Category Archives: Kris Vallotton

Good Point as to Why the Women Keep Silent Verse Doesn’t Mean What You Think — A Quote by Kris Vallotton in “Fashioned to Reign”

“We can see from these verses that the Corinthian congregation was obviously made up of many women who had unsaved husbands. Therefore, if Paul’s solution for wives is to keep silent in the church and get their questions about the Kingdom answered by their husbands at home, then women with unsaved husbands would be relegated to a life of ignorance.”

— Kris Vallotton, “Fashioned to Reign”, Kindle location 2154

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Honor is What We Do When We Recognize the Value God Places on Each Person — A Quote by Kris Vallotton in “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”

“We are a special, holy, and royal people. This core value trains us to value others and ourselves as the precious possessions of God, for whom He sacrificed His only Son. It fosters a culture of honor in which we treat others as royalty because we are royalty.”

— Kris Vallotton, “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”, p. 82

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The Word of God Can Bring Bondage When Wrongly Used — A Quote by Kris Vallotton in “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”

“The Bible is not always true! This is a shocking revelation, but it is very accurate. The word of God in the hands of the devil is actually the most destructive weapon known to man. The word of God in the hands of anyone besides the Holy Spirit always leads to religion, bondage, and death. Paul said, `for the letter kills, but the Spirit gives life” (2 Cor. 3:6).”

— Kris Vallotton, “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”, Kindle location 1912-1914

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Don’t Mix the Old and New Covenants — A Quote by Kris Vallotton in “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”

“People who don’t believe that the blood of Jesus altered Heaven’s perspective towards this planet scare me! They create a schizophrenic culture because they bring the cold steel values of the Old Covenant into their grace-filled life in Christ. This usually results in a strange mixture of judgment and mercy that is not only confusing but is also self-mutilating, faultfinding, and often downright heartless. The Cross of Christ quenched the fires of judgment — unlocking the heart of God.”

— Kris Vallotton, “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”, Kindle location 698-700

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A Successful Church Culture will Value Trying and Failing — A Quote by Kris Vallotton in “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”

“We need to develop a culture where trying and failing is viewed as success.”

— Kris Vallotton, “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”, Kindle location 413

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Easier to Obey the Rules than to Rock the Boat for God — A Quote by Kris Vallotton in “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”

“Don’t become famous for what you don’t do… We must not allow ourselves to become known for our boxes.”

— Kris Vallotton, “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle: A Practical Guide to a Life of Signs, Wonders, and Miracles”

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Declaring Destiny Can Bring Life to the Darkest Sinner — A Quote by Kris Vallotton in “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”

“Not only can prophecy equip the saints with gifts and talents through the grace of God, it can also move pre-Christians from the eve of destruction to the doors of construction. When lost people are stuck in their sin, they don’t need a prophetic proclamation that is a commentary on their failure. They already know they are screwed up. They need a violent act of grace that can blast them out of darkness and into life.”

— Kris Vallotton, “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”, Kindle locations 1653-1656

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Does Reconciliation to God Require Pointing Out Sins? — A Quote by Kris Vallotton in “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”

“God was in Christ so that He could reconcile the world to Himself. How did He reconcile the world to Himself? By ‘not counting their sins against them’! Did you get that? But as powerful as this is He also went on to say He has given us the same ministry. He wants us not to count sin against sinners so we can beg them to be reconciled to God. If God is not counting sin against sinners, what gives us the right to do it? And what ever gave us the idea that pointing out people’s sin leads to reconciliation? God said not counting sins leads to reconciliation.”

— Kris Vallotton, “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”, Kindle locations 911-915

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Love, Honor, and Respect While Also Helping and Confronting — A Quote by Kris Vallotton in “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”

“Oftentimes when people are stuck in sin, they need to be confronted in a redemptive way. However, if we abandon the core values of love, honor, and respect, we can be right about their issues, but we will most likely fail to help them come to true repentance. Again, remember that it is the kindness of God that leads to repentance (see Rom. 2:4). Love is a higher core value in the Kingdom than being right, and if you get that backwards, you won’t release the reality of the Kingdom in your ministry.”

— Kris Vallotton, “Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle”, Kindle locations 491-494

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