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Sunday, 13th December, 2020

Bible Reading: Genesis 32: 22-32

Memory VerseAnd He said, “Let Me go, for the day breaks.” But he said, “I will not let You go unless You bless me!” Genesis32:26(NKJV)

There was this minister of God who pastors a local congregation but he had a silent weakness eating up his life secretly. It was the weakness of sexual immorality. God was using him mightily while his weakness was equally killing him quietly. No sister was safe around him. One day, a family brought their daughter who was misbehaving under marine influence for deliverance. The girl was one of those children that was gotten from the river as a result of desperate barren parents.

The “anointed” man of God walked majestically to meet the girl. On getting close to her, she started laughing. Confused, the pastor started blasting in tongues but the more he prayed in tongues, the more the girl’s laughter increased. At that point the pastor knew he was standing face to face with a demon that meant business. He composed himself and yelled at the girl, “Come out of her in the name of Jesus!” For a moment there was silence. The girl kept looking at him sarcastically. Then the pastor repeated the command, but this time it was as if he had provoked the spirit in the girl to anger. Before he could finish his statement, the girl (with a masculine voice at that moment) shouted: “KEEP QUIET!” “Who are you commanding?!” Before the Pastor could compose himself again, two slaps had landed on his cheeks.

The parents who brought their child for deliverance were the ones who quickly intervened and rescued the pastor from the hands of their demon-possessed daughter who was ready to devour him. But before the whole scenario elapsed, the girl made a striking statement to the pastor that is worth noting: “Before you command us next time, make sure you are no longer connected to us. Rubbish!” It was the most embarrassing moment of his life. He walked away from the church highly disappointed in himself that day; but most importantly, he was challenged.

Like Jacob in Peniel, he was ready to wrestle with God and die seeking His face. He cried, “Father, kill my weakness or kill me!” He cried for just one thing – CONSECRATION! To cut long story short, that man of God tarried inside a bush for seven days without food or water. Exposed to cold, sun and wild animals, he travailed until he secured a visitation from heaven. Friends, that weakness of masturbation, pornography, addiction to hard drugs (weed, cocaine, etc) may not leave until you come totally to the end of yourself and cry out to God in desperation. Today, you must be tired of your weakness.

Quote:  When you cry like Jacob did, certainly, you will secure the attention of Heaven.

Prophetic Decree:  Any stronghold of iniquity in your life is broken, in Jesus name.

Prayer Focus                      

1. Thank you Father for Your power to save from all evil addictions.

2.  Any satanic altar servicing any long term evil addiction in my life, break, in Jesus name.

3. Blood of Jesus, cut off every weakness in my life, in Jesus name.

4. Deliverance fire of God set me free today, in Jesus name.

5. Thou stronghold of (immorality, lust, addiction to sex, hard drugs, weed, etc) break by fire, in Jesus name.

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR:   Acts 24-26

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