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God is Not Coerced

8 Sep

One of the major reasons people aren’t receiving more from the Lord is because they think ‘faith’ is God responding to something they do… The Bible calls such ‘faith’ works and legalism. You’re doing something to try to make God do something for you. That’s flesh! You can take the Word, confess it, pray, get up, act healed, and throw your medicine away, but your actions will never make God heal you. In fact, works and legalism stop what God has already provided from coming into physical manifestation. Why? God will not be coerced into anything. Everything from God must come by grace through faith.

Andrew Wommack

You’ve Already Got It, Harrison House, 2006, 47-8.


Speak To Your Mountain

2 Sep

This is how the kingdom works! We’ve made it too hard, praying, ‘Oh God, here’s my need. If you love me, do something!’ When nothing happens, we become bitter at God and wonder, ‘Why haven’t You done anything?’

God has given you the power, but you’re ignorant of how to use it. The anointing is already inside you to heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, and raise the dead. If you aren’t seeing it manifest, it’s not God’s giver that’s broken, but your receiver that needs to be turned on and tuned in. Get into the Word and then use it to speak to your mountain!

Andrew Wommack

A Better Way to Pray, Harrison House, 2007, 123

Rights of Sons

29 Aug

Sometimes I look in a mirror, eyeball to eyeball with myself, and I point to myself and say, “Andrew, God loves you. You’re holy. You’re pure, just as if you’ve never sinned.” It’s possible that when you first say that the hair will stand up on the back of your neck because you’re thinking, “Oh God, don’t strike me dead for saying this.” But after a while, as you keep saying it by faith, knowing it’s God’s word, it will minister to you and you will begin to believe it. You will begin to believe God really loves you and you’ll get to the point where you can’t wait to go right into His throne room!
If an angel stood in your way and said, “What makes you think you’re worthy to come in here?” You could rebuke him and tell him, “Get out of my way! Through the blood of Jesus I’m righteous, I’m holy, and I’m pure, and I’m God’s child. You have no right to stop me.

Andrew Wommack

True Nature of God, Albury, 2008, 123

How Do You See Yourself?

23 Aug

Do you see yourself as a loser trying to win? You’re going to lose. Do you see yourself as a winner that Satan’s trying to make lose? You’ll win. There’s a huge difference! Do you see yourself as the sick trying to believe God for healing? You’ll be sick. Do you see yourself as the healed Satan is trying to steal health from? You’ll be well. Do you see yourself poor trying to become prosperous? You’ll be poor. Do you see yourself as the prosperous – already done through Christ Jesus – that the devil is trying to hinder? You’ll be prosperous. You have to get it on the inside before you have it on the outside. Everything you receive from God comes on the inside first.

Andrew Wommack

Grace: The Power of the Gospel, Harrison House, 2007, 143

You’ve Already Got Everything!

15 Aug

Old Testament principles don’t necessarily apply to New Testament faith. That’s why concepts like ‘getting more faith,’ ‘receiving a new anointing,’ ‘getting more of God,’ and ‘receiving a double portion’ don’t work… Elijah didn’t have the fullness of God. He only had a small part. Therefore Elisha could have twice as much as Elijah. However, John 1:16 reveals, ‘And of his fullness have all we received, and grace for grace.’ Under the New Covenant, we have all received (past tense) His fullness!…

In your spirit, you received the same measure of faith, the same power, the same wisdom, and the same ability as every other Christian. Our spirits are all identical to the Lord Jesus Christ in every way. Your spirit isn’t in the process of growing and maturing because it’s already complete; you’ve already got everything!

Andrew Wommack

Spirit, Soul and Body, Harrison House, 2010, 16-17

Grace For Christians

10 Aug

Do you think God would heal an adulterer?… Well I believe if God would save an adulterer, then He would heal one…
If a drunk comes to a service… (it’s) ‘Brother, God loves you.’… But woe to that drunk if he comes back drunk after being saved. God loved him when he was a sinner and drunk, but if he’s born again and he’s still drunk – God forbid! Most Christians would not offer the same kind of unconditional love. Doesn’t something seem inconsistent about that? Grace is not just for the lost. Christians must live by grace too.

Andrew Wommack

True Nature of God, Albury, 2008, 77,78

Great Faith, Short Prayers

2 Aug

From God’s perspective, praying an hour a day has no value in and of itself!… There is absolutely no virtue in long praying! Jesus normally kept His prayers short. Only twice in the New Testament did He pray all night. Since both are recorded in all four Gospels, you might think it was eight. Really it was just two different occasions… The shorter the prayer, the greater the faith!… ‘HELP!!!’ is a great prayer!

Andrew Wommack

A Better Way to Pray, Harrison House, 2007, 14.