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The Right Hand Of God

Joyce Meyer (6)

By the way, if you don’t learn how to sit, you’ll always come to these places of giving up. Hebrews 10:12: whereas this one Christ, after he had offered a single sacrifice for our sins [that shall avail] for all time, sat down at the right hand of god, (vs. 13) then to wait until his enemies should be made a stool beneath his feet. Whoa!  Hallelujah! Jesus is seated in heavenly places waiting for the devil to be made a footstool for his feet and the bible says that we are seated in him or with him in heavenly places. He entered the rest of god and through our relationship with him, we are supposed to be entering the rest of god.

The reason why I’m going to take the time to do this tonight is because if you don’t understand this process, you will never run your race. Most people are trying to have some big thing, they’re trying to run their race, have their success, have their victory, but they don’t know how to live in the rest of god. When you enter that Sabbath rest that we talked about a little bit this morning, you cast your care on god, you’re not worried, you’re not frustrated, you’re not upset, you trust god to do what needs to be done in your life, you don’t know how he’s going to do it, you don’t know when he’s going to do it but you have such faith and such hope that you don’t really care how he does it or when he does it because you know that it will be done right and it will be done perfectly and you are perfectly happy to wait.

You don’t despise the process because you’ve learned that by entering the rest of god, you can enjoy the journey. How many of you want to enjoy your journey in Christ versus being miserable all the time because you have to have it right now? (applause) god changes us from glory to glory and I think we need to enjoy every glory we’re in. If you look at the person next to you, they may be in a glory beyond where you are. They may know more of the word than you.  They may have more victory than you in some area. What the devil wants us to do is look at somebody else and then not enjoy our glory because now we want to be in their glory. You could be happy praying fifteen minutes a day until you go to breakfast with sister super Christian who’s praying three hours a day. (laughing)

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