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Beloved Sisters,

I believe you are doing very well. I bring you greetings in the name of our Father, Lord and Saviour - Jesus Christ. It's such a beautiful time to be alive. A time where blessings are outpouring, an outpouring that requires doggednes.

"And the Lord answered me and said, Write the vision and engrave it so plainly upon tablets that everyone who passes may [be able to] read [it easily and quickly] as he hastens by. For the vision is yet for an appointed time and it hastens to the end [fulfillment]; it will not deceive or disappoint. Though it tarry, wait [earnestly] for it, because it will surely come; it will not be behindhand on its appointed day." - Habakkuk 2:2‭-‬3 AMPC

Most times as believers, we are quick to throw in the towel when we seem to be faced with delays. We command every wall of delay around us to crumble In Jesus Name.

A vehicle that's been faulty and taken severally to the mechanic does not go to a cobbler the next time a fault arises because it's tired of visiting the mechanic . An ill individual that's been frequent to the hospital would still visit the hospital at the instance of any illness.

What am I trying to say? That you've been knocking isn't enough reason to stop knocking. Matthew 7:7

Psalm 102:13 declares that He will arise and have mercy for zion (insert your name), for the time to help her has come, yes it is the designated time. So? wait on His promises till they manifest because they are YES and AMEN.
It may seem delayed, wait for it!
Rather than run away from Him, run to Him because with Him, you are closer than you think.

Think of the patriarchs of faith, they understood this and obtained the promises. Joseph's dreams seemed to have tarried while he was in prison but at the appointed time things turned around.

How about Esther? she was an orphan with no fantastic background but favour showed up for her and her story changed.

My sister, your season is here, your time is now, all things are ready. You are about to be compensated, don't let anything discourage you. Keep faith alive and stay in faith.

We have to remain in faith and pursue till we see manifestations.

While we wait for these manifestations, beware of the following:
1. The company you keep and the atmosphere you maintain: Does your company build or destroy your faith? what is the atmosphere around you saying? Doubt/fear? triumph/ victory?
2. Your thoughts. For as a man thinks in His heart so is he.
3. Distractions. Don't let mundane things derail you. For we are in this world but not of this world, so stay focused.

I congratulate you and welcome you to a season of celebration.

Loads of love,

Your Sis 


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