Get ready for your exodus experience. That thing that is holding you back from emancipation will not exist in your life once you make up in your spiritual mind to enter your promise land.
In Exodus 1, the Bible states that "the Israelites were exceedingly fruitful" and that "they multiplied greatly, increased in numbers and became so numerous that the land was filled with them."
Their large number caused the new king to be threatened by them. This king did not realize that the people were related to the Joseph who saved Egypt from starvation and led the country with Pharaoh.
Sadly, his fears convinced him that the people would join forces with the king's enemies in time of war, so he set out to eradicate the Israelites by enslaving them
"So they put slave masters over them to oppress them with forced labor, and they built Pithom and Rameses as store cities for Pharaoh. But the more they were oppressed, the more they multiplied and spread; so the Egyptians came to dread the Israelites They made their lives bitter with harsh labor in brick and mortar and with all kinds of work in the fields; in all their harsh labor the Egyptians worked them ruthlessly" (verses 11-14).
What can we learn from that true story?
We were born wealthy because Jehovah created us. However, the enemy despises us because he is jealous of our relationship (worship) with God.
Some of our ancestors have allowed the enemy to rob them of their worship to God, for they bowed to the devil's counterfeit blessings, and that opened curses in the bloodline.
So like Pharaoh, the enemy, his demons, and the works of our flesh have enslaved us in different areas.
You see, the Israelites were extremely fruitful; thus, Pharaoh was threatened by them. Likewise, the devil is intimidated by our power in God and sends demons to terrorize our lives.
Then the sins of our flesh, along with demonic forces, become like slave masters in our lives if we do not walk in the Spirit. Similarly to the children of Israel, we start building the devil's kingdom.
Let us repent for bowing to our flesh and all the other sins of this world. Accept your exodus today and sojourn with the Holy Spirit as He leads You into a liberated life. Yes, the enemy will still fight against you, but you will use your spiritual weapons to defeat him. Plus, the more he opposes you, the more successful you will become. The Bible states, "But the more they were oppressed, the more they multiplied and spread” (verse 12).
Begin to cry out to Jehovah, so He can raise up a Moses (an anointed person of God) in your life to lead you on your personal exodus. Then you will grow in God's kingdom and He will use you to impact the world.
Father, forgive us for not honoring You and for allowing the enemy to deceive us into an enslaved life. By the Blood of Jesus, we cancel every curse in our bloodline, and we ask Jesus to cleanse our generations of wickedness. Let holiness and integrity flow in our families in the name of Jesus. Thank You, Father, for hearing and answering this prayer. We are now liberated by the Blood and we receive our exodus experience. Our minds are liberated from bondage and our resources as well in the name of Jesus.
The man with leprosy (Luke 5)
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