Genesis 2:4 – 14
As we contemplate God, man-made idols become insignificant. We can take animate and inanimate objects and worship them e.g. tree huggers. Idolatry is adultery – channeling our passions and resources in the wrong direction. India has sacred cows and the people worship the cows. Here in Zimbabwe, we have totems (Clan names)
We make our own gods but none compare to our God. They all have power but that power needs to be seen in the context we are in. we live in a context where the enemy has power. God doesn’t fight like how elephants fight. “Greater is He who is in us than he who is in the world.” We need to seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and everything will be added to us. As Ed Silvoso said at the Trumpet Call for Transformation Conference, we need to ask God “what prophetic activation do you want me to do?”
Everything is about our relationship with god. Faithfulness is up to us and fruitfulness is up to God. God demands our worship for His glory. Not only is this God awesome, but He is love and He is indescribable.
By Molly Manhanga