Show Notes for Grains from Gutteridge Podcast
#7: Waiting on the Lord
Key Bible Passage: Isaiah 40:9-31
Note especially Isaiah 40:28-31
- Waiting on the Lord is required to see true revival.
- Waiting on the Lord is the spiritual equivalent of physical renewal through eating, sleeping, etc.
- All celestial beings–angels, seraphim, cherubim–
- Derive their life and power from waiting on God
- Serve as examples of what it means to wait on God, ready at every instant to obey His commands.
- Because the rebellious spirits no longer wait on God, their power and strength are fading, so they seek to make up in cunning what they have lost in strength.
- Their greatest work in the church of God: dissuading God’s people from waiting on Him.
- The moon’s phases as a type of the church’s periods of waning and waxing in power
- Moses as an example of waiting on God (Exodus 34, esp. vv. 28-35)
- Food and drink unnecessary for forty days and nights, because he drew his life from God
- Through absorbing God and His glory, Moses’ face shone and had to be veiled. (See also 2 Corinthians 3:13-16.)
- Abiding in Jesus as a type of waiting on God (John 15:1-11)
- Scriptural examples of flying, running, and walking
More Teaching by Percy Gutteridge:
Other free audio messages by Pastor Gutteridge are available on an audio directory on his Finest of the Wheat page, while a growing collection of his books and pamphlets, and message transcriptions, is available on a similar directory on the same page.
We thank Fellowship member Brian Fettes for providing the digitization of the original cassette tape through the services of Audioanalogy Musicworks of Canada.
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