Through the ages, God has worked with and through men and women who have sought Him. And time would fail us to list all of the mighty things God has accomplished through the obedience and cooperation of His servants. But there is one commonality between them all. The Anointing, God’s mighty power, is never intended for the mediocre. Its intended to win the insurmountable battle. To accomplish the impossible feat. To heal the incurable. To conquer giants that occupy the land. To topple tyrannical strongholds that have bound God’s people. This anointing for grandeur caused a man and woman past the age of child bearing to bring forth a son. (Genesis 17:21) This anointing caused a man who was sold into slavery by his brothers to become second in command of the mightiest nation in the world. (Genesis 37-50

It caused a teenage boy to defeat a giant that the entire army of Israel was afraid of. (1 Samuel 17) It caused the early church to walk in such impact that they became known as those who had turned the world upside down. (Acts 17:6) So it will be with you. 

     As you begin to set yourself apart for the work of God, you’ll find that His power will come upon you, giving you visions of the impossible. A vision to see whole regions transformed by His glory. When His anointing comes upon you, you become unassailable. “By Thee have I run through a troop; by my God have I leaped over a wall.” (Psalm 18:29) “…They that know their God shall be strong and do exploits.” (Daniel 11:32)

Personal Prayer Point:

“Father, I give myself over to the greatness of Your plan for me. I renounce the unbelief that would tell me what You’ve put in my heart will never come to pass. I will see every purpose You’ve ordained for my life come to fruition.”

Scripture to Stand On:

(Daniel 11:32 — Psalm 40:7-8 — Psalm 107:24)

Corporate Prayer Point:

“Father, grant this ministry influence in the Inland Empire. Let us infiltrate every structure of this region to make impact by the Gospel. Grant us a demonstration of power that transforms the very culture that surrounds us.”

Scripture to Stand On:

(Acts 17:6 — Joshua 1:5-6 — Luke 14:23)