Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Prophetic Focus For December 2012 - I Am For Signs - Isaiah 8:18

From:             President, WMA
To:                  All Mission Stations
Subject:         Prophetic Focus for December 2012
Date:             November 28, 2012


Glory greetings in the precious name of Jesus Christ.

There is no doubt that the testimonies all through the month of November more than validates the fact that God inhabits the praise of His people. It is my prayer that the encounters and testimonies that each one has experienced shall continue to speak throughout the remaining days of our lives.

As it is written;
“The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: SO IS EVERY ONE THAT IS BORN OF THE SPIRIT.” – Jn3:8
     
We recognize that new birth is our entrance into the supernatural world where we are empowered to live the supernatural life.
By the encounter with the spirit of just men made perfect at Shiloh 2012, God will be launching every Winner into higher realms in the world of the spirit.

It is also written;
“If he called them gods, unto whom the word of God came, and the scripture cannot be broken.” Jn 10:35 (See also; Ps 82:5-7)

Above scriptures clearly define the supernatural status of believers.


Furthermore, just like Elisha partook of double portion of the spirit that was upon Elijah and did double the miracles that Elijah did according to biblical records, I believe every truly eager, thirsty, and trusting Winner shall experience the same order of Double Portion encounter at Shiloh 2012.
Therefore the prophetic focus for December 2012 is:
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I AM FOR SIGNS – Is 8:18
Everyone of us should expect to be released into our world as signs and wonders indeed. I therefore welcome you into your Double Portion Shiloh.

Recommended books authored by David O. Oyedepo include:
* Releasing the Supernatural                  * Operating in the Supernatural
* Walking in the Miraculous

Remain ever Blessed.


Bishop David O. Oyedepo