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Delegated Authority Part 6 (Audio) Faith will increase! Encouragement will manifest!

(Highlights)

We learned that if our value of any subject is high enough we will have the needed determination to operate in it everywhere we go.

This would include the subject at hand, the believer’s delegated authority.

In the book of Exodus, Moses and Aaron used their delegated authority.

They had permission to speak to the enemy. 

(Observation) If you read the book of Exodus you will notice that God uses Moses and Aaron as His mouthpiece to give commands to Pharaoh their enemy.

God used His people to get the job done. (Even a donkey, see Numbers 22:21-35)

In other words, Moses and Aaron are exercising their delegated authority in the physical realm, which I believe is a type (Likeness) of what we should be doing today but in the spiritual realm.

They are giving the commands from God to Pharaoh.

We are to give commands (directed by the Holy Spirit) to Satan and his demons.

Our commands must be in harmony with God’s will.

We need to know what is forbidden and permitted.

We cannot guess. (This is why we study God’s word)

Matthew 18:18
"Truly I tell you, whatever you forbid and declare to be improper and unlawful on earth must be what is already forbidden in heaven, and whatever you permit and declare proper and lawful on earth must be what is already permitted in heaven." AMP

I have mentioned the word “delegated” several times.

Listen to what the word “delegate” means in the dictionary.

1. to entrust to another

2. to appoint as one's representative

3. to assign responsibility or authority

The one command that was spoken was “Let my people go”.

Let my people go”:  mentioned nine times in the Bible all in the book of Exodus.

However, it was seven commands.

1. Exodus 5:1

2. Exodus 7:16

3. Exodus 8:1

4. Exodus 8:20

Exodus 8:21 (Not a command)

5. Exodus 9:1

6. Exodus 9:13

7. Exodus 10:3

Exodus 10:4 (Not a command)

Some of us might be afraid to speak to the enemy with our delegated authority.

Or maybe we think “I cannot speak like that pastor or teacher or that person”.

However, God will help us speak our authority to the enemy.

This brings up the issue of excuses.

God wants to use Moses, but Moses is giving God a bucket of excuses.

Continue listening for greater understanding!

  

Click here for part one it will definitely be worth your time!