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24 September 2023

The Anointing – Part 7



The Lord has not left us powerless in this life.  He has provided supernatural ability for the individual believer and for the corporate body of Christ to grow spiritually and to fulfill the great commission.  This power is referred to in the Scriptures as the anointing.  The anointing is God’s power in and on our lives.  Another way to say this, is the anointing is the operation of the Holy Spirit in our lives.


In this series we are going to look at different aspects of the anointing from the Scriptures.  We are going to define what the anointing is.  We are going to look at how the anointing operates in the earth, and we are going to look at how we as believers are to cooperate with the anointing.  In addition to teaching from the Scriptures on the anointing we are also going to have demonstrations of the Holy Spirit.  According to Scripture the idea of knowledge is not just information but also application.  Church is the place learning so that when the Holy Spirit prompts you in the anointing to minister in your world you are ready and bold through knowledge to act.


Main Scriptures:  Isa 10:27 It shall come to pass in that day That his burden will be taken away from your shoulder, And his yoke from your neck, And the yoke will be destroyed because of the anointing oil. NKJV


1 John 2:20 But you have an anointing from the Holy One, and you know all things. NKJV


Part 7 – The Scriptures are filled with examples of the anointing.  The life and ministry of Jesus is one of the best places to see this.  In the wedding at Cana, we see that they had run out of wine, and we see Mary talking to Jesus about the problem.  Mary says to the servants concerning Jesus, “whatever He says to you, do it.”  The anointing is the power of God in operation producing the miraculous in our lives.  As we follow the Lord’s instructions concerning our lives there is a release of the anointing making impossible things possible. 



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