What Is Your Promise
What is Your Promise
Jesus promises are Yes and Amen.
He is the promise! We are the amen!
11 Corinthians 2:20 For all the promises of God in Him are Yes and in Him Amen, to the glory of God through us.
When we believe in His promises – We glorify Him.
Through Us – We can bring glory to God
•Now to Abraham and his Seed were the promises made. He does not say, “And to seeds,” as of many, but as of one, and to your Seed,” who is Christ (the Son of the promise, the anointed Messiah.) Gal 3:16
•Our promises are through Our Messiah-Jesus
•We have promises that are being fulfilled.
•What are your promises?
•Are you ready for new promises?
Are you meeting with God, to hear your promises?
•Know Who You Are In Christ
•I am complete in Him – Colossians 2:10
•I am alive with Christ – Ephesians 2:5
•I am free from the law of sin and death - Rom 8:2
•I am free from oppression and will not live in fear – Isaiah 54:14
•I am born of God – 1 John 5:18
•I have the mind of Christ – I Corinthians 2:16
•I have the peace of God – Philippians 4:7
•The spirit of God is greater then Satan – 1 John 4:4
I have received power of the Holy Spirit and he can do miraculous things through me. I have authority and power over the enemy in this world. – Mark 16:17-18, Luke 10:17-19
Christ took our sins and gave us righteousness –
11 Corinthians 5:21
God treats us as righteous apart from our works. Romans 4: 5-8
•You are the very righteousness of God in Christ solely because the sacrifice of Jesus made you so.
•When you believe this, your faith is accounted for righteousness.
•You do need faith to believe and declare that you are the righteousness of God in Christ, in the midst of your weaknesses and struggles.
•The enemy may say, “How dare you call yourself righteous – when you just did that!”
•That’s the time you need to boldly declare:
I am not righteous because of what I have done or not done.
I am righteous only because of the blood and finished work of Jesus at the cross
•Every time you confess “I am the righteousness of God in Christ. God the Father is pleased. When you confess that you are the righteousness of God in Christ, it reminds Him of what His Son has done for you to become righteous. Romans 10:6
•Each time Jesus hears you confess, “I am the righteousness of God in Christ,” it brings much pleasure to His heart too, because you are laying hold of what He suffered and died to give you.
•Experiencing the gift of righteousness in Christ, empowers us every day.
•Do you have the gift of righteousness?
•Yes You Do – or do you believe what the enemy tells you every day?
We can choose to believe the enemy or we can stop the enemy in his tracks. We have the ability to fight – we are overcomers.
It is time to stop the enemy…..
Who’s report do you believe?
Deb Miller Robinson - Eagle Warrior