The Impartation of Dignity


Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Theme: Understanding the Anointing /Beware of Men

Topic: The Impartation of Dignity

Scripture Reading:
Job 29:6-25

Main Text
Job 29:6
When I washed my steps with butter, and the rock poured me out rivers of oil;

God imparts dignity to you to make you influential.  He uses the anointing to impart dignity to you. Dignity is defined as the state of being worthy of respect or honour.

Dignity is influence and relevance. Job was one of the most anointed people in the Bible, yet many often, we don’t associate his life with the anointing. The rock poured rivers of oil to Job and he received dignity. Those who met him had no choice but to honour him.

When Job washed his steps in butter and the rock poured out rivers of oil to him, he had great influence on people (Job 29:7). One of the positive things that happens to you when you are anointed is that you sit in the place of relevance (Job 29:7). Judicial and business matters were settled at the gate (public square). Job was involved. He was not a marginalised person.

You will go out of your house into the city and sit among the people who matter. The anointing imparts to you the dignity to be relevant in your area of jurisdiction. You make decisions that are binding and determine the destinies of people (Matthew 16:17). You will be consulted on key issues in your city and your views will matter.

Pray that God by His anointing will impart some dignity into your life, that you will become relevant in your area of calling, ministry, business, work, community and country.

Extract From:
“The Nature of the Anointing” by Eastwood Anaba (Coming Soon)
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