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Delegated Authority With Keys

Kathy—It is Jesus that delegates His authority with the keys, not for us to become superman, but to become super-sons of God that don’t misuse the authority that He entrusts to us. When we discern things are not God’s will or there is obvious evil or conflict or contradiction in our face, we don’t take dominion because we are trying to rule the world (like some delusional dictator from the Dark Side).  We take dominion because Jesus is LORD and we are His Ekklesia, His called out ones entrusted to operate in His Name in the earth.  

Chaos to Order

There cannot be a chaos anywhere as big and consuming as the one in Genesis Chapter One when the earth was without form and void. Yet, there was a move from “CHAOS” to “INHABITED”. There must be a process toward order for there to be a condition of “inhabited” (order). There must be an exposing of that which is out of order. There is much unrighteousness and evil and hidden agendas being exposed in our nation in order that there may be an accountability. When Israel and individuals in the Old Testament flaunted God’s laws and refused to adhere to His principles for life and community, He turned them over to civil government. There is much of God’s laws and principles which are being violated and there are very many who are doing it, therefore, there will be a great deal of commotion in society and great effects upon culture as the requirements of law are executed by God-ordained authorities.  We must, therefore, pray and declare the victory of those who stand in the God-ordained positions of civil government to have the insight and wisdom to bring justice. Father God’s intention is always to move us from chaos to order. Didn’t He do just that when He saved you by His grace and the blood of Jesus? He is taking this nation ordained for His purposes through the process toward order and He is able to keep those which are His while He brings His righteous judgments.

Positional and Delegated Authority

Dr. Don Crum speaks about authority of sons and daughters of God.
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Fleeing in Seven Ways

The disciples confronted the storm on the lake but Jesus contradicted it with peace. When Jesus said to His disciples that He had been given all authority in heaven and on earth and then commissioned them to disciple nations, that was the announcement that believers had now become the embodiment of the Kingdom like He was. We have the same authority and power to contradict darkness. Deut.28:7 –“The Lord will cause the enemies who rise up against you to be defeated before you; they will come out against you one way, but flee before you seven ways.”

Authority of Heaven is Within Reach

HandReaching3Jesus said, “The Kingdom has come upon you.” God’s authority and power over sickness and disease has come upon your physical body, here, now, on earth. Jesus said the Kingdom of heaven is at hand because the authority and power is within reach! Everything in heaven displays God’s authority and power and that same authority and power can be displayed on the earth. (Lk.11:20) —Kathy

Kingdom of God in Evidence

(Kathy)  As I searched the scriptures, I found the Kingdom of God (or Kingdom of Heaven) could refer to three things: 1) The place where God dwells and reigns eternally, 2) God’s AUTHORITY & POWER ruling on earth, and 3) the company of people who have submitted their lives to God’s authority, both now and eternally.  Jesus preached and emphasized the second aspect, God’s AUTHORITY and POWER ruling on earth.  That is why He said to some as He healed them, “The Kingdom has come upon you.”  The Kingdom of God is in evidence wherever God’s AUTHORITY and POWER are manifested on earth.

Under Authority

(Sam Brassfield) — David was under authority; therefore, he had authority. If we are not under authority, we have no authority. All authority outside of the Triune Godhead is delegated authority. David had been given authority by his earthly father Jesse to tend his father’s sheep. David used that authority to slay the enemies that came to devour his father’s flocks. He just used this same premise of authority in regards to his heavenly Father. David knew that when he faced the giant who was in defiance of his heavenly father, that he would be given the power of God to back up the authority he had been given to protect God’s flock called Israel.  (SAM BRASSFIELD will be speaking at KINGDOM CONGRESS 2018 March 7-9. Information: 936-856-2455)  KINGDOM CONGRESS 2018 INFORMATION

All Believers Can

The scripture says. “These signs will accompany those who believe” (Mk.16:17):  ALL BELIEVERS can cast out demons. ALL BELIEVERS can speak with tongues. ALL BELIEVERS can walk in God’s Authority over every obstacle. ALL BELIEVERS can lay hands on the sick and have them recover.  So, WHY DON’T WE?  It is time to consider things differently and change our minds. It is time to be CONVINCED God’s Word is TRUE. To BELIEVE means “to adhere to, trust in and rely on.” To the extent that we adhere to, trust in and rely on God and His Word is the extent to which we are convinced of His Authority and Power.  We must be CONFIDENT of His Authority.—Kathy Gabler 


Full Rights as Sons

FatherArmAroundSon1In the Bible, families are where rights, privileges and inheritances are distributed. The first-born son receives the double portion and inherits his father’s authority. Scripture shows us that Jesus is the “first born among many brethren”. (Rom.8:29) In God the Father’s family, all the sons have the inheritance of eldest sons. Gal.4:5— “so that He might redeem and liberate those who were under the Law, that we [who believe] might be adopted as sons [as God’s children with all rights as fully grown members of a family]. (Amp—Bible Gateway)  In the New English Translation it says, “so that we may be adopted as sons with full rights.”

(This is the third excerpt from Marty Gabler’s article “Sons/Daughters of the Kingdom“. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.)


Sons and Inheritance

A very basic matter to understand at the outset is that “son” in the Bible is not about gender. It is about position in Christ and His Kingdom purposes. A person who has been cleansed by the blood of Jesus is brought into the family of God as a son to receive inheritance and authority and function in the Father’s household. In the time period that the Bible was written, inheritance, authority and territory were distributed  within families. Inheritance and authority were given to “sons”.

(This is the second excerpt from Marty Gabler’s article “Sons/Daughters of the Kingdom“. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.)

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Under Authority–In Authority

A man in authority is a man under authority (Roman Centurion, Matt.8:9). So… then it is possible for one to count themselves as having authority and yet not be recognized by God as having authority.

Or, considering the operative principle given by the Roman Centurion, it is possible for one to wonder why they don’t have authority in life and circumstances and, while wondering, find their answer in the centurion’s acquired wisdom.
There are those who seem to be ever about the business of insisting they have authority or trying to prove their authority or brandishing titles and accessories to present the appearance of authority. But, from Scripture, it seems that results speak for themselves (v.9). Both Jesus and the Centurion experienced effective results from being under authority.
”Then the officer said, “Sir, I am not worthy to have you in my home; and it isn’t necessary for you to come. If you will only stand here and say, ‘Be healed,’ my servant will get well! I know, because I am under the authority of my superior officers and I have authority over my soldiers…” (Matt.8:8-9a, Living Bible)

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In Authority Means Under Authority

In Authority Means Under Authority

Salute-2When the prodigal came to himself and realized he had stepped outside the bounds of his metron, he declared, “I am going to return to my father’s house.” In the culture of that time, that meant he was returning to his father’s rule and embracing the metron of his father’s determining. It was not until after his considering that he stunk, his clothes were tattered, he had tightened his belt up to the last loop and here he sat with pigs for company. He received the centurion’s revelation: a man under authority is a man in authority (Mt 8).  When he returned in that posture, it was then that the father once again measured his capacity and gave him the means to represent him in the marketplace (Lk 15:22). Our Father measures and sets the limits of our metron for His glory. He is too wise to act irrationally and too compassionate to be cruel. Let the wineskin yield in His hands.

2Co 10:13  We, on the other hand, will not boast beyond our legitimate province and proper limit, but will keep within the limits [of our commission which] God has allotted us as our measuring line… (Amplified)

(This is the last excerpt of the article “Your Sphere Of Influence”)

Signs And Wonders And God’s Instruction

Signs And Wonders And God’s Instruction (Kathy Gabler)

      We look for God in the moment rather than looking for signs and wonders or merely responding to need. Need may set the stage, but even need cannot be our priority focus.  God’s instruction is priority. But Peter put them all out [of the room] and knelt down and prayed; [AFTER HE ASKED GOD WHAT HE WANTED IN THIS MOMENT] then turning to the body he said, Tabitha, get up! And she opened her eyes; and when she saw Peter, she raised herself and sat upright. (Acts 9:40, Amp)  Peter didn’t presume or panic over Tabitha lying dead before him.  He did not respond merely to the other widows being upset, nor just act out of compassion for a friend. He was a man under authority, not a man under emotion.
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Destiny To Confront

Destiny To Confront

Jesus came to this earth to confront and contradict darkness. Upon occasion after occasion, He undid what darkness had done. He did not do that on a couple of auspicious occasions that happened to be remembered, but He did it on a regular basis. Jesus was the embodiment of the authority and power of God to do something about darkness. (Lk 1:79; Jn 8:12; 12:46) Jesus confronted darkness and contradicted it. They brought blind people to Him, He confronted blindness and contradicted it with sight. They brought lame people to Him and instead of going and calling the pastor to go visit them, he confronted lameness and contradicted it with strength and mobility. He confronted demon possession and contradicted it with liberty of the Spirit. The purpose of our Lord, the demonstration of our Lord and our destiny cannot be separated. It is the destiny of the Church to be the embodiment of the authority and power of God so we might confront and contradict darkness in this present generation.