He is alive Amen He is alive Amen, my Jesus is alive forever He is alive amen. He is alive Amen, He is alive Amen, my Jesus is alive forever is alive amen.// What a Mighty God we serve alleluia, what a Mighty God we serve, heaven and earth adore Him, angels bow before Him, what a Mighty God we serve. Alleluia, 2x

Yes! O God is Mighty, My God is All Powerful, He is All Glorious, He is All Excellent, God blessed be His Name on high in Jesus Name. Faithful is our God who reigneth over the earth. He made the World for His pleasure and we are glad to number among the works of hand fit for His glory, thank You Lord,  thank You forever more.

Beloved, the blood of Jesus is so precious and so potent that nothing stand before the blood. No power can stand before the power of the Most High God. He is Great in power and no demon can stand before Him.

When Satan plotted His death through the cruel execution by the Jews, he thought that will end God plan of salvation and the reign of Christ. But unknowing to him that his death on the cross fulfill the mandate of salvation and enthrone Him to reign forever more.

Wow! The secret of our destiny belongs to God and often time when the enemy closes a way thinking that will be the end of us unknowing to him, he is opening us up to fulfilling our destiny.

Beloved, nothing stands before the blood of Jesus not sickness, not weakness, not failure, nothing stands before the blood. Our healing is secure with the blood, so our prosperity and goodness. The promise of God is secure in the blood and eternity is also secure by the blood of Jesus, glory be to God on high.

Beloved, come for more revelational power in the Blood of Jesus:

“The precious blood of Christ.” 1Peter 1:19


Standing at the foot of the cross, we see hands, and feet, and side, all distilling crimson streams of precious blood. It is “precious” because of its redeeming and atoning efficacy. By it the sins of Christ’s people are atoned for; they are redeemed from under the law; they are reconciled to God, made one with Him.

Christ’s blood is also “precious” in its cleansing power; it “cleanseth from all sin.” “Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow.” Through Jesus’ blood there is not a spot left upon any believer, no wrinkle nor any such thing remains. O precious blood, which makes us clean, removing the stains of abundant iniquity, and permitting us to stand accepted in the Beloved, notwithstanding the many ways in which we have rebelled against our God.

The blood of Christ is likewise “precious” in its preserving power. We are safe from the destroying angel under the sprinkled blood. Remember it is God’s seeing the blood which is the true reason for our being spared. Here is comfort for us when the eye of faith is dim, for God’s eye is still the same.

The blood of Christ is “precious” also in its sanctifying influence. The same blood which justifies by taking away sin, does in its after-action, quicken the new nature and lead it onward to subdue sin and to follow out the commands of God. There is no motive for holiness so great as that which streams from the veins of Jesus. And “precious,” unspeakably precious, is this blood, because it has an overcoming power.

 It is written, “They overcame through the blood of the Lamb.” How could they do otherwise? He who fights with the precious blood of Jesus, fights with a weapon which cannot know defeat. The blood of Jesus! sin dies at its presence, death ceases to be death: heaven’s gates are opened. The blood of Jesus! we shall march on, conquering and to conquer, so long as we can trust its power!

Did you read what happens at the sight of the blood of Jesus? Beloved, don’t forget that is our first prayer meeting for this month, we must prayer seriously to secure our position and lots in this month. Moses prayed and faint not likewise we must prayer without fainting in Jesus Name:

And his hands were steady until the going down of the sun.” Exodus 17:12


So mighty was the prayer of Moses, that all depended upon it. The petitions of Moses discomfited the enemy more than the fighting of Joshua. Yet both were needed. No, in the soul’s conflict, force and fervour, decision and devotion, valour and vehemence, must join their forces, and all will be well.

You must wrestle with your sin, but the major part of the wrestling must be done alone in private with God. Prayer, like Moses’, holds up the token of the covenant before the Lord. The rod was the emblem of God’s working with Moses, the symbol of God’s government in Israel. Learn, O pleading saint, to hold up the promise and the oath of God before Him. The Lord cannot deny His own declarations. Hold up the rod of promise, and have what you will.

Moses grew weary, and then his friends assisted him. When at any time your prayer flags, let faith support one hand, and let holy hope uplift the other, and prayer seating itself upon the stone of Israel, the rock of our salvation, will persevere and prevail.

Beware of faintness in devotion; if Moses felt it, who can escape? It is far easier to fight with sin in public, than to pray against it in private. It is remarked that Joshua never grew weary in the fighting, but Moses did grow weary in the praying; the more spiritual an exercise, the more difficult it is for flesh and blood to maintain it.

Let us cry, then, for special strength, and may the Spirit of God, who helpeth our infirmities, as He allowed help to Moses, enable us like him to continue with our hands steady “until the going down of the sun;” till the evening of life is over; till we shall come to the rising of a better sun in the land where prayer is swallowed up in praise.

Beloved, this is a life experience never knew that I will ministry on this today, but often time God allow something in my life so that it will easy for my understanding and ministration, having stood in the place of prayer for over an hour I fell fainting but I thank God I did not stop praying rather I invite the Holy Spirit to come and help me and perfect what I was standing in gap for this morning and I believed he did. And later I continue my intercession.

Beloved, it often easy to fight with sin in the public than to against it in the private. Let us learn to stand firm in the place of prayer, if fainting comes in before the desired result do not fail to employ this two person “faith” and “hope’ and you fight to finish in Jesus Name.

May the help and sustain especially when are fighting a battle in Jesus Name. Thank You must gracious God because it is done in Jesus Name.

Father answer us when we call on you in Jesus Name. Help our feeble hand and feet and make it strong in Jesus Name. Arise O God and be God indeed on us in Jesus Name.

O God of mercy arise and win every battle by the blood of Jesus. Let the quickening power in Christ rise every of our dead potential to life again in Jesus Name.

Father be it done unto us as we “Hold up the rod of promise, and have what we will” in Jesus Name Amen.

Beloved, pray and plead the blood shad for your freedom in Jesus Name.

Remain blessed in the Lord

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