“Come away with me in the night. I want to own your night hours and reclaim your night life. Seize the day by giving me your night. Let your evenings be drenched in my love and may your sleep be filled with the knowledge of my glory.”
“Remember who you are! You are not an orphan but I have brought you into my home and called you my own. Rule and reign using your authority in this season. Do not be complacent but advance. I am inviting you into the turnaround this day and will do exceedingly, abundantly beyond all you can ask, hope or imagine according to my power at work in you (Eph. 3:20). Only believe!"
“And even as you welcome many guests into your city, as you continue to welcome my presence, I will abide with you,” says the Lord. “I will come and inhabit your territory and terrain. I will come, I will stay and I will make my home with you.”
Father, what are you saying about Covid-19 right now? "It is not from me. I am not the author of death. I came to give you life and life more abundantly. Anything else is a contradiction to my nature and character. I am not a man that I should lie nor am I unstable in my ways.
I sense that there are some today who feel as though what they produced for the Father this year, in 2019, didn’t have the original, desired outcome. Perhaps things didn’t go exactly the way you planned and the end picture has resulted in things just not coming together the way you thought they would. Be encouraged!
Last Saturday Kenyan athlete Eliud Kipchoge became the first man to run a marathon in under two hours. This is as significant as when Roger Barrister broke the four minute mile. Listening to the commentators I heard one say, “I never thought I’d see this in my lifetime.”