FATHERS TAKE US FURTHER - PSALMS 44:1-3

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The kind of relationship you have with your father determines the kind of heaven you operate in on the earth – whether open heaven or closed heaven. Your earthly father connects you to your ancestral flow, but there is a father who connects you to the Kingdom flow. It is a wise son that strategically builds a relationship of blessing with his father.

Dearly beloved, learn to protect and honour the anointed linkages in your life. These linkages bring divine linkages into your life. Some linkages bring about demonic trafficking into your life. If you are connected to a supernatural linkage, you become a beneficiary or a victim of such a linkage whether positive or negative. 

It was the anointed linkage of one of the sons of the prophet that preserved his wife and children. Never allow the devil to separate you. He will do everything possible to separate because he always separates and isolates before he launches his attack.

A true son does not have only his effort; he has also his father’s involvement. When a son knows his father, he has an identity, but if a father acknowledges a son, the son has an inheritance. Honour your heritage in the anointing because it increases and heightens the flow. 

Joseph’s father gave him a garment. Garments of life and destiny are given to us by words of the mouth of anointed fathers. When you walk into the blessing of your father, you enter into positive trafficking. Be a wise son; protect the anointed linkages in your life.

 

PRAYER: Lord, help me to protect my anointed linkages. Amen.

 

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: 2 Chronicles 14:1-16:14, Romans 9:1-24, Psalm 19:1-14, Proverbs 20:1

 


 


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