Sonship by Smith Wigglesworth
God wants us to be something more than ordinary people. Remember this, whosoever you are: if you are ordinary, you have not touched the ideal principles of God. When God lays hold of a man He makes him extraordinary in personality, power, unction, thought and activity. “Beloved, now are we the sons of God.” It is a divine plan.
It is God’s will in a plan. God wants us to possess everything He has for us. “Beloved, now are we the sons of God.” God has such purposes to perform in us. He has a great desire to utter these words in our hearts so that we may rise and claim his purposes. He desires for us to be ambitious and even covetous for his purposes to be fulfilled in our lives.