Engaging the altar of sacrifice in order to secure help from above
The reason why God has raised us in families and communities is so we can easily access the help we need from each other.
Without help destinies are at risk of not being fulfilled.
When God shows you the purpose for your life, He also has to provide the help you need to fulfill that purpose.
Help comes in two ways: help from God and help from human beings.
Help from God is superior to help from man, if God does not help you it may be difficult even for people to help you.
1 Chronicles 12:18,21-22
Until God helps you, nobody will help you. He moves people to help you by His spirit.
Don’t try to lobby your destiny helpers into helping you, it might not work.
Wherever you see an altar, there is a throne/gate attached to it. There is a relationship between the throne, a gate, and an altar.
Furthermore, there is a working system that connects the inhabitants of the land where the altar is to the altar. This working system is called a covenant.
Before the fall of man, there was no need for a covenant because man had a direct connection to God.
After the fall of man, two systems were in operation: God’s system and satan’s system.
A person who thinks they are free to do whatever they like is under the system of satan.
What will keep you in the environment God has placed you in, is honor for the system of restraints which God has placed in that environment.
Your ability to abide by the restraints God places in a particular environment where he places you is what gives you power.
Rearing an altar is how we give spirits permission to interact with us.
An altar is a place of exchange. Even destinies can be exchanged or diverted on an altar.
The power God gives us is authority (exousia), if He gives us dunamis that would make us all-powerful and we would no longer need Him.
When you fellowship at the altar, a certain level of dunamis is given unto you to create changes by spirits, and the spirit that gives you that power (dunamis) comes to sit on you as a confirmation of the covenant between you and the spirit.
When the spirit of the altar sits on you, it seals you.
In the diabolical world, it is the responsibility of the spirits to monitor you and make sure that you fulfill all the requirements stipulated in the covenant made between you and the spirits.
Demons can enter a child in two ways:
a.When a child is born, and the umbilical cord is disposed of according to instructions issued by a demon, the spirits then have a legal entry point into the life of that child.
b.When a child is dedicated, that is also an entry point for the demon to come upon and seal the child. From that point onwards the demon monitors the child and ensures the terms of the agreement are fulfilled in the life of the child.
c. Through initiation of any kind
A demon has a legal right to monitor someone that is in a covenant with them.
An altar is serviced by your service, sacrifice, praises and thanksgiving. It is not a one-off thing, you have to keep on doing it.
James 4:7, Genesis 17:10-11
Dedicating a baby to God is reconfiguring the destiny of a child to go in the direction that the Lord desires for that child and not according to the plans of satan for that child.
The covenant of God has its own tokens too: the blood of Jesus, water baptism, baptism in the Holy Ghost, and anointing with anointed materials such as oil and water.
Using anointed materials without an active altar of God in your life will not yield any results.
Attending church services does not scare the devil at all.
Whatever stops your tithe from going to church has allowed satan to come into your life.
Any activation of the covenant involves death.
The Holy Spirit also wants to monitor you in the same way that demons do.
The power of the altar lies in consistency.
If an active altar somewhere still has a claim over your life, you can not serve the altar of God wholeheartedly.
The names of people dedicated to a particular altar are registered at that altar.
Your security lies in your permanent alignment to the altar of God.
Ask yourself these questions: Does God know you? Where is your name registered? Where are you dedicated? Who do you live for?
When you repeatedly fail to serve God wholeheartedly, it is a clear sign that there is another altar fighting your dedication to the altar of God.
2 Corinthians 5:14-1
One Reply to “Engaging the altar of sacrifice in order to secure help from above”
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