Because we are in Jesus and He is in us, we are learning the lifestyle of the power of THE ONE with the one. Jesus is the catalyst for all our spiritual development. “In Him we live, and move and have our being” (Acts 17:28).
That means we are completely open to all the fullness of God in Christ Jesus. “Of His fullness have we all received, and grace upon grace” (John 1:16). Our goal in life with God is to reach such a saturation point that as God continues to pour Himself out on us so we overflow to all around us. Continue reading
God has not called us to do what seems possible, reasonable or normally attainable; He has called us to do the impossible. He wants us to stretch beyond our ability, our faith, and our capacity to reason. He wants us to do more than we could ever imagine or dream. If you are reading this and think that your call is attainable, it’s time for an upgrade. Christians are not supposed to be doing what is possible. We’re supposed to be doing what is impossible and outrageous. To accomplish our calling, we must put our hand in the hand of God, learning to be completely dependent on the Holy Spirit for everything. Continue reading
It is so important that we look beyond our immediate circumstances to what God has promised. Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering for He who promised is faithful. Faith is currency, and it must be invested. When we deposit faith in God, there is always more given to us than we can see. God has given you a measure of faith so that you can be in relationship with Him in your current circumstances and see what He is seeing.
We must complete the three principles. See what is unseen, believe it is true for you, walk towards it. Make an investment in the nature of God and the word that He gives you.
If I had a five dollar bill in my hand that you could take, would you? Does it take faith to receive that? The answer is no. It doesn’t take faith because the gift is visible. We don’t need faith for what we can see in the natural. Continue reading
In order develop a deep level of faith through God’s hiddenness and in seasons of struggle, you must first have confidence in who God is what He believes for you.
To feel uncertain in times of hiddenness is normal, but to feel defeated is the enemy taking advantage and it is imperative that you believe your standing in Christ and your place in the Kingdom to overcome. In this clip from Mind of a Saint, Graham proclaims everything you are in Christ, and it is a brilliant refresher of the goodness of life in the Kingdom.