What does it mean to walk in God’s anointing? We often describe a song, or a message as being anointed. Or we identify someone accomplishing great things for God as anointed. But that is not all the anointing is for…
You are chosen, but your enemy really isn't concerned about that. There is nothing he can do to stop God from choosing you. Your enemy, however, is very concerned about you walking in the anointing of the Lord!
Today we are going to look at the similarities between a Super Bowl Champion and a Super Bowl Christian.
I declare in the Name of Jesus… ● I declare The favor of God in my life will restore everything the enemy has stolen from me (Exodus 3:21). ● I declare great victories in the face of great impossibilities (Joshua 11:20). ● I declare total restoration of my money, time, opportunities, health, and relationships; ● I declare I will, without fail, recover all (1 Samuel 30:6-8). ● I declare I am the head and not the tail, above and not beneath. ● I declare blessings will chase me down and overtake me. ● I declare Every tongue that rises against me will be shown to be in the wrong. ● I declare No weapon formed against me will ever prosper (Deuteronomy 28:13). ● I declare God is turning my situation around right now. ● I declare my faith and trust in Him is opening the door for a total and complete restoration of everything that has been lost (Romans 8:28). ● I declare I am more than a conqueror! ● I declare I am not only recovering everything that has been stolen from me, but I am going to receive 100-fold beyond that in Jesus’ Name (Romans 8:37)!
God showed up big time!
God really does love you and really does want IMMEASURABLY MORE for you.
Because of our limitations, we sometimes put God in a box, but the Word of God tells us that we serve a God who is “Able to do IMMEASURABLY MORE” than we can ask or imagine!
Fasting is not something we are commanded to do… it is something we choose to do.
Everything God does is, immeasurably more, over the top, exceedingly above, overflowing, super-abundant, good measure… pressed down, shaken together, and running over!