“But if I with the finger of God cast out devils, no doubt the kingdom of God is come upon you” (Luke 11:20). That finger represents the precise authority of God’s Kingdom. And when God’s finger points to you, it is the authority of His Word.
How were the Ten Commandments written? By the finger of God. What did Jesus do when the woman was taken in adultery? He bent down to the ground and wrote with His finger-and He wrote twice. The first time signified the finger of God that gave the Law to Moses. The second time represented the fulfillment of the Law, the finger of God giving the authority of grace to forgive (John 1:16-17).
He said, “I’m using My finger. I am executing God’s government. I am implementing the Finished Work. I am using My representation for My people, for My Church.” And when Jesus asked who would cast the first stone, the accusers, from the oldest to the youngest, walked out. The crowd who backed the kingdom of Satan walked out-and the woman they accused was guilty.
In the same way, God’s finger of grace is touching each of us. That touch drives away accusations and makes us clean and whole before Him.