Summary: The anointing on your life is for all people and extends to the ends of the earth. God may be using you for small things, but the anointing that is on you is for great things that can reach and impact others far beyond your present environment
The seven blessings of the King
The anointing on your life is for all people and extends to the ends of the earth. God may be using you for small things, but the anointing that is on you is for great things that can reach and impact others far beyond your present environment
The anointing on Adam was for the ends of the earth, but the promises were conditional. His potential was only a possibility and not a given because all the blessings of God are based on choices.
There are certain things we should never ask God for because they have been given already. There are things we pray for that should never be included in our prayers except when we are giving thanks for them because they are available to us.
When we ask the Lord to do things that He has already done, it is sort of expecting Him to go back to the cross and perform the work for us again and again. When He said “it is finished” it meant there the works were completed for all eternity and are ours in the present and also available to those who are yet to be born in future generations. That means people who have not yet been born and have never committed any sins, will have access to forgiveness because of what Jesus completed two thousand years ago.
Bu we have to remember that all the blessings that we can access because of the work Jesus completed on the cross are possibilities only because everything He has done for us has to be accessed by faith.
The blood that was shed on the cross was for the salvation of every person living in the present time as well as for those who are yet to be born. Jesus does not have to do anything more for us because He has done everything for us. The power of His blood extends to future generations and no more sacrifices for sins will ever be necessary. Yet there are so many who will die in the sins without any hope of salvation and eternal life. The provision of salvation is there, but it is up to each and every person to accept Jesus.
The same applies to healing and other heavenly blessings. We need to understand that there is no sickness, poverty, failure, sin, bondages, or failure in heaven. These are blessings of the Kingdom which were never meant for heaven but for the earth. For example, why is healing necessary in heaven when there is no sickness in heaven? We are carriers of heaven’s blessings and we have to ensure that people on earth enjoy the heavenly blessings that Jesus has for us because of His obedience by dying for us on the cross.
There are seven blessings of the King that are meant for the earth and were completed on the cross.
Titus 3:4-5- But when the kindness and the love of God our Savior toward man appeared, not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to His mercy He saved us, through the washing of regeneration and renewing of the Holy Spirit.
Everything that God has done for us is driven by His love for us. These are the seven works of the King and they are blessings which God has made available to us so that we can represent the best that heaven has to offer on earth. They have to manifest in the lives of God’s children before they can be released to those who do not know Him. Others will only know the King and the benefits of His Kingdom if we represent Him in His fullest manifestation on the earth.
Salvation is a free gift given by God to mankind and is one of the completed works of the cross. Jesus died for everyone and is not a respecter of persons. He died regardless of who we are or where we come from. He offers salvation to every person on the earth present and future. Salvation tells us we have a hope because there is a King that is above ever other king.
John 3:16 - For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.
Even when we turn and walk away from God, He is always ready to receive us back into His home. He does not condemn us but loves us and will always forgive us when we repent and turn back to Him. The heart of the Father is always ready to receive us back when we drift away from His love and from our purpose.
It is spirit of the evil one working in men and women that condemns and drives people away without the opportunity to reconcile. The spirit of the Father is different and is always ready to take us back.