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Would you let Him have your 5 loaves & 2 fishes?

Dear Sisters,

I hope your week and month has been off to a great start. For me, the last two weeks have been intense as I was studying for my promotion exam at work.

After days and nights of reading, I took the exam on Saturday. And honestly, I didn't come out of the hall feeling like I smashed it as I had wanted. While a lot of deliberations went on between my colleagues and I on how the exam went, I found myself muttering from within "God, I have given you my five loaves and two fishes, multiply it". The revelation gave me so much peace and confidence!

Are you thinking about what you have as insufficient? Do your efforts towards that thing appear inadequate? Then this is for you - let God have your bread and fish. He will multiply it. Sisters, that is the seed required. Let him have it.
Unfortunately, quite a number of us give him our bread and fish, but turn back in one hand to retrieve it; we are too in a hurry. Look at the little boy of John 6:1-14, he trusted God with his seemingly small food and look what became of it, multitudes were fed, and there were even leftovers. How magnificent is our God!

I admonish you today to let him have your bread and fish. Yes, you will make efforts, but more importantly, you will entrust all to him for multiplication. It is He who gives the increase so let our faith remain unshaken.

Let's declare this together:

I decree in Jesus Name that God is my anchor. Therefore all my needs are supernaturally met. My faith is active, and it produces great results. I am anxious for nothing because God's beauty is upon me. Thank you Jesus for overwhelming victory. Amen!

Loads of love,

 Your Sis


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