If you face a challenge, do you ever think to immediately pray for a miracle?
By Kris Vallotton
Do you consider yourself as someone God could use to release miracles, signs and wonders? Or do you think those aspects of the kingdom are reserved for church leaders (or maybe even those in the charismatic movement?) Stop and think about it.
I know many people admire the culture of miracles we have at Bethel but I wish people would understand that this kind of access to the kingdom is not supposed to be for a select few! The truth is, every believer can be a miracle worker or a healer. These aspects of Christian life are not relegated to leaders in the church, or apostles or prophets! Rather, we are all invited into an exciting, empowered, adventurous, miraculous life with Holy Spirit. And I believe if we want to start stepping into being world changers, then demonstrating the kingdom on earth as it is in heaven should become “normal Christianity”!
Could We Be Heroes?
I think the movie, The Incredibles, paints a beautiful metaphor of what “normal Christianity” could look like—a family of superheroes, each with their own unique gifting, living undercover and yet saving the world. Could we be heroes, like them?
This week I want to challenge you to think about what this could look like in your own life. How can you create a culture of miracles in your own home? How do you plan to make your life one that leaves people transformed by the love of Jesus? Will you be brave this week to step out and take a risk in faith? I’d love to hear how you plan to challenge yourself in the comments! Or share any testimonies of miracles you’ve experienced in your home!
Kris Vallotton is the Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church in Redding, California and co-founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM). Kris travels internationally training and equipping people to successfully fulfill their divine purpose. He’s a bestselling author, having written more than a dozen books and training manuals to help prepare believers for life in the kingdom. He has a diverse background in business, counseling, consulting, pastoring and teaching, which gives him unique leadership insights and perspectives. Kris has a passion to use his experience and his prophetic gift to assist world leaders in achieving their goals and accomplishing their mission.
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