Push through the mundane veil

 

When you experience My glory and you are lifted to heights in the Spirit that the unbeliever cannot go, your joy overflows and lasts for hours.  But that was then and and this is now, after rubbing shoulders with the world for eight and ten hours, your body is tired, you wonder what happened to the glory.

I did leave, and the glory is still there, but your soul must be refocused in order to replenish your joy.  When you focus too long on earthly things and your physical strength wanes, you drift away from the moment by moment activity of My kingdom.  The continual activity of the kingdom and especially the throne room is worship!

You will notice My glory wanes whenever worship stops.  This is especially true when you enter a world where it is forbidden or frowned upon.

Satan hates Me getting worship, because he thrives on it, and considers it his greatest weapon against Me.  At the end of every life the question will be, “Who did you worship?”

When you return from a day in a world where the prince and power of the air is stealing all the worship, you must push through by worshipping Me.  Fill your atmosphere with music that lifts Me up and the heaviness of mundane veil will disappear.

The heaviness will make you tired and out of it will come lies that suggest you do everything but worship Me.  TV, sleep, party, eating, anything but worship Me.  If you will get alone with Me and sing or play worship music, you will see the glory cloud has been there all the time.

If you will duplicate heaven’s praise every evening, the glory of Heaven will restore your joy for the next day!  Break the heavy mundane veil every evening by saying, “I will be glad and rejoice in thee: I will sing praise to thy name, O thou most High,” Psalm 9:2.

 

Jim Hammerle


Jim HammerleJim Hammerle  (1941-2017) began ministry working with David Wilkerson and Nicky Cruz, founding Teen Challenge Philadelphia. 6 times in the mission field pastoring a mission ship, 15 years with TV and radio, teaching, and preaching.  As a retired businessman, Jim helped to feed widows and orphans in Uganda, helping Muslims find the Jesus who fed them. He became His banker and was privileged to give His money away, wherever He decided, so he also helping to build an orphanage in Haiti and investing in lives in the USA. Totally in love with his Lord, at age 73 he served in ministry at Victory Christian Church and lived every hour listening for his Heavenly Father’s voice.  Jim passed away on May 23, 2017 to be with the LORD.

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