Most people want to experience supernatural results in their lives. However, we experience supernatural results when we cultivate our relationship

with the Holy Spirit. When we allow Him to lead us, we will operate
above our natural ability.

A. There are no limitations when the Holy Spirit is our guide (Acts 2:32, 33).

1. When we develop a relationship with Him, everyone will visibly see supernatural results in our lives.

2. In order to experience results, our relationship with Him must be authentic, and not mechanical or traditional.

a. We cannot fake the Holy Spirit’s anointing or His empowerment.

b. If we try to fake the anointing, burdens will not be removed and yokes will not be destroyed.

c. We cannot manufacture the anointing by using emotional or religious displays.

B. Satan greatly fears Believers who know they are anointed or empowered by God.

1. Anointed Believers are empowered by God to do His great work.

a. Anointed Believers are a great threat to the kingdom of darkness.

2. The anointing cannot exist without love.

a. Love and the anointing are linked together.

b. Satan attacks our love for others to hinder our relationship with God.

c. When we allow Satan to keep us in strife and bitterness, we allow Him to hinder our anointing.

3. When we obey Jesus’ commandments of love, He manifests Himself to us.

a. When Jesus manifests Himself or makes Himself real to us, we experience divine healing and deliverance.

C. Jesus’ commandments of love according to Matthew 22:37-39:

1. Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, and mind, and love your neighbor as you love yourself.

2. We honor Him by keeping His commandments.

a. Likewise, we dishonor Him by refusing to love one another.

b. When we become born again, the love of God is poured into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, which gives us the ability to love even our enemies.

3. Stir up or rekindle the gift of God, who is love. He has not given us a spirit of fear, but of love, power, and a sound mind (2 Timothy 1:6, AMP).

Scripture References:

  • Acts 2:32, 33
  • Matthew 22:37-39
  • 2 Timothy 1:6, AMP