Saturday, 7 February 2015

Bishop B. Manjoro: Walking in God’s favour, not sinking

Dunamis With Bishop B. Manjoro

When favour moment comes you need to boldly stand on the Word of God. Many like the official who leaned on King Ahab saw the miracle of provision on Israel’s economy but could not partake of it. But to you may it be different. I pray that you harvest from God’s favour!

Read on and discover how Peter almost sank in the midst of favour! 2015 you will not sink!

“And Simon answering said unto him, ‘Master, we have toiled all the night, and have taken nothing: nevertheless at thy word I will let down the net’. And when they had this done, they in-closed a great multitude of fishes: and their net broke.

“And they beckoned unto their partners, which were in the other ship, that they should come and help them. And they came, and filled both the ships, so that they began to sink . . . For he was astonished, and all that were with him, at the draught of the fishes which they had taken” Luke 5:6,7,9.

When you believe a word you also believe the person who has spoken the Word. Listen carefully because this is where we miss it.

Realise exactly when you begin to reap the favour. To Peter on our text above, favour began when he began to pull the net! I imagine him saying I’m not sure if these are the fish I normally catch.

Bishop B. Manjoro: Walking in God’s favour, not sinking Bishop B. Manjoro: Walking in God’s favour, not sinking

Because the great catch he got was in the same river he had caught nothing the previous night. Friend, in that same job, same marriage, same business, same subject, same budget — God is about to send you a turnaround.

This is a year of the Lord’s favour.

The impossible will become possible. O hallelujah.

Look what happens next; once the fish were inside, the boat began to sink. Be careful here.

When favour has come it comes in subtly. Don’t think favour will come semutserendende (flowing smoothly). Even if your boat begins to sink, it doesn’t matter.

Stand on the Word of God. If your promotion, marriage, children, future or business is appearing like its sinking just when you were about to give a testimony that God has been good to me don’t fear, don’t worry. Boldly stand on His Word. Favour comes with tests.

We see now, Peter when his boat began to sink due to the great catch of fish; one hand he is pulling the net on the other he is holding his partner’s hand. He called out on his partners because the harvest of favour was so great. In 2015 may you experience a great harvest of God’s favour. All the years you toiled and got nothing, may they be restored with a great catch in Jesus name.

But then like we said earlier right amidst the favour, he began to sink.

But I like it here. All Peter knew is God, and all he told himself is that God didn’t say launch your nets and sink but lower your nets for a catch! God didn’t say get it 2015 and suffer. No!

He said Get in 2015 the year of my supernatural favour!

Oooo don’t give up friend! When it feels like it’s not happening don’t worry that’s just the process.

Stay strong, stay bold.

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