Expect Gods Favor sermon video. Expect God’s Favor (3,354 YouTube views) – If you were literally spending a day with Jesus, you would expect some special things to happen. You wouldn’t fear anything. You would expect God’s favor. You are walking with Jesus you’d expect to receive preferential treatment. Expect God’s favor and walk in it by declaring it. When you pray, pray the favor of God upon your life. Let us begin with an explanation of what I mean by “God’s Favor.” God’s Favor is when God causes people to desire to become a problem solver in your life and they do – divine connections. God’s Favor is when unexpected people express an attitude of goodness toward you. For no obvious reason, they go out of their way to help you obtain something you need or want.
THE FAVOR OF GOD
By Pastor Delbert Young
Expect Gods Favor sermon video
Expect God’s Favor
Scriptures: Psalms 84:11-12; Proverbs 8:35-36; (Amplified) Proverbs 8:35; Proverbs 18:21; Mark 11:23; (Amplified) 1 Peter 1:13; Joshua 10:12, 14
God’s Favor is when God makes the sun and the moon stand still for you – strange things happen for your good. How many could use a little more of those things in your life?
God wants to pour out upon us his favor. He wants to provide us with special advantages and preferential treatment. God wants to make our lives easier and that is what God’s favor is about. When you enter every day, you should expect God’s favor to be upon and with you.
Psalms 84:11-12 For the LORD God is a SUN AND SHIELD; the LORD BESTOWS FAVOR AND HONOR; no good thing does he withhold from those WHOSE WALK IS BLAMELESS. O LORD Almighty, blessed is the man who trusts in you.
God’s favor is like the sun – warmth, enlightenment, clarity. God’s favor is a shield – protection/boldness. Honor is associated with God’s favor. That word blameless messes with us. Notice it is blameless not “faultless.” King James interprets it as uprightly. The Hebrew word is tamiym meaning integrity and truth. It, basically, means being a good person seeking to live a life of goodness and excellence. (continue sermon notes)
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