Kenneth's Partner Letter Archive | Kenneth Copeland Ministries

Kenneth's Partner Letter Archive

Since 1986, each month without fail, Kenneth Copeland has personally written a letter to his Partners, sharing the latest insights and revelation the Lord has shown him. Use this archive to read his latest letter, as well as research past letters that will charge your faith. 

April 2019

Be Still and Know That I AM GOD!

Have you ever been going along and, suddenly, get blindsided by a bad report? I certainly have. Maybe you hear something about one of your children, or the Internal Revenue Service unexpectedly demands thousands of dollars. Most of the time, the hardest thing to deal with is a doctor’s report that leaves you wondering what hit you, and what in the world do you do now? There are some very important things we must do in these situations, and some equally important things we must never do. The first, and most important, is to STOP! BE STILL, and KNOW that He is GOD. Be quiet. Take authority over your words immediately because the power of death and life are in the tongue (Proverbs 18:21). Your words will determine the outcome of any situation, whether it will be victory or defeat. Immediately engage the help of the Greater One who lives in you by praying Psalm 141:3: 

March 2019

Never! Ever! Quit!

Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by The WORD of God. Now, throw 1 John 4:4 in there, and shout in the devil’s face: “THE GREATER ONE LIVES IN ME! I CANNOT BE DEFEATED, AND I WILL NEVER QUIT!”

Your confession of faith is your combine and the power of the Holy Spirit, the mighty Engine bringing your words to pass. You will hear, “Daughter, or son, your faith has made you whole.”

Our harvesting tools are the words of our mouths, but only if we refuse to yield to the pressure. It ain’t over till it’s over! We don’t play nine-inning games. We play until we win! It’s our bat and our ball. Our heavenly Father is the Umpire. Read the back of the Book: We win!

February 2019

Awake to Righteousness!

1 Corinthians 15:34; 2 Corinthians 5:21: 

Awake to righteousness, and sin not.” The lack of knowledge of righteousness is a huge hindrance to faith. But a lack of awareness of righteousness is even worse. That verse did not say, “Awake to holiness, and sin not.” Righteousness and holiness are two different things. You can grow in holiness, but the moment you received Jesus as your Savior and LORD, you were MADE the righteousness of God.

Righteousness is the ability to come boldly to the throne of grace and stand, or even sit, in the presence of a holy, sinless God without a sense of guilt or shame. After being made sin for us, Jesus went to hell and suffered our penalty. Then, in the midst of that awful pit of suffering, The WORD of the Almighty God broke through, and Jesus became the first BORN FROM THE DEAD—BORN from sin to righteousness by The WORD of righteousness.

 

 

January 2019

Growing Up Into Him!

Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by The WORD of God, which liveth and abideth for ever.” Most believers never grow beyond that, and that’s tragic! Spiritual growth is different from natural growth. Growth of the physical body is built into natural DNA, but that’s not the case with spiritual growth. 

There are five basic training steps toward maturity that I want to share with you. As with any kind of training, you start with the simple and, with practice, your spirit will begin to grow.

Step No. 1 is: Meditate in God’s WORD.

Step No. 2 is: Become a doer of The WORD.

Step No. 3 is: Put The WORD of GOD first place in your life.

Step No. 4 is: Obey the voice of your spirit.

Step No.5 is: Do what God says.