TODAY’S PROPHETIC WORD
You are my treasure, and I yours. You never have to share My time, attention or love with anyone else. You have it all because it is limitless. Sit with Me and let the Spirit of Truth bring to your mind all the things I’ve said to you.
THE INDESCRIBABLE GIFT
If you are able to describe the power of God within your life, you don’t have the power of God your life. Because of this, it is so important you and I tap into some things that are, in fact, indescribable.
One of the reasons so much of the power and the gifts of God are so indescribable is because they are unique to each of us. They don’t belong to anybody else.
The principle of uniqueness is so important because it has to do with intimacy – things that are personal. I’ll tell you this, there’s a big part of my walk with God that is personal. It doesn’t belong to anybody else.
Do you know that some of the most powerful things in your life are only going to belong to you and they’re not going to belong to anyone else? Religion doesn’t teach you that.
You go to a religious church and they’ll tell you that we’re all suppose to have the same exact walk. They’ll tell you there’s not supposed to be any diversity among us whatsoever – nothing unique, we all look, talk, act and dress the same. Boloney!
What’s real is, God isn’t doing the same thing within all of us. Yes, He saved us all through the cross of the Lord Jesus Christ, but you and I are not trying to be saved anymore. Now we’re trying to live like we’re saved!
And how I walk that out is going to look different from how you walk that out. You demonstrate Jesus in ways that I don’t and vice versa. Why? Because you’ve experienced Jesus in a whole different way than I have, and it’s awesome!
Praise be to God for His indescribable gift. – 2 Corinthians 9:15
Jesus is our indescribable gift. When we learn one thing about Him, He gives us five more glimpses we need to search out. How are you experiencing Him right now? If you can’t answer that, ask Him for a revelation of who He is to you and be prepared for the Ta-Da!
From my sermon series INDESCRIBABLE
I’m trying to find a sermon about Christmas that I heard on the radio last year, in 2016 around Christmas. Some specific words that the pastor said were, “Jesus is always born in a mess.” It was about Mary and Joseph and how hard life was in those days and how they couldn’t find a place to stay for the baby to be born. And how Mary was rejected by the people, etc. But the words that I specifically remember were those, “Jesus is always born in a mess.” I heard it in the morning on maybe 91.3 in McKinney TX. If Troy Brewer ever said those words in one of his Christmas sermons, could you please just let me know how to find that particular one. I don’t know for sure who I was listening to at the time, but am trying to figure it out. Thanks so much!
Yes, I remember that. He also said Joseph and Mary both, being from the line of David, were of royal blood and were likely the true King and Queen. Of course, Herod, an Edomite was the “king” at that time, so things were not as they were supposed to be. The true king was a poor carpenter. Are you looking for the sermon itself (radio or video?) or the sermon notes?