• Tara Wellesley

    THE LORD’S MOVE

    Rom 8:16 The Spirit Himself witnesses with our spirit that we are children of God.

    26…In like manner the Spirit also joins in to help us in our weakness, for we do not know for what we should pray as is fitting, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.

    The greatest revelation in Eze 1 is the wheel within the wheel (vv 15-16)…The wheel is something for moving…The wheel within the wheel is the Lord’s move in our move…He (Ezekiel) did not pray in his feeling, thought, intention, or mood, or in any kind of motivation, arising from circumstances or situations, to fulfil his own purpose. Rather he prayed in the prayer given by the Lord for the accomplishing of His will…a prayer within a prayer. This is the wheel within a wheel…If the church is proper…If the church is genuine, it must be that within our move is the move of the Lord…Nothing can frustrate or stop this kind of move.

    Lord let our prayer be fitting & our move be Your move in order that we may see & gain strength from You to carry on moving towards Your hearts desire!

    Amen!!!

    :-)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=158942840870602 agodman.com blog – E

    Every wheel has a hub which turns the wheel. If the hub stops, the wheel stops. We may say that the hub is the little wheel within the rim of the big wheel. The big wheel turns because the little wheel is being turned. In the church life, the Lord Jesus is the hub—the wheel within the wheel—and we are the rim. If the churches do not move with the Lord, they have no way to go on because there is no wheel within the wheel. But when the churches move with the Lord Jesus, He becomes the wheel within the wheel.

  • Natalie

    The church sees by going on. The more we go on, the more we see. Today we can only see to a certain extent, but tomorrow we will go on and see more. We Christians should be a moving people, we should move, go on, in order to see. If the wheel were to stop moving, it would stop seeing. According to Ezekiel 1:16, our move should be like a wheel within a wheel. The Lord’s move should be in our move. When God’s people move, God moves in their moving. However, if God’s people do not move, God has no way to move. The way God moves is through prayer. Our prayer should be as that of Elijah in James 5:17. A prayer was first given to him, in which he prayed. He did not pray out of himself, his source in prayer was God (the hub, the inner wheel, as the power for moving), and he prayed for the accomplishing of His will. This is the prayer within a prayer, the wheel within a wheel. God is the hub, the inner wheel that moves us as the rim, the outer wheel. We need to move with the Lord in order to go on.

  • Katherine Ko

    The greatest revelation in Ezekiel 1 is the wheel within the wheel. The inner wheel is the motor, the dynamo, the generator. Christ, the hub, is the inner wheel. This inner wheel is the motor, the source of God’s move. When the hub stops, the wheel stops. The big wheel (the rim) turns because the little wheel (hub) is being turned. The moving wheel signifies the Lord’s move and our move. The wheel within the wheel is the Lord’s move in our move. God moves in our move. If we do not move, God has no way to move.

    This can be illustrated by Elijah’s prayer in James 5:17. Elijah earnestly prayed because he received a burden from the Lord to pray in a particular way to accomplish His will. He did not pray in his feeling, thought, intention, or mood, or in any kind of motivation, arising from circumstances or situations, to fulfill his own purpose. He prayed in the prayer given to him by the Lord. This kind of prayer was initiated by God, hence it is the wheel within the wheel.

    We should never despise the genuine move of the Lord, rather we should participate in it. Nothing can frustrate or stop of this kind of move. Today the Lord is the Spirit within our spirit (Rom 8:16), we should pay attention to His moving. When He moves, we move with Him. This is the way to go on. Hallelujah!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002865802860 Marites Arisaka on F

    if we have the wheel with coordination, the Lord follows us, we followed the Spirit and the Spirit is in the wheels, wheels represents the activity the move of the Lord. today the wheels is the churches with Christ as their hub,Christ is the hub, and the churches are the rim. without Christ there is no center. but without the church there is no circumference.without Christ there is no hub, without the church there is no rim. for us to move the wheel. we both need the hub, and the rim. Amen..O Lord.

  • peterchong

    Wonderful… for i am study on thie portion of word…but it give me much more clear picture…thanks!

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