Sermon Notes : Pastor Steven Furtick – Winded

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Hi friends. Below are my notes for Pastor Steven Furtick’s sermon titled Winded. This message is from Elevation Church on October 9, 2022.

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Please remember that these are not my own words, but rather the notes that I took while Pastor Steven was speaking. If you need more context, or would like to watch the sermon again, click here to watch Winded on YouTube.

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Sermon Notes : Winded

  • Matthew 14:22-32
  • How tired are you?
  • Mental stress when we don’t know where the provision comes from.
  • Where are you winded?
  • Have to learn to depend on God’s wind and spirit.
  • Discouragement, temptations, give up, crazy thoughts.
  • I’m only human.
  • The Holy Spirit does not consult human schedules.
  • Jesus is not soft.
  • It’s fun when we’re in a good mood.
  • When they take you for granted it means you’re good.
  • I want to be good enough to be taken for granted.
  • Just because God gave it doesn’t mean it’s easy.
  • Trauma makes it hard to even trust God.
  • How do I know it’s God and not me?
  • Why do I doubt?
  • Does anyone really care?
  • What goes wrong when you sink?
  • When did he doubt – when he saw the wind.
  • Why don’t I stay locked on Jesus?
  • Trying to be all the people I’m not.
  • Who are you here for?
  • He’ll still use me even though I’m struggling.
  • You want to fall now? You’re too close.
  • When I’m tempted to look away is when I’m the closest.
  • There’s nothing to go back to.
  • When did you start shrinking God?
  • Shift your attention back on Jesus.
  • You have to want him in your boat.
  • It won’t make sense until the other side.
  • All who touched are healed.
  • How many ways does God need to show you that everything he takes you through is for a purpose.
  • He’s not through with you yet.

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