The Holy Spirit moves through us in many ways including what I call the “Bypass” anointing. There are times in our day-to-day circumstances when we will assume the Holy Spirit is hindered from moving through us because of our flesh. For instance, we may be upset and haven’t had time to shake the dust off our feet, or our bodies are weak or in pain.  

For example, Smith Wigglesworth arrived home very tired after a long hard day at work when he received a request for prayer. He obeyed the call to go and pray for that person. He stepped forth and the person was healed. God moves despite us. What matters is for us to always remain available to Him. It is He who is able.  

When opportunities come our way to minister to others, we must rely on the Holy Spirit. We trust the Lord as we step forth in obedience and rely on the Bypass anointing. It’s in those times that the Lord bypasses who we are, to be who He is; bypasses what we cannot do, to do what only He can do; bypasses the natural, to release the supernatural. We walk by faith, from glory to glory!  

2 Corinthians 12:9 “And He said to me, ‘My grace is sufficient for you, for My strength is made perfect in weakness.’ Therefore most gladly I will rather boast in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.”

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