The Kingdom of God Advances in Any Circumstance

Jesus said, that the Kingdom of God is in us. That is the Kingdom of Heaven is in us. If the Holy Spirit is in us, his Kingdom is in us too.

No circumstance, can stop the Kingdom of God, advancing in our life. God’s Kingdom in us, has the ability and power, to overcome, any and every circumstance. Every attack of the enemy, can be demolished by the Kingdom of God in us, just as it is described in Matthew 12:28.

But often, that does not happen in our life, or the circumstances we find ourselves in, because we do not have faith, or have a doubt.

For the Kingdom of God to be manifested in our circumstances, faith is the requirement, just as faith is the requirement for us, receiving anything from God, even receiving our salvation.

The Kingdom of God has the all necessary abundance, to demolish, change, or remove, any unsuitable or not so appropriate circumstance or situation in your life.

The Kingdom of God, comes in our life with power, the power of God. The anointing of the Holy Spirit remains in us, because the Word of God says so.

So what situation or circumstance are you facing today, which needs either to change, or to vanish from your life? Take hold of the Kingdom of God, in you, and all it has to offer you, to fight and overcome that challenging circumstance in your life.

Never forget, the Kingdom of God in you, has the power to remove sickness from your mind or to heal your body, and it has all the power necessary, to change or remove a situation, or a circumstance, which does not belong to you, or to your life.

But, it requires faith to use all that the Kingdom of God in us, can offer. Faith is the ignition which will start the heavenly ‘engine’ to move the vehicle of your life.

It is like you having a talent, let us say for example, you have a natural talent to play a piano. But, how are you going to find out that talent, if you do not sit down, and try to ever play a piano in your life.

So, it is similar with the Kingdom of God in us, unless we apply faith about it, that Kingdom of God and all it has to offer, may be and is permanently in us, but will never manifest in our life, and therefore, never change or remove any challenging situation or circumstance in our life.

So, it is like a gun. Unless you pull the trigger, it could be the most powerful gun, with the most powerful bullets in it, but nothing will happen, until you pull the trigger. So, your faith is like the trigger of the gun, you have to pull that trigger, in order to see the power of the gun.

It is similar with the Kingdom of God in us, we have to ‘pull the trigger’ of our faith, in order to see the power of God’s Kingdom, displayed in us, and in our circumstance.

Abraham the Man of Faith-Doubted

Genesis 12:1, 2, 3, 12

Abraham was not very different in a sense, than we are in our faith in God, because although he had a strong faith in God and his promises, he had an occasion, where he really did not believe what God had promised him, and he was afraid, that he will lose his life, as we read, in the book of Genesis chapter 12.

Now, when we read Genesis 12:1, 2, 3, we can see very clearly, that God had already promised Abraham, that he will make him into a great nation. And then, we go to verse 12 in the same chapter, and we see the fearful Abraham, who was in Egypt with his wife, and was scared to death, because he thought, the Egyptians will kill him, and take his wife for themselves.

Now, that kind of fear in the heart of Abraham, displays only one thing, lack in trust in God’s protection, and lack in faith, in what God has already promised him, in Genesis 12, 1, 2, 3. If Abraham really believed the promises of God, which are written in Genesis 12:1, 2, 3, then he would certainly, not be afraid about losing his life, and his wife too, because the very promises of God, would encourage him to continue to believe God, that everything will be fine, with himself and his wife.

In contrast, we can read in Romans 4:18-21, that Abraham is displayed, as the great man of faith, who believed the promise of God, that his wife will have a child, in her old age. That description of the strong faith of Abraham, in the promise of God, is powerful. And yet, although Abraham knew his God and trusted him, he had his moments, of doubting the promises of God which were personally for himself, and was afraid of losing his life, in Genesis 12:12.

So sometimes if we catch ourselves, doing a similar thing like Abraham, doubting the promises of God for ourselves, let us not beat ourselves up, and let us not feel miserable and hopeless, but let us remind ourselves that there is always chance for us, to start believing God for his promises, just as we should.

Why Your Faith Does Not Work-Sometimes-Matthew 14

What we look at in life, will determine, if we have more, less, or not at all faith in God. What we look at, we pay attention to, and give ourselves to it. If we look and our attention remains with the circumstances of our life, or with the news on the TV, or with what the doctors or friends say to us, then we can be full of fear, and lack of faith.