Will You Walk In Supernatural Favor?

Walking in Supernatural Favor by Kynan Bridges

Different from the World

All of my life, I was told that I was different from everyone around me. I spoke differently, walked differently, and even thought differently from those in my environment. This became even more evident when I became born again in the early 1990s.

Throughout my Christian journey, I discovered what set me apart from my peers—the favor of God.

In my studies of Abraham, the great father of our faith, I came across an ancient biblical secret to living in a dimension of the tangible goodness of God every day of our lives. I found the answers to what set Abraham apart from the people of his day, what caused Abraham to walk in spiritual, physical, and emotional prosperity his entire life, and I discovered that it is possible for Christians today to live in that same abundance.

How are Christians to move in these trying economic times?

I believe that the Word of God promises every born-again believer the same favor that was on Abraham!

A Blessing by Faith

In the book of Galatians, the Bible tells us that the blessing of Abraham has come on the Gentiles by faith. What does this mean? Well, before we can answer that question, we must first learn more about Abraham.

Abraham is the father of our faith. He is the father of the Jewish people. In Genesis 12:1, God called Abram (later renamed Abraham) and his family out of his country and away from his kinsmen, and told him to go to a land that He (God) would show him. Can you imagine how frightening something like this must have been? Can you imagine leaving all that you know and are familiar with behind? Well, that is exactly what God told Abraham to do, and this required a ridiculous amount of faith to accomplish. In fact, God made a promise with Abraham in the next two verses; Genesis 12:2-3 says:

“And I will make of thee a great nation, and I will bless thee, and make thy name great; and thou shalt be a blessing: And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.”

God actually told Abraham that He would not only bless him, but in him would all the families of the earth be blessed. This is pretty amazing! The first thing that God did after He called Abraham out of his country was make a promise to him. God never breaks His promise!

A Blessed Child of God

When God spoke this promise to Abraham, there was something that immediately transferred to him in the spiritual realm. Abraham became a blessed man! The Hebrew word for blessed is the word “barak” (Strong’s, H1288). This word literally means to bless or to cause to kneel. This blessing on Abraham’s life would cause situations, circumstances, finances, people, and even nations to kneel before him. He was magnetized with the supernatural favor of God.

In fact, Genesis 13:2 says that Abram was very rich in cattle, in silver, and in gold.  Why was Abraham experiencing this newfound material success? It was the power of the blessing that God spoke over his life.  You and I can walk in this same blessing when we learn to be intimate with God and believe His Word.  Intimacy is the key to favor.  Not get-rich-quick schemes, or the twisting of scripture, but a sincere love for God and a willingness to obey the spiritual laws that He has established.  It is time for you to walk in God’s supernatural favor.

Editor’s Note: Pastor Kynan Bridges is the author of Possessing Your Healing available here: Possessing Your Healing and the soon to be released Supernatural Favor available for pre-order here: Supernatural Favor.

Pastor Kynan Bridges About Pastor Kynan Bridges

Pastor Kynan T. Bridges through his profound revelation of the Word of God and dynamic teaching ministry has revolutionized the lives of many in the body of Christ. Through his practical approach to applying the deep biblical truths of the Word of God, Pastor Kynan reveals the authority and identity of the New Covenant believer. He is the Senior Pastor of Grace & Peace Global Fellowship in Tampa, Florida where he lives with his wife Gloria, and their three children. For more information visit: www.KynanBridges.com