We respond to our environment according to the way we see ourselves. Words spoken to us become names that we carry in our hearts. It is so important that we live by our God-given names and not by names that tie us to bondage. We must break free of all aliases that we have been given by the world.
In this revelatory teaching, Kris Vallotton clarifies the difference between living for eternity and living from eternity. Every Believer knows that God wants all of us to live in Heaven with Him when we die. But many Christians haven't recognized that we are called to live from the celestial realm now because we are seated in heavenly places with Christ.
When you are in battle, remind yourself of the words, promises, and prophetic words that God has spoken over your life. The prophetic declarations that are spoken over your life will become one of the greatest weapons when going through spiritual battles. The battles we go through in life is to develop strength.
It is an insult to the cross to live in an Old Testament mindset. Jesus died so He could seat us in heavenly places with Him. The New Testament covenant is full of grace, love, and forgiveness. We were born for heaven, created for glory, it was never God's choice to create hell. The goal of the Last Days is to give grace to people who don't deserve it.
There is a process to receiving the promises of God. Between the promise and the palace, there is the process. There is a fight for the promised land. Being aware of the enemy's tactics equips us to fight effectively.