Dear Amazing Reader,
It’s another review day, super delighted to have you here.
It’s a message review today and it’s targeted at whosoever is desirous of whatsoever. Mark 11:23-24 says ‘ For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that these things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith.’
However, having your desired ‘whatsoever’ is predicated on your words. You only have what you say. According to Papa Idahosa, ‘your mountain needs to hear something, don’t shut your mouth’.
Furthermore, he says, all things are possible to the one who believes; not the one who cries. Your tears cannot move God. Rather than crying so much about that situation, you should invest your time in getting faith-pumped. Remember, faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God; Romans 10:17.
Again, he says it doesn’t matter how much money you invest in that business, church, marriage; if you don’t invest faith into it, it’s already failed.
The minister also addresses the issue of fear. He says, ‘what if you are afraid that your desire won’t come to pass in spite of your confessions? In response, ‘there might be fear in your heart but never let it come out of your mouth. Every time you are faced with fear, let faith respond.’
Action point: Don’t wait until your money is complete before you begin the inquiries on acquiring that property, getting that car, getting married. Take a step and let God meet you at it.
Papa Idahosa in his usual manner, laces this message with several testimonies, including how God built Benson Idahosa University after he had taken a step of faith to purchase land for that purpose.
Do you fall under the ‘whosoever’ category? Can your desire be categorised as ‘whatsoever’? With faith in your heart and the word in your mouth, all things (including your thing) are possible.
God’s blessings always,