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Step Above To Extraordinary Living (5 of 5)
Series: Divine Intervention
Introduction: This is our last message in our series on Divine Intervention. We have developed the thought that, as we step up, God steps in and His footprint is always life-changing and life-directing. We have stepped forward and stretched out our withered hand to God. We have stepped into a new place to embrace faith. We have stepped up and, by faith, sown against our lack in a time of famine, and by faith are expecting God to water our seed and bring forth a supernaturally blessed harvest. We have stepped beyond and believe we can receive great things from God. He is the giver of good things because He is a good God. We opened our hands to receive and we prayed the prayer of Jabez, "Bless me, O God and enlarge my territory." Now, in this message we are going to step above and find the higher ground we are to possess.
I. STEPPING ABOVE
A. MY DIVINE INTERVENTION
This is my time to believe God has all the divine interventions that I need in my life to position me to do His will and fulfill my destiny. God is for me, loves me, and works on my behalf. God is good and I can expect good things in my future. I choose the dynamic path of faith.
B. DEFINITION OF STEP ABOVE
To step into a higher place, exceeding anything before; to move yourself to a new place of advancement, a rising to a higher position, a move to the top of where you are destined to be.
C. STEP ABOVE PRAYER
I will step forward and stretch out my life to God, embracing faith as my attitude to face all things. I will step up and do exploits with God and for God. I will step beyond and reach out to grasp a blessed future. I will step above into a higher place, a new position, and a new future.
II. STEP ABOVE INTO THE LIFE GOD DESIRES FOR YOU
John 10:10 The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more ...
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