Apostle wanted to lay a foundation in our hearing from the message, “I Have Made Thee.” He asked us to write down or remember something that we have asked God for, but hasn’t manifested itself yet. He told us that God heard it the first time. Abram was no longer called this but Abraham. He became a father of many nations. God made him a Father of many nations even though he had but one natural son, Ishmael, the son born out of disobedience and rebellion. As a result of Ishmael, God did not speak to Abram for thirteen years. Like when Abam’s name was changed to Abraham, indicating a change of nature, we too when we are born again experience a change of nature. If we ask God for something, he only sees the thing we asked for as done. We must agree with God in order to walk with him. We receive what we ask for the moment we ask, we just haven’t seen it. Everything that God says is sealed. Again, whatever he told you it is done. God will not deny his children. We must allow God’s process to run its course. Can we hold on to what God has promised?”
Apostle asked us to give God glory for the healing and the deliverance he did in the sanctuary on Sunday. He wanted us to understand that this is how God wants to move. The Lord gave us something on Sunday. No matter what happens after Sunday, we walk in the healing and deliverance that was given. Apostle spoke the word of God. Don’t forget what was spoken over our lives. God did it to glorify his son Jesus according to the word. He reminded us that there is safety in the word of God.
God is moving in such a way that if you are not looking or listening spiritually you will miss it.