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Father, You LOVE them as much as you Love Me

I want to highlight how Jesus concentrated on His love toward us, when He was focusing on the doctrine of asking whatever we want in prayer and getting it. The two passages are from John 14-17, and Ephesians 3.

Jesus says as much as the Father loved Him, He (Jesus) loves us.
He says as much as the Father loves Him, the Father loves us.
He says the glory/value the Father gave Jesus, He has given to us.
Jesus says the peace He has, He has given to us.
Jesus says the house He dwells in, He has given us real estate there.
Jesus says the Joy that He has, He has given to us.
Jesus says the word the Father gave him, He has given to us.
Jesus says the Spirit and Power for ministry He has, He has given to us.
Jesus says the authority the Father gave Him, He has given to us.
Jesus says He is our friend.
Jesus says He wants to be with us.
Jesus says He wants us to be with Him.
As if this is not enough, He says He wants to be in us the way the Father is in Him and us in Him.

This is both an action doctrine, in how God acts toward us, but also a definition of our identity in Jesus Christ.

In context of all things Jesus kept saying, ask whatever you want and you will get it.

Thus, when Paul prays for the church in Ephesians, the prayer is basically about them knowing about God’s love and then also experiencing God’s love. The conclusion of knowing and experiencing God love leads to two things. One, is that we are made full with God’s ablity and life. Second, is that in our prayers for good things, God gives to us exceedingly beyond what we ask or think. Think about the 12 large baskets left over from the feeding of the five thousand.

Think about how Jesus and the Apostles focus seems so different from how some preach on this topic. They always talk about the will of God this and that, in regards to prayer. Yet, Jesus does not even mention this, if only indirectly by suggesting God’s will is that prayers are based on man’s will. Jesus’ emphasis is about how loving God is toward us. Thus, when we pray, we presuppose the greatness of our Father’s love, so that “whatever” we ask for, we get it. A person who receives the truths of their beloved, superior identity, as Jesus taught us above, will obviously approach the throne of God will boldness and gratitude. They will ask and they will receive.

“In My Father’s house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a PLACE for you.” (14:1)

 “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to My Father. 13 And WHATEVER you ASK in My name, that I will DO, that the Father may be glorified in the Son.  If you ask anything in My name, I will do it. (14:12-14)

“Because I live, you will LIVE also. At that day you will know that I am in My Father, and you in Me, and I in you. (14:19-20)

“Jesus answered and said to him, “If anyone loves Me, he will keep My word; and My Father will LOVE him, and We will come to him and make Our HOME with him. (14:23)

“PEACE I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid. (14:27)

“If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, you will ASK what you desire, and it shall be DONE for you. By this My Father is glorified (15:7-8)

“As the Father LOVED Me, I also have LOVED you; abide in My love. (15:9)

 “These things I have spoken to you, that My JOY may remain in you, and that your joy may be full.” (15:11)

“Greater LOVE has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his FRIENDS.” (15:13)

“No longer do I call you servants, for a servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you FRIENDS, for all things that I heard from My Father I have made known to you” (15:15)

 “You did not choose Me, but I CHOSE you and appointed you that you should go and bear fruit, and that your fruit should remain” (15:16)

“If they obeyed my teaching, they will obey yours also.” (15:20)

“However, when He, the Spirit of truth, has come, He will guide you into all truth; for He will not speak on His own authority, but whatever He hears He will speak; and He will tell you things to come.” (16:13)

“Ask, and you will receive, that your JOY may be full.” (16:24)

 In that day you will ASK in My name, and I do not say to you that I shall pray the Father for you;  for the Father Himself LOVES you, because you have loved Me, and have believed that I came forth from God.” (16:26-27)

 “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have PEACE. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” (16:33)

“They know that everything you have given me comes from you. For I gave them the words you gave me and they accepted them. They knew with certainty that I came from you, and they believed that you sent me.  (17:7-8)

“GLORY has come to me through them.” (17:10)

“I say these … that they may have the full measure of my JOY within them.” (17:13)

“For them I sanctify myself, that they too may be truly sanctified.” (17:19)

“I have given them the GLORY that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one— I in them and you in me” (17:22-23)

“That you LOVE them as much as you love me” (17:23 NLT)

“Then your LOVE for me will be in them, and I will be in them.” (17:26)

“I pray that from his glorious, unlimited resources he will empower you with inner strength through his Spirit. Then Christ will make his home in your hearts as you trust in him. Your roots will grow down into God’s LOVE and keep you strong. 18 And may you have the power to understand, as all God’s people should, how wide, how long, how high, and how deep his LOVE is.  May you experience the LOVE of Christ, though it is too great to understand fully. Then you will be made complete with all the fullness of life and power that comes from God.

Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think.”
(Ephesians 3:16-20 NLT)


God does not Listen to Sinners

“We know God does not listen to sinners.” -Former blind man

Jesus, not the WCF, but God’s test of orthodoxy is asking for whatever you want and then getting this from Him (John 14-16). This is something only children and insiders and do. It is not something the religious traditionalists can mimic by washing the outside and not the inside. No. This is an outside proof of orthodoxy God has put into place. God has been kind to us so that we have an easy test to know if someone is an outsider or insider of the Contract made by His Son’s blood.  Some things the traditionalist can mimic, but as the former blind man testified to the traditionalists in the Sanhedrin, “we know God does not listen to sinner,” thus they cannot perform this test of orthodoxy. They do not get answers to their prayers, because they have no faith, and they have no faith because they are sinners and outsiders to God’s Contract blessings.

This is why men have conspired against God to form their own creeds and garbage test of orthodoxy in the WCF. Their trash level orthodoxy protects them from having to be insiders to God’s convent and from the embarrassment to prove they belong to God. Their test of orthodoxy is an intellectual a@#-wipe, their doctrines are demonic.

This former blind man still testifies today against all the trash level orthodoxy that the traditionist use to expel and persecute those who follow God’s test of orthodoxy.  This former blind man will one day testify against all traitors to God’s orthodoxy. He will point his finger to many famous and historical so-called heroes of the church and say, “we know God does not listen to sinners.”


For more reading see the master’s desk. “Predestination and Miracles,” by Vincent Cheung.


Because we Know God Served us

For I will forgive their wickedness
    and will remember their sins no more.

Hebrews 8:13

After He had offered one sacrifice for sins forever, sat down at the right hand of God, from that time waiting till His enemies are made His footstool.  For by one offering He has perfected forever those who are being Sanctified.”
Hebrews 10:12-14

For the law, having a shadow of the good things to come, and not the very image of the things, can never with these same sacrifices, which they offer continually year by year, make those who approach perfect. For then would they not have ceased to be offered? For the worshipers, once purified, would have had no more consciousness of sins. But in those sacrifices there is a reminder of sins every year.”
Hebrews 10:1-3.

God has once-and-for-all forgiven and forgotten your sins as a believer. This forgetting is not spiritual Alzheimer’s. God knows all things. However, God unlike us, has perfect and compete mastery of His mind. Thus, if He chooses not to consider our sins (i.e. to forget), then He does so with perfect control of His Mind. There will not be a moment when something triggers Him, and He then considers all your sins “against you.” This is something Christians need to imitate their Father more in. They need to have mastery of their minds so that the emotions they experience is by their own control and timing, rather than their emotions controlling them like dumb animals.

Hebrews 8 says “where there is forgiveness, there no longer remains a sacrifice.” If our future sins needed to be forgiven, then there would remain a need for a sacrifice to remove them. But if they are already forgiven by Jesus and accepted by the Father, then there is no need for any more sacrifices. Jesus sat down because it was finished.

In Romans 6 Paul says for us to reckon yourself dead to sin, or assent to this as a truth about you. We are not perfect, as both James and John remind us in their letters. Thus this is essentially a “Word of Faith confession,” on faith and not by sight. By faith we assent and declare we are sinless and dead to sin. If we did this by our experience, then we could not say this. It is by faith in God’s promise alone we can say this.

Hebrews 10 says that if worshipers are truly forgiven, then they would not be “conscience” about their sin. As with God, it is not as if we cannot technically remember our sins, but because we know they are forgiven, and God has declared us righteous, we do not recall and consider them anymore. In fact, the bible’s meaning for “do not worry,” means “do not think” about this or that. The passage goes on to say that Jesus has already, “perfected” us who are being sanctified today. We are perfect in God’s eyes. This is the only real relevant thing that matters.

Thus, if you are mindful of your sins today, more than how righteous, how perfect, blameless, favored, a child of God and a co-heir with Jesus, then you are weak in your inner man; you are weak regarding faith in the finished work of Jesus.

Why then do we confess our sins to God, you ask?

The simplest reason is the most obvious, which is why I guess people miss it. God commands that we do. Jesus gives a daily prayer (The Lord’s prayer) that has in it our confession for mercy. Even if we are given no explanation as to why, this is all the reason we need to know. Christian responsibility is solely on God’s command and nothing else.

Even though God does not consider our sins against us, and we are not conscience of our own sins, because they are forgiven, yet we are still in a relationship, fellowship and communion with God. We love Him. We fellowship with Him daily. We communion with Him more than or own family. We love Him so much. He saved us. He is the world to us. If we sin, it was against Him. It is good as ask forgiveness and mercy from Him. Also, the devil can use this against us. However, if we confess our sins, God is “just” (not merely merciful) to cleanse us of all unrighteousness. This cleansing is about our conscience toward God, and renewing our thinking. It is not about the official record against us, or that God suddenly considers our sins against us. It is not as if the Father takes the List Jesus nailed to the cross, and daily rewrites new sins on it, until we confess. It was nailed to the cross because our entire record was delt with and finished. Our confession helps to protect us. Thus, there is no room for the devil to accuse us. It renews our mind by reminding us that all our sins past, present and future are already forgiven, and we are holy in God’s sight. This is putting on the new-man.

We ask, not because our futures sins are not forgiven. We ask from a position of victory and superiority. God as removed all our sins and Jesus at that place and time, endured the punishment for them.  In God’s mind, (which is the only Mind that matters) He considers all our sins punished on Jesus, therefore they were. The receipt was printed off and nailed to the cross. It is done.

Many focus on sins way, way, way too much. They do this because they do not actually believe they are forgiven, and so they can’t move on from that point.  Forgiveness of sins is the doorway of the gospel. The content of the gospel are the many blessings, miracles, favor, healings and prosperity. Many stands at the doorway of the gospel and stop. They never enter in the gospel. They think they are honoring the Master of the house by admiring the door, but the Master is sitting at the table waiting for you to come in and dine with Him. He is only pleased once you enter and partake of the table. To stand at the door and never partake of His good things, is a dishonor and insult to the Master of the gospel.

The same with endless prayers. You have the authority to use Jesus Name one time and command Satan and sickness to leave. One mention of the Lord’s prayer is all you need to ask forgiveness. If you want to ask more, I will not tell you not too, but only say watch your own mind and ask if you are being sin or righteousness conscience.

Many are sin conscience. But we just went over the fact that if we are truly forgiven, we are NOT sin conscience, but rather righteousness conscience. I do not know another man’s conscience, but they must be honest with themselves. You are commanded to be constantly conscience of your righteousness, your sonship and companionship with God, not sin. Satan is constantly mindful of our sins. Many act like their father the devil.

 Paul in 2 Corinthians 5 say our old man is already gone, dead and does not exist. We are now, a new creation. If you are not a new creation you are still unsaved. A few verses later Paul elaborates on what this “new creation” is by saying we are the righteousness of God. Do not think on the old man. This why Satan, tries to deceive Christians to label themselves with titles outside of Jesus Christ, to keep them weak and defeated. He does this with sinners (I am pathetic, a vile sinner, a slut, a grasshopper) so that it is harder to accept the truths preached by Christianity.

At any rate, we think about reality. If someone is born-again and keeps thinking about the old man in unrighteousness, they are delusional and disconnected form realty in their mind. They are in essence putting the old-man thinking back on and taking the new-man off.  

The reality is that I am the righteousness of God. We are commanded to put off the old man, and its way of thinking, and put on the new-man and its thinking. This new man thinks he is the very righteousness of God and not merely a sub-heir, but a co-heir with Jesus Christ, who sits at the right hand of Power. This is who I am.

 “So let us come boldly to the throne of our gracious God. There we will receive his mercy, and we will find grace to help us when we need it most.”
Hebrews 4:16

If you are sin conscience, do not expect to “boldly” approach the throne to receive help. We hope such persons will have help despite their disobedient, cowardly and non-bold approaching, but for us we will be conscience of our righteousness when approaching the throne. By this we will approach boldly. We will not serve God like Martha, because we know God served us and gave us His favor, sonship and righteousness. Thus, we will sit at His feet and keep receiving His unmerited supply. We can boldly receive this because we know we are so righteous and perfect and glorious. Because God’s unmerited favor is the foundation for all our good things, His praise will forever be on our lips and His worship on our tongues.


I AM a Grasshopper?

The Bible never calls Christians “sinners” and never calls their hearts “idolatry” or “deceitful” referring to their life after regeneration.

Stop belittling yourself for nothing, you fool! The power for holiness that the Spirit has placed in us is much greater than you can imagine.

Andre De Mattos Duarte

Andre is correct.

We are never labelled as sinners in the bible, that is, those who are born again. We are called children of God with God’s “seed” or “nature in us. We are told if our nature is “sin” and we wilfully practice it, we are not from God, but Satan (1 John 3-4).

The Corinthians who had so many issues, are labelled by the Apostle Paul as those who have inherited life, death, time and the entire world. Paul’s says they will one day judge angels. He labels the people, whose behavior is (in some areas) human and sinful, as “saints,” “new creations,” “reconciled to God,” and the very “righteousness of God.” He says they are “God’s light,” “God’s righteousness,” and “God’s temple.” He never says they are the worst of sinners. He says the opposite. He says they use to be that way, but now they are something different.
Paul says the “gospel” was predestined for (not God’s glory), but theirs. He says they have the fellowship of the Son, and even have the Mind of Christ. Referring to us as a true definition (A tree is organic), the bible always labels us as Saints, holy, undefiled, light, righteousness, power and heirs etc.

Paul did say in the present tense “I am the worst of sinners.” However, it is not that simple. It is said like a label he earned in the past for persecuting the body of Christ, and to this day, no one has taken the label from him. Thus, the entire context, as a whole, shows it to be a past tense label, to which very few or none but Paul can claim. The absurdity to say this is meant in the present tense, would mean Paul presently is attacking the body of Christ in the same way he did before he was born-from-above, because that is the context for the label.

For example, if I was in the military for a few years and earned the record for the “worst parachuter.” However, I left and have been working as a butler for 50 years, and yet, after all this time my worst record still stands. If that is the case I can say, “I am the worst parachuter.” Even though I am not presently in the military, or presently a parachuter, nor have been for 50 years, I can say in the present tense (I am the worst parachuter), but it refers to the past.

Since I have the record as the worst parachuter, then no one else can claim it. If they do they are delusional and a thief. Paul says God chose him specifically, as the worst sinner, to show off His grace and power. Thus, you cannot claim it for yourself, it belongs to Paul. Christians who do this are delusional, thieves and are acting like spiritual perverts. To claim to be the worst of sinners in the present tense today, would logically mean you are presently attacking and destroying the body of Jesus Christ, or something equally damming. If that is truly you, then claim such a title so that I can avoid you. If not, then you are so delusional, I would also want to avoid you.

Why do I need to explain basic grammar to adults who say they know the bible and can discern it?

Jesus, like Paul referring to the behaviour of the Corinthians, at times would label His disciples as “foolish” or “spiritual perverts” because they could not cast out demon, but this was not a label about who they are. We all find those few sins we are more easily ensnared by, but to label ourselves by them, is to label the ministry of Jesus, His Gospel and nature with such labels. It is horrific level blaspheme. and insulting. Jesus is not a minister of sin, or sickness or any other negative thing to His chosen ones.

I always find it odd that so-called Christians want to affirm how awful they are. I am an porn-star Christian, I am a alcoholic Christian, I am a vile sinner, I am a grasshopper and they are too big (etc.).

Such a confession would logically lead back to God, and how ineffective His is at forgiving, sanctifying and empowering His chosen ones. There also could be some connection to the unforgivable sin against the Spirit, by connecting your confession of sinfulness, worthlessness, and patheticness to the Spirit who lives in the believer.

At the end of the day God gets to play with reality and define reality the way he wants. I am the righteousness of God and not that God is the righteousness of God. I’m am. I am what I am. By the grace of God. The Bible rejects pantheism, thus, what God creates and gives me, is “me,” or “mine.” I am a child of God, a prince of heaven, with free access to the throne, while other created beings do not have this access. This is me. I am what I am, by the grace of God.

When God thinks of me, He thinks I am holy; He thinks I am righteous with His righteousness, blameless, and empowered with His power; God thinks I am amazing and glorious. Who am I to disregard God unless I’m a reprobate?

That is why the word of faith confessions of reprobates is a confession in how sinful God sees them, because that who they are. It is natural for reprobates to label themselves as grasshoppers. God will see to it they die as grasshoppers in the desert, every last one of them. But the children of faith, who give a declaration of confidence in God’s promises; yes, those who confess His great promises of healing, miracles and power are true for them today (no matter how fantastical they are) God will insure they will inherit the land, every last one of them.


Word of Faith

We have the same Spirit of Faith.” -Paul

Psalm 116 is all able David being in trouble, then calling out to God and then God saving him. This is the same Spirit of Faith that Paul said he has, and by extension, we have.

 I believed when I spoke, “I am afflicted greatly.”
 I said in my haste, “Everyone is a liar.”

“I was brought low, but he gave me victory. Return, O my soul, to your repose, for Yahweh has dealt bountifully with you. For you have rescued me from death.”

I love him, because Yahweh has heard the voice of my supplications. Because he has inclined his ear to me.” (Psalm 116:10, 7-8, 1-2 LEB)

Consider David in Psalm 31

“Blessed is Yahweh, because he has worked marvelously his loyal love to me in a besieged city.

As for me, I said in my [haste], “I am cut off from before your eyes.”

However you heard the voice of my supplications when I cried to you for help.”

David feeling the pressure of fear and in “haste” says something that is not a faith declaration of victory, “I am cut off.”

But then in Psalm 31 David calms down and asks in faith for God to rescue him. He has confidence God will do so. One quick lesson we learn from this is that a faith declaration is stronger than an unbelief declaration said in haste. Sin is strong but the Spirit is stronger. Unbelief can cause you not enter the Promise Land, but faith is still stronger.  If you haven’t committed the unforgivable sin, then hope and victory are still yours for the taking. God is stronger, and the Saints are given, even commanded, to walk in God’s power and might! There is nothing to hard for God, and thus, there is nothing too hard for His chosen ones.

In further context of Paul’s letter to the Galatians, we know the same faith that Abraham had, to receive miracles and blessings, is our same faith and miracles. The SAME Faith and certain outcome of miracles and blessings. Thus, Paul in more than one way teaches how the Old Testament faith that produced miracles is our same faith today, if not more so because of God’s contract in blood through Jesus Christ.

Thus, wee see Paul teach the “Word of Faith,” and “Name it and Claim it,” doctrine.

But what does it say? “The word is near you; it Is in your mouth and in your heart,” that is, the message concerning faith that we proclaim: If you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you [declare] your faith and are saved,” Romans 10:9-10.

We believed in our hearts that Jesus has forgiven us and so we spoke, or declared with our mouths it to be truth. We name it. We name ourselves as forgiven and righteous in God’s sight, through Christ. We claim it by faith. By faith we save ourselves. By faith we heal ourselves.

It is a logical point of non-relevance that God is the direct, absolute and only real cause of all things. It is irrelevant that God is the metaphysical author of sin and evil, when discussing our will, our declaration and faith to be saved, because God is not what He creates (the bible denies pantheism) and He has commanded us to do these things. He talks to us on our level and expects us to respond to Him on this same human level that He is engaging us on. To ignore this, is to ignore God. 

According to Jesus, in context of salvation (Luke 7:50) the most God-centered man who ever lived, this means “your faith has saved you.” Jesus is God, so He must knew He is the one who “ultimately” saves her, right? I mean, the theologians know this, because every chance they get, they remind us of this. But why is it that the most God-centered man, never reminds us of this, or very rarely reminds us of this? Why does the most God-centered man speak in contradictions to what the theologians emphasize? Did people back then perfectly knew and excepted the absolute and direct sovereignty of God, and this is why Jesus hardly ever mentions this emphasis? Of course not. They sound so different because Jesus and the theologians teach a different gospel, a different God-centeredness and different God altogether.

Naming and Claiming, is the inheritance of the children of Abraham. In fact, it is with Abraham that the bible introduces the doctrine of God declaring someone righteous in His sight. God declares Abraham righteous in His sight after Abraham declared he believed God would be faithful to do all the good things He promised to do, including making Abraham’s name great, blessed, and supernatural health.

God then said his new name is “Father of Many Nations.” Thus, Abraham lived a life of constant “Word of Faith declarations,” and “name it and claim it.” Every time he used his name or introduced his name to someone, it was naming something that did not exist, and claiming that it does exist. Imagine the long years of Abraham’s servants hearing this.

Imagine Abraham is about to introduce himself to a new neighbor, and servant A says to servant B, “here he goes again.” How many years has it been, since he has been claiming to be the “father of many nations,” while he is childless and in his 90’s? Servant B. “Well, he’s a good master, and so I will gladly follow him, but his “Word of Faith” declaration of things that do not exist and cannot exist is delusional.”

But we know how the story ends. We know how Abraham kept “naming and claiming it,” until what did not exist, did exist, and Sarah conceived Isaac.

Our entire gospel, doctrine of imputed righteousness, and blessing all started as a Word of Faith declaration. The promise, the gospel and the blessing of Abraham still stands today (Galatians 3), with the certain outcomes of the Spirit and miracles. We prove ourselves to be true children of Abraham, if we have the same faith. Yes, the same Spirit of faith that names and claims things that do not exist (a healed body) and bring them into existence. How can one claim to have the same faith as Abraham, if they never do Word of Faith declarations? There are many promises with certain outcomes of victory, thus, we ought to be “Naming and Calming” all the time, so that we can at least have some of these many promises.

Many live in a habitual animalist feeling of haste and fear. These are the same ones who mock the Word of Faith guys. Yet, they daily Name and Claim things all day long. The only difference is that they declare themselves, sick, suffering and afflicted by God’s will. Yet, these are the things God reserves for reprobates. Sure, it is possible for born-again saint to be handed over to Satan for the destruction of their body so that their soul might be saved. Yet, but this is an exception, and we are not commanded by God to strive to be like that. If you make this rare expectation your goal, don’t be surprised if you end up in hell.  These critics make it their goal to outdo their peers in how much they can “Name and Claim” the title reprobate.  They are the ones in agreement with the 10 elders who gave a bad report in unbelief. They are animalistic in their reasoning. They confess what they see, touch and experience as a contradiction against the promises of God. They declare based on what they see.

We confess the Word of Faith, in the promise of God, not in what we see, feel, touch or experience. Let us confess all the more, knowing the outcome is certain victory. God is pleased with such faith. God is pleased with faith that expects Him to richly reward. Let strive to outdo each other in trying to please God more, by seeking more rewards and greater rewards in our Word of Faith confessions. Let us Name and Claim so many promises of God that we become heroes of faith. Let our names be worthy, so that the world is unworthy to speak them.  Let our names become too valuable for these reprobates to pronounce them on their filthy lips.

The truth is that a child who daily confesses Psalm 23 with faith, who Names and Claims this, is 100X better than 90% of theologians and Christians and 10,000X more than any cessationist. 

Christ has already bore your sins, sickness, and curses on the cross. He has already declared you righteous, and deposited your healings, blessings, and prosperity in a warehouse with “your” name on it. Speaking on the human level, your healing is not with God, but has already been deposited to your account. It’s already yours. Faith is the request order to get what belongs to you. Stop begging God, as if you are a reprobate outsider; rather, march in the warehouse like a prince and let Jacob take possession of his blessing. The devil will scream at you to not go and get your stuff; he will often do this through cessationist and people of tradition. He will tell you, you are not worthy, you don’t have the right paperwork, and God doesn’t like you. The truth, it is the devil, traditionalist and scholastic cattle that hates you. Let me tell you what love is. You did not love God, but God loved you so much He gave His only Son to be a wrath bearing atonement to save, heal and bless you.

The Father loves us so much that He has predestined us to bear much fruit for healing, prophecy, and miracles. He answers our prayers excessively beyond that we ask or think. This is the Word of Faith I read in the scripture, and it is the word of faith upon my lips.

‘The kingdom of heaven has come near.’

Heal the sick,
raise the dead,
cleanse those who have leprosy,
drive out demons.
Matthew 10:7‭-‬8 NIV

But if it is by the Spirit of God that I drive out demons,
then the kingdom of God has come upon you.
Matthew 12:28 NIV

For the kingdom of God is not in word but in power.
I Corinthians 4:20

How can your church be part of God’s Kingdom if it doesn’t do Kingdom activities? How can your church be in the Kingdom if they do not expell the kingdom of darkness by the power of God’s Spirit? If they don’t participate in God’s Kingdom then such churches are part of Satan’s Kingdom, because if you are not with Jesus you scatter against Him. What good is it to preach repentance of sins, if your pastor and leaders do not operate in the Kingdom of God? They are reprobates deceiving other reprobates they are safe from judgment.


Who Or What does Prayer Change?

The teaching that prayer changes the person (inward growth and not material miracle) is a Buddhist and Eastern teaching.

What does change?

I prayed for healing and then my “body changed.”

This happens, because “God is unchangeable” in being faithful to preform His promise. When I pray for financial help, then my finances change to the better, because God is unchangeable to His promise. When I pray for deliverance from my enemies, then my enemies change for the worse, because God is unchangeable in keeping His promise.

If there is a focus on inward change it happens before you pray. Before you pray, you hear the word of God and your inward man changes from unbelief to faith about promise x or y. After this inward change, then when you pray you experience material change, because God’s faithfulness is unchangeable.

Lastly, if we were to focus on God changing, it would be how God, despite His Will to only bless this person or group, changes His Will to change the material world of an outsider, because of their faith (Matt. 15:21-28). Thus, “faith can change” the Will of God, from a No to a “Yes.” There is no record in Scripture of God’s Yes changing to a No or Maybe, on the demand of faith. With faith, the change in the Bible that God makes to His Plan, is a change to a “yes.”

Thus, the teaching that prayer changes us inwardly, is a triple falsehood. We change inwardly before we pray, by hearing the word of God. When we pray in faith, our material world changes. When we pray in faith, because God is unchanging to keep His promise, our material world changes. And lastly, the only time God does change His Plan, is to change our material world for good when there is faith.

For the Christian the idea of change is a good and heartwarming term.

Strength to My Bones

“Then you will have healing for your body
    and strength for your bones.” Prov 3:8

When I was in my early twenties, I did not have enough money to go to the dentist. I was worrying about my teeth. The Spirit clearly told me not to worry, for there will be no issue with my teeth.

Twenty years later, in my 40s visit the dentist and was told my teeth are in remarkable good condition for being 40 and haven’t been to the dentist for so long.

God is my healer. His is the strength of my bones and teeth, and the health of my flesh. What the Spirit says will always come to pass; His word, even His prophetic words are where we get the terms for permanent, faithful and true.

The More Wishes, the More the Kingdom of God Grows

In the movie, The Neverending Story, the protagonist asks, “how many wishes does he get to make?” The princess tells him, “As many as you like, and the more you make the better fantasia gets.”

Jesus tells us, commands us and almost seems to beg us to ask whatever we wish and it will be given to us. He says this 4-5 times in the discourse John records in 14-16.

The protagonist starts to ask for wishes, because it gives him full joy and happiness. Jesus tells us the same. He says to ask so that our joy might be “partially full,” I am sorry, “completely full.” If asking whatever you “wish” for the purpose to be full of joy, is not the definition of a “wish,” then I doubt any definition would.

The princess says more wishes makes fantasia better; it glorifies or values fantasia. Jesus says that by asking whatever we wish it “glorifies” or that is, values the Father. It expands the kingdom of God and values the one who rules it. It was by faith and miracles the Kingdom advanced in the book of Acts. To get our wishes for healing, prosperity, casting out demons and various miracle expanded the kingdom, and destroyed the kingdom of Satan. It is the same today. The more wishes, the more the Kingdom grows. You cannot wish too much or too large, because the value of God’s kingdom is worthy of a trillion wishes as big as the sky.

In the movie, people stop dreaming and wishing. In fact, the servant of the darkness, his mission was to encourage this and kill the hero who was trying to inspire a boy to make a wish. In real life, people stop having faith and stop asking. It is Satan and his servants’ goal to encourage this unbelief and silent lips. The Holy Spirit is to encourage you to know how long, wide, deep and high the Father’s love is, so that you might ask and then God grant your wishes exceedingly beyond what you think or ask. This is why there was so much extra baskets left over, in the feeding of the 5000.  More asking, then the more the kingdom of God grows; yet, this assumes professing Christians actually want the kingdom to expand more than their expanding waistlines. The more answered wishes, the more joy grows in His disciples (Jesus thinks this is important), the more the Father is valued, the more unbelievers see miracles and cry out to God for salvation, and the more demons scream as they shrink back as the devil’s kingdom diminishes.

Jesus also said, by asking whatever we wish, it will cause us to personally bear more fruit. This fruit of granted wishes, will endure for eternity, and glorify the Father. Our fulfilled wishes makes us productive in the Kingdom of God.

Lastly, Jesus goes so far as to say that our fulfilled wishes proves we are authentic disciples of His kingdom. If you cannot get your wishes then you prove you are not part of His kingdom, because only a true child of God can ask from the Father and then the Father grant their child’s dream.


I HAVE HEARD YOUR PRAYER: Faith is Certainty

God will often just say, “I have heard you,” or “I am able.” God will say this in context, where we are told in modern theology, we need to know the “will of God,” or we need to know that God will give a “yes” from possible combination of “yes, no or maybe.” Yet, God will just say “I have heard you,” “I have the ablity.” Why are the pastors so contradictive to the word of God as if their life depends on it? Why does Jesus, the prophets and apostles sound opposite to our pastors and theologians? Since what they say is a contradiction, then they both cannot be right. Who is wrong?

Faith is certainty.

Hebrews 11 says, faith is absolutely certain in what it hopes for. In fact, the Greek word means “reality, or substance.” A paraphrased meaning would mean, faith is the reality of things hoped for. Faith sees the invisible things promised and faith makes them reality. Faith changes the invisible promise of God into material substance. So of course faith is certain in what it hopes for, it makes the invisible reality. Hebrews 11 is a long list of faith making the invisible into reality. The chapter shows the certainty of God’s promise that surged in the hearts of these heroes. Abraham had certainty in the particular outcome of a son and God’s favor in his life. Abraham was not wishfully hoping for a multitude of options that God might or might not grant him. The same with all the other heroes of faith.

The big takeaway from this is simple. Faith is not a wishful hope of possible outcomes; rather, faith is the absolute certainty of a particular outcome promised by God.  Thus, when we hear some moron say, “God answers prayer by a yes, no, or maybe,” we know they are a servant of the faithless. It is not possible to have certainty in a particular outcome, if you are also saying there are many possible outcomes. Even Jesus appealed to the logic of contradiction, thus, you must not have even a hint of it in your theology. It is a contradiction to say God will give certainty give me ‘x’ when I pray, and then affirm God might give me x, y or z when I pray. Even a child is more intelligence than this. Maybe that is why Jesus told us to have faith like a child. If a parent says to their small child that they will have their favorite meal tonight, the child believes they will have the particular outcome tonight, and not 15 possible food outcomes.

If you say God might give me a “yes, no or maybe,” then by definition you cannot have faith as defined by Hebrews 11:1, which says faith is certainty. The rest of the chapter defines this certainty in a particular outcome, not many.

This is easily demonstrated with the forgiveness of sins. If you say you can ask God for the forgiveness of sin, through Christ, in faith, and God will answer by a “yes, not, or maybe,” you have contradicted the definition of faith. That is, even though you used the word “faith” in your statement, you used a context that contradicts its meaning. You cannot by definition have certainty God will forgive your sins (a particular outcome) and at the same time say God will answer you with a “yes, no or maybe.” No, you do NOT have certainty God will forgive sins, but to sound humble, you say it in a confusing way to make it look you have faith to others when you really do not.

Most will see in the example of the forgiveness of sins, that it is hypocrisy to say you have certainty and at the same time say God might not forgive you. However, many play the part of a spiritual pervert and will apply the hypocrisy to things like healing and answers to prayers about everyday difficulties.  The bible defines faith as certainty, but when it comes to healing, which is a promise and a promised based on the substitutionary atonement of Jesus—just like forgiveness, then God will answer with a yes, not or maybe.

If you pray for healing and think God can answer with a few possible answers, then by definition of Hebrew 11, you do NOT have faith. You cannot be healed thinking like this, unless God shows you kindness and heals you despite your unbelief.

If there is any doubt, any uncertainty, any nubilous outcomes, anything less than the invisible being reality, it is not faith. Anyone who affirms any of the above teaches a doctrine of faithlessness. Abandon such a person or organization.

I Have Heard Your Prayer:

“Then Isaiah sent a message to Hezekiah:

“This is what the Lord, the God of Israel, says:

I have heard your prayer...”

That night the angel of the Lord went out and put to death a hundred and eighty-five thousand in the Assyrian camp.” (2 Kings 19:20,35 NIV)

“And if we know that he hears us—whatever we ask—
we know that we have what we asked of him.” (1 John 5:15 NIV)

“And they will stand, for the Lord is able to make them stand.” (Romans 14:4 NIV)

“To him who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you before his glorious presence without fault and with great joy.” (Jude 1:24. NIV).

Whether it is God’s promise of blessing, fame, healing, and prosperity to Abraham (which we have in Christ-Gal. 3) or promises of safety from the terror that stalks at night (Psalm 91), or safety in sanctification (Jude 1:24), or delivered from sickness (James 5:15), God’s policy is rudimentary: if He is able, then He will do it. If God hears us, then we have what we asked.

The context that makes this work is that God loves us. As Christians, God has revealed He loves us. He has promised to never stop from doing good to us, in both spiritual and material blessings.

Think about marriage. Imagine a marriage of 40 years of faithfulness, love and joy. Now imagine the wife calling her husband at 2 am at night, waking him up from sleep and says, “Honey, my car just broke down on the side of the road, I’m afraid.” What do you think the husband will say? Will he give a 10-minute speech about his love for her? Most likely not. Why? Because in the context of this faithful marriage, they already know that. Rather, the husband will likely respond with, “Where are you, I’ll pick you up.” Because he loves her, he will help his wife, because he is able. Because the husband heard her request for help,” it is as good as done.

This is what God is doing, when He says in our passages, “I am able, I’ll do it.” This is what John means when he says, “if God hears you, your prayer is answered.” He shouldn’t have to repeat with every interaction with a 50 page essay that He loves us. He has already proven that with His Son’s atonement, and covenant. Even though many Christians struggle with receiving God’s love, the way God and the bible interacts with people it assumes we understand how great God’s love is for us.

Jesus was excessive about healing people and then saying over and over in the gospels, “if you ask in faith, you will get it.” Or that is, “If you are stranded on the road, and call me (this calling is faith), I will be there; I will pick you up just like you asked of me.” Jesus made answers to prayers to be anything you “want,” whether spiritual or material, with a special emphasis on healing.

The immature are still struggling with know how much God truly loves them. This is why they contradict themselves when they talk about faith and prayer. For the bible, love is not the issue, in the sense it assumes we get it. The Bible assumes the important issue is about ablity and power, and because God has infinity ablity, your prayers are as good as done. This does not mean God does not recognize our weakness and slowness of heart to receive His love as we ought. This is why we have that great prayer from Paul in Ephesians 3. However, many times God assumes you have matured to the place that you truly understand His great love for you, so that His communication to you assumes it.

Those who are mature know the width, length, depth and height of His love. They can cry out to God for help, who sits on His throne of unmerited favor, and they can hear, through faith in His commands and the voice of the Spirit, “My dear child, where are you? I will pick you up.” “I have heard your prayer.”

 Because faith is certainty, if we know God hears us, we know we have the things we asked for.


[1]. The phrase “servant of the faithless,” I first heard from Vincent Cheung.