UNDERSTANDING THE SUPERNATURAL - 2 PETER 1:1-4; LUKE 5:1-9

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Bible in a year: Deuteronomy 4:1-49, Luke 6:39-7:10, Psalm 68:1-18, Proverbs 11:28

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God has built each of us with different capabilities.  Put in all effort to be your very best in life and not the best. Do not compete with others; rather compete with your divine instructions. The vision you carry is your preservation and it also points out the kind of road you are to take. There will definitely be fights for your destiny. These can either be minor fights or major fights. For instance: David. His brother abused him (minor fight), while Goliath came with curses (major fight) and he was able to differentiate and identify his major fight. Avoid the offence traps the devil throws at you, it means there is a major miracle ahead. 

It is not the supernatural that you cannot control that affects your manifestation; it is the natural that you can control. So, master the natural that will eventually determine how much of the supernatural you manifest in your life time. The devil, if he cannot supply your information, will try to interpret it for you so as to affect what you do with your natural. In Luke 5, Peter had to drop the net; Jesus didn’t do it for him. Do not allow the devil to become your interpreter of problems and challenges that you are going through. His plan is to block your view of the answer and solution packages from God. If you can team up with the Holy Spirit and your pastor (God's representative in the anointing) to get divine interpretation to the battles of life, you will defeat the enemy.

God does not give natural things in answers to prayers; He gives the supernatural equivalents. For instance, He gives power to make wealth (Deut 8:18). It is how we work with the supernatural He supplies that determine our outcome in the natural. The difference between magic and a miracle is this; you can explain a miracle but you cannot explain the magic. God does not work magic but He is still doing miracles in our day, Halleluyah!

There are supernatural experiences that are not available for everybody; some are available for everyone because we are all God’s people, but others are peculiar to the called. For example, God will not talk to everybody by an audible voice. Every pastor is to teach the people these things lest Satan takes advantage of them.

Prayer: Lord, I receive my eyes of understanding to be opened to every natural aspect of my life that I need to take care of and get ready before my supernatural comes. Lord, help me not to be a waster of divine input and encounters in Jesus’ name. Amen.