MANIFESTING THE SUPERNATURAL (2) - I CORINTHIANS 2:6-13

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I have observed in life that noone is ahead of another by mistake and most people that are poor are responsible for their condition. People with lesser capacities are always the ones asking for greater donations. The truth is that God can do all things but He cannot do all things through everybody.

God loves every one of us equally, but He does not reward equally. Equal reward is what led to the fall of communism; destroying the strong for the sake of the weak. It is a doctrine of the devil. Capitalism on the other hand does not believe in equality, so it uses slave driving.

However, the kingdom also does equalization; but here, everyone is equalized to the standard of Jesus. Jesus took over the earth spiritually and legally to give it to us, the little ones that God is raising up. So, our responsibility is to take back the earth physically and practically for God. 

If you carry the call and you live a controversial life physically, then your effectiveness to deliver the full worth of your spiritual deposit in the physical will be reduced. There is no limitation in the spiritual things that God releases; the limitation is always in the physical realm. So if you want to have a lasting effect on the earth with the spiritual things that God has given you, then you have to respect the physical life.

The supernatural is our origin! We cannot avoid the supernatural. Sometimes, your discerning is behind your reasoning, but the safe way is for your discerning to be ahead of your reasoning so that you can make decisions based on discernment. 

 

There are some Churches that have mastered the physical side to the point that they disrespect the spiritual, and there is the other set of Churches that respect the spiritual at the expense of the physical. Usually, those that favor the physical alone have more visible results than those that favor the spiritual side alone. However, the greatest effectiveness is in the balance of both sides.

Prayer: Lord, make me the man that can sustain your work and that you can work freely with. I receive the grace for a balanced life in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Bible in a year: 1 Kings 5:1-6:38, Acts 7:1-29, Psalm 127:1-5, Proverbs 16:28-30