Topic: Yoke breaking, yoke destroying anointing come upon us.
Text: Isaiah 10:27.


In the dictionary yoke is defined as a “a wooden bar or frame by which two draft animals such as oxen, are joined at the heads or necks for working together.”

In the Bible yoke connotes and implies that anyone that is yoked is in bondage to serve, to carry another person’s burden. The yoke bearer is constrained, restricted, and limited to make choices as he pleases, meaning that his permissive will, as given by God has been withdrawn from him.

As physical yoke infringes on the freedom of the animals that are yoked, so does spiritual yoke, it not only infringes, but limits and stagnates those who are put under yoke. Yoke in the spiritual realm is a burden, a weight that weighs down the bearer; it could be in form of affliction of sickness, disease or infirmity, lack, poverty, debt, addictions of different kinds, even the works to the flesh as listed in Galatians 5:19-21 and sinful life styles are in the list of yoke elements that forces of evil put on people without them knowing. Simply put, yoke of any kind is evil and awful! In any yoke that the one reading this write-up may be, you are set loose forthwith in the name of Jesus.

For believers, spiritual resources are available for us as solution to yokes. One of these is as presented in Isaiah 10:27 which reads: “It shall come to pass in that day that his burden will be taken from your neck, and the yoke will be destroyed because of the anointing oil.” The anointing that breaks and destroys yokes will freshly come upon us this season and shall remain permanent on us in the name of Jesus.

As have been said, yoke is a burden that stresses, presses, and weighs one down, but in Matthew 28:11 Jesus makes a loving and caring call saying: “Come to Me, all you who labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” Also in Psalm 55:22 it is written, “Cast your burden on to the LORD, and He shall sustain you; He shall never permit the righteous to be moved.”

Beloved, holy, and righteous living is not meant to be for this season only; it should be for all seasons, it should be a lifestyle. Holy and righteous living is an antidote, divine expellant to all evils including the evil yoke as being addressed today. The last sentence in Psalm 55:22 cited above says: “He, (God), shall not permit the righteous to be moved.”

The grace to continue to live holy and righteously will come upon us newly; yokes of whatever kind in our lives will be broken and destroyed totally and permanently in the name of Jesus. God bless you. SHALOM.

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