What Qualifies a Kingdom Teacher?
When my twins were younger, we often spent weekends at the beach, playing in the freezing cold water. They owned wetsuits before they had their own email accounts. When they were around nine, they wanted to learn how to surf. Not wanting to hire a teacher, I taught them myself. Even though I’d never been on a surfboard myself.
I’d watched surfing on TV for years and over time, I came to understand the mechanics of it. How to paddle with a wave to gain momentum. How to kneel and then stand on the board. Balance. Reading the waves. Everything. I understood it well enough that I was able to explain it to the kids and show them how to do it.
There are many golfers who have won major tournaments. By some standards, any such golfer would make an excellent teacher. But in fact, many of them would be terrible at teaching. There are other golfers who have never won a tournament but could teach golf as well as anyone. They make good teachers not because they’re excellent at golf but because they’re excellent at teaching. The same is true for teaching the supernatural.
Someone may be a gifted healer, but that doesn’t qualify them to be a teacher. Teaching requires a different skill set than healing. The question isn’t whether you’ve done something or even how skilled you are at it, but whether you have the skills needed to teach it to others.
I’m not the best dead raiser, miracle worker or healer. If I were, my ministry would focus on getting people healed. But it doesn’t. I understand how to operate in the miraculous but more importantly, God has given me the ability to teach it to others. Whether it’s advanced cardiac life support, emotional healing or how to make a good margarita, I love teaching. I enjoy it so much that I’ve decided to launch an online healing class.
Let me tell you a little about the class:
Teaching is my passion. If you’d like to hire me as your teacher, I’m available. To learn more about my Divine Healing Class, click on the link or on the image below.