Prayer Challenge

I want to ask you to say this prayer out loud, if possible.

“I belong to God. I am a holy vessel because I have the Holy Spirit of the Living God. The Lord of Heaven and earth has said to me; “I declare you holy!”. I commit to start believing what He says. I AM HOLY! Remind me daily, Spirit of the Living God, to treat myself as holy, open my eyes to every scheme of The Enemy to treat me as if I'm not. You, God, are Holy. Your word is the truth. This day Father, I chose to believe you! I ask this in the mighty name of your son Jesus Christ, who died on a cross for me so that I could be a coheir to the kingdom of God. Amen”

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Verse of the Week - Isaiah 9:6 - January 8, 2017

  • This Child (Jesus) was born for the benefit of all sinners and believers, from the beginning to the end of the world. 
  • He is called Wonderful, for he is both God and man. His love is the wonder of angels and glorified saints. 
  • He is the Counsellor, for he knew the counsels of God from eternity; and he gives counsel to men, in which he consults our welfare. 
  • He is the Wonderful Counsellor; none teaches like him. 
  • He is God, the mighty One. Such is the work of the Mediator, that no less power than that of the mighty God could bring it to pass. He is God, one with the Father. 
  • As the Prince of Peace, he reconciles us to God; he is the Giver of peace in the heart and conscience; and when his kingdom is fully established, men shall learn war no more. 
  • The government shall be upon him; he shall bear the burden of it. Glorious things are spoken of Christ's government. There is no end to the increase of its peace, for the happiness of its subjects shall last for ever. 
The exact agreement of this prophecy with the doctrine of the New Testament, shows that Jewish prophets and Christian teachers have the same view of the person and salvation of the Messiah.
                                                                                                                                                      adapted from Matthew Henry's Bible Commentary

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