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prophetic message - Altar of god and the holy spirit

holding on aright to the horns of the altar

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Scriptural Context: Psalm 118:19, 27; Ezekiel 43:1, 4-5, 13-18; Revelation 9:13; Isaiah 63:1, 10-15; John 7:37-39; John 19:28; Revelation 22:16-17 

​​Beloved Friends,

The Godhead (God the Father, God the Son—Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost) brings a word of revelation with Divine insight, instruction, and encouragement to allude in a priestly procession to “Another Level” igniting the fire and inflame of the Holy Spirit coming forth through dimensions of prayer, dimensions of press-in to the Altar of God, and dimensions of the Holy Spirit outpouring manifesting the Glory of God. We are admonished by the Apostle Paul, “For whatever things were written before were written for our learning, that we through the patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope” (Rom 15:4). Therefore, the purpose of the written scriptures is the revelation of God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Spirit, “Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit” (Rom 15:13). As we open in the context of scriptures, let us keep these two questions in remembrance, “Who is this?” and “What must I do?” in the expository of the written Word of God specifically dealing with the Altar of Almighty God, the Holy Spirit, and presence of the visible manifestation of the Glory of the Lord. Let “US” take this journey in the prophetic of the Spirit of Glory, impacting us all and generations into the realms of salvation, deliverance, outpouring of the Spirit, redeeming the Church Body (People of God) back to Jesus Christ and God the Father, igniting a fire contagious to everyone who hungers and thirst for “new birth” from the inside-out approach, purging of sin to holiness and righteousness, making distinction, shaking the foundations of this world and communities of indwelling, bringing lasting change. And let him, let her, let them, who hears say, “Come!

In the context of chapters read, if we reflect back in time, in biblical history to remember, there is a period of time in the Old Testament, from Gensis to Exodus, Exodus to Isaiah, Isaiah to Ezekiel, Ezekiel to Malachi, of the affliction and suffering of God’s people, the mercy, grace, and pity of God’s deliverance for His people, the rebellion of God’s people against His commandments and love, God’s judgment against His people taking away His presence and Spirit, God’s people crying out to the Lord for help, the prophets and priesthood going before at the Altar of God for atonement for the people and themselves for the Spirit of the Lord and His glory to return, warnings to God’s people to return to Him, the visitation of the Lord revealing Himself and of things to come in vessels of humankind. Hence proceeds, the prophecy and promise of the Messiah--Jesus to come, “Who is this?” This Jesus of the new covenant taking away the old covenant fault of the blood of bulls and goats sacrifices and atonement, taking away sin by the atonement of His blood, death, burial, and resurrection, giving those who believe and receive Him a chance of greater promise of Heaven. “What must I do?” “Wherefore He is able also to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by Him, seeing He ever liveth to make intercession for them” (Heb 7:25). “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16). Thus, in the New Testament, the Messiah--Jesus promised, manifested Himself in human form, both man and the deity of God, the seed of the Holy Spirit, Spirit of God, “For such a High Priest was fitting for us, who is holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners, and has become higher than the heavens” (Heb 7:26). Jesus Christ “The Stone which the builders rejected has become the Chief Cornerstone,” revealed in the Old and New Testaments, ending in Revelation the book of consummation, the divine revelation and redemption, the “Testimony of Jesus Christ” and things to come.

​With the views of the Altars of prayer, intercession, sacrifice, atonement of offering, and consecration with the significance of the Holy Spirit presence, not denying the Spirit, leading those who will come in subjection and submission as an living sacrifice, holy, and acceptable, entering the inner courts of the Throne of God, Throne of Jesus Christ, in the Temple of God, with the Horns of the Altar, as such the elevation of Divine revelation and Divine insight will have us in “Spiritual Grip” for oneself, holding aright to the Altar of God, pursuing in expectation of a “spiritual awakening” of Jesus Christ the “Gate of Righteousness,” one much enter, into the presence and Glory of the Lord. Wherefore, this Witness and Messenger is of the Testimony of Jesus Christ and His Spirit, as revealed.

Let us take a spiritual journey in the prophetic scripture context through the lenses of Jesus Christ in the revelation of six dimensions of the Altars and Spirit with correlating scriptures of significance and enlightenment of what time and the Glory of God:

  1. The Gates of Righteousness and the Sacrifice of the Horns of the Altar (Psalm 118:19, 25-29, key verse 27)
    King David exhorts people in diligence to trust in the Lord as a helper and protector for His people, alluding to people to give thanks, gratitude, and sacrifice of victory promised, prior to the sacrifice of the atonement of blood. He reflects on the coming of the Messiah promised (Psalm 118:22), to sit on his throne from His lineage as promised by God, leading the readers of the psalms to the coming Messiah. Jesus Christ (Matthew 21:42) reflects back to Psalm 118:22, revealing Himself as the Chief Cornerstone promised. This Psalm teaches us the exaltation of King David of both naturally and spiritually, weathered his season of testing and battle, suffering violence, taking hold of the promise of Israel as King, trusting in the Lord; required a sacrifice of himself, offering praise and thanksgiving at the Altar of God, giving the sacrifice prior to taking hold and binding to the Horns of the Altar, reverencing in a prayer of thanksgiving, praise, and exhortation. Today, in correlation, to enter the "Gates of Righteousness," to bind the sacrifice on the Horns of the Altar, we as the people of God with this question, “What must I do?” “I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service” (Rom 12:1). Our bodies as the temple of God in wholeness (mind, body, spirit) becomes the binding living sacrifice, holy, and acceptable unto God to enter the "Gates of Righteousness" at the Altar of Jesus Christ in His presence. This pinnacle is transformed by the renewing of our minds and spirit as a vessel worthy at the Altar of God.

  2. The Vision of Heaven, Glory of the Lord, The Throne and Temple of God, and the Horns of the Altar (Ezekiel 43:1, 4-5, 6, 7, 13-18)
    The theophany of the vision of Heaven to the priest and transformed prophet Ezekiel revealed the Glory of the Lord, the Throne of God and Temple of God, in the midst the Horns of the Altar. This was a visible manifestation to humankind in the dark days of Judah’s history in a seventy-year period of captivity in Babylon. The question presents, “Who is this?” That brought Ezekiel to the gate, speaking with him. This was the Almighty God, Jehovah—Jesus Christ, with His Spirit lifting up Ezekiel bringing him into the inner court, where the Glory of the Lord filled the house, revealing Himself and speaking to Ezekiel as the voice of many waters, with a message for His people Israel the nation and His people globally. This presents the question, “What must I do?” The Almighty God message, was to return to Him in righteousness and holiness, turn from the abominations defiling the name of the Lord, turn from their whoredom, and turn from their iniquities reverencing the “house” of the Lord and “temple” of the Lord, for His Glory to return in the midst of His people.

    The Prophet Ezekiel narrates himself as favored by God with the vision and presence of the Lord, for the Glory of the Lord to take possession. He was himself in prayer and in the Spirit and subjection to the Spirit, to take possession. Herein, in Hebrew, Ezekiel’s name means “God Strengthens” or “Strengthen by God.” God will strengthen His people with His Spirit and Glory when we are in alignment with Heaven in righteousness, holiness, and obedience. The significance of the Horns of the Altar represents entering the inner courts of the indwelling of the presence of the Lord in which prayer, supplication, and an acceptable holy offering for the Spirit dwelling in the midst. The Altar dealt with the dimensions and shape of square, given in cubit width, height, and length, a base bottom from the ground, two platforms in which consisted of the Altar, and the hearth of which the fire of God burns, igniting the flame of the Spirit burning, purifying the prayer. This pinnacle, with the Horns of the Altar, and holding aright, represented an elevation for Ezekiel by the Spirit of God with the Horns the highest point of connecting to the Altar in the presence of the Lord, with the atoning Blood of Jesus Christ purging and the Spirit purifying into His image for service. This view of the prophetic teaches us as the people of God, for the habited vessels of the Lord in which His Spirit dwells, the forefront must be a process of purging from sin and all unrighteousness, a process of consecrating ourselves into the righteousness and holiness for the Glory of the Lord presence to return, greater than the latter, bringing a “new birth” of His Spirit through realms of prayer in the presence of the Altar of God, pursuing the will of God and strength of God, in elevation of service for the Kingdom of God.

  3. The Four Horns of the Golden Altar of God and the Sixth Trumpet of Things to Come (Revelation 9:13-21)
    The theophany of the vision of Heaven and the Testimony of Jesus Christ, is an elevation in the Spirit of the Apostle John by God the Father, as He was in prisoned, exiled on the Island of Patmos, left for dead. At this time, the Apostle John chose to press-in in prayer, thanksgiving, and praise before the Altar of God, in the Spirit, and was chosen by God the Father as a "Witness" of the Testimony of Jesus Christ, and the revelation of the resurrected King of Kings ruling in righteousness, with the prophecies of things to come for the Church and upon the earth. In this view of the Four Horns of the Golden Altar of God, the question presents, “Who is this?” The voice calling from the Altar, summoning the sixth angel; commentators and theologians, suggest it is the voice of an angel calling from the Four Horns of the Altar, the horns represents the four Gospels voice of interpretation; howbeit, I have concluded this is the “Voice of God,” the same “Voice of God” speaking to Moses throughout Exodus, the "Voice of God" concerning Altar in Exodus 40:1, 26, the “Voice of God” in control of time, the “Voice of God” in control of the seven angels sounding the trumpets, and trumpets to sound, standing before the Throne of God the Father, resounding His voice in the Four Horns of the Altar. This vision of the sixth Angel commissioned to sound the trumpet, brought forth the four Angels of the river of Euphrates and a great army rising into the world with horsemen of two hundred thousand, thousand, plagued to kill a third of mankind. A time of judgment and tribulation of things to come because humankind would not repent of their sins.

    This vision lets the Church know to be ready for the rapture of the church because it unveils the great tribulation which will come upon all the earth killing a third of mankind. The question presents, “What must I do?” Repent of sins, repent of transgressions, repent of rebellion, repent of iniquities, repent of pride and arrogance, repent of murder, repent of sorcery, repent of sexual immorality, repent of thefts, repent of worshipping and serving demons, repent of idolatry, and turn to the Living God and Jesus Christ. “What Time Is It?Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up” (James 4:10). “Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time: Casting all your care upon Him; for He careth for you” (1 Peter 5:6-7). It is time for the church body to be sober, vigilant, resisting the Devil, steadfast in the faith, the church body to turn to the Lord before the Altar of God in the indwelling of His presence and glory, for people all over the world to turn to the salvation of Jesus Christ, to turn to righteousness and holiness, to turn to the Spirit of the Lord, the Holy Spirit, for the igniting of outpouring of the Spirit to strengthen us to fight to the end, redeeming the time in the evil day, reaping a harvest for the Kingdom of Heaven.

  4. The Altar of Prayer Intercession for the Remnant, Thirst and Hunger for the Holy Spirit, Spirit of God’s Presence (Isaiah 63:1, 10-13; John 7:37-39; John 19:28)
    In this view of prayer intercession for the remnant of Israel, God’s people, the narrative of the Prophet Isaiah, correlates to the New Testament, to declare a message of hope, the Messiah coming, of a Savior and Sovereign to bear His cross and to wear His crown, and His Spirit. The prophetic of Isaiah covers forty years of ministering with a theme of the latter twenty-seven chapters from judgment to restoration, God’s vengeance for His people as promised, with “Yahweh Is Salvation” leading the readers into a hope of an eternal promise for generations to come. The opening of chapter sixty-three presents this question, “Who is this?” that cometh from Edom, Jehovah God, speaking with the Prophet Isaiah, communing with him an interchangeable conversation, relationship, speaking of the promise of His vengeance for His people with His coming Glory revealed, and Isaiah praising the Lord for His lovingkindness, mercy, and thanksgiving for God’s sovereignty. This reflection and remembrance led the Prophet Isaiah thirsting and a hunger for the Holy Spirit return, and presence of the Glory of God in the midst of His people in His time. This view leads in prayer intercession before God at the Altar of God for the remnant in (vv. 7-15) and outpouring of His Holy Spirit igniting a fire and hunger of the Spirit. “What must I do?” Jesus admonishes us all as He stood, “…cried, saying, If any man thirst, let him come unto me, and drink. He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water” (John 7:37-38). “What must I do?” We must turn from our rebellious spirit against God, and turn to Jesus Christ in submission to His will, power, and authority, according to the Will of God. “What must I do?” We as the Church Body and people of God, must thirst for the Spirit, thirst for the Spirit of God, thirst for the Holy Spirit through affliction, bearing our cross of purpose to fulfillment, with Jesus Christ the pattern of promise. “After this, Jesus knowing that all things were now accomplished, that the scripture might be fulfilled, saith, I thirst” (John 19:28). Jesus thirst for the Spiritual Living Waters of the Spirit of God. “What must I do?” “And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely” (Rev. 22:17). Igniting the FIRE and hunger of the Spirit, Salvation, and Life flowing freely.

  5. The Altar of Witness of the Lord, Changing Generations (Joshua 22:19, 27, 28, 34)
    Injecting these scriptures into context for change of generations. In this view the Altar of Witness of the Lord, Joshua gives charge to the Reubenities, Gadites, and half of the tribe of Manasseh, to go and possess their land, rest, and blessed them as God promised, on the other side of the Jordan, away from the children of Israel and out of Shiloh. This left the people of Reuben, Gad, and Manasseh without the possession of an Altar of the Lord. To bring change to their generation and generations to come to serve the Lord God, they build a great Altar for all to see by the border of Jordan. When the children of Israel found out, the whole congregation of the children of Israel gathered themselves together at Shiloh, to go up to war against them. The children of Reuben, Gad, and Manasseh, explained to Joshua and the whole congregation of Israel, this was an Altar of Witness of the Lord, not of sacrifice, nor burnt offering, “But that it may be a witness between us, and you, and our generations after us, that we might do the service of the LORD.” (Joshua 22:27). “What must I do?” We must take the position of the children of Reuben, Gad, and Manasseh, changing the course of generations, with “The Altar of Witness of the Lord” of genuine service before the Lord, for the presence of His Spirit, inviting Him in as Lord to dwell in the midst. This pattern represented the Spirit of the Lord’s presence dwelling in the midst of them. Thus, the arguments and war ceased, because of this statement and action of change, “And the children of Reuben and the children of Gad called the altar Ed: for it shall be a witness between us that the LORD is God” (Joshua 22:34). We must as the people of God, not accept culture and racial barriers, across to world, keeping us from the Altar of God, and becoming the image of “The Altar of Witness of the Lord” for His presence and glory to dwell.

  6. The Rejection of the Covering of the Horns of the Altar (1 King 2:27-35)
    In this view of the Horns of the Altar; keep in mind this view of the consequences of grabbing hold to the Horns of the Altar, with sin, murder of life, murders of spirits of brothers and sisters, and blood on our hands. We must not take for granted the Holy Spirit, and the temple, the sanctuary or meeting place, in which the Lord’s presence dwells. We cannot hide behind the Altar of God, covering up and taking refuge, committing transgression, sin, and iniquity as Eli and his sons, never repenting, continuing service as unto the Lord. “What must the church do?” The Church Body must do as King Solomon, “So Solomon thrust out Abiathar from being priest unto the Lord; that he might fulfil the word of the Lord, which he spake concerning the house of Eli in Shiloh” (1 Kings 2:27). “What must I do?” We as the people of God, must be right before the Lord, repenting, confession our sins, and turning to the Lord. The latter part of this passage of (v. 28), “Joab fled unto the tabernacle of the Lord, and caught hold on the horns of the altar” hiding by the Altar, not letting go, when He had a chance to flee, wanting to die by the Altar of the Lord as an atonement for His sin, staying in sin, not repenting. “What happened?” To keep the temple clean and break the curse, King Solomon, gave order, as this, “And the king said unto him, Do as he hath said, and fall upon him, and bury him; that thou mayest take away the innocent blood, which Joab shed, from me, and from the house of my father” (1 Kings 2:31). We as the people of God, are rejected by God, when we continue in sin, not repenting, He will separate Himself, Spirit, and presence from all of us individually, the places of worship and service to the Lord, representing the temple of the Lord.

​Concluding, with this view of Horns of the Altar, prayer, and the Holy Spirit, and the returning of the Glory of the Lord; we must humble ourselves, repenting, turning from our wicked ways seeking in prayer before the Altar of the Lord, “And the Lord appeared to Solomon by night, and said unto him, I have heard thy prayer, and have chosen this place to myself for an house of sacrifice” (2 Chron. 7:12). Being and acceptable sacrifice to the Lord. And we must learn from the instructions, left written in the Holy Bible, “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land” (2 Chron 7:14), seeking the face of the Lord for the outpouring of His Spirit that brings healing in dimensions.

Be Blessed and stay connected to Jesus,

Prophetess Cynthia Kelly
Humble Servant of the Lord
International Author
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