There is a concept and truth in scripture I call “The Nawbat Anointing”
Numbers 21:9 “And Moses made a serpent of brass, and put it upon a pole, and it came to pass, that if a serpent had bitten any man, when he beheld the serpent of brass, he lived”
Is it not amazing that in order to heal those that had been bitten by a snake in the wilderness God chose to use another snake? He didn’t choose a dove or anything else, he chose to use the same thing they were afraid of.
The most interesting thing is that Hebrew word translated as “beheld” in the scripture above. It’s the word NAWBAT, which means to look at in pleasure. God was telling them to enjoy the sight of the brass serpent while they suffer the pain of a snake bite. I call it the NAWBAT ANOINTING.
When you choose to look at someone else’s blessing with pleasure, you know you are about to be delivered from the same thing. It may be your best friend who bought a new car or house, when you rejoice and celebrate with them, you are connecting yourself to the same anointing that delivered them. Don’t be jealous or envious, choose to rejoice and tap into the NAWBAT ANOINTING.
Leon & Este-Lee du Preez
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