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It's already in the house

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Sermon shared by Revivalist Terry Sisney

August 2008
Summary: A Powerful revelation for receiving a miracle in your life. God says you have what it takes,
Denomination: Pentecostal
Audience: Believer adults
Sermon:
She wanted the prophet to do something for her, to help her out of her dilemma, some kind of blessing to help her out of her mess.

What the Man of God really said to her was: Itís already in the house

I know itís a little hard to believe right now, but your healing is already in the house, your financial breakthrough, your prosperity, your new car, your new anointing, the salvation of your children.
Itís already in the house.

Let me say also that there are millionaires in the house, there are apostles and prophets, pastors, teachers, and evangelists in the house, there are miracles, signs and wonders in the house.

This woman was desperate she was looking for a blessing, a way out of her problem, but she needed more than just a blessing, she needed more than a few dollars, she needed a life style change, she needed a turn around.
If there is one thing that I know about God it is that he is in the business of turning things around.

I hear the Lord saying turn around, God is getting ready to turn some things around, somebody
Body has a court ruling, a decision thatís been made against them, but God said he is going to step in and turn it around.
Somebody has been fighting sickness, God said health is coming.

Where there has been lack, abundance is coming
Where there has been sorrow, joy is coming
Where there has been confusion, peace is coming.
Where there has been loss, God says restoration is coming

If you can believe it today, God is getting ready to change your lifestyle.
This woman was desperate: The bible says (Now there cried ) This most likely means that she had reached what she considered the critical point, if she was like most of us she had tried everything she could think of but nothing changed.
(like the woman with the issue of blood who had tried many physicians, and spent all she had, and was nothing better but in fact grew worse) Her desperation brought her to Jesus

This woman said: The creditor is come to take my two sons to be bondmen.

Is come:
Not just talking about it, not calling me and harassing me, or threatening to take me to court, not sending me mean letters in the mail.
He is come

Let me make it a little plainer and maybe a little more personal
Divorce is come
Cancer is come
Bankruptcy is come
The storm is come

In other words: itís my house thatís in trouble now, itís not just your children on drugs now, itís mine
Itís not your teenager thatís pregnant, now itís mine
Itís not some unknown nameless soldier over in Iraq now itís my son, my daughter, my husband.

Itís not your house their foreclosing on, itís mine
Itís not your kid locked up in jail for gang banging itís mine
Itís not your son that just came out of the closet and said heís really a woman trapped in a mans body, itís mine.

There is just something about it, that when it comes to your house itís different.

For some reason we get a little more serious and aggressive about it when itís our boat that is sinking.

She reached the place of desperation and cried unto the prophet

There comes a point where you donít have time to be cute anymore, and you donít care who sees you cry,
Desperation has a way of getting rid of foolish pride.

When Jairus got desperate for his daughter to be healed, he didnít care who saw him with Jesus, his reputation as a religious leader didnít mean anything compared
Comments and Shared Ideas
Nathan Muncy
September 20, 2008
Good sermon,very helpful, thanks for sharing this one with us on Sermon Central
Tom Scarberry of True Believers Fellowship
September 17, 2008
PRAISE GOD Pastor I still have Holy Spirit chills running down my spine. What a powerful God given message that I think we ALL needed to hear. Thank you.
Ed Schoolcraft
September 15, 2008
Excellent sermon, thanks for sharing!

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