GROWING IN THE MIRACULOUS BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE

PUNCHLINES AT BETHEL ENCOUNTER, MIRACLE FEAST, ADO EKITI.
GROWING IN THE MIRACULOUS BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE

Our generation is hungry for miracles, signs and wonders. No one would give attention to a man whose life lacks results and proofs.

We should stop complaining that people are deceived with evil powers out of the church. The question is “have we met their needs?”.

I’m not against tithing, I pay tithes. Hear me church, instead of giving more attention to justify receiving the 10% of the income of men, be more committed to meeting 90% of the need of men and watch what follows afterward.

Men don’t only value your personality, they value more the evidence that your sacrifices in the secret has provoked and produced.

The greatest miracle is salvation because it qualifies you to receive and perform every miracle.

Every time Jesus was confirmed by men as the son of God during His earthly ministry, it is always traceable to a display of the supernatural (John 2:23, John 3:2, Acts 2:22)

The church should stop giving excuse for powerlessness, let us go back to our knees and anticipate encounters that would bring us to the consciousness of being all that Christ died for us to become.

If Jesus could turned over 600 liters of water to wine when His time hasn’t come, what have you done after having the understanding that it’s your time, ” these signs shall follow those that believe”.

It becomes spiritual arrogance to covet dimensions of God you are not ready to pay the price. Tell my generation to stop saying they would do beyond our fathers in the Faith if they will continue to be irresponsible to their spiritual growth.

There is a cry that birth your call. Some people won’t get their miracle until they come in contact with us. How long will people suffer from our irresponsibility to spiritual growth?

Grow in faith. Our faith must be commensurate with the will of God.

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