Steven Furtick | – When You Feel Weak | Steven Furtick

When you feel like you can’t keep going, God’s help is already on the way.

In this encouraging message, Pastor Steven Furtick of Elevation Church teaches that, even when you feel weak, you’re not alone.

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Section Titles:
0:00 – Obedience Creates Freedom
2:10 – Stop Thinking So Hard (Acts 12, verses 7-8)
4:17 – You Don’t Need The Details
5:39 – Mindsets Are A Prison (Acts 12, verse 9)
7:30 – You’ve Got To Go Through It (Acts 12, verse 10)
10:07 – Where Do You Go When You Are In Trouble?
12:22 – How I Know God Was With Me (Acts 12, verses 11-12)
13:42 – Have You Stopped Believing? (Acts 12, verses 12-14)
16:43 – You’re Out Of Your Mind (Acts 12, verses 15-16)
18:11 – Don’t Stop Knocking

When You Feel Weak | 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

Comment (38)

  1. "Are you pushing your 'Abishais' away and keeping your enemies closer?" It's just so deep. He vocalized something that I've been working on and it hit home in a new and special way hearing it from the pastor. It's like he saw my struggle. Thank you to the God Who Sees.

  2. sometimes im trying hold on to the light it feells like evry thime that i get a hold of it the darnes comes and stirs things up and i revert if been through many things but this is one of the things i kant seem to shake my body is tierd of fighting and that lite im tying to hold on so dearly is slipping out of my palms
    so here im hubling my self what next do i do
    ps all the way from south Africa

  3. This sermon brought me to tears. What do you do when you have allowed the darkness to become your security blanket? You have stockholm syndrome. Your loneliness, depression, and anxiety has shown you that the darkness is very bad for you've learned to navigate this darkness. You know every aspect of the darkness. What do you do when your house(life) has been dark for so long? You no longer stomp your toe or crash into furniture or run into walls. You've learned to navigate the darkness sometimes with precision. You know this devil. You know the light switch is there, but you still fear reaching for it, afraid it will only invite more pain, fear, rejection, hurt, confusion, misunderstanding, etc.

    Often times the things we place in our our lives that we think will make us safe only end up hurting us in the end. In my case it was walls, not letting anyone in. So many walls. There were walls of I can't trust anyone, no one loves me, even God, no one likes me. A wall of I'm ugly, stupid, I can't ever do anything right. The why was I even born wall. Depression, anxiety and loneliness walls were getting bigger and harder to climb, so I stopped trying to climb them, I was defeated. Yet, I still kept building more walls. I was so caught up, I found walls I didn't even now I was building. You find comfort, if not peace sometimes, in your darkness behind the walls because you've been there for so long.

    I've flipped the light switch, I decided a few weeks ago, I no longer want to be in darkness hiding behind walls. I no longer want to be in this prison run by anxiety, fear, depression and loneliness. I'm tired of them telling me when I can eat, when I can sleep, when I can get out of bed and that I'm not allowed to believe that someone out there does love me; putting me in solitary confinement just because they can.

    I want God to show up in all of His beautiful glory and light to say to me, His daughter…"My child, you do deserve happiness, you do deserve peace, you do deserve me! You will have happiness, you will have peace, you will have Me. Despite it all, I've loved you and I, God, will never stop loving you. My grace and mercy freed you so long ago."

    He's working on me and I'm making it hard work for Him because I was caged for so long, out of habit and pattern.