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“And the Lord spake unto the fish, and it vomited out Jonah upon the dry land.” Jonah 2:10 (KJV)


In the book of Jonah chapter 1, God gave Jonah an instruction. Rather than obeying God, Jonah decided to run. The God of all flesh then spoke to a fish in the sea saying: Soon I am going to be throwing down somebody by the name Jonah. But I don’t want you to eat him because he is not for you to eat as food. I just want you to keep him for a while until he recognizes that God rules in the affairs of men. When Jonah repented and was ready to do the Lord’s bidding, God again spoke to the fish to vomit Jonah on the land because Jonah could not swim if vomited in the sea. And the fish obeyed. That same God will do wonders in your life. Whatever has swallowed you up will vomit you.

In Matthew chapter 17, God also spoke to another fish to swallow up a coin. Fishes naturally don’t eat metals but God commanded the fish to swallow the coin. In other words, keep it because I will need the coin. So when it was time to pay tax, Jesus sent Peter to the exact sea where God had instructed the fish to position itself for Peter’s hook. As soon as Peter cast the hook into the sea he brought out the fish with the coin.

Beloved, you need to understand that when the time comes for your need to be met, nothing will stop you. God can speak to any of His creation on your behalf and they will obey.

Secondly, there is a fish somewhere carrying your millions, God will position that fish for you. I decree by the mandate of heaven that you will no more be stranded. Money will not embarrass you. Money will no longer limit you. From today, blessings will begin to gravitate towards you. God will show up in your life. Your barns will burst forth with plenty.

Further Reading: Jonah 1:1-17, 2:1, 10; Matthew 17:24-27

Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Jeremiah 32-33; Evening- Hebrews 1



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