What Jesus intends for us is to learn to walk in the supernatural intelligently. Each disciple must learn to walk out a life that is totally beyond what is ordinary.
We need to learn how to walk in the clouds! The things He has done for us are definitely and profoundly out-of-this-world. He provides an exceptional power to us who have tasted a gentle grace.
We have not been elevated to this place without understanding the humility which this new life is rooted in. He provides the power; we provide the humility. Or at least that is what it seems. But a “Jesus walk” will always take humility and perhaps even a brokenness of heart before it can work.
It’s like if I was to give you a new 2017 BMW. It’s a beautiful car, no question. But if I don’t give you the keys, the car really isn’t yours. It can sit in your driveway, but without the key all it is an exterior ornament to your success. But it goes nowhere, without the key in the ignition.
Humility is the key you need to power your Christian life. If you don’t have humility you will never “walk in the clouds.” And without it, you will undoubtedly end up traversing into something, but way less then what could be an amazing supernatural walk.
Your life was meant to be lived out on the margin of supernatural understanding. We have never been walkers, but fliers. We mount up with wings, just like the eagles.
“But the people who trust the Lord will become strong again.
They will rise up as an eagle in the sky;
they will run and not need rest;
they will walk and not become tired.” Isa. 40:31
Will you keep struggling, or will you fly? God’s grace gives you wings. What does your theology allow? Will it permit soaring, and gliding? Yet He approaches us. He asks us, “Do you believe that I can make beauty out of ashes?”
“I will give them a crown to replace their ashes, and the oil of gladness to replace their sorrow, and clothes of praise to replace their spirit of sadness. Then they will be called Trees of Goodness, trees planted by the Lord to show his greatness.” Isaiah 61:3
This sounds like a supernatural walk to me. Walking with Jesus is a miracle every day.
- Walking the Tightrope (brokenbelievers.com)