Thursday, 12 December 2019

Don't Lose Hope



“Now the Lord had prepared a great fish to swallow up Jonah. And Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights.” (Jonah 1: 17).

In the scripture above, the wind came and a great fish swallowed a great man. When a man is swallowed, destinies are swallowed and potentials and possibilities are aborted, because the man who is supposed to be the hope and breadwinner of his family has been silenced. Some years ago, a young worshipper in a Church was on his way to Enugu to pick up his National Youth Service Corps call-up letter when the vehicle he was in got involved in an accident. The impact of the accident led to his blindness. However, today, he is happily married and living well, even though the enemy thought he had been swallowed up.

If a man is swallowed by the enemy, his life stops. Some people delight in obstructing the lives of others. Any human being born of a woman who attempts to stop your progress, whoever that person is, wherever he or she is in the four corners of this world, I address such a person. He/she will not go unpunished, in Jesus name. “Who is he that saith, and it cometh to pass, when the Lord commandeth it not?” (Lam. 3:37).

In the first part of Job 30:15, Job infers that terror has been turned upon him and is pursuing his soul like a wind. Job 20:15 reads, “He hath swallowed down riches, and he shall vomit them up again: God shall cast them out of his belly.”

Fish represents marine spirit. I address them from God’s Holy altar; wherever that marine spirit is operating from in the form of a fish, I command it to vomit whatever it has swallowed from you in the name of Jesus Christ.

Further Reading: Job 22: 28 – 30, Mt. 12:40; Luke 11:30.

PRAYER/CONFESSION: My father, my father, deliver me from every affliction that wants to swallow me up in Jesus name. Amen!

WORDS OF WISDOM: Trouble is the raw material that prepares a godly person for thanksgiving.
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