Weekly Pursuit – Week 3 of January

Jan 18, 2022 by



Matt. 6:33 “But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.”




Our present situation and God’s need today are the same in principle as the situation and the need at the time of Samuel. Some today need to pray according to God’s need, as Hannah did. God needs some like Samuel, who was a Nazarite, a priest, a prophet, and the last judge. We should aspire to be the last judge. The sisters especially should aspire to be like Hannah, praying to bring forth some like Samuel, who will terminate the confused age so that Christ the King may come with His kingdom.


We need to realize how greatly the Divine Trinity is needed for this to be accomplished. In order for us to pray to meet God’s need today, we need Christ as the embodiment of God and the reality of the offerings. We also need the fulfillment of the Tent of Meeting, which is the church as God’s dwelling place. Hannah did not pray her prevailing prayer in her home. We need God’s embodiment and His full salvation in the church life. Then we can pray prevailing prayers for God’s goal, to bring in the kingdom. This is the experience of the Divine Trinity.


First and 2 Samuel reveal that the bringing in of the king and the setting up of the kingdom depend on the involvement of the Divine Trinity with His people. The Triune God is still involved with us today. The Triune God, with His embodiment, His redemption, and His Spirit, is constituting us into useful persons for His coming and His kingdom. (The Divine Trinity as Revealed in the Holy Word,” ch.10)

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