“UNSTOPPABLE GLORY”. Part 1 : Thursday January 2

Hosea 4:7

“As they were increased, so they sinned against me: therefore will I change their glory into shame.”

Welcome again to the new year 2020. It will be a year that the Spirit of the Lord Has given us the word about glory that will be unstoppable. Amen. As long as the glory of Jesus is unstoppable, no one and nothing and absolutely nothing can be able to stop your glory, in Jesus Name. Amen. This new year, it is important that we all run away from sin and any appearances of sin so that our glory can move forward and go higher. Amen!

Jesus never allowed himself to be attracted with sin to anything. John 14:30 revealed how the prince of this world attempted to drag Jesus to sin. The Bible makes it clear that there was nothing found in Jesus as sinful; hence His glory lasts for ever till this day. Sin is a glory changer.

God would not watch sinners grow in sin. He would take necessary action against sin and sinners. There is no time critical for us to repent from sinning. It has consequences that can go from generation to generation. This is the first month of the year and repentance from our various sins will make the glory of God to help our glory to be unstoppable, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for taking me and family through the old year 2019 to the new year 2020, in Jesus Name.
2) Father, thank you for not allowing sin to have dominion over my life, in Jesus Name.
3) Father, have mercy upon me and family this year, in Jesus Name.
4) Father, let my glory shine in a new magnitude this year 2020 in Jesus Name.
5) Lord, my glory will not be turned to shame, in Jesus Name.
6) Father, do not allow my increases to push me to sin, in Jesus Name.
7) Lord, this is the second day in the new year, let my glory begin to shine and shine for you, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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