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A prophetic Word

Written on August 1, 2015


A conditional prophesy is a prophesy given to a person that is contingent upon them doing something in order to receive it or not experience it. It is a prophesy that will happen based on a condition. Jonah delivered a prophesy that involved destruction to the city of Nineveh that caused God to change his mind when the people repented (Jonah 3:10; 4:3). Isaiah prophesied that King Hezekiah would die if he did not get his house in order but when Hezekiah changed God did not do as he originally intended (2 Kings 20:1; 5). Samuel prophesied that Saul would be king over Israel, implying that he and his descendants would reign over it; however when Saul was disobedient he prophesied that his kingdom would not endure (1 Samuel 10:1; 1 Samuel 13:13,14)


This prophesy is contingent upon you. If you can get this revelation you will not only see miracles in your own life, but in the lives of others. For some of you, because of the calling on your life, the devil will try to steal your revelation about miracles (Mark 4:1-25). For others, because of what God has predestined for you, your faith with be tested and you will see many around you in need of a miracle but they will not receive one, unless you get this revelation.

There is a season coming where the devil will be permitted to cause sickness, illness, depression, financial hardship, demonic possession, confusion and even death more so than we have ever seen before. I am even being prompted by the Holy Spirit to say death again because it will be even more prevalent that we have seen.


But God will change his mind and the prophesy will not go forth if you can get this revelation.


So you see why it is important for you to get this revelation, not just for you, but for the others around you. The bible says that “my people perish because of lack of knowledge” this is not only a true statement it is also a prophesy that has been going on since the beginning of time (i.e. Adam and Eve)


To the person who gets this revelation. You will understand better why everything around you was failing. God had strategically placed you in the midst of disaster because of the miracle he would permit you to perform. So that his presence could be made manifest through you. So that some one may be saved. For some, your very presence because of your anointing will cause the miracle, for others, through physical contact (this is similar to the story about King Midas, where everything he touched turned to gold). You will touch them and the miracle will be made manifest. And for others, it will be simply be by their words. For others, it will be their connections or actions. To this person, you will see the very manifestation of God. God will reveal himself in a new way, an intimate way. Your life will change. Your ministry will change. For some a new ministry will begin: because you got the revelation.


The Revelation


There is a force that we are given when we became saved. This force is generated, powered and delegated by the Holy Spirit, which we received the moment we became saved. In the Greek, the word for this force is dunamis, which defined means miraculous power, a miracle itself and worker of miracle. In other words, not only do we have miraculous power, we have the ability to work this power to perform miracles and we are in and of ourselves a miracle.


Miracles are symbolic gestures or representations of something else (i.e. God’s love, calling & election, destiny, anointing). It is generally a sign of something else to come. Miracles don’t make sense or follow protocol and they are not limited to the laws of nature or matter of the mind. In other words, there are no rules. It comes whenever it and to whomever it wants. It is not bound by conditions, nor expectations but when it arrives it always has to be a spectacle. A miracle is God showing up in your hard or difficult situation.


If you can understand that, you can understand a miracle.


The most important point you must remember is that you have the power to delegate, work and direct a miracle.


John 14:12 - “Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father.”


Jesus is talking in this scripture and he is saying that not only are we capable of doing every miracle that we have read in the bible about him but we will do greater things than these. What could be greater than what Jesus did in the New Testament and what makes it greater? The word greater in the Greek means larger or more. So Jesus is implying that we will be able to do what he did and do more if we believe in him....more miracles.


How Can We Perform a Miracle


Miracles do not operate within a set of rules, but when they do happen they glorify the Father. Don’t get stuck on the how but the why? Every time God performed a miracle in the bible it was for a reason: salvation. You will not see an occurrence in the bible were God did not cause a miracle to happen before a person believed (or became saved). This is not to say that miracles are only for the unbeliever in order to gain their salvation. Remember, that when we became saved, we became the miracle. Additionally, as a follower of Christ we are called to die and regenerate daily, we become a daily miracle. When we became the miracle we received the ability to perform our own miracles in our own lives by recognizing our own authority and exercising that authority every day.


This next revelation is key.

The bible records Jesus’ instructing the disciples to ask in his name (In Jesus name) a total of six times all within one conversation. Why six? Well, firstly when ever God repeats himself in scripture or in our own encounters with him, he is almost always trying to get our attention and he is always implying that this is important to know. Normally we see God repeat in scripture twice or three times, by virtue of this being said six times says not only that it is important but that God is making a major point. When was the last time you asked for anything in Jesus name...not declared, asked, not prayed, asked?


Biblically, the number six means weakness of man.


There is a direct correlation here. Paul’s experience with the thorn in his flesh explains it. “And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness….” (2 Corinthians 12:9). The word strength here is dunamis (mentioned before). God is quite simply saying we are saved by grace (Eph 2:5) and that is enough because miracles happen in weakness.


Note that God calls this his strength. God is glorified and made manifest when miracles happen.


The first part of what God said is very important: “My grace is sufficient for thee”. It is because of Jesus that we are saved by grace; hence, Jesus is the key element to every miracle.

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