By Ch.A. Hawley
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They have new values and new paradigms of the Kingdom. These newly lovesick believers need new structures, and these new structures must be governed by leaders who share the values that flow from experiencing the Bridegroom’s affections and power. Those with the old wineskin paradigms, values and control cannot lead such people. Jesus spoke of new wineskins for that generation, pointing to the new structures that would come forth as a result of the outpouring of the Spirit on the day of Pentecost.
So, mourning for the Bridegroom also involves repentance. To mourn is to rend or to tear our hearts, as the prophet Joel insisted: “Turn to Me with all your heart, with fasting, with weeping, and with mourning. So rend your heart ... ” (Joel 2:12-13). As we fast with hearts tender toward the Lord, we are kept in the position of continually rending our hearts and inviting the Holy Spirit to search us, to see if there is any wicked way in us (Ps. 139:23-24). Fasting is a God-given gift that helps us “break out” of the cares of this life and the corruption of sin and darkness.
Believing for too small a measure will lead to just that. Those who have truly heard will believe and act on what God said. To those who “hear” what God really wants to give them, more will be given. The necessary posture is that of a hearer; it is a posture of receiving His promises as true and ordering our lives so as to reach for them. What will we contend for in our experience with Him? What will we claim as our inheritance? We need to have a vision for what God will give our hearts, as well as a vision for what He will do through us in our ministry.
A Critical Examination of the Peshitta Version of the Book of Ezra by Ch.A. Hawley