I really enjoyed seeing the matter of God’s economy and His building during this year’s Poland Camp. During the special fellowship, we saw the matter of the pillars and the pillar-builders. Today, we need to not only be pillars, but also pillar builders.
If a pillar is unstable and falls over easily, it does not qualify to be a pillar. All pillars are immovable and strong. Today, we need to be pillars and we need to stand strong for the Lord’s economy. In Exodus, we see that the pillars in the tabernacle are 10 cubits tall. How can something that tall – 10 cubits tall – be hidden?
Today, as a young person, it is easy to be a Christian “secretly” especially amongst our friends, but saints, we want to be those who clearly stand for the Lord! We can no longer be passive as the Lord can’t use young people who are passive.
I also enjoyed that there is a need in the Lord’s recovery today for those with the highest education. In Exodus 26:1 we see that the tabernacle was built by “a skillful workman”.
Now the tabernacle you shall make with ten curtains of fine twined linen and blue and purple and scarlet strands; you shall make them with cherubim, the work of a skillful workman. Exodus 26:1
The Lord can’t use to the fullest extent those who don’t have an education, those who aren’t skilled. Therefore, He needs those who will gain the best education. We do not gain this for ourselves, but rather, after obtaining this, we need to give it all to the Lord for His plan, His building.
Sharing by sister P. T. (Dublin, Ireland), from her top enjoyment in the 2014 European Young People’s Conference in Poland (the 2014 Poland Camp). If you want to share YOUR enjoyment from this conference email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.