I just saw a post regarding how it's ...the anointing that destroys yokes...Isaiah 10:27 - And it shall come to pass in that day, that his burden shall be taken away from off thy shoulder and his yoke from off thy neck, and the yoke shall be destroyed because of the anointing. (NKJV)
So my question is, we who say we've been anointed for one thing or another, then why do you have the same yoke for the past "upteen" years?
This question is being asked because as we continue to profess and quote cliches concerning the Word of God, we must never forget that there must be proof/evidence to what we're speaking/professing.
The anointing placed upon our lives is not only for those to whom we're ministering but it most definitely should be applied to us first. Correct? I was taught that we are to be the first partaker of what we teach, preach, pray and sing about.
In quoting scripture verses without application is just a statement that has not been proven to be what you say it is.
We must be the proof for others to see what we speak/quote is not just mere words but they can and will do what it says.
Let the Word of God do the work and we become submitted vessels/conduits of its performance and perfecting.
Evangelist Nodella Jordan