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- Some of you are in transition here today.
- There’s something that’s compelling you today. Jesus was compelled by the Spirit to go to Jerusalem. Some of you are feeling that some compulsion to an idea. Pay attention to those moments.
- Listening to the Spirit will lead you to some amazing moments. Surrender to those moments and listen. Act on what the Spirit tells you.
- Trust the Spirit.
- Some of you are going to be feeling a holy ache, on whatever it may be.
- Pay attention to the Spirit’s prompting.
- When God prompts you, he won’t show you all the details. You can’t handle all the details. He may not show you the details. You’ll have to take the step of faith.
- To step towards your destiny, you have to step away from security.
- You have to step into the certain uncertainty.
- You’ll have to take the step of faith. Without faith, it is impossible to please God.
- If you’re not uncomfortable sometimes in leadership, you’re probably not operating with enough faith.
- If you’re not ready to face opposition from your obedience to God, you’re not ready to be used by God.
- Everything new and effective will be met with resistance.
- Some of you right now are doing things that are being met with resistance.
- If I blame myself when things go poorly, I will take credit for when things go well.
- Don’t worry when you’re being criticized. Worry when you’re not.
- If you’re a church, you should be called a cult every now and again or you’re doing something wrong.
- You don’t have enough in you to do what God has called you to do.
- Some of you, your next step is to take step one.
- We’re not going to settle with making a name for ourselves. Let’s make a name for him.
- Let’s concentrate on building a legacy of people who follow after God.
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