octobre 13

Live the Gospel!

Kenneth Copeland
But unto every one of us is given grace according to the measure of the gift of Christ [the Anointed One and His Anointing].

According to this scripture, we’re headed toward a time when we’ll be walking in the anointing to its fullest expression! I want to see that, don’t you? I want to see the entire Body of Christ flowing in the anointing so powerfully that the whole earth is filled with God’s Glory.

I believe with all my heart, we’re the generation who will see that.

But before we do, we must lay aside the things that block that anointing. We must rid ourselves of religious traditions that cause us to take offense at the idea that ordinary believers like us, or the pastor of our little church, can operate in the Anointing of Almighty God.

I asked the Lord once what was the greatest problem in the Body of Christ. Here’s what He told me: It’s your dogged determination to correct one another.

It’s time for us to change that. We must stop strife, stop the criticism, and stop taking offense at one another—and we must do it now because the end of the age is at hand. The anointing needs to flow in measures we have never seen or even dreamed were possible.

We need that flow in our families, in our jobs, in our ministries and in our marriages. It’s the anointing that will change things.

So let’s rise up in unity and show the world that what was once true in Jesus’ own life and ministry is now true in the lives of His servants throughout the earth. Let’s dare to believe the Word of God and say, “Because I belong to Jesus, the Spirit of the Lord is upon me and He hath anointed me!”

Let’s preach—and live—the gospel of Christ.

Speak the Word

God has given me grace according to the measure of the gift of Christ, the Anointed One and His Anointing. (Ephesians 4:7)

Lecture conseillée: Ephesians 4:7, 11-13

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