God wants you to learn how to expand your thinking. He wants you to know that you can live without limits, a limitless life.
Adam and Eve were given specific instructions and boundaries by the Lord. They were told, “Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it; have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over every living thing that moves on the earth” (Genesis 1:28).
The Garden of Eden was self-sustaining, lush, and they had everything they needed. They were all set up for increase. There was just one boundary. They were told, “Do not touch the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.” It was a healthy boundary that God set in place. However, the enemy confused them and they chose to disobey God’s instructions and touch the forbidden fruit. Adam and Eve were kicked out of the garden, and they entered a realm of limitations.
Through a relationship with Jesus and confession of sin, time is redeemed. You can now live a life of redemption, a life of limitlessness. It’s like being placed back into the Garden of Eden!
We gain dominion back through what Jesus has done for us. He has redeemed the time, and it has now been lengthened and expanded. The dominion that the Lord gave to Adam and Eve, He has now given to you! It’s time to step into this dominion and walk in His authority.
Determine to take time in this month of Cheshvan to make sure you are being fruitful, multiplying, increasing. Examine yourself. Are you fulfilling God’s plan for you? Or do you find that you are full of anxiety, confusion, and constantly under attack? If you’re not aligned with God’s command to be fruitful and multiply, simply ask the Lord to forgive you and to reposition you with Him.
RISE UP! Begin to take dominion! God is saying to you today, “It’s time to take dominion again so you can live without limits!” When you take dominion, you will put a protective boundary around yourself. The enemy will be restricted in your life, and your fruit will grow quickly!
Share this with a friend. Choose to live with the confidence that you are seated with Christ in heavenly places! Here, there is rest, peace and authority.