A Promise For You From Bible Promises:

Topic: Congratulations. Pt One [12/08/2017]

Now Elisabeth’s full time came that she should be delivered; and she brought forth a son. And her neighbours and her cousins heard how the Lord had shewed great mercy upon her; and they rejoiced with her. Luke 1:57-58. Read: Gen 21:1-7

When a man achieves a major breakthrough in life, men congratulate him. They pay him/her courtesy visit. They rejoice with him in his celebration mood. They spread his news and achievements. When you are successful in life, men associate themselves with you, but when you’re in need, you would hardly see committed friends. Everyone want to be seen and associate  with the high and mighty in the society. In this Month of Visitation, God will visit you, evidence of His Visitation shall be seen in your life and men shall congratulate you in Jesus Mighty Name. When Zechariah and Elizabeth had waited for the fruit of the womb for years, the day God answered them and Elizabeth gave birth, neighbours and cousins came to congratulate her and they rejoiced with her. They might have been calling her barren but now the story has changed. God will change your story to glory and celebration in Jesus Mighty Name. That nickname given to you because of your predicament shall change today. She was called the woman with the issue of blood. Her problem replaced her real name. I decree into your life, your problem shall not replace your original name; your problem shall not swallow your name and glory in Jesus Mighty Name.

When God finally fulfilled the promise He made to Abraham in Gen 21:6-7, And Sarah said, God hath made me to laugh, so that all that hear will laugh with me. And she said, Who would have said unto Abraham, that Sarah would have given birth? for I have bore him a son in his old age. This shall be your song as a testimony this season.


* Whoever that has nicknamed you shall change their mind when they see the evidence of God’s Visitation in your life in Jesus Name

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