Right Hand vs. Left Hand

Ephesians 1:20 Which he wrought in Christ, when he raised him from the dead and set him at his own right hand in the heavenly places.

This verse is referring to God’s power. It is far more than you or I could conjure in our daily lives, without getting God involved. He gave us the ability to pray for miracles but He holds the purse strings on that power. For good reason. I’d probably be like those State Farm Insurance people and create a sandwich or a new car when I needed them.

God uses it on a per-need basis. Like when Jesus needed to walk on water, or heal the blind or cast out evil spirits. It was right there for him. This is the same power that created the heavens and earth, humans and raised Jesus Christ from the dead.

1 Corinthians 6:14; And God hath both raised up the Lord, and will also raise up us by his own power.

When you think about a need consider this…

God uses the same power for you, that He did for Moses, Jesus Christ and Paul. The only ingredient you need to bring to that equation is your belief that God is able and willing to take care of them.

When God raised Jesus up he set him at His own right hand in heavenly places. Do you know why?

To show-off to the Devil?


The Devil was defeated!

Jesus Christ took Lucifer’s spot at God’s right hand. In the orient the right hand is a  special place. They call it the “right hand of blessing”. Jesus sits there in heaven to intercede for his brothers and sisters here on earth. The left hand is for the unsavory tasks, in the commode and other things. The right hand is for blessing people. It’s a figure of speech for being really important stuff.

We are raised together with Jesus and seated in the heavenly places too!

Isn’t that exciting?

I think so too.

Today join me as I go out and believe God for all kinds of miracles!


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