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How revealing that Romans 13 tells us to "fling" away the deeds of darkness and that it's high time we awoke out of our sleep. There's such a sense of urgency being communicated here. We are to be living in a different time zone now, it's called High Time or the zone of Standard High Time. Part of what this means is that we don't just "drop" the deeds of darkness but we FLING them away, so far that they can't be picked up again. So far that they can't interfere with our prayerful putting on of the armor of light. When Jesus entered the Temple to cleanse it after his triumphal entry into Jerusalem, (he rode in on a beast of "burden" and he was to bear away the burden of our sin and sickness for ever) he drove away the money changers and the commercializers, he drove them as far away as possible so that the Temple could again become a house of prayer. And the first thing that happened after that cleansing was that the sick and lame and blind came to him there in the Temple for healing. You see, he had cleared a sacred space for prayer and ministry which previously had been stolen away by a den of very busy robbers. Once that sacred space was restored healings and miracles began to occur again. The vacuum was immediately filled. Hallelujah, it is still true today when we are so jealous and zealous for the house of G-d!
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