MY EPISTLE PART 1; THIS WAS WHAT HAPPENED AT THE MEETING THAT MADE ME CRY AND RESTLESS ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT AFTER THE MEETING BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE

MY EPISTLE PART 1; THIS WAS WHAT HAPPENED AT THE MEETING THAT MADE ME CRY AND RESTLESS ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT AFTER THE MEETING BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE

Often times we see manifestations of the power of God heavy in our meetings.

We see people slained under the intensed atmosphere of His presence.

We have seen yellings and sobbings of men when the spirit of God invades our meetings.

We are not that surprise again when we see people fall under the anointing. Some see it as a yardstick to measure the quantity and quality of the anointing upon a minister.

Lots of our chairs have been broken and our ushers have choose to take painkiller drugs regularly after our meetings because they get to carry people under the influence of the anointing.

Many attend our meetings just to watch these occurrences as a drama but not to be impacted and inhabited by the Spirit that initiates it.

Our ministers are not concerned again about the aftermath of these occurrences in the lives of the attendees. They only rejoice that it happened and to them it’s a prove that they are in alignment with God’s will.

Our ministers are changing to performers as their sole desire is to show the congregation that God is moving and not meeting the desire of heaven for every soul present.

Where are we getting wrong?

*Why is it that despite these occurrences we haven’t met the demands of heaven momentarily?*

Why is it that those that fell under the anointing get back home and fall into sin?



Why is that those that wept under conviction during our meeting also weep in condemnation after falling into horrible sins after leaving our meetings?



Why is it that our attendees in our worship concerts who broke down by the influence of the anointing still queue up in clubs to listen to secular musicians?



Why is it that our worship leader that led us in a journey in the spirit as we all sang; “O Lord set my heart on fire for you” still listens to “If I tell you say I love you ooo” on his phone?

I might not be able to give answers to all of these questions but I can give answers to some from my experience at a recent meeting which made me share tears and restless all through the night.

TO BE CONTINUED.

Follow the next post for the PART 2.

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