Micro Church: Small Is The New Big

Here’s a video from the Lance Learning training archive! Force multiplication is a combination of different forces, it’s an old military term, so you hit by air, by land, by sea, and it’s that combination of all of those factors that multiplies your advantage. Now that’s in terms of military activity and force multiplication works in marketing too, but what about for believers? where does that fit in for them?

For Christians it’s essential we get our heads around force multiplication – we’re losing a generation because the story of Christ, the story of faith is becoming more abstract and fragmented. Christians don’t understand how to be naturally supernatural. Daniel had what was called an ‘excellent spirit’ and he was called to interpret dreams and visions. Daniel went way beyond their soothsayers, their occult practitioners, all using force multiplication to tap into his gift clusters! Watch what happens when he force multiplies in his sphere!

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8 thoughts on “Micro Church: Small Is The New Big

  1. We- David Lisa k Frezquez are interested I’m being put on your list. Keyes4antiaging@yahoo.com. this is exactly where it’s going and we’ve had prophetic words ourselves as a couple that the Lord wanted us to start one! The Lord gets moved us from the Denver Colorado area to Louisville Kentucky of all places. Thank you we appreciate you so much and pray God continue blessing and Revelation to be poured out on you!

  2. What is the bible teaching us? Ultimately how to build God’s Kingdom, not how to be individually saved. God’s greater purpose is Kingdom building which requires a nation. A nation is occupied by families, tribes, peoples, a functioning civil society, centring on God laws and commandments, hence the significance of occupying Canaan. “Seek first God’s Kingdom and His Righteousness”. Therefore even Jesus was not saying to seek him first, but God’s Kingdom. What’s the point of being ‘saved’, but thereafter you aren’t seeking and building God’s Kingdom.

    Jesus said those who seek to gain their lives will lose them, but those who are prepared to lose their lives for his sake will gain them. Therefore ‘pick up your cross and follow me’ in order to build God’s Kingdom. Just believing in Jesus, yet practically not doing anything in our society and nation is tantamount to idol or idle worship. Hence the significance of what Lance is teaching.

    God is a practical God who organises His people to be put into positions of authority so that they can accomplish the greater good for God’s purpose. This includes the practicality, also meaning the ‘works’ of such central figures as Abraham, Jacob, Joseph, Daniel, Moses, Jesus. (James 2)

    From and including Egypt, God has been seeking his nation because once he has a nation, that provides protection, a territory, sovereignty and then governance, so people can be educated and raised up to be the citizens of God’s Kingdom. This is what America was supposed to do, but the majority decided that worshipping mammon and the material world was more important than keeping God’s Commandments.

    “What does it matter, I am saved by the blood of Christ”. Really? No, you entered into a contract with Jesus to do what he did, ‘pick up your cross and follow me’. People make Faustian contracts with the Devil, we made a contract with Christ. A contract has rules and requirements within it for what you must do to remain covered and protected by that contract. If you drive drunk, your insurance won’t cover you and so forth. You have to honour the contract which is the Word, which is the Commandment, which originally Adam and Eve broke, so therefore the promise or what they should have inherited did not come to them.

    Jesus is the embodiment of the Word, so are you keeping the contract, the Word? That is what you have to ask yourself, otherwise your salvation becomes invalid, null and void. Please note:

    Hebrews 10:26 “For if we sin deliberately after receiving the knowledge of the truth, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins, 27 but a fearful prospect of judgment, and a fury of fire which will consume the adversaries. 28 A man who has violated the law of Moses dies without mercy at the testimony of two or three witnesses. 29 How much worse punishment do you think will be deserved by the man who has spurned the Son of God, and profaned the blood of the covenant by which he was sanctified, and outraged the Spirit of grace? 30 For we know him who said, “Vengeance is mine, I will repay.” And again, “The Lord will judge his people.” 31 It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God”.

    So God is also seeking His Kingdom because with the Fall he lost His territory, His sovereignty, His governance and His ability to protect His people because we made Satan the ruler of this world “by OUR actions”.

    Moses was adopted by Pharaoh’s daughter and he grew up in the palace, becoming a prince. There was the possibility that Moses given certain events unfolding could have become Pharaoh as the adopted grandson of the Pharaoh. Then God’s Kingdom could have been established in Egypt as opposed to going to Canaan, and having to fight and kill the indigenous people, but instead, converting Egypt to the ‘One God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob’.

    That is how God can change and influence events, if people accomplish their portion of responsibility. That is also how God’s providence moves forward, and hence He uses people who are Pagan rulers and those who are not even seeking God, because God’s people are either asleep or now God has to claim someone from Satan’s side as with Abraham, whose father was an idol maker.

    However, because of Moses’ temper and killing the Egyptian guard which also got him into trouble again later on, by striking the rock twice at Kadesh Barnea, he ‘profaned’ God and therefore couldn’t enter the promised land. Similarly with Moses striking the Egyptian guard, Egypt herself could no longer become the ‘promised land’, so Moses went into exile for 40 years before returning to Egypt to lead the Exodus.

    By striking the guard he delayed God’s Providence and thwarted the quicker and easier course into the ‘promised land’ to establish God’s Kingdom and prepare for the Messiah. By striking the rock twice instead of once due to his anger, he then set a condition for the ‘rock’, Christ to be struck when he came, which is exactly what did happen.

    1 Cor 10:4 “and all drank the same supernatural drink. For they drank from the supernatural Rock which followed them, and the Rock was Christ”.

    John 4:14 “but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst. But the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life.”

    Man’s actions are hugely significant as they become part of the fabric of God’s Salvific handiwork, just as the Fall of Man (man’s actions) had a devastating effect on God’s Ideal of Creation, and the course of human history. Consider Gen 6:6.

    What we do is very important, as history and the bible makes abundantly clear. God’s Will is dependent on man’s actions and man fulfilling the responsibilities God gives to us, as in His Commandments and Statutes.

    That is our contract with God.

  3. Thank you, from Michigan. I would like to be added to your list! I appreciate your desire to feed us The Word from God which is spirit filled! Prayers!

  4. Thank you Lance. Again, a clear prophetic voice rings true at this crucial time in our country! The Lord put it on my heart a few years ago to open my home up as a home church or satellite church. That came out of nowhere. I know that God is placing that burden and desire in many. As I read through Haggai, Zechariah, Ezra, Nehemiah and Daniel, it is plain to see that the parallels to our current culture, were prophesied before the 400 years of prophetic silence. Thank you for continuously opening our eyes up to the ever LIVING presence of the WORD.