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“So mightily grew the word of God and prevailed”. Acts 19:20 (KJV)


One major tool and strategy that Satan is using against the believer today is to get the eye of the believer off the Word. If he can get your eyes off the Word, then he has got you. Satan knows he has no answer to the Word. He doesn’t have an answer for the Word of God and that’s why the Word is our greatest weapon.


In the book of Psalm chapter 91:4, the Word of God declares: “He shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth shall be thy shield and buckler”. You see, it is the word that protects you, guards you, defends you, strengthens you and energizes you. His truth shall be your shield and buckler. The Word of God is so powerful that it is difficult to truly and fully understand the mystery of the Word. When prophetic words are declared over your life, don’t take them for granted. Accept them with a knowing that despite the situation you are facing, the Word of God will prevail. All you need is consistency. Just stay there. Hang in there and refuse to quit. You will see that the word will grow above the situation.


According to our text for today: “so mightily grew the word of God and prevailed”. That means the word of God will prevail over any challenge you are going through right now. As a Prophet of God, I have a responsibility to speak God’s word over your life. Your own responsibility is to believe and receive them. So, I declare that you are coming out of that situation. You are coming out of that challenge. Your situation will bow to your destiny. The devil will not have your lunch. He will not take your dinner. I declare you shall receive knowledge of witty inventions, divine concepts and ideas.  Let your creativity come alive. Only good news will come from your camp. I will hear your testimonies.


Further Reading: Acts 19:18-20; Psalms 91:1-8

Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Numbers 9-11; Evening- Mark 5:1-20

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