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Your Promise Is Not Dead Pt 3

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The word God spoke concerning you is not dead! Often times we're in a wait season that brings about the weight of carrying the promise. A "wait" season is not a time of doing nothing. It's a time of preparation, a time of "active" labor. When a woman is expecting a baby she doesn't wait until she's on the delivery table to start making preparations for her baby's arrival. No, between the pregnancy and the delivery of the promise, there's a process that she goes through. There's weight gain, appointments to the doctor, exercise, getting the nursery ready, etc. She's actively preparing to accommodate the arrival of her baby. In the spirit realm, being pregnant with purpose is not for us to just sit and not prepare ourselves for what's to come. Stop despising your "waiting room" season and actively go through the labor of preparation and meet those requirements that God has scheduled for you. It's imperative to grow as you go to ensure a safe delivery. Can you handle the weight of your wait?  Can you go through the process to get to your promise?Sometimes when we're in this midst of our "waiting room" experience, the "weight" we're carrying can become so heavy because we're ready to see the manifestation of our promise. Don't allow the weight of the wait cause you to push out the promise before it's time. It is imperative that we discern between our "due and do season".  Abraham and Sarah had a prophetic promise  but because the weight of their wait season looked "barren" they decided to countefeit the process. A countereit process will produce an illegitimate promise. How many of us are delivering fradulent births and get upset because God doesn't forge His signature on it? Don't allow the weight of the process to induce you out of our wait season, the promise is not dead! 

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