"So the LORD said to Moses: 'See, I have made you as God to Pharaoh...'" -Exodus 7:1
This is an hour where the Lord is manifesting His glory upon the earth. He is calling us to a place of radical faith—faith that releases the miraculous. He is pouring out on the church, the same anointing for miracles that was upon both Moses and Elijah. In this lesson, I desire that your eyes would be opened to see God as "Creator God," to see yourself in the likeness of God, and to grasp the possibility of the miraculous flowing through your life. You'll learn the difference between healings and creative miracles, discover the power contained in the spoken word, and receive keys for cultivating faith for the miraculous.
God is Creator
In our meetings and crusades, we've witnessed all sorts of creative miracles. We've seen Psoriasis skin conditions instantly cleared up, dead eyeballs scheduled to be surgically removed, restored completely, and instantaneous supernatural weight-loss of 40 pounds. We've seen eardrums that were surgically removed, put back in, and gold fillings and crowns supernaturally appear. These are creative miracles that occur in the Glory of God. In order to experience the creative power of God in your life, it's important to begin to see God as "Creator God."
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." -Genesis 1:1
In the passage above, the Hebrew word for God is Elohim (_____). It's critical that we have a revelation of the power of Creator God. Jesus wanted His disciples to understand that He was the Word of power—He was Creator God. As they were on their way across the sea, look how Jesus reveals this to His disciples:
"And a great windstorm arose, and the waves beat into the boat, so that it was already filling. But He was in the stern, asleep on a pillow. And they awoke Him and said to Him, 'Teacher, do You not care that we are perishing?' Then He arose and rebuked the wind, and said to the sea, 'Peace, be still!' And the wind ceased and there was a great calm." -Mark 4:37-39
The disciples were amazed that even the wind and the sea obeyed Jesus. However, if they had a revelation of God as Elohim, they would have rebuked the wind, and spoke to the sea themselves. If we have a revelation of God as the Creator, we will have faith for creative miracles. When we see the creative nature of the Holy Spirit and His creative power, we will see that as children of God, creative miracles and healings should be normal occurrences in our everyday lives. It's important for us to begin to ask God for faith to step into the miraculous. God is creative in His very nature; He does creative things. Similarly, as His c