The theme for today’s Jerry Savelle daily devotional November 11 2022 is ”ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!”
Here is today’s Jerry Savelle daily devotional designed for your today’s spiritual refreshment. Kindly read today’s teaching by Jerry Savelle, meditate on the word of God and endeavor to act in accordance with them. As you start your day with God through his word, may he go before you to perfect all you have to do today.
SCRIPTURE: And it shall come to pass, when you become restless, that you shall break his yoke from your neck. (Genesis 27:40 NKJV)
Are you fed up with the enemy causing havoc in your life? Perhaps you are facing a situation that makes you want to shout enough is enough! That’s good, because when you’ve finally had enough of the constant battling in your life, you will throw off the devil’s yoke.
I’ve learned that if things aren’t too bad, people have a tendency to tolerate or endure trouble, thinking surely the Lord understands what they are going through and He will eventually just do something to fix the problem. However, when they become desperate enough, then they will do whatever is necessary to free themselves from the situation.
God declared through the prophet Isaiah, “Shake yourself from the dust, arise … Loose yourself from the bonds of your neck” (Isaiah 52:2 NKJV). Not only has He told us to free ourselves, He’s also given us the means to do it through His Word.
The Word of God is not a defensive weapon; it is referred to as “the sword of the Spirit.” It is an attack weapon! The Word is always available for you to use against your adversary, but you have to be comfortable enough to pick it up and apply it.
You have to reach the point where you grow restless over what is happening to you. When you become uncomfortable enough, you will rise up and use your authority in Jesus to throw off the enemy’s yoke.
So declare today “enough is enough,” and then rise up in the name of Jesus and walk in the freedom that He has already provided for you.
Confession: I rise up in the authority that has been given to me by Jesus Christ and declare “Devil, in the name of Jesus I break your yoke from my neck right now! I proclaim that you have no dominion over me.” Jesus has already set me free, and I choose to walk in that freedom today.
Author: Jerry Savelle