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Apostle’s Friday Letter

Apostle’s Friday Letter

Dearly Beloved,
Grace Greetings in the Matchless Name of our Lord Jesus Christ in whom we have been blessed with all spiritual blessings in the heavenly places.
Grace, mercy and Peace are abounding towards you in this season of Divine Visitation. As we celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ, let’s remember that we are commemorating a time of divine Visitation, when God comes to bless His people. See Luke 1:68-79; Acts 3:25-26; Job 10:12
God has scheduled BIG things for us in this season. Get ready for divine surprises. We are in a time of divine consolation. It’s time to experience favor in the most unexpected places from the most unlikely persons. Remember Joseph? He had favor with Pharaoh at the most unlikely season of his life. See Psalm 106:17-22; Acts 7:9.-10; The children of Israel had favor with the Egyptians on the most fearful night of their lives. The Red Sea was parted on one of the most dreadful days of their lives. See Exodus 3:21-22; Exodus 11:2-3. God has also laid up good things and many blessings for you too. See Psalm 8:4; Jeremiah 29:11 KJV, AMP, NIV; Psalm 68:19; 103:1-5. No matter how difficult this year has been for you, this year will end far better than you could wish for. See Job 8:7; Ecclesiastes 7:8.
Jesus was God manifested in human form. He went about doing good. Jesus never did evil to anyone because God is essentially good. See Psalm 34:8; 100:5; 118:1; John 10:32; Acts 10:38; Jeremiah 32:41.
Jesus said He was doing the Father’s will. That would mean that whatever He did, the Father was doing it through Him. Whatever He did was the will of the Father in action or manifestation. See John 5:19-2014:1010:38. God is absolutely goodness personified.
Think of heaven for a moment. The roads are made of the purest gold. The gates are made of pearls. The walls made of jasper and the foundation was made from precious stones. Think about that for a moment. This same God says He wants His will to be done on earth as it is in heaven. Matthew 6:10. He wants your life on earth to be a foretaste of heaven. That means a life without sickness. Isaiah 33:24; Acts 10:38; Matthew 8:16-17; 1 Peter 2:24. A life without any curse. Galatians 3:13-14; Revelation 22:3. This is the life God wants for you. Not a life of sickness, weakness, disease or infirmity. Not a life of poverty, deprivation and frustration. God wants you to have a life of joy and prosperity. See John 15:11; 17:13; 1 John 1:4; 3 John 2; Psalm 35:27. May this be your experience in Jesus Name, Amen.
Your revelation of God is what determines your expectations in life. Your view of God is what decides your reaction to life. Therefore, it is my prayer that God the Father grants you the Spirit of wisdom and revelational insight into the true knowledge of who He is. May He satisfy you with His abundant goodness. May He put an end to shortage and lack in your life. May this season mark the end of all forms of disappointments and embarrassment in your life. May you rise from honor to honor, grow from faith to faith, from grace to grace and from glory to glory in Jesus Name, Amen.
P. S.
Please remember that Refreshing Leadership Conference comes up Thursday, 20th through Saturday 22nd of December, 2018.
I believe that if we focus on developing leaders in the Church (I mean the Body of Christ), our people will be equipped to succeed in life and strategically positioned to lead in their various fields of endeavor. Think about. See you at RLC this December.


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