Passover 5780: Deliverance
Pharaoh summoned Moses and Aaron in the night and said, "Get up, get out from among my people, both you and the Israelites! Go, serve the LORD as you have requested! Also, take your flocks and your herds, just as you have requested, and leave. But bless me also." - Exodus 12:31-32
Another blessing of Passover (Pesach) is Deliverance. Deliverance is natural or spiritual freedom and alignment with God's Will in our spirits, souls and bodies. The Israelites cried out to Yahweh for Deliverance and the worship of Passover ushered in the manifestation.
This is a season for our Deliverance, too. As we consecrate ourselves to The Lord and worship Him in our homes this year, He's visiting us with Divine Protection and Deliverance.
During Pesach, homes are made clean in preparation for His Presence. As we clean your homes - our souls and minds - we're to rid of them of everything known that's unfit for His Visitation. And when we do our part, He will do His.
I would be remiss as a teacher of The Word to not remind us that the Hebrew word for Visitation can also mean Judgment. The Just Judge rendered a guilty verdict on Egypt long ago while He Visited with Israel. As The Lord visits us in this season, our foes are being judged. Forgive and bless, just as Pharaoh asked of Moshe in Exodus 12:32, and then worship until you usher in The Glory of God.
Dad (insert your Name for Him), I submit to You spirit, soul and body and confess all sin, known and unknown. I nail these sins to The Cross and declare the enemy can no longer use them against me. I receive Your forgiveness and cleansing according to 1 John 1:9. I forgive anyone I'm carrying an offense toward. I decree a release of darkness in my soul and spirit and receive Your Light in to destroy its works in Jesus' Name. I decree The Son has set me free and I'm free indeed! Amen.
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