- March 15, 2017 at 6:00 am #129403
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
On the Feast of Tabernacles, God commanded His people to dwell in a sukkah, a temporary hut. The sukkah roof had gaps in it, so when you looked up, you would see right through it to the stars. Believers meet in houses of worship and over every house of worship is the heavens. This tells us Heaven is above religion, above theology and our ideas of God and what we’re familiar with. If we just live in what we’re familiar with, we’ll never live a heavenly life. Heaven is bigger and God is always greater than what you think. He’s above the roof. That’s why on Tabernacles you had to learn how to look through the roof, above your ideas, your theology, above yourself. Peter even had to get on top of the roof to get blown away by God’s purpose. Get out of your rut, get out of your familiar thoughts, your routine, your notions of God, get above it and see God for Himself; see God afresh and new and seek a new encounter, because God is waiting to meet you there above the roof.
Scripture: Isa. 55:9
TODAY’S MISSION – Go above the roof today; look above your life, your routines, and your thoughts and get a new revelation of God.
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"Baruch haba ba'Shem Adonai !"
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