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Where is the Supernatural today?

I’m all for science. GOD created it! The Bible is full of science. But today we are very limited in our sensory and spiritual awareness in the West. We need to re-engage with the miraculous and the supernatural.

Natural and Supernatural

What if in Biblical times the barrier between the natural and supernatural realms was not as dense as since?

What if our scientific development and mental faculties have in some measure made leaping from one realm to another far less feasible, not because there is any physical or temporal change but rather a change in our sphere of thinking? 

Have we narrowed our ability to see beyond the physical simply because our sensory development has been stifled by our limitations put upon us by our understanding and development of academic science?

I’m all for science. GOD created it! The Bible is full of science. But today we are very limited in our sensory and spiritual awareness in the West. We need to re-engage with the miraculous and the supernatural.

How did Jesus turn water into wine? Or multiply bread and fish? How did he heal a man blind from birth so that he could see, or raise a paralytic from his bed? And how did he raise Lazarus simply by calling his name?

If you believe the Bible then you have to believe these things occurred. If you believe the Bible then you have to agree that Jesus said, “greater works than these [you] will do.” (John 14:12)

We are not operating in the supernatural and miraculous, not many of us, not as a matter of course. We cannot will ourselves into believing, multiplying and healing. But these things do happen. So how?

Let’s pray

Father Yehovah GOD, Creator of the Universe, we want mountain moving faith. We want to live in Your presence and fear not. We ask You to teach us and direct us, so that we might do “greater works” than the Lord Jesus that he spoke of, for Your glory, Your majesty, Your righteousness and Your will to be done on earth as in heaven. Teach us, grow us, help us to receive, so that Your glory and power will be a witness to Your truth, goodness, righteousness, mercy and judgment. In Jesus’ name, 

Amen.

Dr Sarah Tun

By Dr Sarah Tun

Dr Sarah Tun began her professional career as a teacher. Years later she became a performing artist and administrator to property development. She felt the Call to write full time in 2004. Dr Sarah has traveled extensively, and lived in New York City (for a year), London England (for a long time) and Hong Kong (briefly) before returning to her home in Ontario, Canada, then to Spain and finally now, has re-settled in her adoptive home of England. She graduated with degrees in Drama, Education and diplomas in Acting and Theology. Most recently she was awarded Honorary Doctor of Ministry and became ordained. Her favourite experience to date has been following her Creator and Lord. She doesn't think Life can get any better! Dr Sarah Tun is author, singer, preacher, writing coach and all-round enthusiast, celebrating and seeking to inspire all of us to quench our thirst for deeper intimacy with God through the Holy Spirit.

4 replies on “Where is the Supernatural today?”

Faith Grows in Despair
We must believe the word, not doubt and do warfare along the way. One can’t doubt and believe the word at the same time, it is a choice. Make the decision before you have to make the decision and settle it in your heart. Once this truth has become a part of you, then you can stand against pain and know it is attack and do warfare against it and overcome it. When one can believe God in pain, faith grows. Greater works require greater faith.

Start by believing the word. Isa 53:5 by His stripes we are healed. Rev 12:11 And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, and they did not love their lives to the death. Isa 12:2 “Behold, God is my salvation, I will trust and not be afraid.” Trust Him outrageously!

Believe the word, trust the word, do the word.

Note: Faith grows in adversity, pain, despair, dry times and difficult situations. The maturity we gain by going through the trying times is far more valuable than the fulfillment of the promise. We learn this as we come out the other side and have become an overcomer. The promises are to those who overcome. See Rev chapters 2 and 3.
Trump “Praying President // Prophet Kim Clement
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SACny3JzK8c&feature=emb_logo
4:09 min. mark, God says, “In despair, faith grows. I did it!”

*Greater works require greater faith. Greater works require a hotter fire. When we can believe in pain we grow in faith.
*Faith comes from what we do know, fear comes from what we don’t know.
*When we can believe while in pain, we can grow greater faith. Greater works require greater faith.
*Greater callings require greater pressure.
Ps 10:1 Why do You stand afar off, O LORD?
Why do You hide in times of trouble? NKJV

My people worship Me (Elohim Adonia) in Spirit (supernaturly) and Truth (physically showing righteouse fruit, worthy of our repentance – from that which was not from God).
A simple explanation of this is: When in the winter of our spiritual growth? Whilst the trees are green! Thank Elohim as your spirit looks upon, summers blooms.
For we know in part that which is hidden treasure, in Elohims season will be seen fully; Once I was a child? but now in the Ruach (SPIRIT) of Elohim! now I know the truth, I must let go of that which is not.
Whilst asking Elohim to heal my brother Alan, I saw Alan’s faith like a summer rose, In a winter’s garden.
I am a born again Jew now the suppernatural Israel of Elohim, in my own Cultivated Olive Tree (Romans)! Alan is a Gentile grafted in by adoption, in Truth we are One in Yeshua-Jesus.
We left the Jew and Gentile, to be a man in a spiritual Israel… Whilst spiritualy growing, I looked @ all the obstacles, like stumbling stones between Messiah and I, to simply learn that sometimes obstacles are a miracle just waiting to happen!
Shalom Kenneth Shergold Weston.

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