Our Declaration Of Spiritual Independence
There’s An Army Rising Up
If one studies successful revolutions you will notice a curious and fundamental fact: each revolution, good or bad, is built upon a grand idea. The degree, therefore, to which the architects of a revolution articulate this grand idea, determines, in large part, their ultimate success. In other words,
“Message is everything.”
Take, for instance, the American revolution. It was vitally important that the declaration of independence be written because that document articulated the vision for our country in a way that made the intangibles of freedom and personal liberty concrete. It was a vision of “what could be” forged in the minds to those who fought to liberate themselves form English tyranny. This was a positive foundation that was carefully laid by the founding fathers of our country for the express purpose to articulate what we were fighting for. Without saying “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness…” our great country may never have won its freedom.
Likewise, a declaration of spiritual independence is needed in order to articulate the Tabernacle vision for those who struggle to free themselves from spiritual tyranny. The foundation of our movement is based upon such liberty and the theology of Tabernacles will provide the framework for it. These truths are not new but a restoration of the Divine Love that bound believers together in the book of Acts, and it follows in the footsteps of two previous reformations that restored the doctrines of Salvation by Faith and Baptism in the Holy Spirit. This new wineskin will help liberate those that suffer under the harsh bondage of church leadership who claim to know God but do not serve God. Becoming one with God, to the degree that each one of us are able, will strip tyrannical leaders, like the pharisees of old, of their false authority through connecting each and every individual directly to God Himself. No longer will those who claim to be God’s vicars be able to stand between us and our creator because we will listen to, hear, and obey every word that proceeds out of His mouth ourselves.
Tabernacles is a third and final spiritual reformation and as such it must first be articulated before it can be understood and implemented. I write this vision, and I am sure I am not the only one doing so, in order that those who read it may run with its message and proclaim it to everyone. Our mission will succeed because it is was predestined by God to accomplish His will in our generation. This grand idea, from our Father, that each and every one of us can enjoy life, liberty, and happiness simply by being led by His Spirit directly, without intermediaries, will, like a fire brand, ignite a whole generation of believers to declare their independence, throw off the chains that bind them, and enter into the glorious liberty of the Sons of God.
Those who shrink back for fear of the what God is doing will be pained to be delivered of us. They will endeavor to cast us out for His names sake. They will seek to drive us into the wilderness of this world. We will emerge, however, in the Spirit and power of Elijah with a message of true deliverance. Those who have been disaffected by the church will gladly hear this message because His sheep will recognize His voice. We will be moved by His Spirit as one yet those who look only after the natural man will be unaware of the power that drives us.
The final feast, the spiritual fulfillment of the Feast of Tabernacles, will succeed simply because it cannot fail. It has been foreordained from the foundation of this world and it must, in its season, be made manifest in and through the Sons of God. It is coming, it cannot be stopped, and like the infant Jesus only eight days old in the temple, it is already here if you have eyes to truly see.
It is written,
“And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams:”
“For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God.”
“And because ye are sons, God hath sent forth the Spirit of his Son into your hearts, crying, Abba, Father.”