Come Home

During worship, a portal opened up, and, just as Jacob experienced in Genesis 28, we saw angels going up and coming down.  They were angels who have been sent to help us in our God-given assignment, and they were coming back from the heavenly realm, bringing the sound that the Father desired to release into the earth through us, His children.
His song was Revelation 4:1, “…I looked, and behold a door standing open in heaven.  And the first voice which I heard was like a trumpet speaking with me, saying, ‘Come up here…'”  The Father was extending an invitation to come up higher, into the heavenly places where we are seated with Christ (Ephesians 2:6).  Just like the father of the prodigal son, the Father stood at the open door, longing for His children, and for all creation to come home, to return to the place from which Adam fell, the place Jesus Christ gave us back, the heavenly places, realms and dimensions.
As we continued, in unison, to echo His song, “Come home,” we became aware of what Hebrews 12:22 calls an “innumerable company of angels.”  Each carried a scroll, upon which was written some place in creation where this song was to be delivered–nations, churches, groups, individuals, and even aspects of His created world.  We were privileged to be the mouthpiece of the Father’s song to a fatherless generation.
Why do we share this with you now?
1.  So that, even if you were not present, you can still say yes to the Father’s invitation to  rise above the limitations of this temporal earthly realm and to learn how to live from your real home.
2.  So that you can join us in echoing the Father’s song, co-laboring and co-creating with Him, as He calls His creation home.