Sin always bears
2 Samuel 5:12-13
2 Samuel 11:1-4
2 Samuel 11:6-13
A Complete Cover-
2 Samuel 11:14-21, 25, 27
Grace: Seeing an of it
2 Samuel 9:1
1 Samuel 20:13-14, 16-17
1 Samuel 24:20-22
2 Samuel 9:2-3
Grace is Giving Himself in full acceptance to someone who does not deserve it and can never earn it and will never be able to repay.
2 Samuel 9:4
2 Samuel 4:4
2 Samuel 9:6-13
Grace: Understanding the of it
Notes by Geneisha
Exodus 3 📖
Broken vows are like broken mirrors they leave those who hold them bleeding and staring at fractured images of themselves.
There is a significant difference between a promise and a covenant.
Covenant- meaning embraced; a covenant cannot be replaced. A covenant cannot be terminated.
When God makes a covenant there is no expiration date.
-A Godly covenant cannot be canceled. It can only be expanded and built on.
I’m in covenant with God!
God has already made a covenant with me regarding my health, my children, etc.
If God said it then it has got to happen! God does not lie!
With God, we’re under a BLOOD COVENANT !
Taking off the sandal means to give what should be mine to you.
God paid the price so that you have freedom and are no longer held bond.
God took the sandal off of us because the enemy cannot have us chained! ⛓God took the sandal off of the toxic people in your life and told them that they don’t have the authority to be there in your life anymore!
📖In the text, when He said “Upon this rock I will build my church” Jesus was declaring that this is a new boundary that covers even those after Him. So God’s children never have to guess what’s there’s.
-Some people’s sacrifices are covering their children so that they never will have boundaries.
Ruth 4:7-8 📖
“Now this was the custom in former times in Israel concerning redeeming and exchanging, to confirm anything: one man took off his sandal and gave it to the other, and this was a confirmation in Israel. Therefore the close relative said to Boaz, “Buy it for yourself.” So he took off his sandal.”
Ruth 4:7-8 NKJV
If you/you’re children are constantly being attacked, take that as confirmation that the enemy knows something about us that we don’t know about ourselves.
There’s a gift over you and your child’s life to impact a generation. You’re carrying an oil that is going to set a generation free! Come to grips with your TRUE identity!
Moses begins to second guess everything about himself. So he thinks about it yet doesn’t know how to correctly articulate his words. So the teachers assume that he has a learning disability when really he was struggling within himself... get to the seed of the dysfunction. Maybe you’ve never sat down with them to reinforce who their identity really is, so they don’t know how to be who they are!
Moses goes on to have no ambition, watching sheep. 🐑His mind wasn’t even focused on the free job that he had, working for his father in law. The sheep were supposed to dwell in the valley, yet Moses had taken them up the mountain. While doing so he sees a bush that is on fire, however none of the leaves on the bush were burning off. So although the leaves were consumed, they were not dissolved.
Msg: Now we all can now know that although we seem to stay on fire 🔥, we don’t burn out.
“Even if you have a dream, I am not going to let you get burnt out.”
Understand that the fire of The Holy Spirit is forreal!
Exodus 3:1-2 📖
“Now Moses was tending the flock of Jethro his father-in-law, the priest of Midian. And he led the flock to the back of the desert, and came to Horeb, the mountain of God. And the Angel of the LORD appeared to him in a flame of fire from the midst of a bush. So he looked, and behold, the bush was burning with fire, but the bush was not consumed.”
Exodus 3:1-2 NKJV
Exodus 3:5 📖
“Then He said, “Do not draw near this place. Take your sandals off your feet, for the place where you stand is holy ground.””
Exodus 3:5 NKJV
In the text: That is when God spoke to Moses. He said “how dare you come here with your shoes on? (Not humbling himself to God first). In the midst of those 99 sheep that Moses had herded up that mountain, God told him “Take your shoes off!” Note: This particular mountain was also known for having scorpions. 🦂(So Moses is barefoot 🦶around sheep mess and scorpions, that he could possibly step into.) God continued to say to Moses that he must take off his shoes for his next assignment! Because Pharoah had given Moses those same shoes that he had on his feet, God said take them off so that he doesn’t still think that he owns him and then go to him and declare that he is free! God told Moses to go get back his family and deliver the very people who did not cover you too! (Since they believed that he had a dysfunction and took him for granted.)
Note: God did not call Moses in a church or Mt. Sinai, where he would receive The tablets, to show Moses that was where his calling lay. Every place where the sole of your feet would tread, God will proclaim it as Holy Ground and possess it!
Msg: “You don’t know what you’re stepping into”! God says in order to fulfill your assignment, sometimes you have to walk through some crap to get to the promise!
-It’s hard to be anointed and ignore what people are going through.
-You might even have to step into someone else’s stuff and deal with it, but you do it due to the calling over your life.
-There will even be times where you’ll be obedient to God yet people will try to bite you. 🦂Nonetheless, God said to take your shoes off because God is taking you even into seemingly dangerous places.
-Calling isn’t always cute!
-Your call might be to help someone else!
-The things that you go through are apart of your calling! Take your shoes off
- God has you take your shoes off to separate you from your sins!‼️God has done this separating you from sins from years ago and even recently... thank God for taking your shoes off!
- Give God glory for separating you from your sins so that there is no evidence of your mistakes!
- Take your shoes off for your next assignment!
- The way that God is bringing you in close is by setting your heart on fire!
- You are the pioneer for your family! You’re enduring because what you walk through and suffer from, all of your sacrifices will account for your future family and generations to come to be blessed!