Ebola Fear
Are we in faith or fear?
We need to be aware, because the devil is prowling around like a lion looking to devour somebody
(1 Peter 5:8).

Fear can cause people to panic. We should be careful not to speak the worst of a situation. When we repeat other people’s fears, we’re just like little children singing and playing ‘ring a ring a rosy’, catching what they’ve got and then ‘all falling down’ together at the end.

In these days we need to keep in worship and in the intimacy of His presence by singing His promises over us!

When we do this through faith we go beyond this present timeline and pass the ‘snake line’ to bring us into a higher eternal realm – the realm where sickness and diseases don’t belong and all our promises exist.

We come out of the domain of darkness and enter into the sonship of the kingdom (Col. 1).

John G. Lake understood this principle of faith. During an outbreak of bubonic plague that was racing through the population he wasn’t fearful of catching it, but was out amongst those affected by the disease and burying the dead.

He was challenge by doctors because he wasn’t getting sick. They asked why? They even put the germ on John G Lake’s hand and put it under a microscope. Instantly, the bacteria died on his hand under the ‘scope. John G Lake said, “Brother, that is the ‘law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus’ flowing through my veins and out through my pores.”

Brothers and sisters in Christ, we need to understand that we have the domain of the kingdom inside of us and we are from above and not below. John the Baptist said he who comes from above is above all (John 3). It’s true. We have been raised up with Christ and seated in heavenly places (Ephesians 2:6) and no illegal immigrant has the right to enter into our body and kill us. This is the hour where we need to walk in the realm of the kingdom of power. The kingdom of heaven is not a matter of talk but of power (1Corinthians 4:20).