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Fears and Concerns Sabotage

(Melissa Gabler) — If God cloaks something for a time, it is not only to hide it from the devil and his destructive minions, but it is also to hide it from our own self-sabotage. Yes, the devil and self-sabotage are two different things.  However, the devil LOVES stoking the flames of self-sabotage! All we have to do is let our fears and concerns fall out of our mouths like kindling for the enemy’s threatening bonfire.  So many times we make the devil’s job so easy.

Equipping Discovery

(Kathy) Interference hits circumstances with intent to rob or sabotage.  Harassment aims for emotions and attitudes. Both are ultimately aiming to handtoeyeslookingkeep us from crossing thresholds and getting to fulfillment. Interference usually becomes obvious at some point, but harassment often needs to be discerned, especially if it is to be countered before it contaminates. Interference and harassment are nothing new but their pattern of targeting crucial thresholds is an equipping discovery that brings focus and clarity.
(This is the seventh excerpt from Kathy Gabler’s article “Hands Off!“. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.)

“Advancing The Kingdom” — Kathy’s message from the SEEC
Kingdom Conference (52 min.)
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Preventing Self-Sabotage

jumpintonet(Melissa G.) Because of Father’s mercy there is ALWAYS opportunity to live Plan A.  How? By becoming aware of how plan B is in effect in your life, and by letting Him process you out of it.  Sometimes our answers don’t come to immediate manifestation simply to keep us from self-sabotaging the outcome.  When God does a work it is complete.  If we have broken places that would cause the answer we are looking for to eventually fall apart (self-sabotage), He starts repairing the broken places first.  His intent is for us to be whole.  When we ask, He hears.  This may be why you seemingly have not received the answer you have been looking for.  God is faithfully and lovingly repairing the cracks in your foundation so the answer you’re waiting on completes the whole.  He gives the answers to us as we process out of what is trapping us.
(This is the eighth excerpt from Melissa Gabler’s article “Due Diligence Fear“. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.)


The Wilderness and Sabotage

(Kathy G.) Though Satan could not sabotage The Only Begotten Son’s relationship with Father, he obviously hasn’t quit trying to sabotage sons of God.  It gives us an edge to realize that devils are not geniuses nor mind-readers, but they can smell “wilderness” on us.  Sons are most vulnerable to be WildernessJesusdevoured when they are in a wilderness condition.  We are simply more easily shaken when we are in a wilderness place of feeling desolation, loneliness, abandonment, confusion, oppression and depression.  The wilderness is a low place with no way out, a smothering place with no wind of change or breath of hope stirring.  The issues of our own soul usually drive us into wilderness conditions, but Jesus was led by the Spirit into His wilderness experience.  That indicates some wildernesses are God plans for the process, but whatever the drive or draw, wilderness times are part of the process of moving “from glory to glory.”  The good news is that Father intends they work out for our good.  As mature sons, we can be confident that coming to glory means coming to a God outcome, and it is Father’s will that wildernesses end up positioning and changing us to fit promise and be equipped for purpose.
(This is the sixth excerpt from Kathy Gabler’s article “Bringing Sons to Glory“. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.)


Your Home #30

Your Home #30—May the Lord divert sabotage away from your family
that would affect your credit, your purchasing ability and your good name.

”So when the captains of the chariots saw Jehoshaphat [of Judah], they said,
“It is the king of Israel!” So they turned to fight against him, but Jehoshaphat
called out [for God’s help], and the Lord helped him; and
GOD DIVERTED THEM away from him.” (2Chron.18:31, Amp)

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