Speaker ‘Brian Wills’

Think The Way God Thinks

Saturday February 12, 2022
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1 John 5:4 For whatever is born of God overcomes the world. And this is the victory that has overcome the world— our faith. We are not to be troubled, because we are part of an unshakable kingdom.  We were born to take faith and shake the world. Our faith overcomes the world. We are not to be conformed to this world or its way of thinking, but to be transformed by the renewing of our minds by the Word (Romans 12:2).  We are to think the way God thinks. A tribe of long-living people believes that the older you get, the better you get. God is taking us to a higher place, if we can reset our default setting to a transformed mind. Declare: My faith is in the Word. God will provide all my needs.

Deuteronomy 8:18 tells us that it is He who give us the power to get wealth. Mark 6:35-44 tells about Jesus feeding the five thousand. He wants to involve all His disciples in His miracles. Mark 6:45-52 says that His disciples did not understand about the loaves, because their hearts were hardened. They forgot they had faith and authority in the storm. God wants us to participate in miracles and the supernatural. He has also given us the keys to the kingdom that He expects us to use: binding and loosing on earth and heaven. He created man to have dominion over the whole earth and every living thing. The new man named Jesus, has the name above every other name. He has given us all authority over every work of the enemy. He made us to rule and reign. [He gave an altar call for those who feel like they are dragging their feet to do what God has told them to do; to those who feel like something is holding them back; and to those who want more, but they do not know how to get there.]

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Sunday June 28, 2020
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Pastor Brian  Wills wants to encourage you to align yourself with the call of God. Surrender to the the Lord and obedience is what changed Pastor Brian’s life. There are some changes. Don’t go back to the way things used to be. Pastor Brian read out of Eziekel 7:26, Haggai 2:6-7, and Haggai 1:3-5. It’s time for the church to rise up. Mark 4:35-39,Mark 6:53-56, and Acts 27 was read from. Rebuke the entity, when there is chaos in the natural the enemy tries to distract. We are not called to repeat what the media says. Hebrews 4: 1-2, as we hear the the Word of the the Lord let’s mix it with faith.

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Armada 2019 – Wednesday session 3

Wednesday June 19, 2019

Pastor Brian Wills reference Isaiah 19.  1 Corinthians 12 and John 17. The Harvest, the Holy Ghost and the gift of faith is what was talked about. This generation has the ability to fulfill the great commission. It is time to pray, it’s time to get back our intimacy and personal relationship with God and to  hear His voice and obey. Say what He wants you to say and do what He tells you to do. It is time to stretch your faith. Stretch and expand. A gift of faith is an open door to God’s power. Come to a place to where you are sensitive to God’s Holy Spirit. Prayer, faith, and anointing brings change.

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From Being to Doing: The Great Commission

Sunday January 22, 2017
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[A word was given: Jesus, part of the “Us” in Genesis, came that we might know the love of the Father. He is worthy of all praise. He is our only salvation. Will you trust in Him?] Pastor Sydney: If dealing with a life-threatening issue, there is encouragement and warning in Luke 21:34-38. Being drunk, hung-over, or worrying will harden your heart and will dull your senses. Worry is just as bad as being drunk or hung-over. Our hearts should not be weighed down in fear and worry. Repent of it. Talk His will and His answer. Cast all your care on Him. Fear stops progress. Pastor told of someone who came to visit a neighbor for a gathering. She drove her van too close to the pond, and the car’s wheel went into the pond. The homeowner tried to pull the van out with a tractor, but it wouldn’t budge. The woman asked if it would help to take off the brakes. Fear is like having the brakes on; it stops the progress. Brian Wills: Mark 16:17, 18; Acts 5:12, 15-16. Consecration and surrender can bring about a movement, a transition of power on the church. The church is going from being to doing. John 14:12 tells about the works that we will do. In 2009 Jesus appeared to Bob Weiner, who started Maranatha. He said that the Spirit is going to move, that the USA is the only nation founded because people were looking for a place for freedom to worship God. For forty-fifty years, the enemy has been sowing seeds, but God is going to expose and uproot the evil. This means greater responsibility. Signs are supposed to follow those who believe. Believers are to lay hands on the sick for them to be healed. Acts 5:12 says that signs and wonders were done among the people through the hands of the apostles, the sent ones. We are sent ones. They literally dragged in the sick, and they were all healed through the hands of ordinary believers. God created us to do supernatural things. We are carriers of His presence and glory in the earth. We have something that the world needs. We are to be world-changers, world-shakers. We have this treasure (the wealth of heaven) in earthen vessels (our bodies). Jesus said there will be a generation that will look like Him. If you abide in Christ, then you should act like Jesus (1 John 2:4). Are we preaching the gospel and laying hands on the sick? George Pearson prophetically said, “I want My Church back. I want the book of Acts Church, a glorious Church. There will be churches having healing school everyday. Word of Faith churches will be healing churches. Believers shall do the works.” We are all ambassadors. We represent Jesus. Ambassadors are not subject to the law of the land they are in. We are immune (John G. Lake). We are not under the law of sin and death (Romans 8). Keep your soul in communion with Christ Jesus. The laws of your home country apply to you as an ambassador. We need to live from the inside out. We are containers of the life of God. How do we go from being to doing? 1) Begin to go to Luke 4. The Spirit of the Lord is upon you. He has anointed you to preach the gospel, cast out demons, and to heal the sick. 2) Read and study Jesus’ healing Scriptures in the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Put yourself in Jesus’ shoes. See yourself doing the works of Jesus. For a long time Brian prayed for the sick to be healed, and they didn’t. Then he went to Mexico as a trainee under a super-healing evangelist. He laid hands on people until he got to someone in a wheelchair. He didn’t know what to do, and the evangelist told him to keep praying and releasing the power of God. You will never do until you see yourself doing it. The excellency is of God, not ourselves. Jesus did and said what He heard and saw the Father say and do. We become one with Him. There will be an anointing on small children. God has put a hunger in us. A worship leader in the Welsh revival prayed for a blind man, and he was healed. Then every blind person he prayed for was healed.

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Believe and Receive Healing

Saturday January 21, 2017
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[There was a tongue and interpretation given about the Holy Spirit in us.] Brian Wills: Salvation includes healing and wholeness. We can receive healing at any time, at any place. Isaiah 53:4-5 says that by Jesus’ stripes we are healed. Here are three things about healing: 1) God can. Jesus is the Healer. 2) God did. Isaiah 53 says He purchased our salvation. Healing is a promise and a purchase. Healing and salvation are one. We can receive what He already purchased for us. 3) God will heal, because He already did it. It is harder to conquer something you have (sickness and disease) than to receive something you already have (healing). Receive your healing. Brian told of a man who was to minister healing when he did not believe in Jesus as Healer. He ministered to a woman without legs, and the next day she came in walking on legs. God said that in His mind, He saw her with legs. Someone on earth was needed to make a declaration about it. Luke 13:10 is about the woman who was loosed from an eighteen year infirmity. She was a covenant woman. When Jesus ministered, most people were healed or saw miracles, rather than receiving a recovery. Brian told of a Penn State young man who had a metal rod in his leg as a result of being crushed in an accident. Brian ministered to him, and he ran out of the wheelchair. He had new bones and no metal when the doctors checked him out. When Brian was dying of cancer, people from his church drove hours to see him, gasped upon seeing him, and turned around and went home. BUT GOD! We believe in what God is able to do. Brian made a promise of consecration to God to do whatever He wanted him to do, if He would get him healed and out of the hospital. God told him that his healing would manifest as he did the steps God told him to do. He realized that the Holy Spirit is a real person. He is our helper. We can call on Him, and He is there to lead us out of sickness into health. He carries out the Word of God. Kenneth Hagin read Mark 11:23 when he had an incurable blood disease and believed and acted on the truth that he was healed by the stripes of Jesus Christ. God does what you cannot do. He lives inside of you and comes upon you to change you. Receive your healing through the Word and the Holy Spirit. Characteristics of healing are: 1) a seed (truth), 2) a revelation (He will show you something.), and 3) action. Faith is an action. When Brian was dying, one of the steps God told him to take was a victory lap. He walked around the “death” floor of the hospital with his hands raised, praising God, and speaking the Word. The nurses and psychiatrists thought he was crazy. The enemy (Satan) tries to make you feel inadequate, but healing is based on Jesus, not you. Take yourself out of the way.

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Spiritual Authority

Friday January 20, 2017
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Pastor Syd shared a prophetic word from Kim Clement from 2007 about the U. S. government, followed by prayer for President Trump. Teaching: P. C. Nelson’s leg was run over by a car. A pentecostal believer prayed for his leg, and it was instantly healed and whole. He became a healing preacher. Healing is an essential thing to know. We have God’s Word on it. Mark 11:23-24 tells us that faith and the words we say in faith can move mountains. Most people miss it in their speaking, rather than in their faith. We are stepping into creative miracles and a move of God. Whoever can have whatever. In Joshua 10:4-15 the Lord killed many of the enemy with large hailstones, and Joshua spoke to the Lord. In the sight of Israel he said that the sun and the moon were to stand still so they could fight longer. What did he need to have in order to speak to the sun and moon? Or what about Elijah telling Ahab it was not going to rain until he said so in 1 Kings 17? It was spiritual authority. There is a revelation of spiritual authority that is greater than what we are walking in. Some people were mocking William Branham and tried to set him up by having him minister to a man who pretended to be blind. Branham asked if he truly was blind, and the man said “yes,” and he became blind on the spot. Spiritual authority means knowing the power of words. Speech and the immune system are connected. Jesus spoke with great authority. He wants us to walk in that same kind of authority over the work of the enemy. We are the army of the Lord. Jesus gave us authority over all the power of the enemy, and nothing shall by any means hurt us (Luke 10:19-20). Satan is stripped of his authority, and Jesus has triumphed over sickness, depression, cancer, and pain. He has given us authority over our bodies. We live in the world but are not of it. We are to rule and reign over circumstances and sicknesses. Start ruling and reigning. When Brian was diagnosed with terminal cancer, he went to the top hospital, where his parents were told there was no cure. A tumor grew to the size of a basketball in seventy-two hours, his organs were shutting down, and he had tumors throughout his body. When the doctors saw the x-rays, they said nothing, left the room, and told his parents there was nothing to be done for him, and that he would be dead in three days. He had seen God’s healing power in services before, so his faith was built up. His parents did not tell Brian the doctors’ report but only spoke the Word over him and had him repeat it aloud, over and over. He needed to know his authority. Faith is found in the heart and mouth. The heart needs the mouth’s cooperation. The heart says to the mouth, “Don’t deceive me. Don’t go against this agreement. Don’t disconnect.” James 1:25-26 says to not deceive your heart with your tongue. If you talk about spiritual authority, you need spiritual maturity. Brian told of missionaries in Mexico and how their words cost them. In healing, people often disconnect. We get a wrong mindset, back off of faith, and relinquish the healing. Brian’s father was diagnosed with cancer a few months before Brian’s diagnosis. He was healed, but years later, he started having problems with eating. He said, “That’s it,” and he died that night. We have authority. Our faith must be in both our hearts and our mouths. Brian’s parents did not allow TV or visitors in his room. They spoke the Word aloud. Brian told of a woman who confessed and declared the Word over her invalid daughter from birth. She said, “I call these crooked legs straight. She will run and be like other children.” After fourteen years, the daughter was miraculously healed. Disease is under your feet. Do not let your mouth deceive and disconnect from your heart. Do not be moved from the simplicity of the gospel, and watch who you follow. Declare the Word of the Lord. God’s methods get God’s results.

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Receiving Your Healing

Wednesday May 14, 2014
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We are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory. (2 Corinthians 3:18) The unseen realm is eternal and more real than the physical world. (2 Corinthians 4:16-18) Where there is no vision or revelation, the people perish. (Proverbs 29:18) We need to see things as God sees them. Light and revelation are the differences between the sick and the healed. To receive from God, you can’t be just waiting for God. He is waiting for us. Also, you can’t be thinking that it’s going to take a long time to be healed. God heals those who “have their motors running and are percolating and are like fizzy sodas”. In order to receive your healing, you must believe, conceive, and then receive. To conceive your healing, you must see yourself healed. Then you can receive the power of God. (1 Corinthians 2:5; Mark 11:20-24) Jesus had faith in the power of God to back up His Word. The power of God manifests the Word of God. Healing is from the same Jesus, power, and anointing that you received for salvation, being baptized in the Holy Spirit, and being delivered. You can have instant results if you have faith for instant results. Raise your level of expectation, because greater is the power of God.

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Re-Present Jesus: What Did Jesus Say About Himself?

Sunday May 11, 2014
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Jesus Say About Himself?” Jesus purchased our healing. There are five (5) common denominators between people like Kenneth Hagin, who received their healings. 1) They stood on the Word in their hearts. 2) The leading of the Holy Spirit led them out of sickness in steps. 3) They were obedient. 4) They acted on their faith. 5) They were persistent. Jesus is our example. What did He say about Himself? He said that through Him the blind see, the lame walk, the deaf hear, the dead are raised up, and the poor have the Gospel preached to them. Eighty-three percent of what He did was miracles. He told of his demonstrating Jesus to a witch doctor, who was healed and became born-again, a blind woman who was healed, and a woman who couldn’t feel her legs who was able to walk and feel again. Jesus did not get great results when the people were offended at Him, so He taught the people to increase their faith. (Mark 6:2-5) Go and tell what you see and hear. Brian shared his testimony of being told he would die of cancer and his fight of faith. In order to prosper on the outside, we need to prosper on the inside. (3 John 2) As we get older, we need to contend for the faith. One of the greatest tributes to Jesus is to not settle for less. What does “By His stripes you are healed” mean to you? You can walk in divine health, but not if you conform to this world’s thinking. (Romans 12:2) God’s Word is life, light, and medicine.

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