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The Remnant

APRIL 24th 2022


Scripture References:

1 Timothy 4:1

Isaiah 60:2

Zechariah 12:8

John 14:12

Psalm 24

2 Samuel 5:22-24

Galatians 5:16-23

Matthew 22:1–14

2 Peter 1:3

1 Corinthians 15:31


  1. The end-time remnant

  2. Look beyond the physical realm

  3. Yield to the Holy Spirit



The end-time remnant is going to be a powerful group of people that will rise up in the midst of the most darkness and chaos. Darkness covers the earth and gross darkness is over the peoples, but the glory of the Lord is going to rise upon this generation. Zechariah 12:8 says: “On that day the LORD will defend the people of Jerusalem; the weakest among them will be as mighty as King David! And the royal descendants will be like God, like the angel of the LORD who goes before them!” Prophetic words often have multiple layers of revelation (or interpretation). They are applicable to the present and to the future. This prophecy from Zechariah applies to us as well. Samson, Moses, Elijah, Daniel and John the Baptist were prototypes of what was to come. Jesus said: “You shall do the same works I have done, and even greater works, because I am going to be with the Father”. We are His generation (His offspring).

What was it that made David so great? David decided to look beyond the physical realm. In 2 Samuel 5, David inquired of the LORD about whether they should fight the enemies that were coming against Israel. The Lord commanded them to wait until they would hear a sound like marching feet in the tops of the trees. The sound of marching feet in the tops of the trees were angel armies that were marching with them in the heavenly realm, giving them supernal power to overcome their enemies. God is looking for a generation that is not focused on what is going on around them, but on what is going on upon them.

God wants us to become the group of people that He has called us to be. It is not going to happen by us trying to exalt ourselves, but by humbling ourselves. To yield to the Holy Spirit means to push ourselves in a direction that we don’t want to go in, because it seems unnatural. It is going to take effort. There are two natures within us battling for our attention and cooperation: the flesh and the Spirit. If we have been walking in the flesh since we were born, walking in the flesh is more comfortable. But He expects us to mature. He expects us to use the weapons of our warfare that He has given us. We have to walk in the Spirit, which means to cooperate with the Spirit. It is a day to day process. Even the apostle Paul said: “I die daily”. One day we are going to stand before God. Many are called, but few respond properly.

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