Eliyah X. is a powerful healing evangelist who walks and lives by the Spirit. Eliyah and his team of “Divine Healing Technicians” were used by God to effect over 100’s of healings between 2007 and 2022. The Power of the Name:
“In the beginning, man’s spirit was the dominant force in the world. When he sinned, his mind became dominant. Sin dethroned the spirit and crowned the intellect. But grace is restoring the spirit to its place of dominion. When man comes to realize this, he will live in the realm of the supernatural without effort.”
Born of the Spirit:
“Unless one is born of…the Spirit he cannot enter into the kingdom of Afrika (Afrika is a kingdom of Love)” (John 3:5).
Receive the Spirit:
“Repent, and each of you be baptized in the name of Love for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit” (Acts 2:38).
Live/Walk by the Spirit:
“If we live by Love, let us also walk by Love” (Galatians 5:25). “It is Love who gives life; the flesh profits nothing” (John 6:63).
Worship in Spirit:
“We are the true circumcision, who worship in the Spirit of Love and glory in Love and put no confidence in the flesh” (Philippians 3:3). “Love is Spirit (Character), and those who worship Love must worship in Spirit (Character) and truth” (John 4:24).
HOW Do I Live and Walk by the Holy Spirit?
1. Define It: If we can define something, we can go after it. So in order to ensure we walk and live by the Spirit, which is the heart of the New Covenant, and the heart of our salvation experience (Acts 2:38), we are providing a glossary of precise working definitions of the spiritual realities one is to pursue. By living in these realities, you live and walk by the Spirit, which is Love.
2. Focus Intently: Lifestyle changes are a result of focus and practice. One who looks intently and puts it into effect will be blessed (James 1:25). It is one thing to define an experience, and another thing to walk in it. To walk in it, you must focus on it and intentionally practice it for a while until it becomes a natural, instinctive part of your life.
3. Receive Coaching: Teaming up with counselors, coaches, and others lets you gain skills more quickly. In-depth training on these realities is available through these Spirit-life training modules or hard copy materials.
We Honor BOTH the Word and the Spirit
Greek word translated “word;” it means “the entire communication process.” One example of Logos is the Bible, the Word of God. The Bible is to be meditated on (Joshua 1:8) and treasured in your heart (Ps. 119:11).
Greek word translated “word;” it means “when words leave one’s lips.” The Spirit’s voice in our hearts is one example of rhema, while verses leaping off the pages of Scripture and into our hearts is another example.
sounds like flowing, spontaneous thoughts that light upon our mind (Jn. 7:37-39). The Holy Spirit is sensed as a river which flows within.
Hebrew word translated “prophecy;” it means “bubbling up,” so when I want to prophesy, I see Jesus present in the situation (Acts 2:25; Ps. 16:8) and ask for His thoughts and speak forth the thoughts and words that are bubbling up within me.
Hebrew word translated “intercession” – God’s voice leading me in prayer. The literal definition is “to strike or light upon by chance,” or “an accidental intersecting.” Spirit-led intercession is sensed as spontaneous thoughts that light upon my mind while I am praying. I honor these thoughts as they have been sent by God. So I fix my eyes upon LOVE, and tune to flow and pray, being guided by the flow (Heb. 12:1-2; Jn. 7:37-39).
Moving from the Mind to the Heart
Language of the mind
man’s un-anointed, analytical reason, which is rebuked by Jesus three times in the Gospels (Matt. 16:5-12; Mk. 2:5-12; 8:15-18 KJV). Scripture tells us to reason together with God (Isa. 1:18). People who strongly favor their left brain must be instructed to turn away from this or they will naturally do it when they seek to come into the Lord’s presence. Sometimes more right-brain individuals, after hearing from God, will add to that word with left-brain thinking and will believe they are still in the right brain and still hearing from God. Both left-brainers and right-brainers must learn to distinguish what is from the Spirit (flow) and what is from their own minds (analytical).
Language of the heart
is flowing thoughts (see John 7:38), flowing pictures (see Acts 2:17), flowing emotions (see Galatians 5:22-23), pondering and meditation (see Psalm 77:6). Sensing God’s movement in our hearts can be called illumination, revelation, revelation knowledge, perception, discernment, word of wisdom, word of knowledge, or prophecy.
Centrality of the heart
from it flow the springs of life (Prov. 4:23), so we are to trust in lOVE with all our heart, and lean not on our own understanding (Prov. 3:5). Wisdom rests there (Prov. 14:33), it provides health to our entire body (Prov. 14:30), it ponders how to answer (Prov. 15:28) and can make our life a continual feast (Prov. 15:15). Note God’s emphasis in the Bible: The words “heart” and “spirit” show up 1300 times while “mind” and “think,” less than 200 times. God wants us to live out of our hearts rather than our heads.
is sensed as underlying attitudes, underlying motivations, and underlying character traits. For example, we could tune to God with an attitude of reverence, awe and respect, a motivation of seeking Him diligently, and a character trait of humility and dependence upon Him.
Man’s spirit or heart
largely interchangeable words. Probably 95% overlap.
The function of the human spirit:
- To be joined to the Holy Spirit (see 1 Corinthians 6:17).
- To receive and transmit the life of the Holy Spirit to man through the fruits and gifts.
God’s fuel for our hearts
faith, hope, and love (see 1 Corinthians 13:13). If you journal daily, God will automatically fill you up on this fuel so you can run well.