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“Who is he who speaks and it comes to pass, When the Lord has not commanded it?”
(Lamentation: 3: 37)

Pastor’s Corner

I courageously welcome you into the new year 2022, which is God’s year for our prophetic double victory based on romans 8: 37. In this second month of February God said, it is our month of divine double final say.

The doctors say, “you are what you eat,” the psychologists say, “you are what you think,” the educationists say, “you are what you know,” the economists say, “you are what you buy,” and the bible says, “you are what you speak or confess (greek: omologeo)

Also, according to the medical science, neurosurgeons have confirmed what the bible has said several years ago that the speech center in our brain has total dominion over the rest of the human nerves. So, every part of the human body must respond to what the speech nerve says (prov. 18:21) so the tongue is the king of the other parts of the human body.

Every race and culture has its own unique language. The longer you live in a place the more you speak its language. The kingdom of God also has its unique language of faith, victory and power and not of failure, defeat and hopelessness.

Amazingly, everybody speaks in the bible—from God to devil to demons to men and women to children and animals but God who had the first say in the first book of genesis also had the last and final say in the last book of revelation. In the same manner, I pray that the God of hope (not even the devil and his agents) will have the final say over everything concerning you and yours in this new year 2022 (amen and shalom!).

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Voice of Hope Vol. 110 – February 2022

Monthly Prophetic Prayer Power-Points

    1. Today I reject every shame of slavery and bondage to embrace the honor liberation and release
      (Exodus 2: 23-25; Psalm 91: 15)
    2. In the Name of Jesus Christ, I receive a heart of reverence for God that will usher me into the honor roll call of God
      (Psalm 15: 4; Proverbs 22: 4)
    3. Today I declare I will honor God with my life and my belongings so as to live a fulfilled life (Psalm 50: 23; Proverbs 3: 9-10)
    4. In the Name of Jesus Christ, I pray that every disgrace of fruitlessness in my life will turn to God’s divine grace and honor
      (Luke 1: 23-25)
    5. Today I declare that the Anointing of God will position me for honor and promotion in the New Year (Esther 6: 6-11)
    6. In the Name of Jesus Christ, I pray that the good Lord will lift me up so as to shame the enemies of my destiny (Exodus 14: 4; 14: 17)
    7. Today I declare the honor and glory of God will locate me anywhere I go in the New Year (1 Chronicles 26: 18; Esther 8: 16)