Tribunals: The Authority of the Ekklesia to Legislate

A tribunal is "a court of justice or any place where justice is administered." Tribunals, courts of justice, began forming across the state of Texas as the ekklesia began to step into their authority as kings and priests. Sons and daughters of the Most High God are called to legislate His decrees on earth as they were and are being decreed in heaven.

We need to position ourselves, as priests, to hear God’s voice – to be aligned with His heart – and to bring forth His kingdom as we journey through our lives. God is ordering our steps. Either we believe that, or we don’t believe it. It’s that simple. God is ordering our steps. That doesn’t give us permission to lean back and say, “God, go on and do it. I don’t even have to participate.” No, God is looking for an intimate, participating relationship with us as priests and kings, and in that participation with Him, He releases us and directs us into where we need to be going. He empowers the reign and authority of His kingdom through our obedience.

Tribunals, as the Lord has taught them to us here in Texas, are an essential aspect of how He desires us as the intercessors in the Ekklesia of Texas to release His decrees and declarations into the state and yes, into the nation...

"And I also say to you that you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build My church; and the gates of Hades will not overpower it. I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; and whatever you bind on earth shall have been bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven." Matthew 16:18-19

By: Dr. Thomas Schlueter