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[M] Dan Mohler - Growing up into Him

Dan Mohler on growing up into Him:

So when people say, “Yeah but Dan, the reality is not everybody is healed,” how do you respond? I simply respond, “Well I know why you are saying that and in all due respect and the only reason you are saying that is because of your experience and our experience. But the Bible says we’re to teach and train until we grow up into Him in all things - that we’re to follow Jesus. And the Bible says the things He did we’ll do also if we believe. But when you say that: ‘But everybody is not,’ that’s an absolute expression of uncertainty and unbelief.” But yet what’s waiting for the believer is following Jesus. “These signs follow those that believe.” “If you believe in me, the things I do, you will do.” “As the Father sent me, I send you.” “Go in my name for all authority I give you - all authority over all power - to tread upon serpents, scorpions and all the power of the enemy.” Right? “I give it to you.” And then we’re still tossing around the will of God. So when we pray we’re praying because we have great need, not because we have an answer. We’re praying because we have great need so we’re trying to incorporate God and His word and promises into our need hoping it prevails and works and bails out our loved one. And most of the time it’s a “fingers crossed” prayer saying all the right things without a revelation of God’s will in the matter.1


“You have set him over the works of your hands. You have put all things in subjection under his feet for in that He” - God - Who’s doing this? God. He put all things in subjection under him - small h-i-m - meaning man. “He left nothing that is not put under him. But now we do not yet see all things put under him.” Who has seen the answer to all their prayers? Who’s seen the total recovery and healing of all their situations? Who’s seen everything go the way the Bible says it’s supposed to? But yet all things are placed in subjection under our feet it says. And that we are in authority over the works of His hands. For in that He put all in subjection under him he left nothing that is not put under him. But now we don’t yet see all things under him.” But look what the next four words are saying - verse 9. “But we see Jesus.” Where do you fix your eyes when you don’t see things in subjection to what you believe you authority in? Where do you have to keep looking? [Jesus] What do we tend to do when things don’t make sense? Come up with explanations, make analogies and create theory. And the Bible says when things aren’t in subjection you better keep your eyes on Jesus. Because He is the truth and we are growing in Him. And if we come up with an answer apart from Him you’re going to definitely create a ceiling and you’re going to let your experience remain your experience. Isn’t this talking about increase and growth and keeping your heart in a good place? He crowned us with glory and honor. He set us over the works of His hands and put all things in subjection under our feet. What did He say in Luke? “Behold I give you authority over all the power of the enemy.” Right? “Behold I give you authority to tread upon serpents, scorpions and all the power of the enemy. And nothing by any means shall harm you.”  And sometimes it seems like we are harmed. Sometimes it seems like things don’t submit. But the Bible is teaching us there’s a place to grow in authority. There’s a place to grow in love. There’s a place to grow in understanding to where we can move in the subduing of all things. Because He set us over the works of His hands.2

 “You will say to the mountain, ‘Move,’ and the mountain…” will what? Will it move? It will. He didn’t say maybe it’ll move. He said it will move. So, is the evidence of faith, you speaking at a mountain or the mountain moving? [mountain moving] Right. Wow. So if a mountain doesn’t move let’s not be presumptuous and say, “Well, I’m in faith.” Let’s just say, “God keep taking me in deeper.”3

One of the questions we get all the time when we do “Power and Love” [conferences] - “How come if it’s God’s will to heal everybody, everybody’s not healed?” That’s like the number one question. That question should be long answered because we aren’t walking in the revelation we’re called to and we’ve still got issues that they are still getting resolved in our lives. Doesn’t have nothing to do with God - has nothing to do with God. Did He give us the authority of His name? Did He tell us, “All things, whatever we ask in prayer believing, it shall be done and we’ll receive it?” Did He say, “If you believe in me, the things I do, you’ll do and even greater things because I go to the Father?” Did He say, “As the Father sent me, I send you?” Did He say all that? Do you believe it? Then we have to grow into it. Why, just because something didn’t come into line with what He said do we change what He said? Why don’t we just seek more? Why don’t we just press in? Why don’t just die to things more? Why don’t … and I’m heading somewhere with this. You’ll see. Because it’s the number one question - “Then how come everybody’s not healed?” Prayer isn’t the evidence of faith. We covered that last week. Just because you pray doesn’t mean you’re in faith. Sometimes you can pray just because you’re trying it just to see if it works. Just because you know you can pray you pray. It doesn’t mean you have a revelation of God’s love for people and the finished work of Christ. Are you following me? We think because we pray, we’ve believed.4

 

 

References:
1. Growing up into Him - objection - not everyone gets healed - Dan Mohler 1:36)
2. Growing up into Him - Heb. 2:8 - all not in subjection - eyes on Jesus - (2:14) 
3. Growing up into Him - faith - evidence of - mountain moves - (:26) 
4. Growing up into Him - objection - why aren't all healed? - (1:34)
5. Growing up into Him - nothing can stop the power of God - except representative - Dan Mohler (:20)

6. Growing up into Him - we were trained in the world's wisdom - (:19)
7. Growing up into Him - until His experience is mine - my birthright (born again) - (1:13)







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