Break Old Cycles for 2012

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Elisabeth Farrell


Israel was an example of a corporate group who had to
overcome several things to enter their promised land. The following spiritual
assignment will allow us to move forward into the fullness of God’s plan for
our lives as we look toward 2012.

Make a list of old cycles. Now is the time
to break from any old cycle that has held your promise and destiny in
captivity. Declare that your Passover time of deliverance is now beginning. Ask
God for signs, wonders, and miracles that will intervene in old cyclical
structures of your life.

Be secure in timing. Declare that everything in your
past be repaired and restored so that your future can be unlocked. Look up and
see the window of heaven that is opening over you. Gain victory in strategic
warfare. Do not be afraid to ascend in worship.

This is a time to experience God’s glory. Draw near to God,
and He will draw near to you. Ask God to open your eyes so you can see His
glory. Make a list of promises. Even make a list of stirrings that have been in
your heart that have never come to fullness. Let His presence direct you into
the path of deliverance and pass over from captivity to freedom.

Position yourself for your future. The best is ahead!

About the author: Chuck
D. Pierce is the president of Glory of Zion International Ministries in
Denton, Texas. He is known for his prophetic gift and has
been used by God to mobilize prayer throughout the world. Pierce is also
the author of many books, including the best-selling Redeeming the Time. For more information about his ministry or to purchase resources, visit his website at gloryofzion.org.

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