Yielding to God who has exceeding power2

Posted on 18-Jan-2020, Bishop Chris Mukwavi

God’s facilitation. Eph. 3:20c.

When Jesus returned to Heaven, God did not leave us as orphans. God has deposited a power within our hearts and our lives. The power that drives our hearts, is the power that works in our lives. There is a legitimate power that God has deposited in our hearts and our lives to work out His purposes.

Jesus declares; “And I will pray the Father, and He shall give you another Comforter, that He may abide with you forever.” John 14:16. We were not left as orphans, but God sent the Holy Spirit who gives us power.

This power is the same power that raised Jesus from the dead and sat Him on the right-hand side of the Father in Heaven. It works in us for all things as we seek and wait on God. Eph. 1:20. May this power resurrect every spiritual death in our lives this year. Let us pray every dead situation in our lives back to life as the Holy Spirit jump starts us. This power energises us from deep inside.

Let us yield to this power until we experience it. It will be explosive in our lives. It holds our blessing, destiny, breakthrough and the manifestation of this glorious inheritance in Christ Jesus. Let us realise that we are not alone. Matt. 28:20b. God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit are with us. The power is working towards us, within us and around us. The Holy Spirit never leaves us. Heb. 13:5b. we are the ones that grieve Him with our unrighteous acts and quieten His working within us.

Stay blessed.