Act on God’s Word!

WOF May16 ActOnGodsWord


// Kenneth E. Hagin

STOP TRYING to make God's Word work and start acting on the Word. If we know that the Word is true and if we act as though it is true, it becomes a reality in our lives.

Let me share with you the testimony of A.B. Simpson. He just acted like the Word is true and received his healing. I read his testimony years ago in a Christian magazine. Dr. Simpson, a Presbyterian minister at the time of his healing, later founded the Christian and Missionary Alliance. At the age of 46, he was told he was dying of a heart condition and was given only about six months to live.

Dr. Simpson said he had heard many testimonies of healing, even in his own church. He took a short leave of absence and went up to his farm, where he could spend a lot of time studying God's Word.


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Winter Bible Seminar 2011- Thursday

ThursdayThursday, February 24. Kirk DuBois ministered in the 8:30 a.m. session on the leading of the Holy Spirit. The Bible tells us in Luke chapter 4 that Jesus, Who was “full of the Spirit,” was led by the Spirit into the wilderness (v. 1). After being tempted for 40 days, Jesus returned “in the power of the Spirit” (v. 14). “I believe there are a lot of Christians who are full of the Spirit,” Rev. DuBois said, “but they aren’t operating in the power of the Spirit because they haven’t learned how to deal with what’s in the wilderness.”

In the 9:30 a.m. service, Tad Gregurich ministered on “Increasing Our Capacity.” Many times when people think about increase in some area, they consider it for their own benefit. But we need to increase with a different goal in mind. “The Body of Christ isn’t going to increase until you increase,” Rev. Gregurich said, “because that gives us a greater capacity to reach a lost and dying world.”


Winter Bible Seminar 2011- Wednesday

Kenneth W. HaginWednesday, February 23. In the 8:30 a.m. session Karen Jensen encouraged her hearers to get God’s direction for their lives. She urged them to trust their ability to know the voice of God. “Stop believing how you feel,” she said. “Stop believing what you’ve done before. Don’t believe more in your mistakes than you do in the Word of God.”

Craig W. Hagin opened the 9:30 a.m. service by mentioning flying on an airplane and hearing the pilot say over the intercom, “We can’t land yet. We are in a holding pattern.” He compared that to the way some Christians live their lives. “A lot of Christians right now are in a holding pattern. They have been waiting for God to do something in their lives. But I believe God is waiting on us to do something.”


Pray for Your Nation

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 // Lynette Hagin

PRAYER CHANGES the world around us! Our prayers don’t change God, but He designed it so that He works through our prayers.

Jeremiah 33:3 says, “Call unto me, and I will answer thee.” That means we’ve got to call. Those are the rules of prayer that God has set down! Our prayers bring things to pass that wouldn’t have come into existence if we did not pray.

God is interested in the entire world and wants us to pray. But where we have the most authority is where we live—whatever nation that may be. So it’s important that we each take our place in our own nation.


30 And I sought for a man among them, that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should not destroy it: but I found none.

It’s time for us to stand in the gap! First Peter 4:7 (NLT) says, “The end of the world is coming soon. Therefore, be earnest and disciplined in your prayers.” We don’t always become earnest in our prayers until it affects us. But it’s so important that we get serious about our commitment and responsibility.

Are you willing to do that? Will you answer the call to stand in the gap? The enemy is on a warpath. We are in spiritual warfare! We must focus and fully intercede for our nation so God’s will is accomplished. As we recognize that and do what God told us to do, we will see change!

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Using Our Authority for Finances

WOF Jan17 UsingOurAuthorityForFinances

 // Kenneth E. Hagin


WHEN GOD CREATED the world, He gave dominion over all the works of His hands to Adam (Gen. 1:26, 28). In one sense, then, Adam was god of this world, because God turned it over to him.

But we read in Second Corinthians 4:4 that Satan is now the god of this world. How did that happen? Adam committed treason in the Garden of Eden by willfully eating of the forbidden fruit (Gen. 3:1–7). When he did this, he gave Satan man's dominion over the earth.

In Luke 4:6–7 Satan said to Jesus, "All this power will I give thee, and the glory of them: for that is delivered unto me; and to whomsoever I will I give it. If thou therefore wilt worship me, all shall be thine." Who delivered this power to Satan? Adam did!

The Lord showed me this and related it to faith for finances. As I prayed and waited before Him, He said to me by the Holy Spirit, "The money you need is down there. It isn't up here in Heaven. I don't have any money up here. I'm not going to rain any money down from Heaven. If I did, it would be counterfeit, and I'm not a counterfeiter. It's Satan who is keeping money from coming, not Me."

Then I remembered that Jesus said, "Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom" (Luke 6:38). When men give to you, God is behind it. But it's still men giving it.

After the Lord showed me this, He said, "Whatever money you need, just claim it."

Our Authority in Christ

We have a right to claim our needs met because Jesus came to the earth and defeated Satan. We're in the world but we're not of the world (John 15:19). Since we still have to live in this world, we must use our God-given authority to enforce Satan's defeat. This is how we will enjoy the blessings of God we have in Christ, including financial prosperity.


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