We Walk with God by Saying Words – text

We Walk with God by Saying Words – by A. J. Hemstrought

Taste and see… if I put the Word of God in my mouth, then I will see it happen. If I do not put it in my mouth, I am never going to see it happen.

We are selling a particular kind of knowledge here, knowing the Holy Ghost as God, and how to walk with Him.

If He is God, and He is in the earth (and of course we have many messages available on how He is God, and that He is in the earth) how we walk with Him becomes important. If He is God in the earth, and we do not know how to walk with Him… what good would that be?

The number one way we walk with Him is by saying words. Did you know that? The number one way you walk with the Holy Ghost (who is God in the earth today) is by opening your mouth and saying words.

Sometimes you have to return to the basics, because a lot of people do not know the basics.

Amos 3:3 says — “Can two walk together, except they be agreed?” The word “agreed” means to say the same thing. It is impossible to walk with God, or live with God in this earth, unless you are saying the same thing.

Once you know that the Holy Ghost is God, you need to learn how to say the same thing. If you are going to say the same things that He said, you need to first find out what He said, and then get in agreement with it. What does “agreement” mean? It means to say the same thing.

We are knowing the Holy Ghost as God (as a person) and we are realizing that He is God. Wouldn’t it be good to know that? It is amazing how many people will tell me that they are just now realizing that the Holy Ghost is God, because of this ministry. And if He is God, like I’ve said before, once you know Him as God, you should worship Him as God. But most people do not preach about the Holy Ghost at all, or if they do, they are just talking about an anointing. We are talking about knowing the Holy Ghost as God, and walking with Him.

Hebrews 11:6 — “But without faith it is impossible to please Him.” Once we know that He is God, then what? We see here that without faith it is impossible to please Him. If you are going to walk with God, it is a faith proposition, and it is a word proposition. Faith will be involved, and the word will be involved — and if you want to walk with God you are going to have to say some things. He is a word God, and He is a faith God, and so if you want to walk with God you will be saying some things.

The Holy Ghost will do for you whatever you say that He will do for you. The Holy Ghost is going to do for you what you say He will do for you, and He won’t do for you what you do not say.

He is a word God, He is a faith God; if we are going to walk with Him, there are going to be words involved, and faith involved. You are going to end up saying some things. The Holy Ghost will do for you whatever you say He will do for you.

The question you can ask yourself is, “Will this work on my situation?” Well, we are talking about you saying words in agreement with God the Holy Ghost — it will work for you in your situation if you say it will.

Let’s look at this in the word: “will it work in my situation…?”

Luke 4:4 — “Jesus answered him, saying, It is written, That man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God.”

If He is saying you are to live by the Word of God, there has to be life in the Word of God that He is telling you to live by. There must be life in the Word of God. If we are called to live by the Word of God, there must be something in the Word of God to live by — there is life in the Word of God.

Man shall not live by bread alone.” That means you shall not live by bread alone, but by the Word of God. In other places it says, “by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” (Matthew 4:4)

So God is saying things, and I have to live by those things that God is saying, and there is life in those things that God is saying. So if I get in agreement and say the same things that God is saying, life will come out of that word into my life.

What kind of life do you suppose will come out of that word into your life? It would be whatever life was in that word. If God said “by His stripes you are healed,” and you start saying “by His stripes I am healed” — what kind of life is going to come out of that word into your life? Healing, and you will live by it.

“Man shall live by…” If we are going to live by it, there has to be life in it; and that word, spoken out of your mouth, is how you get the life out of it.

Who spoke the scriptures? The Holy Ghost spoke the scriptures. I am showing you what He spoke, and if we are going to walk with Him (by being in agreement with Him, and saying those things, and getting life and living out of that word) then we need to know who spoke it first, because we are all about walking with the Holy Ghost.

2 Peter 1:20 — “Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost.”

What were these holy men of God doing? They were speaking. What were they speaking? The words of God. They were moved by the Holy Ghost — they spoke as they were moved by the Holy Ghost.

In these scriptures the Holy Ghost has already spoken certain things. He is the same God that is in the earth today, He spoke these things. If we want to walk with Him we are going to have to say the same things, we are going to have to live by the words that came out of the mouth of God; and if we are going to live by those words there has to have been life in the word to begin with. There is life in every word of God that you can live by.

Every word of God has the ability within itself to bring itself to pass.

Every word of God has the ability within itself to bring itself to pass. It has the life in it to make it happen, it is in there already. The Holy Ghost spoke it and the life to make it happen, or the ability to make it happen, or the faith (as we will see later on) to make it happen is in the word itself.

Now it is a matter of how we get it out of the word and into our situation. Every word of God has the ability, or life, within itself to bring itself to pass.

“To bring itself to pass.” What does that mean? Well, “itself” would be whatever it said. If He said “by His stripes you are healed” there is healing in that verse to bring healing to pass. If He said that He is going to prosper you, “The blessing of the LORD, it maketh rich, and he addeth no sorrow with it” (Proverbs 10:22) — what is in that verse of scripture? The life, and the prosperity, to bring itself to pass. It is in there already.

Isaiah 55:10 — “For as the rain cometh down, and the snow from heaven, and returneth not thither, but watereth the earth, and maketh it bring forth and bud, that it may give seed to the sower and bread to the eater: So shall my word be that goes forth out of my mouth.”

What did we just read about God’s word? It came out of His mouth.

So shall my word be that goes forth out of my mouth: it…” (my word) “shall not return to me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.” How can He say that unless there was ability in that word to bring itself to pass?

There is power, there is faith, there is life in every word of God to bring itself to pass.

“Will it work in my situation?”

Yes. If you learn how to walk with the Holy Ghost who is God in the earth today by being in agreement with His word, those things will come to pass — those things that He already said.

2 Corinthians 1:20 says — “For all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him amen.” All the promises of God are yes and amen.

Amen means “so be it.” He has already said “yes” to all the promises of God. Yes. He spoke the promise and then said yes. All the promises, in Him, are yes and amen.

Who says the Amen? We do. We have to agree with His word for it to come to pass as a “yes” in our lives.

This is basic, but it is how we walk with God by speaking in agreement with His word. It is important for you to understand that every word of God — especially every promise of God — has the ability, power, force, faith in it, life in it, to bring itself to pass. To bring whatever it said to pass in your life — whether it is healing, whether it is youth renewal, whether it is prosperity… whatever it is, it will bring itself to pass.

You do not have to make it come to pass. What brings it to pass? The word itself. The power that is in the word makes it come to pass.

James 1:21 — “Receive with meekness the engrafted word, which is able to save your souls.” That word “saved” can be found in many other places in the Bible, and it means delivered, it means healed, it means, basically, whatever you need.

We are going to receive with meekness the engrafted word.

If you are going to graft something onto a tree, what do you do? You cut off something that was there before and then you graft on a new something — in this case we are engrafting the word. I am engrafting the word; I am taking the word and I am in grafting it into my life.

If it is a word, how you going to engraft it? You are going to speak it. You are going to cut off saying something:

“I am sick. I get sick at this time of year all of the time.”

You are going to cut off that, and you are going to engraft the Word of God which is able to save your soul.

It is saying the word which is able to do it. Did it say you are able to do it? No, it says the Word is able to do it. We are the ones that are engrafting it, but it is the word that is going to save or bring it to pass.

What if the word that you are engrafting is, “I am no longer poor. My God supplies all my need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus”? When you see a need come up, you cut off at the tongue what you were going to say:

“Oh, I do not know how I am going to make it!”

And you are going to engraft in there… What? His word. “My God supplies all my needs. The blessing of the Lord makes me rich, and adds no sorrow with it.”

This is how you do it. This is how you walk with God. You engraft His word. It is not your word — your word was not working. You are engrafting His word, and His word has the ability within itself to bring itself to pass in your life. It will bear that fruit if you engraft it in.

(We all understand grafting, right? I should include a diagram of something being grafted onto a tree.)

So, we receive the engrafted word, which is able to deliver, save, heal, prosper… If I graft it in, it is able to do it. If I do not graft it in, it is not able to do it. And if it is able to do it, it must have power in itself to do it. It is not my power — it brings itself to pass, if I engraft it.

Some people have never experienced the effect of having the word engrafted into their life, they have never experienced the effect of having the word in their mouth.

Some people have never experienced the effect of having the Word of God in their mouth.

What is the effect of having the Word of God in your mouth? The effect will be whatever the Word of God is, because that word of God produces itself in your life if you have it in your mouth. If you do not have it in your mouth, it cannot effectually produce itself.

This is true even, unfortunately, for word of faith people (people who would call themselves word of faith people). They believe this, they have heard it preached for years, but they have never done it. People have gone through this whole era of word of faith — all this teaching about the mouth, and confession, and being in agreement with God and His Word — and have never had it come to pass in their lives because they do not do it.

I could name over, and over, and over people who would say, “I tried it, and it didn’t work.”

You tried it, but you didn’t keep at it. You didn’t continue.

Hebrews 6:1 — “Therefore leaving the principles of the doctrine of Christ, let us go on to perfection.

(Go down to verse 5, because there is a whole bunch of stuff in there that I just do not want to have to touch on right now.)

And have tasted the good word of God.

If I am tasting the good word of God, what have I done with the Word of God? It is in my mouth; I have put it in my mouth. You do not taste things with your leg, or your foot, or your hand.

And have tasted the good word of God.” Meaning they have experienced the good word of God. Why would they call it the good word of God? Because it did something for them in their life.

And have tasted the good word of God, and the powers of the world to come.” To taste the Word of God, you have to put it in your mouth.

There is another verse of scripture that says, “O taste and see that the LORD is good.” (Psalms 34:8)

When am I going to see the results of the Lord being good? After I taste. Taste and see. So, I am going to be putting the Word of God in my mouth, and then I will see it happen. If I do not put it in my mouth, I am never going to see it.

This what I am talking about. This is something that everyone should experience; everyone can, and everyone should — if they will put the word of God in their mouths.

I am reminded of Alice in Wonderland. Remember what it said on the little cake that made her grow? “Eat me.”

You are not going to see the result until you put it in your mouth. And what am I talking about putting in your mouth? The scriptures. The word.

And it does not take five scriptures, it takes one scripture — just one. You can prove it with one scripture. You put that scripture in your mouth, and you say it, and you say it, and you say it, and you continue to say it. And the other things that you used to say? Remember, you have been grafting the word of God in there, so you are not going to say those old things anymore — you cut those off. That is what “cut those off” means. You are only going to say that scripture. One scripture.

I have many scriptures that I say all the time, but if there is a situation I am dealing with, I’ll find one scripture that deals with that particular situation, and I’ll cut off saying anything else, and I’ll engraft that one word and say it. What is going to happen? That word is going to be able to go out and bring itself to pass. I am not making it come to pass, the word itself is bringing itself to pass; because the word itself has the power, and the ability, and the life in it to bring itself to pass.

You put it in your mouth. You say it. When you say it, what happens? Faith comes.

Romans 10:17 — “Faith cometh by hearing.” When you say it, faith comes —  because you hear it. By the way, it is not your faith — it is His faith. How can faith come? By hearing the word. How can it come by hearing the word, unless there is faith in the word? It is not just on me, I am not generating faith. Faith is in the word itself, to bring itself to pass. When I hear it, the faith that is in that word goes into me. When I say the word, the faith goes in my ear, and more faith comes.

1 John 5:4 — “For whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world, and this is the victory that overcometh the world…” I wish He would just tell us what the victory is that overcomes the world. (And here “the world” could mean poverty, the world could be sickness, the world could be any number of things that you need to be delivered from — they are in the world, you know that, right? There are things in the world that you need to overcome.)

This is the victory that overcometh the world: even our faith.” How did we get that faith? Did we just make it up?

“I have to believe it. I have to believe, I have to believe!”

No. That is not how you believe. You believe because of the word — the faith in the word that you put in your mouth and you heard.

I find it curious that it says, “even our faith.” Who wrote this verse of scripture? The Holy Ghost wrote this verse of scripture, and He says “our faith.” It is His faith! There is faith in the word (His faith), and when you graft it into yourself it becomes your faith, too! That is how you get the faith that came from Him.

We are not trying to generate faith. He has the faith, we have just been grafted into it. This is the victory that overcomes the world, overcomes the sickness, overcomes the lack — even our faith! Our faith. Who is the “our?” The Holy Ghost in you, and you in the Holy Ghost. His faith becomes your faith. You are walking with Him in agreement, and His word is coming to pass — it becomes part of you.

What happens to the branch that you grafted into that plant? It becomes part of that plant!

You become it; it becomes you.

Romans 10:8 –  But what saith it? The word is nigh thee, even in thy mouth, and in thy heart: that is, the word of faith, which we preach.”

What does it say? The word is near you; it is in your mouth, and then it is in your heart.

Verse 10 — “For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made…” (Confession of what? Confession of the word.) “And with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.” (Again, that word “salvation” means healing, deliverance, prosperity, etc.)

I am saying it with my mouth, I am hearing it with my ear, and it goes down into my heart.

And how long am I going to do it? Every so often I’ll get a question like this:

“Well, how long do I do it for?”

Until it is right.

Confession is made unto salvation, or until the deliverance. You keep saying it. What do you think? You are not going to say anything else — you have already cut off that other thing. So you are going to start confessing the scripture, which bears its own fruit, unto salvation; or until it comes to pass.

You need to learn how to use the word as a tool, like a wrench that fits. Have you ever tried to use a wrench that does not fit? It is no fun, right? And if it almost fits, but is a little big, and you push too hard on it… what happens? It spins out, and you bash your knuckles.

You find a word that fits your situation, and you learn how to use that word like a tool. If it is healing that you need, find a healing scripture and use that healing scripture like a tool. Put pressure on it. It will not break. It is not going to break, but most people aren’t even using the tool.

We are talking about the Holy Ghost as God, and walking with Him. He wants you to do this. He has given you the tools, you are just not using them — and you need to use them. So use it like a tool. Find the right one, and use it, and put pressure on it until that bolt comes off, until that problem loosens. Apply torque.

Joshua chapter 1 verse 8 says, you shall meditate in the word day and night. Joshua 1:8 — “This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth.” In that day the book of the law (the Old Testament) was the only part of the Bible they had. In our day we have other verses that are “yes” and “amen” as well.

This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth.” If it is not out of your mouth, then it is in your mouth.

So, you are going to keep the word in your mouth, and meditate therein day and night. The literal translation of the word “meditate” is “to mutter”. You are going to keep the word in your mouth day and night, and you are going to mutter it day and night. You know what mutter means, right? You are mumbling. Many times you are muttering under your breath. What are you muttering? The word.

This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shalt meditate therein” (or mutter it) “day and night, that thou mayst observe to do according to all that is written therein: for then thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success.

Why would that be? Because the word is going before you and making you prosperous and successful.

I guess it comes down to how much success you want. How much success do you want, in whatever area of life?

Again, we are using it as a tool. The more you do it, the more success you will have. God is not the one holding back on you. He has already said “yes” to all the promises: whether it is youth renewal, whether it is healing, whether it is prosperity — whatever it is. Are there any scriptures on prosperity? Are there any scriptures on healing? Are there any scriptures on youth renewal? Which one is God holding back on you? Which one is He saying you cannot walk with Him in the earth in? None of them! He has already said “yes.” We have to say the “Amen.” We engraft it, and it brings itself to pass.

Daniel 11:32 — “But the people that do know their God…” (Remember how we started this? Knowing God.) “The people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits.” The Amplified Classic Edition says, “But the people who know their God shall prove themselves strong and shall stand firm and do exploits.” They do.

If we know that the Holy Ghost is God, the people that know their God, it says, are going to be strong, and do exploits. How are we going to do exploits? We know God. How are we going to walk with God in the earth? By speaking in agreement with His word. That is how we do. That is how we do the exploits. That is the number one thing we do.

If I ask you, “How do you walk with God? What is the number one thing that you do?”

You do the speaking of the word.

It is the number one thing you do. What is the number one way you walk with God? By speaking in agreement with His word. What is the number one thing that you do? You speak the word.

It is the number one thing you do, and most of the time — almost all of the time — it is the only thing you have to do. That is your job: to speak the word. You doing the word is speaking the word. That is you engrafting the word meekly into your life; it is by speaking.

The people that know their God shall prove themselves strong and shall stand firm and do exploits.” How are they going to do the exploits? They will be doing the word by saying the word. I know that a lot of times we feel like we have to run around and do a whole bunch of stuff, but the reality is: we need to do the word, we need to say the word.

We know God. How does God do things? He says His word. How did everything come into existence? By Him speaking the word. How does He do everything else? By saying the word. So if you are going to be with Him, doing things with Him — what are you going to be doing? Saying the word. It is your number one thing; it is how you do.

His words have the ability to bring themselves to pass. What does He need? He needs you to say His words so that the word itself can bring itself to pass.

This really should be liberating to people, because they do not have to sit there and try to believe, believe, believe… You simply take the word that already has faith in it, and begin to say it. It brings itself to pass as long as you continue to say it.

The doing is the saying; the saying is the doing.

“Will it work in my situation?”

Yes, as long as you say it; only if you say that it will. I like to say it that way:

“Will it work in my situation?”

“Only if you say that it will.”

His word works in my situation; I use it like a tool. And whose part is it to do the saying? It is your part. If you do not do the saying, He cannot do the doing.

And He will do for you whatever you say that He will do for you. You have to just keep continuing in it, and watch as the Holy Ghost operates in your life.

“And as they begin to say the word,” says the Spirit of the Lord, “They shall see things begin to reorganize, re-fabricate, and come into fruition — the great things that I have stored up for them from the beginning of time. For this is the end generation, and the culmination of years; and we shall be great in the earth.” Says the Spirit of the Lord.

The Holy Ghost is going to do for us whatever we say He is going to do… what are we going to say about it?

Transcribed by Olivia Hemstrought


Why I Choose to be Holy Ghost Only

“By becoming Holy Ghost only, you make a conscious and intelligent choice. According to Joshua 24:15, you can intelligently make a conscious choice to serve the Living God, the true and living God ” – A.J.Hemstrought

This is the question: “Why would I choose to be Holy Ghost only, or to follow that particular kind of faith?” I am going to answer that question as much as possible today. “Why would I want to be Holy Ghost only?”

Well, out of all the other faiths that you could choose to be — and it is your choice, you can choose to be anything you want to be; you can make a choice to be a Baptist, or a Charismatic; you can make a choice to do whatever you want to do — why would you want to be Holy Ghost only?

First and foremost He, the Holy Ghost, is the only God in the earth today; if you are going to walk with God you have to walk with a real God, it cannot be a fiction god, it cannot be imaginary, it cannot just be a religion. You can do that, but if you really want to walk with God who is a living God — the true and living God — there is only one true and living God in the earth and His name is the Holy Ghost. He is the one Jesus sent, He is the only one who is really a God.

Some of these other gods (they are not God) lots of them are just devils trying to act like God, and if you have a false prophet teaching about a devil who is acting like God… You do not want to follow that. You want to follow the true and living God. Why would you want to follow a living God? Because a living God — one that is alive, one that is real, one that is in the earth today — is the only kind of God that is going to be able to do anything for you. A statue or a dead God isn’t going to be able to do anything for you, you need a true and living God, one who is alive and active in the earth today.

According to the Bible, those that say they are gods and are not, aren’t really gods at all — they are false or they are dead; Muhammad is dead, Confucius is dead, Buddha is dead — we serve a living God. Jesus, He was raised from the dead; but then He sent another, and the another is the Holy Ghost.

(I really do not have time within this article to expound upon all the things that I have already talked about before, you can just go and look at some of the other messages and they will answer the other questions you may have.)

It takes a true and living God to actually do something for you.

Why would I choose to be Holy Ghost only? Why would I choose the faith of Holy Ghost only? Because I am choosing a faith that has a God who will actually do something for me — wouldn’t that be great? We are serving a Living God, a true and living God, meaning He is alive and He does things for us. Why do we serve Him? Because He does things for us. (Well, number one: because He is God and we are supposed to worship God, and He is the true God — and then He does things for us.)

Let’s look at 1 Timothy 6:17 — “Charge them that are rich in this world that they be not high-minded, nor trust in uncertain riches, but in the Living God…” Here we are commanded in the Bible, in the New Testament, to trust in a living God. Trust in the Living God… there is only one Living God, one who is alive in the earth today (which I have covered very well in other messages). Here we are commanded to trust, or have faith, in the Living God. As I have told you repeatedly, the Holy Ghost is the only part of the Godhead of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost in the earth today; so He is the only one that we can trust in as the Living God. Other scriptures that I have gone over call Him the Living God.

“What? Know you not that your body is the temple of the Living God, who is in you…”

Who is the Living God? The Holy Ghost, who is in you. According to this verse we are supposed to trust not in uncertain riches, but in the Living God. We are supposed to have trust in the Living God, we are supposed to have faith in the Living God. He is a who — He is not a what, He is not a it — He is a who. The Living God, the Holy Ghost, is a person. He is God, He is a person, we are supposed to trust in Him who gives us richly all things to enjoy.

We are supposed to trust in this true and living God and He is to give us richly all things to enjoy. We serve Him, I choose to be this, because I am trusting in the Living God who does something for me. What does He do? He gives me richly all things to enjoy. And I will think, “Yeah… All things to enjoy.” Isn’t that good? That is good news.

Let’s go to 2nd Chronicles — that is in the Old Testament. If you will remember, there is another message I preached that talked a lot about the scriptures being weighted towards the Holy Ghost — because this is His dispensation, this is the age in which the Holy Ghost is the only part of the Godhead in the earth today — so when you read verses that talk about Lord and talk about God, if it is not specifically mentioning the Father or Jesus, then it is specifically and can be weighted toward and we could rightly assume that it is talking about the Holy Ghost.

2 Chronicles 16:9 — “For the eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole…” Where? The whole earth. Who is the only part of the Godhead in the earth today? That is the Holy Ghost. It is His eyes that are to and fro throughout the whole earth; He is in the earth, He is to and fro throughout the whole earth to show Himself strong.

Why do we worship the Holy Ghost? Why are we Holy Ghost only? Because we are worshipping a God who is a true and living God; He is alive, and He is in the earth, and He is looking for ways to show Himself strong on behalf of those whose hearts are perfect towards Him.

In other messages that I preached, the number one way to have your heart perfect towards Him is to worship Him. When you worship God, your heart is perfect towards Him. If the Living God is the Holy Ghost (who is God in the earth today) and we say, “I worship You Holy Ghost,” that puts our hearts in line with Him perfectly; therefore He begins to be able to do things for us because He is looking to do them.

He is looking to do things for you, and if you will worship Him, He will begin to do things for you. I cannot tell you the number of times when I have sat and maybe had a problem that was nagging me in my brain and I didn’t know what to do about it…

(“I don’t know what to do about it, what am I going to do, what am I going to do!?”)

And when I stopped saying, “What am I going to do?” and I sat there and I started saying “I worship You Holy Ghost, I worship You Holy Ghost. You are God in the earth today. I am a worshipper of You.” Then, all of a sudden, He would start to look at me.

Do I have scriptures that say He would look at me? — because I get the sense that He is looking at me. Yes! His eyes are going to and fro; He sees me, my heart is perfect towards Him — and then He goes and does something for me, and then that problem is taken care of time, and time, and time, and time again. It is a wonderful thing.

Why would I choose to be Holy Ghost only? Because I am serving a living God who is in the earth today, and I am in the earth today, therefore I need a God who is in the earth today who will do things for me that I cannot do by myself — and He delights in doing it, for the eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth to show Himself strong in behalf of those whose hearts are perfect towards Him. Yay! He is God. Who is God? The Holy Ghost is God; He is a person and we are supposed to worship Him. He is the only part of the Godhead who is in the earth today, and we get to worship Him — isn’t that good news?

Matthew 4:10 says — “Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and Him only shalt thou serve.” This is Jesus talking. He said “Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and Him only shalt thou serve.” Remember I said that scriptures are weighted, in our day and age, to mean that “the Lord thy God” would be specifically talking about the Holy Ghost, or could generally be considered to be talking about Him. Therefore when it says (when Jesus said) “Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and Him only shalt thou serve.” Who would it be talking about? It would be talking about the Holy Ghost. We get to worship the Lord our God, the Living God who does things for us, and Him only shall we serve.

You wonder, “Where do you get the Holy Ghost only from.”

He says we are supposed to serve Him only. who do we serve only? We serve the Lord our God, and we worship Him.

John 4:24 says — “God is a Spirit, and they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and in truth.” He is the Spirit of Truth, and when we worship the Holy Ghost we are worshipping God — who is a spirit, because the Holy Ghost is a spirit — and we worship Him in spirit and truth. He is the Spirit of Truth.

We are answering the question, “Why would I want to be Holy Ghost only.” I am looking at all the other faiths out there — there are a lot of different faiths — I could be this, I could be that, or be this… why would I choose to be Holy Ghost only? The reality of it is if you start looking into scriptures (I covered this in another message) then you cannot help but come to the conclusion that the Holy Ghost is the only part of the Godhead in the earth today; and therefore, if I am going to serve God who is in the earth today, then I will be serving Him only. Beyond that, you can make an intelligent decision to follow the one who is going do something for you.

John 16:7 — (this is Jesus talking) “Nevertheless I tell you the truth, it is expedient for you that I go away…” Who is saying this? Jesus is saying it; He is saying it is going to be expedient — that word means profitable. It is going to be beneficial and profitable for you if Jesus goes away.

“For if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you, but if I depart I will send Him unto you.” The Comforter is the Holy Ghost. If Jesus departs — which He did — He will send the Comforter to you, and it will be profitable unto you.

What will be profitable unto you? You following the Holy Ghost, you receiving the Holy Ghost, you being led by the Holy Ghost, you worshiping the Holy Ghost is going to usher you into an age of prosperity, of profiting, and of benefiting. Why would I be Holy Ghost only? Because I am now profiting by my relationship with the one that Jesus sent.

Doesn’t that displease Jesus? No, of course not! It pleases Jesus because now I am following the one He sent; if He didn’t want me to follow Him as God in the earth today, He should not have sent Him and He should not have left — but He did do those things, and He did them intentionally! He intentionally left and intentionally sent the another, and I am supposed to follow Him — and that pleases Jesus.

“Nevertheless I tell you the truth, it is expedient for you that I go away, if I go not away the Comforter will not come unto you, but if I depart I will send Him unto you.” It is expedient, meaning it is profitable. Why would I want to be Holy Ghost only? Because it is profitable to be Holy Ghost only. It is profitable to be (it is expedient to be, it is beneficial to be) walking with the Holy Ghost who is God in the earth today.

It is His age, it is His dispensation. At the moment that the Holy Ghost came into the earth (the moment Jesus sent Him) it became the age and dispensation of the Holy Ghost. We are in that age and dispensation; and when I acknowledge that, and enter into that, and worship Him as God in the earth today I begin profiting, I begin benefiting, I begin having the blessings and the promises of God come to me that could not come to me any other way.

Acts 2:39 — “For the promise is unto you and to your children and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall call.” Let’s look back at verse 38 — “Then Peter said unto them, ‘Repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of your sins, and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.’ ”

For the promise is unto you… Here the Holy Ghost is called the promise; when you receive the Holy Ghost you are receiving the promise. The promise is not just His name. Are we are getting the promise simply because it is a nice thing? No, the promise means something.

Why would I want to be Holy Ghost only? All the promises of God in Him are yes and amen. We have the promise, the one who fulfills all the promises of God. That is why it is the age and dispensation of prosperity (you can call it that) it is the dispensation of the Holy Ghost, the day of the Holy Ghost, the age of the Holy Ghost who is God in the earth today. Those who serve Him and walk with Him are walking in the age of prosperity — they are in the age of the promise, and of the fulfillment of all the promises of God.

2 Corinthians 1:24 —“All the promises of God in Him are yea and in Him amen to the glory of God by us.” The glory of God who? The glory of God the Holy Ghost.

“Well, what kind of promises?”

Are there any promises? Yes! All the promises of God where He promises to heal you, and He promises to prosper you, and He promises to give you all things to enjoy. Trust in the Living God who gives you richly all things to enjoy — that is a promise. How is that going to be fulfilled? By the Living God that you are trusting in, in His age, in His dispensation, in this day.

Why would I want to be Holy Ghost only? Number one: because He is the only God in the earth today. That should be answer enough. If you are going to walk with God, you are going to have to walk with Him the Holy Ghost. There is no other God in the earth today, there is no one else, you cannot find another one. If you found another one, it would be a false god or just a lie, most likely a devil pretending to be God — but He is not God, there is only one God in the earth today and that is the Holy Ghost; therefore, if I am going to walk with God in the earth today, it is going to have to be the Holy Ghost — and if He is God, I am going to worship Him because He is God.

Why would I want to be Holy Ghost only? Number two: because the Holy Ghost is the only God who is in the earth today — and it takes a true and living God to actually do something for you. It is not just an accident when you walk with God and something happens. He did it for you. His eyes went to and fro throughout the whole earth and He showed Himself strong on your behalf. This is why you would want to be Holy Ghost only, because you are walking with the true God — the only one who is in the earth today — and He does things for you.

Number three: He is the promise, and He fulfills them all. Whatever the promise is in this Bible, Jesus bought and paid for it, and the Holy Ghost is the one who fulfills it and brings it to pass. As you walk with the Holy Ghost in His word, He brings every promise to pass in your life. That is how we are in the age of prosperity — we are in the age of the Holy Ghost who is able to do all these things and bring them to pass richly for your enjoyment — all things richly for your enjoyment.

Joshua 24:15 — “And if it seem evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom you will serve.” You have the choice, you get to choose whom you will serve. Why would I serve the Holy Ghost and worship Him, and be Holy Ghost only? Because the Holy Ghost is the only part of the Godhead who is in the earth today; He is the only true and living God who is in the earth, He is true and He is alive — which means He is the only one who is able to do things for you.

Why wouldn’t you do something for those reasons?

By becoming Holy Ghost only, you make a conscious and intelligent choice. According to Joshua 24:15, you can intelligently make a conscious choice to serve the Living God, the true and living God — the one who is alive, the one who is active in the earth looking to do things for you; and if you listen, He will bring you up to a place where you can know Him and walk with Him in a way that you could not even fathom before. And it will be wonderful.

Transcription by Olivia Hemstrought 2-20-2020


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How to Become a Wealthy Person

How to NOT get sick – ever again!

Why I Choose to be Holy Ghost Only (Faith)

Our Purpose and Mission

Our Faith: the Holy Ghost and Speaking Words 

How To Pray Right | Today  

The Faith Feedback Loop

How To Interpret Tongues

A Word of Encouragement

The Everyday Working of Miracles

Out of the Belly

Called Unto Business

Propped Up By Faith

 

How to Pray Right | Today

How To Pray Right

“If you’re in this dispensation, then you aren’t in another.”

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My mission here is to get you to know the Holy Ghost and walk with Him as God in the earth today, so of course I’m going to be talking about the Holy Ghost. Why would that be? Because it’s His dispensation and He is God in the earth today.

Question: “Who do I pray to? I’ve been brought up, my whole life, everything revolving around the Father and Jesus, and then here you come along and you’re talking about the Holy Ghost being God in the earth today — how do I do this?”

Many of the things that I say, a lot of people have never heard before. If they’ve never heard it before, how are they going to have effectual prayers in light of that – Holy Ghost as God today – if all they’ve ever heard about is the Father and Jesus.

Acts chapter 19:2. Remember, Paul shows up and he says, “Have you received the Holy Ghost since you believed?” What was their answer? “We haven’t even heard there was a Holy Ghost!”

You’ve got reams and reams of people out there who haven’t even heard about the Holy Ghost, so when I come up and talk about the Holy Ghost being God In the earth today, they say, “Well… well if He’s God, how am I supposed to pray? How am I supposed to do this.”

I’ll clear this up right away: it’s not my doctrine or the things that I’m saying that are confusing you. You were confused, and the things that I’m saying are having a hard time fitting in with your old doctrine that might not be right; and because we’ve been brought up in that doctrine for so long it seems uncomfortable when a new truth comes along and I can’t quite fit it in with your old beliefs. But we’re in a new dispensation – say, “New dispensation,” which requires new believing, new thinking, and new understanding of how to walk with God in the earth today; and this truth that I’m bringing forward is having a hard time fitting in with some of the things that were probably not quite right.

I know this is new and different, and change isn’t always easy, is it? Most people don’t like change. But we have to change. God’s not going to change, so we have to change to walk with Him. (Mal.3:6, 2 Cor. 3:18)

I also find it curious when people will argue for their old way even though it’s been ineffectual.

“I’ve been praying this way for years and years and years.”

“Well, have you had any results?”

“No, but I’m gonna keep at it.”

What I’m going to be talking about today will be effectual — meaning you’ll have effectual prayers because it’ll be in line with the truth, and in line with the Holy Ghost Who is God in the earth today. Our day.

Let’s get this straight: I’m not saying that you can’t pray to the Father, or that you can’t pray to Jesus — but it’s about being more right, more right in our dispensation.

A lot of things are religiously carried over from former dispensations, and they don’t work as well today. I’m not saying you can’t pray to the Father or you can’t pray to Jesus, but it won’t be as effectual as what I’m going to be talking about. It won’t be as right. (James 5:16)

Have you ever heard the word righteousness? Righteousness means being right or right standing with God. Wouldn’t you like to be more right?

James 4:3 says— “You ask and receive not, because you asked amiss.” Meaning you missed it. You asked, but didn’t receive, because I missed it. I asked amiss. We’re going to show you how to not miss it. We’re going to try to get you away from bombarding the gates of Heaven. Have you ever heard that?

“I’m bombarding the gates of Heaven!”

“How’s that working out for you?”

“Ah, not so well.”

Have we done that over the years? Oh, I’ve bombarded the gates of Heaven for years.

“What are you doing?”

“I’m bombarding the gates!”

Why are you doing that? No answer…

The reality is we shouldn’t even be petitioning Heaven.

Now, hang on here, I’ve got a lot to say! You don’t even need to petition Heaven. You see, things are different in our day — the Holy Ghost is God in the earth today.

People in older dispensations had to pray to and petition God – because He wasn’t with them. Who is God in the earth today? The Holy Ghost. Where is He? He’s with you. Are you in Heaven? No. Do you have to petition Heaven to get Him to do things for you? No, we’re in a different dispensation that they couldn’t even understand or access in older dispensations.

This will radically change your view, and your position, and how you pray, if you receive the fact that the Holy Ghost is God in the earth today and He’s with you. (1 Cor 3:16, 6:19)

He’s the One that Jesus sent, He’s the One that the Father sent to be with you — so it’s not upsetting the Father, it’s not upsetting Jesus when we walk with the Holy Ghost — that’s the plan. (John 14:16)

It radically changes your position and view of yourself, that I walk with God. It’s different… it’s just me and God. Jesus is still in Heaven, He’s going to return, but Jesus isn’t with me — the Holy Ghost is with me.

So, the Father is in Heaven, Jesus is at His right hand, and Jesus shall return. If you are in this dispensation… (Acts 2:33)

Keep in mind what we just talked about: did the Father and Jesus send the Holy Ghost? Yes. Is He still in the earth? He is. Where is He? He’s with you.

If you are in this dispensation, the Holy Ghost dispensation…

(This is going to be important. Are you in this dispensation? Yes.)

If you’re in this dispensation, then you aren’t in another dispensation.

Are you here? No, are you actually here in this dispensation? Yes. Then you need to be fully aware of your situation. Most people aren’t. Most people have no idea what I’m talking about. But, you can be fully aware of your situation, and your situation is that you’re in the earth and you walk with (and in) a personal relationship with the Holy Ghost, the one Jesus sent to be with you in the earth.

That’s the scene, man. That’s who you are, that’s how you walk, that’s how you do things. There isn’t all this other baggage that everybody else is trying to include. Distill it right down to its simplest form, that’s who you are and that’s how you walk. It’s just me and the Holy Ghost. Just you and the Holy Ghost. When you wake up in the morning, who is it? You and Holy Ghost.

Is that different than any of the other dispensations? It’s extremely different than any of the other dispensations!

Remember, you just said if you’re in this dispensation then you’re not in another dispensation, an older one — you’re in this one.

If you want to be effective, are you going to be effective in this dispensation or by trying to live in some different dispensation? No, in this one you’ll be the most effective. That is if you’re fully engaged in this dispensation, you and the Holy Ghost.

If I want to have effectual prayers, where are they going to be most effective? In another dispensation? No, in this dispensation.

2 Corinthians 13:14 — “The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Ghost be with you.” The communion (the Greek word is ‘Koinonia,’ it means fellowship, it means close and intimate fellowship, it means the kind of fellowship that’s a daily fellowship.

Example: Let’s say you went camping with somebody in a really small tent. Would that be close? Yes. That’s the kind of fellowship we’re talking about. Close and personal.

Who did that verse say that you were going to be up close and personal with? The communion of the Holy Ghost. That’s our dispensation! So we’re in close personal intimate communion with the Holy Ghost – not with the Father, not with Jesus (they’re both in heaven.) Who does it say we’re supposed to be in communion with? The Holy Ghost.

Would that mean – knowing that He is God – we would talk to Him? Would we maybe ask Him some questions? I would think that if you don’t ask Him questions and talk with Him there’s something wrong with you, because He’s God; He has all wisdom, He has all knowledge, He has all power, He has all ability. (Isaiah 11:2)

God the Father (in His infinite wisdom) and Jesus sent the Holy Ghost to be with you, in communion, in close personal fellowship. Would that involve talking? That would be the principle part of prayer wouldn’t it? Talking to. In fellowship you’d have to talk to the person. Right? So our daily, predominantly, communion (talking, praying to/with) every day, every day, mostly, predominantly, first and foremost would be with the One Jesus sent to be with you in the earth, that would be the Holy Ghost.

If you talk to God, could you call that prayer? Yes. What if I asked the Holy Ghost to do something for me, would that be prayer? Sure, just a different kind of prayer. Certainly different than most people are used to.

There are other scriptures (I’ll take you to them later) where He actually helps you to intercede for things. (Romans 8:26, 1 Cor 14:2)

Who are we talking to the most? The Holy Ghost! From the beginning of the morning till you go to bed at night, you’re communing with the Guy in the tent, so to speak. The One that you’re with all the time – Holy Ghost. So, 99.9% of your communication and your prayer should be with the One that the Father and Jesus sent to be with you in the earth.

We know the Holy Ghost is God and we’re supposed to be in communion with Him in our dispensation. They couldn’t know this that I’m talking about in the last dispensation. They didn’t have Him.

In fact, Jesus was very limited in His ability to say things to them “you can’t bear it now” — if I could tell you this, you wouldn’t be able to handle it. (John 16:12)

That’s not us though. We can handle this. There’s been a paradigm shift where now we can receive the Holy Ghost and walk with Him and talk with Him; and it doesn’t displease the Father, it pleases the Father, it pleases Jesus — that was the plan! (Acts 2:38-39)

I’m beginning to think that if you keep going back to an older dispensation, it irritates God. When you’re sitting there and you keep asking them, and asking them, to do something when they’ve already provided the answer for it, and you spend all your time bombarding the gates… I’d be the first one to send an angel out there and say, “Get off the porch. Stop bombarding the gates!”

Do you know you’re in the Holy Ghost dispensation? Seriously. It is the best dispensation to be in. This is a great time to be alive, because we can literally know God and walk with God in the earth.They couldn’t do it before.

Our communion is with the Holy Ghost (“…be with you,” right?) Remember 2 Corinthians 13:14. Can we ask Him things? Can we pray to Him? He’s the One we’re supposed to be in communion with! Talking to, not just talking at — communion – He’s also talking to us.

Now let’s look into why we would ask Him to do things. Clue: He is the One that does things…

1 Corinthians 12:11 — “But all these worketh that One and self same Spirit…” Who would that be? Holy Ghost. “Dividing to every man severally as He wills.” Go back up to verse 6: “There are diversities of operations, but is the same God which works all in all.” What God are we talking about? The Holy Ghost.

“All these worketh that one, self same spirit” (Holy Ghost) “dividing to every man severally as He will.” As Who wills? Holy Ghost. So…

All the things that are done in the earth, because it’s His dispensation, are done by this God called the Holy Ghost. And you’re in close, personal communion and fellowship with Him. Shouldn’t you therefore ask Him to do things? Of course you should.

We need to get over this hurdle; and I’m going to try to take you to some other scriptures to help you along this path, because we think (we were all brought up) that we’re supposed to “bombard the gates of heaven” to the Father in Jesus name, and somehow have them do something for us in the earth.

What they did do for you, already, was send the Holy Ghost to be with you – in the earth. Done. Did it already.

I’m not saying you can’t pray to the Father, I’m not saying you can’t pray to Jesus — but I’m saying it’s not as effectual as you walking daily with the Holy Ghost as God in the earth today.

I don’t say these things to try to irritate people. Really. But I do have to say them, and I’m saying them to clarify things. The reason it irritates people is because they’ve built up so many things on these wrong ideas, based in old dispensations.

Here we see that all these worketh that one and self same Spirit. And that it is the same God which works all in all. (1 Cor 12:11,6)

Let me ask you a question then: if that’s true, that all the things are being worked by that One God – the Holy Ghost who’s in the earth (it’s His dispensation). If He is the One working all of those things, how many things are being worked by the Father? None. How many by Jesus? None. They’re done, they’re finished.

I had this revelation earlier this week: when the Father sent Jesus into the earth, He sat down. (Beginning of Jesus dispensation) When Jesus finished what He did (the Bible says, “it is finished”) what did He do? He went and sat down. Where’d He sit down? At the right hand of the Father. Both of them are seated! Then what did they do? They sent the Holy Ghost. (John 19:30, Acts 1:4)

Who’s the only “One” working in the earth? According to this verse of scripture, unless I’m just making stuff up, that One same God (Holy
Ghost) works all in all. (1 Cor 12:6) Who’s the One doing all of the things, all of the work, all of the answering of prayer in the earth? The Holy Ghost. Who should you pray to? The Holy Ghost.

If so, if He’s doing all of these things, then there is zero action required by Jesus. I have a message on that, it’s called “Zero Jesus Action Required” where I go into detail about these things. The same with the Father. You don’t need any answers from the Father to your prayers! Who are you going to ask for your prayers to be answered in our day and age. The Holy Ghost.

Now don’t get mad at me; I’m just preaching from the Word.

Let’s assume we believe this, that the Father and Jesus are sat down (Jesus at the Father’s right hand) and They sent the Holy Ghost, Right? He’s in the earth – He’s God. Lets just assume I know this — then my prayers become more of saying things that are in agreement with Him than petitioning, because we know that He’s God the earth today, and we know that we walk with Him by speaking in agreement with His Word. (Amos 3:3)

My prayer isn’t so much, “Oh, God Holy Ghost do this for me.” My prayer should be, (quoting scriptural references like) “By Jesus stripes I was healed.” (1 Peter 2:24) and “My God shall supply all my need.” (Philippians 4:19) Our prayer becomes a declaration of things that are in agreement with Him. Things He has already said. It’s less about asking God to do something for me and it’s more about getting myself in agreement with what He’s already said and does for us.

I know this is new, and I know you haven’t been doing it, but this is how you walk with God in the earth today. The closer that you can do it, the closer you can walk with Him, the more manifestations of Him you will see. Him manifesting Himself in your life — either through healing, or deliverance, or prosperity, or whatever it happens to be that you’re believing and asking Him for — you can have it all. This is the way to have it. The way that actually works. Effectually.

If you want to just have some kind of religious something that you’ve been doing for years and doesn’t work, go ahead and do it — you’ve been doing it, I can’t stop you. But if you want to have some actual things work for you, then you’re going to have to get in line with the Holy Ghost and this dispensation, and how He does things. The Holy Ghost is God in the earth today and that’s how we do things.

I used to get somewhat upset (can you imagine that?) I used to get somewhat upset as I was coming into these revelations of Who the Holy Ghost is, that these people – that I looked up to and followed and respected for years – never told me these things. I was like, “What is going on? Why haven’t you told me this?”

I’ve since come to realize that some of them might not have known, because they too were brought up in that old religious thinking. But over all of these years, I never heard anyone just come out and say, “The Holy Ghost is God in the earth today, and you walk with Him by saying words.” So thoroughly scriptural, and these people (highly respected preachers) that should have known better yet have never said it. And I’m like, “Why?” I used to get upset, I don’t get upset anymore.

“You seem upset.”

No, I’m just excited!

It wasn’t their time. They might not know, they might not have known, or they might have known but just didn’t want to go there because everybody would leave. Many of these preachers had messages that they needed to deliver to the body of Christ; it wasn’t their time, and it wasn’t their message — but this is my message. This is my time!

If you are willing to receive that the Holy Ghost is God in the earth today, the One that Jesus and the Father sent into the earth to be with you, it literally changes everything! If it’s true, if the Holy Ghost is God and He was sent into the earth and is in the earth right now (the only part of the Godhead in the earth today) if that is true, then it changes everything, including your prayer life. If it doesn’t change your prayer life then you’re trying to hold on to something else, and old thing is going to drag you down.

This is exactly what the disciples of Jesus could not receive, they couldn’t bear it now (Jesus said that to them) and they couldn’t receive it.

John 7:37 — “In the last day, the great day of feast, Jesus stood and cried…” Who’s saying this? Jesus. “If any man thirst, let him come to me and drink. He that believes on me, as the Scriptures have said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water. (But this spake He of the Spirit, which they that believe on Him should receive…” In the future. Had they received the Spirit? No. Could they receive Him? No. “…for the Holy Ghost was not yet given, because Jesus was not yet glorified.” Not yet given.

He was speaking to people present with him in that day, but this message was not for them.

John 16:7 — “Nevertheless I tell you the truth, it is expedient for you that I go away, for if I go not away the Comforter will not come unto you, but if I depart I will send Him unto you.” When is that going happen? When Jesus is not there. He would have departed. Therefore the people He was talking to at this time, the people that He was saying these words to, the ones with him at the time, could not receive what He’s talking about.

This passage goes on to say: John 16:12 — “I have yet many things to say unto you, but you cannot bear them now. Howbeit when He the Spirit of Truth is come, He will guide you into all the truth.”

Could this possibly have been when Jesus was physically there talking to them? No. It was about a future time when He wasn’t going to be there. They would then be able to receive things that weren’t applicable for that time that Jesus was in. He was talking about a different dispensation, one that He wasn’t in.

All of Jesus’s disciples could not – at this time being present with Jesus – receive those things that He was talking about.

But if He says, “You can’t bear them now,” then the opposite is true for us — we can bear them now because we’re in a different dispensation. Does this make sense? He did speak of them, but those things he spoke of were not for those people that were there at the time, until He after he had left. Some of them would have been around when that time came, but they would have transitioned over to a new dispensation, at which point they could have “bore it” then, or received it. But, at the time Jesus was saying these things, he was in a different dispensation.

Everything that Jesus said, when He said it, was not in this dispensation. Every word that came out of Jesus’s mouth was pre- Holy Ghost dispensation. Every word that He said, everything that He did, was not in the dispensation you’re in right now. He was in a different dispensation — we could call that Jesus’s dispensation.

He was very limited in speaking about the Holy Ghost, which we just saw in those verses of Scripture we read. He had to somewhat say, “Well, you’ll be able to handle this later, when the Holy Ghost comes.” That’s a new dispensation; that would be the Holy Ghost dispensation. But Jesus – at the time He was saying it – was not in that Holy Ghost dispensation. Everybody He talked to: all of the disciples, all the people, His whole ministry, was not in this (our) dispensation.

I think we all understand that, but we need to get it straight in our heads because I’m going to read some things that He said, that have nothing to do with the dispensation we’re in, it had everything to do with the people He was ministering to at the time. Not our dispensation.

So, everything Jesus said was not in this dispensation.

He was being revealed as “the Son” of God, so in his day, He had to, of necessity, talk much about God being “the Father.” In Jesus’s dispensation we have a lot of Father-centric language because He couldn’t talk about the Holy Ghost, because the Holy Ghost was not yet given, because Jesus was not yet glorified — and that was a different dispensation. That’s why, if we try to base all of our understanding of how we walk with God on what Jesus said in His dispensation — all the while assuming that we are in that same dispensation — we’re gonna miss it, because we’re not in that dispensation.

Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John was a different dispensation, and we have to look at those scriptures from that point of view to be correct.

Our dispensation began on the day of Pentecost when the Holy Ghost came into the earth — Holy Ghost dispensation. (Acts 1:8, 2:4)

If we’re in the Holy Ghost dispensation, we’re not in the former dispensation. Nothing Jesus did was in our dispensation. Everything He did was accomplished, fulfilled, and finished in His dispensation; in fact, He finished that dispensation! Everything He said was pre- Holy Ghost dispensation.

So many people see themselves in the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) because they consider themselves to be walking around with Jesus. They can see themselves in everything He said — they put themselves right in there. “I’m going to take all of these things in the Gospels and apply them to my walk with God” they say — because they consider themselves to be walking around with Jesus.

Who are you walking around with in our dispensation? The Holy Ghost. Where’s Jesus? Real Jesus is going to return; which means, if He’s going to return, He’s not here: you’re not walking around with Jesus!

If you’re trying to walk around – considering yourself in the Gospels, these things that Jesus spoke before our dispensation – then you’re gonna miss it. So many people see themselves in the Gospel because they consider themselves to be walking around with Jesus… wrong dispensation! They’re walking around in the wrong dispensation.

Remember of all those things I just said (and probably irritated a lot of people). Everything Jesus said was not in this dispensation that we’re in. Now let’s look at the Lord’s Prayer. (Matthew 6:6)

Jesus says, (verse 9) “After this manner therefore pray ye…” Now hold on here with me for a second — who is Jesus talking to? His disciples. Could He be talking to born-again people that were filled with the Holy Ghost? No, because that’s our dispensation, a different dispensation. He’s literally talking to His disciples. None of them were born again, none of them were filled with the Holy Ghost — different dispensation. They were actually Jewish people. (That’s a whole other message and would open a whole new can of worms that I shan’t get into now).

“After this manner therefore pray ye: ‘our Father, which art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” He told His disciples, in THAT dispensation, to pray this prayer: “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” Was that prayer being prayed in our dispensation? That prayer was being prayed by people that weren’t even saved, born again, in that dispensation.

Hold your finger there, we’ll turn back in a moment — I have much more to say. Hold your finger right there in Matthew 6; go over to Romans chapter 14.

Remember, He couldn’t tell them about the Holy Ghost, or that much about the Holy Ghost, because He’d not been given yet. Romans 14:17 — “For the kingdom of God is not meat and drink, but righteousness…” Or being right. The kingdom of God is being right, and peace, and joy — in the Holy Ghost. Here we see in our day, the kingdom being in the Holy Ghost.

In Matthew 6 He was having his disciples pray, “Father, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” The Father, in our day, answers that prayer, and sends Who? The Holy Ghost. Look here: “For the kingdom of God is not meat and drink, but righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost.”

Being right with the Holy Ghost. Rightness, peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost, is the kingdom of God. All of the things from the Kingdom of God are coming to you via the Holy Ghost, He’s the only One in the earth today.

Go back to Matthew (in a former dispensation:) “After this manner pray ye: ‘our Father which art in heaven… Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, as in heaven so in earth.’ ” Was this in our dispensation? No. This was in His dispensation; In our dispensation we have the Holy Ghost. He has sent the Holy Ghost, things are different for us — that’s what I’m trying to get across here, things are different for us. Romans says, “The kingdom of God is in the Holy Ghost; righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost.” The kingdom is in the Holy Ghost, but to them it was not yet given, they couldn’t bear it or receive it. Are you here?

We no longer pray for His kingdom to come, it came in the Person of the Holy Ghost. So if we’re still bombarding the gates of heaven with, “Our Father which art in heaven, send the Holy Ghost,” then we’re missing it. That is a prayer, (this is my point) that is a prayer from and for a former dispensation — it’s ineffectual for us. We no longer pray to and petition God, Who is far off somewhere, “Send your kingdom. Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” That prayer is answered. The Holy Ghost came into the earth. Now we SAY, “Your will BE on earth as it is in heaven. We say it be. Different dispensation. They couldn’t bear it.

A lot of you can’t bear it now, because of your old religious training, but this is the way it is. We no longer pray for God’s will to be done, we say for God’s will to BE done. That’s how we do it in this dispensation, we go from pray to say.

Like I said earlier, they had to pray to God in that day, because God wasn’t with them. You don’t have to pray to God, because He is with you; you simply say what’s in agreement with Him which is His Word. So we go from praying to the Father to send His will, to saying the will of God on the earth because the Holy Ghost is on the earth. What’s He going to do while He’s on the earth? His will as it is in Heaven, if we say it.

I have many other messages where I’ve said, He will do for you whatever you say, He will do it for you, as long as it’s in agreement with His Word. These are all freely available on-line. But, this is how walk with God the Holy Ghost in the earth today.

You can pray to the Father, but what are you going to ask Him for? Think about it; use your noggin. You want Him to send you a savior? He already did that. What are you asking Him? You want Him to heal you? He’s not going to do it. He’s already made the provision for you to be healed. You want to know His will, you want Him to send you a teacher, you want Him to send you someone that it will help you in all the affairs of life — He already did it. Seriously. What are you going to ask Him?

“I’m going to go bombard the gates of heaven!” “Father do this. Father do that.”

What are you going to ask Him? The Holy Ghost is the fulfillment of all these. That’s why He said that the kingdom came in the Person of the Holy Ghost. If the Holy Ghost is the fulfillment of all those things, what are you going to ask Him?

I know this is different than what you’ve been taught, but have you ever thought that maybe you were taught wrongly? I mean, if we’re going to change, that means we’re going to have to change our thinking, change our belief system. And when you begin to embrace the Holy Ghost as being God and start walking with Him, and worshiping Him, there’s a lot of change that needs to happen.

Welcome to the new dispensation! It’s not the same as the old dispensation, and you’re not in the old dispensation — stop acting like it! Stop acting like you’re in the old dispensation.

What are you asking the Father for?

“I wanna pray to the Father, I wanna pray to the Father, I wanna pray to the Father.”

What are you asking Him for? I guarantee it is something He’s already provided for and then sat down. What are you asking Jesus for? It’s already something He’s provided for and then sat down. They’re not going to do anything about it!

You want to whine, “My prayers aren’t being heard.”

They’re already answered and you’re just ignoring the answer. What are you asking the Father for? I guarantee it’s something that He’s already sent; He already sent Jesus, He already sent the Holy Ghost.

“Oh God, I need help!”

One of the names of the Holy Ghost is the Helper. (John 14:16)

People want to pray to the Father. I don’t have a problem praying to the Father; I don’t really have time to go through it, but there’s a whole bunch of scriptures that talk about giving thanks to the Father. You can spend all the time you want giving thanks to the Father, “Thank You” for what He’s already done, but don’t ask Him for anything. He’s already sent everything that you could possibly ever need or want. (Eph 5:20, Col 1:12)

“I need help, I need help.”

Well the Bible calls the Holy Ghost the Paraclete (Greek), one called alongside to help. Who’s He here to help? You.

“I need teaching, I need ability.”

Him, Him, Him, also Him. Holy Ghost. And you start to realize, “Well, that was pretty smart of the Father and Jesus to send the Holy Ghost into the earth.” Yeah, because They didn’t want to hear all your stupid prayers.

Here we go…

You will get no help from the Father! You will get zero help from the Father, you’ll get zero help from Jesus!

(Isn’t this a great message? But you know what I’m talking about now).

Why? Because He has already sent the Helper. He’s already sent His Word and healed you. (Ps 107:20) Jesus sat down, “It is finished.” He’s not doing anything else. You’re not walking with Him, you’re walking with the Holy Ghost Who is God in the earth today.

The Father sat down after sending Jesus, then Jesus sat down after He accomplished what He needed to accomplish in His dispensation. That leaves us with… Who? The Holy Ghost.

The Father’s not doing anything, Jesus isn’t doing anything. The Bible does say a few things like They’re interceding, stuff like that, but it’s all stuff – heavenly. (Romans 8:34)

Then They sent the Holy Ghost; the Holy Ghost is the One doing everything in the earth. He’s the One that we commune with, that we talk to, ask favors of. It’s His dispensation, He does everything; and the more right I am with that, the more righteous I am, and the more I can expect things to happen for me and to me.

We’re going to stop praying, bombarding the gates of heaven, and we’re going to start saying/speaking in agreement with the Holy Ghost. That’s faith.

“Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” What am I doing here with these words? Am I saying, “God, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven, please do that.” Am I saying that? No. I’m saying and declaring “God’s will be!” That’s how we walk with the Holy Ghost in our dispensation.

If you want results, that is. If you don’t want results, go back to the old way without results.

But if you worship Him, the Holy Ghost, and speak His words; you will see results in your life, guaranteed. If you worship Him as God and speak in agreement with His word, you will see results, guaranteed.

There’s nothing He won’t do for you if you worship Him, and there’s nothing His Word won’t do for you if you’ll say it and speak in agreement with it.

This is the age of the Holy Ghost. This is how we walk with Him.

I walk with Him all day long. I worship Him, He is God. I speak in agreement with His word, that’s how you are right with Him.

I spend very little time praying or bombarding Him. Do you like to be bombarded by anyone? Just stop it. Do be like one of those little yippy dogs.

“Yap yap yap yap yap yap yap!”

Nobody wants to be bombarded.

No, we are in communion with Him and we walk in agreement with Him by speaking His word. This is the righteousness of God. (Romans 10:6)

This is a necessary message for most people. It is so much easier just to walk with the Holy Ghost as God, knowing that He’s the one Jesus sent and that Jesus is sat down at the right hand of the Father. They’re done, they’re finished with what they need to do — they sent the Holy Ghost. Now I just walk with Him – the Holy Ghost. It’s easy. It’s not difficult. We walk with the Holy Ghost and we speak in agreement with His word and we get better at it.

Romans 8:26 — “Likewise the…” Who? The Spirit, Holy Ghost, “…also helps” So He’s, what? He’s in the earth, He’s helping our weaknesses, our inabilities.

“God help my weaknesses, help my inabilities!”

One of the most common translations of that word ‘infirmity’ means ‘sickness.’

“God help my sicknesses!”

Is He going to do it? Is the Father going to do it; is Jesus going to do it? No, but the Holy Ghost… “Likewise the Spirit helps our infirmities, for we know not what we should pray for as we ought.” We can put the word “ ‘say’ for as we ought” in there because we’re talking about saying. “But the Spirit Himself intercedes for us” with sayings or groanings that we couldn’t utter on our own. He’s helping you say what needs to be said. Those of us who know, know we are talking about speaking in other tongues. (1 Cor 14:2)

Let me ask you a question here, because I can tell people are thinking this: is the Holy Ghost going to help you ask the Father from heaven to be healed? “Likewise the Spirit helps our infirmities… we don’t know what to pray for as we ought.” So, people think, He’s going to help me to pray to the Father in heaven to send some kind of miraculous healing down here? Does He need to do that? No, He – the Holy Ghost – is helping you to communicate with Himself, the Holy Ghost, who has the gifts of healings.

Have you ever heard of that – the gift of healing? If you had a healing and it was His gift of healing, how did you get healed? The Holy Ghost. You might even have asked Him, and probably did, while you’re praying in other tongues. It says “He’s helping your infirmities; you don’t know how to say for as you ought.”

Verse 27 — “He that searches the hearts knows what is the mind of the Spirit, because he makes intercession for the Saints according to His will (or the will of God.)”

Verse 28 — “And we know that all things work for good to them that love God.” Who is God? The Holy Ghost, He’s in the earth today. “And to them who are the called according to His purpose (or who call according to his purpose.)

In our day and our age, in our dispensation — Holy Ghost. Holy Ghost. Holy Ghost; Holy Ghost. Holy Ghost, Holy Ghost, Holy Ghost.

“Doesn’t that irritate the Father; doesn’t that make Jesus sad?”

No, it irritates Him and makes Him sad when you try to live in some other dispensation and try to badger Them into doing something They’ve already done by sending the Holy Ghost. Holy Ghost Holy Ghost Holy Ghost Holy Ghost Holy Ghost — pleases the Ones that sent Him.

You’ll never be able to fulfill what you’re called to do without fully embracing Him as God in the earth today and walking with Him.

Let’s read on, verse 31 — “What shall we then SAY to these things.” Knowing all we know about the Holy Ghost being God in the earth today and that we walk with Him by saying words; knowing that we’re in this dispensation and not some other — what shall we then SAY to these things?

“If God be for us, who can be against us.” Who is God? Holy Ghost. If He’s for you, who can be against you? What are you going to say to the things? Knowing what you know, what are you going to say to the things?

What if there’s a sickness or disease lurking about, what are you going to say to it? Well, you could just say that… “If God before me, who could be against me.” But you can also be more specific with other verses of Scripture. You can say, “Sickness go away, you can’t come near me!” and “By Jesus stripes I was healed.” (Ps 91:10, 1 Peter 2:24)

What are you going to say to an old body part? “Youth be renewed.” What are you going to say to it? (Ps 103:5)

This is where we’re at. I hope I’ve brought you up to this place. We now get to say things. Isn’t this good?

What are you going to say to a bank account that might seem like it doesn’t have enough in it? You’re going to call it full. You’re going to to say, “I have more than enough.” You’re going to say, “My God supplies all my need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. (Phil 4:19)

Here’s another thing, I’ll just bring this up: what if I keep asking God the Father for some money? He lives in heaven, His currency doesn’t work here. Who’s in the earth? The Holy Ghost. You know what the Father would do? He would send you the Holy Ghost if He could.

There’s a verse of scripture that says, “A good father knows how to give good things to his children, how much more shall the Father in Heaven give the Holy Ghost to those that ask Him. So I don’t care what you’ve asked Him, the answer is Holy Ghost. (Luke 11:13)

“What shall we then say to these things?” This is how we walk with God.

I really hope I’ve gotten this across to you, you will be so much better off when you learn to start saying things and stop praying things; because the Holy Ghost is already with you, you just need to get in line with Him and start saying some things.

Prosper. A.J.Hemstrought 1/31/2020

Transcribed and edited by Olivia Hemstrought

 


How to Interpret Tongues

I was asked this question recently by one of our Partners/Members and I thought it was a great question. Enjoy.

How do we interpret our speaking in tongues?  I am seeking an answer to a problem. Thank you.

Interpretation of Tongues is a gift of the Spirit listed in the nine gifts of the Spirit in 1 Corinthians 12. It operates like all the other gifts, by faith and as the Spirit wills. These 9 gifts don’t operate like the gift of the speaking in tongues or praying in tongues that we all receive when we are filled. Those words we can speak at anytime and all the time – He is always giving the utterance in an unending stream.

The gift of Tongues and Interpretation of Tongues in Chapter 12 are different.  They are distinct “gifts of the Spirit” just like a gift of healing or a word of wisdom. Therefore, the interpretation itself or the ability to interpret a tongue is a gift of the Spirit and is given, as He wills. Vs.11

The bible does say though, Pray that you may interpret. So, it is certainly available to us. I like to read that verse in this way: Pray, in a way that, ye may interpret. What do I mean by, in a way? I mean pray, In tongues, in a way, long enough and with the right kind of fervency, that your mind goes quiet and you know, when the things (that He gives) come floating up out or your spirit. You’ll know when you’re there. It’s a wonderful thing.

The gift of interpretation of tongues will usually operate when you are in the spirit – speaking in Tongues, ministering in the Spirit to others, etc. But, because this gift is given as He wills, we can’t just make it happen or work it like we do with “Speaking in Tongues as a prayer language” which we can work any time we desire. There’s a distinct difference. With our prayer language, He’s always giving us the utterance and ability to speak in other tongues we can do it right now.

As you are speaking in tongues (if the gift of Interpretation of Tongues is to begin operating in you) a knowing comes upon you. An inward knowing that says, “hey, that’s an interpretable tongue.” Somehow the tongue seemed different to you, something about it was weightier, it sounded different to your ear and inner-man and you recognized it was interpretable. That’s the beginning of the gift! That’s the unction that you are looking for to take the next step forward, which is to speak out the interpretation, by faith. You say, how do you do that? You won’t know how to do THAT until you first have the unction first.

When you have the unction or knowing – that it is an interpretable tongue – then you must step out and speak in faith, that which is given to you. Usually, it will be just a word or two and as you speak those words out in faith more words will come. This is what happens in services where a person “has” the gift of interpretation of tongues.

It can and does happen though in our everyday lives.

Example. One time I was under duress concerning a car I owned. It was nearing the end of its useful life and I needed to do something. I didn’t have the money to just buy a new one.  I really didn’t want to borrow money. I only had a few days to make something happen and I had people depending on me. God what am I going to do? What am I going to do? You know the situation.
So as I’m driving this car praying in tongues and asking God what am I going to do? All of a sudden my tongues changed, they sounded different, it was kind of like I was listening to them as an observer, rather than just speaking them forth like I always do, if that makes sense. 
Then I had the knowing that they were “interpretable tongues” so I took the next step and spoke out in faith that which came to me (out of my spirit by the Holy Spirit). “You won’t need to take out a loan. I have provided a car for you.”
Well, those words comforted me in that situation and caused a new faith to come on me not to worry but wait for the miracle. I had my answer!
A few days later a friend of my wife’s old school mate called and said they had a car that the lord had put on their heart to sow to us, if we would just drive down and pick it up. Glory to God!

Things like that do happen, just not all the time. And you can’t make it happen. If we could we would.

For every time I’ve had that kind of thing has happened to me, I’ve had a hundred just as miraculous things happen this way…
A better way. Or should I say a more common and every day way to know and get answers to problems.

BTW, if you don’t have the book, “How you can be led by the Spirit of God” by Kenneth E Hagin, I recommend it highly. I try to read through it at least once a year. I’ll quote a bit here for you.

pg.12 “I have learned through these many, many years. In every crisis of life I have learned to look to my spirit inside me. I have learned to pray in other tongues. While I am praying in other tongues, guidance comes up from inside me. This is because my spirit is active. My body is not active, my mind (my soul) is not active, but my spirit is active, and it is through my spirit that God is going to guide me. Sometimes I interpret what I am praying in tongues, and through the interpretation I receive light and guidance. But most of the time, that is not so. Most of the time, just while I am praying in tongues, from somewhere way down inside, I can sense something rise up in me, It begins to take shape and form. I cannot tell anyone mentally how I know it, because my understanding has nothing to do with it. But I know on the inside of me what to do.” Kenneth E. Hagin    ———–

I like to say this, Speaking in tongues is like taking a bucket and lowering it down into the well of your spirit. Speaking draws it up and out! (The answer you need or seek is in there.) As you continue speaking in tongues you draw out everything you need to succeed. The answer. The solution.

I have found – time and time again – that, while I am speaking in other tongues, revelation comes up. Or a word of knowledge. Or another gift of the Spirit will take form and manifest. In any case, the answer comes up in that bucket with the living water.

I put it this way, “if, every day, you were drawing water out of a well with a bucket and rope, every day, every day. Same bucket, same rope. Wouldn’t you know if something else came up in that bucket?” “Hey, what’s this shoe doing in my bucket, what’s this answer doing in my bucket?” It’s just like that.
Instead of just more water, your answer came out, too!– many times in the form of an interpretation of tongues, but more often simply just a “knowing” that you have what you were praying for and that it is taken care of. God moved on you behalf.
But, my main point here is that it came out of the same place, the same well.Praying in tongues helps us to not only locate where this well is, but also where these answers come from. And draws them out.

Heres an article I wrote on the subject, “Out of the Belly” 
“The answer you seek will come out of your mouth.”

Here’s also a video that touches on the subject.You Must Speak His Words into the Earth

I hope this helped.
Prosper,
A.J.Hemstrought

Our Purpose and Mission

“Our mission is to get you to know the Holy Ghost as God in the earth today, and teach you how to walk with Him.”  A.J.Hemstrought

The Holy Ghost is God in the earth today and you walk with Him by saying words – speaking in agreement with His words. It doesn’t matter who you are. It doesn’t matter if you are Catholic. It doesn’t matter if you are Protestant. It doesn’t matter if you are Orthodox. It doesn’t matter if you are Anglican. It doesn’t matter if you are Baptist. It doesn’t matter if you are: Southern Baptist, Nazarene, Pentecostal, Pentecostal Holiness, Word of Faith, Evangelical, Methodist, Calvinist, Mennonite, Presbyterian, Reformed, Anabaptist, Mennonite, Amish, Quaker, Assemblies of God, Church of God, Messianic, Full Gospel, Charismatic, Apostolic, Seventh Day Adventist, Non-denominational, Independent, Life Church, Rock Church, New Life Church, or a New Life Family Faith Church, etc. 

The “Society” (the Metropolitan Holy Ghost Society) is for everyone! I’m not telling you that you have to leave your denomination or your church.

Our job here at the Society is to get you to know the Holy Ghost as God in the earth today and teach you how to walk with Him. That’s what we do. Every week we are bringing you something else that helps you to know the Holy Ghost, that He is God. You understand? He is God in the earth today. The Father is in heaven and Jesus is at His right hand and they both sent the Holy Ghost to be in the earth. And the Holy Ghost… He’s in the earth TODAY! So, our job is to get you to know Him as God in the earth today and to walk with Him.

You can be a “Society Member”, you can belong to “the Society” and listen to these messages if you are any one of those various denominations – listed above. It doesn’t matter what your background, church, or denomination is. The realization has to come to you that the Holy Ghost is the Living God and that He is in the earth and how I get to walk with Him – by saying words. Our job is to introduce you to the Person of the Holy Ghost and to teach you how to walk with Him.

We minister to people from all over the world and from all denominations and we introduce them to the Holy Ghost and how to walk with Him.

It’s a message who’s time has come. 

A Word of Encouragement

Dear Holy Ghost Worshiper,
Your situation is not unique. There seem to be people all over the earth who are hungry for God and have no one to walk them through the process – of Knowing Him and walking with Him. I have learned over the years that this journey is a personal one and more often than not we must stand alone. Yet, you are not alone. I am here. You are there, but each of us is divinely connected whether here or there by the Living Holy Spirit (Who is God in the earth today). I can pray for you right now and He will touch you. By the way, He is pleased by your pursuit of Him!
When I say, “I Worship You Holy Ghost”, believe me, I stand alone… Not one of my ministry friends preach this message of Holy Ghost Worship, and I’ve been in the ministry for 30 years. Yet, daily worshiping the Holy Ghost is one of the greatest joys of my life! In fact, I’ve made more “spiritual progress” in that “room of Holy Ghost Worship” than in any other one thing. Praying in tongues would be a very close second.
Learn to worship the Holy Ghost and pray in tongues every day. Make a priority out of it. I recommend at least one hour daily. As you spend time using the words “I Worship You Holy Ghost” and spend time speaking in other tongues you are getting to know Him as God in the earth today. He will lead you. He will fill you. He will completely CHANGE YOU and how you think! If I can help in any way let me know. My e-mail can be found on under contacts. I also recommend this series:
Entering the Room of Holy Ghost Worship
A. J. Hemstrought
2 Corinthians 3:17-18

The Everyday Working of Miracles

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Wouldn’t you like to have a life where all things are working together for good for you? Then you’re going to have to have the working of miracles in your everyday life.

A lot of people might despise that statement, for whatever reason (why, I don’t know) but it doesn’t matter; the people that despise it, they don’t have to have it. The people that appreciate it and like it will be blessed by it, and I’ve had people say that about many of the messages we preach here. They thank me for saying things other people are not saying. I’m preaching to the people who have ears to hear what the Spirit is saying, through me, to them.

Where do you suppose I get these messages from? I get them from the Holy Ghost — by praying in tongues a lot. Paul said he prayed in tongues more than all of them put together (1Cor. 14:18). I’m not there yet, but I’m telling you, that’s where these messages come from — I don’t make them up; but I’m getting them and they’re going online, and people are going to be blessed by them, because they could not hear those things in their own church or from somebody else.

People need to hear this message. It’s called, “The Everyday Working of Miracles.”

Say, “The everyday working of miracles.”

What is the working of miracles? Let’s define this by the scriptures. First Corinthians chapter twelve, and verse ten (1Cor. 12:10). To another the working of miracles…

Say, “The working of miracles.”

This is a two part gift. This gift has working and miracles. Throughout the scriptures — and we’ll look at quite a few scripture — the working of miracles has a natural component and a spiritual component. The working is something that they did in the natural, and then there’s the supernatural part. For example, let’s take the working of miracles where Jesus said, Cast the net on the other side of the ship… (John 21:6). They had to work and go throw their net, and then the miracle took place. They had the working part, and they had the miracle part; they had the natural part, and the supernatural part. The working of miracles.

Here we have the classic definition of working — the Greek word is energima — it’s where we get the word energy from. When you apply energy to something; when you mop the floor, what does that take? It takes some energy. If it snows you have to go out and put some energy into getting it off the driveway or the sidewalk. It takes natural energy, something you do.

Energima, that’s the Greek word for working, means: an affect, an operation, working, to be active, to do something. So you’re doing something, you’re working.

Then, miracles; the Greek word dunamis, is where we get the word dynamite from. Dynamic power! Dunamis always carries the element of the supernatural or the miraculous. It has force or power, miraculous power; ability, supernatural ability; strength, supernatural strength. You understand? There’s always the supernatural element.

So we’ve got the natural part, energima, and we’ve got the supernatural component, dunamis. When they come together we have the working of miracles, and we’ll see this over and over again in the scriptures.

We’re talking about the everyday…

Say “Everyday.”

The everyday working of miracles. I would think you’d want the everyday working of miracles. Everyday, everyday in your life, your natural situations being affected by supernatural things. That’s the everyday working of miracles.

Now more often than not, when we are talking about the working part, energima, it involves speaking. The natural part is someone speaking.

Let’s look at James chapter five and verse sixteen (James 5:16). The effectual, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much… That’s what the King James version says, now let’s look at what the Amplified version says: The earnest, heartfelt, continued prayer… (does that sound like work? Yeah.)

The earnest, heartfelt, continued prayer of a righteous man… (that would be the natural part)

prayer… (that’s saying)

Prayer is saying something. Saying is the natural part.

of a righteous man makes tremendous power available, dynamic in its working. That’s the miraculous part. So, we have the natural part that was prayer, or saying; and then we have the supernatural part that was power coming after the speaking — and we’ll see that over and over again, the power comes after the speaking.

The everyday working of miracles is speaking and having the power become available and do things for you.

Let’s read on here and He’ll describe it Himself — verse seventeen (James 5:17): Elijah was a man subject to like passions as we are… What does that mean? He was in the natural! He was a man in the natural with issues and problems just like you — like passions. You can read in the scriptures where he needed this or that: he needed a place to stay, he needed some food — all those things, just like we do. And he prayed earnestly. Was that supernatural? No. It said he was a man like we are and he did something in the natural, he prayed earnestly, or he said certain things. We could go read the story (1Kings 17), we won’t right now, but he said either “it’s going to rain” or “it’s not going to rain” — he said things. And he prayed earnestly that it might not rain, and it rained not on the earth for the space of three years and six months (James 5:17). What was that? That was a miracle. It was a working of miracles. He didn’t wave a wand, he didn’t stomp a foot — he spoke. He prayed, and it rained not. So you have Elijah (a man like we are) praying, that’s the natural component; and you have it raining not and then raining again, which is the supernatural component — the working of miracles.

I’m going to give you another definition of the everyday working of miracles. Romans chapter eight and verse twenty-eight (Romans 8:28). And we know that all things work…

Say “Work.”

all things work together for good…

Wouldn’t you like to have a life where all things are working together for good for you? Then you’re going to have to have the working of miracles in everyday life. That’s what we’re defining here. All things means all things — all the things in the natural: the job, the bills, the upcoming situations. All the things…

Say, “All things.”

working together for good for you. Is that a promise? Yes, and we’re going to see how we get there. The promise is the working of miracles — all things working together for good in your everyday life. All things working together — the natural part and the supernatural part. We’ll come back to this verse in a little bit. For now, let’s look at Mark chapter eleven.

Here we have where Jesus passed by a fig tree, and did what? Mark chapter eleven and verse twenty (Mark 11:20). And in the morning, as they passed by, they saw the fig tree dried up from the roots, and Peter calling to remembrance saith unto Him “Master, behold, the fig tree which thou” … dug up with a shovel … “is withered away.” Is that what He did? No. What did He do? He spoke to it. How did this miracle take place? Jesus spoke, and so the working of miracles (this is a working of miracles, you understand; it wasn’t a healing, it wasn’t any of those other gifts of the Spirit; it was a working of miracles.) took place. He said, “Dry up,” to the fig tree, and it dried up by the next day — that was a working of miracles. Did this happen in Jesus’ daily life? Yeah!

And Jesus answering saith unto them, verse twenty-two (Mark 11:22), have faith in God… or have the God kind of faith. For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith. So what was the natural component here? Saying. The speaking and the saying was the natural component, and the supernatural was it coming to pass.

Mark chapter four. Here we have where Jesus and his disciples are crossing over the sea; Jesus said, “Let us pass over unto the other side.” Verse thirty-five, (Mark 4:35); and the same day, when the even was come, he saith unto them, Let us pass over unto the other side. Verse thirty-six, And when they had sent away the multitude, they took him even as he was in the ship, and there were also with him other little ships. And there arose a great storm of wind, and the waves beat into the ship, so that it was now full. And he was in the hinder part of the ship, asleep on a pillow: and they awake him, and say unto him, Master, carest thou not that we perish?

What did they say? They said, “We’re dying, and you don’t care.” That doesn’t sound like faith. And he arose, and rebuked the wind, he spoke, and said unto the sea, Peace, be still. Was this a working of miracles? Yes. It could be defined as someone saying something, and having a miracle take place.
 The working part was saying; so when you’re saying, you’re working.

Say, “When I’m saying, I’m working.”

And then you believe that what you said comes to pass. You see? That’s the miracle part that takes place — just like Jesus, this was part of His daily life.

Then we have where Lazarus died, John chapter eleven (John 11:43), you can read it later if you want to. Was Lazarus’ being raised from the dead a miracle? Yes.

Lazarus was dead in the tomb for many days — and what did Jesus do? Did He go roll the stone away, and massage him, and use a defibrillator? No. He spoke!Jesus said, “Lazarus, come forth.” (John 11:43). What was Jesus’ work? He spoke.

Say, “Speaking is the work of miracles.”

You’re going to have to do it God’s way. I hope you’re getting this. I’m just showing you a few examples, I could go to many, many others; those are just three I came up with to show you that the speaking is the working part. The speaking has to happen in the natural, and then the supernatural joins up with it – that’s the working of miracles. And so when we’re talking about everyday working of miracles, it’s something you’re going to be doing every day. All things working together for good for you. This is exciting!

All those were classified as miracles, no one would deny that, and all had two things in common — can you guess what the two things are? Words were spoken, in the natural; and a miraculous event took place, which was supernatural.

Say, “Words were spoken, and supernatural happened.”

I hope this is blessing you as much as it’s blessing me.

I think people long to live in the supernatural, they just don’t know how to get there; they long to have supernatural things take place in their lives, but they don’t know how to get it to happen. So, how do we get it to happen — if we can see that all the workings of miracles take place when someone speaks? We have to learn to speak, and to say the right things.

First Corinthians chapter one, verse twenty-seven (1Cor.1:27). But God hath chosen…

Say, “God hath chosen.”

So the preacher chose? The world chose? The angels chose? The devil chose? No. God hath chosen. Now he’s going to tell us what God chose. But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty; And base things of the world, and things which are despised, hath God chosen, yea, and things which are not, to bring to naught things that are:

God chose these things. We’re talking specifically about speaking words. He chose the vehicle of speaking words to bring to naught “situations that are,” or to bring into the world things that you want. It’s God’s method, it’s what He chose. If God is working a miracle in your everyday life, how does He do it? By the foolishness of you speaking (1Cor. 1:21).

Say, “God does it by the foolishness of speaking.”

He told me something last night as I was trying to go to bed; so I had to get up, go across the room in the dark, find my pen, and write it on the back of something. He said, “I must have words to work with.” God can do no miracle in the earth without words to work with. He must have them. The words are the natural part, to work with is His supernatural part. So you must say the words…

Say, “I must say the words for God to do the supernatural in my daily life.”

When you’re consistent with it, especially when you’re saying His words daily, you are walking in the working of miracles.

And He went on last night to say, “Don’t think that your confession isn’t doing anything.” Have you ever thought that? Don’t think that your confession isn’t doing anything. It is the material out of which everyday miracles are made. God chose this method. You didn’t, He did. Are you getting this? Because we often think that. “Oh, it’s not doing anything.” No, it is doing something. You could’ve thought that when Jesus spoke to the fig tree. We understand, it’s Jesus, it happened immediately or the next day; but it’s still the same principle: you say the confession, and you believe that the words you said come to pass and you have whatever you say — that is the definition of the working of miracles. And if you say your confessions every day, then pretty soon — everyday — you’ll have the working of miracles working for you.

God chose this method. “I must have words to work with,” He says.

Acts chapter one and verse eight (Acts 1:8), But you shall receive power…

Say “Power.”

Would power be included in the working of miracles? Yes! That’s what we want, that’s what the working of miracles is: the application of God’s power in your life; and frankly, our everyday life is where we want it.

Say, “I want the application of God’s power in my everyday life.”

Well, here it says, But you shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you. The power comes on you after the Holy Ghost comes on you. Is that what your Bible says? So it comes on you after. Power after. The Holy Ghost isn’t a power; He has power — it’s His power. The Holy Ghost is the Holy Ghost — He is God; and then after He comes on you, His power does.

So let’s see what happened after. Acts chapter two and verse one (Acts 2:1), And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting. And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them. Verse four. And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost…

Now it said in chapter one verse eight that the power comes after the Holy Ghost comes on them, and here it says that they were all filled with the Holy Ghost (or He came on them) and they began to speak. What happened after the Holy Ghost came on them? The speaking. They were all filled with the Holy Ghost and began to speak… What did they begin to speak? They began to speak with other tongues as the Spirit gave them utterance. Then they began walking in the power of God. The power of God began to manifest for them in their everyday lives because they were speaking.

Say, “When I speak, the power comes — it’s scriptural.”

When you speak in tongues, what happens, according to the scriptures? Power comes. “Well, I don’t feel like it does.” So what? You don’t always feel everything, do you? When you speak in tongues the power comes into your life. What are you speaking? You’re speaking what He wants said — you’re speaking His words as He gives you utterance and power becomes available, and it comes into your natural life.

We’re talking about the everyday working of miracles. How do you work miracles? The number one way is by speaking — speaking God’s word. Nothing could be better (in speaking God’s word) than speaking in other tongues, because you’re speaking as He gives you the utterance. He’s giving you the words to say. So the power of the working of miracles comes after the speaking, we’ve seen this over and over again.

The power of the working of miracles for you in your life comes after your saying, or your speaking — especially in other tongues. He may quicken you to say something specifically, that’s good, but you don’t have to have that — you can just keep speaking in other tongues, and know that the power comes after.

James chapter three and verse five (James 3:5) says, even so the tongue is a little member, and boasteth… or works… great things. It boasts, that’s the working part; the great things is the supernatural part. So is the tongue among our members (James 3:6). That’s how you’re working miracles.

Philippians chapter one, verse nineteen (Phil 1:19). For I know that this shall turn to my salvation… He’s talking about a specific situation, and it needs to turn. I could share what it is but it doesn’t really matter, that’s not really the point — the point is that there are situations that need to turn.

Say, “There are situations that need to turn.”

Turn to my salvation. The word salvation, or soteria, simply means your deliverance; a situation that shall turn to your deliverance, shall turn to your prosperity, shall turn to work out for your benefit. Remember what we were talking about before? “All things working together for good for you,” (Romans 8:28). It shall turn. “All things working together for my good,” I could put that there, because it’s talking about the same thing — the everyday working of miracles.

For I know that this shall turn to my salvation (Phil. 1:19). To my deliverance, to my prosperity, to my healing — whatever I need. Through your prayer. Your prayer, which is what? Your words, your saying, your calling, your asking, your petition — your words. It shall turn to your salvation through your words AND the supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ; the supply simply means the full, complete provision of the Spirit of Jesus Christ. So here again we have the two components: we have the natural part of your words calling; and the supply of the Spirit, which is the working of the miracle. And he said he knows that it shall turn. So prayer is the saying part, the natural part. The supply of the Spirit, is that natural? No. It’s the supernatural part.

Go to Galatians chapter three.

Galatians chapter three, verse five (Gal. 3:5). He therefore that ministereth to you the Spirit, and worketh miracles among you… Can you guess what that’s talking about? It’s talking about working miracles among people, or among them in their daily lives; and most of the time, when you need a miracle, it will be in your daily life. He that ministereth to you the Spirit… Remember how before we had the supply of the Spirit; so, we have someone ministering the supply of the Spirit and working the miracle. How do you think the miracle (if it follows the pattern of all the other scriptures) is going to be worked? By speaking. There’s a supply of the Spirit, and there’s speaking. He said you’d be delivered by speaking, and the supply of the Spirit. He therefore that ministereth to you the Spirit, and worketh miracles among you, doeth he it by the works of the law or by the hearing of faith?

Say, “The hearing of Faith.”

I’ve got news for you — every time there’s hearing, there must be a speaking. He could have said, “By the speaking of faith.” But that wouldn’t have worked because they had to hear it. You understand? Because faith comes by hearing. So he was speaking faith — with the supply of the Spirit — and the working of miracles took place in their everyday life.

You supply the voice.

Say, “I supply the voice.”

You supply the voice — that’s the working part, that’s the natural part. You don’t do the supernatural part; He supplies the spirit. It said right there: through the supply of the Spirit. You shall be delivered by your prayer (or your voice) and the supply of the Spirit. That’s the working of miracles, every day.

Every day!

Are you going to have the supply every day if you don’t use your voice every day? No. And you wonder why I keep saying you’ve got to pray in tongues every day. Why? Because you’re supplying your voice, you’re providing your voice (He must have words to work with); and then He supplies the power of the spirit, because the power comes after the saying. You see?

Faith comes by hearing. This should be blessing you — and I think it is.

Now, if you’ve come this far in this message (especially you at home) you’re going to rewarded right now. This has come to me through literally years of meditating and saying these verses of scripture; and years of doing them, praying in the Spirit.

Romans chapter eight and verse twenty-six (Rom. 8:26). Likewise the Spirit, the Holy Ghost, also helpeth our infirmities… Infirmities means: sicknesses, weaknesses, inabilities, lack (which could be financial lack), and shortcomings. So the Holy Ghost (the Spirit) helpeth. The word helpeth means: to take hold together with against… whatever it might be. So the Spirit is going to take hold together with against your sickness or lack. He’ll come to you. He’ll take hold together with against the lack; He’ll take hold together with against the weakness. Who does this? The Spirit does. He takes hold together with against the shortcomings. Is this good news? Yeah! It says here, (Rom. 8:26) Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities, for we know not what we should pray for…

We don’t always know what we should pray for … as we ought. “As we ought,” simply means how. So we don’t know what to pray for, or even really how to do it; but the Holy Ghost is going to come and take hold together with us against the problem — even though we don’t know what or how. But the Spirit… (the verse says itself here, but we know it means Himself) But the Spirit Himself makes intercession for us with groanings…

Now, it would really help if you put a period here, because I’m going to show you something. The Spirit Himself makes intercession for us, or with us; the Spirit Himself intercedes on our behalf; the Spirit takes hold together with against. The Spirit helps. The Spirit advocates. The Spirit steps in the gap on our behalf.

Are you getting the picture here? For us with groanings. Put the period right there, and stop and think for a minute. Who’s groaning? Is the Spirit talking about the Spirit groaning? He’s not groaning! Who’s doing the groaning? Who’s doing the speaking here? We’re doing the speaking — that’s our part. He takes hold. He does this with OUR groanings. He’s not groaning. Why would He have to groan? Is He groaning to Himself? He knows what He wants, there’s no need for Him to groan. The “groaning” just means that you’re saying things, and you don’t know what you’re saying. We know that refers to speaking in tongues; any good Pentecostal would know that’s exactly what we’re talking about here.

He is not the One speaking in tongues, we’re the ones speaking in tongues. We’re the ones groaning/speaking. He’s taking hold, interceding on our behalf when we groan; when we speak, He’s doing this. He’s advocating, He’s standing in the gap, He’s doing things — when we’re groaning.

Look at this, I’m going to read it again, (Rom. 8:26) for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit Himself makes intercession for us… intercedes on our behalf with groanings that which cannot be uttered. It says here, “With groanings which cannot be uttered.” Well, number one, that doesn’t make any sense on any level. He’s not groaning something that can’t be uttered — that would mean He’s not uttering anything! That is not what it means; it means that now you’re speaking, you’re groaning, you’re speaking in other tongues — that which you could not articulate before, that which you could not utter; and it applies directly to the what and the how that came before it. You’re speaking what and how, in other tongues, that which you did not know how to do before; and He’s able to intercede, He steps in, He takes over — while you’re doing it.

He does the miraculous part. He intercedes on our behalf with our groanings (you could even put that word in there because it describes who’s doing the groaning) that which we could not utter before. That which we didn’t know how to utter before; but now we do, because we’re doing it in the spirit. Isn’t that good? Isn’t that a lot more clear than what it seemed to say there? Yes, glory be to God.

We do the groaning, which means we do the speaking. He does it, the supernatural part, with our groanings — we know that! We speak as He gives us utterance; and then He’s able to do the intercession on our behalf, with our groanings.

Let’s read on in verse twenty-seven. (Rom. 8:27) And he that searcheth the hearts knoweth what is the mind of the Spirit… Let me ask you a question. Could “He that searches the hearts” be talking about “Who knows the mind of the Spirit?” If it is, once again, that makes no sense on any level. Of course the Spiritknows what is the mind of the Spirit — it’s His mind! He knows what His mind is. He’s not the one searching the heart to know what is the mind of the Spirit.

Are you telling me that if He searches my heart, He’ll know what His mind is? That makes no sense, okay? What will make sense is when we read it backwards, the way so many Greek sentences are structured.

Bear with me now, and remember how we just got done saying that we’re groaning things we didn’t know how to utter before — because He makes intercession for the saints; because He’s interceding for you the saints, taking hold together with against, stepping in the gap with our groanings; because He’s making intercession for the saints according to the will of God…

Picture what’s happening: you’re giving groanings, you’re praying, and what are you doing? You’re working with the Holy Ghost and speaking according to the will of God.

Because He makes intercession for the saints according to the will of God, he that searches his heart, knows what is the mind of the Spirit. He that searches hisheart. He that searches, or examines, his heart; or looks down in his own heart — knows what is the mind of the Spirit. The person examining his heart is the one who’s been praying with the Holy Ghost; and because I’m praying with the Holy Ghost in other tongues according to the will of God, when I examine my own heart I know what is the mind of the Spirit. How do you get to know the mind of the Spirit? By praying as the Spirit gives utterance. I’m praying the will of God, and as I look into my heart I know (I can examine) what is the will of the Spirit.

When we search our hearts we know what is the will of God, we know what is the mind of the Spirit — we have the mind of Christ. And, after all of that, after praying; we can know the will of God. We have Him interceding for us on our behalf when we’re groaning, when we’re praying in the spirit. We’re speaking His words, and He’s stepping in to help us…

Say, “He steps in to help me when I speak in other tongues.”

That’s what we’re talking about, Him coming in to help us. And… verse twenty-eight. And we know that all things work together for good… And what is that? That’s the definition of the working of miracles: all things working together for good. Why would that be? Because you’re speaking as He gives you utterance; you speak the words given by the Holy Ghost, and power comes after. What is the power coming after? It’s coming after the word is spoken.

And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God… and call according to His purpose. So we know, not only that we know the will of God (because we have the mind of Christ when we pray in the Spirit, and when we look into our hearts we’ll know the will of God) but we also know the power of all things working together for good. That is the power of the working of miracles in your everyday life; however, it’s not going to happen every day if you don’t pray every day.

Say, “Every day.”

You can’t have the miracles without the speaking; you don’t have the power without the words. So when you’re praying every day, when you’re praying in the spirit, you are literally working miracles in your everyday life.

Say this, “When I pray in the Spirit every day, I am literally working miracles in my everyday life.”

Every day.

We’re talking about everyday working of miracles. The power comes after the saying — the power of all things working together for good. We know the will of God, and we know the power…

Say, “I know the power of all things working together for good for me.”

You know the power of the working of miracles in your everyday life. Is this scriptural? Yes.

Every day. Everyday tongues. What are everyday tongues? Those are tongues you speak every day. You get up and you start speaking in tongues — every day — and the power comes. Why would the power come? The power comes after speaking in tongues. Why does the power come? Verse twenty-eight (Rom. 8:28). And we know that all things work… The power…

Say, “The power of all things working together for good for me.”

The power goes out and it works for you — it does. Everyday tongues, everyday working of miracles; every day, all things working together for good for you.

Just stand on your feet for a minute here, and we can know the power of all things working together for good for us. Let’s pray in tongues a little bit and then I’m going to say, “All things work together for good for me,” and I’m going to show you what you need to do; we’ll pray in tongues for a little bit, and then we’ll repeat, “All things work together for good for me,” and we’ll pray in tongues a little bit more, and then we’re going to say… what? “All things work together for good for me.” Because this is how you have the everyday working of miracles.

Transcribed and Edited by Olivia Hemstrought