Ye Are Gods
A Christian is the microcosm of the divine will. He or she is the word of God alive as he or she goes about his or her daily life. He or she may not know it.
This is why the scripture says, “They know not, neither will they understand, they walk on in darkness but I have said ye re gods and all of you are children of the most high but you shall die like men.” Why would they die like men? Because they know not, neither will they understand.
God has given us an understanding in Christ Jesus, God has given us a divine knowledge, a divine revelation in Christ Jesus. As we look at the mirror of God, in studying and hearing the Word as enlightened by the Holy Spirit, we are seeing who we are.
As the word is taught to us, preached to us, made alive in us, as we study it, we discover who we are.
You are the Word of God in manifestation.
Soon you will discover that enormous ability in you. When Jesus said unto us, nothing shall be impossible unto you, He wasn’t lying to us.
All we have to do is discover who we are and we will be amazed at the power our words hold. Right now we are still spitting sweet and bitter water out of the same fountain, this is why we have not learnt it yet.
Our words are a mix of our reality and the reality we are hoping to have. We have come into the kingdom of heaven with earthly mindset and mundane consciousness! This is the limitation to our divine reality.
Jesus never vacillated! Jesus didn’t speak good and bad! Jesus never shunted lanes or see himself as who he is not. Jesus never said “I am weak” not even after all the flogging and the mockery before Pilate. He didn’t burst into tears of self pity and the “I am only human” mindset.
We know from the scriptures that while we were yet without strength, Christ died for the ungodly!
You cannot be in Him and still be without strength! A spirit does not have to do press up and build muscles! He is what He is!! We are never weak in Him! Until and unless we have that revelation in our daily walk, and live as He has called us to, we will always find ourselves walking in realities contrary to the one we were born into in Him.