📖: Psalm 107:15-16
Confession: Psalm 91
“Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men! For he hath broken the gates of brass, and cut the bars of iron in sunder”(Psalms 107:15-16).
We thank and bless God for His hand upon our lives and keeping us underneath His everlasting arms, for His creative power that brought all things to be, in the name of Jesus. We thank God for our daily bread, for our lives in Christ, the joy of heaven that burst into our days and hours. We thank God that our future is secured in Christ Jesus.
As we step out today and beyond, lines shall fall for us in pleasant places. God will touch the heart of all men to favour us and doors of favour will open unto us on its own accord. This week and beyond be full of pleasant surprises and the miracle that will make people to argue whether it is us they are seeing or hearing his name happen to us. May God’s hands of blessings be upon our lives and witness His power, goodness, and mercy upon all our undertaking and endeavors throughout the week and beyond.
This week and beyond, our heads will be lifted up and be anchored to the current of the glory of the Most High God and His overflowing grace, joy, and shower of blessings be bestowed upon us. May we be completely restored of every good thing we’ve lost or that’s eluded us, in Jesus’ name. Let us fix our eyes on God through Jesus Christ and for those yet to surrender their lives to Jesus, do so now, tomorrow might be too late. DO IT NOW and stay connected to Jesus Christ, the Author and Finisher of our faith. Go and Conquer! Go and Prosper! Stay connected! Stay focused! Stay blessed! Shalom!!!
🙏 O God, arise empower me to prosper this week and beyond, in the name of Jesus.
🙏 I enter into the covenant of prosperity and abundance with Elshadai, in Jesus’ name.
🙏 All obstacles on my way of progress shall be dismantled, in the name of Jesus.
🙏 I shall not fall into any mistake and error, in the name of Jesus.
🙏 Blood of Jesus, wipe off all handwriting of failure in my life, this week and beyond, in the name of Jesus.