This Season…

Know this; Your angel of help shall be placed in position to cover you and work for The glory of God in your life, Amen.

“God in His awesome all mighty Essence has put a hedge around you and your household and everything you have. God has blessed the work of your hands, so that your possessions are spread throughout the land, Amen”

You will receive divine assistance that will take you to your assigned portion in life, Amen. We are Created in God’s Image, The Will of God, The Divine Will, or God’s plan is the concept of God having a plan for you (humanity). You were Created for a specific purpose; found it yet? Best get on your knees and thank God for waking your Spirit up to know.

And we pray:


In God’s image we are Created! Yes, every creature has life; within us is a Spirit in The Image of God, Amen. Our being is regarded as existing in The image of God with mind, emotions, and Will).

As you rise today, may The Lord answer you (are you calling/knocking/seeking?) We focus on The Word and observe (are spoken to about The opening of gates of hlessings.) God Shall open a new chapter in your existence, faith it!

May His name protect you and your family in Jesus Christ. Amen!!!

The miracle that looks impossible, the favour that brings confusion to the camp of the enemy, God’s settlement that will proclaim your glory. The acceleration that cannot be stopped, the prosperity that is beyond explanation or imagination, God will bless you exceedingly as you exist in His Will. You are Created with and for a reason, pray it be revealed and live it! You and your family through Jesus Christ, Amen.

Psalm 57:2 says, “I cry out to God Most High, to God Who fulfills His Purpose for me.” This is key in understanding God’s purpose for your life. God has numbered your days and will fulfill every purpose He has for you. DO NOT stand in the way! Abraham was led from his birth place, Joseph was sold into slavery to bring about God’s Will for their purposes!

Have a wonderful day with song’s of victory of hallelujah of dominion with glory ahead in and through Jesus Christ, Amen.



Does God have a “Six-pack”?

Doesn’t it make you mad when something is unfair—especially if you are on the receiving end? Recently I applied for a new health insurance policy. The company accepted me but charged me a higher rate because of my allergy problems.

The application never asked whether I smoked or how much (I’ve never smoked). They didn’t ask if I regularly down a six-pack and then get behind the wheel (I don’t drink at all). They never bothered to inquire whether I eat properly and exercise regularly (I do).

So some guy who smokes two packs a day, drives when drunk, eats junk food and never exercises could get the standard rate. But because I have hay fever, I have to pay more. I cried, “UNFAIR!”

We all want to be treated fairly. Most of us figure that if we do our best, God will deal with us fairly on judgment day. But Jesus taught that God does not operate according to our notion of what is fair.

In Matthew 20, Jesus told a story about a man who owned a vineyard. Early in the morning he hired some workers. He agreed to pay them the going rate for a day’s wage, so they started working. About nine o’clock, he found some more workers and told them he would pay them a fair wage, so they went to work. The same thing happened at noon and again at three in the afternoon. Finally, at five in the afternoon he found some more men standing idle, hired them and sent them into his vineyard.

At sundown, he called his foreman and ordered him to pay all the workers, beginning with those hired last. For their hour or so of work, they received the full day’s wage. So did everyone else, including the ones hired early in the morning. Everyone received a full day’s wage, no matter how long they had worked.

Those who had worked all day grumbled. They didn’t think it was fair that they got paid the same as those who had only worked an hour. They thought they should get more.

But the owner of the vineyard said, “What’s your gripe? You got the day’s wage we agreed on. If I want to give the same wage to someone who didn’t work as long as you, that’s my business.”

The main point is that God doesn’t operate on the merit system as we think he should. God deals with us according to His free grace. As Paul explains, “For it is by his grace you are saved [delivered from God’s judgment], through trusting him; it is not your own doing. It is God’s gift, not a reward for work done. There is nothing for anyone to boast of” (Ephesians 2:8, 9; New English Bible).

Just over a century ago, a man named Shamel was the leader of a guerilla group fighting against the Czarist regime in Russia. The unity of his group was threatened by a rash of stealing amongst the members, which included the soldiers’ families. So Shamel imposed a penalty of 100 lashes for anyone caught stealing.

Not long after that, Shamel’s own mother was caught stealing. He didn’t know what to do. He loved his mother and didn’t want her to suffer, but he also knew he had to uphold his law or anarchy and infighting would ruin his army. He shut himself in his tent for three days, agonizing over what to do.

Finally he made up his mind: For the sake of the law and the whole society, his mother must pay the penalty. But before three blows had fallen on her back, Shamel had his real and final solution. He removed his mother and he himself took her place. The full price had to be paid, but he bore the penalty she deserved. His law stood, but his love prevailed.

Even if you’re a pretty good person, one who has been at work in the vineyard since early morning, you’ve violated God’s holy law. You’ve got sin that must be paid for. Maybe the guy coming in at five in the afternoon has more sin than you. But if God is just, both men’s sin must be paid for. Either you pay (the merit system), or God pays (the grace system). God’s grace doesn’t seem fair to the self-righteous, but for those who recognize how undeserving they are, it is truly wonderful!

For my 6-pack Sistren and Brethren 😊

Go forth in peace, Amen

May The grace of The Lord Jesus Christ, and The Love of God, and The fellowship of The Holy Spirit be with you all, now and forever – Amen. 2 Corinthians 13:14

LORD Heavenly Father we approach Your Throne on bended knee before Your Essence. You Know and Knew all before it occured. In Your Presence everything has reason.
We come before Your Throne to give gratitude for each moment, experience in our existence’. Father, we are given free, full reign – we hand it to Your Essence in Jesus’, Amen.
Thank You for peace, glory for fulfillment, Hallelujah for testimonies in our all.
In ALL things we give Your Essence gratitude, guide us, fill us, posess us with Your Spirit, Amen.
Peace, Joy and fulfillment You have given, granted and lavished on us, be exalted Father, we give You glory for yesterdays, today and in ALL our ways, Amen


Good morning,
Psalms 113:7. May the Lord God Almighty who is able to raise up the poor out of the dust, and lift the needy out of the dunghill, raise you, and every member of your household up above every challenge you are presently going through; and may He at the same time cause you to be lifted up from your present situation to that which shall cause you to be celebrated before the end of this year in Jesus Christ. Amen!!!

Beloved, have a fruitful day with song’s of victory of hallelujah of Dominion with glory ahead in Jesus Christ. Amen!!!

A God coated, Spirit filled, Jesus led life is yours, Amen.

Recieve it in Jesus’ name, Amen.

Reach out and receive in faith. “Don’t see it?” It IS there, Amen. It has been spoken to be. Pronounce, recieve; live in God’s glory, beneath God’s wing, lay in pastures by peaceful waters, Amen.

Did we just Psalm 23 our prayer? Live it, Amen.

Thus says the Lord God Almighty, in the remaining days of this year, I will establish my covenant with you, and every member of your household, and before all your people, I will do marvelous things that has never been done in all the earth, nor in any nation: and all they that shall see my glorious works in your life, shall for your sake, glorify my name says the Lord God of hosts in Jesus Christ. Amen. Exodus 34:10

Beloved have a glorious day with song’s of victory of hallelujah of Dominion with glory ahead in Jesus Christ. Amen!!!

Give thanks, even in tribulation. It builds, Amen.


Be at peace…

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