Most everybody is acquainted with the story of the prodigal son who spent all of his substance in riotous living, of how he returned to his father’s house to find mercy and pardon, and also how the elder son was so displeased at the father’s mercy. Herein is seen the condition of the denominational world acting as the elder son did. We also see the prodigal when we look at the drunkard and the harlot, who, Christ said, would go into the kingdom before the religious sect of our day.
Let us recall how that the father said to the elder son, All that I have is thine. If only the church world could grasp this message that is in the expression, “All that I have.”
Have you ever stopped to realize that God owns or possesses all things: health, happiness, prosperity, and riches? Let me help you find the blessings of God that will straighten out your life. Do you know that we are heirs and joint heirs with God? Whatever He owns, we own. The Bible tells us that all things are ours. All that God is, we are.
Everyone that is perfect shall be as his master. The Bible tells us that God has perfected forever them that are sanctified, and has sanctified them once and for all by the offering up of His Son, having justified, sanctified, and glorified them by His foreknowledge, redeeming them unto the fullness of the stature of Jesus, His Son. God has given us all things that pertain unto life.
The mind of Christ owns all things. It controls God, who is everything. The fact is that He has made Himself subject to us through Christ. Let us keep in remembrance that we control God, the Holy Spirit, by the mind of Christ, to which the Spirit itself is subject.
By the mind, God controls all things through us, and in return, we control God by the faith of this mind. So we see why we must become Christ manifested in the flesh to reap the full benefits of God, as Paul said, “Not I that liveth, but Christ that liveth within me.”
God is the Word, and the faith of Christ in us controls and commands the Word to performance in our behalf. If we live holy, our faith becomes one with His faith; that is to say, we come to the place to where we have a supernatural faith or a supernatural believing, and not just the ordinary faith of man, which believes for the tangible necessities of life. We actually come to believe in supernatural things, for faith brings the productive fruition of the Spirit.
The faith of Christ commands all things through us concerning the Word of our Lord. God said that faith is in control. The faith of Christ controls all things. We have the mind of Christ. Just as if you would walk into a cafe and serve yourself, the plan of God is a serve yourself plan.
Most people make the mistake in wondering if it is the will of God for them to have the necessities and conveniences of life, and they also hinder faith by wondering how God can do it, or else by wondering who or what source He will use. We should never do that, but accept the fact that God said it and that settles it! It must happen! This is faith.
Although God has already said that He has given us all things that pertain unto life, yet we so easily misunderstand. He has said that He will supply all of our needs, whether spiritually, physically, or financially. Still, we go to God, wondering if it is His will for us to have peace, prosperity, and unity in our home.
What I would like to establish in your minds is this one thing: that God, through Christ Jesus at Calvary, has made all things that pertain unto life, in any form or fashion, available unto you and I once and for all. All you have to do is check the spiritual menu and purchase the desired product by faith; that is to say, we accept the fact that whatever we need in life is already ours, made available by His death.
So then, instead of asking God for the things that pertain unto life, which His Word and will has afore promised, we should accept our desired need by faith, in full confidence, without wavering, rejoicing in His Word of promise, for He is faithful that has promised, and without alteration, He will perform His promises.
All we have to do is as Jesus did at the grave of Lazarus. He said, “I thank Thee, Father, that Thou hast heard Me, and Thou hearest Me always.” By acknowledging God before the people, the glory went to God, its respectful place of abode.
Always keep in mind one thing: that He said, “I will answer before you call.” This He did by His divine appropriation at Calvary, in giving us all things that pertain unto life. Neighbor, here it is! So help yourself, for He said, “All that I have is yours.”
By Rev. George Leon Pike Sr.
Founder and first President of Jesus Christ’s Eternal Kingdom of Abundant Life, Inc.
Holiness Unto The Lord
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