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It’s a beautiful time to be alive and we are grateful to be part of God’s army rising this season.

It is exactly 33 days to the end of the year and you might be reading this with mixed emotions. Saying to yourself, ‘the year has not been so fantastic’ ‘I still have things I am believing God to do for me’ ‘when will God answer me’ ‘I need God to show up for me’….and the list goes on and on…..i understand and I feel you Sis.

I bring you a message of hope today – DO NOT GIVE UP YET. That you are alive is a pointer to the fact that God isn’t done with you yet neither has he written you off yet.
The bible says better is the end of a thing than the beginning thereof.  Has He said it? Will He not do? It may seem like it’s not feasible anymore. The clock is ticking and you still haven’t ticked anything off that prayer list, I know and I understand. The only one who can come through for us is the Father but He needs us to ‘hang in’ there, believing.

There’s little or nothing He can do without our faith – so don’t let us get weary. Let us remain tenacious and believing. Praying and pouring it all out to Him for He cares for us. It’s not over until God says so. So, don’t give the enemy reason to rejoice by thinking they have won or had the last say.

Let your disposition show faith. Go back to that place where you were refused, take steps, shake up yourself and refuse to throw in the towel just yet.
Something bigger awaits you. God didn’t save you and I to abandon us.

Sisters, I have a feeling that greater days are ahead of us and this isn’t all that there is about us. So, let’s stay prayed up and believing.

Loads of Love,

Your Sis


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