The man that God will work with must be ready to pay the price to be processed under God. Spiritual power and spiritual experiences come with processing. An unprocessed man cannot carry the anointing and bring glory to God. When Jesus called His disciples, He called them first of all for divine incubation before sending them out. Incubation is processing, and it is staying under this that qualifies a man for spiritual power and experiences. How much time you spend with God is going to determine the authenticity that you have in ministry and the process that produced you.
God is a God of process. The major problem with this generation is that men are not ready to pay the price to have spiritual power and experiences. But the truth is, if it is genuine, there will be a price attached to it. Jesus told the disciples in Luke 24:49 to tarry in Jerusalem until they were endued with power from on high. So, where did you get the version of your divine power without divine process? Anything valuable always has a price tag. If you see anything that is valuable, that is cheap, it is either somebody paid for it or it is stolen. Authentic power has a price tag.
There is a price you will have to pay to walk in the authentic power of God. If you see a man that works in supposed power and you don't see a price in his life, it's false power he's working with. The man that God will work with must pay the price for spiritual experiences. Specific callings and specific anointing call for specific prices that we must constantly be paying. May the Lord find you dependable to carry His power these last days.
PRAYER: I receive grace to pay the price to carry the authentic power of God in my generation. Amen!
BIBLE IN A YEAR: 2 Samuel 1:1-2:11; John 12:20-50; Psalm 118:19-29; Proverbs 15:27-28
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