Kris shares with school of ministry students the importance of giving, and how it opens the door to revelation and revival.
Religion starts wars, but the kingdom stops them. Wherever the kingdom is present, there is peace because the leader of the Kingdom is the Prince of Peace. It's the kindness of God that leads to revival, and it's the tranquil life that actually allows people to see the goodness of God.
He who gives the most hope has the greatest influence! Our hope is rooted in Jesus who can do anything, and who has given us power, authority and dominion. God has called us to mold culture and create supernatural eco-systems.
Kris reviews some elementary principles of the Kingdom and focuses on the foundation of honor, supporting leaders, knowing your identity as a son/daughter of the King and remaining humble before the Lord. Jesus never said "Go out and make Christians" He said "Go out and make disciples". There is an element of discipline that comes from the honor of serving the Lord.
I have a sense that our country is improving. I had this vision of God blowing or breathing on this continent as Jesus breathed on His disciples and said,"receive the Holy Spirit." It wasn't a suggestion but a command. I saw the nation turning blood red from the east coast to the west coast.
We won't be discouraged by the darkness if we remember the x factor-- signs and wonders! This is a timely word, releasing hope for global reformation. Impossible is nothing.
In this revelatory teaching, Kris Vallotton clarifies the difference between living for eternity and living from eternity. Every Believer knows that God wants all of us to live in Heaven with Him when we die. But many Christians haven't recognized that we are called to live from the celestial realm now because we are seated in heavenly places with Christ.