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Heaven Invading Earth By Bill Johnson // Posted on January 14th, 2013 CATEGORIES: LIFE MESSAGES // TAGS: // 0 COMMENTS …We are out to destroy the works of the devil… In what is known as the Lord’s prayer, Jesus said clearly and concisely: “Our Father in Heaven, hallowed be Your name. Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.” (Matthew 6:9-10). The will of God is simply this: “On earth as it is in Heaven.” Isn’t it refreshing? When we pray, “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done,” we’re praying for the King’s dominion and will to be realized right here, right now. That is a life-transforming, paradigm-shattering way to “do” normal Christianity. What is free to operate in Heaven – Joy, peace, wisdom, health, wholeness, and all the other good promises we read about in the Bible – Should be free to operate here on this planet, in your home, your church, your business, and your school. What is not free to operate there – sickness, disease, spiritual bondage, and sin – should not be free to operate here, period. We are out to destroy the works of the devil (1 John 3:8). It’s an awesome way to live! When we make this our primary understanding of God’s will, the other areas that trouble us so much will seem to sort themselves out (Matt. 6:33). When we make this our mission, lives are set free, bodies are restored, darkness lifts from people’s minds, the rule of the enemy is pushed back in every way imaginable. Businesses grow healthy, relationships flower again, people re-connect with their calling and purpose in life, churches grow, and cities feel the effects of having the kingdom flourishing within them. Energy is freed up for Kingdom works in ways I have never seen before. Things happen regularly that are so extraordinary it’s like stepping into the pages of a good novel. But it’s not a made-up lifestyle; it’s the lifestyle for which we were made. The Supernatural Power of a Transformed Mind Chapter 1, pages 32-33 Published by Destiny Image

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1 Sarah R = "What is "normal" Christianity? I believe what this teaching is saying is that many Christians are content with going to church now and then and trying to "be good" and they never really grab hold of what Christianity really is -a transforming relationship with the God of the universe made possible through Jesus. These people have religion, but not faith. The scary part of this is that Jesus warned that many religious people will come to Judgment Day and hear Jesus say, "I never knew you," because they had no living faith. See it for yourself in Matthew 7:21-23 and Matthew 25:31-46.See the video, "Lukewarm.""
2 John Kuykendall = "Thank you for the article, I also believed that Jesus came to show us we can transform our minds. Jesus said, “Verily, verily, I say unto you, except a corn of wheat falls into the ground and dies, it abideth alone: but if it dies, it bringeth forth much fruit.” (John 12:24) Jesus is giving us a parable that explains that a seed must ‘die’ in order to give life, likewise we must die in order to give life to our higher self by relinquishing our hold on life, letting it go in order to participate in the kingdom of heaven, which is here and now. The passageway of dying to an old way of being in order to be born into a new way of being means letting go of our loneliness with the aim of finding something to live for, good enough to die for. Living today, not yesterday or tomorrow, but expanding our mind to learn from all the paths that crisscross coming together and moving apart, dying in different ways to know what lives beyond it. John Kuykendall's author page"
3 Cary W = "This is a determination of mind that agrees in God there is only goodness, therefore His will on Earth and in our daily life should consist of the purely good and benevolent will of God Most High!"
4 Cary W = "Our spirits automatically rejoice when we behold love in action, goodness in our midst and miracles displacing dis-ease, obstacle or disharmony."