Bible Fact: Jesus expects all of His disciples to demonstrate the authority and power of His kingdom as a witness to a weak and wicked world.
The Big Idea: To get Christian disciples to surrender their faith beyond the traditional to be offered the opportunity to engage with God without restrictions to do miraculous works that represent God.
The SOUL ONLY is the lone citizen that lives in the kingdom of heaven.
II. 7 Keys to unlock kingdom authority and power within you:
III. Kingdom citizen rules Jesus taught that release His keys of authority to His disciples
IV. The Holy Spirit’s release of God’s power to unlock authority and power in Christians
A. The objectives of the Holy Spirit in Christians
1. To exemplify His person
2. To experience His power
3. To elevate His purpose
4. To execute His plan
B. The five primary activities of the Holy Ghost
To directs believers in the way of righteousness to represent The Lord;
To diverts harmfrom the presence and way of the believer:
To discerns with a supernaturally higher recognition about things, events, activities, and actions of people.
To delivers the believer from evil.
To defends the will of God
What is the will of God?
God has two wills in the Bible: His will of decree and His will of command
The Holy Spirit helps believers to defend God’s will in their:
1) Witness 2) Word ) 3) Walk 4) Work 5) Worship:
Worship: A time to give highest reverence, adoration, and honor as one exalts, praises and glorifies God. In worship we bring to God our heart, soul and might to show Him our love (Deuteronomy 6:4, 5). Worship can be done by one person or by many persons. Collective or corporate worship is what God desires most from His chosen people (Exodus 19:5, 6). We learn to worship God from studying and receiving His instructions and directions from His words (Exodus 19:7; II Timothy 2:15).
To whom do we give our worship?
We are not to worship worldly made idols; Exodus 20:3-5; Psalm 97:7; Matthew 4:8-10
Only ONE God; Deuteronomy 6:4; Mark 12:32; I Corinthians 8:6; Ephesians 4:3-6; I Timothy 2:5