90X #Prayerfor90Days FOR MEN ONLY Exit Wounds (Pt.2)

Oct 18, 2013   //   by Tina McCrea   //   Blog  //  Comments Off on 90X #Prayerfor90Days FOR MEN ONLY Exit Wounds (Pt.2)

 EXIT WOUNDS Pt.2

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After you have located the entry wound, determined the weapon, and I.D. the shooter, then you must have an Exit Wound. Every pain, hurt, disappointment, failure, and misfortune in life has to have an exit out of your life. Even in the natural when you go somewhere you have never been before, you always look for the exit door just in case something happens. If there is a way in then there is always a Way Out! You have to look for your way out, the Exit.

 

The thing about an entry wound and the weapon (the assault that brought you under arrest) that penetrates you is that after it has done all the damage that it can do, it has to exit. Although the entry wound of the weapon and assault hit your life and did all it could to kill you, the weapon was strong enough to hurt you, but not powerful enough to kill you. Therefore, since it did not kill you, it has to leave you. It has to Exit!

 

“No weapon formed against you shall prosper, And every tongue which rises against you in judgment, You shall condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, And their righteousness is from Me,” Says the Lord” (Isaiah 54:17)

 

Exit Wounds are defined as being the “Goodbye” lesion that a bullet or other projectile causes when leaving the body. Exit Wounds are often larger than the entrance (entry) wound, due to tumbling and deformation of the bullet. Today is the day to tell your wounds goodbye. The wounds of your past have become baggage weighing and slowing you down from your destiny. Your entry wounds are affecting your godly image, your manhood, your worship, your self-esteem, and your relationships. Don’t hold onto anything that is trying to destroy you. It is has already happened, so you need to give your future a chance now.

 

Let’s break these two words (Exit Wound) down separately. An Exit is defined as a way or passage out, a going out or away. It is a departure, or a leave. Wounds are defined as an injury, usually involving division of tissue or rupture of the integument or mucous membrane, due to external violence or some mechanical agency rather than disease. It is an injury or hurt to feelings, sensibilities, reputation, etc…

 

An Exit Wound is a way out, a departure, a way to leave an injury, a hurt, and a wound. The exit wound is bigger than the entry wound because you have accumulated so much that you are carrying out the assault that brought you under arrest. You have to leave the baggage of your entry wound behind you. The Worst has Already Happened and You Can Begin Again!

 

 “You Are Not What Happened to You”

 

1 Samuel 17:22 says, “Then David left his baggage in the care of the baggage keeper” (NASB). Leave your Baggage behind, leave it in the hands of the baggage keeper.  Nothing stays the same in life and survives. Make a firm choice today; never to be the same or to be stuck by something or in something that you cannot change. Your baggage is your roadblock to the next level of living in your life.  Before there was a storm or an assault (entry wound), there was a Destination. You have to make a choice to come to God with the baggage (just as you are), but to leave the baggage with Him. Let go of the baggage that is holding you back and keeping you weighed down.

 

 “Come as you are, but don’t Stay as you are”

 

Don’t allow the same entry wound to be inflicted upon you again. When you get up and exit out of this thing this time don’t get back in the same place where you have fallen or been wounded before. When you get up this time, you must be repositioned in a new place in order not to fall in the same mess, mistakes, traps, and pit again. Tell yourself, “Get Up!”

 

It is time to get up from where you are and change your life. God is calling for you to move.  So many men feel they have fallen to their Breaking Point. You are in a place where you feel you cannot be put back together again. You feel like you are in a place where the enemy has trapped you for good. You feel like you are in a Breaking Place that will not let you go. Today is your day of Release! God has called for you to get up and not fall again.

 

Your Falling days are over. The mess that had you so bound will have to Loose You and Let You Go!  I know you feel that you are in so many pieces and that it is impossible for this issue or situation to work for your good. Romans chapter 8 declares that All things work together for the Good! Understand even your breaking point is working for your good right now.  When you see the impossible, God sees the Possibility! Let that word get down in your spirit. Your Impossible situation is a platform for God to show you the Possibility of your destiny.

 

EXIT WOUNDS: ALL STITCHED UP

 

 

 

As we have talked thus far, in order to be set free, we must locate the entry wound, determine the weapon, I.D. the Shooter, discover the shooter’s purpose, and let the entry wound EXIT.

 

Now after you have done all of this you are free, although you may say to yourself, “I’m all Stitched up but I still feel painI don’t feel free yet.” Pain can cause you not to feel free! To this I answer, “I understand, I too have been set free and not felt free.” This is because Freedom is now Fragile, and if you are not careful, it will break from under you.

 

Imagine yourself as a prisoner being set free from a jail cell. Once out of prison you are given a second chance to live your life, and to live it right this time around. However, if you go back to the lifestyle (habits and friends) that put you in jail the first time, you will quickly return. You ask me, “Jared, I have brought my bondage to Christ, to the altar, and still there’s more I have to do?” Yes, setting your bondage on the altar was the easy part of the process and that’s because bondage is waiting for you outside the presence of God at the EXIT door.

 

Living a Life Without Picking Up More Bondage is What’s Difficult.

 

 In fact, free people are being offered more bondage than those that aren’t free because the free are empty-handed! This is exactly why so many people cannot remain free. When a prisoner gets out of jail after being in for so long, it is hard for them to adjust to a life without prison. Think about it, in prison you are fed free food, a bed to sleep on and clean clothes to wear.

 

But, the good news is God has set you free, not just externally but internally as well. All you have to do is believe it, and I mean truly believe it. When everything and everyone is telling you that you are going back to jail, you go ahead and tell yourself that you are going to make it!


Encouragement and discipline are your keys to success. As long as your spirit truly believes you will make it, no one can tear you down. Moreover, even if you do end up going back to jail, believe that it is a working progress. The very thing that the enemy can never take away from you is your belief. Your success is directly related to the level and depth of your belief!

 

 THE POINT OF NO RETURN


 Aroused by faith Moses, when he had grown to maturity and become great, refused to be called the son of Pharaoh’s daughter, Because he preferred to share the oppression [suffer the hardships] and bear the shame of the people of God rather than to have the fleeting enjoyment of a sinful life” (Hebrews 11:24-25 AMP).

 Now I know I have been talking about prisoners and jail cells which is all fine and dandy, but all of that is metaphoric. When I say prison, I mean a life without peace in your heart. Not just a peace for the good times, but peace during situations and circumstances that don’t make sense. Moses grew up as a prince of Egypt. He had everything anyone could ask for: money, fame, fortune, and an easy life.

 

It’s funny how you can have it all naturally and be bankrupt in your soul. This was because Moses knew his life was a lie, and until you realize that the life you are living is not the life you were made to live, and consider suffering to be of greater worth than a sinful life, it will be nearly impossible to leave it.  Choose to have a Connection with God rather than incarceration with the enemy and a sinful life.

 

Choose Christ (your freedom) over Chains (your bondage)!


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