He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

Have you ever seen someone pick the petals off a flower and say these words? Have you also noticed that the average Christian has the same question about their relationship with God? Why do you suppose that is true? If God is living and real, and so many are quick to dismiss Him and His existence, why would those who proclaim to know God are also the same people questioning His love, or worse, His existence? Do you think there may be something wrong with this picture?

For too many of us raised in religious church circles, we base our experience with God against the testimonies of others. When the testimonies talk about healing, yet we see those same people still sick, the testimony loses its valuable impact. He loves me not. But when we can witness a true miracle in that person’s life, one that cannot be explained by medical science, we are amazed. This testimony and corresponding evidence encourages the fact that God is real. He loves me. But until the same kind of healing happens to us, the natural tendency is to dismiss the illness that the other person claims as either an affliction that really wasn’t as bad as they thought or something that really didn’t exist. He loves me not.

We won’t say these thoughts openly. They are just thoughts. But think about this, how did these thought get into our mind when we were happy and rejoicing with that testimony only a few minutes ago? It’s the battle that rages in our mind but we smile and nod and say the right words that support the testimony and never realize that we just got spiritually attacked. If the Word of God is true, then we have to remember a few key verses that address the truth we need in a given situation. The first truth we always need is the intel we’ve been given on our enemy that came with Jesus’ promise for our own lives.

John 10: 10a “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.”

The thief is our spiritual enemy and in this instance, he introduced negative and unfounded thoughts against this testimony of healing to discredit the testimony. If the healing was cancer, and the cancer is gone, who else but God could have done such a miraculous thing? He loves me. But when we get the negative thought that the cancer isn’t real, (that’s a lie), wasn’t really as bad, (another lie), or that the doctors made a mistake, (a third lie), our natural tendency is to believe our thoughts. This is the deception. Those thoughts were NOT really ours. They were introduced to our mind by the thief to destroy the positive impact of that testimony and turn our attention away from the delivering power of God so the end result is this, He loves me not.

Why is this the end result? Because it goes back to our natural greed. If God is really alive and true, why doesn’t He heal ME? It’s greed because we want what that person has. But it’s not the healing that we really want. It’s the experience of touching the hand of God and knowing Him at this same personal level. This is what we want and healing is the most effective way for God to reveal His love and power to people. He loves me. So this leads us to the next part of the scenario. “But until the same kind of healing happens to us, the natural tendency is to dismiss the illness.” We really need to experience God’s supernatural power in order to dispel all of our doubts. Until we have someone else pray for us to be healed and we get healed at that moment, we will always have some doubt to overcome. He loves me not.

So did I have a healing that cannot be explained by science, that was brought on by someone else’s prayer, and that was instantaneous? Yes, I did. At one point in time a few years ago, I was dealing with stomach bug and I was nauseated and doubled over in pain on the couch. I called a pastor friend of mine who said this one important thing about praying for healing. He said: “If you want to heal or be healed by God, you must speak to the issue itself, and command it to leave in the name of Jesus Christ.” I called my son over to me and told him to pray for me and I told him to do it in the exact manner that my friend just taught. My son commanded the nausea and stomach ache to leave in the name of Jesus Christ.

At that very instant, I felt better. It was as though both problems were washed out of me by a wave of water. Where I couldn’t sit up only moments before, now I could sit upright on the couch. I got up and I was fine. The nausea and stomach ache were both gone and they did not come back. This was my healing experience. This was not my first experience with God, but this was my first healing experience with Him. My son was only eight years old at the time. He did exactly as I told him to do. He was amazed that his prayer healed me just as the Bible promised it would. He is a strong believer to this day as a result of that prayer. He is about to turn 18 next month. This was his life changing moment when he learned that God is living, real, full of love and power. This was also my life changing moment when I experienced God’s love, care, and power for me, personally. For both of us, it became our “He loves me” moment because of our good friend.

In memory of Pastor Troy Victory 1970 – 2019

This is how you experience the real deal with God. Sure, I talk about receiving revelation knowledge. I even talk about devil spirits and casting them out of the area or even people. But when anyone really wants to experience God on a personal level, there is no substitute for an undeniable healing in your own life. Especially if that healing is the result of another person’s prayer to God in the name of Jesus Christ. Did you notice that it wasn’t my pastor friend who prayed for me? It was my son. My pastor friend taught me what to do, and I taught my eight year old son. My friend gave me the teaching I needed to know. I relayed the teaching to another, my young boy. He did the praying. God did the healing and we all experienced God’s hand on our lives. This is God’s abundance.

As long as we both remember that experience, it will serve as a beacon to show the difference between Godly power and religious rhetoric. Truth comes with power, rhetoric has no power at all. This is the difference between He loves me, and He loves me not. God’s delivering power is part and parcel to experiencing He loves me. Anything that appeals to logic, reason, fear, or social expectations and has no power only proves He loves me not. That is why so many religious Christians are questioning God’s reality. Their obedience to powerless rules, rituals, and traditions of men are pointing them to men instead of God. But in their minds, they really believe they are serving and glorifying God. This is the deception of religion in general and Christian religion in particular.

If you want to experience God’s love in your personal life, you have to build a personal relationship with God. From there, you will have an opportunity to need His delivering power sometime in your life. Believe me, it may be a trivial matter to someone else, but when it happens to you, God’s power will not be trivial. When you know He is real and He delivers you from an impossible problem, you will realize beyond a shadow of a doubt that He loves you.

I wrote my book below, to help anyone get that relationship with God. It’s not rocket science, but there is logic to the process. The radical, liberals are following spiritual revelation. Most of them do not realize this truth, but the leadership of the left really do. They deny the existence of God, they even deny Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. But they are quick to embrace the spiritual teachings of anyone else or the spiritual revelation from any source besides God Almighty. Their Jesus is not the same as our Jesus Christ. Their god is not the same as our God. They know they are spiritual, but their source is not the same as our source. Following the true God is the only way to defeat their god. As more and more of us learn how to follow the true God, then we can take our culture back from their control. Click the link below to get your own copy and share it with anyone you love. This book is also the result of Troy Victory’s encouragement for me to write what I knew. He believed that anyone who is truly searching for the truth would benefit from this and know that God loves you, truly and forever. He loves you.

Published by Power House Institute

I am a retired full time power plant mechanic. I am also a Radical Christian follower of God with 48 years of volunteer ministry service and training. I hold a degree as an Associate of Biblical Theology, and a Bachelor of Practical Ministry. I have volunteer experience as an Evangelist, property manager, set builder, stage electrician, musician, singer, conference security, food service distribution manager, and a former associate pastor for New Revelation Christian Development Center in Smyrna, TN. I am the founder of Power House Institute and Ministry and the author of Rules for Radical Christians: A Practical Primer for Defeating Radical Liberals at Their Own Game. I believe every born again Christian has the ability interact with God Almighty by way of His Holy Spirit and this is Radical Christianity. It is my mission to encourage and empower spiritual greatness in every Christian believer, no matter which brand of Christianity they choose to follow. By doing so, change the world around us, and the culture we live within. I believe Radical Christians are part of every Christian church in the world. If we want to restore morality, Radical Christians are the only answer for recovery. I want my book and this blog become a powerful and winning influence against Atheist liberalism. We can restore our culture through the combined power and influence of God at work in the lives of Radical Christians everywhere.

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