Dr Sue Curran discusses the necessity of having an intimate relationship with God. God’s purpose is to have a companionship with us and wants us to diligently seek after him. When we do not have a close relationship with God, we have very little impact because we have failed to pursue him. But, if we seek God, he will empower us with love and spiritual gifts. Sue discusses how we can become closer to God through commitment, prayer, and worship.
Bible Verses: Matthew 7, 1 Corinthians 1:9, John 14:21-23, Psalms 63:1-8, Ephesians 3:20, Daniel 11:32
Dr Sue Curran discusses the need for us to always have a relationship with Jesus Christ. There are two things that cause us to move away from God: covetousness and pride.When we give in to these things, we cannot have a relationship with Jesus. We can have all the material things we desire, but are poor without the richness of God.
Bible Verses: Isaiah 40, John 15:5, 2 Corinthians 1:8, 2 Corinthians 2:14-17, Luke 12:13-21, Matthew 7:22-23
Dr Sue Curran discusses how to live a life of revival. Through the book of Acts, she demonstrated how a church can continue to walk in the supernatural world by being edified, walking in the fear of the Lord, and walking in the comfort of the Holy Spirit.
Bible Verses: Acts 9:31, Hebrews 13:15-16, Revelation 4:5, Isaiah 11:1-2, John 14:15-18, Romans 8:26, John 16:13-15
Dr. Sue Curran discusses the need for continuous movement and revelation in our walk with the Lord. For us to have sustained movement with the Lord, the Holy Spirit must continuously work within us to overcome the works of the devil and weariness of the flesh. This work calls for us to have a greater faith. To get to this point, we have to be continuously transformed or we become stagnant without any growth. God is pushing us to experience a new level of faith now because faith is the substance from which miracles are made. Therefore, though our healing is finished, our faith is not and our healing cannot manifest. Sue discusses what we need to do to get to the faith we need now.
Bible Verses: Exodus 40:36-38, Proverbs 4:18, Jeremiah 48:11, Romans 10:16-17, Mark 11:23, Hebrews 11:1, 1 Corinthians 2:12-14, John 11, Revelation 13:8, Isaiah 46:10, Isaiah 53, 1 Peter 2:23, Acts 19:9, Colossians 3:1-2
Dr Sue Curran reviews barriers to healing. She reveals through the biblical examples of the disciples Paul, Peter, and John that healings are given through complete faith and declaration. She also reveals through Naaman that you have to set aside your ego to be healed. Sue finally discusses three things that we must do to be able to heal: speak to the mountain, repent and make things right in your love walk, and walk in forgiveness.
Bible Verses: John 10:10, Mark 11:23, Acts 3:5-6, Acts 9:39-40, 2 Kings 5:9-12, John 14:12-15, Mark 11:25-26
Dr Sue Curran discusses the kind of faith we need in the now. People living fully in the natural world are depressed and anxious about their present and future, but God’s scripture says do not conform to this world. When we walk with faith in him, we have peace in all situations. However, it is God’s intention for us to have a faith that all things are possible in the now.This kind of faith requires more revelation and purity and must be deeper and stronger than ever before. Sue reviews what we have to do to get to this level.
Bible verses: Isaiah 60:20, Romans 4:20, Hebrews 11:1, 2 Corinthians 5:7, Romans 8:19, Hebrews 11:6, Mark 11:23
Dr. Sue Curran reveals, through several examples, how the barriers to becoming God’s glorious church lie in the limitations of the people, the limited ability of people to use God’s gifts, and the order of priorities within the church. God’s idea of his church is beyond our imagination and Sue reveals how some communities have set limitations on their ability to access God’s gifts because they are not able to fully believe into it. Sue also discusses personal limitations individuals set upon themselves, that stunt their spiritual growth, due to past hurts, prejudices, and low confidence in spiritual standing with God. Sue finally reveals the work that needs to be done in all of these areas to fulfill our destiny as God’s glorious church.
Luke 7:39; 1 Corinthians 14:1; Galatians 5:6; Revelation 19:7-8; Isaiah 46:10
Dr. Sue Curran reviews the different types of spiritual gifts that God can bestow on those called to minister in his glory. Ingredients, such as the spirit of revelation and pursuit of love, combine within each of us, through the work of God, and create a ripe environment for these spiritual impartations. Sue illustrates what we must do to maintain and develop these gifts and how they can wane when we concede to worldly influences. Finally, she reveals how to preserve our impartations through continuous communication with God, obedience to God, and humility.