Jesus has provided the model for us, so our life should look like Him. Jesus showed that He was in this world, but He was not of this world.

Jesus was always equipping His disciples. The ones that walked with Him then, and the ones that would walk with Him, like you and I. He continually modeled how we are to live our lives, so we must see what He went out of His way to do. He went to those who needed to see and experience love, acceptance and forgiveness.

Jesus taught. But He didn’t just teach, He spoke with authority. When Jesus advised His disciples to watch and to do as He did, He was telling us … His disciples … to teach, to speak out, to live our lives with the power of God backing our words.

Jesus selected 12 men to become His closest disciples. However, they had many faults and shortcomings. And none of them had any special qualities of amazing skills that would make them look like desirable candidates. They were ordinary people, just like you and me. But God chose them for a purpose.

We are now going to look at how we can equip others, for this relationship we have with our God is never just for us. It is amazing and glorious to walk in who we are, but we will not be who He has called us to be if we aren’t always looking to affect others’ lives.

There are many kinds of prayer. The Bible reveals many types of prayers and employs a variety of words to describe the practice.

Guess what? You are equipped to do exploits! To live equipped for amazing exploits, we must be aware of the upside-down Kingdom of God. Jesus could have done anything on the last night before they came to take Him away and lead Him to His crucifixion. But He chose the best thing. To train His disciples to think upside-down.

If we are going to walk in the supernatural things that God has prepared for us ahead of time to do, we must start by believing for supernatural things to occur as we follow Him in obedience to His Word. Because the structure changed in the New Testament, after the cross, we can now boldly approach the throne of grace.

To live equipped for the supernatural, we must never stop in our pursuit for more of Him. We must be hungry for who He is. We must be hungry every day to be in His Word. We must want to gaze upon His beauty.

2017 Fasting Guide – Day Ten

Wednesday, 18 January 2017 by

We are not trying to become good enough to be a part of our heavenly Father’s household. Once we have accepted Jesus into our lives, we ARE His sons and daughters. Not only has He welcomed us into His family, not leaving us as orphans, but He has blessed us with every spiritual blessing.

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