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Sermon Notes : It’s Your Door
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- The word of God has to be in your heart.
- Nehemiah 6:1-4; 7:1-3
- We need practical strategies for spiritual battles.
- If your soul is a city, what’s going on on the inside?
- We are far more easily influenced than we realize.
- You don’t just fight spiritual battles once, and then they go away.
- Are your priorities straight?
- What would happen if you were as concerned about what happened in your heart as what’s getting into the house, or what you’re letting out of your mouth.
- Your mouth, eyes, ears and brain are all doors.
- What do you do when you’re making progress with God, but you receive an invitation from the enemy?
- Satan can’t give a command, he can only make a suggestion.
- Just because you’re invited, doesn’t mean you have to go.
- How well do you know yourself?
- Sometimes when the enemy starts speaking distracting stuff, that’s how close you are so he invites you back.
- Nothing is vulnerable unless it’s valuable.
- We focus on the attack, but don’t do anything about it before it comes.
- It’s not the devil, it’s the doors.
- Adopt some closed door policies.
- You’re not going to get any power until you change the pattern.
- Your enemy is threatened because you’re making progress.
- The devil is more aware of you than you are aware of you.
- Keep the doors shut while it’s dark.
- You need light to fight the enemy.
- The door to feeling really badly about yourself is judging others, because you become a victim to your own judgements.
- God might bring you into a season of shut up so he can bring you into a season of shouting.
- If God gave you what you asked for, what would you do with it?