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Hey friends! I’m sorry that I missed a few weeks of posting these notes, but I’m back (albeit a bit late this week.) Here are my notes for Pastor Steven Furtick’s sermon titled God’s Got Your Back Pt. 2. This sermon is from Elevation Church on September 11, 2022.
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Remember that these are not my own thoughts, just the notes that I took while Pastor Steven was speaking. Click here to watch God’s Got Your Back Pt. 2 on YouTube.
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Sermon Notes : God’s Got Your Back Pt. 2
- Isaiah 30:21
- Who tells your story?
- It won’t be the only voice you hear, which creates problems.
- 1 Kings 19:1-18
- If the devil could do to you what it threatened it could do to you, it would have already.
- He wasn’t running for his life, he was running from his life.
- Weariness can lead to weakness if not interrupted by worship.
- God has carried you through dark places of your life even when we deny he even exists.
- Be very careful who you let in your head.
- We need to protect our headspace.
- We can’t go too long without talking to God.
- God can do crazy things around us, but we can get stuck in a story.
- God can bring you out of a situation but if it’s in your spirit what you rehearsed you will take a bad spirit into a blessed situation.
- If the devil can get you to rehearse the wrong story, you will literally think it’s true by the time you get to the mouth of the cave. Then you cave.
- The enemy is a better story teller than you are.
- You can have Jesus in your heart and Jezebel in your head.
- Fear makes you forget.
- You can’t narrate by faith in first person.
- If the story you tell yourself starts with I it will end in insecurity, inadequacy and idolatry.
- We decide what part of the story we emphasize.
- God has already worked out what you’re worried about.