Wednesday, 22 March 2017

"O' Christians - Are we one in Christ?" : The hand of God!

This is the beginning of a new series titled "O' Christians - Are we one in Christ?" Where I will be relating to you word of God from Rev. Francis O. Anosike of Rock of Victory Ministries International.

Please enjoy it and remain blessed:


Preacher: Rev. Francis Anosike.

Topic: The hand of God.

Address: Rock of Victory Ministries International: 28 Gwigwi Mrwebi Street, Corner Quin Road, Newtown Johannesburg, South Africa.

Prayer line: +27 11 492 0866.

Website:  www.rockofvictoryministries.org/

Text: Exodus 3: 20, Exodus 6:1-end & Exodus 13:3.


Note: "This is not the exact words of the preacher!”


The hand of God means a crucial time when God shows up to rot a great miracle most especially in dire situation of a person or nation.

The Israelite as a nation witnessed the hand of God has they were led out of Egypt; a place anguish, pain, and poverty. God used Moses in this case to warn the people of Egypt at that time that He's with Israelites but out of disobedience and strong-heart of Pharaoh; many people with himself perished.

Pains may linger on in a life of a christian for many years but a day will come that God would show his hand in that christian's life and his or her situation would change from poverty to prosperity. God does this so that people would know He has control over every circumstance.

A good of God's hand in a person is Joseph. He has sold as slaves to Egypt and as if it wasn't enough he ended up in gaol and at a certain Joseph thought it was over for him until the hand of God took him from a place of rejection and hopeless to an enviable height of total acceptance and authority in the same land that once condemned him.

The hand of God is unlimited, when that hand rests upon a land; the land would prosper and do great exploits. The hand is capable of doing all things. The hand fights against every enemy of a child of God.


Keynote: 

"For the hand of God to fight in our life we must maintain our relationship with God and might need to enter into a covenant of prayers with God so that the fire of Holy Ghost will continue to fight in you."

Rev. Francis O. Anosike.


Adapted by Olagunju, Success Taiwo.

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