Engaging the altar of sacrifice in order to secure help from above [part 3]
Revelation 5:1-7,8:5, Genesis 28:12-17, Psalm 48:1-2,
An altar is a designated place where sacrifices are offered, a medium of contact or communication with the spirit world.
An altar is also a place of deliberation, decisions and actions.
Wherever you see angels , know that God is around that place or His interests are in that particular place. (Genesis 28:12-17)
A nation can become “God’s nation”, depending on how it positions itself with Him.
When you get into partnership with God via the altar (a covenant), your business automatically becomes God’s business.
Consistency is the way to generate power in whatever you do. (Daniel 6:20)
The power of an altar is released through a voice.
How powerful the voice of an altar is depends on the sacrifices of those that service that altar.
Revelation 4:3-5, 5:8,21:3, Zechariah 4:6-8, Romans 12:1-2
You need power in order to start something and complete it.
Psalm 147:1-2, Numbers 16:9, Isaiah 30:21
Until you come to a point where you can be led, you are not ready to please the spirit world (whether godly or diabolical).
Every child of God has an angel that is assigned to them. Similarly , a demon spirit can answer to someone’s name in the spirit, if it is more empowered.
The angel that is assigned to you answers to your name in the realm of the spirit.
When you make a covenant with God, He will change your name (where necessary). (Genesis 17:5, 32:28)
What will an activated covenant and an active altar releasing a voice guarantee you?
1. Long life (Psalm 91 1-3,16, Job 5:20,26, Exodus 23: 26, Psalm 91:16)
God protects his interests.
A war against an altar which has been erected in God’s honor, is a war against God himself.
It is okay for you to ask God to satisfy you with long life and it is also okay to ask God for angels to protect you .
If you want to have long life you have to watch what comes out of your mouth, you can’t speak anyhow.
Your tongue gives angels or demons to do things in your life.
2. Victory (Genesis 22:17, 2 Corinthians 2:14 , 1 John 5:4, Romans 5:17)
Favor and disfavor originate from altars (Exodus 3:21).