Using “The Force”

In parallel to my own life, as I observe people around the world, it seems that the determined extension of faith is a major catalyst for breakthrough and experiencing the supernatural. Particularly interesting to me is that this extension of faith does not seem to be limited only to the Kingdom of God, leading me to believe that faith is a force (a law if you will) that was instituted to be exercised in this physical realm by human beings. I believe that this force was intended to be supernaturally creative within the Kingdom of God, but that it can also be intentionally tapped to establish opposing kingdoms as well. One thing that also appears to be consistent to me is that, regardless of the kingdom “allegiance” (or lack thereof), unbelief or the lack of the extension of faith also has universally consistent results—NOTHING. In other words, those who do not release or extend faith do not experience any benefits of it.


So I question if it’s possible that we are experiencing exactly what we expect to experience and if Henry Ford was right when he said, “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t…you’re right…”


There is so much to this subject that I cannot confine it to a 30 second sermon, but I will elaborate a bit more on it in tomorrow’s blog.  Also, I have been working for several years on a new challenging book titled “Quantum Christianity” which does deal in depth with this subject (along with several other deep considerations like, “the will of God”, “how God can be who the bible says He is while allowing the world to be what it is” and many others subjects…) to be released 1st quarter of 2015… Until then, Enjoy the blogs!


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1 Comment

  1. pray3rwarr1or

    Reblogged this on pray3rwarr1or's Blog and commented:
    I believe the will of God is very clearly defined in 1 Thessalonians chapter 5 verses 12 through 18
    12 Dear brothers and sisters, honor those who are your leaders in the Lord’s work. They work hard among you and give you spiritual guidance. 13 Show them great respect and wholehearted love because of their work. And live peacefully with each other.
    14 Brothers and sisters, we urge you to warn those who are lazy. Encourage those who are timid. Take tender care of those who are weak. Be patient with everyone. 15 See that no one pays back evil for evil, but always try to do good to each other and to all people. 16 Always be joyful. 17 Never stop praying. 18 Be thankful in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus.


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