“Convergent Zone Under An Ecumenical Anointing”

“Convergent Zone Under An Ecumenical Anointing”

Dispensation Release

Stratagem of Victory

Eph 4:3-16; Josh 10:13; Act 2:1-4

 

DEFINITIONS

Def- Convergent: 1. the act of converging and especially moving toward union or uniformity; especially: coordinated movement of the two eyes so that the image of a single point is formed on corresponding retinal areas.

3: independent development of similar characters (as of bodily structure of unrelated organisms or cultural traits) often associated with similarity of habits or environment
4: the merging of distinct technologies, industries, or devices into a unified whole

Def- Zone: Place in which the authority to operate has been given

Def- Ecumenical: 1: worldwide or general in extent, influence, or application
2 a: of, relating to, or representing the whole of a body of churches b: promoting or tending toward worldwide Christian unity or cooperation.

Def- Dispensational: 1 a: a general state or ordering of things; specifically: a system of revealed commands and promises regulating human affairs b: a particular arrangement or provision especially of providence or nature
2 a: an exemption from a law or from an impediment, vow, or oath b: a formal authorization. In the dispensational view, the time in which the church operates, known as the church age or the Christian dispensation, represents a “parenthesis”. That is, it is an interruption in God’s dealings with the Jewish people as a nation as described in the Old Testament, and it is the time when the Gospel was preached and salvation in the present age is offered to the Gentiles and Jews alike. (I disagree with this analysis.) Since God is omniscient, I believe it was in his plan the whole time for the gentiles to be engrafted in through the Church age.

 Def- Parenthesis: Interruption

Def- Time Continuum: – Also called space-time continuum. The four-dimensional continuum, having three spatial coordinates and one temporal coordinate, in which all physical quantities may be located. Typically three spatial dimensions (length, width, height), and one temporal dimension (time) are required. Dimensions are independent components of a coordinate grid needed to locate a point in a certain defined “space”. For example, on the globe the latitude and longitude are two independent coordinates which together uniquely determine a location. In space-time, a coordinate grid that spans the 3+1 dimensions locates events (rather than just points in space), i.e. time is added as another dimension to the coordinate grid. This way the coordinates specify where and when events occur. However, the unified nature of space-time and the freedom of coordinate choice it allows imply that to express the temporal coordinate in one coordinate system requires both temporal and spatial coordinates in another coordinate system. Unlike in normal spatial coordinates, there are still restrictions for how measurements can be made spatially and temporally (see Space-time intervals). These restrictions correspond roughly to a particular mathematical model which differs from Euclidean space in its manifest symmetry.

2. The physical reality that exists within this four-dimensional continuum.

Def- Continuum1 : a coherent whole characterized as a collection, sequence, or progression of values or elements varying by minute degrees

Def- Mechanisms: b: a process, technique, or system for achieving a result

 

Def- Symmetry: balanced proportions; also : beauty of form arising from balanced proportions harmonious or aesthetically pleasing proportionality.

Def- Synchronicity: the coincidental occurrence of events and especially psychic events (as similar thoughts in widely separated persons or a mental image of an unexpected event before it happens) that seem related but are not explained by conventional mechanisms of causality

Def- Stratagema : 1 an artifice or trick in war for deceiving and outwitting the enemy b : a cleverly contrived trick or scheme for gaining an end

2: skill in ruses or trickery

  1. Ecumenical Anointing is the anointing the Kingdom of God operates through.
    1. Certain mechanisms draw the Kingdom

(1.) The correct praise

(2.) True worship

(3.) Synchronicity and Symmetry with God’s Will.

  1. Certain mechanisms that cause the Kingdom of God to manifest

(1.) Submission and application of things revealed by the Holy Ghost (Perfect Practice)

(2.) Applying Known principles of the Kingdom

(3.) Focusing on Kingdom Advancement (What you focus on is what you will draw)

(4.) Faith operating in impossible situations

(5.) Prayers for Kingdom manifestation

(6.) Demonic Persecution

(7.)  Language

  1. When you can get enough people together on one accord it produces a dispensational release. The dispensational release is a segment of the time continuum that produces change in the earth. (its what we call history in the making).  The place where the people meet is called the convergence zone. Acts 2:1-4
  2. The convergence zone is where power is released.

Why is power released? Power is released to operate correctly in the release. (govern, defend, further the operation, establish or build

  1. Dispensational releases cause a shifting in atmosphere, climates, strongholds, & cultures.

What triggers a dispensational release is the ascending and descending.

  1. Every dispensational release is has pioneers that champion the new dispensation in.

 

1. H139 Adonizedek

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’a?do?n??y-tsedeq

ad-o”-nee-tseh’-dek

From H113 and H6664lord of justiceAdoni-Tsedek, a Canaanitish king:—Adonizedec

H3389

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yeru?sha?laim yeru?sha?layim

yer-oo-shaw-lah’-im, yer-oo-shaw-lah’-yim

A dual (in allusion to its two main hills (the true pointing, at least of the former reading, seems to be that of H3390)); probably from (the passive participle of) H3384 and H7999founded peacefulJerushalaim or Jerushalem, the capital city of Palestine:—Jerusalem.

2. H1944

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ho?ha?m

BDB Definition:

Hoham = “whom Jehovah impels”

1) king of Hebron at the time of the conquest of Canaan

 

Impel: surge or force (a person) to an action; constrain or motivate propel: cause to move forward with force; “Steam propels this ship”

H2275 Hebron

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chebro?n

kheb-rone’

From H2267; seat of associationChebron, a place in Palestine, also the name of two Israelites:—Hebron.

3. H6502 – Piram.

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pir’a?m

pir-awm’

From H6501wildlyPiram, a Canaanite:—

H3412- Jarmuth

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yarmu?th

yar-mooth’

From H7311elevationJarmuth, the name of two places in Palestine:—Jarmuth.

 

4. H3309 Japhia

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ya?ph??ya?

yaw-fee’-ah

From H3313brightJaphia, the name of a Canaanite, an Israelite, and a place in Palestine:—Japhia.

 

H3923 Lachish

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la?k??ysh

BDB Definition:

Lachish = “invincible”

1) a city lying south of Jerusalem on the borders of Simeon and which belonged to the Amorites until conquered by Joshua and allotted to Judah

 

H1688 Debir

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deb??yr /  debir

BDB Definition:

Debir = “sanctuary”

H5700 Eglon

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?eglo?n

BDB Definition:

Eglon = “calf-like”

(8) God’s command and promise to Joshua.

And the Lord said to Joshua, “Do not fear them, for I have delivered them into your hand; not a man of them shall stand before you.”

a. Do not fear them: This is a command.  Though Joshua has reason to fear because Israel faces a confederation of five kings, God commands Joshua to not fear his enemies.

i. We can cripple our ability to fight God’s battles through our fear.  Though we might face strong enemies, we are commanded to not fear.

b. I have delivered them into your hand; not a man of them shall stand before you: The command is coupled with a promise.  We can obey God’s command to not fear because we have His promise of victory.

i. We must therefore see fear for what it is – unbelief.  It is an unwillingness to believe what God has promised.

3. (9) Joshua’s response of faith.

Joshua therefore came upon them suddenly, having marched all night from Gilgal.

a. Joshua therefore came upon them suddenly: Having the assurance of God’s promise (Joshua 10:8), Joshua did not sit back to passively watch God work without his participation.  He went to great effort to participate with the work and will of God.

b. Having marched all night from Gilgal: This took hard work and initiative on Joshua’s part.  The march from Gilgal to Gibeon involved a climb of 3,300 feet, and the distance was about twenty miles, taking eight to ten hours of hard marching, all through the night.

i. God does His work, but He draws us into working with Him.  Often God waits to see our initiative, our willingness to be a partner with Him, before He does what only He can do.

ii. This is not the idea that “God helps those who help themselves.”  The idea is “God wants to draw His people into partnership with Him in seeing His work done.”

 

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