HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div
“I am my beloved’s, and his desire is toward me.” (Song of Solomon 7:10).
If you want power you must compress. It is the shutting in of the steam that moves the engine. The amount of powder on a flat surface that sends a ball to its destination when shut up in a gun only makes a flash. If you want to carry the electric current you must be insulated. Stand a man on a glass platform and turn a battery on him and he will be filled with electricity. Let him step off the glass, and the moment he touches earth he loses power.
Solomon’s desire to minister was in a very unique way and I told you before that you have to be in the spirit of Solomon to understand his writing. I am working on that and I am getting there slowly. God wants us to be solely covered by Him so He can use us for His honour and glory. That is why we must climb those steps to the Sanctum Santorum where God dwells. Our lives must be hidden in Christ in God. And so today the church must be concealed in the Holy Spirit where it will receive the divine revelation. A place where there is joy unspeakable and full of glory.
We must be inclosed by His everlasting Covenant. That holds us and keeps us from falling. He will be a wall of fire round about us. He comes Himself and envelops us roundabout with the old Shekinah glory, and will be the glory in the midst. He wants us inclosed–by a distinct act of consecration dedicated wholly to Him. Are you inclosed by His fences, His commandments, His promises, His covenant? Is your heart really and only for the Lord?
If not, come to Him now and let Him separate you from all the things that take your life, and let Him separate you unto Himself, the Life-Giver.