Steven Furtick | – Don’t Take Advantage Of Me | Steven Furtick

You’re not defined by your downfalls. 

In “Don’t Take Advantage Of Me,” Pastor Steven Furtick of Elevation Church reminds us that our healing begins when we step towards all that God has for us.

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Section Titles:
0:00 – Where Are You Hurting? (Mark 5, verses 24-26)
2:00 – Why Am I Not Getting Better?
3:52 – Don’t Take Advantage of My Issue (Mark 5, verse 26)
5:28 – When The Issue Consumes Your Identity
7:49 – Stop Confining Me To One Thing
9:32 – You Are Not What You Went Through
11:50 – Put Yourself In The Path of Jesus (Mark 5, verses 26-27)

Don’t Take Advantage Of Me | Steven Furtick

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Official Steven Furtick Shift your perspective and strengthen your faith with Pastor Steven Furtick. Pastor of the global, multisite ministry, Elevation Church, Steven Furtick is also a songwriter and New York Times best-selling author. He holds a master of divinity degree from Southern Theological Seminary and lives in Charlotte, NC with his wife Holly, their three children, Elijah, Graham, and Abbey. Each week, exclusive content and new videos are uploaded here. You can also tune in LIVE every Sunday at 9:30AM, 11:30AM, 2:00PM, 5:00PM, 8:00PM, and 10:00PM ET. Connect with people in the chat, engage in live worship with Elevation Worship, and hear a new sermon every weekend. For more information, you can visit or check out our other channels, Elevation Church and Elevation Worship. Official Steven Furtick

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  1. Great message. I thought I had come so far… but I slipped. In the past I'd been in ungodly relationships with critical controlling manipulative men where I put myself through the ringer trying to please them, blaming myself, my self esteem was so low, I had no confidence… I gave my heart to Jesus, I took a lot of time to mourn & grieve particularly after my divorce, I thought I had healed & was waiting & praying for a good man… but recently I had a brief relationship & I allowed myself to fall because I enjoyed the initial attention, flirting etc… despite the early red flags… I let my loneliness lower my standards… I need God's grace again. I haven't truly forgiven myself yet. Help me Lord. I would be so thankful to anyone who is willing to pray for me.