Saturday, October 12, 2013


Tomorrow is the great day; from Mount Hermon a blessing will be bestowed upon all those who believe, all those who have surrendered and sacrificed throughout these 21 days.
It is not a blessing for everyone alike; the criteria has been your commitment to the purpose of this Fast.
The greatness of tomorrow surpasses all our human understanding. It is not matter of just preparing oneself for this meeting, reading the Word of God and confirming with your words that what Jesus promised will be fulfilled tomorrow.
You need to believe with your Spirit for whatever comes from God is reserved to those who adore Him in Spirit and in truth.
God is Spirit so we can only grasp what He has in store for us if we walk in Spirit.
This is the reason many read the Bible but do not understand what God is talking to them directly.
They know Bible passages by heart, they repeat them over and over, they preach the same word but they have no understanding on how to apply that Word in their own life.
As you prepare yourself for tomorrow, allow the Spirit of God to speak with you.
Tomorrow is the day of putting a life of defeat, insecurities and complexes behind. Tomorrow is the day of meeting our Lord face to face and receiving His DNA.
Prepare yourself with fast and prayer, prepare yourself with a contrite heart, and prepare yourself with sincerity and transparency.
Tomorrow it will be the day of the new covenant – total surrender to the only One who can save your soul.
“ who also made us sufficient as ministers of the new covenant, not of the letter but of the Spirit” for the letter kills but the Spirit gives life” (2 Cor 3:6)
Day 20 – Put your knowledge of the Bible and years as a Christian all aside; seek for the Spirit and receive life.

1 comment:

Lisa Gumada said...

Definitely will be preparing my Spirit. I purposed to take part in this Fast totally different from the previous ones and not just by reading the Bible and fasting. The Holy Spirit showed me things about myself that I would never had seen.