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Your Promise Is Not Dead Pt.5

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Don't let a counterfeit process cause you to produce an illegitimate promise.
Many are delivering fraudulent births in the spirit realm. These births look like the promise, echo the promise, are shaped like the promise, but they don't carry the DNA nor the SOUND of GOD. 
They look alive but they're impotent of producing life!
We must not allow the weight of a wait season cause us to present a surrogate womb to conceive what we were created to carry and deliver. 
Abram and Sari, (Abraham and Sarah) had a prophetic promise and they found themselves in a "weight wait" season. Though they had a problem, the promise yet remained. Sarah's womb was barren, but the prophetic word was alive. So many times we want to deliver "by products" of the flesh and want God to forge His signature on the birth certificate. It's time out for substitutes! The authentic birthings of anointings, mandates and mantels must come forth!
This is the time, the hour, that you must stay in your place of obedience and your posture of prayer and faith. Others may laugh at you, talk about you, and speak all manners of evil against you, but you hold fast to the promise. Even when your womb becomes a tomb and it looks like nothing shall come forth, you must know that GOD is able to cause a dead tomb to become a living womb to produce life! 
Abraham was 100 years old and Sarah was 90 when they produced the promise. What looks late to man is right on time with God, when it's ordained and orchestrated by Him. Don't doubt God, trust Him. Your promise is not dead.
And being not weak in faith, he considered not his own body now dead, when he was about an hundred years old, neither yet the deadness of Sarah's womb: He staggered not at the promise of God through unbelief; but was strong in faith, giving glory to God. He who promised is faithful.

 

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