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When you trusted in Yeshua you were born-again to win. Yeshua said, “I came to give life and life abundantly.” However, many people only see one side of the abundant life. They do not let go of the old things, past sins, or past mistakes. But the Gospel says that if you have been born again then you have abundant life in eternity and in reality, right now. You were born again to to win against the world, the flesh, and the devil because the spiritual DNA of the Most High God is inside of you.


Part 1 - Born Again To Win

John 3:3; 4:25-27, 39-42; 10:10; Ezekiel 11:19-20; 1 John 5:18; 2 Peter 1:3-4; 2 Corinthians 5:17; Proverbs 24:16

Rabbi Michael Vowell

There will be times when the people who knew who you once were will not quickly accept who God has made you now to be. Don’t let them shepherd in the old you. You must continually confess and demonstrate that you are a new creation in the Messiah Yeshua. Rabbi Michael explains, “When I was born-again just before my 21st birthday, my family and especially my friends could only see the old me until I stood positively on the new me. It was not until they saw the new creation me, the born-again me in action and in various situations that they knew I was not the same person anymore.”


Part 2 - Thinking Like A Winner

1 Corinthians 2:14-16; 9:24-25; 2 Corinthians 10:4-5; Psalm 101:3; Ephesians 4:27; Isaiah 26:3; Romans 12:1-2; Habakkuk 2:3

Rabbi Michael Vowell

There are many believers who are not experiencing victory, blessing or God’s favor because they don’t train their minds to think like a winner. They don’t declare God’s blessing, goodness, testimonies or favor over their life, spouses, children or career. Start declaring what God thinks about you and don’t stop until your mind puts God’s thoughts for you on loop.


Part 3 - Unleashing the Power of Faith, Even Now

John 11:1-3, 6, 21-22; Proverbs 18:21; Psalm 27:14; 106:6-7, 12; Hebrews 11:6

Rabbi Michael Vowell

We all face circumstances that seem impossible and make us feel like the only position we can take is one of retreat. In these situations we settle into defeat instead of persisting to the dream or future God has planned for us because we walk by sight and not by faith. The reason why many believers do not experience abundant life is because they don’t understand the true power of their words. But an attitude of faith calls for victories and healing as if it is a sure thing and trusts that God will reward those who put their trust in His wonder working power and love. Don’t let anything stop you today from declaring in faith all of God’s blessings for you, your family, your friends and your synagogue.


Part 4 - Altaring Your Ego

Revelation 12:10; 1 John 3:20-21; Judges 6:11-16; Ephesians 2:10; Acts 4:29-30

Somewhere in your life, someone you respected or loved spoke words over you that shaped your opinion of yourself. Those messages have been burned on your heart, and anytime you want to do something significant, you hear those old messages replaying and think, "I am not adequate or capable to do this." The accuser only reinforces those unfair criticisms. The answer is to shape your view of who you are based on God’s view of who you are. The altar was a unique space for Israel to worship that created hope for future victory. At the altar, people would come to acknowledge they were ready to break with a sin, addiction, habit, anxiety, despair; and their future was aligned to God's destiny, plans, will, prosperity. Whether you have a prideful ego or an ego filled with inadequacy, the only option for a bright future is to place your ego on God’s altar.


Part 5 - Freshly Anointed To Win

2 Samuel 11:1; Psalm 51:13; 1 John 2:20, 27; Proverbs 22:29; Luke 4:18-19

Rabbi Michael Vowell

When God calls you to function in specific roles, positions, or places, sometimes it’s easy to get sidetracked and find yourself operating outside of the purpose, plan, and power of God. When you stay in your lane, you will stay freshly anointed to achieve your God given destiny. Your natural talents matter, but the anointing matters more. The anointing is the power of God placed on you by the Spirit of God to achieve the destiny of God for your life. If you are a follower of Yeshua, it something you have that teaches you and takes you deep and far. Wherever there is faith, there is the fresh empowering of the anointing for your God given destiny.


Part 6 - Fixing Your Mind Fixes The Win

Proverbs 10:24; 23:7; 29:25; 2 Corinthians 10:4-5; Jeremiah 1:6-7; 1:10; Philippians 4:8-9; Pikre Avot 2:1

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Have you ever felt like you were close to getting a breakthrough in your life? Have you ever felt like you were walking on God’s path for your life only to suddenly get taken off course or even knocked off? In this last message in our currents series Rabbi Vowell will offer some helpful and practical advice to get your life back on track by fixing your mind on what matters the most.