What Does It Mean to Live ‘the God Kind of Life’?

by | May 18, 2021 | Health & Healing

Zoe life” refers to “the God kind of life.” But what exactly does that mean?

Ever notice how Jesus doesn’t say, “I came so you could go to heaven”? He says, “I came that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly” (John 10:10b). “Life” in Greek is zoe. Zoe life is an overwhelming awareness of God’s divine nature in us—and that zoe life will naturally overflow in our daily lives.

You can’t give away something that you don’t possess. Neither can you give away something you don’t realize you possess.

Here’s where we start to panic. After all, if I’m supposed to do something, especially something outside of my comfort zone, I can come up with many excuses why I won’t be able to do that.

When Jesus saves us, He also saves us from excuses. Colossians 2:9-10 (NLT) says, “For in Christ lives all the fullness of God in a human body. So you also are complete through your union with Christ, who is the head over every ruler and authority.”

Nothing missing, nothing broken. We’re not waiting on God to give us something—He already has. We walk in divine health. We don’t bounce from crisis to crisis, or miracle to miracle, just to see us through. It emanates from us out of our relationship and union with Christ.

Find out how to live the zoe life with Chad Gonzales in this episode of Health & Hope with Drs. Mark and Michele Sherwood on the Charisma Podcast Network.

In this episode you will discover:

— Healings should be normal and easy.

— “Joe Blow Believer” … What?

— We live out of our fellowship, not our formula.

— Jesus came to change our position.

— There’s no Plan B with Jesus.

Meet Chad Gonzales
Chad Gonzales is on a mission to get the focus back on Jesus. Jesus saves. Jesus heals. Let Jesus work through you! Christianity is not about rules; it’s not a religion; it’s an experience with Jesus Himself. Jesus said that whoever believes in Him would do the same works and greater works because of salvation. We want the everyday believer to not only experience God on a daily basis for themselves but also help others experience God as well. The supernatural is natural, and miracles are normal for the people united with Christ. Connect with Chad chadgonzales.com for more information and “miracle moments”—testimonies from the actual people who have been healed.

Medicine is the mercy of God; divine health is the grace of God.{eoa}

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