We have a calling in Christ to live the supernatural life. The Father God saved us from sin and all its consequences through the substitutionary work of Christ at Calvary to the end that we might come into fellowship with Him. Our fellowship is with the Father and His Son Jesus Christ (1 John 1:3). Our walk with God is of faith, for we walk by faith and not by sight; and the just shall live by faith. Enoch walked with God and was not, for God took him (Genesis 5:24). How did he walk with God? By faith. Hebrews 11:5 tells us that by faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death, and before his translation he had the testimony that he pleased God. How did he please God? By faith, for it is impossible to please God without faith, for whosoever comes to Him must believe that He is and a Rewarder of those who diligently seek Him (verse 6 of Hebrews 11). The life to which we have been called in Christ is of faith, and it is supernatural. It is a life of seeing the invisible and doing the impossible. Take nothing from the fact that the man in Christ is supernatural because he is of God, born of God, born of the Word of God and of the Spirit of God. Hallelujah!
Faith is the substance or foundation of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1); and the revelation of the Word in our heart is the substance or evidence of faith; for faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God (Romans 10:17). Our opening Scripture tells us that with faith, all things are possible; all things are possible to him who believes. That means when we believe God’s Word with the heart and refuse to let the suggestions of our head and environment mingle with the conviction of the heart, and we are poised to act on the Word in faith, the supernatural is let loose; the impossible happens! It begins with absolute conviction, absolute faith in the Word; total rest in God birthed by the revelation of the Word. Then you start acting on that Word in your spirit, in prayer, in confession and in action, doing something in line with that Word. For example, having received the Word concerning your health, or marriage, or finances, or future, or ministry, you begin to meditate upon it, and pray about it until it settles within. Then you start acting upon it, taking physical steps consistent with your revelation – the revelation of the Word in your spirit. This is what it means and what it takes to do the impossible by faith. Hallelujah!
My Solid Front (Confession):
In the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, I declare that I walk in the supernatural; I see the invisible and do the impossible. My faith in God is effectual, producing every good result. Amen
Further Meditation: Matthew 9:29; Mark 11:22-24.