Two years ago the world as we knew it changed in a most significant way and it will never be the same again. 1 Corinthians 15:46 tells us “First the natural and then the spiritual”. As mentioned in the previous blog I was blessed to be part of a mighty move of God at the Dandenong Church 40 years ago. While I have reflected on those times over the years, I had forgotten the key scripture that the Lord gave to the church. A couple of weeks ago the Lord reminded me of Habukkuk 1:5 which says: “Look, be utterly astounded! For I will work a work in your days which you would not believe though it was told to you!” As I have reflected on this verse there has been an excitement in my spirit which I have not felt for a long time. As I have been pressing into the Lord I have felt a strong impression, just as the world changed quickly two years ago, we will see the Lord step in and change the church and we will experience the presence of the Lord manifested in such a significant way which will result in multitudes being born again. We will not have to worry about teaching the new people because they will be so radically changed like the people in the book of Acts. To understand how great this will be, the song “WAY MAKER” by Leeland is a prophetic statement of the move of God the song says “You are here, moving in our midst, working in this place, touching every heart, turning lives around, mending every heart, you are, way maker, miracle worker, promise keeper, light in the darkness my God- that is who You are, “ As you understand the significance oy those words you will realise that they are not just words of a song but a declaration of the nature and purpose of our God. It is so important to take the time to allow the truth of these words to sink into our spirit and be part of our preparation for being prepared for what God is about to do. One thing I have learned over my lifetime is how quickly things can change, today with the methods of communication that we have now we will be surprised how quickly people will know that once again God is alive in the church again. After the people of Judah had been captive in Babylon for 70 years the people were allowed to return to Jerusalem to rebuild the Temple. There was a mixture of people who returned – some had been captured while others were born in Babylon. One of the first things that they did was to lay the foundation of the temple because they wanted to worship their God. However, there was a mixture of responses when this happened, the people who remembered the old temple cried because it was not the same, the people who had not seen the previous temple rejoiced because the temple was being built. This always happens when something new takes place, some people want to return to the old ways, while others are rejoicing in the new thing God is doing. Look at God’s response in Haggai 2:9 “The glory of the latter will be greater than the former says the Lord of Hosts”. In the past, there have been many great moves of God but this one will be greater and I want to be part of it.