At the moment of faith in Christ, we immediately have access to God through prayer (ROM 5:2; EPH 2:18; EPH 3:12). We have access to the Father through prayer when we are in fellowship with Him through the Filling of the Spirit. The Filling of the Holy Spirit occurs when we rebound, naming and citing our sins to Him. If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness (1JO 1:9). God the Father will not hear our prayers outside of if we have not rebounded and filled with the Spirit (EPH 5:18). The Lord Jesus Christ made this access to the Father possible with His saving work on the Cross (HEB 4:16; HEB 10:19-20).
2. TheBaptism of the Holy Spirit.
At the moment we believe in Jesus Christ, the omnipotence of God the Holy Spirit enters us into an eternal union with the Lord Jesus Christ. The Church-age believer is identified with the Lord Jesus Christ in His death, burial, and resurrection. The Baptism of the Spirit is one of the many guarantees of our eternal security (1CO 12:13; GAL 3:26-28; EPH 4:5).
3. The Unique Availability of Divine Power.
At the moment of salvation every Church-age believer is given the 100% availability of divine power. This power is for the execution of the Pre-designed Plan of God for the Church-age, and glorifying God in the angelic conflict. The believer has three categories of divine power available:
1. The omnipotence of God the Father as related to our portfolio of invisible assets.
2. The omnipotence of God the Son as related to the preservation and perpetuation of human history.
3. The omnipotence of God the Holy Spirit as related to the execution of the Pre-designed Plan of God for the Church-age.
While this Divine Power is available to all believers, only consistent perception, metabolization, and application of Bible doctrine make it usable (EPH 6:10; ACT 1:8).
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