SEVENTH SUNDAY SABBATH
A new cry for the Body of Christ is to begin walking in the Kingdom age Christ brought to the earth. Matthew encourages us by recording Christ’s sermon on the mount as a clarion call for Kingdom revival. The church has labored for 2000 years to meet this call and has begun to experience the Kingdom age prophesied in Joel.
We are working to align fully with God’s times and seasons. As we surrender to alignment with the Kingdom of God, we can no longer ignore the sabbath. This year, we are activating another level of Divine rest by observing weekly sabbath with our families and corporately as a Kingdom-centered church. As our Apostle and Prophet were praying and asking for direction on activating this, they heard the Holy Spirit speak to them about a time of corporate rest for all of us, a Seventh Sunday Sabbath.
In Mark 2:27, Jesus says, “The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath.” This was a New Testament renewing the fourth commandment to honor the Sabbath and keep it holy. We do not celebrate this rest as religious worship but with gratitude and thankfulness, as we spend a portion of time honoring the great things he has done for us.
There are many biblical examples of weekly sabbaths and allowing the land to rest in the seventh year. By following this principle, we align ourselves with the promise by allowing the land, building, and people to rest. We believe this will give us Dominion rest over our region and allow us to operate in a psalm 23 lifestyle.