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Philippians 3:10-11 (NKJV)
that I may know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings, being conformed to His death, if, by any means, I may attain to the resurrection from the dead.
By the time Apostle Paul wrote the words above, He had already been in ministry for many years and had preached to many people. He already had great revelations of the Lord Jesus Christ and had established many churches. But here we see him saying that his aim is to know the Lord Jesus. What does he really mean?
Apostle Paul understood that the more a person knows the Lord, the more like the Lord that person will become. And the ultimate of this is attaining to the resurrection from the dead. This means walking in the gloried body. Apostle Paul understood that it was possible for a person to so know God that he can attain to the resurrection from the dead. And he was not talking about the resurrection that we will all experience on the day of resurrection; he was talking about attaining it in his lifetime because of his rich knowledge of God. He was talking about being so saturated with God that a person becomes transfigured before the rapture.
The first thing a believer will experience in his true knowledge of the Lord is the power of His resurrection. This power is the greatest power ever known to man. It is the power that raised Jesus from the dead. All the powers of darkness couldn’t stop this power. This is the power that makes a believer a supernatural being. It empowers us to live truly holy lives, heal the sick, cast out devils, work miracles, raise the dead, etc.
Go into today remembering that our destiny in growing spiritually is to become like Christ, both in character and in stature. As long as your life is not yet fully like that of Christ, you still have to grow.
-Pastor SD Abraham
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