The Breaker

I have been sending out devotional emails since the beginning of this month on the names of God. I’ll like to share a day with you here. Please feel free to subscribe here:

‘I will surely gather all of you, O Jacob; I will surely collect the remnant of Israel. I will bring them [Israel] together like sheep in a fold, like a flock in the midst of their pasture. They [the fold and the pasture] shall swarm with men and hum with much noise. The Breaker [the Messiah] will go up before them. They will break through, pass in through the gate and go out through it, and their King will pass on before them, the Lord at their head.’ Micah 2:12-13 AMPC

This name of God is messianic, that is, referring to Jesus. Our Breaker who has broken through and conquered sin, satan and the world for us to be restored back to the original intent of God for man in the very beginning, dominion. Jesus, our Breaker, is bringing you into full restoration and I have come to let you know that it is yours already.

The heavy yoke of sin over your life is broken and as a believer, it can no longer hold you captive. (Romans 6:14)

The powers of darkness have no power over you because the Breaker has conquered and triumphed over them for you. (Colossians 2:15)

The weight of uncontrolled negative emotions is broken over you and you are no longer under the heavy weight of shame, guilt, discouragement and depression. (Romans 8:1)

Our Breaker has broken through the negative circumstances hedging you in and has brought you to wide open spaces of freedom in Him, this is why He came (Luke 4:18-19). My prayer for you today is that you will come to a full knowledge of what Jesus, the Breaker, has already done for you. Yokes are broken and you have been brought to a place of expansion and freedom! .

‘In that day the Lord will end the bondage of his people. He will break the yoke of slavery and lift it from their shoulders.’ Isaiah 10:27 NLT .

‘With you as my strength I can crush an enemy horde, advancing through every stronghold that stands in front of me.’ Psalms 18:29 TPT