Kingdom Authority


Cal Pierce

I was listening to the news last evening and the reporter said we are living in an hour where everything is uncertain. In the world, people may be uncertain, but in the Kingdom of God, all things are certain.

Uncertainty exists when we don't know the outcome. We become fearful when we think it might be God. In this hour, God wants us to know that He is still on the throne as King. There is no uncertainty in His Kingdom that is within us. He has granted to us, by the Holy Spirit, the ability to know the mysteries of the Kingdom.
Matthew 13:11b (NAS) To you it has been granted to know the mysteries of the Kingdom of heaven, but to them it has not been granted.

In I John 2, verse 27 we are told that by the Holy Spirit we can know all things. Is there anything God cannot teach us by His Spirit? When we know God's will for us, we will have certainty. Webster's Dictionary says, to be certain is to be free from doubt and to have confidence. When we allow God's Word to produce faith in us, we become free from doubt and certainty sets in. If the Word is God's will for us, shouldn't we have it? True Kingdom authority comes to a believer when they realize God's will has the fulfillment already in it. This is why God calls His Word seed. All seed has the DNA of what it produces. The release of that DNA to produce what the seed represents is determined by what the holder of the seed does with it.

The increase is always in the seed. This is why the Word of God produces faith, and faith is the substance or DNA of what you ask for. Faith requires us to confess those things that are not as though they are.

God gives us authority over our enemy in Luke 10:14. We communicate, or release by faith, God's will through our life by what we say. This is authority activated. We have watered the seed of the Word so that the DNA is released. Now, all things are possible to those who believe. Too often we try to measure our authority by the outcome of what we see. The outcome of authority is not by what you see, but by what you say. Let's look at Mark 11:23 (NAS).
Truly I say to you, whosoever says to this mountain, "Be taken up and cast into the sea," and does not doubt in his heart, but believes that what he says is going to happen, it shall be granted him.

Nothing in this scripture says you have to see anything. Kingdom authority is released when we don't doubt, but believe that what we say is going to happen. The next verse says to believe that we have already received it. We can do this because the increase is already in the will of God. God isn't saying that He has to believe or say or do anything. He is saying we have to believe, and say what His will is. God isn't worried about how big our mountain is. The authority God gives us is bigger than any mountain of sickness, financial trouble, or anything else. The Kingdom key to moving your mountain is to step into your authority, speak to the mountain, do not doubt in your heart and believe that what you say is going to happen. Your authority is not in the outcome. God's creative power is released to produce the outcome when we plant the seed.