I confidently welcome you anew into the New Year 2016, God’s Year for Our LIMITLESS GRACE. This New Month of May is prophetically the Month of Your Manasseh and Ephraim. The names were the prophetic names Joseph gave to his sons in Egypt. In the providence of God, the two Hebrew names: Manasseh (forgetfulness) signified that God had made him forget the misery of his separation from his family. Ephraim (double fruitfulness) signified that God had made him fruitful in the land of Egypt. Indeed, Joseph went through a lot of trials and sorrows for almost thirteen years in the land of Egypt before the hidden glory finally manifested (Genesis 45: 13). In the same manner, the God of Hope has spoken to cause you to forget your past shame and pains by making you to have a double fruitfulness in your land of Destiny. Now get ready to do away with every past hardship, sorrow, suffering and pain. Amen.
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Monthly Prophetic Prayer Power-Points
- Today I declare that it is time to forget my past misery and pains (Job 11: 16).
- In the Name of Jesus Christ I decree that shame and reproach of my past is forgotten (Isaiah 54: 4)
- Today I declare that the God of Hope will help me to forget the memories of every former disappointment and failure of my life (Isaiah 43: 18-19)
- In the name of Jesus Christ I pray that the Lord will remember me in my current trials so as to make my life to be fruitful in the Land (Hebrews 6: 10)
- Today I pray that the good Lord will make my life to be fruitful and blessed afresh (Genesis 1: 28).
- In the name of Jesus Christ I pray that God will make my life to be in abundance and exceedingly great (Exodus 1: 7).
- Today I receive the fresh anointing to experience fruitfulness and multiplication in every area of my life (Isaiah 32: 15).
CONCLUSION: The God of Hope is ready to promote you and make your trial a triumph, test a testimony, and pain a purpose.
A Christian is a mind through which Christ thinks; a heart through which Christ loves; a voice through which Christ speaks; a hand through which Christ helps.
– Paul L. Tan