COVENANT DAY OF SETTLEMENT @ WINNERS CHAPEL WORLDWIDE
THERE SHALL BE NO MORE UNREST FOR YOU…
It is not normal to be suffering the same challenge for too long. According to Deut 28:59, every challenge that has lasted for too long is a curse.
God does not have any agenda to suffer or train us beyond a while. Even if He causes you to go through hardness, it is so that you can handle the blessings that He wants to hand over to you. But don’t mistake hardness for hardship. Hardness means training, hardship is a curse. Scripture admonishes us to endure hardness as soldiers of Christ, but every curse must be rebuked.
1 Pet 5:10 tells us that after we have suffered for a while, God will make us perfect, establish, strengthen and settle us. Our kind of sufferings are trainings, and every training is expected to lift you to a higher position. That also means that if the challenge you’re going through has no sign of lifting for you, then it’s abnormal.
2 Cor 4:17-18 further proves this point; it says “our light affliction, which is for a moment, works for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory”. Whatever you’re going through is supposed to be working out something glorious for you; and if that is not the case, then you need divine intervention.
I have good news for you! This Sunday, at all Winners Chapel Church Facilities worldwide, including Faith Tabernacle – Canaanland, we’d be having a “COVENANT DAY OF SETTLEMENT” service. And God has prepared His servant, Bishop David Oyedepo, to settle every unrest in the lives of His people.
This is an opportunity for all; especially those who are in desperate need of settlement from trouble. And my prayer is that whatever needs to be settled in your life will be settled this time, in the name of Jesus!
Ofcourse, I’d gladly have you as my guest for this special service. I’d be live at Canaanland – where we hold 5 Holy Ghost empowered services. You may call or Whatsapp me on 09024529639 if you desire to.
God bless you, I love you, and don’t forget to share!
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