Before you will ever walk a foot on water, you will walk miles upon the dust of incarnational living

If we want to move in the supernatural ministry of Jesus, then I think we need to first become incarnational in His ministry. 

We can’t get more incarnational and supernatural than the mission, message, and ministry of Jesus. But it’s easy to miss the fact that the supernatural—heaven breaking into the now—came through the incarnational living out of Emanuel, God with us. God became flesh and dwelt among us. 

Jesus is the son of man and the son of God, the glorious mystery of the God-man. Jesus came to show us how to be fully human. The divine himself fleshed out his divine nature in His humanity. 

Sometimes I think we are so preoccupied with only doing the supernatural ministry of Jesus that we miss the supernatural that comes out of incarnational living. Truly the marvelous is found in what seems to be mundane. 

It’s tempting to think that if we could just be more supernatural, we wouldn’t need these feet of clay.

Before you will ever walk a foot on water, you will walk miles upon the dust of incarnational living. Then after you have walked a foot upon the water, you will walk miles again upon the dust of natural living.

If we truly want to walk in the supernatural, then follow the incarnational Jesus into the dust and dirt of mankind. Then I believe we will live a naturally supernatural lifestyle with signs and wonders that point to Christ and not us.

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