July 17

What the Snake Doesn’t Want You to Know: You Have Authority to Name Things (Ep 138)

So you’re born again in Christ. Fine. But here’s something the Snake doesn’t want you to know — you have authority in Christ to redefine and “name” things in harmony with Higher Design.

It’s a Sovereign King / Vice-Regent partnership. The Creator-human enterprise is back in play!

Listen to episode #138: What the Snake Doesn’t Want You to Know: You Have Authority to Name Things



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Go Deeper — You Have Authority to Name Things

“Out of the ground the Lord God formed every beast of the field and every bird of the sky, and brought them to the man to see what he would call them; and whatever the man called a living creature, that was its name.”

Genesis 2:19

Do you see the partnership here?

God creates. And then Adam perceived the design and nature of the animals and birds. Adam added perceptiondefinition and activation.

“Whatever the man called a living creature, that was its name.” Adam named according to THE DESIGN. And God recognized it. He endorsed it with His seal.

This is about more than naming the animals and birds. It’s an archetype. A precedent.

It’s about our capacity in Christ to see into everything God has created and to NAME IT in harmony with the HIGHER DESIGN.

NAMING proves lordship over something. Not the ultimate Lord … but a vice-lord exercising dominion under the sovereignty of the Creator.

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You Have Authority to Name Things (Article on Jesus Smart)

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