What a remarkable idea. Would I be able to lead a real existence that isn’t restricted by my capacity, opportunity, associations, or achievements? Would I be able to carry on with a real existence that isn’t constrained by what amount of cash I have, or what I look like, or even my state of being? Would I be able to carry on with an existence without confinements REQUEST A PROPHETIC WORD regardless of whether I am in jail? A considerable lot of the detainment facilities that we end up in are self-prompted. I was once given a fantasy that showed this exercise in an extremely clear manner.
In the Dream – I was remaining before the top chiefs of the military. Officers and Admirals of the Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marines. They said to me, “We have pulled out all the stops in your arrangement – you have been prepared in each type of battle and resistance – you have been approved to utilize each weapon accessible to us.” I at that point asked, ” What is my main goal?” They stated, “You are to go behind foe lines and liberated the POWS.” In the following scene, I was behind adversary lines in a jail camp. There were a great many lines of solid detainment facilities around 10 feet by 10 feet. In every jailhouse was a man sitting on an overlay out iron bed grasping his head hopelessly. However, when I looked, not one of the jail houses had an entryway on it. Each detainee could have left their self-instigated jail term whenever they quit accepting the falsehood that they were in jail they couldn’t escape! The jails of the Roman days were vastly different than the present detainment facilities. The detainees were regularly shackled and compelled to lie in their waste. However, we find that the Apostle Paul was a man without confinements even though he was in one of these appalling jails. Take a gander at the remarks he made through the Holy Spirit while he was shackled.
Cheer in the Lord consistently: and again I state, Rejoice. 6 Be cautious for little more than; in everything by petition and petition with thanksgiving let your solicitations be made known unto God. 7 And the tranquility of God, which passeth all understanding, will keep your hearts and brains through Christ Jesus. 13 I can do everything through Christ which reinforces me. 19 But my God will gracefully the entirety of your need as indicated by his wealth in brilliance by Christ Jesus.
Any of the above-sacred texts are regularly hard for us to cite and accept, in any event, when we are not found in a fierce jail. However, how could Paul say, “My God will gracefully the entirety of your needs, celebrate consistently and again I state cheer,” while denied the opportunity and solaces we appreciate? He realized how to live without impediments.
A significant number of us accept that it is the activities of others that decide our future or cutoff our chances. However, in truth, it is our outlook that restricts us. The Bible calls them fortifications. A fortress has been characterized as a “mentality that acknowledges as unchangeable those things we know are in opposition to the motivations behind God.” What we are stating is that it is our musings, activities, and convictions that put confinements on our life, and in truth, nobody can change these except for us. I need to talk about four things that must change on the off chance that we are to live an “Existence Without Limitations.”
- How we think
- What we talk
- What we look like at our preliminaries, issues, tests, and inconveniences
- Our comprehension of the “Parenthood” of God
The Bible has such a great amount to state about our ideal life. I once asked the Lord for what valid reason the congregation appears to be so feeble and His answer was a straightforward one. Through another fantasy, He talked saying, “It is your contemplations, feelings, thoughts, minds, and inclinations that have discredited the intensity of the expression of God to work effectively in your life. Let us think about these stanzas.
For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he:
At last, brethren, at all things are valid, at all things are straightforward, at all things are simply, at all things are unadulterated, at all things are flawless, at all things are of the acceptable report; if there be any prudence, and if there be any recognition, think on these things.
A twofold leaning man is insecure in the entirety of his ways.
2 Corinthians 10:5
Throwing down minds, and each high thing that exalteth itself against the information on God, and bringing into bondage each idea to the acquiescence of Christ;
I might want to provoke every one of us today to be aware of each imagined that we have throughout the following not many days. Let us try to bring into imprisonment each believed that doesn’t concur with what the Lord has said over us through His promise or fantasy or prophetic word. Catch and hold each imagined that is negative and basic. Put in jail each imagined that constrains our life in God. At the end of the day, don’t permit ourselves to feel sorry for, brag, reprimand, or limit. Or maybe, let us talk just those things the expression of God says. “I can do everything through Christ who reinforces me. My God will gracefully the entirety of my needs as per His wealth in magnificence by Christ Jesus.”
What we will before long find is that as long as we are taking a gander at our selves, or our circumstances, our capacities, aptitudes, assets, or scarcity in that department, we can’t achieve this undertaking of bringing each idea into imprisonment. No darling, it is just when we have figured out how to see ourselves in Jesus Christ this should be possible. It is Christ’s assets that we are to live in – not our own. It is His shrewdness, His capacity, His position, and His affection. As the sacred texts state – looking unto Jesus the creator and finisher of our confidence.
It is safe to say that you are starting to get a brief look at what an existence without constraints resembles? Would you be able to see with me that it isn’t about what our identity is, or what we can do, or what we have that decides this, but instead, who and what He is to us! Let us quit taking a gander at ourselves and what we can do. Let us quit concurring with our impediments, for to be sure, we have many, yet rather, let us remember, “I can do everything through Christ.”