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HOW MUCH DID YOU GET FOR YOUR PURPOSE /SPIRITUAL INHERITANCE / YOUR BIRTH RIGHT?

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WHAT DID THEY OFFER YOU IN EXCHANGE FOR YOUR
DIAKONIA OR GOD GIVEN PURPOSE OR SPIRITUAL BIRTH RIGHT?

WHAT WAS IT? WHAT DID YOU SETTLE FOR IN EXCHANGE
FOR TRUE BIBLICAL WEALTH; YOUR INHERITANCE OR BIRTH RIGHT? WHAT WAS IT?

The thing I’ve found with unclean spirits, is that they almost always offer some kind of ‘sweet reward’ to get a person to grant them access into their life. It could be forbidden sexual pleasure, supernatural power or knowledge of some kind (mind control, fortune telling, etc.), even healing (through occult powers), MUSICAL TALENT, singing skills, athletic power and/or self defense (martial arts); just to name a few.

SIN...living without the SHIN...the HaShem is pleasurable for a moment!

Dr. Will Rogers....aka....Masterteacher33
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Genesis 25 records the birth of two boys to Isaac and Rebekka. From the start, it seemed as they were struggling against one another in fierce competition.

Esau's Birthright
In ancient times, the birthright was a very important and sacred thing. It belonged to the firstborn. The family name and titles were to pass along to the eldest son. He would also receive a chief portion of the inheritance. But it was more than just a title to the physical assets of a family. It was also a spiritual position, and in the case of the people of God, God would lead the family through patriarchs, or fathers (Hebrews 1:1-2). Additionally, in the special case of Esau and Jacob, that meant the one to whom belonged the birthright was the one through who the covenant promise made to their grandfather, Abraham, would be realized. Ultimately, the Messiah would come through the holder of the birthright and bless the nations of the earth. Esau was the firstborn, and the birthright was his. But like many, he failed to appreciate its value and sacredness.

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