Before I start sharing testimonies of translations and transports, I want to briefly talk about our right to see and enter the spiritual realm. Our rights have been granted to us by the Word itself. The Bible gives us ample permissions, encouragements, and commandments to go and do the things of the Kingdom. These are the scriptures we all know and embrace, and the same scriptures that others try to present as allegory or metaphor.

So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.” (2 Corinthians 4:18)

One of my favorite verses. A very clear word to look at the invisible things. It doesn’t say we should do it, it says we do it!

This is how love is made complete among us so that we will have confidence on the day of judgment: In this world we are like Jesus.” (1 John 4:17)

Again, a very clear word. “In this world we are like Jesus” and not “as He was,” or “try to do the same kind of things He did.” Why do so many ministers have the nerve to try to tell us what the Lord really meant? He could have said it any way He chose… and He did. He didn’t have to say “In this world we are like Jesus.” He could have said “Just try to be a good Christian” or anything else. People are so offended that we actually believe what God says.

I love looking at the testimonies of Philip and Enoch and Elijah, Ezekiel, and others and of course our Lord Jesus as a model for how we should walk in the supernatural. They all transported or translated or both. These testimonies are launchpads for those who are ready to engage with them.

Invariably, I hear the argument against this even from charismatic and Pentecostal ministers. It’s a very sad thing and I believe it’s because no one has yet thought of a way to try to control it. They haven’t figured that part out. Words of Knowledge… yes, we can set aside a special time to allow that just between the offering and the first hymn. “Thank you, Holy Spirit, but we have a program to stick to.”

What I hear the most when people speak against supernatural transport are things like, “It only happened to Philip once and he wasn’t seeking that kind of thing.” Or, “Elijah was moved sovereignly by God, he wasn’t seeking those kinds of experiences.” Are you kidding me? These are people who lived for God! They knew their history. They knew God was likely to do the impossible, and I feel very comfortable saying that I believe they wanted everything God had for them. They didn’t want supernatural things from God? Really? Who told you that? I am more likely to believe that Philip and others were supernaturally transported all the time.

The only reason we don’t have a detailed list of his life of transport is because we’ve been given plenty of information to go on. Assuming things didn’t happen because the Bible doesn’t mention them is ridiculous. Even the Word says that if everything Jesus did were written, the whole world couldn’t contain the books. (John 21:25)

The Lord gave us Matthew 10:8. They (we) were (are) supposed to embrace the supernatural. This is who we are…

This text is an excerpt from the book “Supernatural Transportation” written by Michael R. Van Vlymen.

We invite you to read the next article “Entering the Spirit.”


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