Have you ever wondered if you are good enough for God? Blake Healy, the director of Bethel Atlanta’s School of Supernatural Ministry, used to.
Growing up as a pastor’s and missionary’s kid, Healy says, “I would hear these testimonies from people who had been addicted to drugs, or in jail, these extreme testimonies where Jesus just met them there and their whole life was transformed,” he tells Dr. Steve Greene on a recent episode of “Greenelines” on the Charisma Podcast Network. “It may seem silly, but I had this feeling of inadequacy because my testimony is kind of boring.”
But the Holy Spirit spoke to Healy in a clear voice and said, “The measure of your testimony is not how far [away] you were on your journey back to Me. The measure of your testimony is the magnitude of the love I have for you.”
Known for his gift of seeing in the Spirit, Healy has been teaching at Bethel Atlanta for 10 years.
“The most painful, the most challenging thing that I see is just how much of God’s goodness is released on God’s people and how much of that goodness remains on the table, unclaimed or not picked up, because we don’t know or don’t believe that it’s intended for us,” Healy says.
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