Christ Your life

His Kingdom multiplied through you


Joseph Prince has written powerfully, at the direction of the Holy Spirit, in The Power of Right Believing. Grace and truth are not abstractions. Grace and truth is the person of Jesus. God is grace and truth. But grace is not an elastic something that exists so that we can stumble along in non-truth. It nurses us into an increasing fullness of truth. Grace gives rise to the Spirit of Revelation. Pr Prince’s writing encourages believers to believe what God has done for us in Christ, to live in the intimacy with Father than has been won for us in Jesus. We have nurture and sustenance in Father because Jesus performed. Not because we have.


There are Believers whose spirit grows in the continual revelation of God and Believers who are no less precious but who are inert and stationary because they have imagined that they can simply bolt ‘Spirit-filled’ onto their traditions. But what if one's tradition is not the gospel of the Kingdom? What if it is actually another gospel and a distortion of what Christ achieved and handed on to us by the apostles? What if Believers have a form of godliness and are simply living out an old creation and congealed in a pre-Christian mentality?

Increasingly Believers are walking in the current revelation of Jesus. Rather than just any gospel or a gospel of random acts of religion they model the gospel of the Kingdom. They keep in step with the Spirit who is always on the move. They enjoy continual revelation – the revelation of who God is, what He has done for us and who we are in in Him. They proceed each day into the fullness of Christ their life and as a result exceed themselves. They encourage you and others in this evolution of the spirit. Just as Father is infinite so to a lesser extent are we – because we are His sons and because we are an extension of Him.

Then again we can have remained in stagnation for the last twenty years. It’s possible to have only as much spiritual discernment as a marrow because we will not advance beyond what we know. The opposite to a spirit of wisdom and revelation is a spirit of dullness. Here we do not glow because we do no know what we do not know.

Recently in The Age there was an article about the blissful confidence of the inept. It said, 'It is an unfortunate paradox: If you’re bad at something, you probably also lack the skills to assess your own performance. And if you don’t know much about a topic, you’re unlikely to be aware of the scope of your own ignorance.' Reminds one of President Trump. Blindness in the natural is even more so in the spiritual where insight and discernment count so much more that intelligence and information. If we don't know what the
new covenant is, what it implies and how it is connected to the new creation and Kingdom of God, we will confidently continue in forms of lifelessness under the impression that we are in the anointing of the Spirit. Not knowing what the new covenant is we will not know what Godliness is or what the New Creation is.


It does matter what you believe. Theology is not irrelevant. Good theology is simply accurate knowledge about our Father and our relationship to Him as sons. In Dancing with God, James Malone writes,
‘Habitation comes from truly knowing His person… true faith can only operate when there is a revelation of God’s true person.’ We might add, we are who we really are in God when we understand who Father really is and what He has done for us in Jesus and the Holy Spirit. We have no right to a personal or denominational perspective that is out of sync with the revelation of Jesus in the new covenant. No right at all to a perspective that contradicts the apostles doctrine, delivers an inferior identity and perpetuates Adam and Moses as though it is a badge of honour.

Should we lack the spirit of wisdom and revelation we will be unaware when God is among us and prone to think He is here when He is not. One of the saddest illusions is to think we are in the Spirit when we are ensconced in the toils of the letter that kills. We cannot be an apostolic people if we are living in old covenant assumptions. Apostleship grounded in the law and old covenant is an absurdity. But we can be all that we were created to be personally and as the church when Christ is our life, when Father is truly our Father and we are filled with the Holy Spirit of wisdom, revelation and strategy. In this state we are competent to minister the Kingdom.

'Dear friends, now we are children of God, and what we will be has not yet been made known. But we know that when Christ appears, we shall be like him, for we shall see him as he is'
1 John 3.2 NIV.


'Now if we are children, then we are heirs--heirs of God and co-heirs with Christ, if indeed we share in his sufferings in order that we may also share in his glory' Rom 8.17 NIV.