Monday, January 31, 2011

Bryan - El Camino Real de los Tejas

"Yet it was I who destroyed the Amorite before them, 
Whose height was like the height of the cedars, 
And he was as strong as the oaks; 
Yet I destroyed his fruit above 
And his roots beneath" (Amos 2:9).

The Lord had prophetically exhorted us on Saturday night - "You are heading into the hornet's nest."  He also declared according to Exodus 23:28 - "I will send hornets ahead of you so that they will drive out the Hivites, the Canaanites, and the Hittites before you."

We had been strictly commanded to pray DAILY Psalm 91 over ourselves, our families and over everyone connected in anyway with the trip.  We have done so and I admonish each reader to do so as well.

In Nacogdoches in 1832, a National Militia was formed which defeated the 300 soldiers that represented the oppressive Mexican government. And on January 14, 1836 (175 years ago) - David Crockett and his 65 volunteers signed up for the army with the provincial government of Texas.  The core team in a prophetic action of saying "yes" - signed a similar document in the Nacogdoches square.  We are IN.

We are headed down the Royal Road towards Alto, Mission Tejas and Crockett.  At the Caddoan Mounds south of Alto we witnessed a remarkable display of victory and redemption for members of the Comanche and Caddo Nations.  A spirit of death going back at least to 850 AD was broken and sent to the dry places.

At Mission Tejas we walked the original path of the El Camino Real de los Tejas.  We marked it as the Lord's royal road.  We dropped a plumb line to align it with His kingdom.  As we finished our stay at the Mission we saw a stone inlay of a Cedar tree in the flooring of the mission.  We had placed, unaware at the time, the Yeshua cornerstone on the roots of that tree (entrance to Mission Tejas).  The Lord declared to us that as we exited the chapel we were gong into the next assignment but we were also heading to the strong roots of iniquity in Texas.

Worship again, led by the IHOP team from College Station, was awesome.  Our offerings for Roma have exceeded all expectations.  The attendees all signed up for the army of Texas as well.  We received the above passage from Amos as a confirmation and assignment from the Lord.  Our first assignment on the trail this morning takes us into Caldwell - the home of the hornets.


We end tonight in San Marcos.  See you there!

Worship Site: MAP
The Meeting Place
400 CM Allen Parkway
San Marcos, TX 78666
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