ChristianNetGuide is a focusing lens for spiritual life

ChristianNetGuide is a focusing lens for spiritual life. ChristianNetGuide helps local Christian focus spiritual life in both our pursuit of God and our action in the community.
ChristianNetGuide is a focusing lens for seeking God. God commands His people to seek Him in Sacred Assembly as His way of bringing revival. As the local Christian community seeks God together, God does great things on behalf of His people.God commands his people to seek Him. We are to seek him in sacred assembly, with the promise of revival to those who genuinely seek Him. ChristianNetGuide can promote and facilitate meetings and interfaces where people can individually and collectively seek God.Call to Solemn or Sacred Assembly.
Joel 2:12-17, there is a call to repentance- specifically a call to what the Bible refers to as a Solemn assembly. While solemn assemblies were instituted under the Mosaic law, the application of it’s key component, the solemn assembly, transcends the limitations of the Mosaic law. The solemn assembly was critical to the Feast of Tabernacles. Seven days of observance is followed by a solemn assembly on the eighth day (Lev 23:36).When the temple of Solomon was dedicated (2 Chr 5-7) it was at the time of then Feast of Tabernacles. They observed seven days and had a solemn assembly on the eighth day. During that solemn assembly, fire came down from God and the priests fell under the power of God. (2 Chr 7:1-9). After this solemn assembly, the Lord appeared to Solomon with this message:

And the LORD appeared to Solomon by night, and said unto him, I have heard thy prayer, and have chosen this place to myself for an house of sacrifice. If I shut up heaven that there be no rain, or if I command the locusts to devour the land, or if I send pestilence among my people; If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

– 2 Chronicles 7:12-14


God told Solomon that, as a result of the sacred assembly, He has heeded their prayer and decided that He would hear prayer from the temple where people set out to seek God. If God’s people seek Him, He will respond. Scripture describes God as seeking out those who would seek Him. In 2 chronicles 16, Asa is rebuked after gaining victory that he gained that through trusting in man rather than God. He cut a deal with the king of Syria rather than trusting God for total victory. The prophetic word instructs us that “the eyes of the LORD run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to shew himself strong in the behalf of them whose heart is perfect toward him. ” God is looking for people who would trust Him to do great thing to them and through them.

In Rev 5:6, we see another reference to the eyes of the Lord. We are instructed that there are seven eyes of the Lord and that they are the seven spirits of God. This is an ornate literary reference to the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is looking to show Himself strong on behalf of those who trust in God. Whenever the people of God will seek Him out in sacred assembly, He will respond. This is not just for the folks who part of the Mosaic covenant, but it is for all times and seasons. The apostles discovered this truth in the upper room.

We know from the passion narratives that on the third day after Christ died, He rose from the dead. He ascended into heaven 40 days later. the apostles were commanded to abide in an upper room. The apostles stay in the Upper Room where they engaged in “prayer and supplication”; this was engagement in a solemn assembly. Christ died and rose on the third day. Since He died on the Day of Preparation (Erev Pesach) just before Passover (Pesach), the third day was both the first day of the week (Matthew 28:1) and day 3 of the Omer out of the fifty that the Israelites were to count in their countdown to Shavuot/Pentecost. Christ ascended to Heaven on the fortieth day (Day 43). Days 43 through 49 of the Omer, seven days, the apostles and their associates were seeking God with one accord (Acts 1). On the eighth day, a day appointed for sacred assembly, The Holy Spirit came upon the apostles and believers in Jesus Christ – and the church was born(Acts 2).

The call to solemn assembly or sacred assembly is applicable to all legal contexts, not just the Mosaic Covenant. The call to seek God in solemn assembly for public and collective repentance is for today. We are to make prayers and supplication for redemption and revival in the context of impending doom for God to glorify himself by reviving us.

Acts 2 the beginning of the fulfillment of Joel’s prophecy.
The other promise is that of great revival. Vss 28-32 are also recorded in Acts 2 as the prophetic basis of Pentecost. In the context of Joel, this revival occurs before the End-time Day of the Lord judgments. That is why Joel’s prophecy includes the darkening of the sun and reddening of the moon as signs accompanying the revival. The revival in Acts was the initial, but not complete, fulfillment of Joel’s prophecy. The complete fulfillment occurs just before the Return of Jesus Christ.

The initial awakening resulted in a mighty movement of the Holy Spirit, but this was just the former rain. Scripture speaks of both a former and latter rain. Hosea 10:12 instructs us to prepare our soil for rain, that the Lord may “come and rain righteousness upon you.” This was not a physical rain, but a spiritual rain. Hosea 6:3 says “ shall we know, if we follow on to know the LORD: his going forth is prepared as the morning; and he shall come unto us as the rain, as the latter and former rain unto the earth. ” God Himself is coming as the former and latter rain; this rain is the rain of revival – the First Great Awakening and the Final Great Awakening are both prophesied.

The end-time revival will see both a continuation of the this mighty move and great manifestation of the Sovereignty of God: The sun darkening and the moon reddening followed by judgment on the nations and great deliverance of His people.

For more information on how to be part of a movement that helps individuals seek God and stirs the body of Christ to collectively seek God, contact ChristianNetGuide.


ChristianNetGuide is also a focal point for community action. As God’s people become better connected, there emerges both a set of shared values and a robust platform for promoting those values

ChristianNetGuide allows for the development of the church as a hyperlinked, distributed network built upon a foundation of shared values. The life the local Christian community is built upon, and governed by, consensus around foundational doctrines embedded in the statement of faith and the terms of service.

ChristianNetGuide provides an infrastructure that translates community consensus to community action. Individuals have a platform to address the local Christian community as posts are visible to that local community. ChristianNetGuide also allows for the planning of community events and events that need the support of the community. ChristianNetGuide facilitates the expression of strength in numbers provided by the local Christian community.

ChristianNetGuide is positioned to support a robust platform that represents the interests of the local Christian community. In an age where Christian face increasing hostility and politicians and corporate benefactors prove to be less than reliable, we must first trust in God and then lean on each other for support.

ChristianNetGuide is positioned to support a robust political action in a way that protect the churches from losing their tax-exempt status. ChristianNetGuide can facilitate political activism within the church that is both structured to be in compliance with the guidelines laid out in IRS publication 1828 and effective within the marketplace.

ChristianNetGuide is organized in a distributed, organic network structure allow it to facilitate any social movement and social configuration that is essential to perform actions that bring glory to God and bring liberty, deliverance and justice to those who are downtrodden

For more information how you can be part of a robust platform that represents the interests of the local Christian community, contact ChristianNetGuide.



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This model prayer was given by the Lord Jesus as a outline for our prayer life. Use this as an outline for adoration, supplications, and petitions to God

Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.

1.By Calling God as Our Father we invoke Our identity in Christ
2.By Calling God as Our Father we invoke the Covenant Relation
3.By Addressing Him in Heaven we address Him on His Throne
4.By Hallowing His name we are addressing the Divine Court in session
5.We have come to discuss both matters of family and of law. Convinced that God will always act for His glory and our good

Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

1.God's will is done instantly in Heaven.
2.From Heaven God see the entire history of the world as a done deal.
3.He has already done that which we requested.
4.Prayer is the act of petitioning God to manifest what has already been established in Heaven.
5.Let us seek God to work in history to lead events to a place where Christ can return and set up
the new Heavens and New Earth where His will is instantly and absolutely done, mentioning specific requests.

Give us this day our daily bread.

1.God owns everything.
2.God is Jejovah-jireh (our provider) Gen 22:14.
3.Literal meaning of Jireh (ra’ah) is for God to make established realities visible by conducting measurements on the wave function.
4.The eyes of the Lord travels throughout the earth to show Himself strong by collapsing wave function (QM) for those who trust in Him (2 Chr 16:9).
5. Ask Him to provide financially and give us the power to get wealth so that His covenant may be confirmed and that we can not only meet our needs but finance the work of the Kingdom (Deut 8:18).

Forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

1.Forgiveness for all has been purchased through the blood of Jesus.
2.Jesus blood has already taken away all sins past, present, and future.
3.God credits faith in Christ Jesus as our righteousness.
4.When we sin we can simply confess our sins to God, thanking Him for this already purchased forgiveness.
5.Because Christ has forgiven us, we do not hold grudges or bitterness against others. forgive them as God forgave us.

Lead us not into temptation.

1.The steps of the righteous are ordered by the Lord.
2.The eyes of the Lord seek out those who are faithful towards Him to show Himself Strong.
3.God has given us his Word, that through these promises can can partake of Christ’s nature.
4.He has given us the Holy Spirit that we might know both the things of god and commune with God.
5.Ask God to direct our paths to avoid excessive worldly entanglements and habits that encourage the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, or pride of life

Deliver us from evil.

Praying for a Hedge of Protection, Praying for God to deploy angelic support, confessing the word of God, and deploying counter-arguments against the enemy as a profession of faith.

For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever.