Rule In The Midst Of Your Enemies.

 | Spiry Tee

"The Lord shall send the rod of Your strength out of Zion. Rule in the midst of Your enemies!"
Psalms 110:2 NKJV

God did not call us to a life without enemies like He did not call the children of Israel to a promised land without adversarial inhabitants. The land God gave them was full of giants; huge and fierce warriors.

Jesus was sent as the second Adam to buy back the dominion of the earth legally. He was referred to in prophetic language as the "rod" of God's strength. He came with a dominion mandate, to rule until all the enemies of God are under His footstool.

Under "His footstool" is very instructive for us as the church. By reigning until all enemies are made His foostool, the Father knows that Jesus is the head and the church is the body; and Jesus must reign until every last little Joe (represented by His little toe sitting on His footstool) is victorious over all the enemies.

Jesus is ruling now in and through the church. The body must be part of the dominion mandate. All enemies of God must submit to the church of Jesus Christ the same way they submit to Jesus Himself who is the head.

Jesus was given a name that is above every name that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow. Believers are called by the name of Christ so that they can enjoy the authority in His Name. The believer is in a privileged position.

Enemies of God include sickness, diseases, poverty and death. And Jesus will reign until the church has all of them, including death under our feet. Jesus is calling the church to rise above sickness and death.

Jesus wants the church to know that earthly time is subject to eternity clock.  Time is not your master, Jesus is. You must use time and not be ruled or controlled by it. Rule in the midst of your enemies. Excercise dominion over sickness, poverty, lack and death.

I am called to rule in the midst of poverty, sickness and death. I carry a dominion mandate.

#KnowJesusKnowLife #NoJesusNoLife #Breathe #lifeeternal #rule #midst #enemies

Leave a comment