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– The Believers Heavenly Authority in Christ [Part 2] | By Alex D. Amos | Bible News

“Even when we were dead and doomed in our many sins, he united us into the very life of Christ and saved us by his wonderful grace! He raised us up with Christ the exalted One, and we ascended with him into the glorious perfection and authority of the heavenly realm, for we are now co-seated as one with Christ!” – Ephesians 2:5-6

The word of the Lord makes us to understand that we are seated with Christ in heavenly places. That means although we are in an exalted position with Christ, the authority is in heavenly places.

Apostle Arome Osayi of the Remnant Christian Network once said that the reason why God kept man’s divine provision in heavenly realms is because when He placed it in Adam’s hand, it was squandered and handed over to the devil. God kept it for man and not from man.

Just as it was with the spiritual blessings in heavenly places (Ephesians 1:3, 1Peter 1:3), also the authority of the believer resides in Jesus who is seated at God’s right hand and we are seated with Him in that realm as well, in heavenly realms.

If this be true, then man must lean on the instrument of transportation into the divine realm to be able to access the provision of authority that has been given to Him. One thing is to confess so as to build up one’s faith but the most important aspect for a man is the appropriation of that provision and that is where the instrument of transportation which is prayer, comes in.

The book of Jude 20 says the way to rise (same way a mighty edifice rises from the ground up), is by praying in the Holy Ghost. This is because where the name that gives the believer authority resides is a location.

Therefore as we arise in the Spirit we come to the place where the name resides. Bible says “At the name of the Jesus…” not “at the mention of the name of Jesus…”- Philippians 2:9.

“AT” in the statement points to a place. It denotes position. If you check the Greek transliteration of that scripture, this is exactly what the writer intended. When we come to that place and dwell there perpetually, we can exercise the authority that the government of the name affords the believer.


SEE MORE: Bible News: The Believer’s Authority [Part 1] | By Alex D. Amos

– The Believers Heavenly Authority in Christ [Part 2] | By Alex D. Amos | Bible News


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