The Voice of the Lord is Powerful. This is the second voice we hear. It is the Voice of God that the writer of Hebrews must have known. He wrote: "For the Word that God SPEAKS is full of POWER — making it active, operative, energizing and effective; it is sharper than any twoedged sword, penetrating to the dividing line of the breath of life [soul] and [the immortal] spirit, and of joints and marrow [that is the deepest parts of our nature] exposing and sifting and analyzing and judging their very thoughts and purposes of the heart" (Heb. 4:12, Amplified). This is the voice that baptizes in the Anointing Power of His Holy Spirit. This is the voice that gives one the power to overcome the things of the flesh. It is Living, and it is Powerful. It opens ears to spiritual understanding. It enables one to gaze upon the unseen and see marvelous mysteries. It instills discernment where it was lacking. Light begins to shine where darkness had reigned. Thoughts and intents of the heart are exposed when this voice is heard.
Oftentimes people rely upon the wit and wisdom of men to distinguish the Holy from the profane. From this premise they will exercise the power of the law to maintain their religious orders. It is also common for people to quote scriptures and apply their doctrines in the face of their enemies, hoping to gain victory, but it is usually without much effect. The fact is, regardless of the seemingly good doctrinal tactics used, if the Voice of Power has not been heard — there is no power. Doctrine alone has no power over the flesh. It can never annul the law of sin and death. In the same manner that Satan cannot cast out Satan, neither can Adam cast out Adam. He does not war against himself. He will do whatever is possible to maintain his lordship, and he will stand firm until the Powerful Voice of Christ is heard.
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