Serving Notice, Saying, “NOT TODAY!”









Today’s selected reading continues in the Old Testament prophetic book of Ezekiel, and more specifically, is found in the first twenty-one verses of the thirty-sixth chapter. This particular chapter within the Old Testament prophetic book of Ezekiel opens up and begins with Ezekiel—he who was referred to time and time again as “son of man”—being instructed by the Lord of hosts to prophesy unto the mountains of Israel. There was something specific—there was something timely—the Lord of hosts desired to speak unto and concerning the mountains which were in the land of Israel. Within the first verse we discover the target audience to whom the prophet Ezekiel was to speak, for the prophet was instructed to speak unto each and every mountain that was present within the land of Israel. Perhaps one of the most interesting realities concerning the prophetic ministry of Ezekiel is that he wasn’t a prophet who experience the prophetic word of the Lord coming unto him while he was living within the inheritance among the people of God. If you take the time to read the prophetic book of Ezekiel you will quickly discover that Ezekiel sat among the captives which were by the river Chebar. When the prophetic book of Ezekiel opens, it doesn’t open within the comfort and security of the inheritance, but within a strange and foreign land that wasn’t that which was promised unto the children of Israel. Ezekiel was a priest of the Lord who was removed from the land of the inheritance—removed from ministry and service within the very Temple of the Lord—and who sat among the captives which found themselves sitting by the rivers of Babylon. The prophetic ministry of Ezekiel wasn’t one that took place within the inheritance and in the place of promise and blessing, but within a strange and foreign land of captivity and exile. How absolutely incredible it is that while Ezekiel was ordained to speak as an oracle and prophet of the Lord within exile and captivity, the Lord of hosts still had somewhat and something to say concerning the inheritance. Although the land lie desolate, although the Temple of the Lord lie in complete ruin and rubble, and although the people of God were either cut off by the sword, pestilence or sword, or carried away captive by the Chaldeans, the Lord had not forgotten, nor had He forsaken the land which He swore on oath to Abraham, to Isaac and to Jacob. If there is one thing we must firmly acknowledge and come to terms with when reading the prophetic book of Ezekiel, it’s that Ezekiel was one who sat among the captives in exile, yet who not only prophesied concerning those in exile, but also concerning the land which they were forcefully removed and carried away from.

 The prophet Ezekiel—although he sat and dwelt among the captives in exile and captivity—was still very much connected to the land from which he had been carried away as a captive. Although he indeed sat by the rivers of Babylon—perhaps even as he wept at times with those who wept by the rivers—the word of the Lord still came to him concerning the inheritance and possession which belonged to the children of Israel. Although the prophet Ezekiel sat and dwelt among the captives who now found themselves in a strange and foreign land that wasn’t their own, the word of the Lord still came unto him concerning the land that now lie behind them. One of the most intriguing realities concerning the prophetic ministry of Ezekiel is that through and according to the prophetic word and ministry released unto and through him, the Lord was still revealing the tremendous connection that still existed between the people and the land. What’s more, is that you almost get the sense that through the prophet Ezekiel the Lord was encouraging those who lived and dwelt in the land of captivity and exile to not forget the land from which they were removed. There are indeed two specific passages of Scripture that come to my mind which I believe confirm this reality even more. The first is found in the Old Testament book of the Psalms, while the second is found in the prophetic book of Daniel. The passage that is found in the Old Testament book of the Psalms is found in the one-hundred and thirty-seventh chapter, and actually covers and encompasses the entire chapter. Consider if you will how the chapter begins and opens up—“By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. We hanged our harps upon the willows in the midst thereof. For there they that carried us away captive required of us a song; and they that wasted us required of us mirth, saying, Sin us one of the songs of Zion. How shall we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land?” (Psalm 137:1-4). Within the first four verses of this passage we find a captive and exiled people sitting by the rivers of Babylon, and there by those rivers weeping—weeping because they remembered Zion. Those who sat by the rivers of Babylon—perhaps by the river Chebar with Ezekiel—wept when they remembered Zion. Not only did those who sat by the rivers of Babylon weep because they remembered Zion, but they were also asked to sing unto and before their captors one of the songs of Zion. In essence—not only was their the memory and remembrance of Zion, but there was also the demand for but one of the songs of Zion to be sung before and in the presence of their captors.

 What I would like to draw your attention to within this particular of Scripture, however, is not necessarily what we read within the first four verses, but what we read in verses five and six. In the fifth and sixth verses of this particular chapter we read these words concerning those who sat by the rivers and wept, those who hung their harps up, and those who couldn’t sing the songs of Zion in a strange land—“IF I forget thee, O Jerusalem, Let my right hand forget her cunning. If I do not remember thee, let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth; if I prefer not Jerusalem above my chief joy” (Psalm 137:5-6). Please don’t miss the significance and importance of these verses, and the words contained within them, for within these verses we uncover a powerful reality concerning the lives of those who sat as captives and exiles within a strange and foreign land. Within the fifth and sixth verses we find the author of this particular chapter declaring and speaking out that if he ever forgot Jerusalem, let their right hand forget her cunning. In the sixth verse, we find the same author declaring that if they did not remember Jerusalem, let their tongue to the roof of their mouth. What is so absolutely incredible and truly remarkable is what we read in the sixth verse, for within the sixth verse, the author of this passage of Scripture speaks of preferring Jerusalem above their chief joy. Why? Why did not this particular individual want to forget Jerusalem? Why did not this particular one refuse to forget the city of Jerusalem within the land of Judah? What was it about the city of Jerusalem that caused this particular individual to ask that their right hand forget its cunning, and their tongue cleave to the roof of their mouth. Aside from the fact that the city of Jerusalem was the city of David which was founded, built and established upon mount Zion, the city of Jerusalem was the place of the throne of David, as well as the Temple of Solomon. The city of Jerusalem was the very seat and symbol of the authority, the dominion, the government, the strength and might of the Lord of hosts within the earth. The throne of David which rested in the midst of the city of Jerusalem was the very symbol of the authority and dominion of heaven which was established upon the face of the earth. It was from the throne of David in the midst of the city of Jerusalem that the law of the Lord was to flow forth into and among all the nations, lands and peoples of the earth. The throne of David not only represented the authority, the government and the dominion of heaven upon earth, but it also represented the law of heaven within and upon the earth. It would be from the throne of David that the king would rule the nations of the earth, and govern according to the law of the Lord which was to be before their eyes and within their heart.

 With that being said, the city of Jerusalem was also the very seat and symbol of the glory and presence of the Lord upon the earth. It was within the city of Jerusalem that we find the Temple of Solomon resting upon mount Moriah. It was within the Temple of Solomon that we find the courts of the Lord, and it was within those courts of the Lord that we also find the altar of burnt offering and sacrifice, as well as the bronze basin. It was within the Temple of Solomon that we found the golden lamp stand, the table of shewbread, as well as the altar of burnt incense. [As a side note—isn’t it interesting that before we can offer a sacrifice and offering of incense we must first present sacrifice and offering of death upon the altar. How many times do we attempt to offer up incense before we attempt to offer up what the Lord describes as a fragrant aroma of death. THE FRAGRANT AROMA OF DEATH! Who would actually think that death could be a fragrant aroma within the earth, and especially within the nostrils of the Lord. “…and the priest shall bring it all, and burn it upon the altar: it is a burnt sacrifice, an offering made by fire, of a sweet savour unto the Lord” (Leviticus 1:13). “…and the priest shall burn it upon the altar, upon the wood that is upon the fire: it is a burnt sacrifice, an offering made by fire, of a sweet savour unto the Lord” (Leviticus 1:17). This particular verse is quoted at least four more times within the next verse, which is actually quite interesting, for it means that before the scent and aroma of incense within the Temple was ever offered or raised toward heaven, the aroma of death would first be smelt. I would dare say that we spend far too much time seeking to offer up the aroma of incense before and unto the Lord without, apart from, and perhaps even before we first offer up the aroma of death, which the Lord describes as a sweet savor before and unto Him. Oh how many there are within the house of the Lord who view themselves as “experts” in offering up incense before the Lord, yet are absolute novices, amateurs and rookies when it comes to offering up the aroma of death. I would dare say that the aroma of incense is much easier—and even much less messy—than the aroma and sweet savor of death which is offered from and upon the altar of burnt offering. There is no death that is required when seeking to offer incense before the Lord, which is why I believe countless men and women tend to gravitate toward the altar of incense before they approach and come near the altar of burnt offering. BEFORE I OFFER THE AROMA OF INCENSE I WILL FIRST OFFER THE AROMA OF DEATH! BEFORE I COME TO THE ALTAR OF INCENSE I WILL FIRST COME NEAR THE ALTAR OF BURNT OFFERING! Notice that in the pattern and outline of both the Tabernacle and the Temple, we find this—altar, altar, ark. How many times do we seek to start with and at the ark without even thinking of coming near the altar of burnt sacrifice, or even the altar of incense? The Spirit of the Lord was very specific and very particular when it came to the pattern of the Tabernacle, for it was the outline and pattern of the Tabernacle that would be used within the design of the Temple itself. Oh that we would recognize that before there can ever be the fragrant aroma of incense before and unto the Lord, there must first be the sweet savor and aroma of death that is offered first].

 Those who sat by the rivers of Babylon wept when they remembered Zion, for within the city of Zion was the Temple of Solomon, which was the very symbol of the glory and presence of the Lord. It was there within the Temple of Solomon that the Ark of the Covenant of the Lord their God rested and resided, and it was there in the courts of the Temple of the Lord they could worship before their God. The author of this particular passage of Scripture did not, could not, and would not forget or fail to remember Jerusalem, for within Jerusalem was the very seat and symbols of the glory and presence of the Lord. Within Jerusalem was that one single place within the earth where men and women from every nation, every tribe, every language, every tongue could come before the Lord with their offerings and present them as a sacrifice unto the Lord. Perhaps one of the greatest questions that I can’t help but find myself asking is how many of us are living in a place where were forget Jerusalem. Oh, we may not forget the physical and actual city of Jerusalem that exists in the earth today, but we forget that place where the glory and the presence of the Lord is found. We forget that place where the fire of the Lord comes down from heaven upon the altar and consumes the sacrifices we bring before and unto the Lord. We forget that place which represents the dominion, the government, the authority of the Lord of hosts. Oh, I would dare say that to forget Jerusalem is to attempt to live one’s life separate from, without and apart from the glory and presence of the Lord. To forget Jerusalem is to make an attempt to live one’s life separate and apart from the reality of the authority, the dominion, and the government of the Lord of hostsThe author of this particular chapter within the Old Testament book of Psalms did not, could not, and would not forget to remember the city of Jerusalem, for it was there within the city of Jerusalem that we not only find the seat of the authority, dominion and government of the Lord, but also the seat of His glory and His presence within and upon the earth. It was there within and from Jerusalem that the law of the Lord would go forth among the nations, as the priests and the king himself would minister and rule according to the law of the Lord. Please don’t miss this, for not only was the king of the nation supposed to rule and reign according to the law of the Lord, but also the priests of the Lord were to minister according to the law of the Lord. The law of the Lord should have been found upon the lips and within the lives and ministry of the priests of the Lord, and the law of the Lord should have been found in how the king who sat upon the throne ruled and reigned in the midst of the earth. Let us not forget this fact or reality, for it carries with it a tremendous prophetic word and warning to us within this generation in these last Days.

 The second passage that helps confirm this reality of remembering Jerusalem and not forgetting or forsaking her is found in the Old Testament prophetic book of Daniel. Within the sixth chapter of the prophetic book of Daniel we find certain rulers within the Medo-Persian empire seeking to cut off Daniel from their midst. There were rulers within the empire who were threatened and intimidated by Daniel, and as a result of this reality within their lives, they sought to find a way to cut him off. The way they were going to accomplish this was to manipulate the king to issue a decree that anyone who made any petition unto any one other than the king himself would be cast into the lion’s den. Their whole play was to manipulate the king in order that they might successfully cut off and remove Daniel from the face of the earth. What I find to be absolutely incredible and amazing is what we read beginning with the tenth verse in the sixth chapter of this prophetic book, for within this particular passage of Scripture, we find Daniel’s response to the decree which was put into writing. “Now when Daniel knew that the writing was signed, he went into his house; and his windows being open in his chamber TOWARD JERUSALEM, he kneeled upon his. Knees three times a day, and prayed, and gave thanks before his God, as he did aforetime” (Daniel 6:10). Please don’t miss those two words which I have capitalized, for those two word reveal something absolutely incredible concerning Daniel as he dwelt in a strange and foreign land. Despite the fact that Darius had issued a ridiculous decree, Daniel continued to go into his house, with the windows being opened within his chamber toward Jerusalem. It’s worth noting and pointing out that his windows were open toward Jerusalem, for when Daniel knelt before the Lord, and prayed, and gave thanks unto the Lord his God, he directed his gaze, his attention, and his focus toward the city of Jerusalem. Daniel refused to forget the city of Jerusalem, and each time he prayed, he did so kneeling before the Lord his God and facing the city of Jerusalem. Now, I am not saying that when we kneel before the Lord we need to kneel before Him facing the city of Jerusalem. I don’t want anyone thinking that I am somehow suggesting that we need to kneel, and worship, and pray toward Jerusalem. There is, however, something to be said about Daniel’s praying toward Jerusalem, for his prayers displayed a refusal to forget the city which he undoubtedly loved and cherished. What’s more, is that his praying toward Jerusalem actually fulfills and is the practicing of words which Solomon spoke unto the Lord at the dedication of the Temple—“If thy people go out to war against their enemies but the way that thou shalt send them, and they pray unto thee toward this city which thou hast chosen, and the house which I have built for thy name; then hear thou from the heavens their prayer and their supplication, and maintain their cause. If they sin against thee, (for there is no man which sinneth not,) and thou be angry with them, and deliver them over before their enemies, and they carry them away captives unto a land far off or near; yet if they bethink themselves in the land whither they are carried captive, and turn and pray unto thee in the land of their captivity, saying, We have sinned, we have done amiss, and have dealt wickedly; if they return to thee with all their heart and with all their soul in the land of their captivity, whither they have carried them captives, and pray toward their land, which thou graves unto their fathers, and toward the city which thou hast chosen, and toward the house which I have built for thy name: then hear thou from the heavens, even from thy dwelling place, their prayer and their supplications, and maintain their cause, and forgive thy people which have sinned against thee” (2 Chronicles 6:34-39).

 The words which Solomon spoke unto the Lord not only revealed the reality of praying toward the land of inheritance, but also toward the city where the Lord had placed His holy name, and the house which Solomon had built for and unto the Lord. What’s so interesting about Daniel’s kneeling before the Lord, praying and giving thanks before the Lord with his windows open toward Jerusalem, is that Jerusalem was lying completely desolate within the earth. The enemy and adversary had invaded the city, had broken down the wall, had broken the gates, and had destroyed the Temple with fire. This reality is expressed in another chapter within the Old Testament book of the Psalms—“O God, the heathen are come into thine inheritance; thy hold temple have they defiled; they have laid Jerusalem on heaps. The dead bodies of thy servants have they given to be meat unto the fowls of the heaven, the flesh of thy saints unto the beats of the earth. Their blood have they shed like water. Round about Jerusalem; and there was none to bury them. We are become a reproach to our neighbours, a scorn and derision to them that are found about us. How long, Lord? Wilt thou be angry for ever? Shall thy jealousy burn like fire? Pour out thy wrath upon the heathen that have not known thee, and upon the kingdoms that have not called upon thy name. For they have devoured Jacob, and laid waste his dwelling place” (Psalm 79:1-8). This reality is also seen in the seventy-fourth chapter of the book of the Psalms, which is another psalm written by Asaph—“O God, why hast thou cast us off for ever? Why doth thine anger smoke against the sheep of thy pasture? Remember thy congregation, which thou hast purchased of old; the rod of thine inheritance, which thou hast redeemed; this mount Zion, wherein thou hast dwelt. Lift up thy feet unto the perpetual desolations; even all that the enemy hath done wickedly in the sanctuary. Thine enemies roar in the midst of thy congregations; they set up their ensigns for signs. A man was famous according as he had lifted up axes upon the thick trees. But now they break down the carved work thereof at once with axes and hammers. They have cast fire into thy sanctuary, they have defiled by casting down the dwelling place of thy name to the ground. They said in their hearts, Let us destroy them together: they have burned up all the synagogues of God in the land. We see not our signs: there is no more any prophet: neither is there among us any that knoweth how long. O God, how long shall the adversary reproach? Shall the enemy blaspheme thy name forever? Why withdrawest thou thy hand, even thy right hand? Pluck it out of thy Boston. For God is my King of old, working salvation in the midst of the earth” (Psalm 74:1-12).

 When Daniel knelt before the Lord with his windows open toward Jerusalem, he was praying toward a city that had been devastated by the enemy and adversary. The enemy and adversary had invaded the inheritance of the people of God and had captured all the fortified cities of the land. The adversary had cut off a number of men, women, and perhaps even children by the sword. The enemy and adversary had laid siege to the city of Jerusalem, and was eventually able to enter into the city, as the city was broken up because of a famine that had seized it. The enemy and adversary had caused a breach to be made in the wall of the city, and entered straightway into the city. Ultimately, the enemy cast fire into the sanctuary of the Lord of hosts, and burned it to the ground. When the enemy and adversary departed from the land, the sanctuary of the Lord lie in a complete pile of ruin and rubble, all the prominent houses were destroyed, the wall was broken through, and the gates were broken down. When Daniel prayed toward Jerusalem, he was praying toward a place that was presently lying in desolating, ruin and waste. Even with that being said, however, I am convinced one of the main reasons Daniel prayed toward Jerusalem was because of the words which Solomon spoke concerning praying toward the land, praying toward the city, and praying toward the sanctuary and Temple of the Lord of hosts. Daniel prayed toward Jerusalem, for Daniel believed within his heart that the day would come when Jerusalem would be restored by the hand and power of the Lord. This being done before Daniel discerned according to the words written by the prophet Jeremiah that seventy years had been decreed for the captivity and exile of the children of Israel. Daniel prayed unto the city of Jerusalem, for his heart refused to forget or fail to remember the city of the great King of all kings. Daniel remembered the splendor and majesty that surrounded the city of Jerusalem, and continued to turn his face toward the city. Daniels’ habit of prayer is an incredibly powerful testimony concerning his refusal to forget the city of the great King of kings, and his willingness to keep Jerusalem ever before him—even in a strange and foreign land. Daniels’ heart, his soul, his mind refused to let go of, forsake, and even reject the city of the great King, and he continued to keep the city of the great King ever and always before his face. We would do well to consider the actions of Daniel within this passage, and even the writings of the psalmist, for there is something to be said about remembering the city of the great King, and even Scripture instructs and encourages us to “pray for the peace of Jerusalem.”

 The word of the Lord came again unto the prophet Ezekiel instructing him to prophesy unto the mountains of Israel, and call for the mountains of Israel to hear the word of the Lord. The word of the Lord came forth concerning the mountains of Israel, for the enemy had said against those mountains, “Aha, even the ancient high places are ours in possession.” Within this passage, the Lord doesn’t merely address the mountains of Israel within the beautiful land, but the Lord addresses the taunt and jeers of the enemy concerning the land. The enemy and adversary declared that the ancient high places were theirs for a possession, as the people of God were carried away captive and removed from the land. When you come to the third verse of this particular chapter, you will find the Lord declaring that “because they [the enemy] have made you [the mountains of Israel] desolate, and swallowed you up on every side, that ye might be a possession unto the residue of the heathen, and ye are taken up in the lips of talkers, and are an infamy of the people, therefore, ye mountains of Israel, hear the word of the Lord God; Thus saith the Lord God to the mountains and to the hills, to the rivers, and to the valleys, to the desolate wastes, and the cities that are forsaken, which became a pray and derision to the residue of the heathen that are found about; therfore thus saith the Lord God; Surely in the fire of my jealousy have I spoken against the residue of the heathen, and against all Idumea, which have appointed my land into their possession with the joy of all their heart, with despiteful minds, to cast it out for a prey.” Through the prophet Ezekiel, the Lord first speaks directly to, and addressed the taunting, the jeering, and even the claims the enemy and adversary laid and placed upon the mountains of Israel. Not only had the enemy entered into and invaded the land, thus causing it to become desolate and waste, but the residue of the heathen thought they could seize control of the inheritance and take it unto themselves as a possession. When I read the words which the prophet Ezekiel declared in this passage, I can’t help but here within my spirit these two words—“NOT TODAY!” If there is one thing this particular passage reveals, it’s that despite the fact that the land of Israel’s inheritance and possession was lying desolate and wasted, the heathen had no claim to the land. THIS LAND IS RESERVED! THESE MOUNTAINS ARE RESERVED! THESE HILLS ARE RESERVED! THESE RIVERS ARE RESERVED! THESE VALLEYS ARE RESERVED! Not only do I hear in my spirit the words “Not today,” but I also hear the word “reserved.”

 When I read this particular passage of Scripture, I can’t help but find two distinct declarations being issued by the Lord of hosts. The first declaration was a declaration unto the enemy and adversary declaring unto them that the land was and had been reserved by the Lord. Despite the attempts of countless heathen nations and people seeking to take possession of and lay hold of the land for themselves, the land was and had been reserved for the Lord. Even when the Canaanites were living and dwelling in the land while the children of Israel lived as slaves in the land of Egypt, and then wandered in the wilderness, the land was and had been reserved by the Lord. Oh, please don’t miss this reality, for there might very well be something, or perhaps even many things within your life which the enemy has attempted to lay hold of, seize, and claim for and as his possession. You might be thinking, and even believing within your heart and soul that the end has come, and that there is absolutely no hope. I believe the Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is speaking unto a number of men and women today, and declaring unto them that their inheritance is, was and will continue to be reserved. Despite the fact that the children of Israel dwelt as captives and exiles in a strange and foreign land for seventy years, the land that was rightfully theirs according to possession and inheritance would be and was reserved for them by the Lord of hosts. The Spirit of the Lord is emphatically and boldly declaring unto the enemies within your life, saying, “Not today!” You can’t take possession of their inheritance today! You can’t take possession of their land today! You can’t take possession of their calling today! You can’t occupy their home today! You have no claim over their marriage, their children, or their family today. The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is declaring unto His people that He has absolutely everything under control, and that everything that is theirs according to possession and inheritance is, was and has been reserved for them. RESERVED FOR A RETURN! Oh, you might find yourself outside of and separated from the inheritance and possession the Lord had promised and given unto you, but that inheritance and possession has been reserved for your return. Not only is your inheritance and possession being reserved for your return, but also for your release from that which has held you captive in a strange and foreign place. What’s more, is that with that being said, I believe there are a number of men and women whom the Spirit of the Lord is encouraging and instructing to declare to the enemy and adversary, saying, “Not today!” The Spirit of the Lord is declaring unto countless men and women that they need to stand and face their enemies and adversaries and declare unto them that their inheritance and possession is and has been reserved by the Lord of hosts.

 I conclude and leave you with the words of a song written by and released on Hillsong United’s latest album Wonder—the title of the song being “Not Today.” “Trouble won’t throw me, won’t break me, won’t scare me no more. Fear must have thought I was faithless when it came for my heart. Cause I got a song that will never die. I know your love is the reason why. I’ll sing the night into the morning. I’ll sing the fear into your praise. I’ll sing my soul into your presence. Whenever I say your name, let the devil know not today. Tell me did the enemy panic as you took up that cross. Tell me did the darkness cry mercy as you rolled back that rock. Cause I know your life is the life in mine. I know your love is the reason why. I’ll sing the night into the morning. I’ll sing the fear into your praise. I’ll sing my soul into your presence. Whenever I say your name, let the devil know not today. Whenever I say your name Jesus, let the devil know not today. Not now, not ever again. Your love stood down death, crushed the devil’s head. Fear is just a liar running out of breath. The fight beneath your feet I’m standing on Jesus’ name. So let the devil know not today. Let the devil know not today. No, no. Not now, not ever again, Jesus. Let the devil know not today.” DEAR BROTHER, DEAR SISTER—LET THE DEVIL KNOW NOT TODAY! DEAR BROTHER, DEAR SISTER, TELL THE ADVERSARY OF YOUR INHERITANCE, THIS IS RESERVED! Let us this day serve the enemy and adversary a firm and resolute eviction notice, declaring unto the enemy that he has had his way and stay for far too long now. Tell me—are you willing to rise up and declare to the enemy today, saying, “Not today?” Oh that we would possess the courage and the boldness to be able to emphatically declare unto the enemy and adversary, saying, “Not today!”

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