31 Keys to Possessing Your Promise

31 Keys to Possessing Your Promise
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Publisher: Rodney Burton Ministries
Publication Year: 2012
Length: 108 pages
ISBN: 9781479303106

In Joshua we read that the children of Israel defeated thirty-one kings in order to inherit their promise. From the names of those cities we will consider our own keys to inheriting God’s promise. From the definition of these cities we will draw out a thirty-one key devotional journey to our inheritance. Some of the keys will involve what we must overcome or gain victory over; other keys will be principles or characteristics that are important for us to embrace. Together we can discover and use the keys, enabling us to possess our promised inheritance.

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Have you ever wondered why you weren’t fully possessing all that you felt God had for you? Have you ever felt as though you were walking in only part of the blessing and favor God intends for you? If so, this is the devotional for you. We explore 31 keys to help each of us possess the promises that God has for us. By exploring the 31 kings defeated by the children of Israel in taking possession of the Promised Land, we consider the significance of the cities ruled by those kings and develop the keys that we ourselves need to embrace in our own lives. Some of the keys we explore are:

– Overcoming the walls of darkness in your own life.
– Embracing genuine peace.
– Dealing with intimidation and realizing you are victorious.
– Stepping into true freedom and fruitful Christian living.
– Walking in the favor of God.

Together in this journey WE CAN walk in newness of life, in the fullness of God, and into possession of God’s promises.

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