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Law Enforcement

Christians! are you aware that you are a sworn Law Enforcement officer commissioned by the most potent Authority in this world?

Jesus made all Christians the recipients of  His Last Will & Testimony.  The only way to Gods authority.  Jesus is the only way to God [John 14:6]; there is no other way; consequently, as born-again a Christian, you have been bequeathed the ultimate authority and power! God has bequeathed you through Jesus His Son death ALL authority & power over every circumstance, the situation on earth no matter how minor or who major it seems to be.

[Ephesians 1:20-22; Matthew 28:18-20; Matthew 11:27;
Philippians 2:9; Colossians 2:10].

Note Carefully: 

Throughout these scriptures, the word "ALL" is constantly used.


"ALL" means absolutely nothing left out.

Consequently, there is absolutely no power or authority in Gods Kingdom
that has not been provided to you.

It is your choice whether or not to exercise them.

Gods Seal

Each Law Enforcement officer carries a seal of the authority that has authorised them to act on their behalf.  God has given you the believer His Seal of authority through the Holy Spirit.

Ephesians 1:13 Amplified Bible (AMP)


v13 In Him, you also, when you heard the word of truth, the good news of your salvation, and [as a result] believed in Him, were stamped with the seal of the promised Holy Spirit [the One promised by Christ] as owned and protected [by God].

What does this really mean? 

As a Christian by accepting Jesus as your Lord & Saviour,

  • you are

    • a sworn Law Enforcement officer of the Kingdom of God.

      • ​deputised by God to act on His behalf without question.

        • empowered with ALL of His authority & powers to use on His behalf.

      • Whether or not you are in a Fulltime Ministry i.e. an Office or Marketplace Ministry, you are ordained by God, you are a Royal Priesthood [1 Peter 2:9]

You may be an ordained Wife; Husband; Plumber. Carpenter; Pilot, etc. whatever title you use you are called to minister where you are!​

Bequeath is a past tense word to mean “leave property to a person or other beneficiary by a will.”. 

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