He saw tall men like trees, tall big things. Then Jesus touched him again, and his vision was normal.

I think it is a message that God is sending to us. He is going to give us a measure; He is going to give us the ability to see in measure. That is, at this time, He is anointing the eyes of the church to see, but if He would give us the real thing, we would be seeing too much. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

The eyes of the church must see. But hear this! If you see, and you keep it to yourself, it is no good. That is why God placed elders in the church. Elders are supposed to be people who are older spiritually, who can look at a matter and if they don’t understand it, they can ask God to tell us what the meaning of this or that is. Don’t take your dreams lightly and throw them away. If you do that, then you are rejecting God, for God is now bringing back the eyes of the church to see, not only for myself, but to see for the church. Hallelujah!

(Excerpt from Keeping in Touch, December 2006, pg. 11-12)

Thought for today: God is, at this time, anointing the eyes of the church to see. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

Read Full Post »

Scripture reading: Mark 8:22-25

There is a vision in the church. When you read Mark 8:22-25, you will be able to understand the vision. You know, when Jesus had spit on the eyes of the blind man and put his hands upon him, He asked him if he saw ought. Why did He do that? Isn’t it peculiar for Jesus to do that? He did not do that to anyone before; He did not ask anybody before, “What have you seen?” Then in verse 24 we read what the man saw, “I see men as trees, walking,” he said. Brethren, what is this? Did Jesus make a mistake and give him magnifying eyes? If He didn’t make a mistake, He did it deliberately. How do you see that? The Holy Spirit is the eye of the church. It makes the church to see. We see visions, we have dreams, and we see things. Now, Jesus touched this man’s eyes. He put spit on them. That means to say that He took His own Blood (spit is part of the bodies), put it on the man’s eyes, and created vision in the man that was more than what the man could handle. That man represents the church, and if that man represents the church, it means that the vision that God is giving us has to be limited, according to the condition of the church. That man was seeing like someone looking through a magnifying glass. His eyes were no longer 20/20, they were magnified. He saw it magnified. He saw tall men like trees, tall big things. Then Jesus touched him again, and his vision was normal.

I think it is a message that God is sending to us. He is going to give us a measure; He is going to give us the ability to see in measure. That is, at this time, He is anointing the eyes of the church to see, but if He would give us the real thing, we would be seeing too much. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

The eyes of the church must see. But hear this! If you see, and you keep it to yourself, it is no good. That is why God placed elders in the church. Elders are supposed to be people who are older spiritually, who can look at a matter and if they don’t understand it, they can ask God to tell us what the meaning of this or that is. Don’t take your dreams lightly and throw them away. If you do that, then you are rejecting God, for God is now bringing back the eyes of the church to see, not only for myself, but to see for the church. Hallelujah!

(Excerpt from Keeping in Touch, December 2006, pg. 11-12)

Thought for today: God is, at this time, anointing the eyes of the church to see. He is telling us that there is another vision beyond what we are seeing.

Read Full Post »