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It’s Not Just Resurrection Day! It’s Resurrection Season

In seasons of struggle and defeat, it’s all too easy to feel overwhelmed by a sense of inferiority. The scars of past battles can leave us feeling wounded and dismantled, questioning our worth and significance. We may look back on those times with regret, recognizing missed opportunities and moments of disobedience. It’s a familiar refrain: “I can’t get up. I can’t move past this place. I’m unworthy.”


But what if I told you that these feelings of inferiority are not rooted in truth, but rather in condemnation? The blood of Jesus was shed to free us from every ounce of shame, unworthiness, and struggle. Even in the darkest seasons, He is there, offering redemption and restoration. We must learn to hold onto endurance, allowing these trials to refine us, rather than succumbing to false emotions.


The enemy’s desire is to keep us bound, to push us outside of our identity in Christ. Perversion, in its truest sense, is anything that distorts our understanding of who we are in Him. If we agree with feelings of worthlessness or defeat, we serve the enemy rather than our Savior. But God calls us to seek Him, to fix our minds on things above, not on earthly troubles.


Resurrection Sunday serves as a powerful reminder of our ability to rise above adversity. Just as Jesus conquered death and ascended to glory, so too can we overcome our lowest moments and ascend to new heights. It’s a process that requires a decision—a decision to get up and rise, both physically and spiritually.


Yet, getting up is only the beginning. We must allow our minds, emotions, and hearts to rise alongside us. We cannot afford to dwell in a low place, for anything can pull us back down. We are called to be seated in heavenly places, to walk in the power and authority granted to us as children of God.


This Resurrection season marks a time of ascension—a time for the lowly to be exalted. But humility must accompany this ascent. We must cast aside our crowns of pride and self-reliance, surrendering to the supremacy of Christ. In doing so, we open ourselves up to a season of renewal, rejuvenation, and refreshing.


This journey of getting up and ascending is not without its challenges. It requires a steadfast commitment, a willingness to let go of the past and embrace the promise of the future. It’s about believing in the power that raised Jesus from the dead, knowing that same power resides within us and allowing it not just get you up but get you going.


As we rise, we step into our true identity as children of God—valued, cherished, and empowered to make a difference in the world. Our scars become evidence of His goodness, testaments to His faithfulness in the midst of adversity. We are not alone in this journey; we are surrounded by a kingdom ecosystem, each of us playing a vital role in advancing God’s agenda on earth.


So, let us embrace this Resurrection season with boldness and courage. Let us cast off the chains of fear and doubt, knowing that we serve a God who has already won the victory. Let us rise up, ascend, and go higher, for this is our season of renewal and restoration. And as we do, may we bring glory to the One who died and rose again for us—the ultimate example of overcoming adversity and ascending to glory.




This is our moment. Let us seize it with faith and determination, knowing that the best is yet to come. In the journey of rising above adversity and stepping into our promised land, there are moments when we may not recognize ourselves. We may feel stuck in the familiarity of our past seasons, even when we’re standing on the threshold of something new and transformative. It’s in these moments that we must cultivate a deep sense of self-awareness and spiritual sensitivity.


We must learn to discern the subtle shifts in the spiritual atmosphere, recognizing when we’re on the brink of breakthrough. God often speaks to us in whispers, nudging us towards the next step in our journey. But it requires us to quiet our minds and open our hearts to His guidance.


Just as the Israelites stood on the edge of the promised land, unaware of the abundance that awaited them, so too are many of us on the verge of stepping into our divine destiny. But we must be attuned to the leading of the Holy Spirit, ready to obey His prompting even when it defies our logic or comfort.


There is a window of opportunity open before us—a portal through which God’s blessings and promises are waiting to be released. But like all portals, it won’t remain open indefinitely. We must seize the moment, embracing a level of obedience that may be unfamiliar to us.


It’s a call to action, a call to move forward in faith, even when we can’t see the full picture. God is inviting us to step into our promised land, to claim the inheritance He has prepared for us. But it requires courage, obedience, and a willingness to let go of the familiar in order to embrace the extraordinary.


So let us not grow weary or complacent in our journey. Let us be vigilant, discerning the signs of the times and responding with boldness and obedience. For on the other side of our obedience lies the fulfillment of God’s promises—a future filled with hope, purpose, and abundant blessings.

Love Liv

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