Rhapsody of Realities TeeVo;
Saturday, February 15th,2020;
THE BALL IS IN YOUR COURT
(You’ve Got To Work The Word)
👤 Pastor Chris Oyakhilome;
📖 TO THE BIBLE
Mark 11:24 GNB “For this reason I tell you: When you pray and ask for something, believe that you have received it, and you will be given whatever you ask for.”
◀ LET’S TALK
Three weeks after Jemima prayed for a new phone, she began to wonder if her prayer ever went beyond the roof. And so, she’d often kneel in prayer to remind God of her request. Two months rolled by, and Jemima was yet to receive her new phone. Doubts soon filled her heart, and she gave up on it altogether a while later. Perhaps you once found yourself in Jemima’s shoes. You made a request to God in prayer, but when you saw no signs of His response, doubt crept into your heart, your faith diminished, and you gave up.
According to our opening scripture, however, you actually should believe and receive at the point of praying. Having done that, you need not worry afterwards. Though your miracle may sometimes seem delayed, if you’d hold on to God’s Word steadfastly, nothing would be able to stop it from manifesting.
God already did all that was necessary for you to have the best life ever. It’s wrong to think that He handpicks who to bless, when to bless them, and how to bless them. Rather, the Bible says He’s given you all things that pertain to life and godliness (2 Peter 1:3). So what do you want? You can have whatever you desire. Ask for it in faith and receive it.
🎯 Go Deeper
Acts 20:32; 1 Timothy 4:15-16
All things are mine. I’m conscious of God’s great provisions for me, and I continually bask in His love towards me. I can do all things. I have the divine wisdom and supernatural understanding to fashion the life of victory, glory and abundance that He desires for me, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
📚 Daily Bible Reading
Mark 1:21-45, Leviticus 8
Matthew 14:22-33, Genesis 46
Write down two things you’ll do differently, based on the knowledge that you can have whatever you desire.