I know who is trying to take your POWER away!
“Now it is God who makes both us and you stand firm in Christ. He anointed us, set His seal of ownership on us, and put His Spirit in our hearts as a deposit, guaranteeing what is to come.”
Second Corinthians 1:21-22
You always hear me tell you to declare after me, “I am too anointed to be disappointed.” But, I got a strong feeling that there is something that you are dealing with. This thing is so strong that you can’t even open your mouth to repeat after me.
My Beloved, I know what is troubling you. Sometimes you believe and sometimes you have unbelief. This back and forth in your head and in your heart is causing you to feel so weak that you can’t see your anointing. But God heard your cry and sent you a prophet who sees.
Say with me, “I am too anointed to be disappointed!”
As I was declaring this today in prayer, God showed me your name and told me to remind you today that you are too anointed to be disappointed. Whatever trouble has disappointed you, whatever trouble that’s been trying to get to you, you will overcome it today.
Listen, your anointing that God placed inside of you will overcome every disappointed trap that the enemy tries to assign to you.
The enemy is the thief that comes to kill and destroy. But, I tell the enemy to go back to the pit of hell RIGHT NOW!
Anytime God is about to ELEVATE your status, your money, your health, your mindset, your dressing, He does it by releasing another fresh wind of anointing. This anointing is called GRACE and FAVOR.
GRACE is when you don’t look like what you have been through.
FAVOR is when you gain access to something beyond your ability.
What does this mean? It means anytime God releases this grace and favor over your life, nobody can touch you.
The enemy who tried to bring sickness to your body can’t touch you.
The naysayer who said you would never amount to anything in life can’t touch you.
The boss who didn’t give you your due promotion can’t touch you.
The lover who left the relationship with you can’t touch you.
The friend who stabbed you in your back can’t touch you.