Chris Gore is the author of ‘A Practice Guide to Walking in Healing Power.’ He discusses topics of supernatural healing and mending the spirit. From building a foundation in understanding God’s character to overcoming doubts, Gore creates a platform for anyone to get in reach with the Lord. Here is a collection to some of the best Chris Gore quotes to remember.
“Christ is not the answer to your city, I am not the answer to your city. The answer to your city is Christ in you and Christ through you.”
“Exciting as miracles are, they fail to satisfy our hungry hearts unless we embrace them for what they are—invitations to see the personality and nature of Jesus in action.”
“Fact is you might be sick, but the truth is that Jesus is your healer. Fact is you might be out of money, but the truth is that Jesus is your provider. Fact is you might feel unlovable, but the truth is that you are dearly loved! Fact is you might have wayward family members, but the truth is that Jesus is your restorer.”
“I like to say it’s a love letter to independent film in the form of a fart joke.”
“If we get impressed with a problem, we will begin to exalt it.”
“Jesus paid much too high a price for us to just come together, do church, then sit back and do nothing. I want to keep burning bright for Jesus. I want to see the saints arise and come into a revelation of who we are in Him and who He is in us. I long to see the Church awaken to the present reality of the power of the Holy Spirit, so that together we will see cities, your nation.”
“Miracles come out of rest. Resting in knowing who we are. It’s who we are that defines us, not what we do. If we allow what we do to define who we are, then we are heading for trouble. Miracles are not done for identity; they are because of our identity.”
“Once you have seen or heard a miracle of what Jesus has done, it changes the way that you minister. You can never pray from lack again for any condition that you have read or heard about.”
“We should not be content with “a level of fruitfulness” when, in fact, we can experience the supernatural life as our normal Christian life, not the occasional exception.”
“When life throws you a curveball, you will end up saying, “God, what are You doing to me?” We end up blaming God, as opposed to allowing the goodness of God to navigate us through the situation.”
Here is a video interview with Chris Gore from Bethel Church in Redding, California held by Luckey Living.