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Intro


Breaking
Invisible
Barriers

 

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Intro


Breaking
Invisible
Barriers

 

Get rid of what's holding you back

Surrounding your life right now are invisible barriers; beliefs, thought patterns, norms and habits. You can't see them, you may not even be aware of them, but they are dictating your future. In this seven week devotional, we are going to expose and expel these hindrances from your life so that you can breakthrough to your next breakthrough.

Visit this page each week, for a brief review of the week's teaching, downloadable notes and practical steps and prayers that you can pray to move into the future that is yours. We'll also link to further reading and resources that can help take you further into your journey of freedom.

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6: Walls


6: Walls

6: Walls


6: Walls

Short term gain, long term pain

When we are hurt, it's only natural that we take steps to reduce the pain our heart feels. The walls we put up in times of hurt keep pain out, but they also keep the perfect antidote out too; God's love.

Two common walls that people put up are the hardening of their heart and inner vows. When we harden our heart to keep from feeling pain, we run the risk of developing a heart of stone over time.

Inner vows are made in response to hurt. They often sound like "I will never..." or sometimes "I will always...". Both these defense mechanisms come with long term side effects that can keep us trapped, long after they are built.

In this week's session we will learn how to remove both the heart of stone and break our inner vows. Get ready for a whole wealth of freedom!


Resources

Download the notes from this week.

Download the prayers and declaration sheet for this week.

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5: You are what you believe


5: You are what you believe

5: You are what you believe


5: You are what you believe

Everyone of us lives life out of what we believe

God’s plan was that we would receive messages of truth about our identity and and purpose. That out of knowing Him and knowing who we are we would live full lives in accordance with that truth.

The enemy’s plan is to rob us of our identity and destiny. He takes every opportunity to sow lies into the very same areas God pours in life. Each time we agree with the enemy we allow those ungodly beliefs to become part of our foundation.  

The problem is, these lies - about ourselves, others, God and life itself - then affect our decisions, our actions, our emotions and self-worth, even our physical bodies.  These beliefs affect every area of our lives.

The beliefs that are not in agreement with God’s truth, word & nature are called ungodly beliefs. It's important we identify them and replace them with godly beliefs.


Resources

Download the notes from this week.

Download the prayers and declaration sheet for this week.

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4: Bitter Root Judgments


4: Bitter Root Judgments

4: Bitter Root Judgments


4: Bitter Root Judgments

Bitterness is not the look you are going for

When we are hurt by someone close to us, it's only natural to feel angry. But that anger left unchecked can chew us up on the inside. When anger festers, over time it turns to bitterness. Bitterness has a tendency to burrow down deep and the Bible teaches us that roots of bitterness can spring up later in life and cause trouble.

One of the fascinating - but ultimately devastating - effects of bitterness is that it can reach out and defile those around us. It defiles them to fulfill our expectation of disappointment and hurt and in doing so wrecks havoc in our relationships. In this week's teaching we'll show you where bitter roots come from, but more importantly, we show you how to get rid of them.


Resources

Download the notes from this week.

Download the prayers and declaration sheet for this week.

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3: The Key to Freedom


3: The Key to Freedom

3: The Key to Freedom


3: The Key to Freedom

The Importance of Forgiveness

One of the things we've all faced is the feeling of hurt or betrayal from another human. In those moments of pain, we typically withdraw in an effort to keep the pain away and respond in anger. However, Jesus teaches us that refusing to forgive those that hurt us will actually increase the pain we are feeling. His instruction and his demonstration is one of forgiveness.

There's no getting around it, forgiveness is hard, but it is essential. When we forgive, we open up our lives to receive blessing and we free ourselves from enormous physical and emotional baggage. In the prayers this week, we'll show you how to get free and stay free from pain. Listen to this week's bonus teaching for an incredible story from AJ's own life of forgiveness.


Resources

Download the notes from this week.

Download the prayers and declaration sheet for this week.

Listen to a free teaching from AJ about living a life of forgiveness.

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2: Judging & Receiving


2: Judging & Receiving

2: Judging & Receiving


2: Judging & Receiving

The Law of Judging & Receiving

One of the greatest traps we can fall into is yielding to the temptation to judge others. While it can feel fantastic to put others down so we feel good about ourselves, we actually set in motion a boomerang effect which ensures that we will be judged. The Bible teaches us that when we judge, we will be judged. Not only that, but the way in which we judge will determine how we will be judged!

Want to avoid being judged or gossiped about? Simple! Stop judging and gossiping about others! Want to ensure that you don't end up doing the things you dislike in other people's lives? Simple! Don't judge what you hate in others! While that seems counter intuitive, it is a fail safe plan to be free of judgment. You are called to live in freedom - no a prison of judgment. Get free and stay free!

 

The Law of Honor & Dishonor

Some of the people that are easiest to judge are those that hurt us the most. Unfortunately, for many people, the people who have hurt us the most are our parents. God never intended this. He gave us parents to teach us about Himself. That was always the plan. His desire was that you would have a mother and a father who would love, support and nurture you and in doing so would reflect His heart toward you.

Unfortunately, most of the time our parents were struggling with the demands of parenting and were likely never parented well either. As a result, all of us - no matter how wonderful our parents - have received broken messages of God's heart for us. In turn, we typically judge and dishonor our parents as a reaction to hurt. The Bible says that when we dishonor our parents, things will not go well for us. Fortunately Jesus came to rescue us from the damage and hurt of sin.


Resources

Download the notes from this week.

Download the prayers and declaration sheet for this week.

Listen to a free teaching about getting rid of emotional baggage handed down to you from your parents and grand-parents.

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1: The Invisible Laws


1: The Invisible Laws

1: The Invisible Laws


1: The Invisible Laws

As In The Physical, So In The Spiritual

Our physical world is subject to the many laws of physics. The laws of thermodynamics, the law of gravity, the law of aerodynamics and several others all operate around you. While you do not see them, you certainly see the effects of them in action. They are utterly impartial; they are indifferent to your age, your gender, your sexuality, your religion. They have no motive; though they can be used for good or bad purposes. They are not affected by your belief in them. Your lack of awareness of them, or your refusal to belief in them makes no difference. They do not require your participation in order for them to operate.

So too, in the spiritual realm of your life there are immutable laws at work that affect you and your world. They too are invisible. You do not see them, but you can see their effects upon your life easily. They too are utterly impartial; they are indifferent to your age, gender, sexuality or religion. They have no motive. To be sure they were designed to bring you good, but they can be used in negative ways too. They are not affected by your belief in them. Your refusal to belief in them makes no difference. They have been operating in your life since the day you were born, and way before then too. They have got you to where you are today.

 

The Law of Sowing and Reaping

The first spiritual law we'll look at is the law of sowing and reaping. God's not messing around. He is very clear: whatever we sow we will also reap. Remember, this law is utterly impartial. Just as the law of gravity doesn't care what is thrown up in the air, the law governs that what goes up, must come down. So too the law of sowing and reaping will ensure that you will reap what you sow.

But here's the good news, we can start sowing good fruit and we'll reap good fruit. If we're currently experiencing bad fruit in our lives (like jealousy, bitterness, criticism, poverty) we know somewhere down the line we've probably sown those things. If we will choose to take responsibility for sowing those bad things, repent from that sin and ask God to forgive us, we'll break the cycle of sowing and reaping.


Resources

Download the notes from this week.

Download the prayers and declaration sheet for this week.

Watch the video of two crooks reaping what they sow.