Wednesday, September 12, 2018

God's Access to Hurricanes and Other Things!

The following is a chapter from my book, The True Guardians of the Galaxy!

God Needs Us Diligent in Prayer

We as the Church are now the legal access for God that Jesus came here to obtain back for His Father. That is why God will wake you up in the middle of the night to pray and save a life, instead of act independently of man, and just do it Himself. That is why He said things like this: "So I sought for a man among them who would make a wall, and stand in the gap before Me on behalf of the land, that I should not destroy it; but I found no one." Ezekiel 22:30 That is why He listened to Abraham and bargained with Him over Sodom and Gomorrah. That is why He let Moses be so bold with Him when He wanted to destroy the children of Israel. Moses asked Him to repent. He did. No, He was not the least bit intimidated by Moses, He was simply revealing to all for ages to come, through a Divine mystery, that He needs us to complete the earth’s lease and bring as many home to Heaven as we and He can, together, as co-laborers. But we need to know how much God can use our prayer, and desires it, and He wants us in His face over His Divine promises. Oh, how God has stacked the deck for us in prayer! (In a manner of speaking.)

God is not in time, He can be in the past, present and future at the same time. He also has foreknowledge of events, and knows our needs before we even ask. He knows a coming crisis in our lives before we know about it. There is no such thing as praying too late, because He sees, hears and even answers the future prayers we pray retroactively. How far we can take this, I don't know. Could we pray a now prayer in faith about someone's salvation who died in the past? I know that sounds weird, and I am not making a doctrine out of that one.

Let me just ask you this: How many problems didn't happen for you yesterday because you prayed today instead of yesterday, and God was able to give you Divine favor retroactively? My whole point is that our God is a very qualified and able Supreme Being with skills and abilities and loopholes that ought to make us go for the impossible, expect the unexpected and explore limitlessness every day. When Jesus said, "on earth as it is in Heaven," I am thinking eternity can touch down on earth at times, and mess with our quantum physics of time, if needed. The more we get outside the box in our thinking, the more Heavenly and supernatural maneuvering of known physical laws we might have done for us by Him who loves us.  We just pray without ceasing and see what God can do with it.

In our physical being or flesh, we have two feet on the ground and are subject to the strength of spiritual darkness. The devil is the master. But through our New Birth, faith and prayer, we rise into Heavenly places with Christ and regain our dominion - we then being the master of evil, a gift given to us by our Master Jesus Christ. We become one with Him, we obtain lordship over the enemy and defeat him at every turn, any time, every time. We win against evil when we stand in faith with no quit in us. We succeed in prayer always.

When I say God needs legal access to act here, people say, what law must God abide by?  God abides by His own word and promises to us, which He calls unbreakable and immutable. "Thus God, determining to show more abundantly to the heirs of promise the immutability of His counsel, confirmed it by an oath, that by two immutable things, in which it is impossible for God to lie, we might have strong consolation, who have fled for refuge to lay hold of the hope set before us."  Hebrews 6:17-18 He cannot lie, because of His integrity, and He will not break the word. Therefore, He can only do things according to His word, and He has spoken the Redemption of man through man, the woman’s Seed, Jesus Christ. But Jesus does not operate independently from His Church. We are His body on earth, and we give Him and the Father legal access. 
"Jesus answered them, “Is it not written in your law, ‘I said, “You are gods”’? If He called them gods, to whom the word of God came (and the Scripture cannot be broken), do you say of Him whom the Father sanctified and sent into the world, ‘You are blaspheming,’ because I said, ‘I am the Son of God’?  John 10:34-36
First, Jesus says God called men to whom the word of God came gods at one point, but that is a teaching for another time. The point to take away from here is that Jesus, the head of the Church says that the word is unbreakable. Since God cannot break His word or way of doing things which the word lays out, He uses us His people for legal access to do things on earth. This is quite simple. If there is a threat to this planet, God will use His praying believers to deflect it.  This is in case something gets past God’s order of Creation, which does happen, as God says the Creation is subject to birth pangs. I have taught on this legal access in depth in my book, “Heaven’s Mysteries for the Last Generation!”

Recently, Debbie and I prayed over the Yellowstone Caldera and declared settling and peace to it. This super volcano erupting is claimed to be an extinction event by scientists. But God. In recent weeks, there have been hundreds of mini earthquakes and tremors inside and near the volcano. This is an item that we cover in prayer. God works with His people, not for them. Our prayers allow God to get into this earth to fix the super volcano. My reason for sharing that is so that some of you prayer warriors can agree and add your faith to the intercession over Yellowstone, and do so routinely. It is time for the Church to become “The True Guardians of the Galaxy!" Who are they? Yes, you guessed it, they are the people of God and believers in Christ Jesus, and their prayers over mankind and the Creation.  They are the revealing of the sons of God in His glory here on earth. We are a foretaste, a sign and a symbol of Jesus and His return and His millennial reign. Jesus is pre-orchestrating us by His Spirit for His own return and has us in boot camp for it. It is quite exciting.

Greg Nichols

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