Praying Psalm 8:4-6 “What is man that You take thought of him, And the son of man that You care for him? Yet You have made him a little lower than God, And You crown him with glory and majesty! You make him to rule over the works of Your hands; You have put all things under his feet,” I began asking the Lord to crown us with glory and majesty. Almost immediately, the Lord said, “Why are you asking for what I have already given you? Don’t ask for it, thank me for it, I have already given it to you.” I repented immediately for asking for that which He had already given us. My friends, we are crowned with glory and majesty, there is literally a crown on your head, that the spirit world sees, even if you don’t see it. But it is not a crown of fashion, it is a symbol of function.
We have been crowned with glory and majesty, which means we have divinity inside of humanity for functioning as rulers over creation. We are told we are to rule over God’s works, which are found in the first 5 days of Genesis 1. The first 5 days of creation have been put under our feet, which includes the enemy that was roaming the earth when darkness still covered it. The crown is for rulership, it’s a functional crown, not some accessory for the next outfit we wear. The honor that God gives to humanity is amazing, if we understood it, we would function as kings and priests, ministering to God and ruling over the earth.
Today, I am headed to Houston to preach at a women’s conference this weekend, and I am wearing my crown. I am going to rule as a son of God in that region, because divinity is in this body called humanity and I am thankful that He has put all things under my feet. Whatever you may do going forward, I pray you don’t ask for a crown, but you thank God you are wearing one. I also pray, you start to function as one who has been called to rule over God’s works. Even the enemy, the adversary, the devil is under your feet, because Christ in you is divinity inside of humanity.