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June 7, 2021

God does not want us to live daily life outwardly in this outer realm. We still cannot fully live in the spirit realm as spiritual beings, because after all we are still ‘imprisoned’ in our outer bodies.

But God gave His Holy Spirit to us so that we can live supernaturally in this natural world, and naturally continue to manifest God’s supernaturality on this earth (We live supernaturally natural and naturally supernatural). God wants us to live in the new world that He provides for us (Revelation 21: 1-5). God gives us the gift to taste and enjoy the power and authority of “the world to come” (Hebrews 6: 5) in our daily lives.

Try to understand this from the point of view of His sovereignty. For God, He has accomplished everything that should only be manifested in the future from the beginning of all ages. He is the Alpha and the Omega – the first and the last. All things are in Him. He created the end from the beginning and for Him He remains sovereign over the beginning even though it is at the end point. So, with Him having created the future, He can lead us to enjoy that future in the present!

1. Believers who have succeeded in ‘entering and living in the new world’ will find no delay in the fulfillment of the Word.

Whatever God’s Word they receive or say will immediately happen – instantly and without the slightest delay (Acts 13: 6-11).

2. Believers who live in the new world will always find various miracles and wonders accompanying their daily lives.

This is because their bodies have completely become God’s ‘habitation’. So, whatever they pray (say and talk with God) will immediately get a response from the Almighty Himself (John 11: 41-42).

So, ‘what was wrong’ or ‘what was inaccurate’ in our daily lives, we will be able to fix by using the authority that comes from the ‘world to come’ (Mark 7:37, Revelation 21: 5).

 

Through words or declarations that we speak, we make what the Father has provided in the spiritual realm for the future, we can present and enjoy in the present. Through His Word, we draw what the Father has in store for us in the future – to cover what is not there and be made into the present. #ILoveGod

Ps. Steven Agustinus