God has been up to something at Liberty Church.
I can’t explain it, but I’m glad I can’t. The second I can comprehend what God is up to with my little human mind, He’s not really God anymore. I’ve learned to embrace and love the unexpected.
Two pretty cool things happened Sunday night, one of which I shared with my Worship team, and I want to share with you as well.
I led worship at our Brooklyn Community on Sunday morning. We did the song “Set a Fire”. I was walking to my apartment, from the train, and praying those lyrics.
Set a fire, down in my soul. That I can’t contain, and I can’t control. I want more of you God. I want more of you God.
I was praying and asking God for more of Him, in every second of my life. To have more Words for people, to see more healings and miracles, to be full of Him in every single thing I do, and to be used for His glory.
Then I just heard God say, “a conduit.”
I knew what this word meant, but wanted to look it up when I got home to make sure I was right. This is the definition.
noun \ˈkän-ˌdü-ət, -ˌdyü- also -dwət, -dət\
: a pipe or tube through which something (such as water or wire) passes
: someone or something that is used as a way of sending something (such as information or money) from one place or person to another.
YES. (God nailed it, as He does.) That’s exactly what I want to be. I simply want to be the thing that God has to pass through, (when He needs me to be that of course, otherwise i’m happy to get out of the way) to send his love, mercy, grace, Word, etc., to others. That literally, I am a vessel that’s only used for Him to pass through, from one place to another, from one person to another.
When I’m leading worship, I often pray, and picture, that I am solely a vessel for what God wants to do on a Sunday. That what comes out of my mouth is from Heaven, and goes directly out into our House. That I am a pipe or tube voice through which something (such as water or wire
God blows my mind, and I know He continually will, because He’s God. He ALLOWS for us be used in this way, which doesn’t make any sense. He sent Jesus to die on the cross for us, then chooses to partner with us to build His Kingdom. He created EVERYTHING, and yet He lets us play a part. This makes no sense, but I am forever grateful that we get to be used for His glory.
To be a conduit, from Heaven to earth, is a goal I’m incredibly excited to live for.