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Prayer: Father, I Receive Grace For Exploits That Go Above The Physical Boundaries That Surround Me

Scripture: "And Zadok the priest took an anointing lamp from the sanctuary, and anointed Solomon with it. After then, they blasted the trumpet, and the entire crowd said, God save King Solomon." 1 Kings 1:39

In today's world, there exist factors that force many people to remain in a state of stasis.

Due to the fact that no one in their family or community has ever achieved success, many people have given up on life.

Many people have succumbed down to the pressures of their surroundings. However, the reality is that quitting up is not the solution.

There is a way out, and it is referred to as the anointing.

In order to fulfill his or her destiny, a person must be moved beyond their own personal limitations and flaws.

A barrier that Solomon faced was his past — he was the offspring of an unlawful relationship, which put him at a disadvantage. How did someone like this rise to the position of King of a nation?

The anointing elevated him above his limitations and qualified him for the throne, despite the fact that he was not qualified from a human perspective.

When the anointing falls onto your life, beloved, your disqualifications become moot and insignificant.

When it comes to using the weak things of this world to confound the strong, God is a master at it.

He uses the weak things of this world to ensure that no flesh will glory in His sight (1Corinthians 1:27).

People may look down on you or disqualify you because of your family background, but when the anointing falls on you, it strengthens you and propels you beyond your constraints to fulfill your purpose in life.

Nobody can keep God's presence alive in a prison cell, and no prison can keep him alive.

Each and every adversary restriction over your life and destiny is uprooted by the power of the Holy Spirit today, in the name of Jesus Christ.

Our disqualification can sometimes become our qualification in God's eyes, so that we have no reason to be ostentatious or boastful in His sight.

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Kings Solomon Zadok

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