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What is keeping you out of "Your Promised Land?"

What’s keeping you out of your “Promised Land?

My daughter, Anna, sent me this last week. I thought it was worth passing along to all of you.

"The children of Israel refused to go into the Promised Land because they feared the giants in the land. Therefore they all died in the wilderness except for Joshua and Caleb. 40 years passed until the children of Israel finally mustered the courage to follow Joshua into the Promised Land. The funny thing is that Israel didn’t encounter a giant in the land for 374 years and then a 15 year-old kid killed him with a rock. What’s keeping you out of your Promised Land?"  ~ KV Ministries

 “Anything God

Has ever done

At any time

He can do NOW

Anything God

Has ever done


He can do HERE

Anything God

Has ever done

For anyone

He can do for YOU ”

A.W. Tozer

 Our God  is the God of the:

  • Impossible
  • Unlikely
  • Improbable
  • Unusual
  • Remarkable

“Quiet, everyone! Shh! Silence before God. Something’s afoot in his holy house. He’s on the move”

~ Zechariah 2:13 The Message Paraphrase

“And when the demon had been cast out, the mute man spoke. And the crowds marveled saying. Never was anything like this seen in Israel”

 ~ Matthew 9:13 ESV

“And amazement seized them all, and they glorified and were filled with awe, saying, we have seen extraordinary things today.”

~ Luke 9:26 ESV

“They all realized they were in a place of holy mystery, that God was at work among them. They were quietly worshipful—and then noisily grateful.”

~ Luke 7:16 The Message Paraphrase

(All underlining is mine for emphasis)

The greatest sin of Christians in the West is not possessing their possessions" ~ Francis Schaeffer

  • What are you believing God for these days?
  • What is holding you back from His “Promised Land” for you?
  • Is your God too small?






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