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From the Pastor's Desk

How do I experience Heaven's supernatural in my life? We have questions about the supernatural manifestations of the Holy Spirit. Although we should not seek for signs to lead us, it's perfectly normal to want to experience God. A relationship with Him is more than just head knowledge. In order to experience the supernatural, we must engage and believe.

The Bible says to "desire spiritual gifts" (1 Cor. 14:1). We should have a great desire for spiritual gifts. We should thirst after them because they are necessary and important. Then we, by the grace of God, having received the gifts, may be used for God's glory. If you have a desire, then you will go forward and engage in receiving. Everything in the Spirit realm we receive by faith. That's the way God ordained it. Jesus said that when you pray, believe, and then you will receive. So we believe first.

Faith is not trying and striving, but you can decide what you believe. "For all the promises of God in Him are yes, and in Him amen, to the glory of God" (2 Cor. 1:20). So God does want you to receive all that He has provided for an awesome spiritual life. Visions, spiritual gifts, visitations, God encounters, heavenly experiences - they are all meant to be a part of your normal Christian life. We can receive by engaging with the Holy Spirit. Paul went on to visions and revelations of the Lord (2 Cor. 12:1). I want all God has for me.

Pastors Mark and Jennifer

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