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

  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, a vision of His Glory in our midst and the subsequent outbreak of

*" Call to me, and I will answer you, and show you great and mighty things,
which you do not know." *
* *Jeremiah 33:3

*"I will cleanse them from all their iniquity by which they have sinned
against me, and I will pardon all their iniquities by which they have sinned
and by which they have transgressed against me. Then it shall be to Me a
name of joy, a praise, and an honor before all nations of the earth, who
shall hear all the good that I do them; they shall fear and tremble for all
the goodness and all the prosperity that I provide for it."*
* *Jeremiah* *33: 8-9
*" Now all these things happened to them as examples, and they were written
for our admonition, upon whom the ends of the ages have come" *
1 Cor 10:11

** Today we discussed the above scriptures from Jeremiah. The Hebrew word
for "Call" in the above verse means "Cry out". Many of us share a sense of
urgency to "Cry out" to the Lord, as we recognize our spiritual poverty, for
His Glory to be revealed in our midst. We share a witness of the Holy Spirit
that as we respond to the Lord's work in us to consecrate us, that we will
be able to contain His Holy Presence dwelling among us. Such Presence is
self-evident and noted by both believers and unbelievers around us, and
results in an outbreak of revival.

We were also led by the Holy Spirit to consecrate our whole life to the
Lord. How we spend our time, our money, what we let our eyes see, our ears
hear, our speech, our relationships...etc. We acknowledged that the whole
church, ourselves included, have been polluted by the sin around us in the
world, by lust for food, sex, power, money, and love of the world. We were
led in repentance and corporately prayed Psalm 51.


The Glory of God on Cape Cod team

Here is a relevant link to our consecration:

Overcoming lust and sexual immorality, by Corey Russell: