Pastor Steven Furtick Sermon: My Mind Is Under Attack

Pastor Steven Furtick Sermon My Mind Is Under Attack

Pastor Steven Furtick Sermon My Mind Is Under Attack : Pastor Steven Furtick  of Elevation Church has come up once again with this greats and inspiring sermon  titled “My Mind Is Under Attack” where he emphasizes that you should not let the distractions behind you keep you from the door God has before you.

In this sermon Pastor Steven Furtick of Elevation Church reminds us to take our focus off of our past offenses and put them on the opportunities ahead.

This is an excerpt from “A Troubled Mind And An Open Door.” Going further, Pastor Furtick stated that  he refuses to let unforgiveness in his heart block the future God has for him.” He said: The life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the gospel.

That if you believe in his name, you will be saved. That’s the gospel.  That his blood atones for your sin, that you don’t have to have the blood of bulls and goats (Old Testament sacrifices), that by believing in his name you may have life. The Nothing could stop the gospel from progressing through Paul.

Paul understands if the  church at Corinth doesn’t get right with him, it’s going to affect the rest of his ministry  to the Gentile world. So he said, “I’m letting go of the offense to seize the opportunity.” Why am I preaching about that? Because some of you  are losing the opportunity because you won’t let go of the offense.

The opportunity is greater than the offense. So that’s Corinth. Then  there’s Troas. Anyway, take my word for it. This is what I want to get to. Between the two  is Macedonia.

Now Paul has sent a letter to the church at Corinth. Are you following me so far? They said, “Paul is not a real apostle. We like Apollos better. We don’t like Paul anymore.

He  told us to put our pants on and stop sleeping around and calling ourselves good Christians,  and we don’t like that. Paul told us to straighten up. We don’t like Paul anymore.

We liked him when he was telling us ‘Be safe and receive the free gift of forgiveness,’  but now he’s trying to put something in place that will actually help us live in Christian  freedom, and we don’t like that anymore. We’d rather be slaves to these mute, deaf idols.”

Paul is like, “No, no, . Stop that. You’ve got to stop that. God has given you an open door.

The Word of God says that if God opens a door, nobody can shut it. That’s in

Revelation 3:7-8. The Lord told the church at Philadelphia through the apostle John, who was  exiled on an island, and God still showed him a door. He was exiled on an island called Patmos,  and God showed him a door. He was isolated in a terrible situation, but God showed him a door.

Listen to what he prophesied to the church at Philadelphia. He said, “These are the words  of him who is holy and true, who holds the key of David.” That means Jesus Christ has a kingdom over which he has all authority. The key of David. That’s the God you serve.  So, when people leave you out, you’re not

locked out, because he has the key to that room.  Not everybody likes you. Not everybody has to. If God is for you, you don’t have to say anything. You don’t have to defend yourself.

You don’t have to go back and forth. Let it go, and get through this door. The door is yours. So, he says he holds the key of David. “What he opens…” This is speaking about salvation.

This is speaking about how Jesus Christ is the door, how you come to God through him,  through nothing else, through no other system. He is the author of salvation.  He is the finisher of our faith. He holds the key of David. I’m preaching about Jesus now. He said, “What he opens no one can shut, and what  he shuts no one can open. I know your deeds. See, I have placed before you an open door…”

No devil,  no depression, no trauma, no abuse. Nothing can stop the gospel of Jesus Christ from going forth  in your life, in your heart, in your marriage.

We give the Devil too much credit sometimes. We’ll say, “Oh, well, the Devil is attacking my marriage. The Devil is attacking my finances.”

That’s where you’re feeling it, but that’s not where the attack is happening.

The nutshell of Pastor Steven Furtick sermon here is that we should put our absolute trust in God, believe in him and be without fear. Whatever God approves, nothing can disapprove that. If God be for us, no man can be against us. We should stop giving credit or relevance to the devil. He has got no power over us.

Watch and learn from this sermon by Pastor Steven Furtick: “My Mind Is Under Attack” and keep tuned with Skyprediction as we  continue to update you with the latest sermons from Pastors around the globe.

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