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I strongly believe that you are doing very well and that the month of March has been awesome.
Let's get a bit legal, shall we?😁

In law, a precedent is a legal case that establishes a principle or rule.
Hence, in similar cases, the decision of the judge on any case is often swayed in line of the judgment previously given, "the precedence". 
If the common law respects precedence how much more the spiritual....
Precedence is authority backed thus it breeds confidence. Our faith can be fired up if we bear this in mind, because we would be confident that if he did it before, he will do it again. When we are expecting something from God, getting a word from scriptures cannot be overemphasized. There's always a precedence for our request, leverage on it. 
When a lawyer appears in court, he appears making reference to past similar cases and the judgment that were obtained. 
To get results and be effective in prayers, we must understand what the bible says concerning any situation that we go through. 
Are you scared that your sins are too many and beyond redemption? Fear no more, there's a precedence in your favour. Saul (Paul), David, Peter,...sinned too, they were forgiven and given a fresh start so would you if you let God.
Is it a child you want? Abraham and Sarah set a precedence on that.. against all odds (natural and biological) they carried their child - Isaac.
Career excellence? Daniel had it. Walking to fulfil purpose in the midst of uncertainties? Joseph triumphed. 
With God's word being the precedence, every and any negative speaker over your life is a late comer. As precedence is not a matter for debate or subject to convenience. 

May everything mocking the presence of the living God in your life be disgraced. in Jesus Name.  Amen

Loads of love,

Your Sis


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