We have moved from darkness to light, from sinners to righteous saints. We must examine the lens we look at Scripture through now that we have discovered our new identity.
The depth of our relationship with God can be hindered or empowered by what we believe about Christian sanctification.
Possibly the most misunderstood chapter in scripture, Romans 7 has held countless Christians in an identity crisis.
The reality of divine healing has rapidly been recovered in the last one hundred years in the body of Christ. The rare anointed man of God who walks in healing is a thing of the past. We have discovered the reality of “the priesthood of ALL believers” (1 Pet 2:5). The saints are those who are doing the works of ministry! There has never been a day on the earth where more people are praying for the sick and seeing multitudes healed.
I felt so fragile, like I was an empty soft drink can, rolling around the dance floor at a vigorous bush dance. Things were bad. I was breaking inside and felt trapped in my mind. These constant attacks lasted over four months. I cannot truly put words to the torment I went through.