#48 • Vision Week, December 2016 • Excerpt 1 • “Practical Fellowship for Going on with the Lord” (1)
This week we begin to cover the messages from the recent Winter Vision Week in Cleveland, Ohio.
However, as we do this, we’re starting with the last message from that training, because our brother asked the saints to get a copy of that message and listen to it, so they could enter into the burden of his sharing in that time.
At a number of points in his sharing our brother speaks of our being “in here” or “outside.” He is referring to a diagram of the tabernacle, together with the outer court, that was projected on the wall behind him. He had used this diagram throughout the training, encouraging the saints to not remain in the outer court, in so many activities on the Lord’s behalf, but rather to press on to enter into the actual tabernacle where they could experience Christ Himself. So when he’s saying “we are in here” or “out here,” he’s using this diagram to illustrate where we are in terms of our spiritual experience.
This is part one of the last message; Lord willing, we will send out part two next week.
This program has been edited to remove personal and private references.
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