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TCC Jubilee Celebration – The Future – Barriers To Building

June 2, 2024
Clem Ferris
Clem Ferris delivers a powerful message on overcoming barriers in the last days, emphasizing faith, resilience, and intergenerational blessings during our Jubilee celebration.

During our Jubilee celebration, Clem Ferris delivered a powerful message focusing on the barriers to building in the last days. Clem begins by recalling the powerful words of Neil and Steve, who laid the foundation for understanding our spiritual lineage through the stories of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Clem emphasizes the significance of Joseph, likening his experience to the modern-day church’s journey.

Clem reflects on Philippians 3, urging us to forget what lies behind and strain forward to what lies ahead. This imagery of a runner pushing through to the finish line resonates deeply, reminding us of our upward call in Christ. Clem challenges us to examine our mentalities and be open to God’s prophetic revelations that prepare us for what’s next.

Turning to Genesis 49, Clem highlights Jacob’s prophecy over his sons, particularly focusing on Joseph. Joseph is described as a fruitful bough by a spring, symbolizing the church’s need to remain close to the source of spiritual nourishment. Despite facing severe attacks, Joseph’s strength and resilience are attributed to divine support, serving as a model for us today.

Clem identifies three barriers we must overcome: allowing hurts and offenses to hinder us, failing to stretch our faith for fresh vision, and guarding against apathy. By addressing these challenges, we can move forward with renewed purpose and vision.

In a poignant moment, Clem discusses the importance of intergenerational blessings, illustrated by Jacob’s blessing of Joseph’s sons, Manasseh and Ephraim. He calls on us to seek a double portion of fruitfulness for the future, ensuring that we continue to grow and thrive as a community.