Kathryn Joy Foster | King of Glory

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King of Glory

by Kathryn Joy Foster

Picture the exhilaration of having irreversible triumph. This is the epitome of a victory chant you would shout from the top of your lungs rather than just a song you would casually sing. You will stay focused on heaven’s agenda with no divided interests.
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This delightful music release penned, performed, and produced by Kathryn Joy Foster is a three-verse supernatural invasion that leaves you in suspense only briefly. Verse one crowns the Conqueror; it begins with this question taken from Psalm 24:8,10 who is the King of Glory? The Messiah immediately answers for himself: He foretells He is the person and power behind the Conqueror referred to throughout the Old Testament but not yet revealed until the New Testament. In fact, the manifestation of the promise is unfolded when Jesus Christ came to earth centuries later. The end result is the establishment of the greatest merger the earth has ever seen. Revelation 11:15 details the supernatural strategy. “…The kingdoms of this world are become [generated into] the kingdoms of our Lord, and of Christ and He shall reign for ever and ever.” The second verse crushes all corruption; it highlights the Messiah’s honorable and majestic influence over the kingdom of darkness. He denuded and destroyed every form of enemy including death, whether seen or unseen, known or unknown. Colossians 2:9-10; 14-15 gives undisputable evidence that Jesus subjugated every evil work and plan of satan; therefore what He accomplished for you over two thousand years ago is irreversible. “For in him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily. And ye are complete in him, which is the head of all principality and power: blotting out the handwriting of ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to his cross; And having spoiled principalities and powers, He made a shew of them openly, triumphing over them in it.” The third verse shows the change of the chosen; it serves as a challenge to you to give heaven full expression on earth in you and through you. Moreover, your personal impact helps to release the body of Christ to boldly step up to our assignment as kings and priests on earth. Assuming that supernatural disposition, there is nothing that can dominate us unless we allow it. The biblical phrase “the latter house shall be greater than the former house” shows the fitness of heart that has been transformed so heaven is superimposed over the kingdom of this world system exactly as God desires it to be. As we see Jesus as He really is, then we can mirror Him as He really is in the world—a world overcomer. He is love, and only His love conquers all. In other words, Jesus didn’t go into the world to take sides with the contrary system, but He came to take over. By loving all people while hating principalities and powers, our Lord stood against satan, sin, hell, and grave so they could no longer prevent mankind from being healed from oppression. He influenced culture, climate, and customs in every sphere of influence. All He touched would hunger and thirst for a taste of heaven because nothing else really brings satisfaction. As ambassadors of Christ, the kingdom of God surely reigns and takes additional territory. As we welcome the Holy Spirit at home in us, individually as well as collectively, He changes us into the image of the Son, Jesus Christ. He takes us from one level of glory to the next level of glory. As we bind together with Him as one, we won’t ever be an obstruction against our own breakthrough. As you clearly see the invincible King inside of you as declares in Micah 4:9, then you will be able to also clearly see His invincible kingdom on the inside of you that Jesus Christ declares exists in Luke 17:21. “Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.” With that indelible image growing and developing within, then you can use your faith like a tool to make tangible the purposes and plans of God that overflow out of your heart. The hook is taken from Isaiah 33:17. “Thine eyes shall see the King in his beauty: they shall behold the land that is very far off.” When we see eye to eye with heaven, we can tangibly inherit the throne of glory envisioned. Accepting your coronation, the kingdom of God reigns on earth just like heaven rules—eternally, effectively and efficiently. What seems to be remote, faith that overcomes the world ushers you to be seated next to the King of kings in heavenly places. Faith occupies what appears to be far away; there is no waiting period. As you can now see, the story line progressively moves the Church away from being a damsel in distress waiting for deliverance to take you where you see God’s will be done on earth as it is in heaven. With that in mind, let the Body of Christ arise! Let her take her seat on the throne of glory! Be seated in heavenly places at the right hand of Jesus Christ—Yeshua—our King of Glory. As you begin or continue to look unto Jesus, He always looks back. Job 36:7 gives you a glimpse. “He withdraweth not His eyes from the righteous: but with kings are they on the throne; yea, He doth establish them forever, and they are exalted.”



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