OBEDIENCE; THE KEY TO SUPERNATURAL EXPERIENCE - JOHN 2:5, 2 KINGS 5:1-14, 2 KINGS 4:1-7

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Your obedience is what connects you to the supernatural. Until you begin to take the issue of obeying God very serious, you will keep being cut off from miracles and the supernatural. Perhaps you have kept wondering why you hardly experience miracles or it seems that the supernatural is not real because you don't experience it. 

The reason may not be far-fetched. Ask yourself, “Am I obeying God?” Since I came on the road of the calling, I can stand before the Master and tell Him I have obeyed everything I am sure He told me to do to date. That’s why our experience is in the dimension of the supernatural in the Dream Centre. I encourage you to come on board in the road of obedience too and you will experience the supernatural.

All through the Scriptures, we see men who obeyed and had miracles in their lives. From Naaman the leper who obeyed Elisha to dip seven times in Jordan, to the servants that Mary the mother of Jesus instructed to obey whatever Jesus told them to do at the marriage feast at Cana. 

Also, remember the woman whose sons were to be enslaved but came to the man of God who told her what to do and she obeyed. Peter also who toiled all night and caught nothing but at the word of the Master, Jesus, let down his net and had a return of the double boat (Luke. 5:4–7), similarly, Peter stepped out of the boat at the Master’s word (Matt. 14:28:29). Beloved, your obedience is what connects you to the supernatural dimension.

 

PRAYER: Help me Lord to always have my obedience complete. Amen.

 

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: 1 Chronicles 26:12-27:34, Romans 4:13-5:5, Psalm 14:1-7, Proverbs 19:17

 


 


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