Morning Rundown: The Mystery of the Abiding Anointing

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The Mystery of the Abiding Anointing

The abiding anointing described in 1 John 2:27 is a vital key for all believers.

It reveals a powerful truth that is the foundation for everything else God gives you.

“But the anointing which ye have received of Him abideth in you, and ye need not that any man teach you: but as the same anointing teacheth you of all things, and is truth, and is no lie, and even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide in Him,” (1 John 2:27).

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Prophecy: Moving Into a Season of New Beginnings and Limitless Miracles

I heard the Lord say, “This is a season of new beginnings and limitless miracles. I am doing a new thing. You will exit the prison of heaviness, and the chains of despair will be broken. Every snare of the enemy will be shattered.

The discouragement and overwhelming hopelessness that have consumed you will crumble and fall off of you. Satan’s verdict will be overturned as I wield My gavel and rule in your favor! Your deliverance will occur suddenly. All at once, you will experience the freedom you have yearned to feel. My glorious light will expose the darkness that has dimmed your vision. Yes, you will see with great clarity.

Follow My directions as I lead you into your complete victory. This season will not only mark a celebration as you exit a place of hardship, but it will also be a time of joyous jubilation as you enter into something new.”

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Living in Peace With Prickly People

Have you ever had that one person in your life? You know, that one person who seems to be able to push all your wrong buttons at all the wrong times? We’ve all been there. And in our world today—with all the anger, hatred and violence—it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.

Fortunately, people who have flaws and faults are nothing new. All you need to do is read Genesis—the first book of the Bible, often referred to as “The Book of Beginnings”—to realize that. One of the earliest recorded stories in Genesis is about Cain, who killed his brother, Abel, because he was jealous of him (see Gen. 4:8). As we read on, we see a number of broken people who do terrible things (see Gen. 16:1–6; 19:30–38; 27:1–35; 37:18–36). And yet, the people involved in these situations are people God used for His plans and purpose—so I guess this means there’s hope for us too.

The truth is if we’re going to love anyone—no matter who they are—we have to accept that they’ll have flaws, because no one is perfect, including you and I. And if we’re going to live in peace, we must learn to walk in love. This means we need to learn to love people who are hard to love.

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