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DISCERNING THE MOVE OF GOD


Acts 2:17
[17]And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams


God wants to move again and He needs a lot of vessels.
God is not trying to repeat the same thing. He does not fail so He does not repeat.
He only uses a familiar operation; a familiar move to men to progress the birth of The revival.

Christianity(The Sphere of Religion) cannot export and empty itself into other spheres of influence, Men have to be exported into these spheres and the only way men will be exported is when we discern what God is trying to do and position ourselves for these moves.

Our generation has to understand the synchronization between the Cyclical and the Acyclical move of God. We need to understand how these dimensions sync into each other to birth the revival.


The Sovereign Refreshing Move of the Holy Spirit is the (Cyclical Moves of God) finding expression in the church. It is what births revivals. It is when God chooses to restore certain major truths, ministries and spiritual experiences that have not been active since the early years of the church.
While the Restorational move of God is what births movements within the move of God.

Jesus wants to come back and in trying to come back, He has built a restoration strategy (the Acyclical dimension of the move of God); a product of the Cyclical moves of God.

What is the strategy?
The strategy is to immortalize His church so that they can be joined, coming into His state to co-labour with the birthing of His kingdom all over the earth. Revelation 11:15



Our generation has to learn to discern the moving and the movements of God, else we won't be able to birth!

There is a difference between the move of God and the movements of God.
The move of God is always purely for God but when Men hijack these moves of God, capitalize on the emphasis, become custodians of these moves, they are turned into movements!

There is a new move of God, It is the Move of the saints(movement of sons).
It is life and immortality!

Are you prepared to be part of this move?
Are you ready to give God expressions in dimensions that has never been experienced before?

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