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These are not my personal thoughts, simply the notes I took during the message.
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(Bible verses are linked, so you can click to read.)
Sermon Notes : Unlearn Your Limitations
- Pastor Steven and Bishop TD Jakes will have a sit down on Wednesday at 7pm eastern time. Online only! Bishop TD Jakes has a new book called Don’t Drop The Mic. Click here to view/purchase on Amazon. (Affiliate link.)
- Mark 2:1-12
- Alternate title : You Need a New Roof
- Limitations are learned.
- Stupidity can sometimes have a spiritual advantage.
- To understand what they were protecting, you have to understand where they had been.
- You can’t do that. That’s not how this works.
- Are you quick to give up and assume it isn’t God’s will when you can’t immediately see a way in?
- God loves you too much to leave you in something that is limiting you.
- He is confrontational.
- There comes a time to escalate.
- God has a mighty hand and an outstretched arm.
- We can turn gifts into limitations.
- The way we see ourselves in some seasons doesn’t apply to other seasons.
- Who built your roof to begin with?
- Why do we try to limit ministry to the places we are comfortable in?
- We learn lies and become loyal to them, and then those lies become limits.
- Sometimes it’s better to ask forgiveness than permission.
- 1 Corinthians 2:6-10
- The right people in your life can lead you to healing.
- The biggest block was the limitations in the hearts of the scribes.
- What are the limitations that God is calling you to unblock?
- Temperaments are given, but personalities are a pattern.
- Jesus is our friend that has no limitations.
- The limitation is a gift.
- Jesus can hear thoughts, see faith, and God can forgive sins!
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