Now all of us can come to the Father through the same Holy Spirit because of what Christ has done for us.
Ephesians 2: 18 NLT
We have full access to everything for which Jesus died, to touch the poor with His love and grace and bring wholeness and freedom. To touch those who are sick and see them healed and restored. To bring hope to the hopeless and freedom to those in bondage, to find the lost and bring salvation. To cause His Kingdom to break into our world, bringing light where darkness presently reigns.
Every time we go on a bush outreach and encounter a village where the people know nothing about Jesus, we are confident Jesus will come, by the presence of His Holy Spirit, and make Himself known. We boldly ask the villagers to bring forward all who are deaf or blind or sick. We do so trusting the Father’s promise of full access to His Son’s inheritance.
Once again, we ask our faith-filled children to pray. We let them lead the way with their prayers. As they do, many healings happen, and frequently the whole village comes to Christ.
Jesus longs for His Father’s Kingdom to burst out everywhere— whenever, wherever. I don’t want you to read this and think there is something special about us. There isn’t. I don’t want you to think Jesus has specially anointed us for a “special job” that somehow qualifies us to see more miracles than others.
He hasn’t. What we are privileged to be partakers in is the normal Christian life. You have the same full, unfettered access to all the resources of heaven that we do. Miracles can happen where you are— no matter where that is or what you do.
If we begin to understand the Kingdom in these terms, we will begin taking risks. We don’t have to wonder if God will show up. Neither do we have to beg Him to do something. Those who understand they are sons and daughters of the King can walk with confidence. We know we are co-heirs with Jesus. We have inherited all that Jesus Himself has access to.
Walk in your true identity. You have full access to all the power of heaven.