What possessing the land calls for

  1. Stretching as opposed to inflexibility.
  2. Uncomfortable as opposed to settling for what you are used too.
  3. New battles as opposed to just waiting for something to happen.
  4. A new mindset as opposed to a negative mind set (The spies).
  5. Hard work as opposed to resistance to effort
  6. The ‘land’ is usually occupied as opposed to as opposed to the wilderness.

Courage as opposed to fea

Joshua 3:14-16 When the people set out to cross the Jordan, the priests who were carrying the Ark of the Covenant went ahead of them. Now it was the harvest season, and the Jordan was overflowing its banks. But as soon as the feet of the priests who were carrying the Ark touched the water at the river’s edge, the water began piling up at a town upstream called Adam, which is near Zarethan. And the water below that point flowed on to the Dead Sea until the riverbed was dry. Then all the people crossed over near the city of Jericho.

God wants to lead us. He wants His presence to go before us. The Ark represented the presence of God. Don’t go anywhere, if you are not sure that the presence of God is leading you in that direction. Without the presence of God in our lives, no land is worth possessing!

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5 Responses to What possessing the land calls for

  1. Liz Lawler says:

    how is you wife doing?

  2. I pray daily, and nightly, to be closer to Jesus.
    And for the Holy Spirit to guide me and lead me.
    Henry Holloway

  3. Praying for your wife that all will be well for her in Jesus, name! Thank you for all your devotionals, they are truly a blessings in these times. God Bless you!

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  5. katrina says:

    Thank you dear pastor. I am also praying for Vanessa in particular but for your whole family.
    I would hereby also like to give a testimony:

    1) On October 2015, I asked prayer for Dina 42 years old who was suffering from weakness in her limbs that she most of the times used to only lie in bed with pain unable to walk on her own.
    She is now better, able to walk on her own although not yet strong enough.

    2) On 13 June 2017, I asked prayer for my cousin’s husband Benson. He is also better now.

    3) On 15 June 2013, I asked prayer for accommodation issue as I had to take in kids which normally the landlords wouldn’t have allowed and I was in the process of looking out already for another place although I didn’t even have the money to pay.
    Praise God for your prayers. When I told the landlord that I had such an issue and have to look for another place, he is the one himself that suggested that we discuss as he didn’t want to loose me.

    Thank you all for standing in for me.

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