And said, My Lord, if now I have found favour in thy sight, pass not away, I pray thee, from thy servant’…Genesis 18:1-3:
Have A Great Day Everyone…
In Ezekiel 46:1, The Lord said:The gate of the inner court that looketh toward the east shall be shut the six working days;
but on the sabbath (7th day) it shall be opened, and in the day of the new moon it shall be opened.”
Every door shut to your breakthrough will be opened today!!!
Therefore, Let us be calm and believe in the Lord
Have a great day everyone!
God Has A New Level For You This Week! “No weapon that is formed against you will prosper….Isaiah 54:17
Type Amen To Share And Thank Him
New Day, New Week…attack the week with enthusiasm…God Has Marked You For Favor This Week!
Happy New Week Everyone! Starting from today, you are moving from Glory to Glory, God will fill your mouth with laughter again.!
‘He will once again fill your mouth with laughter and your lips with shouts of joy. Those who hate you will be clothed with shame, And the dwelling place of the wicked will come to nothing Job 8:21-22
This week is declared your week of testimonies!…receive a double portion…
Remember everything is possible with God! Hold on all will well in due time’
‘With God, All Things are Possible’
As a young girl in rural Zimbabwe, Tererai Trent lived without running water and electricity and had no hope for her future. “I remember very well my father pointing to my brothers and the other boys in the village and saying: ‘These are the breadwinners of tomorrow. We need to educate them. We need to send them to school. The girls will get married,'” she says. “And that was just a painful experience for me.”
Tererai attended only two terms before she was forced to marry at age 11. By age 18, she was the mother of three….
In 1991, a visitor changed Tererai’s life forever. Jo Luck, from Heifer International, asked every woman about her greatest dream—something many of them didn’t know they were allowed to have. “I remember very clearly saying: ‘My name is Tererai, and I want to go to America to have an education, and I want to have a BS degree. I want to have a master’s, and I want to have a PhD,” she says. “And she just looked at me [and said], ‘If you desire those things, it is achievable.'”
Hoping her daughter could break the cycle of poverty, Tererai’s mother encouraged her to write her dreams on a piece of paper. The 20-year-old placed them in a scrap of tin and buried them under a rock in the pasture where she used to herd cattle. “As a woman without an education, life will continue to be a burden,” she wrote. “I truly believe in these dreams, and I hope one day to work for the causes of women and girls in poverty.”