Pinecrest Bible Training Center

John 12:24 Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone.

Beginning in 2008 the vision and bible school that God so graciously gave Wade Taylor beginning in 1968 came to an abrupt end, falling into the ground and dying.

We now wait for God to raise up and bring forth His seed of promise in another, that the vision fail not.

Summer 2000
The Daughters of Zion Await Your Appearing
Jennifer Hyde
PC Student

There are those who are wholly surrendered to the Lord and have tasted of His glory. But there are all too few who have caught a glimpse of the Lord’s glory in this dimension.

Once a person has tasted, they will never be the same, as a hunger for more will have been birthed within them. They thirst and pant after His love and glory to the extent that nothing else will satisfy. They will make whatever sacrifice that it takes to keep the oil flowing in their lamps, so as not to miss their Bridegroom when He comes.

To these, the Lord will reveal just enough of His glory for one to taste, and then withdraw Himself. In the Song of Solomon, He did this when He put His hand within the hole in the door, and then left. The Bride could smell the awesome fragrance that lingered, which caused her to not rest until she found Him.

Moses was only able to see the back parts of the Lord when he asked to see His glory. The day will soon come when we will see His face, which is the fullness of His glory. If the fading glory was so incredible, which Moses saw under the law, who could imagine the glory on the Lord’s face in this, the time of His return. There is a glory coming which will not fade away, but will forever increase.

There are those who will cry out like Mary, “Be it unto me according to Your word.” Because that which we presently are able to taste has not yet come to its fullness, it creates a conception of desire within the hearts of those who hunger for this glory. Zion is travailing, and she will bring forth.

A nation that the Lord Himself will inhabit, shall be born in a day. This will be the dwelling place for the glory of God. But someone must be willing to carry this intercessory burden, until Zion is birthed and the glory of the Lord is revealed, so that all flesh will see Him, and know that He is God.

Intercession is more than prayer and is often linked with travail. It is a position that one has taken of standing in the gap. Even as Simeon and Anna stood between two ages, there are believers today who are standing in the gap between two ages.

They have touched the glory of the Lord in part, but they are yearning and waiting for it to come into its fullness.

“Arise, shine; for your light is come, and the glory
of the LORD is risen upon you. For, behold, the
darkness shall cover the earth, and gross darkness
the people: but the LORD shall arise upon you, and
His glory shall be seen upon you. And the Gentiles
shall come to your light, and kings to the brightness
of your rising.” Isa 60:1-3.


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