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Oh Hell No!

It is my prayer that you will hear a Word reminding You of Your Purpose and Destiny in God. Be encouraged. Be Blessed.

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You may limp away, But You will Never BE THE SAME!

Posted by sistahsministrydevotional on October 23, 2013 at 2:50 PM Comments comments (1)
You may limp away, But You will Never BE THE SAME! that God wants us to have Public Victories, as well as Private Victories. You know? The things that we may struggle with in our personal walk that no one sees. Jacob can't be the only one to "Wrestle" with the Angel of the Lord until the Breaking of Day; and as a consequence, walk away changed from the inside out!



Today, that private thing that you don't seem to have a "Breakthrough" in; get that on your heart and your mind and "Wrestle" in the spirit (prayer and fasting, reading the Word of God). Don't let up, don't let go until He Bless Your Soul! You may have to give up some things that your flesh rather enjoys doing, BUT it will ALL be Worth it. When you let go of a thing for righteousness sake, God can and will replace what you've struggled with, with Great victory and Peace. You may have to let some things, people, and places go...... You may even limp away, But You will Never BE THE SAME!!!!


Genesis 32:24-26

By La'Tonya Anderson

Welcome to "Oh Hell No!"

Posted by sistahsministrydevotional on October 17, 2013 at 5:00 PM Comments comments (0)

The Struggle is Over by Rev. Celeste Kelley

Turning the struggle over (the struggle is over) to God and waiting for a word of instruction.

God not only came with instruction, He came with assurance. We can’t fix any problem, but God will use us to rectify and restore. If we stand still and wait for instruction and than act after we receive instruction, God will heal and restore communities, regions, nations, and yes even affairs that affect the world. But if we are too petrified to believe that God can change our household messes, how can we trust Him enough to instruct and use us in the bigger scope of things. But if we embrace that no weapon formed against us, and if we believe the battle is not ours, it’s the Lords – we can actually celebrate and say the struggle over.

So, as God empowers you, and you see your circumstance as hopeless, remind yourself, it’s not a struggle, it’s a stepping-stone… and your struggle will be over.

So as God breaks things off in your life so that He can add increase, don’t moan, “Why is this happening to me.” But instead rejoice and say “thank you Lord for bringing me through this thing so you can use me” and no weapon formed against you shall prosper!