Listening to the Father's Heart - December 23

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One of the reasons you have lost some battles, my son, is because you did not have the level of strength needed in the inner court to defeat the level of opposition that came against you. This is where the real battles are won and lost.

Son, lately I have been calling you into a deeper understanding and commitment to intercession. You have learned that the outer court of my tabernacle is the public place of intercession and ministry unto me. However, the inner court is the place of my presence and intimacy. It is also the place of warfare against principalities. The larger the territory you seek to take, the greater level of inner court intercession you must do with comrades who have joined you on this journey. One of the reasons you have lost some battles, my son, is because you did not have the level of strength needed in the inner court to defeat the level of opposition that came against you. This is where the real battles are won and lost. I am pleased you now have a team of Intercessors who have joined the front lines of what I have called you to. This is making a difference. Our times together are important for us and the mission I have called you to.  All my sons and daughters need those who will stand in prayer with them.

The Spirit lifted me up and brought me into the inner court; and behold, the glory of the Lord filled the temple.  Ezekiel 43:5

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