“Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yes, I will help thee, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness” Isaiah 41:10 (KJV)
Child of God, I have come to encourage you to arise from the place of fear and intimidation because the devil and his cohorts cannot silence you. They may try, but they will surely fail. God has not given you the spirit of fear but of boldness and love. So, stop running from the enemy. I see the hand of God rearranging everything that the enemy has put out of order in your life. I don’t know what you may be going through right now, but I know that God has gone ahead to step into that situation and He will give you the victory.
Yesterday, we celebrated Christmas. Think of it: if God could give Jesus just because of you, what can He not do for you.
When you study the book of Exodus, you will see first-hand how God delivered His people from the hands of a Pharaoh who thought he could forever afflict and torment God’s people while they were in Egypt. By the time God brought different plagues and judgments upon the land, Pharaoh was so overwhelmed that he virtually begged the children of Israel to go. In like manner, whatever is harassing your life shall also be destroyed. For too long the enemy may have tortured and traumatized you but God says enough is enough. You are coming out in Jesus name.
Evil will bow before you and the wicked shall bow at your gates. God will arise on your behalf and all your enemies shall be scattered.
In this season of celebration, my God will give you a gift no man can explain. No weapon formed against you shall prosper. They shall gather against you but not by my God, and as many that are gathered against you shall fall for your sake. They will come against you one way and flee before you seven ways. This season, your testimony shall be noised abroad in Jesus’ name. Compliments of the season.
Further Reading: Exodus 12:29-37; Isaiah 41:10-14,
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Haggai; Evening- Revelation 17
Bishop Mike Okonkwo