Glory be to God in the highest Amen! Glory be to God in the highest Amen! For His mercies enduerth forever Amen! For His mercies enduerth forever Amen!// thanks Lord  we give you thanks for all You have done in my life, we are so bless our life has found rest, O Lord, we give thanks.

Our Heavenly Father, we thank You we bless Your Holy Name, great is Your faithfulness, morning by morning new mercies I see, thank You for Your faithfulness, thank You for being my Father indeed, You are great, You are so good, Faithful is Your Name. Thank You for answers to prayers, thank You for not forsaking us.

Receive all Praise, all adoration, honour forever in Jesus Name. Excellent is Your Name, Marvellous are Your works, Father we bow to worship You, receive our praises in Jesus Name.

Beloved, how are doing day? How was your time out yesterday in the place of intercession? Did you receive confirmation on the things you prayed for? Yes! Confirmation is a pointer to the mind of God towards what you praying or asking from Him and until you get that, I suggest you continue in your request until you receive a signal from heaven that you request has been approved, so with that confident you wait patiently for the arrival of your consignment.

Beloved, if you do get such a sign from above and you cease to pray than you are in for “the more you look the less you see.” If you are not careful satan will engage you in discussions that might ruin your faith in God, this  will create room for doubt and occasions that will exposes you negatively to what you once believe in. Praise the Lord.

It is so important that we always remind ourselves who we are in Christ. the moment you get this fix in your life, you will have swell time with God. God kept on reminding Moses and prophets of old about teaching their children about things He did in time past so as to keep it fresh in their memories and in the mind by reminding them that He is their God and has chosen them for Himself.

So in our time, we are also reminded to keep our faith burning by constantly reading our bible which contents everything God have done in the time past, and also a pointer to the future to what He will do. Dearly beloved, how you are obeying that portion of command determines how far you can go in the things of God.

Simply put, will determine and secure your believe system in God. Often times, what we go through in life posses some questions that we begin to doubt Who God is, we question everything around us when things are not going the way we wants and that also creates fear and doubt in us and also effects our believe system.

In our faith clinic today, through the help of the Holy Spirit, we will be receiving the mind of God concerning  what you should when you are face with such situation. Praise the Lord!

Please come along for more:

Listen to Me, you who pursue righteousness,  you who seek the Lord: Look to the rock from which you were cut, and to the quarry from which you were dug.—Isaiah 51:1

As Christians, we ought never to overlook our heritage. An awareness of our Christian heritage helps us to understand our identity, and it gives us a sense of where God is leading us.

The Israelites had a rich heritage. Their nation began as a result of Abraham and Sarah’s faithfulness. The generations that followed included Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph as their faithful leaders. God richly blessed His people and made them prosper. God continued to show favor on the Israelites by leading them out of Egypt into a prosperous land of their own. God established His nation through some of the most awesome miracles in history.

God continued to provide strong leaders, such as Moses, Joshua, Gideon, Deborah, Samuel, David, and Solomon. He sent mighty prophets such as Elijah, Isaiah, and Jeremiah. Unfortunately, in Isaiah’s day, God’s people had reached a point where they had forgotten their heritage. They lived as spiritual paupers rather than as heirs to a rich heritage and members of a royal priesthood.

Your spiritual heritage is even richer than that of Isaiah’s generation. Your spiritual ancestors include Mary the mother of Jesus, John the Baptist, the disciples, the apostle Paul, and a host of saints down through the ages. Even more important, you look to Jesus as the author and finisher of your faith (Heb. 12:2). You may have a family history of faithfulness that goes back several generations.

Do you see the full picture of God’s redemptive work? God’s plan involves you, just as it has included each Christian throughout the centuries. God wants you to participate in His continuing work to redeem a lost world. Your obedience today will provide a legacy of faithfulness to the generations that follow.

Did you read that, “Your spiritual heritage is even richer than that of Isaiah’s generation? “ is that exciting to know that you are have a rich heritage? That is enough to encourage you and keep you running the race to the end, knowing that Jesus is right beside you to help you or carry you the difficult times. Come and hear more:

“Behold, I have graven thee upon the palms of my hands.” Isaiah 49:16


No doubt a part of the wonder which is concentrated in the word “Behold,” is excited by the unbelieving lamentation of the preceding sentence. Zion said, “The Lord hath forsaken me, and my God hath forgotten me.” How amazed the divine mind seems to be at this wicked unbelief! What can be more astounding than the unfounded doubts and fears of God’s favoured people?

The Lord’s loving word of rebuke should make us blush; He cries, “How can I have forgotten thee, when I have graven thee upon the palms of my hands? How darest thou doubt my constant remembrance, when the memorial is set upon my very flesh?” O unbelief, how strange a marvel thou art! We know not which most to wonder at, the faithfulness of God or the unbelief of His people.

He keeps His promise a thousand times, and yet the next trial makes us doubt Him. He never faileth; He is never a dry well; He is never as a setting sun, a passing meteor, or a melting vapour; and yet we are as continually vexed with anxieties, molested with suspicions, and disturbed with fears, as if our God were the mirage of the desert. “Behold,” is a word intended to excite admiration.

Here, indeed, we have a theme for marvelling. Heaven and earth may well be astonished that rebels should obtain so great a nearness to the heart of infinite love as to be written upon the palms of His hands. “I have graven thee.”It does not say, “Thy name.” The name is there, but that is not all: “I have graven thee.” See the fulness of this! I have graven thy person, thine image, thy case, thy circumstances, thy sins, thy temptations, thy weaknesses, thy wants, thy works;

I have graven thee, everything about thee, all that concerns thee; I have put thee altogether there. Wilt thou ever say again that thy God hath forsaken thee when He has graven thee upon His own palms?

Wow! Beloved, an so fulfilled this moment by the risen of this ministration, my faith has grown again to a new level, I am so happy to be reminded of who I am and what God did to keep me in constant remembrance by Him. beloved do not let doubt creep into your heart to question either your heritage or your place in God. May God always keep our heart so close to Himself and may the Holy Spirit keep us in constant remembrance of these promises till it becomes part of us, Amen!

Beloved do not depart from the ancient landmark, which thy Father have set (Prov 22:28).

Remain blessed in the Lord.

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IFEOMA OHONDU is the founder of the MattersoftheHeart foundation, a platform where issues affecting our everyday life are discussed and where necessary proffer solution. She is part of the end time army, who will not break their rank to fulfill the urgent call of God upon her life by declaring His word to the helpless, the doubting, the comfortless and the dying world. The world will experience great restoration and healing in the Word of God through her ministration. She is a voice to emphasize key spiritual truth about Faith, Healing and Encouragement.

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