Wednesday, March 26, 2008

The Full Extent

imagestdjlGod can and will do anything. Do you believe and walk in that statement? If you are not you are not living up to the full extent of the Word of God and will not see the power of the Almighty.

If my Bible reads like yours, it tells us that, "with God all things are possible." Matthew 19:26. What is the full extent of that statement? Well, I can tell you what it is not.

It is not, allowing evil to seduce your brother, watch as a friend succumbs to illness, nor standing by as your nation crumbles.heavenlycountry The Word says, ALL...yes...ALL things are possible. Not just the things you think God might allow, the full extend of that statement is "ALL".

If I have, turned my mind over to Christ, disciplined my mind and put on the mind of Christ,then I will walk away from the human nature of putting limits and control over the acts of God. I will see the fullness of the Word, the working of the Holy Spirit and the pleasure of God to act of our behalf.

If you are not walking in the power of the Holy Spirit, you are not walking in the full extent of the Word. You are missing the boat. It is sailing away into the sunset without you. You are denying unto yourself the mysteries, wonders and power of God.
Well now, what does it mean to walk in the Holy Spirit? To be renewed and to see God in everything. To be led in your thoughts by God. To know the voice of your Father. To expect the unexplainable. To know, intimately your Lord. To give up your natural being.

The full extent of the Word is yours for the taking. It is a gift that you can take hold of and enjoy. The full extent is where we, as Christians, should be dwelling. Living outside of ourselves and in Him.


channelofhealing said...

Amen and Amen. Godbless you for this post.

jim said...

I agree with every thing you are saying. I am trying to walk that way in The Lord.

Given55 said...

Thank you both for your comments.


It is happening. No restraints on the Lord.