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Pastor Steven Furtick : It’s Always Been In You
- Genesis 34:30; 35:11
- What you do with what is in you is up to you.
- You’ll be surprised what you’ll trade when you’re tired.
- Don’t give up what you want most for what you want now.
- Jacob’s real struggle was never with his brother.
- Often you get to a place you’ve imagined, then disaster strikes and threatens to destroy it.
- Jacob is where God was leading him, but he’s not safe anymore.
- How often do you feel not “adultish”? ?♀️
- Or have you had to deal with the consequences of someone else’s decision?
- Genesis 35:1-11
- God can bring you back to Bethel to remind you of your accomplishments.
- When Jacob is in need of his greatest faith, God took him back to the place of his greatest fear.
- You’ve got a lot on you – some of it is your fault, some is the fault of Tibet’s and none of it is anything you’ve been through before.
- God will remind you that you made it anyways.
- Remember a time that you thought you wouldn’t make it another day.
- You did make it!
- What’s on you can cause you to forget what’s in you.
- We have a Jesus covenant.
- What are you depending on that isn’t God?
- Offense and bitterness can keep you from remembering what’s in you.
- But it’s always been in you.
- The fight you have to win is the one versus yourself.
- You will never produce your nation if you don’t know your name.
- Is your covenant with your struggle greater than your covenant with God?
- God knows what’s on you.