International Association of Healing Rooms
Healing Rooms Ministries International Headquarters

10/26/2010

Moving Toward the Fullness

Cal Pierce


We have just completed our 11th year in Healing Rooms. It is exciting to see how God is releasing revelation. God is building His household upon a foundation of truth that is centered around Jesus our rock. (Ephesians 2:20) Revelation is growing us into a Holy Temple that is a dwelling place of God in the Spirit.

As the Body of Christ, we are the temple that God desires to fill with His fullness. He desires to fill us with the all in all. (Ephesians 1:23) In Ephesians 3:19 we are encouraged to know the love of Christ which surpasses knowledge, that we may be filled up to all the fullness of God. The word fullness in the Greek means to cram, complete or be finished.

What this is telling us is that we are to be so crammed full of the fullness of God that there isn't any room for anything outside of redemption. In other words, we are to be a God kind of man, created by God in His likeness and image. (Genesis 1:26) to become His occupation. This fullness is the completeness of redemption that sets us free from all the curse, not some of it. The revelation we are getting is telling us that we were never to be subject to sickness that we have been redeemed from. (Galatians 3:13) How can we be redeemed from the curse and still be under it? In Galatians 5:1 we are told that it was for freedom that Christ set us free. Freedom means to be exempt from. You see, God's goal isn't healing, it's what healing produces; a body without sickness in it, because redemption has exempted it.

We obtain this by taking a right position. Our position is that truth tells me that no weapon formed against me can prosper. Why?

Because I have the whole armor of God that extinguishes everything that comes from the enemy. If I'm filled up with the fullness of God, then there won't be any room for those things that are not of God.

We can't wrap our mind around this message until our mind is renewed to it. A renewed mind doesn't think the way it used to. Romans 12:2 tells us not to be conformed to this world, but to be transformed by the renewing of our mind, that we may prove what the will of God is. A renewed mind proves the will of God because it lives by it. If the Word of God is the will of God for us, then why should we not have it? If we have it, then we prove it. The purpose of the Holy Spirit occupying us is to guarantee that we have the power of God to achieve the fullness that His word provides.