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Claim Your Authority

Just when we are down in the pits of life, thinking there is no other option but to accept what the world has to offer, God steps in.  He steps in with GIANT footsteps.

Jesus quickly tells us, “Don’t give up. Be strong!” while things are swirling and we want to give up. We are quickly reminded of what He did on the cross and gave us authority to claim over our lives.

Do you want it?

I am reminded of the Tasha Cobb song called, “Get Up.” She sings repeatedly during the song, “Let the Kingdom of God rise.” While we are down in the pit waiting to be rescued, we begin to rise when our faith exceeds our fear and claim presence in the Kingdom of God.

We rise as the Kingdom does because it’s the place of authority.

So whatever state you are in right now, start to claim your authority over your circumstances.

“Born to be mine, got to be strong
be who He called you to be
Born to be mine, got to be strong
be who He called you to be, walk in your liberty”

Remind yourself of that each day God allows you to see another day. Begin to stand up over all strongholds, authorities, principalities, your enemies, and situations.

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