The Healing Revival
We are currently in a season that will birth a great awakening. The body of Christ is being positioned to move in the greatest measure of healings, miracles, signs and wonders that has ever been exhibited. Hebrews, chapter 12 tells us that everything that can, will be shaken so that what cannot be shaken will remain. What will remain that cannot be shaken is the Kingdom of God. The remaining Kingdom of God is to provide an acceptable service into the world with reverence and awe. The last verse of chapter 12 says, “For our God is a consuming fire.” The end time army of God who has the unshakable Kingdom in them will serve with reverence and awe. It’s interesting to note the words consuming fire in the last verse refers to God moving through His people with the intensity of lightning. The word reverence is referring to doing kingdom service toward God or with His power flowing through the believer - creating awe.
The great awakening will be the awe of His Kingdom as it arrives on the earth through His people. The Kingdom is within the believer, it is righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit (Romans 14:17). The Kingdom is in the Holy Spirit who is in the believer. The power of God is released by the Holy Spirit as the Kingdom of God arrives on earth out of us. It is when the Kingdom comes that signs and wonders follow the believer (Matthew 12:28). The awe of Hebrews 12 is when the Kingdom of God arrives on earth through us and healings, miracles, signs and wonders take place to demonstrate God’s desire to reach the lost. It is important to note here that it is the lost that need a sign, not the believer. Signs must follow the believer to provide a way for the lost to believe and come to Jesus
This great awakening will move the church from a rapture mentality to a harvest theology. We will realize the harvest is the end of the age (Matthew 13:39). We know Jesus will return for His bride. It will be a victorious bride, not one who is trying to be delivered out of failure. If we are filled with the Holy Spirit, how can we be in failure? Failure only comes to a believer who isn’t given to the Spirit of God. In Romans 8:31, it says, “What then shall we say to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us?”