In the new covenant priest and king are both in the same person. Jesus is our example… our high priest who is also the King of kings.
As believers we do trade our time, talents, treasure and our very lives for something much better… It’s not a sacrifice, it’s a bargain that we trade for in wisdom to “increase” our spiritual and natural portfolio.
This reformation is at a first-fruits and a grassroots level. We are sounding a trumpet to gather an army who already hear this voice to reach a tipping point.
The real goal isn’t revival, it’s reformation. We are discipling nations and we started by opening the Dutch Book and finding the network who will carry it.
When we make this vision for reformation plain and take steps to articulate it practically in terms of goals, it has an evangelistic pull… “all men” are drawn to this vision and the fruit.
Where is God? – in the Kingdom, we find the presence and power and person of God when we get in our mountain and get to work. It’s really simple! That’s where we find ourselves too… our passion, our anointing, our purpose, our fruit, our authority and our personality.