What if every area of life where you struggle signifies a place that God is eager to bless? What if there was no negativity in life, but only opportunities to connect with the Father in new ways? In Radical Permission, Graham explores these questions with an empowering perspective on the fullness and goodness of God. Watch this clip from An Undivided Heart, one of the teachings from Radical Permission 1:
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What do you currently believe about God’s love for you? What do you believe about His majesty and His goodness? Is it astonishing? Is it breath-taking?
If it’s not, you need an upgraded perspective on the glory of God and the beauty of living as His beloved child. The goodness of God doesn’t conform to logic because logic can only make sense of what exists in this world. You have to let go of worldly thinking and accept that nothing about God is worldly. Nothing about Him is ordinary, and that means nothing about your relationship with Him can be ordinary either!
In “We Are Only Challenged By Goodness”, one of the many incredible teachings from The Art of Thinking Brilliantly, Graham explores just how outrageous the goodness of God can be. By listening you will gain a better insight into how expansive God’s lovingkindness is and you will gain better insight into how to experience that goodness at all times. The entire teaching “We Are Only Challenged By Goodness” is available to listen to on Youtube for free! Check it out:
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You are not ordinary. In the eyes of the Father you will never be anything but extraordinary. And you need to learn to live life here on Earth the way you are known in Heaven. Allow yourself to be seen the way the Father sees you. Learn to live your life bathed in kindness, and allow that to make you constantly refreshed.
When you see yourself the way the Father sees you, you will always be fit for battle because the enemy has nothing on you. When you learn to abide in the love and favor and majesty of God, every circumstance becomes an opportunity to become closer to the Father, to be lavished again in His unceasing kindness.
In The Kind Intentions of God, Graham unwraps many of the treasures of God’s kindness in a way that is relaxing and refreshing. Listen to a clip from The Kind Intentions of God:
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“For this reason we also, since the day we heard it, do not cease to pray for you, and to ask that you may be filled with the knowledge of His will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding; that you may walk worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing Him, being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God; strengthened with all might, according to His glorious power, for all patience and longsuffering with joy; giving thanks to the Father who has qualified us to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in the light.”
The overwhelming glory of God stems from His unending goodness. It’s in everything He does and everything He is. Goodness is one of the fruits of the Spirit: it’s both the means to an end and the end itself, just as God is our constant companion on the road to His Kingdom and the Kingdom Itself.
What does that mean for us? It means that goodness is our mission statement. Goodness is our watchword and our yardstick by which we measure how we’re handling things. Goodness is us walking the walk as well as talking the talk, and goodness is our revelation of God’s heart to everyone we meet.
Make no mistake about it: goodness is commanded to us. It’s not optional. It’s not an elective. We don’t get to be less good because our buddy across the aisle in church has had a particularly good week. It’s not cumulative: our last three weeks of goodness don’t excuse the week before, and the next three months of goodness don’t allow for tomorrow’s decision not to be good. It’s the only lifestyle that can truly represent God, that exemplifies the heart of Christ, whose example we were set two thousand years before we were born. Continue reading