Today, Dr. Siohvaughn Funches takes us deeper into God’s word and His will for our lives, which includes restful celebrations, while He fights for us and blesses us beyond what we prayed, hoped for, or ever imagined! It is God’s heart that we experience His blessings here on the earth in every area of our lives, just as it is in heaven. Because of this, He is giving us the wisdom we need to go from pending prayer request to possessing everything we asked for and much more!
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Waiting Room Wisdom (Part 9)
We’re going to be continuing on with part nine of our series titled Waiting Room Wisdom. No wonder God said wisdom is a principle thing. We’ve spent several episodes on this series without regret. If this is your first time joining us, I want to strongly encourage you to go back and read these previous episodes, because certainly you’re going to be blessed and you’re going to possess the wisdom that’s going to usher you in to inheriting the fullness of the promises God made you. Before we pick up where we left off, recap a bit, and then dive a little bit deeper into this wisdom and the word of God. Let’s take a moment and do what we always do, what God has given us the wisdom to do and that’s acknowledged God in prayer.
I thank you, Heavenly Father, for the opportunity again to get at the feet of Jesus and do the one thing that you Promised is needful. I thank you, Lord Jesus, that as we do this, your Holy Spirit is doing a work in us and doing a work around us. I thank you for the environment that you abide in is being worked on and you’re transforming us into the same image of Jesus Christ. I thank you, God, that you’re transforming the environment we live in into the environment of your kingdom in heaven. Lord, we say, let your kingdom come and let your perfect will be done in us and in our households as it is in heaven, nothing less than your very best. Manifest heaven in our lives, in the earth, these vessels, and in these temples of yours where you abide.
I thank you that you are enlightening our understanding, that we may know what is the hope of Jesus is calling on our life. What are the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the saints and what is the exceeding greatness of all his power towards us who believe according to the working of his mighty power? I thank you, Jesus, that you bless us by causing us to understand the scriptures and comprehend them more. I thank you, most of all for revealing yourself to us, for enlightening our understanding that we might comprehend the scriptures in a way where we know you more. I thank you that, as we do this, all the blessings, benefits, divine protection and provision that you have in your heart and that you’ve revealed to us, you do when we know you. I thank you that you’re making it manifest effortlessly in our life, in our families and in every area, God of need. You will reach those areas now and give us a heart’s desires in Jesus’ name. We pray. Amen.
If you’ve been with me on this journey, you know that the key scripture for this particular series is a key scripture for our entire life. It comes from Proverbs 4:7. I’ve read from the New King James version mostly and I say that for people who are joining us, people are getting in on this every single episode, afresh praise be to God. I always want to give them the wisdom and the knowledge about how this goes. You all, who’ve been with me on this journey for a while now already know. I try to remember to tell you, anytime that I don’t read out of the New King James version, maybe I go to the message version or the New Living Translation.
We Need Wisdom
That’s one of my favorites, but for this particular scripture, we got it from the New King James version. It says in Proverbs 4:7, “Wisdom is the principal thing. Therefore, get wisdom and in all your getting get understanding.” This is a foundational scripture for our entire life. Not just our walk with God, as far as spiritual things, but practical and natural things. We need wisdom for every aspect of this journey called life. There is no part, there’s no day and there’s no season where we don’t need wisdom. We need wisdom on a daily basis. No matter what the situation. In good times, we need wisdom. In tough times, we need wisdom. If we are abounding, let’s say financial provisions are going very well, we need wisdom and how to manage them when we keep it and grow it.
Let’s say that financial provision seems to be lacking or there’s a challenge there, you need the wisdom to get the wealth. We need wisdom no matter what. God has given us wisdom for something that all of us go through. It’s inevitable. We talked about early on in this series, there are times when we have a need of a miracle, a breakthrough, a restoration or turn around. God has a promise either in His word and/or through a prophet, you get a rainbow word from God. He speaks to you or maybe gives you a dream. However, it is that God communicates with you and you are believing God for that. There are times when God will make manifest immediately, the miracle, the provision or the desire of your heart, that thing you’re longing for, praying for.
There are also times when you have a promise from God and it doesn’t manifest in the earth as it is in heaven immediately. There’s a time where you will wait. God has given us wisdom for those times when you wait because when the miracle manifest immediately, people are possessing their possessions. There’s no problem that we see for people in the waiting room situation. God was letting me know that a lot of people were fainting in the waiting room during that period, where it’s after God made the promise, or you lay hold of a promise in the Bible and before the manifestation of that promise in your life, as God has definitely promised you.
God doesn’t want us to faint. He doesn’t want us to give up. He wants us to possess every possession. Christ has shed his blood and died for us to have it. The Bible says that “All the promises of God are yes and in Christ, they’re Amen.” This is not happenstance, we didn’t stumble across these blessings. It’s not anything we did to earn them or deserve them. We could never earn them or deserve them. These blessings have all been paid for and bought by the blood of Jesus Christ for us. God paid the heaviest price for us to have these blessings.
God doesn’t want us to forfeit any part of our destiny or any part of our inheritance. God’s heart is that we possess our possessions and we inherit the fullness of our inheritance. We fulfill our destinies beyond what we ever imagined, hoped or dreamed of. That’s God’s desire because we’re blessed to be a blessing. God wants to see his children, that’s us, blessed, happy and fruitful, but He knows that when He blesses us, many others are blessed. The entire body of Christ is blessed. The entire kingdom of God is blessed. People who are going way word or the wrong way in the world, the blessings of God on our life are tools, instruments, and even it imparts faith to them to believe that God is real, that God exists.
Not only that, that God is good. There’s hope in God. You don’t have to give up. In your life, you can hope in God. Our blessings are very important, not just because God wants to see us blessed and our households blessed, although He absolutely does. He also wants to bless the entire body of Christ. The Bible says, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son.” God’s heart is that no one would be lost. Our blessings are also important for people who have not yet come to know Christ, but definitely need to be saved. God wants a relationship with them. He wants to bless them. He wants to reveal Himself to them. He wants them to be in covenant with Him like we are.
These blessings are super important. You’re not selfish at all to want to be blessed. It’s God’s will for you to be fruitful and for you to multiply. That’s written. God is teaching us through this series and He’s taking it more time on this than He has any other particular topic. We can go from prayer and pending requests with God to praising and possessing. The fullness and that even greater measure of the manifestation of those blessings, promises, breakthroughs, miracles, wonder signs, whatever it is that you are believing your father for. He’s here to help us. God was teaching us the do’s and don’ts in the waiting room, giving us wisdom, “What do you do in the waiting room? What do you not do?” God has been talking to us about one of the things you don’t do, is you don’t wait to celebrate.
We’ve looked at many examples. This goes against the grain of the natural flesh because the flesh wants to see it, then believe it, speak it, shout about it, be happy about it. We were called by God to walk by faith and not by sight. God wants us to celebrate in the waiting room because as sure as He promised it, as sure as He is faithful, as sure as He is all-powerful, as sure as He said it is so. You can celebrate right then and there. Imagine you having a natural father who’s very wealthy. You know he’s a lavish giver and if he’s over the phone with you or you’re away at college, let’s say, or you moved to a different state, you’re married with your own family now.
He calls you and says, “I’m sending you a check.” You most likely start your celebratory dance right then and there because you trust the source of that statement. You know he has the ability to send that check. After all, he’s a very wealthy father and you know he loves you and you know he’s a man of his word. He keeps his word. Even with a natural father, something could happen. It could get lost in the mail or he could possibly forget, or maybe he gets in His feelings and he’s upset with you. For the first time, you’ve seen them be vindictive. I don’t know. God forbid that. He’s human. You’ve heard the saying, “Err is to be human.”
It’s real. It’s a cliché, but it’s nevertheless true. All you got to do is be human to err. It doesn’t take much else. God though is faithful. God is the possessor of heaven and earth. The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof. God is faithful, even if we’re unfaithful. God can never forget anything. He never needs to be reminded of anything. It’s not possible for God to make a mistake. It’s not possible for God to forget. It’s not even possible for the mail to it to make it late or get lost because God knows how to work all things together for our good. He knows how to make everything work together after the counsel of His own wheel. These things are written. How much greater can you begin to celebrate when God flawless, perfect, all-loving, all mighty, all-powerful, all-knowing forever faithful, unchanging. The same yesterday today and forevermore.
Don’t Wait To Celebrate
The one who loves us perfectly. The one who cannot lie, speaks and says, “I’ll do this.” If it wasn’t the truth before He said it, it became the truth once He uttered the words. We can celebrate if God in saying, “I’m sending you a check.” What’s your check? What are you waiting for to come in the mail in your life? Is it a breakthrough in your marriage? Is it healing for your heart? Is it a restoration of a wayward child? Whatever it is, it’s not too hard for God. We know nothing’s hard for God. In fact, and God is faithful. He will do it so you can celebrate Him at his word. You can celebrate them now. You can walk by that faith. You don’t need that site.
If you want to see something, see Jesus in the scripture and what you’ll see is faith. That faith will come and arise in you. You won’t have any choice but to celebrate from the inside out because you know as sure as he did it for the million people in the Bible, from the front to the back of it, He’ll do it for you. You won’t be the first exception to that rule that God is good and God is faithful. He hears the cry of the righteous and He answers it. The prayers of the righteous are not heard an answer, they avail it much. You are the righteousness of God in Christ, Jesus. Celebrate now, you will never be put to shame when your faith and your hope is in Jesus. The Bible tells you that.
We looked at King Jehoshaphat and saw him and the children of Israel during that time, under the threat of death, didn’t wait to celebrate. If you want to talk about putting a damper on a party, it’d be an imminent death threat. Right around the corner death threat, but they didn’t wait to celebrate. We saw what happened. God did the miraculous. They didn’t even have to lift the finger to fight. Their enemies fought one another, kill one another. God sent King Jehoshaphat and the children of Israel, the tribe of Judah to go in and collect the spoils of their enemies. It’s many valuables. They’re picking up gold, silver and jury off of these dead bodies. The Bible says that all those tribes, all those people in the congregation of Israel took them three days.
Can you imagine all those men, women, children, and takes three days to collect the spoils off for them off of their enemy? I’m from Chicago area, originally. This is something we would say in an instance like, “You just came up. These people are smiling now.” We would call that a come up big time, and how much a greater God now. Under the new covenant crisis come, we’re expecting not the same. We’re expecting greater works because we have a better covenant built on better promises. The Bible tells us that. We’re expecting better results, but let’s be honest.
Their results were like, “Good enough. I would not complain. What about you?” Jesus said, “This is a better covenant built on better promises.” I’m believing God better results. I’m rolling with him and I’m leaving no spoils behind. I don’t know about you, but if it takes 3 days or 3 years, I want to collect them all. I get that earring out of that rotting corpses’ ear. It looks like a real goal from here if I was a part of the tribe of Judah during those days. I certainly have that mindset now, “I want all of mine.” We’re going to look at the children of Israel during the time of Moses. Most of you all at least know that you can find that in Exodus. If you have never read that, I strongly encourage you to do so. For certain, you’re going to find risks.
If you’re at all engaged in any type of battle, spiritual or natural, I encourage you to read the first fifteen books of Exodus. It brings absolute rest to your soul. There’s a knowing on the inside of you when you’re done reading it, that God has God all by Himself. If God is for you, no one and nothing, not even collect can successfully against you in any way, shape, form of fashion. God is the God of restoration. He’s the God of paying you back. He’s the God that keeps His covenant. He’s the God that hears your cry. He’s the God that tells you, “You can sit down and relax. I will trample over your enemies and give you the victory and give you their possessions. I’m going to dispose them of their possessions and I’m going to give them to you.”
God is a just-right god and for certain, you want them on your side because you see the power of God. As I said in those first few chapters in the book of Exodus, no other place to me in the Bible. It speaks to me and gives me rest. I read it often. In fact, something tries to come against me, Exodus is my go-to because in Exodus has got delivered them and it reminds you that the righteous cry out and the Lord hears and delivers them out of all their troubles, out of all their distresses, you got to remember God will deliver you if something is there and it’s not God, how do we know it’s not God? Because it’s not good.
Which means that God will deliver you from that and work it together for your good. Your end is always good, no question. We’re getting from God again, what we do in this waiting room period. We can get to the good and we see how the children of Israel didn’t wait to celebrate. I’m going to briefly go through this. If you look in Exodus 11, even happens prior to that too, you’ll see that the children of Israel had received another prophetic word from God. This is a promise from God. Imagine, they were in a position like us. They’re there grabbing hold of a promise from God and they were promised their deliverance.
They’d received several prophetic words before about this deliverance, but they had to persevere with the word. When they got that promise that God would deliver them. It didn’t manifest in their lives immediately. They were in the waiting room for some time and they had the persevere through some very serious and challenging things. You’ll see how the King of Egypt. the Pharaoh of that day was very harsh to them. In the worst ways, he enslaved them and if you know anything about slavery, he treated them as slaves have been treated and maybe even worse. He was just a godless. He didn’t believe in the real God. He had 75,000 false gods probably but he didn’t have the one that he needed. We’ll discuss his end. We’ll see where that got him. He did have a lot of pride. He had a very hard heart and he was a very proud arrogant man with a lot of resources. He was using it to trample over an entire nation of men, women, and children who happened to be God’s covenant children. That was the wrong people to do that too.
If you’ve read Exodus, you know that. Pharaoh should have never picked that fight. He was a fool and a dead man from day one. He picked the fight with the wrong people because when he picked it with them, come to find out, this is the way God operates for us as His children. He doesn’t let us fight. He fights for us. God doesn’t lose fights. There’s always a casualty, but it’s never God. With that being said, my strong advice to bullies, pharaohs, spirits and people coming against the children of God, as hard as you can, fall back while you can. If He makes Him fall, they’re not getting. It’s much that simple. We see in Exodus 12, and God showed me this, that the Lord, and I’ll read through it, but not every line.
I’ll let you know that so that you don’t think that the Bible says something it doesn’t. If I’m skimming through or paraphrasing something, I’ll try to remember to tell you that. In Exodus 12, you can see that God instituted the holiday known as the Passover. You’ve probably heard of that. We know that Jesus is the true Passover. He is the lamb of God, but this is the old Testament book and this is where God was speaking to the children of Israel and speaking to us about Jesus, but it was hidden. It ends up being revealed later on. You may see in John 1, in the New Testament, even though the new covenant hasn’t been instituted yet, it opens up. John the Baptist, the prophet talking about Jesus and saying, “Behold, He is the lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.”
Shadow And Substance
The lamb that they were talking about here in Exodus was a picture, was a type of Jesus, a shadow of Jesus who’s the substance. The Bible talks about shadows and substance. Jesus is the substance of all things good, but the Old Testament is full of shadows. This one was, but I’ll tell you as we go along what God showed me relevant for this series. Those things, I can’t help but say because I’m very excited about any type of revelation, any word from God. It’s true what was said in the Bible, “Man cannot live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God.” I can say Amen to that and that’s not a religious repetition of a statement I’m making because the rest of the church said, Amen for real.
I literally live and breathe off of whatever God is saying. My whole life is spent in a posture of prayer and waiting for God to give me the next instructions. I don’t like to move unless God is like, “Go left.” Other than that, you’ll see Siohvaughn standing still because I’ve learned my lessons about going in directions that he didn’t necessarily speak to me about going. You probably want to know more about that. You got to read the book. I spilled all the beans in that. I aired it all. Hopefully, somebody is getting something from that. I thank God. There are several people I know who are.
In Exodus 12, the Bible says, “Now the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt saying, ‘This month shall be the beginning of months. It should be the first month of the year to you. Speak to all the congregation of Israel saying on the 10th day of this month, every man shall take for himself a lamb, according to the house of his father, a lamb for a household.’” I could get into that but I’m going to refrain myself and keep going as much as I want to expound on that. It says, “If the household is too small for the lamb, let him in his neighbor next to his house, take it according to the number of persons, according to each man’s need.” God is good. Making sure everybody has their lamb, house is too small, get together and we’ll make it work.
Your lamb should be without blemish, a male of the first year. This is also pointing to our Lord Jesus Christ who’s in Him was no sin. He did no sin. He knew no sin. He’s without blemish. Jesus came in the form of a man and it says of the first year, Jesus was relatively young when He gave up His life on the cross. He was only 33. It says, “You shall take from it, the sheep or from the goats and that’s the heart of God right there.” Everybody might couldn’t have afforded a certain type. He’s making it where everyone can receive this. That’s the way that God is with us. With the true lamb of God. He’s made it very easy. What must I do to work the works of God?
What must I do to be saved? God keeps saying, “Only believe on Him who I sent. Believe on My son, Jesus Christ.” God has made it where everybody can receive because the Bible says, “God chooses not to lose one.” God is not happy that any soul parishes. The blood of Jesus suffices and it’s more than enough to save the most wicked person. The person has done the most wicked of deeds. God is able to save to the uttermost. It’s no need of anybody going to hell. The hell was not created for any human soul to be in. God’s heart is to save all of us. Every single one of us and the blood of Jesus is sufficient to do so. God has made it very easy to do so. His yoke is easy. His burden is light so that we can all have God and we can all be able to be saved by God is super easy.
That shows you his heart. It’s a reflection obviously of his heart now that we’re enjoying the substance, this new covenant in Christ, Jesus has come and is now risen, but that’s showing you the heart of God. I felt I’d mentioned that. I’m going to skip down to verse 11. It says, “Thus, you shall eat it with a belt on your waist, sandals on your feet and your staff in your hand. You shall eat it in haste.” It is the Lord’s Passover. We know that Jewish people celebrate the Passover and many people other than Jewish people. There even Christians that celebrate the Passover because of what it means as far as it’s enlightened Christ and what he’s done, that he’s the true Passover lamb.
The Same Yesterday, Today And Forevermore
There are Jewish people that still celebrate it too when it was instituted here by God via Moses. I love that God says this and I hope this encourages someone because remember, God is the same yesterday, today, and forevermore. God was getting ready to deliver these people. They had gone what seems like through hell and back with that evil King ruling over them with the harsh heavy hand using his resources and his power totally against them. The Bible says, “He was in fear of them because they were so great in number. They were multiplying. He figured if these people decide to rebel against me, him and all his Egyptians are dead.” God is so good that He didn’t want them to fight or get any blood on their hands. He was going to take care of their enemies for them.
God is the same yesterday, today and forever. What was natural enemies then, our spiritual enemies to the body of Christ now. Pharaoh was full of pride. Pride is for certain an enemy of God and his children, no question. Have you ever run across someone bound by that spirit and God for be it that they have pride plus a purse that’s full of money? That’s a bad combination. I’ve had that experience in my lifetime and I’ve dealt with that demon in my lifetime. I feel for these people. I can feel what they were going through. I love no matter how long you’ve been waiting, no matter how long it’s been and no matter what you’ve hit the persevere through, God can deliver you in an instant. A flick of a switch, snap of a finger, there goes God.
I love God telling us to prepare. Eat this Passover lamb and celebrate, but hurry it up. If you’re going to eat, feast and dance, “Play a short song because I am delivering you in an instant, in a moment, in a blink of an eye, twinkling of an eye.” God is still the God of suddenly. I remember God prophesied. I was at a conference in Miami, Florida. I spent some time. I’d went to a conference that was in the Miami Heat Arena. There was a prophet there during this conference and he prophesied about how God is still the God of suddenly. He prophesied more things and every one of those words he spoke that I recall or went back and wrote down has come to pass, including the fact that he prophesied America would have a black president next.
It was interesting that he was saying God is the God of suddenly. We don’t need to prepare ourselves. No matter how long waited, no matter how long it can even seem like because of the affliction. Have you ever felt sick and cold nighttime seems to get worse? Not only that, but that night part doesn’t seem to be the longest night. Usually, you lay down, you go to bed, you’re back up, you don’t even notice. It could be eight hours of sleep but it feels fine, the timing was perfect.
If you are aggravated, agitated by something, bothered or afflicted, a cold, a sinus infection or something like that, and you go to sleep, it feels like the night was two months long. I know it’s not just me. That can happen sometimes too. I love the fact that God and knowing that in His mercy on us, Him knowing our human condition, Him knowing that the flesh is weak and that we’re dealing with this flesh and even no matter how long something has been bothering you, He comes and delivers you immediately. Everything is not a twelve-step program. God is still the God of suddenly. Here it is literally written. God is telling them, “You’re going to eat this Passover lamb, but I want you dressed and ready. Have your shoes on at the kitchen table because you’re coming out of Egypt and you’re coming out now.”
I absolutely loved that and let’s believe God for that in your life and in mine that God will manifest in whatever it is we need as the God of suddenly. Remember Jesus’ first miracle was turning that water into wine. That’s a process that’s supposed to take many years. The very best wine, He didn’t just turn it into wine, He turned it into the very best wine. That is supposed to take no less than about twenty years. Jesus did that in twenty seconds. With that being said, He’s Lord overall and He does not serve time. Time serves Him. No matter how long you’ve been waiting, you can believe God to manifest as the Lord overall time, the God of acceleration and the God of suddenly.
You can tell Him, “I worship you. You are the same God that told them, ‘Even haste speaks over my life.’” David prayed that way. He was saying, “Lord, make haste to deliver me.” David was a man. God said, he’s a man after his own heart. Sometimes the pray is, “Please speed these things alone,” especially during a night season. God goes on to tell them about applying the blood of this lamb that they were supposed to sacrifice and putting that blood over their doorposts. We could surely go into that obviously but we’re not going to for this series. I’m trying to refrain myself. God explained to them about their lamb and how they’re to eat it and even about themselves, the posture there to have like a ready posture, faith will have you ready is what God told me and he was telling them to be ready.
It says in verse 14, “This day shall be to you a memorial and you shall keep it as a feast to the Lord throughout your generations. You shall keep it as a feast by an everlasting ordinance.” God goes in to talk to them about the seven days that shall eat unleavened bread and He goes into that. I like this part in verse 16, where it says, “On the first day, there shall be a holy convocation and on the seventh day, there should be a holy convocation for you.” No manner of work shall be done on them. I love this because this celebrating, this holy convocation and then God comes and says, “No manner of work shall be done on these days except whatever you got to do to prepare what you’re going to eat, like the feast.” God is good.
I love it when God speaks for Himself. I absolutely encourage everyone to get to know God for yourself because we’ve been taught many things erroneously about God. Some people meaning well, some people being used by hail. Either the way it goes, we can all use some repentance, some changing of mind concerning God for the better and letting God fill our minds and our thoughts with who he is and let God speak for himself. The Bible is the word of God and God is his word. The Bible is a great place to get this wisdom and this relationship developed from and this knowing of God more from. I love how God calls it a holy convocation. He says, “No work shall be done on it.”
I love that God has equated holiness to resting. It’s not necessarily what we think it is holiness. Having your dress length past your knees, that’s not holiness. Not wearing too much makeup, that’s not holiness either. I love it when God speaks for himself. It was interesting to me and God pointed it out to me for the first time. I’ve read this many times, but he showed me this. He’s talking about a holy convocation and then he’s saying, “No work shall be done on it.” He was reminding me that for Him, holiness is up for us. Holiness is resting in Him. That’s holy to God. I absolutely loved that. God goes on to tell them about how they’ll observe it and He goes into all the specific details, even telling them that in verse 26, “It shall be when your children say to you, ‘What do you mean by this service?’”
He told them to keep the Passover, “Do this yearly. We’re going to make this an everlasting memorial. You’re going to continue to celebrate. You’re going to celebrate now.” We’re currently slave, sitting at the table, “You’re going to sacrifice this lamb. You’re going to follow all my instructions. I’m going to apply the blood on the doorpost. You’re going to keep your family in the house.” They were still slaves. That promise God made them was still pending. They were still in Egypt. Pharaoh was still the evil King ruling over them. God told them, “Celebrate now.” I love how he says to them and keep celebrating.
“You’re going to celebrate in the waiting room. You’re going to celebrate when I deliver you and then for the years to come, you’re going to celebrate as a memorial.” That is how important is it to remember the times that God delivered us, that He made that way out of no way, that He brought that thing in that we needed at the very last second when we thought it was too late. When He did the impossible for us, restored us, covered us, when we were dead in the wrong and He covered us anyway. How many times has He done this? I love how He says, “Celebrate Me now and I want you to remember Me. The next time you’re in the waiting room, you can celebrate Me even quicker, even faster, even easier because you’ll remember all the times that I brought you out.”
I’m going to stop right here and I do not want to rush the Holy Spirit through this. We want to get everything that God has for us. Until next time, may the Lord bless you, keep you and continue to preserve you and provide for you in ways that amaze you. May God give you more reasons in the Earth as it is in heaven to celebrate His goodness, power, provision and faithfulness. I pray that by the next time you read the next episode, you have received miracles, breakthroughs, answers to prayers far beyond what you imagine and hope for, and let your dreams that God gave you be realized in Jesus’ name, Amen. I love you, guys.
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