The Invisible Dimension–How Do We Enter?

Christ turned the water into wine at the marriage at Cana. That is another dimension. Christ raised up Lazarus from the dead after four days.  That is a different dimension than the one we wake up in every morning.

Peter and John healing “a certain man lame from his mother’s womb”—that miracle came out of a dimension that the public had never seen nor experienced before. The apostles took no credit, for they had crossed over into that new, heavenly dimension. They said that the miracle was from “the Holy One and the Just.”

How, then, did they do it? They said, “His name through faith in His name has made this man strong.” Faith/Belief had allowed them to enter this new, invisible, powerful, and spiritual dimension (Acts 3:1-16).

[Faith/Belief in His name? What does that mean exactly? Christ’s Hebrew name is Yahshua, which means  Yahweh is the Savior. That is the message encrypted into His name. We believe in His name by believing the message in His name. “I, even I, am Yahweh; and beside Me there is no savior” (Isa. 43:11; 45:21)].

So, we see that Peter and John crossed over into the spiritual dimension through “faith in His name.”  Or, believing in the message contained in His name. The miracles came from an invisible dimension. One of faith/belief, not sight. In fact, show me a miracle, and we will see it ushering forth from this invisible dimension. A few humans have walked in that spiritual dimension where miracles were on the menu. Think of Elijah, Moses and all the apostles and prophets whose walks on earth intersected with the heavenly dimension. The Holy Bible is record of their spiritual journeys into the heavenly dimension.

But how do you and I enter this dimension? That is the question.

[Share your thoughts on this by leaving a comment. I would love to hear your take on “dimensions.”]

Kenneth Wayne Hancock



Filed under belief, Bible, faith, oneness, Spirit of God, Yahshua, Yahweh

7 responses to “The Invisible Dimension–How Do We Enter?

  1. There are a few times that stand out to me of which I call a God encounter, but the one that to this day gives me strength when remembering is a visit that could only be described as one who came to me with the presence of peace unspeakable! This is an excerpt from a post I did called “The Visit” on

    God oftentimes allows us to see His presence in our lives, and it is found through others or one on one. I would like to share an experience that has stayed with me of an encounter that happened over twenty years ago. May it give you strength to know we are never alone when we believe in the words He has given us.
    The time had come one night at the hospital when my mother was not doing well at all, and it was two or three in the morning when her doctor looked at me and said I needed to call my siblings because it did not look good. After going to the waiting room I called each one only to be told for different reasons they were not able to be there and after hanging up the phone sobbing in unbelief that there were more children than just one mom had. As I sat there a man entered the room and it seemed as peace filled the room, he sat across from me and asked who I had in and why I was so upset? He calmly said we are never alone with God, give everything to Him and you will see. I then asked him who he was there to visit and he said his wife so I asked for her name so I could visit her and let her know how encouraging he was. He then got up and walked to the door and turned back to me and said: “I will see you again my friend” and he was gone. Later that morning I went to the nurse’s desk and asked which room his wife was in and was told there was no one there by that name. I still to this day in a difficult time draw strength from that visit which was assurance God is faithful to His word, especially when I read (John 14:21-23).  He that hath my commandments, and keepeth them, he it is that loveth me: and he that loveth me shall be loved of my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him. Judas saith unto him, not Iscariot, Lord, how is it that thou wilt manifest thyself unto us, and not unto the world? Jesus answered and said unto him, If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him.
    I thank you for having the ability to share this with others. May God Bless and Keep you Always Wayneman.

  2. 14 “Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me. 2 My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you? 3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am. 4 You know the way to the place where I am going.”

    I am one of the rooms in Father’s house, as are myriads of others. As Christ prepares my room (along with the rest of his temple) deep inside, he will come back and take us to that dimension where will will do greater things… because his corporate body will be visible worldwide! And all creation groans for that day…

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