You don’t make anything happens, it is the presence of God that make things happen. When you access the presence of God, you have entered into a world of unlimited possibilities, “with men, this is impossible, but with God, all things are possible.” Mat.9:26. The presence of God equals supernatural manifestations. Anything a man does outside the presence of God will lead to ordinary toiling and frustration becomes the order of the day. “I am the vine, ye are he branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit; for without me ye can do nothing.” Jn.15:5. Without God, you can do nothing.
How do Access the Presence of God
You access the presence by entering into the word of God. No entrance, no God’s presence! This seams unfair but this is what the scripture says. This why you must buy into the idea of obeying the commandments of praise, prayer and fasting. Praise engenders the release of divine intervention into the affairs of men. Take Paul and Silas as a case study, “And at midnight Paul and Silas prayed and sang praises unto God; and the prisoners heard them. And suddenly there was a great earthquake, so that the foundations of the prison were shaken: and immediately all the doors were opened, and every one’s band were loosed.” Acts.16:25. You see, Paul and Silas didn’t had to wait for something spectacular to happen but they had to enter into the commandments of praise and prayer and the result was the unleashed of God’s presence. When you wait, you wait till eternal! Until you enter into the commands, don’t expect God’s presence to manifest and if you are wise enough, you will make obedience your lifestyle starting from this moment. Live ready, it might be too late to get ready, accident doesn’t announce to anyone when it is coming. It happens that, you can’t access God presence and be poor, sicked, frustrated, failed, stagnated, brokendown, oppressed, shamed, reproached and begged. However, the only way to access God’s presence is by putting the commands of God to work as a lifestyle. James. 1:22-25