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Power Belongs to God mp3
Our world has been set up for us to live by the strength of Another. This is the real state of all of humanity—vulnerability. Yet all of us usually find ourselves trying to muster strength to conquer and sustain our lives. This has been the course of all of fallen man since the beginning of time. But we don’t understand that our ability is only a playground for evil. Our Father wants us to live by the power that belongs to God. And only when we do, will we open our lives to true living and Life.
Finding Out Power Belongs to God
In what just might become a series of message, we start with this first message to lay out a perfect foundation. Our need and dependence on God is not purposed by Him to manhandle us, or control our lives, it is designed that we would be set in the place to receive His amazing blessings and love. If it’s your desire to live in such a place, you are in for a treat.
“Most people will never accept the nature of humanity is helpless and has no good in it.
We don’t understand that the flesh can only produce destruction, no matter how good it looks for a while, it will eventually be destruction.”
(Martha Kilpatrick in Power Belongs to God)
In this message Martha reveals that we come into the Kingdom through need. Come listen to a message that not only gives you permission to live needy (our actual state), but also implores you to embrace this position so you may enter His great Kingdom provision to live a fruitful and victorious life.
Power Belongs to God is the Message of the Month for July 2020.
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