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Your Case is Different

My beautiful sister,

Welcome to the month of February, the month where God will break protocols for our sake and bring us into the realm of the supernatural. I appreciate you all.

Before we proceed, I would like to celebrate the faithfulness of God over Mama Faith Abiola Oyedepo's life. She has been a blessing to me and many generations, speaking life into destinies and changing lives. Indeed our mouth is filled with rejoicing as she turned 60years yesterday. What a mighty God we serve. As her days are, so shall her strength be In Jesus Mighty Name.

To the day's post:

Remember the account of the twelve spies out of which 10 came back with negative report - that they were like grasshoppers in their own eyes? I wonder how little they thought of themselves and their God. This points out something, how big you think of God is reflected in the words of your mouth.

Caleb and Joshua on the other hand saw their case as different. That they were able and well to take over the land. They were not bragging in their strength, they were just committing God to action. Like the amplified version of Psalm 23:3 says, He refreshes and restores my life (my self); He leads me in the paths of righteousness [uprightness and right standing with Him–not for my earning it, but] for His name's sake. God moves on our behalf for His name sake not yours. He has sworn by himself.

So, the circumstances around you has no capacity to deter what God is doing in your life except you alter it by the words of your mouth. That's why we must be conscious of our utterances even when all facts make it seem so. Where others experience casting down, we shall SAY there's is lifting up for us. What destroys others cannot destroy us, because we are hidden in Christ with God. If we must experience victory this year, we must understand that our case is different.

My prayer for us all is that, God will out-do himself for us this year, break protocols for our sake, make men to bend over backwards to help us.

It is our season of rest.


Your Sis


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