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The Power of God - Cal Pierce
The power of God doesn't just belong in God, it needs to also be in us. We receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon us. The purpose of the power is to fulfill the will of God upon the earth. The fulfillment of His will isn't up to God, it's up to us. Redemption put the responsibility in our hands. This is why in Luke 10:19 God gives us the authority.
There are too many believers who don't understand this. They put the responsibility on God because they don't believe they have power. We need to know we are not to receive power from God, we are to have the power of God. The power is His manifest presence in us. When we become filled with His manifest presence, the will of God begins to fulfill itself on our behalf. We won't have to ask God for something, His will (Truth) will make us free.
Jesus is our head, we are His body, the Body of Christ. The head doesn't operate separate from the body. The head is the power source that operates the body. This is why we are told in I Corinthians 2:16 we have the mind of Christ. The manifest presence of Jesus comes down through His body when we are connected to, and operated by, our head, who is Jesus. Then it is not our power but His power in us that fulfills His will for us.
When we don't operate our life connected to our Head, there is separation and we then ask God to give us what has already been provided. When we are connected we can see ourselves as the fulfillment of His will, rather than people who are trying to receive His will. There is a big difference in seeing ourselves with something as opposed to seeing ourselves without it, trying to receive it.
When we are disconnected from the Head, we will live by the law and struggle by our power. But when we are connected, we live by grace with His power.
About a month ago (Feb 2018) the Lord directed me to go to the Healing Rooms. At that time, I was disqualifying myself to pray for the sick. But from my experience with the Lord, I don’t normally try to go with my feelings, I just end up obeying Him. In the Healing Rooms before the patient walks in, the team prays to get a word from the Lord. Papa God gave me a word about the liver and blood transfusion.
When the patient came in and told us her symptoms, they seemed unrelated to liver and blood. The patient said that the doctor didn’t have a cure for her sickness. So we gave her the word of knowledge regarding the liver and the blood and she said, “This issue all started four years ago when I went to Africa and the doctor there said that I had a liver malfunction.”
The team members faith level rose up and the patient's faith level rose up so we prayed for a new liver and blood transfusion. The Lord is so good, He knows the source and tells us the origin of the issue.
A month later (4th week of March 2018) this person came back in and said, "I got tested by the doctors and they said I don’t have any issues with my liver. Test were all negative. The Lord gave me a new liver. Hallelujah, praise the Lord!" The Lord is giving new organs for His children!
This is what I have learned, that you overcome your feelings with obedience. And with us just showing up, He allows us to bear fruit. In addition, when He sends you, He equips you because the Lord is Good. We don’t have to disqualify ourselves, we are already qualified.
Ron B. - Vienna Christian Healing Rooms, Virginia, USA
Testimonies from In His Presence Healing Room, Plain City, Ohio, USA
My 7-year-old grandson went on a cub scout overnight, played ball with his friends and injured his foot. He came home limping in pain. I laid hands on him, commanded the pain to go and healing to come. Instantly he felt pain-free. Several minutes later the pain returned. I repeated the prayer, all the pain left and never returned.
Several weeks ago, this same boy woke with a fever, nausea, and flu symptoms. Though 900 miles away at the time, I commanded the symptoms to go, the devil to flee, and healing to come. By noon, he was perfectly well and his Dad took him out to lunch.
For several years, I put up with an injured ligament in my right knee that would get re-injured going up and down stairs occasionally, so I guarded it continually. Over a month ago the pain reoccurred and I slapped my knee, commanded the pain to leave, and healing to come. The pain instantly left, has not returned, and the knee feels strong. I freely go up and down the stairs without guarding it and there is no re-occurrence of the injury.
Grace in the Waiting - Carol Krum
While watching the movie, Paul the Apostle, I was struck by the great grace that was upon these people as they hid away waiting for direction from God. They knew if they left where they were, they may be killed. But they also knew if they stayed and were found, the same would be true. It was that grace of God that sustained them in their “waiting” One definition says grace is a divine influence upon the heart for the purposes of God to be fulfilled in your life.
When Paul pleaded with the Lord three times for the “thorn in the flesh” to be removed from him, he was told by the Lord, “My grace is sufficient for you, for My strength is made perfect in weakness.” 2 Cor. 12:9. How many of us can identify with Paul in our own story where we have cried out to the Lord to come to our aid and “fix” whatever needed fixing? Yet in all outward appearances, He didn’t do anything visible. The problem was still there! We kept asking and we kept waiting!
But when we look at this scripture and we use it as a transparent spiritual template to place over our situation, what do we see? Initially we are unable to see or feel anything significant that has changed. It usually doesn’t become apparent until much later when we are faced with yet another season of trial and tribulation. It is then that we begin to get a glimpse of something that is different. The roots of our faith have gone deeper because during that past experience of pain, we became so desperately hungry for God to hear us, that we were constantly seeking His hear for answers, comfort, peace, and His blessed assurance that all would be well.
Is it not in those very places where we begin to see the greatest changes taking place within our heart, where patience is being birthed on a deeper level, where we begin to see from God’s perspective rather than our own? These are the times when more of Christ is being formed within us. Is that not our prayer, that there would be less of us and more of Him? That is why Paul was able to declare, “I would most gladly boast in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.”
Oh, the divine influence upon our heart for the purposes of God to be fulfilled in our life!! This is a work that takes time on this side of Heaven and we must learn to trust in the waiting, because what is being formed in us is so much greater than what we can hope for or imagine. When we see that we are being swept into another season of “waiting”, may we recall the words form a song that says “Look where you are. Look when you have been. Don’t you know that I can do it again?” It is His great grace upon and within us that sustains us and holds us together, enabling us to remain in a position where His Spirit can do a deeper work within us that will make us more like Him, equipping us to do His Kingdom work on earth as He did.
The Lord recently gave me a little word picture to help describe what happens when He gives us His grace. It was like a spiritual magnet upon us that forcefully pulls the favor and blessings of God directly toward us, giving us what is needed in any given moment to live a holy life, when our life, circumstances or character is being attacked by our Adversary. His grace is powerfully present in our time of need, even when we are unable to see it, giving us the supernatural ability or miraculous faculty to sustain, endure, or maintain our call – for all He is enabling us to become in Christ.
I love what Paul says about what grace looked like in his own life in 1 Cor. 15:10 –
“By grace and only by grace I am what I am, and it was not without having its effect.”
May these words be written about each one of us at the end of our earthly assignment! And may He great grace of divine influence upon our hearts be made visible by the way in which we live our lives.
Carol Krum is the Partner Coordinator at the Spokane Headquarters and our resident encourager in joy.
Healing Rooms Around the World
The fullness of the Godhead dwells in each of us who have received Christ as Lord! Therefore we are called to know the fullness of who we are, to be mighty in prayer, and be powerful in our influence on the world. Here are some excellent resources to help us walk in all that we are.
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by Dr D.K. Olukoya
Prayer Rain is a powerful, practical, and personal prayer manual. Full of scriptures and examples, this is a handbook for spiritual warfare. Learn to take the Sword of the Spirit - the Word of God and wield it powerfully in prayer and overcome obstacles in life.
Poverty, Riches & Wealth
by Kris Vallotton
Overcoming the Never-Enough Mentality to Experience True Kingdom Abundance. With refreshing honesty, humor, and keen insight, bestselling author and pastor Kris Vallotton mines the Scriptures in an eye-opening study of what the Bible really says about money, poverty, riches, and wealth. And what he finds is sure to shake up what you thought you knew--including these surprising truths:
- Jesus was not poor and homeless
- Heaven is described in the language of wealth
- Poverty is a mindset that holds us back from true wealth
- You determine your wealth based on how much, and how well, you love yourself
- Kingdom prosperity begins from the inside out. When you learn to cultivate a mindset of abundance, no matter your circumstances, you will begin to experience the wealth of heaven in every area of your life.
Who Do You Say I Am?
by Kristen Smeltzer
Kristen Smeltzer speaks on finding your identity in GOD. Kristen tells of her personal struggles with her son, who lost his identity in God, and their struggle to get back what he lost.
It's an amazing true account of their journey, with HOLY SPIRIT'S help, to break free of the lies of the enemy.
The Hearing of Faith - Cal Pierce
We are in a time of history where we must live by faith. The Lord instructs us to do this in Habakkuk 2:4
We must live by faith because it takes faith to fulfill the will of God. Everything in God's Word is fulfilled by faith. In Matthew 9:29 it says, "Be it done to you according to your faith." How you receive the benefits of God's will is measured according to your faith. Your faith appoints the Holy Spirit to the fulfillment of God's will for you.
The Holy Spirit is in us to provide supernatural power to transfer what God has for us into the natural world by our faith. By faith we trust and believe so that we can receive. In Romans 10:17 we are told
The verse says we have to hear the Word. The Holy Spirit teaches us by the Word of God. When He reveals truth, truth establishes faith and our faith makes us free according to God's will for us. If we don't understand this we cannot establish His Kingdom on earth as it is in Heaven. When our ears are dull of hearing we cannot receive faith to fulfill God's will.
We see this in Matthew 13:15 where Jesus instructs His disciples about parables and tells them the people are not receiving when they are dull of hearing. The religious could not hear because they moved in tradition and form. They sat and listened to the Word being taught but could not hear it. This opens the door for the enemy to steal our provision.
When we hear what the Spirit is saying to us, Truth can be established to product faith and faith will bring God's will for us into our lives. When the seed of the Word takes root in us, the enemy cannot steal from us.
Let's partner with the Holy Spirit and have ears to hear what He is saying so that we can walk by faith and establish God's will upon the earth.
Be Still - Carol Krum
The Prayer of Silence
We live in an era where everyone is clamoring to be heard through the din of chaotic noise, bringing us to the point where we can’t even hear ourselves think! It is no wonder that the still sounds of the mountains call to us to come up higher, the rhythmic sounds of the oceanic waves draws us along its unending shore, or even the quietness in our own cars with no radio to distract our thoughts seems to be an oasis of calming solitude. There is a part of us that has been created to “be still” and the longer we deny that reality, the farther we slip into utter chaos within.
Growing up Catholic, I developed a need for the quiet, perhaps fostered by the reverence of the church coupled with being an only child, though I was very drawn to the families of 10-12 children, as there would always be someone with whom to play.
There was a chapel by our home and I would often peddle my bike from my friend’s house and stop in for a “visit” on my way home. There I would sit alone in silence with no particular prayer request, just “being”. I was raised without a father, no grandfather, or male figure to influence my life and it wasn’t until I was an adult that I read in Psalm 68:5 that God is “a father to the fatherless”. It was then that I realized all those years I spent in silence in His presence, my Father God was ministering to His little girl, speaking into her spirit His truths that would one day be the silent guide to her life.
I attended a Catholic high school and in our senior year we made a weekend silent retreat at a local retreat house. The second night there, I heard a knock on my door and my friends told me to go with them to another girl’s room, so I followed them. When we opened the door to the room, it was filled with cigarette smoke and the girls were drinking beer. I was so shocked, disappointed, and scared that I immediately left and ran back to my room where I threw myself on my bed and wept bitterly. There was such a sadness within, a grieving perhaps, because I knew I was so different and I just didn’t fit in!
Later that night, while in my pajamas and robe, I quietly slipped into the chapel and once again assumed my position in His presence. Oh, the comfort I felt sitting there by myself, but not alone! No words were necessary. I knew where I belonged.
Be still and know that I Am God!
As a married mother of three, I was blessed to make two silent weekend retreats a year for many years at the same retreat house. There is something so precious about going into a place of complete silence for the sole purpose of being in the presence of pure Holiness. On the drive up to the retreat house, I would begin to get butterflies, knowing but not knowing, the encounter to be experienced was already written in Heaven. And never was I to be disappointed! His Word says, “Draw near to the Lord and He will draw near to you.” James 4:8 Ah, such truth, such sweet, sweet truth! It is His Love that draws us near in the first place, and it is His Love that pulls us into His heart, where all peace and all truth is unending. One cannot enter such holiness and not be transformed!
One morning I sat down with my bible in my lap and asked the Lord how He wanted to spend our time together. His answer was simple, yet profound. He said, “I just want to sit with you!” I placed my bible on the desk, sat back, closed my eyes and my sanctified imagination kicked into gear! I saw Him enter my “prayer room” and come over to sit with me. The rocker became a loveseat and He sat to my left, then wrapped His arm around my shoulder. Leaning into Him, I laid my head upon His chest. Time seemed to stand still; there were no words spoken. I slowly realized my left ear was hearing the sound of His heartbeat. The HEARTBEAT of Jesus! Breathlessly, I listened….and listened….and listened. At some point I moved my left hand in such a way that my thumb was then resting on my right wrist. After a while, I became aware that my pulse was in complete rhythm with His heartbeat, beating as one! Tears began to fall from my eyes, with no sound coming forth. Finally, He spoke, “I am in you. You are in Me and together we sit in the heart of the Father.”
Oh, to behold the beauty of His loveliness! It is there that we are truly made one with Him! His invitation to come away with Him is forever before us, waiting for our response. He longs to be in intimate relationship with every life He has created because, after all, He is Love.
In our human frailty we often define love in terms that create “borders”. If it fits our definition, then it is love; if not, then it falls short. But God’s love is infinite, without borders, unending, eternal, and I dare say, utterly impossible to capture with words of definition. It is a love that can only be experienced! Each encounter is unique, having never been experienced before and it leaves us with an insatiable hunger, causing us to long for more, yet knowing that there is nothing on earth that can be compared to such love as this.
This has served my own heart well to recall these beautiful moments where love kissed and Christ was formed more within me, where there was more of Him and less of me for others to see. Believe me when I say that I am still a work in progress! I hope that you will be encouraged to reflect on your own journey of intimate experiences with the Lover of your soul and to tell someone about it, especially during the Holy Season of Easter where He is so glorified in the Church and hopefully within the hearts of His beloved.
I close with this passage from The Passion Translation Bible Psalm 27:4
Here’s the one thing I crave from God, the one thing I seek above all else;
I want the privilege of living with Him every moment in His house,
Finding the sweet loveliness of His face, filled with awe, delighting in His glory and grace.
I want to live my life so close to Him that He takes pleasure in my every prayer.
In His shelter in the day of trouble, that’s where you’ll find me, for He hides me there in His Holiness.
He has smuggled me into His secret place, where I’m kept safe and secure—
Out of reach from all my enemies.
Triumphant now, I’ll bring Him my offerings of praise, singing and shouting with ecstatic joy!
Yes, listen and you can hear the fanfare of my shouts of praise to the Lord!
Enjoy your moments of stillness in His Holy Presence!
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Happy Easter! He is Risen! "For all of God’s promises find their “yes” of fulfillment in Him. And as His “yes” and our “amen” ascend to God, we bring Him glory!"
2 Corinthians 1:20 TPT
Because of the obedience of Jesus, we can now walk in the fullness of all that He intended for us. Let these resources help you become more rooted and grounded in Him.
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Baptized in the Spirit
by Randy Clark
Through engaging , practical teaching and powerful testimonies, you will learn how to :
* Understand the clear Biblical reasons people should be baptized in the Spirit and what that really means.
* Biblically receive and experience the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
* Unlock the benefits and blessings of being baptized in the Spirit.
* Operate in the gifts of the Spirit: prophecy, tongues, and other supernatural graces.
God's Easter Miracle
by Lee Ann Mancini
In God's Easter Miracles, the sea kids learn that Easter isn't about the Easter bunny or candy. It's about Jesus Christ giving up His life for all of us, and how we are to sacrifice ourselves for others.
A true lesson of becoming more like Jesus is learned in this beautiful Easter story of love and grace.
Supernatural Power of a Transformed Mind
by Bill Johnson
Moving in the spiritual realm should be as much a part of a believer's routine as prayer, worship and reading Scripture. Yet all too often, Christians practice an intellectual faith, which lacks any supernatural punch. Healing, deliverance and signs and wonders are an inheritance for all followers of Jesus Christ.
Supernatural Power of a Transformed Mind teaches you how to remove the blinders of religious limitation to redeem the lost and transform communities. You, too, can tap into an abundance of miracle-working authority and unleash the power of God's glory.