OK…I have been hearing wonderful feedback on this Truth – But he that endureth to the end shall be saved (Matthew 10:22). There is a process that all true believers must work through in order to walk in the fullness of their salvation (Phil 2:12). Christ completed the work on the cross and there is still work we have to undertake in order to experience the fullness of our salvation and to truly believe.

We must learn how to operate at the right hand of Christ in heavenly places, purify our hearts, cleanse our spirits and become whole as a pure reflection of Him.

That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved (Romans 10:9). We know that the scripture is Truth, but do we understand what it means to really believe? Not believe by our standards, but believing as defined by the requirements of scripture (Mark 16:17; John 14:12). This is when our walk with the Lord becomes fun and truly empowered in the things of Jesus. This is when we walk into the fullness of our salvation.

The great thing is this is when being a true believer becomes awesome! You get to be a vessel for His signs, wonders and miracles. Yet, so few of us are truly seeking the narrow way. There is more to our walks with the Lord than accepting Him into our hearts. We must allow Him to make us a new creature in Him.

My heart has been crying out for His people to truly understand this. We have got to get beyond tradition and rudiments of man and enter into His righteousness so we can become perfected and operate in the full dominion, power and authority we have been given through Christ.

I am really feeling this stronger than ever today and I pray that the Lord is sharing this with your heart and teaching you how to truly accelerate how to walk in His presence at all times.

Have an incredible Monday. I will be releasing many, many teachings in the days to come to help us better understand the narrow way so you can find it.

I Love You!

In Christ,