Watch this Video: John Crowder discusses Impartation from a Finished Work Lens
“If we have the fullness of God thanks to our union with Christ, then what is the role of impartation? Is it a valid Biblical practice? Is it necessary at all? Many are confused over the idea of “transferring” an unction, anointing or mantle from one person to another … In summary, impartation does not give us anything we don’t already have – rather it stirs up the fullness that is already fully latent within us!” – John Crowder
8-10 Watch out for people who try to dazzle you with big words and intellectual double-talk. They want to drag you off into endless arguments that never amount to anything. They spread their ideas through the empty traditions of human beings and the empty superstitions of spirit beings. But that’s not the way of Christ. Everything of God gets expressed in him, so you can see and hear him clearly. You don’t need a telescope, a microscope, or a horoscope to realize the fullness of Christ, and the emptiness of the universe without him. When you come to him, that fullness comes together for you, too. His power extends over everything.