The Glory of God on Cape Cod: January 23, 2008 update

 *" Those from among you shall build the old waste places; You shall raise up
the foundations of many generations; and you shall be called the Repairer of
the Breach, the Restorer of streets to dwell in" *Isaiah 58:12

*" But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the Glory of the
Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as
by the Spirit of the Lord" *2 Cor 3;18

Today, pastors and leaders from across the Cape, and across denominational
lines, met again to pray for the vision that the Lord deposited in our
hearts, the vision for the Glory of God in our midst, on Cape Cod.

The above verse from Isaiah describes the burden that the Lord put on all
of our hearts and is the essence of our vision. The Lord called us to
re-build the ruined prepare ourselves for His Glory in our
midst. This is the same message that the Holy Spirit is trumpeting across
the globe. The Lord is calling His remnant everywhere, in secular Europe, in
places like Sweden, France and Germany, in the Philippines,
Singapore, across Africa and South America, and stirring them with the same
message.....This is a very discernable thing that we are witnessing the Lord
do across the globe, and it is a sign of the times we live in*......"He that
has an ear let him hear ...".*
We also discussed that we are all in this together for the long haul. We
need to "stay the course", be faithful and steadfast, working together
shoulder to shoulder, in a Nehemiah-like fashion, to do the work that the
Lord put before us.

Please join us at the upcoming *Mid-Cape gathering, Sat, Feb 2, at the
Cape Cod Community College, from 3-6 pm*. *The meeting will be at the Tilden
Art Center.* *Registration is now open on our website: *** <>* .
Please spread the word and encourage *
*others to join us as well.*

The gathering will be primarily worship and prayer, interspersed with brief
sharing/impartation of key principles for the Glory of God in our midst:

a. Intimacy with God, which is the foundation of it all :It is
the realization/revelation of God's love for us that compels us to respond
to Him, that 'we love Him because He loved us first'
b. Holiness in the context of (a.) above :Our obedience is motivated
by, and is an expression of, our love for God

c. Our role as 'watchmen' in Prayer and Intercession: ' *I have set
watchmen on your walls, O Jerusalem (equivalent to Cape Cod for us), They
shall never hold their peace day or night. You who make mention of the Lord,
do not keep silent, and give Him no rest, till He establishes Jerusalem a
praise in the earth (equivalent to till He manifests His Glory in our midst
on the Cape)'. *Isaiah 62:67

The Glory of God on Cape Cod team.