Bill Johnson - Refine Your Focus for Miracles (Joshua 3:4) (October-28-2019)

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Monday, 28 October 2019 09:43

Bill Johnson (October-28-2019) Sermon: Refine Your Focus for Miracles (Joshua 3:4). Bill speaks from Joshua and Judges about preparing our hearts for our breakthroughs. God told Gideon to go into the enemy’s camp in order to be encouraged. He went and he heard an enemy soldier describe a prophetic dream of Gideon’s victory. This quote sums it up: “We need a heightened awareness of His presence because we want to follow Him into the next breakthrough. So, we refine our focus, refine our attentions, and refine our values to make sure we're all in. When a shift is about to happen and you can sense the Lord is about to bring dramatic increase in anointing for ministry - that's not the time to diversify your energy. That's the time to refine your focus and say, “I'm giving myself to this season because I'm anticipating a breakthrough.” When the weightiness of miracles is put on an unsanctified heart it crushes it; buy when the weightiness is put on a sanctified heart it establishes it. There comes that sobering moment when I realize I've got to refine my focus. I've got to make sure that I'm giving all my attention to this thing that I believe God is doing.”

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Bill Johnson - Refine Your Focus for Miracles (Joshua 3:4) (October-28-2019)
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Johnson was born in Minnesota in 1951 and became a Christian as a young child. Soon after, Johnson read seven books on prayer, which significantly affected his perspective and subsequent ministry.

Johnson's father, Melvin Earl Johnson (1929-2004) was the senior pastor at Bethel Church in Redding from 1968-1982 and subsequently became Executive Officer of the Northern California/Nevada District Council of the Assemblies of God. Earl Joh ...

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