Honour, Dishonour & The Supernatural | INFEMI Sermon By Bishop Mulumbi

Honour, Dishonour & The Supernatural: Sermon By Bishop Mulumbi

Jesus went away from there and came to His [own] country and hometown [Nazareth], and His disciples followed [with] Him. 

And on the Sabbath He began to teach in the synagogue; and many who listened to Him were utterly astonished, saying, Where did this Man acquire all this? What is the wisdom [the broad and full intelligence which has been] given to Him? What mighty works and exhibitions of power are wrought by His hands! Is not this the Carpenter, the son of Mary and the brother of James and Joses and Judas and Simon? And are not His sisters here among us? And they took offense at Him and were hurt [that is, they disapproved of Him, and it hindered them from acknowledging His authority] and they were caused to stumble and fall.

But Jesus said to them, A prophet is not without honor (deference, reverence) except in his [own] country and among [his] relatives and in his [own] house. And He was not able to do even one work of power there, except that He laid His hands on a few sickly people [and] cured them. And He marveled because of their unbelief (their lack of faith in Him). And He went about among the surrounding villages and continued teaching.

Mark 6:1-6 (AMPC)

Honour, dishonour and the supernatural are related. 

There can be a demonstration of the supernatural yet there’s a lack of impartation of the supernatural.

We wonder sometimes why we don’t experience the impartation of the supernatural dimensions. It’s because this generation and the generation preceding us didn’t understand the power of honour and the destruction of dishonour.

Honour has power while dishonour brings destruction. 

Jesus experienced dishonour among His people. Because of that, He could not do many supernatural works among them.

When you identify what a man carries, you are able to draw out of Him. 

Dishonour made what was inside of Jesus not be able to flow out. 

God gives every nation a specific mantle for a specific purpose.

When God releases a mantle, He does not call it back. Mantles and the anointing cannot be created or destroyed, they can only be passed over. 

God can’t release new mantles until the ones He has released have fulfilled their purpose.

Kenya has the mantle of the apostolic.

Mantles can be lost when you do not know how to honour the man carrying the mantle. 

Men sin, mantles don’t. Men have weaknesses, mantles don’t. 

Mantles are lost because of dishonour.

As a country, we lost the mantles of our fathers because we dealt with them in dishonour. 

When you deal with your father according to his weakness, you catch the spirit of dishonour. 

The weaknesses you despise in your father will catch up with you. The weaknesses of a father are meant to be a platform for the sons to achieve wisdom not to go the way their father went.

You can’t receive a mantle unless you have honour.

If you have honour, you are able to tap into the supernatural. The supernatural runs away from a people with dishonour.

The supernatural does not work where there is dishonour. 

When the anointing becomes too familiar to you, it cannot work a miracle for you.

You can only catch what you honour.

Mantles carry dominion and authority and they release the supernatural. 

You do not look at men through the lenses of their failures or their weaknesses but through what they carry in Christ.

When mantles are released, they come upon people.

A mantle is what converts a mystery/ revelation into manifestation.

You serve mantles and anointing according to the level of your grace. 

There are levels of the supernatural that fall in your life according to the level of how you take care of the men of God carrying mantles.

Mantles can give you what money can’t buy.

God creates mantles for you according to the level of your circumstances. 

Where there is honour, you take care and you protect what you have access to.

When you take care of people in their trouble, God will not allow you to go through the same trouble.

When you do not have mercy towards people, God will teach you mercy. How you treat people determines what will happen to you tomorrow. How you treat your father, will determine what happens to your destiny. 

Mantles of dominion speak a word and establish it. 

The supernatural changes your circumstances. It gives you a platform to tap into the supernatural. 

What you lost in dishonour, you can get back through honour. 

Where there is dishonour, faith dies. Where the is honour, faith is triggered.

The church is made to display the power, glory and the works of God.

Every Jesus moment is a moment where there is a display of the supernatural.

In every church there are two type of people as shown by the Philippian and Corinthian church. The Corinthian church is the church Apostle Paul took to task – he preached everything about the supernatural to them but when it came to his need, they didn’t supply; it was the brothers in Macedonia who supplied. On the other hand, the Philippian church supplied to Paul during his missions; they loved Paul, not just his ministry.

Honour makes you move from just desiring the ministry of the man but also the man. Those that partner with the man of God partner with the purpose of God and they partner with God.

One way to honour the mantle is to honour the man carrying the mantle. Those that take care of the man, take care of the purpose of God.

The anointing you honour is the only anointing that can change your circumstances.

Giving (beyond your tithes and offerings) is one way of killing the flesh. If giving becomes your lifestyle, you can overcome the flesh.

The greatest thing a man can do is to invest in the kingdom of God.

The moment you start owning what God has only given you access to, you chase God away from it. 

Where your thoughts go, your heart follows.

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