”Grace in the wind“. Part III: Wednesday August 19

Matthew 14:24

“But the ship was now in the middle of the sea, tossed with waves : for the wind was contrary.”

As Christians, we need to understand that contrary winds will blow no matter which directions we turn. The fact that we are Christians does not stop and cannot stop the winds from blowing and at times could be contrary. When the winds became contrary against the Apostles, it was not able to stop or destroy their assignment or destiny, but instead strengthened them for greater and better assignments. Amen.

It was the wind of grace that blew Paul and changed his life from a murderer to a minister. The winds could blow troubles but Jesus is coming to rescue His own in the wind. Amen.

Cast all your anxieties on Jesus. He would not leave us in the middle of the tossing winds. 1 Peter 5:7. Lay hold firmly unto this Bible passage. Jesus cares for you and I especially in the storms and troubles of life. He is coming to save us in this world that almost everything is contrary not only the winds. When troubles come and life seems falling apart, Jesus is up to the task. Amen.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you in advance because the storms in my life shall end in praise, in Jesus Name.
2) Lord, turn the contrary wind to pleasant wind for me and family, in Jesus Name.
3) Father, as this month of August is advancing, open doors of special grace for me and my family, in Jesus Name. Amen.
4) Father, be with me and my family whenever the winds are blowing contrary in Jesus Name.
5) Lord, let the wind from the East arise and blow every sin away from my lineage, in Jesus Name.
6) Lord, you are the divine rescuer, rescue me and family from every evil wind blowing in this generation, in Jesus Name.
7) Father, by your grace and mercy that are new every morning, contrary wind will not destroy my destiny, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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