In this series of the laws of the Spirit which are principles you must adhere to to walk in the Anointing of Christ, and we will address knowledge you ought to understand to walk in the anointing of Christ.

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IS THE MYSTERY OF GODLINESS."   (1 Timothy 3:16)

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"For OUR CONVERSATION IS IN HEAVEN; from whence also we look for the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ:" (Philippians 3:20) The Apostle was not speaking of the Church, but of his fellow apostles. Their conversation was in heaven, in the throne room where the Devil accuses the brethren day and night before God. That holy man Job wrote of his hearing the conversation between God and the Devil concerning him. (Job l:7) Why is this so? Remember, "the second man is the Lord from heaven." (l Corinthians l5:47) When Jesus Christ is manifest in a living sacrifice, it is reasonable to believe he would be able to speak and to hear the Father in the throne room. Christ is the second Person of the godhead. He is God. The human vessel who is one with him also hears what he hears in him. Now, talking with God is not like talking with man. For God knows what you are going to say before you say it. So He often times prefers to reprove his servant to see if the individual knows who he is talking to. One of the prophets wrote: "I will stand upon my watch, and set me upon the tower, and will watch to see what he will say unto me, and what I shall answer when I am reproved." (Habakkuk 2:l) If the Saint approves of his own performance, he is going to be offended and possibly disoriented; but if he is always aware he is an unprofitable servant deserving of no honor from God Almighty who is the A and the Z, the beginning and the end; then the living sacrifice will answer God wisely.
"THE HEARING EAR, AND THE SEEING EYE, THE LORD HAS MADE EVEN BOTH OF THEM." (Proverbs 20:l2) When the two become one, the man finds himself hearing through the Lord's ear and seeing through the Lord's eye literally in his Spirit. Many Christians say God speaks to them as though it were a common thing, but they mean it figuratively. The more obedient and devout of those called to be living sacrifices actually hear the audible voice of the Lord literally just like someone in this world was speaking. "I will hear what God the LORD will speak:" (Psalm 85:8A) But the hearing ear is also an increased ability to hear what people are really saying and to see their faith.
EVERYONE THAT IS OF THE TRUTH HEARS MY VOICE." (St. John l8:37C) Every Christian will say they are of the truth, but the vast majority of Christians are not totally committed to the Lord, therefore they are not "of the truth." They cannot expect to hear the Lord's voice until they are totally of the truth. God is absolute truth. When he says you must be of the truth to hear his voice, he means for you to be absolutely of the truth. "For God speaks once, yea twice, yet man perceives it not." (Job 33:l4) Philip the Evangelist who is unlike religious evangelists in the churches today, is "of the truth." "And the angel of the Lord spoke unto Philip saying, Arise, and go toward the south unto the way that goes down from Jerusalem unto Gaza, which is desert." Philip did what the voice of the Lord told him to do, and found an Ethiopian Eunuch reading the Word of God. "Then the Spirit said to Philip, "Go near, and join yourself to this chariot."(Acts 8:26/36) And the Ethiopian asked to be baptized. The Church does not equip the Saints. The holy Spirit equiped Philip the Evangelist to win the Egyptian Eunuch.

"MY SHEEP HEAR MY VOICE, AND I KNOW THEM, AND THEY FOLLOW ME:" (St. John lO:27) God's people do not all knowingly hear the voice of the Lord audibly, but the Lord is able guide all to the fulfillment of their predestined lives whether they do hear him audibly or not. The higher consciousness of hearing the Lord comes with much experience in walking in the Spirit for disciples on up to the apostles who are masters of the most holy faith.