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Rabbi Schneider — The Secret of Receiving


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God bless you and Shalom, beloved ones. My name's Rabbi Schneider. Welcome today to this edition of Discovering the Jewish Jesus. I'm excited today because I just feel breakthrough in my spirit as we begin this series that I'm calling Mysteries of the Kingdom of God.

What is a mystery? A mystery is something that has been previously concealed. But by the Spirit of God, that which has been concealed and secret becomes revealed.

Today we're gonna be begin by focusing on the mystery, beloved ones, of receiving; because breakthrough begins with the capacity and the ability to receive. I'm gonna build now foundation upon foundation to impart to you by the grace of God the anointing of Jesus for breakthrough in your life.

I speak an anointing of breakthrough over you individually, to break into the next dimension of eternal life, to the next dimension of the spirit, to the next dimension of revelation.

But this all begins with the capacity and the art of receiving. When I say an art, the reason I say art is because, beloved ones, knowing how to receiving from God, it has to do with sensing where the spirit is. And this takes a real sensitivity.

That's why I'm calling it an art. Receiving in some sense is an art because we have to be able to sense the Holy Spirit in order to receive from the Holy Spirit.

In other words, people that are not sensitive to the things of God, people that are not sensitive to the Spirit of God miss a lot in being able to receive and partake of the Spirit of God. But let's just take a step back for a second from all that and let's just begin to even go more foundational and get more practical into this element of simply knowing that it all begins with receiving.

Do you know the Bible says to as many as received him, speaking of Jesus, to as many as received him, to them he gave the right to become the children of God. It begins with receiving.
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