Heaven on Earth greetings in Jesus’ name.
I believe that everyone of us have been a partaker of the recently concluded second phase of the Wonder Double prophetic visitation tagged ‘Operation Rescue 2015’ Prophetic Agenda, which has unveiled a glimpse of heaven as validated by lots of humbling testimonies in our midst. My prayer is that this shall remain the experience of each one of us for life (Amen).
But what is the Spirit of the Lord saying concerning the month of November 2015?
In spiritual warfare, the church for so long has recognized prayer and fasting as the only or major weapons of victory. While this is true to some extent, but another vital aspect of spiritual warfare we must engage, particularly in order to see prophecies fulfilled is Praise Warfare. It is one of our winning weapons in warring a good warfare, as it is written, “This charge I commit unto thee, son Timothy, according to the prophecies which went before on thee, that thou by them mightest war a good warfare;”– 1Tim. 1:18
We recognize that every prophetic word is a spiritual seed and according to the parable of the sower, the seed is the Word of God, which is also defined as the incorruptible seed – Lk. 8:11/ 1Pet. 1:23
Furthermore, the Word of God is also defined as a more sure word of prophecy – 2Pet. 1:20-21
This implies that every prophetic word is an incorruptible seed. But according to scriptures, every seed delivers on praise, “Let the people praise thee, O God; let all the people praise thee. Then shall the earth yield her increase; …” – Ps. 67:5-7
This is why no prophetic word will ever see the light of day without praise, because when joy ceases, the harvest of the field perishes – Joel 1:11-12
Hannah, on receiving the prophetic word from Eli, the Bible records that she took bread and her countenance was no more sad, that is, she was celebrating the reality of that prophetic word, which provoked divine visitation that led to the birth of Samuel – 1Sam. 1:13-19
Concerning Abraham, the Bible says, he staggered not at the promise of God (prophecy) through unbelief but was strong in faith, giving glory to God. That was what provoked fulfillment of prophecy leading to the birth of Isaac – Rom. 4:19-21
We also saw how Jehoshaphat and the army of Judah had to sing and praise to see prophecy fulfilled – 2Chr. 20:14-24
In addition, Christ had to give thanks at the tomb of Lazarus for prophecy to be fulfilled, as it is written, “…The hour is coming, and now is, when the dead shall hear the voice of the Son of God: and they that hear shall live.” – Jn. 5:25
Jesus gave thanks for this prophecy to be fulfilled as Lazarus heard Him and came out of the grave – Jn. 11:40-44
Moreover, fulfillment of prophecy is a supernatural act, which is triggered by signs and wonders because only the hand of God has capacity to fulfill the plan of God in our lives – 1Kgs. 8:15
When we engage in praise, we are simply provoking divine intervention to fulfill His prophetic Word, both in our midst as a people and in our lives as individuals – Ex. 15:11
Therefore, the prophetic focus for November 2015 is:
PRAISE TRIGGERS FULFILLMENT OF PROPHECY – 2Chr. 20:14-24
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Remain ever blessed!
Jesus is Lord!
David O. Oyedepo