The Supernatural Nature of God

It is impossible to believe in God without his help. The act of believing in God is a supernatural gift from Him. Faith is a gift and we can’t drum it up or do it without Him.

Because of Christ’s nature we can’t have faith in God without fully embracing the Supernatural. Christ is both man and God, there is no seperation. God became natural flesh. He is the natural doorway to a supernatural relationship. In Philosophy God is described as being ‘metaphysical’ which means beyond the natural world and it was Christ’s mission to re-connect us within this reality. Because of Christ we are now fully supernatural while being totally natural. You ARE metaphysical. We don’t need to strive to be miraculous; we can rest in our true identity. There is no distance and no seperation between you and supernatural power. You’re plugged in.

God is supernatural, Christ has embraced us into this reality and so we are fully supernatural Sons. He has made us whole!

It is impossible for you to not be supernatural! Sitting takes no effort and it is by realising we are sat in Christ we can wield true authority. This is not just for one off displays of power like Elijah but is for an eternal union with Christ. And this is why the greatest displays of God’s raw power will be seen by a company of Sons intoxicated by His love while gazing into His eyes! They won’t be contending for the miracle, they will be resting in Him.

So while the media are declaring over the UK that this summer there will be droughts, we are saying there will be no droughts! The UK is not in a desert season! We make a decree that before this summer the land will be watered and we command the natural land to recognise
its spiritual reality – in Christ there is no desert season and no drought! We believe weather
patterns will come into line with truth this summer!

Glory!

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