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That God Moment

Hello Sisters,

First, I would like to apologise for not posting last week Tuesday.  I trust you're well doing great and if you're in Lagos or Sango-Ota region, Nigeria, you don't want to miss the upcoming WOTGK conference themed 'Intimate'. God is going to blow your mind. So please, go register💃

As we prepare for the conference, something struck my heart, 'that God moment'. I realized that time spent in God's presence can never be wasted however, what we get out of it is what we decide to make of it.
Every moment is a potential 'that God moment'. It's about how you perceive God's power and your ability to tap into it. Knowing fully well that it is what we acknowledge that has the power to operate in our lives (Philemon1:6)

Jacob was with God but he knew it not, hence he did not experience his 'that (God) moment until he recognized God was there.

How about the woman with the issue of blood? she created her God moment by recognizing the efficacy of the power of God to heal through Jesus Christ.

What you take out of any Christian gathering is largely dependent on your perception and reception of the presence and power of God.

Hannah for instance had been attending several Shilohs, but at a particular one, she created her God moment by her disposition at the power of God present.

You might have attended lots of conferences with no definite encounter, I pray this conference will birth you your testimony that will last a life time.

I admonish you, embrace the power of God in every word you hear (in faith - Heb11:6) and run with it. This does not exclude the online worshippers. It's our turn to testify, and i believe God to do something new and it will spring forth speedily. Amen!

How do I maximize my God moment?
1. Be and pray in the spirit (Jude 1:20)
2. Be determined and stay focused (Matthew 11:12)
3. Receive God's word with joy (Isaiah 12:3)
4. Have an attitude of thanksgiving (Psalm 100:1).
5. Consecration (Psalm 24:4-5)


Your Sis


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