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Setting The Pace, 2018

Hello Sisters,

I am excited writing to you in the first few days of the new year 2018.

No doubt, several prophetic declarations have gone forth ahead of us, such that we are confident in God for a most fulfilling year.

But, we need to war a good warfare. This is not a physical strife/war with man or known enemies. It is a spiritual warfare to RIGHTFULLY take that which has ALWAYS been ours. Many Churches are already in their fasting and prayers season, I urge you to be a part of one.

We can't allow our stomachs to rub us off and of our glorious destinies. We can't allow a mere bucket of ice cream and pizza to chain us on the same spot. No, we are warriors- not by mouth, but with action. And no, you are not going to faint if you don't eat. Push yourself beyond the limit- you can stretch yourself. Trust in the Holy Spirit for strength and empowerment.

Stand in the gap for your destiny. Settle the year. Plead your course. Table your case before Him and be sure to receive an encounter. Now, beyond the physical things you can see and experience, why not use this medium to re-fire your spiritual life. Sharpen your sensitivity. Get rid of that weakness and iniquity that easily beset you. Deepen your walk and crave for a sharp turn.

And yes, I know you must have heard it a lot of times, if you are not praying while fasting, you are only shedding off fats. To your fasting, add prayers and word study. Until the three are engaged together, there is no outcome.

Also, you must note that while you engage this, you stay clear anything that might want to stain you.

God bless you richly and abundantly and cause you to enjoy strength like never before you. Much more, you will have your testimonies delivered to you in Jesus Mighty Name. Amen.

Much love,

Your Sis


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