(Matthew 11:12) And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force

Aggression is the platform for possessing all that redemption has provided. It is aggression that gives you access to your blessing. If you are gentle, there are powers that will block you. The reason why spiritual violence is required to possess your possession is because there are powers that have vowed that though your inheritance has been paid for, you won’t enter or see it.

God took Abraham into the land that flowed with milk and honey and said “I will give it to you for an inheritance” (Genesis 12:6-7). But certain powers wanted to prevent them from accessing the Promised Land. The Israelites had to be spiritually violent. They have to fight inorder to gain entry and possess the land. The land God promised them were occupied by the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Amorites, the Perizzites, the Hivites and the Jebusites (see Exodus 3:8) It was their responsibility to fight and clear all the ‘sites’ possible before they can possess.

God has given us salvation. Salvation connotes freedom and deliverance. The death of Christ is the payment for the price of everything you need in life and destiny. Beloved, God can promise you a thing but you need to be violence to take it. Redemption provides healing, but why are you still sick? Something is contending with your health. How can your Father be rich and you are broke? Redemption has provided your marital fruitfulness, but why are you still without a child? Non shall lack her mate in Zion, but why are you still single? How can you serve the all wise God and be foolish? How can you serve the God of wealth and be looking for house rent? It is an error.

Today, you are taking back what belongs to you in Jesus name. You have to be spiritually violent and aggressive. Freedom is never given, it is taken. Insist on your victory. Pray until something happen. Refuse to take no for an answer. The Bible says, “resist the devil and he will flee from you” (James 4:7). I see you breaking forth in Jesus name, Amen.

Meditation: God can promise you a thing, but you need to be spiritually violent to take it.

RM: Enough is Enough DBR: Numbers 21-22

Prayer: In the name of Jesus, I aggressively take back every blessing that has been purchased for me in

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