There’s a Woman for Every Great Moment

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Because we are so carnal, when it has to do with our own family, we try to handle all things through the natural and not the spiritual. We solve it, we say, “Let’s go to the doctor.” We start using human intuitions and human reasoning, and we don’t stop and back up and say, “Wait a minute. This may not be able to be dealt with through the natural of my thinking. This may be a spiritual issue.” When that’s not happening, you get a problem. You get children that are unruly and out of control, and you think it’s just because, they’re 2 or 3. You don’t realize that a demonic spirit has come in through you or through your lineage, and something is activating this child.

There’s iniquity, and there’s sin, and then there’s transgressions. Transgression is what you willfully know to do, sin is what you were born in, and iniquity is what comes from your mother or father or grandparents down the line. And only by the blood of Jesus can you break that line so that thing is not flowing into your child. It gets blocked and you can break that thing and have a freedom in your life. But when you don’t have a spiritual understanding, you don’t have a clue that your uncle’s father down the line was a murdering horse thief, or an alcoholic or heroin addict. You’re trying to figure out why your kid is doing this. It’s because the bloodline is in the blood!

You need to understand there are spiritual things that come into that bloodline, and they’ll transfer. So we need to make sure we get in the spiritual lane, and the spiritual world, so we’re not looking at natural reactions and handling it in the wrong way.

Now, in Matthew 15, it says, “Going away from there, Jesus withdrew to get away.” In verse 23, “He didn’t answer her a word.” Why? They had been ministering, so the disciples withdrew to another region that’s not normal for them to be in. They wanted a break, a place to get away from it all. Now watch this, verses 22 through 28, “He did not answer her a word, and His disciples came and implored Him, saying, ‘Send her away, for she is crying after us.'” See, that meant they put themselves in the same category as Him. “We’re like You, Jesus.” But that woman didn’t want them!

“He answered, I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel. But she came and, kneeling, worshiped Him and kept praying, Lord, help me! And He answered, It is not right (proper, becoming, or fair) to take the children’s bread and throw it to the little dogs. She said, Yes, Lord, yet even the little pups (little whelps) eat the crumbs that fall from their [young] masters’ table. Then Jesus answered her, O woman, great is your faith! Be it done for you as you wish. And her daughter was cured from that moment.”

That’s power. That’s the persistence of a mother! That’s a mother that broke through. Even when the disciples were turning her away, that’s a mother that said, “I can’t be denied!”


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