Friday, June 22, 2018

No Loss and No Lack... It all yours

Yes, God has promised us a world of no limits in His Word.

And when you begin to grasp this realm of no limits, you don’t want to come out of it—ever.

God has placed this word on my heart so heavily that I have to share it with you. I believe it’s what God has in store for His people in the coming days.

Did you know you can have a life with no limitations? Everything is yours!

This is not just something I’m saying. God said it:

Therefore let no one boast in men. For all things are yours: whether Paul or Apollos or Cephas, or the world or life or death, or things present or things to come—all are yours. And you are Christ’s, and Christ is God’s. (1 Corinthians 3:21-23)

This can be life-changing if you can grasp the truth that there are no limits in life or death, present or future. All things are yours.

But I must tell you that grasping this truth isn’t something that everyone does. Most of us are simply not taught about this.

Breaking Away from the Limitations of the Old Life
Before you were born again, your life was filled with limitations. But the instant you stepped out of your old life, you came into a new life:

Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. (2 Corinthians 5:17)
You literally begin to walk in a world that has no limits. The flesh has limits, but the spirit has no limits. Since you were born again there are no limits in your life.

Limitations are only in the flesh. Limitation is only in your old life. The minute you are saved, limits disappear. In Jesus there are no limits. Let this truth sink in.

We have been so accustomed to limits of the mind, limits of the body. But your new life has no limits. The Word of God says to never think about your old life the same way again before you were saved. The way you used to see life must be cancelled.

You have no limits in the Spirit, whether alive or dead, past, present, or future. There are no limits because all things are yours. “You are Christ’s, and Christ is God’s.”

This means that everything Jesus walks in, you also walk in. There are no limits. Your life from here on will have no past reference. What you used to do is cancelled.

From that point forward, it is not about your old life. I don’t have an old life. You don’t have an old life. It doesn’t exist. I am a new creation in Christ Jesus. All things are new. Old things are passed away.

Close your eyes and say, “All things are mine!”

That is the world I’m about to introduce to you—absolute reality!

Say, “The world is mine! Life is mine! Death is mine! The present is mine! The future is mine! All things are mine!”

It’s in the Bible, and you cannot change it.

All Things Are Yours
Eternal life is yours—you are no longer dead in your sins. Death you’ll overcome. The present you’ll rule. The future you’ll rule. Everything is yours.

You have to accept it as fact that the world that we live in as Christians has no limits.

The world we see around us and the flesh have limits, but the world that has been promised to us has no limitations.

Limitations are only known to the old life. Limitations are only known to the old man. And all limitations disappear in Jesus.

All limitations disappear when He who is eternity lives inside of you. It’s so important that you get this in your spirit:

God does not live in eternity; He is eternity!
God does not live. He is life!
God does not exist. He is existence!
And when He, who is all things and all life and eternity, lives in you, then the world has no limits in your heart. All limitations disappear in Jesus.
That’s why we can say, “Everything is mine!”

Your Past Doesn’t Exist
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God says, “Old things are passed away.” They’re gone.

But the enemy of your soul doesn’t want you to understand the “no limits” concept of being a new creation and walking in the Spirit.


The only weapon the enemy can use against you is your past.

God promises, “As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us” (Psalm 103:12).
They’re gone! As a believer, you have no past record to pull from. It never happened. It doesn’t exist. You have no past.

Too many believers talk as though we have a past, but those things you used to do or the person you used to be doesn’t exist anymore.

I have no past.

You have no past.

Old things are passed away.

The devil will attack you mercilessly and relentlessly with your past, but in God’s eyes it never happened. You have no past. That sin never happened because it is gone. You do not have a past. You are eternal. All things are yours. You are a new creation.

There is no limit in your past, present or future. This is walking in the Spirit. You walk in a world with no limitations.

You have no past. It doesn’t exist. You do not have a past, because the past has been cancelled by God. Your past never happened.

You may say, “I used to do drugs.” No! You were not there. That does not exist. It is erased. There is no past life. There is no past record. There is no past reference, because the past never took place in God’s eyes.

It never happened!

Kathryn Kuhlman got that message early in her life, and it transformed her when she realized that the only weapon that the devil has against you is your past.

When she was young, she married a pastor, then she divorced him three weeks later. He had left his wife for her. It was bad enough to be a woman preacher back then, but to be a divorced woman preacher was big trouble, especially when the man left his wife for her.

She was walking down a road, and a sign said, “Dead End.” God dealt with her, and she repented. When she did, God spoke to her and said, “In my books, it never happened. Because you repented, it is erased. I cannot find it in My books.”

The old Kathryn died. She went back into the ministry, and a little later a woman came up to her and sneered, “How dare you preach? You’re a divorced woman!” And Kathryn said, “Oh, honey, that was somebody else!”

She no longer identified with that Kathryn Kuhlman. It was in the past. She refused to allow Satan to dictate the rest of her life.

That’s why God wants you to take the weapon of the past away from the enemy of your soul. There is no past.

That’s why people who confess old sins—“I used to be…” or “I used to do…”—are not living in the world of no limits.

Old things are passed away. All things are new. You are a new creation. The old creation doesn’t exist. You are a brand-new person.

Do you believe it? If yes, then live it!

I have no past! No record. No reference to pull from. Your past never happened. It never took place. It’s the Bible.

No limits.

When you begin to live with no limits and no past, victory will come to you like an explosion.

How Do We Live Without Limits? live for today

How do we walk in the Spirit? How do we live as a new creation? How do we live with no past? How do we live without limitations?

More importantly, how do we get there?

We begin by obeying God and acting on His Word rather than by allowing the enemy of your soul to continue to define your life by your past.

You have to act the life of a new creation. Unbelief depends on feelings. Faith depends on God’s promises.

Look to God, not the limitations.

When the children of Israel were delivered from Egypt, the Exodus was soon followed by a massive challenge between the old and the new.

When the Israelites came to the Red Sea, they saw the Egyptians behind them and the sea in front of them. Using human logic, it was a terrible place to be. Behind them was death. Before them was death. They were trapped with nowhere to go.

But something happened that day. In the natural, what they saw was death. Moses, on the other hand, saw things differently. He lived in a world of no limits.

Moses did not see the Egyptians or the sea. He saw God! When you see God you don’t see the past:

The LORD said to Moses, “Why do you cry to Me? Tell the children of Israel to go forward. But lift up your rod, and stretch out your hand over the sea and divide it. And the children of Israel shall go on dry ground through the midst of the sea.” Then Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the Lord caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all that night, and made the sea into dry land, and the waters were divided. (Exodus 14:15-16)
Going forward made no sense. If the children of Israel went forward, they would drown. If they went backward, they would get killed. To human logic, neither way made sense. In the natural, they were trapped.

The old way sees limitations.

But when God said, “Go forward,” He was not saying to go forward in the natural. He was telling the children of Israel to go forward as they walked on His promises.

Moses did not see the Egyptians or the sea because he was living the new life. Moses saw God. When He saw and heard God, the Egyptians disappeared and the Red Sea no longer meant death. It disappeared, too.

The second Moses stretched out his rod, the invisible became reality! They walked on dry land. Then the Egyptians who tried to do the same thing drowned.

What was the difference? It was God! Moses saw and obeyed the Lord, even in a terrifying situation. And the course of history was changed forever as a result.

Illuminating the Shadows
David wrote:

“Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me” (Psalm 23:4Open in Logos Bible Software (if available)).
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The shadow of death is a terrifying place, but David didn’t see the valley because he saw God. They minute he said, “Thou art with me,” he was not looking at the valley but was looking at the One next to him.

In the natural, people see the valley, but those who see the Lord have no fear.

When you see the Lord, you’ll never see the valley.

When you see the Lord, you’ll never see the Egyptians.

When you see the Lord, you’ll never see the Red Sea.

When you see the Lord, He’s more real to you than the valley, the Egyptians, and the Red Sea.

That is the world we belong in—the realm of no limits.

And God Himself has given the promise of a no-limits life as you walk in the Spirit.

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