Feb
03
2011

History does repeat itself by Lindsay Roberts

He begins to pass it on and through generations and through time.  They mess it up.  They become idol worshippers, and the next thing you know, you’ve got wicked king Nebuchadnezzar right back where we started, and you’ve got idol worshipping, and if you don’t bow down you’re going to burn.  And here we are all over again.  History does repeat itself.

 

So here comes Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego.  They refuse to bow.  So what do they do?  They get thrown in the fiery furnace.  They’re bound. The furnace is heated seven times hotter than normal, and the next thing you know somebody shows up in the fiery furnace.  Nebuchadnezzar takes a look in, and he said, “Hey!  Didn’t we throw in  three?”

 

“Yes, Sir.”

 

“Aren’t they bound?”

 

“Yes, Sir.”

 

“Then how come there’s four.  They’re loose, and they’re marching around, and the fourth man looks like? what?  “The Son of God!”  APPLAUSE

 

How does he know what the Son of God looks like?  He hasn’t been born yet.  He’s a spirit.  The same spiritual revelation that’s in the middle of the fiery furnace was the same spiritual revelation of Melchizedek all the way back here.  God can show up wherever you need Him.

 

So now you’ve got Him in the middle of the fiery furnace, the guys are delivered.  Glory.  Hallelujah!  And guess what they do again?  Another long journey of messing up.  Until you come all the way to Malachi.  And what does Malachi say?

 

 “You did it again.  You’re cursed with a curse.  You have lost the blessing of Abraham.”

 

I can prove that.  Because he goes on, and he says, “You are cursed with a curse even this whole nation.  Return to me and I will return unto you.”

 

“Wherein have we robbed God?”

 

“You have robbed me in…” what?

 

Tithe and offering.  Who was the first guy to do it? Abraham.  “You’ve robbed me all these years in tithe and offering.  And because of it you’re cursed with a curse again.”  And He said, “You return unto me, and I’ll return unto you, and I will open you the windows of heaven and pour you out…”  Careful how this is translated. This is what my father studied with the Jewish rabbi who knew exactly what he was doing.

 

He said, “I will open you the windows of heaven and…”   Not pour you out a blessing.  It says, “I will pour you out the blessing of Abraham, possessor of heaven and earth, most high God, deliverer from all your enemies.”  And He said,  “I’ll open you the windows of heaven, pour you out a blessing where there’s not room enough to receive it, and rebuke the devourer for your sake.”

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