Sunday service



10. Prepared table.
Psa. 23:5A, “Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of my enemies”. God prepares a table before you in the presence of your enemies. That is one of the greatest blows you can give your enemies. Your success, which the enemies cannot stop, will make them grieve; the humble shall hear of it and be glad. If your heart is grieved when God is blessing others, then you need deliverance. When God blesses you if you follow the principles of God’s kingdom, nobody can stop you. I have come to realize that the greatest problem of man is man himself. The only person that can stop you is you if you decide to internalize iniquity in your heart. The iniquity in your heart does not affect any other person, it affects you. The earlier you come to terms with that the better. You will stop looking outside for the source of your problems. God prepares a table for you in the presence of your enemies. The enemy is not the problem as long as God is there for you. The more they grieve, the more the blessings because God cannot be liquidated. It will get to a point when the enemy will come to make peace and you will lead them to Christ and the kingdom of God will be enlarged. That is evangelism by the power of the cross, it is the greatest evangelism – the message of the cross. That is the type of message that raised all the consolidated Christians I know. I have never seen a consolidated Christian made out of the prosperity message. The prosperity message does not have what it takes to make a consolidated Christian. The more I look at the prosperity message, the more I see the emptiness of it all, it produces shallow Christians who give testimonies but lack character. They testify of how they sowed a certain amount and then became billionaires. How did it happen? What was the process? What have you become?

Pray –

  • Dear Heavenly Father, I thank you for the generous provisions you have made for my comprehensive well-being here and here after. Thank you for preparing a table for me in the presence of my enemies. I ask that your blessings will continue to increase and multiply in every facet of my life in Jesus’ name. Amen.


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