Who’s In Charge? Part 4 | May 17, 2020

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You have to change the way you think! I’m here, today, to provoke you and to prod you and to activate your faith and to stir up your thinking. I believe that a lot of God’s people, Christians, don’t think biblically. They don’t think correctly. They don’t have a biblical world view. They don’t have a biblical financial view. They don’t have a right perspective of who they are. And, they don’t have in perspective that they can be successful and be victorious. We’ve been talking about the great Babylonian empire. I’m going to show you how this parallels in 2020.

Albert Einstein said, “You can’t solve a problem with the same thinking that caused it.” God’s people need to realize that there’s a culture that you can either adapt yourself to, or you can adapt yourself to the Kingdom of God which is righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Ghost. It’s time, saints! You’re going to come out of this captivity but are you going to smell like the world? We better come out of this captivity with a fresh anointing! James 4:4, “Do you not know that friendship with the world is enmity with God?” The system of this world is influenced by the god of this age, Satan.

1 John 2: 15-17, “Do not love the world (cosmos) or the things of the world.” Say, “Lord, help me today. I’m listening to this pastor of mine… Help me, today, to not be so in love with the world that I let the world help me make decisions that are contrary to God.” I’ve seen people that love God one day and the next, they don’t love God. I’ve watched it over my years, and it’s because they fall in love with the world and the love of the world taints them, poisons them, from being able to love God with everything that’s in their heart.

I challenge you today! We are identifying these two kingdoms. And, you’ve got to decide which side of the track, which side are you going to stand on? Look at this! Matthew 18:11, “For the Son of man came to save that which was lost.” You ask, “What did you say? The Son of man came to save them??” No! No! No! The Son of man came to save that which was lost. Jesus came to save what? That! That which was lost in Genesis. That which was lost through Adam and Eve. He came to save that which was lost! The Kingdom that was lost. The Kingdom of God.

Man was not lost from God. God knew where man was. The Kingdom got taken from God. The operation of the Kingdom was what God was after because it got taken from Him through Lucifer. But, Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection got that back. Then, on the day of Pentecost, God gave it (in power) back to the church! And, the church got filled with the Holy Ghost and got so endued with power that then, the church could demonstrate God’s ruling authority in the earth. Isn’t that good news? You ought to be shouting right now!

This is what Genesis was talking about when the Father said he had created a very good thing. This is the whole reign of dominion, multiplied and replenishing the earth that Adam was supposed to do. The Bible says that Jesus went everywhere preaching the message of the Kingdom.

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