Is your mind still in Egypt (part 2)

Straight Talk, No Sugar Added

Joseph was promised the land that was promised to his father Israel (Jacob), but after his father died he came back to Egypt where he had some authority but was still bound under Pharaoh. His brothers and their families were also in Egypt with him.

We need to be careful what we are accepting in our lives and putting up with  because what we accept can effect the next generations that are coming from us- our children and our children’s children. Sounds a lot like generational curses to me.

I have said and have heard so many people say “well obesity runs in my family”, “addictions run in my family”, “depression runs in my family”, “illness runs in my family” “children out of wedlock” divorces” etc. and we just accept it as; it is what it is and that’s it, just have to live with it! 

Where and when…

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That is off the table!

great talk to end the year! And time to Go on to the new year! 2018 here we come!!!

Straight Talk, No Sugar Added

I was honored to do a teaching at my church about the promises, the gifts, and blessings of God and how the power of our words can take the banquet of God and narrow it down to a can of soup. God has a banquet for us in front of our enemies but because we do not believe him, believe his word, or do not believe that he will come through for us we speak against the blessings he gives and live a substandard life of “faith” Enjoy!

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Is Your Mind Still in Egypt? (part 4)

Straight Talk, No Sugar Added

exodusWe are fully equipt to do what we are called to do… yet we doubt.

In Exodus 3:18 God told Moses that the elders will listen to him and they will go with him to see Pharoah about all God said to him.

Yet in Exodus 4:1-2  Moses answered, “What if they do not believe me or listen to me and say, ‘The Lord did not appear to you’?”  Then the Lord said to him, “What is that in your hand?”

As Moses was asking a doubting question, God just asks him another question back and doesn’t answer to the doubt. God wants Moses to see that he doesn’t need to doubt because God is equipping him with all he needs if he just trusts and believes.

God wants to make sure he feels secure so he shows him a few things to do and look for when…

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