Friday, 3 July 2020

Spiritual Laws In Christ; Domain


There are domains in both the spiritual and natural world. And there are natural or physical things that belong to one spiritual domain or another. Here we would focus on the two major of domain; Life and Death. This two domains have properties both in the spirit and natural world. In the domain of Life you will find the reign of God, the Father of life. The will of God rules ultimately in the domain of life. But in the domain of death we have the Kingdom of darkness, the reign of the devil, and the works of diabolic powers.

Diabolic powers cannot work in the domain of life, its just can't, it has no jurisdiction there. While the expression of the will of God is limited in the domain of death. It is limited because of the constant interferance of powers of darkness. Its their domain, there is no need of God trying to force his will on them. God created everything with free will, he would not impose himself on anyone. Those who want his will to reign over them should remain in the domain of life, but those in the domain of death are the rebellious ones, they have no business with God's will, they do whatever they like.

"See, I set before you today, I am giving you a choice. You can choose life and prosperity or death and disaster... This day I call the heavens and the earth as witnesses against you that I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live." (Deu 30:15,19)

God gives us the opportunity to choose from life or death. We have been given the free will to make the choice. If you choose life then you will enjoy blessing and prosperity because that is the perfect will of God for you, and only in life does his perfect will finds full expression. But if you choose death then you will suffer disaster and curse, not because God is angry with you but because that domain is curse. Yes, the domain of death is cursed, and no matter how much God loves you and wants to see you blessed and happy, as long as you remain in the domain of death, all you will experience is curses and disaster.

Even when God tries to bless you in the domain of death, if the powers that rule that domain doesn't like you then they will ruin that blessing, they will not allow it manifest. It is their domain, they can do whatever they like, and if you are not happy with it you can leave. Jesus has become the door out of the domain of death. He had to pass through the cross in order to become that door for you. This why you now have a choice whether to remain in the domain of death or move into the domain of life—he died to give you a choice. The moment you accept Jesus into your life your citizenship change from children of death and darkness to children of Life.


"For to be carnally minded is death; but to be spiritually minded is life and peace." (Rom 8:6).

Now that your citizenship has changed you must learn to abide in your domain. There are those who are citizens of Nigeria yet they spend more time in London than in Nigeria. Yes, some Christians spend more time in death than in the Life. In fact, they live in death, they only visit Life once in a while. The scripture above says each time you are carnal and sinful then it means you are in the domain of death. You cannot be in the domain of Life and commit sin, it is not possible.

"And you know that He was manifested to take away our sins, and in Him there is no sin. Whoever abides in Him does not sin. Whoever sins has neither seen Him nor known Him." (1John 3:5-6).

If you sin then it means you are presently not abiding in the Life. The Life cannot produce sin. Sin is a product of the realm of death. Anytime you sin it means you've traveled from the domain of life, and went to visit the domain of death. Because it takes death to entertain the thought of sin, it takes death to embrace lust, jealousy, hate and envy into your heart. Life repels from those things, it cannot stand those things, it quickly attacks and kills it. So if you are in the domain of Life you just can't sin. This is why we must learn to abide in the domain of Life. I teach much about this in my book, Victory Over Sin. The book is free on e-format.

Another thing about abiding in the domain of Life is that God's perfect will can easily find expression in your life when you are abiding in the domain of Life. No matter how much the power of darkness hates you, they cannot interfere with God's blessing in your life when you are abiding in the domain of Life. To interfere they would have to enter through the door (Jesus) and become born again. It's not just possible for them to interfere with God's will in your life.

The more you abide in the domain of Life, the more impossible it becomes for the devil to interfere with God's will in your life. But the more time you spend in the domain of death, the more the devil is able to interfere with the manifestation of God's will in your life. Let me put it this way, if you spend 60% of your time in the domain of death, then the devil will have 60% power over you.

"I don’t have much more time to talk to you, because the ruler of this world approaches. He has no power over me," (John 14:30).

When you spend 0% of your time in the domain of death, then the devil has 0% power over you. This is the goal we should strive for, Jesus said the same thing he did we can do also (John 14:12). It is not about trying not to sin, it is about learning to abide. My course, Oneness With God, is focused on that one goal—learning to abide. All spiritual growth comes from abiding, and if we can master this we will not just grow speedingly, but we would live a life fill will the full manifestation of God's will. None of the blessing he gives us will be interrupted and spoilt, rather they will be guarded and safe with us in the Life.

Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Spiritual Laws In Christ; Tending And Guarding


This law is under the law of rest, so if you haven't read it please read where I wrote about the law of rest.

"The Lord God placed the man in the Garden of Eden to tend and watch over it." (Gen 2:15).

In the law of rest I explained that the creation of the natural world and man is a shadow of what we now have in Christ. God created everything man would ever need before actually creating man, but then he placed man in the garden of rest and gave him a task, "tend and watch over the things in the garden". Rest is not laying down and doing nothing at all, that is death. If you were given Sabbatical from work, you won't go lay down somewhere like a dead man. No, you will go do other things you've always wanted to do.

God has given us everything we would ever need as a Christian. Now, all he is asking is that we tend it and watch over it. So many Christians have abandoned this garden to go build a city for themselves. They abandone God's righteousness to produce their own righteousness. They say they don't need God's provision cause they can work with their own hands and provide for all their needs. These Christians reject the rest that God has given them.

However, we have Christians who have acknowledged this rest and have decided to rest. Yet they rest outside the garden. Some struggle to rest in the garden but they think resting is about doing nothing. I am referring to Christians who say things like, "all you need is the revelation of the finished work of Christ". They feel resting in this revelation is all that is needed. No, God said, "tend and watch over". The things in Christ needs to be cultivated, nurtured and taken care of. You need to guard and watch over them otherwise the devil will steal them away from you.

Watchman Nee puts it this way, "Sit, Walk and Stand". First we sit (rest) in the garden, then we walk (express the reality in that garden), and finally we stand (guard our rest). It is not all about just sitting, that is an incomplete revelation. At some point I thought it was all about resting, and I taught these things, but then I got more knowledge. If anybody is teaching you that all you need is to get a revelation of Christ finished work alone, then it's because that is the level of knowledge he/she has. There is more than just resting, there is the place of tending, and then there is another place of guarding.

You are to see Christ (get the revelation of the finished reality), fix your eyes and rest in it, and then begin to tend and nurture these reality in your life. Nurturing it requires knowing what it needs, what would kill it and what would make it grow. When you know these things and apply them as you abide in the rest, then you are bound to have a lot of fruits (physical manifestation of the reality in Christ).


"Abide in Me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in Me." (John 15:4).

Fruit here is referring to the manifestation of the reality in Christ. Yes, it should manifest in the flesh so that others may see it and glorify God in our lives. If it is not manifesting then we have nothing to show forth, our faith is not evidence, all we have are mere words. Some Christians are so full of saying high things without substance, without fruits. They are like that fig tree that Jesus cursed, having leafs but no fruit, puffed up like dognut filled with yeast, empty but yet looks full—it is deceptive.

"“Watch out!” Jesus warned them. “Beware of the yeast of the Pharisees and Sadducees.”" (Matt 16:6).
"... knowledge puffs up" (1Cor 8:1).

Let's not get so puffed up with knowledge yet empty of substance. Getting the revelation of the finished work and entering into that rest would give you access to that reality in Christ. However, it is tending and nurturing that would cause that reality in Christ to grow in your life. Then guarding would help to secure these things so that it doesn't die. There are things that could kill these dimensions of Christ you're nurturing. You must know what these things are and guard against them.

Satan would try to slip these things into your life, so that little by little they would kill these dimensions of Christ you are nurturing. You cannot allow this happen, guard against these things. On the next post I will talk about the law that allows for securing a domain and guarding the things of Christ in our lives.

Saturday, 27 June 2020

Spiritual Laws In Christ; Rest


When we understand that everything Christian starts and originate from the spirit in Christ, and not from the flesh, then we would stop fixing our eyes on what we see in the flesh. For we would look beyond the flesh to see our true reality in the spirit. After seeing this reality in the spirit and realizing that this reality is greater and truer than any other reality we see in the flesh then we will learn to put more trust in it, and lean more on what is true in the spirit in Christ than what we see in the flesh. Now this is where the law of rest come into the picture.

The reality in Christ is a finished reality. The natural world is a shadow of the reality in Christ. And in the creation of the natural world God created everything, he finished the creation of the natural world before creating man. This means that man was created into the finished reality of the natural world. This is a picture of what we now have in Christ. Before we were brought into the reality in Christ, God first of all completed everything in this reality. He finished everything we would ever need in this reality, and that is why on the cross Jesus declared, "It is Finished!" (John 19:30).

"For we who believe enter his rest... For all who have entered into God’s rest have rested from their labors, just as God did after creating the world." (Heb 4:3,10).

So we were brought into a finished reality. This means the Christian life is not about trying to get things, it is about trying to rest in that which we already have.

"Let us labour therefore to enter into that rest, lest any man fall after the same example of unbelief." (Heb 4:11).

Our labor as Christians is not the labor to get things, but the labor to rest in that which we now have in Christ. We labor to rest because the flesh has a tendency to work. The flesh is always wanting to prove itself, to show that it is something, that he is important. The flesh wants to attribute its success to itself. As such it desire to get this success by it own hands so that it can boast about it. But we are called to die to the flesh and all its tendencies. We labor to keep the flesh dead so that we can abide in this rest we have in Christ.

"Abide in Me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in Me." (John 15:4).

Fruit here is referring to the manifestation of the spirit reality in the flesh. When we abide in the rest (the spirit reality in Christ) then it will manifest physically. Remember, in the previous post I stated that Christ is the God who becomes flesh. Everything in Christ carries this same principle, they become flesh. The reality in the spirit in Christ has the ability to manifest in the flesh. We just have to put our faith in the law and trust that as we rest these things will play out.

To live in the natural world we have to learn to put our faith in the law of nature. A mother would toss her baby up in the air, putting her faith in the law of gravity to bring the baby back into her hands. She trust the law of gravity to the extent that she put the life of her baby on the line. What if as she toss her baby the baby keeps going up until he falls out of space. I know some of you would laugh that this cannot be possible, that is the same way I laugh when I see a reality trying to defy the laws in Christ. We need to learn to trust the laws in Christ the way we trust the laws of nature.

So living in Christ requires putting your faith and trusting the reality in Christ. I am sure when you first try to walk you must have thought the ground may swallow you, sink you, bend towards the side and throw you off. But on normal occasion the ground doesn't behave like that, and you have learnt to trust that each time you put your feet on the ground it will be able to carry it and allow you move around. As we continue to engage the laws in Christ we would grow more confident and trusting.

The law of rest says that if you want to get anything of Christ manifested in the flesh you must rest in that reality in the spirit, and as you rest and abide in that rest this thing would spring out of the spirit and manifest in the flesh. This is the law I apply in my course Oneness With God, where I teach fellow believers to manifest supernatural realities in Christ. The law works all the time, it is ever consistent.

I wrote a whole book on this law of rest. The book is titled, "The Sabbath".

Wednesday, 24 June 2020

Spiritual Laws In Christ; Spirit Becomes Flesh


The Purpose of this series is to unveil the basis law of the reality in Christ. The Christian life is a reality in Christ, and if we are to live in Christ we must understand the laws governing this new realm. Here we would discuss the law of source and essence. It is so important we grasp this law because a lot of the errors we are having in Christianity is as a result of ignorance of this law. Once we understand this law then we would be able to put things in there proper place, even as we build on spiritual knowledge.

All things Christians has its original form or essence in spirit. Yes, everything about Christianity is spirit, it originates from the spirit and its original form is spirit. Righteousness is spirit in essence, it is not a physical act, holiness, prosperity, faith, healing, and so on, they are all spirit in there original essence. Prosperity is not when you have money, it is a thing in the spirit. The in-Christ reality is a reality in the spirit. It is not a reality in the flesh. Yet these spirit things becomes flesh. God is originally spirit, but he became flesh in Christ. No, God is not flesh, just because you see him in the flesh doesn't mean he is flesh, he only became flesh.

If you became something that means you are not originally that thing. The origin, the starting point of anything in Christ is spirit. Now, there are Christians who become so overwhelmed by the manifestation of the reality of Christ in the flesh that they begin to think it is a thing of the flesh. As such they subject these things to the flesh; they subject Christ to the flesh. Yes, anything that is in Christ is also Christ, just as anything on earth is earth. The soil is earth, the rock is called earth, even the skin of living organism is earth (it is made of fine dust), the bone has the same material as the rock, they are all earth. They all came out of the earth, as such they are the earth.

"And *the earth brought forth* grass, the herb that yields seed according to its kind, and the tree that yields fruit, whose seed is in itself according to its kind... Then God said, *“Let the earth bring forth the living creature* according to its kind: cattle and creeping thing and beast of the earth, each according to its kind”; and it was so." (Gen 1:12,24).

"And the Lord God *formed man of the dust* of the ground... And *out of the ground the Lord God made every tree* grow that is pleasant to the sight and good for food." (Gen 2:7,9).

Everything we see on earth came out of the ground, even the inventions of man where made out of materials from the ground. So also, every reality in Christ is constituted of the Christ. They are made out of materials that is Christ, as such they are Christ in essence. Now, this Christ is the God who is spirit becomes flesh. This means that the original state of anything in Christ is spirit. Water under normal (room) temperature is liquid, the original state of water is liquid. If anybody is asked to define water, they would say water is a liquid substance. However, water can also become solid or even gaseous.

Yes, it can become solid or gaseous, nevertheless if we are to describe water we tend to describe it as a liquid substance. This is because liquid is its originally form. It would be wrong to be so overwhelmed by its solid form that you then conclude that water is a solid substance. Christ is spirit become flesh, however we must not be too overwhelm by the flesh form that we conclude that he is flesh. Now, to correct the errors that arose because of our being overwhelmed by his flesh form many Christians have fallen into another error of assuming that this Christ reality is spirit that never become flesh.

There are those preaching that righteousness is not about the physical things we do, it is about the finished work of Christ. Yes, that is very correct, but then they conclude that because we are already the righteousness of God we can act however way we want. They assume that righteousness is spirit (a reality in Christ, in the spirit) and that there is no need of it becoming flesh. They feel they don't need to do the works of righteousness. This is wrong because Christ is not the spirit who hangs somewhere in an abstraction, never manifesting. No, he is the spirit who became flesh. And this is true for every reality in Christ.

We are one body in Christ, this is a reality in the spirit, but it ought to also manifest in the flesh—it ought to be practical. We cannot remain so divided in this world yet claiming we are one body in Christ. Whatever we are in the spirit, whatever we have in the spirit, should manifest to some measure in the flesh. Even if it doesn't manifest completely or perfectly in the flesh, at least it should have some level of manifestation.

Another thing we must address under this law is our approach to the things of Christ. If Christ is originally spirit, and the things in Christ are originally spirit and we are all in the spirit together with these things, then it means the interaction between us and the things in Christ should be spirit to spirit interaction. Let me use this example to elaborate on what I am trying to say. If I am an amphibian but my original home is the water, and I want to interact with an aquatic animal inside that same water where my home is. Would it be wise of me to get out of that water and come into the land in order to interact with the aquatic animal in the water?

If I am in the water, and the thing I want to interact with is also inside the water then our interaction would definitely be an underwater interaction. It can never be a land to water interaction, for it would be foolish to get out of the water in order to interact with something in the water. I am trying to say it would be foolish as a Christian to use a thing of the flesh in order to access or interact with something that is Christ. Everything that is Christ is spirit in essence, and you, as a born again Christian, are spirit in essence. As such, it would be foolish to use the things of the flesh in trying to interact with the things in Christ.

I am referring to those who try to use olive oil, handkerchief, clothes, chairs, pavement, physical altar, physical mountain, buildings, etc. to access the things of Christ, be it healing, power, answers to prayer, deliverance, direction from God, and so on. It is foolish and childish. If you are newly born again, it is childish but permitted because being a child is not a crime. However, if you have been born again for a number of years and you still do these things, then you are just foolish. You are alive to God in the spirit, as such you have access to the things of Christ in the spirit.

"That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit." (John 3:6).

"But the time is coming—indeed it’s here now—when true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth. The Father is looking for those who will worship him that way. For God is Spirit, so those who worship him must worship in spirit and in truth." (John 4:23-24).

God is spirit but the Old Testament people were dead men, carnal men. They were not alive to God in the spirit. But God desire a people, born of the Spirit, alive to him in the spirit, so that he can interact with them spirit to spirit. Our interactions with God be spirit to spirit. We shouldn't be going through physical this like a building, an altar, mountain, olive oil, handkerchief, and so on. If it is healing you want, you can reach out into the spirit and grasp it. If it is answers to prayers, you can reach into the spirit and apprehend it. Whatever it is you need, you have been given the faculties to reach out by yourself, without going through any physical thing, and you can apprehend it by the Spirit.

You must develop these faculties and use them, they are not there just for design sake. It is like having leg and yet refusing to learn how to use them—you cannot continue to crawl like a baby all your life, grow up! Your righteousness are not the works you do, they are spirit yet they must not remain hanging in the spirit, allow them find expression as righteous works. And if you want to access anything of Christ, it is okay to depend on physical things when your faith is still small. But you should not remain that way, pursue growth, and strive to come to that point where you can reach into the spirit and access these things by yourself.

I wrote a book of over 300 pages to explain this law and demonstrate the various ways we have been defying this law in Christianity and how we can properly apply it in order to practice normal Christianity. This book is titled, "Christ; The Christian Spirituality".

Monday, 22 June 2020

The In-Christ Reality; The Laws


The in-Christ reality is a distinct realm, a whole new world. It is like stepping into planet Mars for example, yes stepping into another planet. Here the laws of nature are different from that of planet earth, or rather the natural world. These laws are reliable and consistent, and if we can discover and understand them then we will be able to make our living here in this land much easier. Life on earth has become easier since we took science seriously. We need to take the discovery of the spiritual laws of Christ more seriously.

With the little laws I know, I have done really amazing things—things I never thought I will be able to do. As Christians our pursuit of spiritual knowledge have been based on developing doctrine. Look at all the doctrines we have today, it has only made us more divided and powerless. If only we have focused our energy on studying the reality in Christ and discovering the laws of this land, then we would be able to do amazing things just like science. At one time science was also held down by doctrine. The Bible was the only knowledge that was allowed, nobody was allowed to know or discover anything outside of the Bible.

When Galileo discovered that the earth rotate around the sun and not the sun rotating around the earth, he was arrested. According to the authority he was blaspheming. However, the idea that the sun rotate around the earth was a misinterpretation of the Bible. Yes, many of our dogmatic doctrines today are misinterpretation of the Bible, but we used these false knowledge to tie ourselves down, stopping us from growing into the riches of Christ.

Thank God science broke free, but the enmity that developed in the struggle to break free is the very cause for the spirit of rebellion against God dominating the scientific world today. The Church was so hostile to them, as such they developed hatred for the Church and then they passed down that spirit of hatred to their children. If only the Church had allowed science to strive, if only we nurture it and own it, the scientific world would not be a breeding ground for atheists, as it is today.

"But you, Daniel, keep this prophecy a secret; seal up the book until the time of the end, when many will rush here and there, and knowledge will increase." (Dan 12:4).

"However, the spiritual is not first, but the natural, and afterward the spiritual." (1Cor 15:46).

The same way science broke free from the power of dogmas, we would also break free to study our spiritual land—Christ. First comes the natural liberation and radical growth in knowledge, then what will follow is a spiritual liberation and quantum growth in the spiritual knowledge of Christ. But ours will not be in rebellion, but in the spirit of love and grace. So I will be sharing a series of posts about the spiritual laws in Christ that I have discovered in my exploration of this land. You should test these laws, try them, prove them, and even falsify them. That is how we grow in knowledge, we can't just accept things like dummies and zombies. We should be empirical and practical.

Saturday, 20 June 2020

Ecclesia; The Issue With Carnality


The Ecclesia is the body of Christ, but we must understand that the body of Christ does not involve the carnal man. Each one of us still have a measure of the carnal man in us, if we don't then we will be incapable of committing sin. But if you still commit sin, no matter how little, then you still have a measure of the carnal man in you.

"For to be carnally minded is death, but to be spiritually minded is life and peace." (Rom 8:6).

"and be renewed in the spirit of your mind, and that you put on the new man which was created according to God, in true righteousness and holiness." (Eph 4:23-24).

These scriptures were written to believers not unbelievers. Yes, we have been made anew, but we have to put on that new man. Putting on the new man involves killing the old man. Yes, we are called to kill the old man so that the new man can occupy. The land where the old man is occupying is meant for the new man, it has been promised to the new man. The new man is the one born of God, the new man is the one that constitute the body of Christ. The carnal man is never part of the body of Christ. So the body of Christ have been promised that land (heart) occupied by the carnal man. This gives us a picture of the children of Israel and how they were promised Canaan land but it was occupied by pagans and sinful people.

“When the Lord your God brings you into the land you are about to enter and occupy, he will clear away many nations ahead of you: the Hittites, Girgashites, Amorites, Canaanites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites. These seven nations are greater and more numerous than you. When the Lord your God hands these nations over to you and you conquer them, you must completely destroy them. Make no treaties with them and show them no mercy. You must not intermarry with them. Do not let your daughters and sons marry their sons and daughters, for they will lead your children away from me to worship other gods. Then the anger of the Lord will burn against you, and he will quickly destroy you. This is what you must do. You must break down their pagan altars and shatter their sacred pillars. Cut down their Asherah poles and burn their idols. For you are a holy people, who belong to the Lord your God. Of all the people on earth, the Lord your God has chosen you to be his own special treasure." (Deu 7:1-6).

The same way God asked them to exterminate the the former occupant of Canaan land, He has given us the task of exterminating the carnal man in us. The carnal man is the one that is prone to sin and setting idols. The carnal man is so quick to idolizing anything. He will idolize the man of God, the place of worship, and even the Bible. We cannot allow this man in our midst, for he is prone to everything carnal; hatred, envy, jealousy, anger, strife, and so on. The carnal man makes ecclesia life unbearable. It's not easy trying to bond with someone that is easily irritated, can't tolerate anything, easily gets angry and provoke, cunning, lies all the time, deceptive and so on.

Many genuine fellowship have been recked by the presence of the carnal man. Some group feels they can try to manage the carnal man and hope that he will die someday. But here is what God has to say about that, "you must completely destroy them. Make no treaties with them and show them no mercy." (Deu 7:2). God is saying make no accommodation for the carnal man. Our job is not to manage him, hoping that he will die one day. We are to show no mercy. This is a deliberate attack, we are not meant to be passive towards the carnal man, we are to unleash a fierce attack against him because this is war.

Now the problem is how can we unleash a fierce attack against the carnal man and yet win the believer? This is where wisdom and technicality is needed. Many Christians tend to protect their carnal man. They try to cover up their carnal man, dress him up, make him look nice and innocent. We heavily disguised our carnal man so that nobody will notice him or even point him out. One can still manage to hide the carnal man in a church system, but in ecclesia you can't hide the him for long, he will surely surface. And when he is pointed out we have the tendency to take up a defensive position.

We don't like it when our carnal man is confronted, some of us would even turn very vicious. Some brethren may leave the fellowship just because their carnal man was pointed out. So how can we attack and exterminate the carnal man while winning the believer? There is a way you can fiercely attack something without confrontation. If you have rats or mice in your home, and each time you confront them they run somewhere to hide, making it difficult to kill them. You can still exterminate them by fumigating the house.

When you use fumigation the vermin will suffocate and die wherever they are. There is a kind of atmosphere that can be created in the ecclesia that would suffocate the carnal man and cause him to die slow but steadily. You will just find the carnal man slowly dying even without outright confrontation. This atmosphere is created by the structural design of an ecclesia — a structure that only a specialist can set up. And God is training such specialists in our days.

Thursday, 18 June 2020

Civilization Of Zion (3); A Complex System


In the previous posts I wrote about the process of becoming a civilization, and how we must leave the rudimentary if we are to become a civilization. A civilization is an advanced society with a complex system. You cannot look at the anatomy of living things, especially human beings, and not be stricken with awe and be amazed at how wise God is. Only a super intelligent being, with a wisdom so transcendent can design such a complex system. Till today scientists are still struggling to grasp and unravel the complex system of the human body—it is a wisdom too great to grasp.

Yet, all that is not enough to demonstrate how great God's wisdom is. God still felt that he needed something that would properly unveil the immense riches of his wisdom.

"God’s purpose in all this was to use the church to display his wisdom in its rich variety to all the unseen rulers and authorities in the heavenly places." (Eph 3:10).

The complexity of nature, the complexity of the anatomy of all living organism put together, the complexity of the whole universe, the stars and there alignment, the planets and galaxies upon galaxies, all that grand design was not enough to demonstrate how rich God's wisdom is. He went ahead to design a system, a civilization, so advanced that it would make the complexity in the whole of creation look like rehearsal. I have written a lot of posts in my attempt to unveil this complex system.

The Ecclesia and it various forms scattered all over the society, strategically positioned. The prophetic and it complex system of diverse specialization, all strategically positioned, working together in unity. The teaching ministry positioned in its diverse specialization, to equip the saints and foster the discovery and development of new spiritual technologies. The evangelical system positioned at the gateway, bringing in more workforce which would be divided into diverse specializations to strengthen the growth of the city. And the pastoral system positioned to parent the sheep as they come into maturity and fulfill their specially designed role in the city.

Then we have the apostles coming with the blueprint of this great civilization to lay down the foundations upon which the city will be built. Each apostle coming with an advanced work, more complexity to add to the previous ones, turning the city into that richly complex thing God desire. Yes, to fulfill God's eternal purpose; the plan to have a civilization so advance and complex that all the angels, heavenly spiritual authorities and supernaturally beings, gather together in amazement and awe of the greatness of the wisdom of God demonstrated in the complex design of the Ecclesia of God on earth.

Yes, we are the city of God, a advanced city, the greatest civilization in all of eternity. We may not look so right now but we would. A golden age is coming, God must demonstrate to the rulers in the heavenly and to every created being that his bride is the most wonderful and beautiful thing that has ever stepped into creation. He would do it in this age, for what better time to demonstrate glory than in the time of great adversities and battle?

What better place to demonstrate the beauty of light than in the midst of darkness?

What better time to demonstrate strength then in the midst of the fiercest of battle?

What better time to demonstrate the power of salt than in a tasteless generation?

What better time to demonstrate the greatness of love and holiness than in a the most sinful and perverse generation?

"And if you do good to those who do good to you, what credit is that to you? For even sinners do the same. And if you lend to those from whom you hope to receive back, what credit is that to you? For even sinners lend to sinners to receive as much back. But love your enemies," (Luke 6:33-35).

If we love those in a world fill with lovely people, what glory is that? If we are righteous to a people who only knows righteousness, what glory is that? If we become light and shine in a world where there is no sun because everything is emanating light, please what glory is that? If God wants to demonstrate the glory and greatness of his bride, now is the time. Yes, this age is the perfect place for it. So I tell you again, a golden age for the body of Christ is coming in this world.

The Church would be so glorious that her glory will infuriate the powers of darkness to the extent that they will not be able to hide again. They will jump out of their hiding with their front man—the anti-christ. They will set out to annihilate the Christians who now hold the world in ransom, demonstrating a holiness so profoundly pure that it makes the tiniest sin look so terrible, a light so bright that those who hides in the darkness no longer have a place to hide, their shame is left completely exposed to the world.

"And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For everyone practicing evil hates the light" (John 3:19-20).

Yes, her light has become their condemnation, her glory has become there shame, her beauty makes them feel so despicable and ugly, her holiness and righteousness makes them feel so guilty and terrible. They can no longer have her in their midst, so the anti-christ comes out of his hiding to exile this glorious bride, send her into the wilderness where are beauty and glory would be hidden away from the world.

"Now when the dragon saw that he had been cast to the earth, he persecuted the woman who gave birth to the male Child. But the woman was given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness to her place, where she is nourished for a time and times and half a time, from the presence of the serpent." (Rev 12:13-14).

I don't want to go into eschatology. I am just revealing to you what the Lord has shown me. His Church would ascend into power and government. She will cast down the rulers in the heavenlies, she will displace the king of the world from his throne. She will demonstrate a glory so great that it will enrage the devil to the extent that he can no longer remain in hiding. He will finally come out physically to cease back control of the world. Do not think this world would end without the Church demonstrating the fullness of her glory. God has chosen this time to demonstrate the greatness of his glory in his bride.

This post belongs to a series, below is the whole series
Civilization Of Zion (1); The Process 
Civilization Of Zion (2); Leaving The Rudimentary
Civilization Of Zion (3); A Complex System