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Faith—Your Ticket To Tapping Into the Supernatural

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At the beginning of this year, the Spirit of the Lord through Kenneth Copeland said that 2024 would be a year of more and more, and more and more. That we’d see more finances, more healings, more miracles, more outpourings, more people coming to Jesus and more supernatural things happening. But if we want to receive all that God intends for us this year, we’ll have to receive it by faith. Faith is how we tap into the supernatural realm of the unseen and bring it into this seen realm. Hebrews 11:1 says, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (NKJV). What more is it that you are believing God to do in 2024? To help you receive all that God has for you, consider the following ways you can begin increasing your capacity for Faith—Your Ticket To Tapping Into the Supernatural.

Practice expectancy.

Hebrews 11 starts out saying, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for.” Hope is a powerful force that works with our faith. It fuels our faith. Hope is expectancy. What are you expecting to happen? Hope looks to the future, and faith is what brings the future into the present.

God wants us to abound in hope, but the devil will always give us reason not to get our hopes up. Dare to get them up anyway! It’s the year of more and more, and more and more. The key is to put our hope in the Lord, and not anyone or anything else. Psalm 33:20 says, “We put our hope in the LORD.” Hoping in Him means that we can’t misplace our hope!

Practice believing.

“Therefore I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them.” –Mark 11:24 (NKJV)

Kenneth’s first faith project was a pair of socks. For years, like any young adult, if he ran out of socks, then he would simply get a pair from his dad’s supply. Well, there came a day when that didn’t work anymore, and all his socks had worn out. In the meantime, he had learned to live by faith, so he decided to get new socks by faith. He listened to the Word night and day. He listened to the preached Word. He read the Gospels. As Kenneth put it, he and Gloria didn’t have time for television or anything else, because they were either listening to the Word on tape or reading it.

Eventually, Kenneth had the money to get his new socks, but what he did by listening to the Word and releasing his faith for those socks was to increase his capacity for faith. He increased his capacity for the supernatural. What is it you’re believing for this year? Increase your capacity for the supernatural by believing for something specific. Find the verse(s) you’re going to stand on and believe them by faith. Say them. Declare them. And trust that God is working on your behalf.

Practice receiving.

“Until now you have asked nothing in My name. Ask, and you will receive, that your joy may be full.” –John 16:24 (NKJV)

“I believe I receive.” It’s a confession we make with our mouths when we choose faith in the Word of God. It’s how we continue to release our faith as we stand praying in faith. Even as we say it out loud, we can feel faith rise up on the inside of us. This is just one more way we increase our capacity to receive.

Receiving from God involves asking based on the Word of God. Our request must be based on a promise we find in the Word of God. Once we have that promise, we stand on the blood covenant and establish a relationship with our heavenly Father through the Name of Jesus regarding that particular promise. When we do that, we “cross that faith line and call it done,” as Kenneth Copeland says.

When we cross a faith line, we don’t look back; we don’t second-guess and we don’t doubt. We only believe that we receive! Practice receiving more and more this year, and as you do, you will increase your capacity for the supernatural.

Practice praying in tongues.

“But you, beloved, building yourselves up on your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Spirit, keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life.” –Jude 20-21 (NKJV)

When we pray in tongues, not only are we praying out the will of God, but we are also increasing our capacity for the supernatural. We’re expanding our faith to receive. Paul wrote that he spoke with tongues “more than you all” (1 Corinthians 14:18) and look at all God did through him! What if we made it our goal in 2024 to pray in the spirit as much as Paul did?

Praying in tongues prays mysteries of God. We’re praying out the will of God that He wants done in this earth. We’re tapping into a realm of the spirit that our natural selves can’t access. We’re bringing heaven and earth together! What’s more, as Jude wrote, we’re building ourselves up; we’re actually building our faith.

Honor the Word of the Lord.

“If you receive a prophet as one who speaks for God, you will be given the same reward as a prophet. And if you receive righteous people because of their righteousness, you will be given a reward like theirs.” –Matthew 10:41

God wants us to honor the words He speaks through His prophets in this earthly realm. We honor them by receiving them according to Matthew 10:41, and then believing and releasing our faith for those words to come to pass in this earth and in our lives. Near the end of 2023, the Spirit of the Lord prophesied through Kenneth Copeland the following word. Allow it to further encourage your faith and increase your capacity for the supernatural. For the complete words that the Lord shared through Brother Copeland, read THIS.