Glory to be Revealed — A Quote by Francis Frangipane in “The Days of His Presence”

“The world will see the Lord Jesus Christ accompanying His church in profound displays of glory. Great power from God shall seek out and rest upon those who are choosing now to humble themselves before Him… The praying, hungering church of Jesus Christ is about to enter a season of extraordinary manifestations of God’s glory.”

— Francis Frangipane, “The Days of His Presence”, p 17

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  1. Gail

    Oh yes, Now i am really just a nobody in the world’s eyes.. I am not a big successful woman. Neither do I have a huge ministry. I am single. I lived as an outcast most of my life, a spiritual harlot and a wanton woman. Today I know who I am. I am a child of the living God. I am a beauty in God’s eyes. Today I only desire God’s will for me, not man’s and not the church’s. I know my LORD. He is my Rock, my Savior, my Redeemer, my Friend. That is the only thing that matters to me. I can attend church weekly or several times a week. I can attend multiple Bible studies. I can go through the rituals of religious practices. I can say all the right Biblical words. Yet to know God is deep and personal and something that can only happen as one chooses to seek, ask, knock….to hunger and thirst for the righteousness of God…to trust, listen, obey.

    It is a pure raw act of humility to know God. It is coming to God without one plea but that the blood of Jesus was shed for me. It means coming to God poor in spirit….chains and all, a captive–a prisoner in my mind and crying out in personal desolation. It means by faith, not by feeling, trusting God even when the ship looks like it is going down. God said to me as Jack said to Rose on the Titanic when the ship was about to go under “Do you trust me, Gail?” I looked at the ship and the circumstances; then i looked at God and said “Yes, LORD, I trust You.” Each time I face trials and tribulations in my life as a Christian, I find myself many times at the top of the Titanic where it seems like the ship is going down and I am going with it. Each time in my circumstances Jesus looks at me and says “Gail, do you trust Me?” Each time I say yes. Each time the ship goes down, but I do not go with it. Each time He exalts me above my circumstances and places my feet on solid ground. I build my house on the Rock of Ages and when the winds come, my house does not sink. This is His promise. He is faithful. He says that I am trustworthy now. He smiles at me. I feel so beautiful when He smiles at me. I am part of the praying, hungering church–the body of born again believers–ordinary human beings who trust the only living Triune God–Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

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