True believers have been anointed to break every yoke by God in their lives. In our anchor verse of Isaiah 10:27, we will see that it is the anointing that destroys the yoke.

Today’s devotional will focus on the power of the anointing and how we can tap into it to break free from every form of bondage. Let us be reminded that the anointing of the Holy Spirit is available to us to empower and strengthen us, and with it, we can confidently face any challenge that comes our way.

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» Tuesday, 9th May 2023 | I Stand In The Gap Daily Devotional | Anointed to Break Every Yoke.

  • Previous daily devotional: “The Power and the Glory
  • Today’s daily devotional: “Anointed to Break Every Yoke”

Anchor verse of the day

It shall come to pass in that day That his burden will be taken away from your shoulder, And his yoke from your neck, And the yoke will be destroyed because of the anointing oil.”

Isaiah 10:27 (NKJV)

Isaiah 10:27 is a prophecy about the liberation of the Israelites from the oppression of the Assyrians, who were a powerful and ruthless empire then.

The “burden” and “yoke” referred to in the verse represent the heavy weight of their oppressors’ demands and rule, which would be removed by the power of God’s anointing oil, the Holy Spirit.

The central theme in Isaiah 10:27

  • The Anointing That Breaks Yokes: The verse speaks of a supernatural power from God that can destroy the burdens and oppressions that hold people captive. It is a message of hope and deliverance, showing that no matter how heavy the yoke may be, God has the power to break it and set us free. It also emphasizes the importance of relying on God’s anointing and power instead of our own strength and abilities.

Similar Bible verse to Isaiah 10:27

The Spirit of the Lord God is upon Me, Because the Lord has anointed Me To preach good tidings to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, To proclaim liberty to the captives, And the opening of the prison to those who are bound.

Isaiah 61:1 (NKJV)

This verse speaks of the anointing of the Lord on the Messiah to bring freedom and healing to those who are oppressed and captive. It is a powerful reminder that God is still in the business of setting people free and bringing hope to the hopeless.

Reflection on “Anointed to Break Every Yoke”

“Anointed to Break Every Yoke” is a powerful reminder that as believers in Christ, we have been given the authority and power to overcome the yokes that may be holding us down.

See, through the anointing of the Holy Spirit, we have the strength to break free from addictions, fears, past mistakes, and any other yokes that may be preventing us from experiencing the fullness of God’s blessings in our lives.

It is a call to action to actively seek the anointing of the Holy Spirit in our lives and to trust in God’s power to break every yoke that may be hindering us.

Let us embrace this truth and walk in the freedom that Christ has already won for us on the cross.

Prayer points for “Anointed to Break Every Yoke”

  • Pray for God’s anointing: Ask God to anoint you with the power of the Holy Spirit, just as Isaiah 10:27 promises. Pray for a fresh anointing to break every yoke that has held you back.
  • Pray for faith: Ask God to increase your faith in Him, knowing that with faith, all things are possible (Matthew 17:20). Pray for the strength to trust God to break every yoke and to walk in the freedom He provides.
  • Pray for discernment: Ask God for wisdom and discernment to recognize the yokes that are holding you back. Pray for the courage to confront those yokes and allow God to break them in your life.

Let us pray

Our Heavenly Father,

I thank you for your promise to anoint us to break every yoke that seeks to hold us back.

Help us to recognize the yokes that we carry and trust in your power to overcome them. Strengthen us to stand firm in faith and remind us that with you all things are possible.

May your anointing break every yoke that seeks to oppress us and may we experience your freedom and victory in every area of our lives.

In Jesus’ mighty name, we pray. Amen.