Praying at grave sites.

To further add about why we visit and pray at grave sites, I wanted to make a few comments. The primary reason is just because we so very hungry for more of God. We do not pray to the people in the grave or attempt to talk to the dead in any way. We pray to God, asking for a similar anointing that the person had.

What I have come to realize, is that I already have what they have. We either don’t know what we have, so we ask for it, or we haven’t appropriated what we have already been given. We already have the entire Holy Spirit living inside of us, so we can already do what these God’s generals have already done. We have the same Spirit that raised Christ from the dead and if we have appropriated the baptism of the Holy Spirit, we have already been given as a gift, His entire Spirit, and all dunamis, ( dynamite ) power. Now we begin to exercise by faith, what has already been given to us, and it develops , like a muscle, into a strong anointing. The exercising of that faith is to heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the leper and to cast out demons. That IS the gospel of Jesus Christ.

One Response to Praying at grave sites.

  1. john f says:

    Very well said. As with Yeshua asking the disciples about John the Baptizer: What did you go to see? As with here He is also really asking What are you seeking, and then Why are you seeking that? A grave is empty as with that certain one the women were at: Who, what are you looking for? He is among the living! Fast forward a couple days…And we are asked the same question at the grave, at the memorial, at the conference. And the answe is the same as you gave above: we already have it, and in quantities qreater than you asked or wished for. OURS IS A LIVING YESHUA SEEK HIM NOT AMONG THE DEAD.

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