The Fire Of God

The Fire Of God

By Pastor Jaco Mostert 23 July 2021

Lukewarm isn’t going to cut it. Jesus expects us to be on fire as we were in the beginning for Him. Many times we compare our fire to those in the world, which we shouldn’t because the world is ice cold. We should compare our fire to what Jesus went through and all He did, and that fire of Him. Even Jesus went to pray because He knew He needed it so much. It wasn’t a job for Him. He knew He needed it. Why don’t we see more of the supernatural in our life? Because we limit the fire of God in our life. We aren’t open enough to what He wants for us. Romans 10: 15 – 18 15 And how will they preach unless they are commissioned and sent [for that purpose]? Just as it is written and forever remains written, “HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THOSE WHO BRING GOOD NEWS OF GOOD THINGS!”16 But they did not all pay attention to the good news [of salvation]; for Isaiah says, “LORD, WHO HAS BELIEVED OUR REPORT?” 17 So faith comes from hearing [what is told], and what is heard comes by the [preaching of the] message concerning Christ.18 But I say, did they not hear? Indeed they have; “THEIR VOICE [that of creation bearing God’s message] HAS GONE OUT TO ALL THE EARTH, AND THEIR WORDS TO THE [farthest] ENDS OF THE WORLD. - Note that we get faith by hearing the Word more. - This will stir up the fire in us which we receive by faith. Realize that we are multi-dimensional. We are in Heavenly places, yet on earth as well. Heaven is the seat where we sit, but the earth is our footstool. In the Spirit, we are in the Heavenly realm the whole time. You are here anointed and appointed for God. You have a job to do. While we settle for the level we are at in His fire, there is always more of Him that we can walk in. There is always more fire. God truly wants us to be on fire for Him. The fire of God in us can unlock doors that lukewarm can’t ever open. It’s time that we seek to receive more of His fire as we press into His presence more and more.

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