JACOB Bring Out What Is Inside sermon video. Like Jacob there’s a wrestling match within between who you want to be and who it’s easy to be. It’s easy to be common and natural. Anybody can do that, but it’s not easy to be who you and God want you to be – supernatural. That requires real change on the inside.

HEROES OF THE BIBLE
By Pastor Delbert Young

JACOB Bring Out What Is Inside sermon video

JACOB Bring Out What Is Inside sermon video

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JACOB Bring Out What Is Inside sermon video

Scriptures: Romans 12:2, Romans 8:29-31, Genesis 27:36, 32:24, 26-28

A problem many people have today is they don’t really like themselves. They usually won’t tell you that, but it’s true. I remember not liking myself. Many people come to the Lord because they are going through a bad time, but that wasn’t my case. I simply did not like who I was, so I wrestled. I looked ok on the outside, but on the inside, I always defaulted back to my failures. People focus on their faults and relive past disappointments. They replay the videos of their failures over and over in their minds then wonder why they don’t enjoy life or have excitement about life. The thing is you cannot be negative about yourself and expect to live a positive faith-filled life of abundance. You need an extreme makeover on the inside.

We need to think like the heroes we are. You need to think like a champion. Instead of thinking, “I don’t have anything to offer. I’m not attractive. I’m not talented,” think “I am a masterpiece. I am one of a kind. I am fearfully and wonderfully made. I’m talented. I’m creative. I have great ideas.” Don’t allow what you think about yourself to limit you. Think “out there” instead… (continue sermon notes)

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