Poised For Plus: Ready To Receive Blessing (2 of 3) by Frank Damazio
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Series: Plus Factor
Introduction: We are in a series called, "The Plus Factor." This is a refreshing word. In trying times, God desires to place "A PLUS" over every person's life. The Plus Factor is the truth that there is an added increase, an advantage, an extra benefit over those God has set His mark upon. We are looking at Ephesians 1, written by Paul, one of the richest portions of Scripture ever written. This book has not only had a significant impact on the lives of the people in Ephesus, but also speaks with great power to our contemporary situation. To a world that seems to have lost all sense of direction, Paul's divine analysis of human challenges compared to God's incredible plan ultimately provides the only hope for the impending doom. He is trying to get us to see this Plus Factor is available to us today!
I. ELEMENTS OF THE "PLUS FACTOR"
A. PLUS FACTOR DEFINED
1. A plus mark is set over our life which brings an added extra, a benefit plus, an overshadowing of every aspect of life with the great blessings of God both spiritually and physically
2. The gateway to the abundant, unlimited blessings God has for us starts with our being positioned in Christ and seated in heavenly places.
B. SIX PLUS FACTORS
1. Positioned for plus: our "in Christ" gateway
2. Poised for plus: ready to receive blessings
3. Predestined for plus: Aligning the God choice
4. Petitioned for plus: believing for my full inheritance
5. Prepared for plus: eyes to see the full potential
6. Postured for plus: believing all things are possible
C. POISED FOR THE PLUS FACTOR
1. We are positioned with a ready attitude and prepared spirit, balanced on our toes as a runner at the block, ready to instantly move forward into the opportunities God opens to us to bless us beyond anything imagined.
2. Ephesians 1:3 All praise to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with ...
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