Apostle Grace Lubega
Hebrews 13:10 (KJV) We have an altar, whereof they have no right to eat which serve the tabernacle.
VISIONS AND ALTARS
The altar from which you eat determines the nature and size of your vision. Some people’s prayers are in other men’s pocket change, while other men’s visions, no man can answer except God. The man whose need can easily be met by another man and he whose need can only be met by God cannot share the same altar.
The scriptures name different kinds of altars; wood, stone, bronze and gold. Each of these have a distinctive revelation that defines a man’s life of communion and growth in the things of God.
But one unique thing about the golden altar is that it is before the throne of God (Revelation 8:3). The vision of a man that eats from this altar arises from what he beholds of and in God.
This kind of vision that is fed by the revelation of what a man beholds in God supersedes time: it is relevant to the past generations, relevant today and will be relevant for generations to come. Hallelujah!
FURTHER STUDY: Proverbs 29:18, Habakkuk 2:2-3
The altar from which you eat determines the nature and size of your vision.
PRAYER: Lord, I thank you for the altar from which I feed. I partake of the substance that makes great men because I behold your countenance and understand your mind. You unveil to me worlds of possibilities and these cause me to pray, to fast, to give and to spend and be completely spent because of the things that I see. In Jesus’ name. Amen.