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My Prayer.

A Prayer.

Lord, thank you for the access I have by the blood of Jesus. Thank you for the Holy Spirit my intercessor who helps me pray with accuracy.

Lord I pray that you will give me the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of you. Lord, flood the eyes of my understanding with your light, that I may know the hope of your calling. Lord, deliver me from every darkness that clouds my mind and my emotions. Deliver me from self-deception, from delusions, from illusions of grandeur, from pride and from lies. Continue reading

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A Prayer For You.

A Prayer For You.

May your helpers find you.
May favour surround you, speak for you and defend you.
May your steps be ordered into your destiny of greatness.
May the Lord shine upon you. May his light guide you. Continue reading

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There Are 3 Categories Of People.

The coronavirus crisis did not come upon us by accident without divine approval. God knew it was coming and permitted it for a reason. From January until now, there has been an accelerated release of giftings into their callings and ministrirs. Millions of people have been released into their ministries: preaching, teaching and doing the work of the ministry on various online platforms. They are doing what many pastors criticised but have been forced to adapt to because of the coronavirus crisis.

There are three categories of believers going through this crisis. Continue reading

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The Deception Of Prophetic Accuracy.

Hello everyone, I will like to share with you on the deception of prophetic accuracy.


The demonic sees only what God permits it to see, otherwise tarot card readers, palm readers, crystal ball readers will not be in business for thousands of years. Even king Saul went and consulted one of them to see the future. They see only what they are permitted to see and no more. That was why all the male children were ordered to be murdered at the birth of Moses, because the demonic saw something but they couldn’t see no further.

Astrologers, star gazers used divination from the east to locate the star of Jesus and they traced him and located him in Bethlehem. God permitted them. They were so sure of what they were doing that they even brought gifts for the child they had not even seen. Continue reading

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It Doesn’t Have To Make Sense.

What makes sense to the WISE does not make sense to FOOLS.
What makes sense to the RICH does not make sense to the POOR.
What makes sense to CHAMPIONS does not make sense to failures.
What makes sense to ROYALTY does not make sense to SLAVES. Continue reading

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Saying ‘No’ To Mammon.

Saying NO to mammon.

The devil came to Jesus and offered him inconceivable wealth. In Matthew 4, the enemy offered Jesus as much as his eyes could see. He offered him the wealth of nations. He wasn’t fooling around. This was serious business. He wanted Jesus to betray his divine mandate and come over to his camp. All he needed from Jesus was worship. That was all. Not some big act of sacrifice. Just worship. To the ordinary man, that didn’t mean much, but to spiritual beings, it meant a whole lot. In fact, it meant everything. Whoever you worship owns your soul. If Jesus had been seduced by riches and bowed to the devil, he would have become the devil’s slave, to control and use whenever and however he pleases. That would have made it impossible for Jesus to lay down his life for our redemption and the salvation of humanity would have been completely thwarted. Jesus looked at the devil’s offer and said ‘no’! He walked away from the temptation. He refused to be seduced by the wealth of nations. Unlike Solomon, he wasn’t moved by inordinate desire to possess every good thing his eyes saw. He had an assignment, he was on earth for a purpose and that purpose determined his choices and actions. Continue reading

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Obedience Is The Key To Miracles.

Hello everyone,
I have something to share with you on obedience.

Some of the most disobedient people on the planet are believers. Some of the most stubborn people on the planet are Christians. The Lord has told you to take some definite action months ago but until now you have done absolutely nothing about it, yet you have the audacity to question God why he is not blessing you, why he has not answered your prayers for financial breakthrough.
The problem is your blatant disobedience to instructions.

In John 9:7: He told him, “Go wash yourself in the pool of Siloam” (Siloam means “sent”). So the man went and washed and came back seeing!

Jesus met a blind man. He spat on the ground, made some mud, rubbed it on the man’s eyes and told him to go and wash in the pool of Siloam. The blind man found his way to that pool, washed and his sight was restored.
Why didn’t Jesus heal him instantly the way he healed so many people who had the same challenge? Why didn’t Jesus wave his hands over the man’s eyes and heal him? We don’t know. But what we do know is this: Jesus gave him instructions, told him to go and do something specific, ‘wash in the pool of Siloam.’ It was a definite instruction. ‘Wash in the pool of Siloam’ could not become; ‘take a bath in the swimming pool of the best Jewish resort in Rome.’ No. He had to do what he was instructed to do if he wanted to receive his miracle.
The man was told where to go.
He was told what to do when he got there.
He obeyed and he received his miracle. Continue reading

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Your Success Is In The Hands Of Strangers.

Hello everyone,
I have something interesting to share with you today. It is about strangers.

 

When we were children our parents told us not to talk to strangers. They wanted to protect us. That advice worked well as long as we were children. It protected us from some crazy people out there. However, as adults, that advice is redundant, even dangerous. There is absolutely nothing good we can achieve in life without the help of strangers. To be successful in life we need strangers.

Your money is in the hands of strangers. Your success is in the hands of strangers. Your progress is determined by strangers. Favour is waiting for you with strangers. Strangers determine your future.

Success is determined by how many people we can influence or persuade to get behind our cause, to buy our products and services. The more people we can influence, the better for us.

We have to connect with as many people as possible and talk to them about the value that we have to offer. The people you know are not enough to take you to the next level. Your present contacts are not enough to help your dream fly. You require the help of people you’ve never met before in your life to assist you and take you to the next level.

Many of your friends cannot help you.
Many of your contacts cannot help you.
Many people who helped you in the past cannot help you now.
Their season to help and assist you is over.
To move to the next level, you need strangers. Continue reading

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Focus On Your Calling.

Focus On Your calling.

Success is the result of a singular focus on your calling.
Failure is the result of trying to do so many things at the same time.

Do not waste your time trying to save the world. You cannot save the world. It is too big for you to save. The problems in the world are to numerous for you to solve. This is why you should discover and focus entirely on your calling and nothing else.

Your calling is the reason why you are alive. Your calling is your assignment. This is where you should invest your time, skill-set, energy, money and other resources. Continue reading

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You Don’t Owe Anyone An Explanation For Your Results.

Hello everyone,

You don’t owe anybody an explanation for your results.

It is better for people to be shocked by your results, than for you to share your plans, and they sabotage you because they are shocked at your audacity. Keep your mouth shut. Do the work. Show results.

When Jesus preached his very first sermon in Luke 4, the people who grew up with him in his own home town wanted to kill him. They were driven by rage and wanted to destroy him.

Jesus told them his plans. He told them what was written in scripture concerning himself and how these things would be fulfilled in his life.
They were mad at his audacity.
How dare he think such lofty thoughts about himself?
How dare he think he was some great prophet?
Does he think he was better than them?

They didn’t think that Jesus who was the son of a carpenter was worthy of such honour or deserved to habour such lofty thoughts about himself in his mind. They said, “Is this not the carpenter’s son?” They derided him with such questions. How dare he think he was now a prophet?

But Jesus was a prophet. Jesus did not require anyone’s permission to be a prophet. God made him a prophet without anyone’s help.
That scripture was actually talking about him.
That scripture was being fulfilled in their time and Jesus did not require their permission to live his life and pursue his assignment.

What gave them the right to question his plans?
What gave them the right to think that he was speaking too highly of himself and had to be taught a lesson?
What made them think they were doing God a favour by trying to ‘put him in his place?’

It was human nature. Continue reading

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