Rhema Word for today: Psalm 139

God’s Perfect Knowledge of Man

1 O LORD, You have searched me and known me.
2 You know my sitting down and my rising up;
You understand my thought afar off.
3 You comprehend my path and my lying down,
And are acquainted with all my ways.
4 For there is not a word on my tongue,
But behold, O LORD, You know it altogether.
5 You have hedged me behind and before,
And laid Your hand upon me.
6 Such knowledge is too wonderful for me;
It is high, I cannot attain it.
7 Where can I go from Your Spirit?
Or where can I flee from Your presence?
8 If I ascend into heaven, You are there;
If I make my bed in hell, behold, You are there.
9 If I take the wings of the morning,
And dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea,
10 Even there Your hand shall lead me,
And Your right hand shall hold me.
11 If I say, “Surely the darkness shall fall[a] on me,”
Even the night shall be light about me;
12 Indeed, the darkness shall not hide from You,
But the night shines as the day;
The darkness and the light are both alike to You.
13 For You formed my inward parts;
You covered me in my mother’s womb.
14 I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made;[b]
Marvelous are Your works,
And that my soul knows very well.
15 My frame was not hidden from You,
When I was made in secret,
And skillfully wrought in the lowest parts of the earth.
16 Your eyes saw my substance, being yet unformed.
And in Your book they all were written,
The days fashioned for me,
When as yet there were none of them.
17 How precious also are Your thoughts to me, O God!
How great is the sum of them!
18 If I should count them, they would be more in number than the sand;
When I awake, I am still with You.
19 Oh, that You would slay the wicked, O God!
Depart from me, therefore, you bloodthirsty men.
20 For they speak against You wickedly;
Your enemies take Your name in vain.[c]
21 Do I not hate them, O LORD, who hate You?
And do I not loathe those who rise up against You?
22 I hate them with perfect hatred;
I count them my enemies.
23 Search me, O God, and know my heart;
Try me, and know my anxieties;
24 And see if there is any wicked way in me,
And lead me in the way everlasting.

To God be the glory!

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REVEALED TRUTH

Hallelujah! Thank you Lord Jesus for this great testimony of Fatimah. I’m so blessed! I could relate well to her testimony to the times (many times) You had physically healed me of my illnesses (rheumatic heart disease, migraine, vertigo, hepatitis A, anemia, depression, acute gastroenteritis) in the past by your divine and supernatural power.

I repent of my sin when I attempted to commit suicide twice in my teenage life.  I even tested you  many times when I was a child to know if you really exist. But, you are faithful. You showed Yourself to me with LOVE, GRACE and COMPASSION….and supernaturally not just through dreams and visions but through Your words in the Bible by continually revealing yourself day by day.

And, I thank you for working to the lives of all other people who don’t know you yet, and continually revealing Yourself to those who had accepted you so that to them You’ll be fully known.

To God be the glory!

The Bible…

bible

#Wow I learned a lot today!

READ the bible to be WISE..
BELIEVE the bible to be SAFE..
and PRACTICE the bible to be HOLY!

The bible contains light to direct you, food to support you, and comfort to cheer you. The bible is traveler’s map, the pilgrim’s staff, the pilot’s compass, the soldier’s sword and the Christians’ charter.

In the bible, paradise is restored, heaven is opened, and the gates of hell are closed. Christ is its grand subject, our good design, and the glory of God to its end.

The bible should fill the memory, rule the heart, and the guide the feet. Read it slowly, frequently and prayerfully.

Read the bible through,
pray the bible in,
give the bible out,
pass the bible on. — Dr. Fensenfeld

to God be the glory!

How FAITH works

I had been stranded in the book of Hebrews last week, particularly in a topic about faith. Then it’s a perfect timing how I coincidentally checked on one of Joyce Meyer’s preaching about “How faith works”

I found the ‘topic’ so practical and so I’d love to share it to you, just in case you prefer to read than watch and listen for long hours and just wanted to get the main points instead.

Here it is…

  1. Life point: If you ever want to see your faith work; you’re going to have to totally give up self pity. Anything not done by faith is a sin. Worry is a sin. Doubting is a sin.

Philippians 4:6-7 says, “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.”

 

  1. Patience is how we act or behave while we wait.

You can wait with expectation. You can wait with a good conversation. You can wait and spend your time being a blessing to somebody else. That’s a cool thing to do. But if you’re like “I can’t do this anymore…I’m just going to quit…what took it so long? I’m going to give up…this is not working…” then you can start all over again.

Hebrews 6:15 says, “And so after waiting patiently, Abraham received what was promised.”

Abraham waited 20 years…Joseph was imprisoned for 13 years or something when he didn’t do wrong. It’s fun when you’re having a dream. Joseph had a dream. He got all excited. He shut his mouth off to his brothers, got into a little pride saying “he he…You’re going to bow down to me.”

Do you need a trip somewhere on the backside and nowhere? Does somebody right now in the wilderness of your life and riding on or not and working some junk in you that needs to come out before you’ll going to be ready to have what God has promise you?

  1. You need to learn to enjoy where you’re at on the way where you’re going.
  1. Faith only works and is energize by love. What kind of a love walk do you have? How much do you study love? How well do you know the Scripture on love? How do you treat people? How many people are you mad at?

Galatians 5:6 says, “For in Christ Jesus neither circumcision nor uncircumcision has any value. The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love.”

Paul was a little fed up with the Galatians who were always talking about circumcision, not circumcised, I’m better than you because  I’m circumcised, you need to be circumcised…

a. Paul said, “Quit being so neat picky about the rules and regulations of religion and just get busy loving each other.”

It’s ridiculous the way different denominations fight, neat pick and shut each other out because we all don’t believe exactly the same way. So who’s right? None of us is 100 % right. Not me, not you, not anybody else. We’re all doing the best we can for where we’re at.

 b. The fruit of our lives is more important than anything else. Paul said “just get busy loving each other because faith only works and is energize by love.”

  1. Faith is always at rest.

Mark 11:22-25 says, “Have faith in God,” Jesus answered. “I tell you the truth, if anyone say to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and does not doubt in his heart but believes that what he says will happen, it will be done for him. Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believed that you have received it, and it will be yours. And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive him, so that your Father in heaven may forgive you your sins.”

Hebrews 4:3 says, “Now we who have believed enter that rest, just as God has said, ‘So I declared on oath in my anger, ‘They shall never enter my rest.’ And yet His work has been finished since the creation of the world.”

 

  1. Faith needs to be released. It’s a force that’s in your spirit. There was a time in my life when I was only released in my faith for the forgiveness of my sins and to go to heaven someday when I die. I wasn’t releasing my faith in any other areas. I’m not releasing my faith to overcome or to be healed from my abusive past. I wasn’t releasing my faith to do anything for God or to be use by God. I wasn’t releasing my faith for finances. We just barely got by all the time.
  1. Faith always brings results.

Luke 7:50 says, “Jesus said to the woman, ‘Your faith has saved you; go in peace.”

Luke 17:19 says, “Then He said to him, ‘Rise and go; your faith has made you well.”

If you need to take medicine or if you need to go to the doctor but don’t do anything without trusting God to bring healing in your life, I don’t believe there’s any medicine or any doctor that can help us if we don’t have our faith in God to make it work. Jesus is our healer. There’s no healing apart from God. Even the wisdom of medical profession has today, they got it from God and its good thing that He gave it to them or we’ll all be dead. I wouldn’t go to a doctor without praying which one to go to. Don’t take that medicine without praying to God to bless it and anoint it and make it work.

  1. Above all, trust God for healing because even when medicine or man can’t do it, God can still heal you. He’s still a miracle working God.
  1. Faith protects us from the fiery darts of the enemy.

Ephesians 6:16 says, “In addition to all this, take up the shield of faith, with which you can extinguish all the flaming arrows of the evil one.”

 

10. We receive all of God’s blessings through faith. We’re made right, justified, sanctified, forgiven, redeemed by faith.

11.We do great things for God by faith.

READ: Hebrews 11: 7-31

 12. Faith grows and increases as you use it.

 13. We do things by faith and there’s always a reward.

 14. Faith has to fight.

 1 Timothy 6:12 says, “Fight the good fight of faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called when you made your good confession in the presence of many witnesses.”

1 Peter 5:9 says, “Resist the devil, standing firm in the faith, because you know that your brothers throughout the world are undergoing the same kind of sufferings.”

 

Luke 10:19 says, “I have given you authority to trample on snakes and scorpions and to overcome all the power of the enemy; nothing will harm you.”

You have power and authority over all the power the enemy possesses. The devil only has power, but you have power and authority. The only authority he has is what you give in.

 15. Faith is the only thing that conquers fear.

Fear is so prevalent in the world today. The bible says that in the last days, men’s heart will fail them for fear. Many Christians are so afraid of the conditions of the world today. I’m not afraid. If I’m going to be afraid for anything it would be if the people are lost so I want to keep on working as hard as I can, trying to get the good news to them while I can. And I want to be informed and I want to do my part and I’m not going to stick my head on the ground and act like there’s nothing bad going on but I refuse to be afraid of it. If God has chosen you and I to be alive in this day and hour then we’re up for it. We’ve got what it takes.

To God be the glory!

A worthy message for missionaries, trained and aspiring to become one: “How much do you know God?”

 speaker: Paul Washer

You must not pursue mission to find Jesus; you must pursue Jesus and missions will follow.

God works on broken, frivolous, tiny, sinful, weak individuals…

The greater the depth of your brokenness and weakness, the more you will see His power.

I myself have seen the power of God. I have seen multitudes converted, I have seen the miraculous, I have seen God do mighty things but when I am alone in the dark with Him I know what I am.  And it’s not because I have reached some level of piety that has escape my brothers. But it’s because God always works through broken, tiny, weak and sinful individuals like myself.

   If you’re ever going to be of any use in missions, it’s because God is going to take you and He’s going to be faithful to break you into a million pieces and to grind you into your weakness that you did not even know existed.

God said,” If I am a father then where is my honor?”

Your greatest need for missions, your greatest need for godliness is to know the Lord. Wise men are not supposed to boast in their wisdom and strong men in their strength, wealthy men in their riches. The one to boast is the one who knows God. Your greatest need, the churches greatest need and the world’s greatest need is to know God, not merely as an intellectual pursuit but to know Him, to grow in their knowledge of Him, because the more you do the more you will be enabled to honor Him if you’re heart has truly been converted and the more you will be able to love Him and glorify Him.

Oftentimes preachers will stand up before a group of people and tell them what to do but very rarely will a preacher tell them how to do it. A preacher will say something like this “All of you need to love God more than you do.” And the people walked out and say, “Of course. I should love God more than i do.” And they go back to their homes and they pray about loving God more than they do but they fall into condemnation because they know they don’t love God as they ought.

How can we be able to start that journey of loving Him more than we do now?

Yes we could do like what everybody do today…we could draw a conference and get everybody sight up for few weeks about God and missions and everything else and then after all the strange fire is burned off, nothing will be left but smoke.

A mission is driven by a passion for God, a love for God, a desire to honor God. But how can we create that in ourselves? Well, let me use a human analogy. I have been married for many years and I love my wife now more than I love her at the first. Well how is that? I love her more because I know more of her, I know more of her excellence, beauty, virtue and it brings forth out of me a greater love in spite of the imperfections and error and the quirks of her personality. I do love her more because I know her more. Now apply this same relational principle to God. You know that if you love God more, if you have the greater desire to honor Him, you would be given more to missions and the proclamations of His glory throughout the world. So how can you increase that love for God and that desire to honor Him? Only to the degree that you know Him.

If there is no relationship, there is no communion.

We were made for Him and we will be restless until we rest on Him. There is an intimate communion, fellowship and a walking in God and that must be our main pursuit. Study your own life for a moment. Isn’t it much easier for you to set up with the boys even when those boys are 16, to set up with the boys around the table and talk theology all night? Isn’t it for the most part easier to do that than it is to tarry in the presence of the Lord alone in prayer all night? Say, it is!

Isn’t it easier to read a good book saying something in 37,000 pages than he could have said it in 2?

Isn’t it easier on the flesh to stay up all night working through one paragraph than it is to stay up all night with Him? That in itself is evidence that we are not fully and completely redeemed. That there’s still something left in us that awaits a redeeming work, a glorification.

Religious activity even the work of the missions is nothing in itself. I have found that my flesh has the unique ability to turn almost everything into an idol. I can love knowledge more than God. I can love correct thinking more than God. I can love missions more than God. I can love evangelism and preaching about evangelism more than I enjoy going across the street to witness to my neighbor.

In all our activity, is God in them? Is God center? Is the personal intimate relationship with Him the thing that is driving us?

I want to go back to something. One of the ways to which I knew I was going to marry my wife is that I just wanted to be with her. I knew that my heart was right because I wanted to be with her. I wanted to talk to her and for her to talk to me. We could walk honestly down the path and doesn’t have to say anything for hours. I just wanted her. She wasn’t wealthy. She didn’t have a lot of money. But I did not want anything from her except her!

Do you remember when He governs your life as a new believer? Or you just don’t mind because the only thing you thought about was Him. You don’t have the great aspiration of being used, no desire for greater ministry? You just wanted Him! Do you remember when you got into the Word and it wasn’t because you had a sermon to prepare or you needed to learn some things or there were some doctrinal problems or you knew that to progress as a useful servant you had to continue on in the things of the Word of God? Do you remember when you just got into the Word because you wanted to hear something from God? Because you just wanted to know about Him?

Do you remember when you prayed just because of Him? Most of you, I’m not a prophet or the son of a prophet but I would dare say this that most of your prayer life is nothing more than intercessions, maybe the least of all prayers. Intercession. Interceding. What about communion? What about just walking and talking and thinking about Him? What about private praise and worship? What about waking up at night and you can’t sleep and you know that it’s a sign and you almost go “He has awakened me.” Then you will say, “Oh brother, how many times God had awakened me to intercede for the nation.” That’s not what I’m talking about. He had awakened you to just say, “Come my love, walk with me. Past at midnight watch with me, tarry with me.” I find it interesting in the book of Mark how Jesus Christ ministers a great while all throughout the night and then the great while before daylight He gets up once again and He goes out to a solitary place to be alone with God.

See, we can light so many fires. We can do so many things in all our activity. But is God in it? Is it for Him? Is it a heart burning for Him?

    Malachi 1:11 says, “My name will be great among the nations, from the rising to the setting of the sun. In every place incense and pure offerings will be brought to my name, because my name will be great among the nations’, says the Lord Almighty.”

Look at what’s going on here. In most mission conferences, you have a man standing there telling you that there’s so many lost people all around the world and we’re God’s hands and feet and if we don’t do what we’re called to do then God’s hands are tied and there’s nothing to be done and the nation will be lost and God will be lonely and heaven will not be heaven. All of that, blasphemy. God will do His work, God is doing His work. God will be worshipped and glorified and rejoiced, but the question is, will you participate? Will you be a part of it? You’re not the catalyst. You’re not the great mover. You’re not the cause-behind all these. You’re invited into the privilege of this. Don’t you realize that we’re the most privileged people on the face of the earth because we are brought into a relationship with Him? Number one privilege is that we are brought into a relationship with our brothers and sisters in Christ, a privilege that we don’t speak on our part. And we are brought into the privilege of being instruments of the glory to God. God will do the work. He will get glory for himself but He invites us to participate in that.

Angels could sing that Christ died but we as believers could sing that He has died for us. Angels could rejoice in the Gospel, but we could preach it and proclaimed it to men, devils and angels. You are so privileged.

Have you sold yourselves for lesser things? Have you given your money for things that can’t fill you, that can’t quench your thirsts? Isn’t it amazing that we are the most prosperous, most protected people of God in the history of Christianity and yet you go into those silly little Christian bookstores of ours and 95 % of the books are written dealing with the problem of how empty we are? Why are we empty? For the same reason that He never was. He was persecuted, He was impoverished, and He was in anguished but our Savior was never empty because He had food to eat that we know not of and that it was to do the will of His Father.

You are to be given to the will of God, not just for missions. You see, sometimes we talk about missions in the same way the image of believers speak about the will of God. They come to me and said, “…brother I am searching the will of God in the Word.” I said, “…Then you realized your problem.” He said, “What do you mean?”  I said, “Is your life, the practice of your life given to the renewing of your mind in the Word of God.” And he answered, “No, I really struggle in that area.”  But when you need to know the will of God in the specific instance in your life, you go to the Word to look for the answers, that’s not true, yes. You’re wrong! You put the cart before the horse. This (the Bible) is not a magical book after which you could throw it up in the air and turn to a certain page and discern the will of God. We discern the will of God because we have a lifestyle. Romans 12: 1-2, a lifestyle of renewing our mind in the will of God and that renewing of the mind reveals to us the will of God. It is a life-practice that resolves in the knowing of God’s will. It’s the same way with missions.

Missions is not some independent thing that we decide to joined up with. It’s not a work that we suddenly feel called to do. It must be an outflow of true spirituality. It must flow out of communion with God. It must flow out of a correct understanding of who God is and His works in the world and the glory that He’s getting for Himself. It must flow out of knowing this that everything outside of Jesus Christ is absolutely absurd! And that all things were made for Him, through Him, by Him, in Him.

I could tell you to run off to the mission field and you might just run off an empty husk driven by a romantic passion for missions. Then you’ll need stronger medicine than that to keep you on the mission field. What I encourage you to do is to run after Him, pursue the very thing for which you are pursued–to know Him. “Who are you? I want to know.”– that will be my magnificent obsession: to know my God. And then from that you’ll flow out the work of God and the ministry of God in your life.

(click this to watch the full video) —> How much do you know God?

Our life is not to be based in our life’s experiences but from the Word of God, from the sound teaching. But you need more than that.

I do pray this, that God creates such a hunger in you that you seek after Him in prayer, that you desire and long for intimate communion with Him, that you desire to see His glory, that you know that in all your knowing it is not enough, and that you seek His power.

We are so afraid today of certain heresies that we oftentimes ran in the opposite direction and create an opposite puller of heresy. When we talked about great revivalist, we talk about Wakefield, we talk about Wesley, but to be honest with you we won’t let those men in our churches today because they were not quite respectable enough and they were not very civilized and there were strange things that happened around them that we would not at all approve. Do not let your inheritance be stolen from you by a bunch of heretical TV preachers who speak about the things they don’t know and blasphemed God in return.

Know this that there is a God and He’s more than a doctrine, He’s a person. There is a Holy Spirit who manifests the person of the Father and the Son to the believer. There is a knowing God in prayer. There is a manifestation of God in your life. There is the miraculous. God still does swift through a congregation and lay them all on the floor not giggling or barking like dogs that are crying out for mercy because they’ve seen their sin. God still moves. And we should not only desire it, we should expect it. We should not be pleased when we preach the good sermon.

If you’re going to the mission field and if you’re going to stand in a pulpit, you’re not a life coach, you’re not a peace core worker and you’re not just a transferer of truth, you are a prophet or you are nothing. And every time you stand before men, you must stand before men as Ezekiel stood in that valley knowing that unless the Spirit of God moves upon dead men, nothing will happen. And you must be men and women sent from God. “I must leave Him and come to you. I must leave you in a few minutes and go back to Him. Or I’m nothing but a boy, a parrot who talks about whatever men of experience.”

Missions is an absolutely impossible work that demands, requires the power and the life of the Holy Spirit.  And we, like many of the men we honored who went before us, should make it our constant prayer to cry out for greater and greater manifestations of the Spirit’s power in our life and preaching. Do not be afraid of that which has been given to you. It is your inheritance simply because others have distorted and twisted it.

Seek the Lord. Seek to grow in your knowledge of Him. Cry out for greater sense of His presence in your life. Cry out to God, “Make me like your Son.” And realize this, if you had any idea what you are praying, then you would not have the courage to pray. Because to ask Him to make you like His Son will bring about a life of being broken by Him, and grinding you and breaking you and disciplining you until He’s formed in you the very thing He desires. 

You must have Him. You must be filled by Him.

 

 

TO GOD BE THE GLORY!

 

 

The Power of the Holy Spirit

speaker: Benny Hinn

READ: Isaiah 32:15 says, “But once more God will send us His Spirit. The wasteland will become fertile, and fields will produce rich crops.”

 

Genesis 1:1-2 says, “In the beginning, when God created the universe, the earth was formless and desolate. The raging ocean that covered everything was engulfed in total darkness, and the Spirit ofGod was moving over the water.”

 

Job 26: 13-14 says, “It is His breath that made the sky clear, and His hand that killed the escaping monster. But these are only hints of His power, only the whispers that we have heard. Who can know how truly great God is?”

 

Isaiah 6: 9-10 says, “So He told me to go and give the people His message: ‘No matter how much you listen, you will not understand. No matter how much you look, you will not know what is happening.’ Then He said to me, ‘Make the minds of these people dull, their ears deaf, and their eyes blind, so that they cannot see or hear or understand. If they did, they might turn to me and be healed.”

 

Job 33:4 says, “God’s spirit made me and gave me life.”

 

Acts 28:25 says, “So they left disagreeing among themselves, after Paul had said this one thing: “How well the Holy Spirit spoke through the prophet Isaiah to your ancestors!”

 

Hebrews 10:15-16 says, “And the Holy Spirit also gives us His witness. First He says, ‘This is the covenant that I will make with them in the days to come,’ says the Lord: I will put the Laws in their hearts and write them on their minds.”

 

Jeremiah 31:33 says, “The new covenant that I will make with the people of Israel will be this: I will put my law within them and write them on their hearts. I will be their God and they will be my people.”

 

We can’t know God without knowing the Holy Spirit.

2 Corinthians 3:17 says, “Now ‘the Lord’ in this passage is the Spirit; and where the Spirit of the Lord is present, there is freedom.”

 

1 Corinthians 12: 4-6 says, “There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. There are different kinds of working, but the same God works all of them in all men.”

 

Isaiah 59:19 says, “From east to west everyone will fear Him and His great power. He will come like a rushing river, like a strong wind.”

 

Ezekiel 36: 27 says, “I will put my Spirit in you and will see to it that you follow my laws and keep all the commands I have given you.”

 

We can’t live a life well pleasing to God without the Holy Spirit.

Micah 3:8 says, “But as for me, I am filled with power, with the Spirit of the Lord, and with justice and might to declare to Jacob his transgression, to Israel his sin.”

Without the Holy Spirit, no one can prophesy. (READ: Micah 3:1-12)

 

You are protected from the enemy by the Holy Spirit.

Romans 8:13-17 says, “For if you live according to your human nature, you are going to die; but if by theSpirit you put to death your sinful actions, you will live. Those who are led by God’s Spirit are God’s children. For the Spirit that God has given you does not make you slaves and cause you to be afraid; instead the Spiritmakes you God’s children, and by the Spirit’s power we cry out to God, ‘Father! My Father!’God’s Spirit joins (commune) himself to our spirits to declare that we are God’s children. Since we are His children, we will possess the blessings He keeps for His people, and we will also possess with Christ what God has kept for Him; for if we share Christ’s suffering, we will also share His glory.”

 

No angels fully know God, only you and me because of the Holy Spirit.

“Koinonia” which is a Greek word for “communion” has 7 meanings:

1. presence

2. fellowship

3. sharing together

4. participation with

5. intimacy

6. friendship

7. communion

Acts 2:4 says, “They were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to talk in other languages, as the Spirit enabled them to speak.”

 Acts 1:8 says, “But when the Holy Spirit comes upon you, you will be filled with power, and you will be witnesses for me in Jerusalem, in all of Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”

 Acts 4:7-8 says, “They made the apostles stand before them and asked them, ‘How did you do this? What power do you have or whose name did you use?’ Peter, full of the Holy Spirit, answered them…”

 Acts 5:32 says, “We are witnesses to these things—we and the Holy Spirit, who is God’s gift to those who obey Him.”

 Acts 6:10 says, “But the Spirit gave Stephen such wisdom that when he spoke, they could not refute him.”

 Acts 7:55 says, “But Stephen, full of the Holy Spirit, looked up to heaven and saw God’s glory and Jesus standing at the right side of God.”

Only then if we are in the spirit we can see God and hear His voice.

 Acts 8:29 says, “The Holy Spirit said to Philip, ‘Go over to that carriage and stay close to it.’”

You will never know your‘calling’ if you don’t know the Holy Spirit.

The Holy Spirit convicts, teaches, commands, guides and warns…

Acts 15:28 says, “The Holy Spirit and we have agreed not to put any other burden on you besides these necessary rules…”

Acts 16: 6-7 says, “They travelled through the region of Phrygia and Galatia because the Holy Spirit did not let them preach the message in the province of Asia. When they reached the border of Mysia, they tried to go into the province of Bithynia, but the Spirit of Jesus did not allow them.”

Acts 18:26 says, “He began to speak boldly in the synagogue. When Priscilla and Aquila heard him, they took home with them and explained to him more correctly the Way of God.”

 

 

The Academy of a Vision for the End Times’ 1-6 Series of “The Power of Words” speaker: N. Johnson

 

(Read Rev 2:26-27; 5-10; Acts 5:2-4; Numbers 20:8-11)

To exercise authority which also has consequences, God rules with the spoken words He speaks.

What you say has consequences. Death and life has come from the power of tongue. (Read Genesis 12:6; Psalms 8:6)

Everything we say has an impact to an unseen/ spiritual realm.

 

There are 3 basic forces of the earth:

1. Spirit of the God

2. Spirit of man

3. Spirit of Satan

 

We are made to control our environment. (Read Ezekiel 28:3)

Everything in the bible is the will of God but then it came to past that you decide for yourself, in that way you become your own god. (Read Ecclesiastes 3:1, 11)

 

Authority belongs to the son of God who discerns the will of God. (Read Hebrews 5:14; John 4:34)

Sons of God have to be led by the holy spirit of God. (Read Daniel 10:13; Mark 11:22-25)

Our speech has to be disciplined so that God could trust us.

 

In the end times, church will be given authority which has great consequences. (Read Numbers 20:8, 11; Proverbs 18:21; Psalms 8:5-6)

 

Everything you say has indirect influence to an unseen/ spiritual realm. The unseen realm responds immediately to our spoken words, feelings, desires. (Read Ezekiel 28:3-4)

 

In the new age you learn to become your own god. You manipulate what you desire, what you want. You decide what’s good for you. You decide how much wealth you want to have/gain.

 

There are times and seasons for everything.

It has to be His word, His will that comes from your mouth. (Read Ecclesiastes 3:11)

Your words have the power like you can move mountains if you only have faith like God’s. And faith comes upon hearing the words of God. (Read John 14:13; Matthew 12:36; Ephesians 5:4; James 3:10, 12)

 

If wespeak in anger and uncleanness, we strengthen the power of Satan. Lucifer is not created in the image and likeness of God. No angel was created in His image and likeness; only we his children were created in His image and likeness. Satan can manipulate humans through the negative words of man. Man can practice the power of his tongue that could either bring destruction or peace. You can empower Satan to change everything around you by the power of your tongue. Satan relies on us to supply him; he can inspire us. He only requires the words of man to create. (Read Romans 8:14)

In the last days we will take the dominion of what Adam once had. (Read Mark 4:9-10; Romans 8:20-22)

The creation was subjected to vanity but the sons of God will redeem it and take it back from Satan again and that the words of God will not return to Him void.

Anger is so dangerous. (Read Hebrews 2:5-10; Hebrews 3:1)

(Read Proverbs 4:7; Daniel 12:4; Hebrews 11:3; 2 Corinthians 4:18)

 

Quantum Physics had proven that matter is affected by our feelings, strong desires and thoughts. Matter is affected by spoken words. (Read Hebrews 11:1-3)

Everything is made up of atom. Your car, your body, the computers and even the food that we eat is made up of atom.

(Read Colossians 1:16-17) What you’re saying will become the reality.

The greater the authority any one has, the faster the response/effect.

We humans are given the power to create because we are created in the image and likeness of God but we are still under the authority, from His authority. We are creator but the problem is we abuse our authority. God requires us to walk in His holiness.

 

What is man that God is mindful of him?

(Read Genesis 12:8) We must sanctify ourselves, our feelings, our words and our desires so that they can conform to the purposes or will of God and the world around us changes. (Read 1 Chronicles 16:9)

(Read James 3:2; Matthew 5: 48; James 3:3-12) Our purpose here on earth is fulfilling our destiny and to be confirmed to the image of Jesus.

Our destiny is not determined by circumstances but by our tongues. What you think affects you physically. As you think, so you are. (Read Philippians 4:8)

People destroyed their life by how they think, speak… (Read Psalms 34:13; Proverbs 21:23)

We see vitally how important the area of the tongue is.

How you speak affects every foundation of this earth.

 

                A non-Christian Japanese scientist Mr. Masaru Emoto who graduated Doctor of Medicine at Yokohama University conducted an experiment on water and discovered that thoughts, moods, feelings, music affected the crystal formation in water in a radical way. Its crystal formation accords to the words from the music when he started playing some of Mozart’s.

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Whatever is spoken affects the crystal. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAvzsjcBtx8

Mozart’s pieces were “You make me sick”, “Love and Gratitude” and “Heavy metal”.

When “You make me sick” was played it formed a crystal that looks like a vomit. It was when Mozart played “Love and Gratitude” that a very beautiful crystal was formed. However, when “heavy metal” was played, it created an indistinguishable crystal. Life in the crystal responded to the words either love or negative information.

 

(Read Colossians 11:17; Psalms 19:14) You shall have whatever you say.

 

Most people talks a lot. We are so vocally active.The fact that 70% of our body is water, what kinds of crystal are we forming?What are we creating?

Age is not a chronological thing; it’s a state of mind. Your nervous system responds to your imagination.

 

(Read Hebrews 1:3) Everything is held together by His words.

 

The language of heaven is far different from the language we have here on earth. In heaven, their language is very diverse and incomprehensible. Usually, they communicate through feelings; spoken words are not necessary. A picture drawn in their hearts are read and easily understood by heavenly bodies while they are communicating each other. (Read Numbers 126:7-8; Matthew 12:34)

 

You visualize what you can’t utter in words first in your heart to communicate. (Read Genesis 13:14; 15:5)

You speak what you have in your heart. (Read Matthew 14:4; Mark 1:41-42)

To understand the language of God, first we must have the compassion to create a strong desire. Compassion, vision and our words are needed to understand the language of God. Likewise, it has the power to create either good or bad. (Read John 6:63; Isaiah 55:11; Luke 1:35; Acts 5:15; Romans 4:18-19)

 

How our tongues shape our destiny?

(Read Ephesians 1:3-5; 1 Peter 1:3-5; Amos 9:13)

 

Time is very short and we are the last generation. Time is running and our knowledge in Science and technology is progressing but the lives of Christians up to this day are as usual as it was before, not changing. We must align with the spiritual maturity and image of God because while the time is accelerating, God’s work is also progressing and so we must not stay as babies, not growing. Let’s not remain like toddlers.

You need to know your destination. You are making it yourself.

So if you don’t know your destiny yet, you must ask God. Pray.

 

All glory and praises to God!