Have you ever felt stuck? Have you ever felt as though there are more of God’s promises to be had but something keeps you from moving toward them? It’s a place in life where your God-given goals, dreams, and desires seem unobtainable, a place where growth has ceased and you can’t seem to get past the plateau of complacency or mediocracy. Whether it’s in your marriage, your career, your church, or ministry, there are always new levels of life, faith, and ministry that God wants us to experience. We must understand however, that our journey to the promises of God will not be an easy one. As Christians, we have been placed on a Pathway to Promise; but the enemy will do everything in his power to steal, kill, and destroy our ability to move forward on this path and reach our promises.
Pathway to Promise first looks at the early days of the life of David. As we take an in-depth look at the epic battle between David and Goliath, we will see certain principles established in his life that allowed him to live the life of an overcomer, and it will teach us how to overcome the enemy that continually stands between us and the promises of God. We will also explore the principles displayed early in Jesus’s life that allowed him to move in power as he did. Our pathway to promise ultimately leads us to heaven, but God’s will is for us to bring as many people as possible with us. In the second half of this book, we will use the early days of Jesus’s life and ministry as an outline in discovering how we too can Move in Power as Christ calls us. David’s life teaches us to overcome the enemy that comes against us, but Jesus’s life teaches us to overcome the enemy that comes against others.
Galatians 6:12 teaches us that our struggles in life are the result of the spiritual forces of evil that continually come against us. Therefore, as God’s children who have been placed on a pathway to promise, learning to overcome is one of the most important lessons we can learn. Pathway to Promise: Learning to Overcome is a practical guide designed to help us overcome the spiritual forces of evil trying to keep us from the promises of God.