Do you consider yourself as someone God could use to release miracles, signs and wonders? Or do you think those aspects of the kingdom are reserved for church leaders (or maybe even those in the charismatic movement?) Stop and think about it. If you face a challenge, do you ever think to immediately pray for a miracle?
I know many people admire the culture of miracles we have at Bethel, but I wish people would understand that this kind of access to the kingdom is not supposed to be for a select few! The truth is, every believer can be a miracle worker or a healer. These aspects of Christian life are not relegated to leaders in the church, or apostles or prophets. Rather, we are all invited into an exciting, empowered, adventurous, miraculous life with Holy Spirit. And I believe if we want to start stepping into being world changers, then demonstrating the kingdom on earth as it is in heaven should become “normal Christianity”!
Let’s take a deeper look on today’s Monday Motivation video:
In a nutshell:
- God has called us to have houses of Acts.
- In the book of Acts there were two houses where miracles, signs, wonders occurred and angels visited them often (Simon’s house and John Mark’s house).
- Jesus didn’t say signs and wonders will follow the apostles or prophets who believe, He said these signs will follow those who believe (Mark 16),
- I have a vision that every neighborhood would have watchmen on the walls who move in miracles signs and wonders.
- Imagine a world where people come into your house sick and they leave healed, they come in with a destroyed marriage and they leave reconciled, or they come in demonized and they leave free.