…but the people who do know their God shall be strong and do great exploits (Daniel 11:32b)
Do you know that you can walk in the supernatural realm and supersede this natural world?
In Habakkuk 2:4 God declares that “the just shall live by his faith.” Nothing has changed since that was declared. Romans 1:17 and Galatians 3:11 also say we will live by faith, and Hebrews 10:38, “the righteous person will live by faith.” It is pretty obvious that God is trying to get this faith fact across to us.
As born again Christians, we are supposed to walk by faith, not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7). The problem has always been that we are trained growing up to see in the natural realm via our five-physical senses and our circumstances, rather than focusing on the supernatural realm – or God’s way of doing things via faith.
To do that, first we have to learn that we have two realms to live in. One is the natural, where most people live. In the Bible, that natural realm had people who dealt in the supernatural but didn’t serve God. That is the enemy’s counterfeit power.
We have to learn how to walk in the realm, the supernatural, that brings us the power that counts – the supernatural power of God. We also need to know that the enemy’s realm is always inferior to God’s ways. God’s ways are higher (Isa. 55:9), as evidenced how He worked through Jesus.
Jesus said we can do greater works than He did (John 14:12). Let us review a few:
At a wedding, He had servants fill up barrels with water that supernaturally turned to wine on its way to the table.
Twice Jesus took a few loaves of bread and a couple of fish and fed 5,000+ men, not counting the women and children who were also fed.
He walked on water (as did Peter until he got into fear).
He healed the blind, lame, sick, raised the dead, supernaturally stuck a cut-off ear back on a soldier’s head, and told the woman of Samaria at the well “all things” she’d ever done (John 4:29).
Have you done any of these things lately? You can. You can walk by Faith and do exploits, things impossible except with God.
First make sure Jesus is your Lord and Saviour. Then read your Bible (listen to/watch faith-based teaching via ministers, CDs, DVDs, read faith-based books) to build up your faith (Romans 10:17). Then obey John 2:5, “Whatever He says to you, do it.”
The Bible says that you can receive according to your faith. If you have trouble believing, simply build up your ability to believe – get in that Word of God. Soon you will be walking in God’s supernatural realm, and it will become normal to you.
Nothing is impossible with God. Believe that –
You have His Word on it!