Sounds of Revival II: Deeper
Mar 03 2017 | Christian & Gospel

Habitation Conference 2018

Habitation Conference 2018
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19 Sep 2018 Wednesday
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22 Sep 2018 Saturday

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Habitation Conference 2018

Location
Orlando, FL
Venue
Bright Ministry Center
Time
07:00 pm
Price
179.00

We are gathering together for three days with the intention and purpose to have an encounter with God that will change us forever.

Language shapes culture. Prophetic contextualization of moments and seasons allow people to move from confusion to conversion/change. If Peter hadn’t given language to the outpouring of Acts 2 with the context of the prophecy of Joel, people likely would have missed  (and certainly misunderstood) the moment and the significance of what was happening. Instead, because he gave them language for the moment, 3,000 people instantly said, “I want in on that!”

Without language, signs are missed. Wrong language can even usurp evidence. In Numbers 13, the children of Israel had the “evidence” of the promised land, but the language from 10 of the 12 spies caused an entire generation to forfeit their inheritance by giving a false depiction of the moment based on wrong perception. Their language overcame even the evidence of the promise.

Last year, Pastor Sam Oyé brought out a key point for us. Everyone seems to be declaring Revival in this season, and even praying for revival. So we have to ask ourselves, if everyone is praying the same word, why does revival “tarry?” Perhaps because, while we are saying the same word, we don’t all mean the same thing because we all define it differently. Genesis 11 shows us what God says about people who speak the same language, even when their intentions were bad. The Lord said, “The people are one and they have one language, and this is only the beginning of what they will do; now nothing that they propose to do will be impossible for them.” Genesis 11:1, 6 MEV

What would happen if we all spoke the language of revival? Nothing shall be impossible for people who speak the same language.