Good morning, talking about possessing… Numbers 13:30 was given Monday about Caleb spying out the land. If you read it you will find the scripture. The question to ask is why did Caleb percieve that the mountin could be taken over when others with him were afraid? Yes because he had went out and scouted the land out. But Caleb was the only one who Identified with his true nature. He knew that the formulation of his fleshly body had came from the dust of the earth and all things being formed through the earth were to submit to man. This is all the word of God. Caleb knew God had given him dominion over the things in the earth. When You look back at Genesis 2:7 and read you find God saying,8 And the Lord God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed from the Ground.
9 And out of the ground made the Lord God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Here we line up the fact that God created the land and ground first and then created the flesh of man from it. This means again we identify with ourselves, not saying were nothing, but we understand why we are connected to nature and feel pain when rain is coming. When storms are brewing we understand why we have different feelings, and this is because we are all created from the elements of the earth.
Earth, air, water and fire are four elements combined to create man. Looking back at Genesis 1 we can see man being a spiritual being and chapter 2 the creation of his flesh. The dominating forces of nature call us to attune to the nature of our being and take control and dominion over what we’ve been given (Body) land.
It is true that we can possess land because we form from the land. When the understanding is resolved that land was given to man because man is formed out of land and what you are you can have, we will all take possession as Caleb did. May God illuminate your eyes and understanding to receive understanding to possess what belongs to you! In Jesus name!
Kim M. Warner