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Walk into the new annointing, not new to God, but new to you

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Pastor Brad Morgan

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Pastor Brad Morgan of New Life Beginnings Church in Brookshire / Pattison, TX is glad to share with you.  He begins in Psalm 31. God is releasing a season of reversals. Psalm 31 says, "In you o Lord I have put my trust, let me never be ashamed." This is part of the reason for this reversal.  When it looks like you are going to be put to shame, God will turn it around. Some of the doors that God is opening are going to look like they are trust. Matthew 7:7 says, "Knock and the doors shall be opened to you, seek and you will find, ask and it will be given to you." Some doors will open to you because of your perseverance. Where you have suffered shame and been embarrased, God is going to vindicate you openly. 

Psalm 31:7 says "I will be glad and rejoice in your mercy. For you have considered my trouble and known my soul in adversities." Note that adversities is plural here. God has considered our troubles and knows our adversities. In verse 8 it continues, "...and has not shut me up into the hand of the enemy, thou has set my feet in a large place." The devil wants to set your feet in a narrow, restricted place.  The devil wants to shut you up.  The enemy wants to restrict you, but God is expanding you. God is causing you to begin to dream again. 2914 is the season of the open door.  Things that have been closed are going to open. Ask, seek, knock the door down. Walk into the new annointing, not new to God, but new to you.