ACCOMMODATE CHANGE

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GREATER REALMS OF GOD’S GLORY

The Church is longing for more of God. This is a wonderful thing but it comes with a cost. The Church will have to become more flexible to accommodate the ministry of the Holy Spirit as He takes us into greater realms of His power and presence. We might not know what the Holy Spirit is going to do, but we sense He is preparing us for something wonderful and exciting (John 3:8). We simply cannot continue the way we are and expect more of God. Whilst God Himself remains ever the same, He uses change as a tool in our lives to promote growth and draw us closer to Him. This tells us that He has created us with the capacity to accommodate and live with change, even though there may be times when we prefer not to.

FLEXIBLE WINESKINS

God’s leaders are precious to Him. Without them there is not much He can do because He has graciously decided to work His plans and purposes through them. Flexibility, however, will be required of leadership to accommodate what God has planned for the Church in the times that lie ahead.

We could liken wineskins to our capacity to receive or reject the things of the Spirit in the times we live in:

Matthew 9:16-17 No one puts a piece of unshrunk cloth on an old garment; for the patch pulls away from the garment, and the tear is made worse. Nor do they put new wine into old wineskins, or else the wineskins break, the wine is spilled, and the wineskins are ruined. But they put new wine into new wineskins, and both are preserved.

Inflexibility, religious thinking and fear of man are symbolic of old wineskins, whereas an openness to the Holy Spirit and His leading will always ensure that we have the capacity to ‘contain’ the new thing He is doing in the earth. Every old wineskin once was new and had the capacity to store fresh, new wine. The tragedy of old wineskins is that they become inflexible over a period of time. It does not happen overnight, and no one really notices until it is time for the new wine.

WORK OF HOLY SPIRIT

In some instances throughout the Church world, the old wineskins have become so accustomed to the old wine that dependence on programs has progressively taken over from dependence on God. We have held the Holy Spirit under house arrest in His own dwelling with controlled meetings taking over from the spontaneity of the Holy Spirit. Worship has become polished and performance orientated at the expense of anointing. Man has subtly become the centre of our attention displacing God from His rightful position, and preaching has come to show greater sensitivity to man than God.

THINGS ARE CHANGING

The standards of righteous living and obedience to God have been lowered to the extent that truth can now look like a distortion. Many have become man-seekers instead of God-seekers. Godly standards have become strangers to the church, and the Holy Spirit is seen to be an embarrassment in front of the un-churched. All this has chronically limited our passion for worship. Thank God this situation is giving way to a powerful, refreshing change as many men and women of God, including myself, repent of their old ways and their inability to hear what the Spirit has been saying.

 

About Tom Inglis

Tom is recognised by many as an apostle of worship who carries a prophetic word that is fresh and relevant for the church today. He has travelled into many nations teaching the message of ‘worship as a lifestyle’ and is considered by many as a pioneer in this area. [Read More...]

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    1. Tom Inglis says:

      Hi

      Thank you for your comments, I appreciate it.

      I am updating my data base and wondered of you were interested in receiving my monthly Psalmody International newsletter. Here is an example of the February Newsletter (in a rough plain format) just to give you an idea of content.

      Dear Partners,
      It’s been a flying start to the year, getting the heartbeat of God for the church and also for Psalmody International. It’s a juggling act to run a church and an international ministry but I am so grateful to be able to do both. I love the church and the people but I also love to get to the nations and share the prophetic word on worship in the end times. I honesty believe, and have so for over 30 years that the message God gave me way back in 1984 is prophetic for the times we now live in.

      Your Support
      I appreciate your support very much and want to share with you what I do with it. It goes into a Psalmody International account that I use solely to pay for travel expenses when I promote Psalmody, either in Australia or overseas. I always pay my own way for overseas trips and it helps to cover the expenses. I feel it’s important for you to know that your support is going directly into the promotion of the ministry of Psalmody. There are about 12 people who support regularly and I am so grateful.

      What’s on my Heart for Australia

      a) Ministry to Aboriginal people: I recently spoke at a conference in Tasmania and there were a quite a few indigenous leaders present who really embraced the ministry. It was very encouraging as they all gathered round and prayed for me at the end of my last meeting. They said they felt God had given me a key of ‘worship lifestyle development’ that could help them. They felt it was a message that they needed to get to their communities. They love to worship but lack biblical understanding.

      I would like to explore the possibility of hosting a Psalmody Leadership training weekend in Sydney this year for Aboriginal leaders from across Australia. I would offer them a Psalmody leadership course free of charge and give them all the material they need to start a School of Worship in their communities. I have sown so of Psalmody into the nations over the years. Many of you may not know but I travelled to Australia over a dozen times between 1985 and 1996 teaching Psalmody all over the country.

      b) Seminars throughout Australia The ministry has been rebooted in South Africa with remarkable success and I would like to do the same as much as possible in Australia. I will offer seminars on Friday night/Saturday mornings, but be back in time for my church on Sunday. I know there is a great need for a biblical understanding on the subject especially in these times.

      God’s Everlasting Love
      (Psalm 103:17-18 The Message)
      Gods love, though, is ever and always, eternally present to all who fear him, Making everything right for them and their children as they follow his Covenant ways and remember to do whatever he said.

      God loves you now but it didn’t start when you got saved. So how long has He loved you? For an eternity! His love has already lasted an eternity, so we should never think it will fade. His love has travelled through eternity to get to you today. Today you are experiencing the eternal, undiluted by time, infinitely powerful, personal love of your Father –enjoy it.

      Blessings Tom

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    1. Tom Inglis says:

      Hi

      Thank you for your comments, I appreciate it.

      I am updating my data base and wondered of you were interested in receiving my monthly Psalmody International newsletter. Here is an example of the February Newsletter (in a rough plain format) just to give you an idea of content.

      Dear Partners,
      It’s been a flying start to the year, getting the heartbeat of God for the church and also for Psalmody International. It’s a juggling act to run a church and an international ministry but I am so grateful to be able to do both. I love the church and the people but I also love to get to the nations and share the prophetic word on worship in the end times. I honesty believe, and have so for over 30 years that the message God gave me way back in 1984 is prophetic for the times we now live in.

      Your Support
      I appreciate your support very much and want to share with you what I do with it. It goes into a Psalmody International account that I use solely to pay for travel expenses when I promote Psalmody, either in Australia or overseas. I always pay my own way for overseas trips and it helps to cover the expenses. I feel it’s important for you to know that your support is going directly into the promotion of the ministry of Psalmody. There are about 12 people who support regularly and I am so grateful.

      What’s on my Heart for Australia

      a) Ministry to Aboriginal people: I recently spoke at a conference in Tasmania and there were a quite a few indigenous leaders present who really embraced the ministry. It was very encouraging as they all gathered round and prayed for me at the end of my last meeting. They said they felt God had given me a key of ‘worship lifestyle development’ that could help them. They felt it was a message that they needed to get to their communities. They love to worship but lack biblical understanding.

      I would like to explore the possibility of hosting a Psalmody Leadership training weekend in Sydney this year for Aboriginal leaders from across Australia. I would offer them a Psalmody leadership course free of charge and give them all the material they need to start a School of Worship in their communities. I have sown so of Psalmody into the nations over the years. Many of you may not know but I travelled to Australia over a dozen times between 1985 and 1996 teaching Psalmody all over the country.

      b) Seminars throughout Australia The ministry has been rebooted in South Africa with remarkable success and I would like to do the same as much as possible in Australia. I will offer seminars on Friday night/Saturday mornings, but be back in time for my church on Sunday. I know there is a great need for a biblical understanding on the subject especially in these times.

      God’s Everlasting Love
      (Psalm 103:17-18 The Message)
      Gods love, though, is ever and always, eternally present to all who fear him, Making everything right for them and their children as they follow his Covenant ways and remember to do whatever he said.

      God loves you now but it didn’t start when you got saved. So how long has He loved you? For an eternity! His love has already lasted an eternity, so we should never think it will fade. His love has travelled through eternity to get to you today. Today you are experiencing the eternal, undiluted by time, infinitely powerful, personal love of your Father –enjoy it.

      Blessings Tom

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      Hi

      Thank you for your comments, I appreciate it.

      I am updating my data base and wondered of you were interested in receiving my monthly Psalmody International newsletter. Here is an example of the February Newsletter (in a rough plain format) just to give you an idea of content.

      Dear Partners,
      It’s been a flying start to the year, getting the heartbeat of God for the church and also for Psalmody International. It’s a juggling act to run a church and an international ministry but I am so grateful to be able to do both. I love the church and the people but I also love to get to the nations and share the prophetic word on worship in the end times. I honesty believe, and have so for over 30 years that the message God gave me way back in 1984 is prophetic for the times we now live in.

      Your Support
      I appreciate your support very much and want to share with you what I do with it. It goes into a Psalmody International account that I use solely to pay for travel expenses when I promote Psalmody, either in Australia or overseas. I always pay my own way for overseas trips and it helps to cover the expenses. I feel it’s important for you to know that your support is going directly into the promotion of the ministry of Psalmody. There are about 12 people who support regularly and I am so grateful.

      What’s on my Heart for Australia

      a) Ministry to Aboriginal people: I recently spoke at a conference in Tasmania and there were a quite a few indigenous leaders present who really embraced the ministry. It was very encouraging as they all gathered round and prayed for me at the end of my last meeting. They said they felt God had given me a key of ‘worship lifestyle development’ that could help them. They felt it was a message that they needed to get to their communities. They love to worship but lack biblical understanding.

      I would like to explore the possibility of hosting a Psalmody Leadership training weekend in Sydney this year for Aboriginal leaders from across Australia. I would offer them a Psalmody leadership course free of charge and give them all the material they need to start a School of Worship in their communities. I have sown so of Psalmody into the nations over the years. Many of you may not know but I travelled to Australia over a dozen times between 1985 and 1996 teaching Psalmody all over the country.

      b) Seminars throughout Australia The ministry has been rebooted in South Africa with remarkable success and I would like to do the same as much as possible in Australia. I will offer seminars on Friday night/Saturday mornings, but be back in time for my church on Sunday. I know there is a great need for a biblical understanding on the subject especially in these times.

      God’s Everlasting Love
      (Psalm 103:17-18 The Message)
      Gods love, though, is ever and always, eternally present to all who fear him, Making everything right for them and their children as they follow his Covenant ways and remember to do whatever he said.

      God loves you now but it didn’t start when you got saved. So how long has He loved you? For an eternity! His love has already lasted an eternity, so we should never think it will fade. His love has travelled through eternity to get to you today. Today you are experiencing the eternal, undiluted by time, infinitely powerful, personal love of your Father –enjoy it.

      Blessings Tom

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      Hi

      Thank you for your comments, I appreciate it.

      I am updating my data base and wondered of you were interested in receiving my monthly Psalmody International newsletter. Here is an example of the February Newsletter (in a rough plain format) just to give you an idea of content.

      Dear Partners,
      It’s been a flying start to the year, getting the heartbeat of God for the church and also for Psalmody International. It’s a juggling act to run a church and an international ministry but I am so grateful to be able to do both. I love the church and the people but I also love to get to the nations and share the prophetic word on worship in the end times. I honesty believe, and have so for over 30 years that the message God gave me way back in 1984 is prophetic for the times we now live in.

      Your Support
      I appreciate your support very much and want to share with you what I do with it. It goes into a Psalmody International account that I use solely to pay for travel expenses when I promote Psalmody, either in Australia or overseas. I always pay my own way for overseas trips and it helps to cover the expenses. I feel it’s important for you to know that your support is going directly into the promotion of the ministry of Psalmody. There are about 12 people who support regularly and I am so grateful.

      What’s on my Heart for Australia

      a) Ministry to Aboriginal people: I recently spoke at a conference in Tasmania and there were a quite a few indigenous leaders present who really embraced the ministry. It was very encouraging as they all gathered round and prayed for me at the end of my last meeting. They said they felt God had given me a key of ‘worship lifestyle development’ that could help them. They felt it was a message that they needed to get to their communities. They love to worship but lack biblical understanding.

      I would like to explore the possibility of hosting a Psalmody Leadership training weekend in Sydney this year for Aboriginal leaders from across Australia. I would offer them a Psalmody leadership course free of charge and give them all the material they need to start a School of Worship in their communities. I have sown so of Psalmody into the nations over the years. Many of you may not know but I travelled to Australia over a dozen times between 1985 and 1996 teaching Psalmody all over the country.

      b) Seminars throughout Australia The ministry has been rebooted in South Africa with remarkable success and I would like to do the same as much as possible in Australia. I will offer seminars on Friday night/Saturday mornings, but be back in time for my church on Sunday. I know there is a great need for a biblical understanding on the subject especially in these times.

      God’s Everlasting Love
      (Psalm 103:17-18 The Message)
      Gods love, though, is ever and always, eternally present to all who fear him, Making everything right for them and their children as they follow his Covenant ways and remember to do whatever he said.

      God loves you now but it didn’t start when you got saved. So how long has He loved you? For an eternity! His love has already lasted an eternity, so we should never think it will fade. His love has travelled through eternity to get to you today. Today you are experiencing the eternal, undiluted by time, infinitely powerful, personal love of your Father –enjoy it.

      Blessings Tom

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      Hi

      Thank you for your comments, I appreciate it.

      I am updating my data base and wondered of you were interested in receiving my monthly Psalmody International newsletter. Here is an example of the February Newsletter (in a rough plain format) just to give you an idea of content.

      Dear Partners,
      It’s been a flying start to the year, getting the heartbeat of God for the church and also for Psalmody International. It’s a juggling act to run a church and an international ministry but I am so grateful to be able to do both. I love the church and the people but I also love to get to the nations and share the prophetic word on worship in the end times. I honesty believe, and have so for over 30 years that the message God gave me way back in 1984 is prophetic for the times we now live in.

      Your Support
      I appreciate your support very much and want to share with you what I do with it. It goes into a Psalmody International account that I use solely to pay for travel expenses when I promote Psalmody, either in Australia or overseas. I always pay my own way for overseas trips and it helps to cover the expenses. I feel it’s important for you to know that your support is going directly into the promotion of the ministry of Psalmody. There are about 12 people who support regularly and I am so grateful.

      What’s on my Heart for Australia

      a) Ministry to Aboriginal people: I recently spoke at a conference in Tasmania and there were a quite a few indigenous leaders present who really embraced the ministry. It was very encouraging as they all gathered round and prayed for me at the end of my last meeting. They said they felt God had given me a key of ‘worship lifestyle development’ that could help them. They felt it was a message that they needed to get to their communities. They love to worship but lack biblical understanding.

      I would like to explore the possibility of hosting a Psalmody Leadership training weekend in Sydney this year for Aboriginal leaders from across Australia. I would offer them a Psalmody leadership course free of charge and give them all the material they need to start a School of Worship in their communities. I have sown so of Psalmody into the nations over the years. Many of you may not know but I travelled to Australia over a dozen times between 1985 and 1996 teaching Psalmody all over the country.

      b) Seminars throughout Australia The ministry has been rebooted in South Africa with remarkable success and I would like to do the same as much as possible in Australia. I will offer seminars on Friday night/Saturday mornings, but be back in time for my church on Sunday. I know there is a great need for a biblical understanding on the subject especially in these times.

      God’s Everlasting Love
      (Psalm 103:17-18 The Message)
      Gods love, though, is ever and always, eternally present to all who fear him, Making everything right for them and their children as they follow his Covenant ways and remember to do whatever he said.

      God loves you now but it didn’t start when you got saved. So how long has He loved you? For an eternity! His love has already lasted an eternity, so we should never think it will fade. His love has travelled through eternity to get to you today. Today you are experiencing the eternal, undiluted by time, infinitely powerful, personal love of your Father –enjoy it.

      Blessings Tom

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      Thank you for your comments, I appreciate it.

      I am updating my data base and wondered of you were interested in receiving my monthly Psalmody International newsletter. Here is an example of the February Newsletter (in a rough plain format) just to give you an idea of content.

      Dear Partners,
      It’s been a flying start to the year, getting the heartbeat of God for the church and also for Psalmody International. It’s a juggling act to run a church and an international ministry but I am so grateful to be able to do both. I love the church and the people but I also love to get to the nations and share the prophetic word on worship in the end times. I honesty believe, and have so for over 30 years that the message God gave me way back in 1984 is prophetic for the times we now live in.

      Your Support
      I appreciate your support very much and want to share with you what I do with it. It goes into a Psalmody International account that I use solely to pay for travel expenses when I promote Psalmody, either in Australia or overseas. I always pay my own way for overseas trips and it helps to cover the expenses. I feel it’s important for you to know that your support is going directly into the promotion of the ministry of Psalmody. There are about 12 people who support regularly and I am so grateful.

      What’s on my Heart for Australia

      a) Ministry to Aboriginal people: I recently spoke at a conference in Tasmania and there were a quite a few indigenous leaders present who really embraced the ministry. It was very encouraging as they all gathered round and prayed for me at the end of my last meeting. They said they felt God had given me a key of ‘worship lifestyle development’ that could help them. They felt it was a message that they needed to get to their communities. They love to worship but lack biblical understanding.

      I would like to explore the possibility of hosting a Psalmody Leadership training weekend in Sydney this year for Aboriginal leaders from across Australia. I would offer them a Psalmody leadership course free of charge and give them all the material they need to start a School of Worship in their communities. I have sown so of Psalmody into the nations over the years. Many of you may not know but I travelled to Australia over a dozen times between 1985 and 1996 teaching Psalmody all over the country.

      b) Seminars throughout Australia The ministry has been rebooted in South Africa with remarkable success and I would like to do the same as much as possible in Australia. I will offer seminars on Friday night/Saturday mornings, but be back in time for my church on Sunday. I know there is a great need for a biblical understanding on the subject especially in these times.

      God’s Everlasting Love
      (Psalm 103:17-18 The Message)
      Gods love, though, is ever and always, eternally present to all who fear him, Making everything right for them and their children as they follow his Covenant ways and remember to do whatever he said.

      God loves you now but it didn’t start when you got saved. So how long has He loved you? For an eternity! His love has already lasted an eternity, so we should never think it will fade. His love has travelled through eternity to get to you today. Today you are experiencing the eternal, undiluted by time, infinitely powerful, personal love of your Father –enjoy it.

      Blessings Tom