Don’t Let Him Go

A Promise For You From Bible Promises:

Topic: Don’t Let Him Go [31/07/2017]

And he said, Let me go, for the day breaketh. And he said, I will not let thee go, except thou bless me. Genesis 32:26. Read: Gen 32:24-30

When Jacob was about to go meet his elder brother Esau, he was afraid because of what he did to him before he left home (he stole his birthright and blessing). Gen 25:29-34, 27:26-29. Jacob knew that there must be a change, something has to be done. He knew if he should meet his brother like that without a change, there would be problem.

The night before meeting his brother, he decided to meet with God first. You see, when you meet with God first before you take that decision, everything will work in your favor.  “And Jacob was left alone; and there wrestled a man with him until the breaking of the day”. Gen 32:24. He was alone with God, he wrestled with him until the breaking of the day. When He saw that Jacob was not giving up on Him, And he said, Let me go. Jacob’s reply to Him was, I WILL NOT LET THEE GO, EXCEPT THOU BLESS ME. The angel of the Lord had just one option – to bless Him. With your persevering attitude, you can get what you want from the Lord.

Tonight before we enter into the month of August, if those area of your life you are believing God for perfection for are still yet to be settled, if you put on the same attitude of Jacob of no retreat no surrender until you bless me, you shall have whatsoever you desire. The woman with the issue of blood pressed through the crowd to get her healing, Jairus persevered to see that Jesus finally comes to raise his dead daughter to life. Mk 5:25-34. What you desire God to do for you this month of perfection is still very much available and possible in spite of today being the last day of the month. The question is, can you hold on to God tonight until you see your desired change? Don’t let Him go until you prevail.


*Father, today, I will never let You go unless you bless, heal, promote, save and grant my heart desires in Jesus Mighty Name*

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