As one devil said to another, ‘Lets give them a life in Christ that is really a life in themselves.’ The other devil smirked and said, ‘LOL.. We will undo them and do ourselves a lot of good.’

The devil smirks when he gets good people to live from the law instead of the Son of God. It’s quite a ruse he’s tricked thousands into adopting as truth - getting folks to live in the knowledge of good and evil with Jesus assistance. This extinguishes the new covenant and undoes the power of the incarnation.


We live the authority of Jesus when we take up our inheritance as sons by living in God’s Son. As we agree that
His life is our life we receive all that is His, including His union with His Father who becomes His Father and our Father. I have come to the view that most of the weakness of the church comes from a failure to live in the authority and richness of our new covenant provision of Christ our life. Too frequently we dilute this and dumb it down to mean Christ helping me live my life or getting Christ to empower what we have already decided to do in our churches. Now. We are here to be the living expression of Jesus and to be doing what Jesus is doing. There are evangelists today and ordinary folks who with Jesus heal the sick, raise the dead and cast out demons. Then there are others whose obsession is the Sabbath, the law and the health message that is carried out entirely in the flesh and could be progressed even if God did not exist at all.

I have seen that a Kingdom of Heaven Culture cannot grow out of a law/old covenant culture. What starts in the Spirit inevitably stagnates, becomes inert, confused and just dies. Holy Spirit lives and acts to have us live in our inheritance; that which God has provided in His Son. If we are unfortunate enough to have had our spiritual formation take place in a legalistic sect there is much to be undone. But be undone it must if we are not to remain children of the slave woman chained in the stocks of law, regulation and impotence.

‘But what does Scripture say? "Get rid of the slave woman and her son, for the slave woman's son will never share in the inheritance with the free woman's son’ Gal 4.30 NIV.

If we have lived our life from the church, thinking that somehow this activity is the Christ, our spirit will be dulled and we will by no means be all we can be as sons brimming with the Spirit of Life. Many churches live in an old covenant/new covenant mixture that constantly has us striving to acquire what is already our possession. While some Christians are attempting to live in dead works other are striving to find life in supernatural works, manifestations and the anointing. These have their place but they are a function of our rootedness in Father – not a passport or substitute for the union with God that is already ours. A young pastor once announced in his sermon that manifestations and signs are not intimacy with Christ. He is right. They are not. They are not even a life in Him. But they are an evidence and continuation of the Kingdom Jesus began. And yes, they flow best when we are part of Him, as we are when we are the Bride who came out of Jesus’ Side. Let’s be clear however. We are not the Bride when we are married to the law and we are not sons when we are rooted in the law instead of our Father.

Jesus is not supreme in all things if we are living from the law, from performance or from churchianity and religion. He is supreme when He Himself is our life in the Spirit of Sonship. Then, we and all things are under His feet. Where they are not we have the authority to put them there.

Nick Vasillades writes,
“Despite its title [Understanding the New Testament Prophet] by Stephen Crosby, this invaluable book is really about the centrality and supremacy of
Jesus Christ in all things. If we can get that primary matter straight, then order, health, and wholeness (and whole lot more) can be restored to both individual believers and the Body of Christ at Large. The gifts were given to the church that we all may attain to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Jesus Christ. But these gifts have become self-existing entities apart from the Lord and the inevitable misuse of them, particularly in the prophetic realm, has resulted in widespread confusion, distortion, damage, and even outright destruction amongst God's people. If you want to perpetuate the Charismatic dysfunction ubiquitous on the Christian Landscape, this book is definitely not for you.”