Tarrying

For those of you who feel CONSTRAINED by God right now to “tarry in Jerusalem,” tarrying for what is to be released in Tabernacles is much different from what happened in the upper room when the fullness of Pentecost came. I mean that the Day of Pentecost was one big party with 120 people in an upper room looking much like they were drunk. On the Day of Atonement though, the high priest went alone into the Holy of Holies. Along these lines, Joseph, Moses, David and other Tabernacles types were much alone in their sufferings. Jesus, in Gethsemane was alone, and as He poured out His soul unto death on Calvary He cried, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” In this I see that at Pentecost our fellowship is mostly with man, but on the Day of Atonement we walk very much alone with God. In other words, beloved, this solemn day leading us into Tabernacles is one to fast and humble our souls before God. So be encouraged, Tarry-ers, your redemption is drawing nigh.

D