Introduction

Romans 4:21 tells us, “No unbelief made [Abraham] waver concerning the promise of God, but he grew strong in his faith as he gave glory to God, fully convinced that God was able to do what He had promised.” They were mocked by the world as Abraham was old and Sarah was long-barren. They had to face many trials, but as this verse reminds us, their faith in the promise and the glory of God kept them focused on the promise as was evidenced by their desire to worship Him without ceasing.

God has given each of us a destiny that the world thinks would be impossible to ever achieve. They are right that they would be impossible to achieve without being in perfect alignment with God’s will. As we each face an obstacle to that promise, we have a choice to continue believing in the promise by keeping our eye on His Glory, or we can crumble with self-doubt, anger, sadness and disbelief. If we choose to keep our eye on Him, He will show us the way overcome the obstacle and continue on our journey to the promise as we praise Him all the way.

Activation

Begin walking people through the steps of the activation.

  • The first will be to dance in front of a red billow cloth to celebrate the power of Jesus Christ to forgive, overcome, give mercy and to give grace. After a short worship, the billow will be lifted.
  • On the other side of the billow will be a rope, representing an obstacle that often tries to trip us up and take our eye off our destiny. We will pause for just a moment in front of the rope to consider what obstacle and ask God for His strategy to help us overcome it, all the while keeping our eyes on the two green flags ahead, representing our destiny. We will continue to keep our eyes on the green flags and step over the rope to the other side.
  • Then walk under a yellow billow representing victory over the obstacle.
  • Next, walk under the green flags, which represent destiny being realized.
  • The activation will end with everyone worshipping together on the other side of the flags to celebrate His faithfulness.

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