I Lost Something

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Revelation 3:11 “Behold, I am coming quickly. Hold on to what you have, so that no one takes your crown”

Sometimes when you lose the presence of the Lord through an act of disobedience you will find that a greater test of obedience is required to repair and restore that level of relationship that you had known before. It is not that the Lord has not forgiven you, it is that you allowed something else or someone else on the outside to overrule what you were hearing on the inside. Your salvation is not at stake, but it is your crown that is in danger. Your crown is your inheritance. It is all the possibilities both now and, in the ages, to come that the crown represents. Its about heavens authority being released in the earthly realm. You have the pattern of the children of Israel being led by the manifest presence of God as a cloud by day and a fire by night. It is His presence alone that leads us into His higher purpose for our lives. His divine favor rests as a crown on our head giving us the mind of Christ to see and be led in the spirit in Realtime. Without that guidance we cease to be Eagle saints that fly in the Spirit and are reduced to the religion of visual flight rules which is a word with no anointing and a life with no power. When one who has been betrothed to Lord breaks that communion it grieves the Holy Spirit and wounds the Lord. A word for His chosen who have lost their crown: “The Lord says I have forgiven you but when I approached you and looked through the window of your heart, I saw you with someone else and I wept. I wait for you at a distance for your choices to fully manifest. I intercede before the Father that our union might be restored. For that I gave my life an offering to my Bride seeing that day that she would return and remain by my side”