In this week’s show Steve we got into the topic of ” God Wants You Delivered.” We started out by reading Luke chapter 4 verses 16 through 21 where Jesus quoted from Isaiah 61:1 and 2. We followed the details from both books and we could see Jesus Christ rightly divided God’s Word when He stopped before the words “the vengeance of our God.”

Jesus read “The spirit of the Lord was upon me, because he had anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor: he hath sent me the heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and the recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised.”

God wants us to be released today from whatever prison is holding us. Prisons are not only made of bars and steel. God wants our minds to be free from thoughts frustration and fear, self-condemnation, sickness, worry, disease, anxiety, suicide and death. These are the most torturous types of prisons. God wants us to be free from all of these and also for us to get rid of the prisons that we have in our own minds of resentment, from pride, from envying and jealousies, from obsessions and oppressions that has been eating away at us. God wants us to be free from all of these also.

Jesus taught a group of people in John 8:31 “Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; 32 And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”

When somebody teaches on the deliverance of God there are really two teachings going on. One is for the new person who is hearing God’s Word that they can know that God is a God of deliverance. And at the same time another teaching for those who are disciplined ones, who continue in God’s Word, that we can know how to help people and bring God’s deliverance. We can give them God’s Word and bring God’s deliverance to them as we work together with God.

God has called us as the ones who continue in God’s Word and has called us disciplined ones or disciples, that we can know how to bring the Word of deliverance to others and set them free.

Until the next time we get together, may God bless you abundantly.

Agape,

The Teacher: Steve Jaynes
The Announcer: Maurice Coleman
Intro and Outro Music: Pamela LoVerme Janovyak, Her version of “Be Thou My Vision” from her CD Behold

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