“Donât worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Then you will experience Godâs peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.”
Did you read last week’s online Bible study on the blog?
Remember what gave birth to the study? The deal about publishing my books?
Well, I held on to my faith and was simply confessing what Mark 11:22-24 said we should do, which is thanksgiving.
I have been thanking God and I am still thanking God for the physical manifestation of what I have received in my spirit already.
I read thegracdmisfit comment on this post and I knew that I wanted today’s study to be done in form of thanksgiving – thanksgiving for things we haven’t gotten physically.
It’s been a long time since we did this on the blog and the last one we did was last year’s #WeWorship and I have seen most of what I thanked God for there done.
The funny thing is I don’t know whether I should go with the plan of thanking God for what we haven’t gotten again because yesterday saw God bombarding me with favour.
I had the testimonies coming in left, right and centre. I knew that I would get my physical manifestation before my birthday on September 6th but God just mega surprised me.
I was so bawled over, I was crying in the office as each call came in and messages came in. I know that when I give my testimony in Church on sunday I won’t be able to hold back my tears. God has surprised me, He has surprised me. He has made me know again and again that faith is real and He has let me know that it’s His favour, and not by my works.
I can’t share my testimony yet but the book release is on September 24th by God’s grace and hopefully then, my heart can speak forth the words.
I think it’s better that I got physical manifestation( and more still coming) of my faith before today, just maybe to encourage someone out there that faith is real if you’d just hold on and oh let nothing stop you from worshiping God along with us for what you haven’t gotten physically.
Thanking God for what you haven’t gotten physically is faith in action you know?
That’s my weapon in this walk. Anytime I think of my request, I thank God for it and I want us to do same here today.
You are not allowed to complain or grumble about what you are in faith for from today onwards.
If you haven’t asked God for it yet, you can read this study we did on Mark 11, ask God for it, boost up your faith and then come back here to join in thanksgiving for it.
Like #WeWorship was, I will go first.
Every other person, please comment below with what you are thanking God for and I will encourage us all to go through the comments and thank God on behalf of our brothers and sisters who take part in this.
(1) Lord I thank you because I have everything I need to walk in purpose.
Thank you for provision for “10steps to walking in purpose”.
Thank you for provision for my trip to Ghana this year where I will hold an awakening youths seminar and give out free copies of “10steps to walking in purpose” to the students.
(2) Thank you for my parents marriage. Thank you because they live in joy, peace and love in the presence of the Lord.
(3) Thank you for Winifred Okoro my sister who lives in you and her soul is yours.
(4) Thank you for Raymond Okoro my brother, he keeps increasing in the knowledge of you and not in the world.
(5) Thank you for Martha and every girl I met at the conference last month. Thank you because they are growing in you, satan shall never have their souls, they keep increasing in spiritual wisdom and understanding.
(6) Thank you for this blog and for everyone who reads the blog. A desire to know you more is fixed in their hearts. They draw closer to you and your life lights up their lives.
(7) Thank you for my diamond bank salary for life that I have already won.
(8) Thank you for the grant for my business from YouWin.
(9) Thank you for loving me.
I can’t not add this. Thank you for being my Father, thank you for being my Lord, my God, my husband, my king, my friend, my miracle worker, my best friend, the One whom I will love forever. My king and my Lord. My lover and my Father. My God and my Lord.
I bow down before you and I say I love You.
You are awesome. Too awesome for words to describe. Too wonderful for my own words to explain.
Thank you for the gift of speaking in tongues. Thank you for the spirit’s expression of what my heart can’t say. Thank you Lord, thank you Lord.
Last year I did the thanksgiving with fasting. Simply did not ask for anything but just praised and thanked God for everything.
I would be on a fast too today. Drop your worship and thanksgiving words/what you are thanking God for below and I will be worshiping along with everyone who comments here.
I was playing Nathaniel Bassey ft Micah Stampley’s – “This God is too good oh” as I wrote this and I can’t sing, all I can do is cry.
Hopefully, when I get to write my testimony, God will give me the words to express my thanks.
Pastor Nat said at the beginning of August that “you will experience favour that will make you weep” and all I can say is that I weep right now at God’s goodness and it’s for joy. For joy.
Daddy’s giving me my birthday gift already 🙂
September 24th the book launch date, I can perhaps say it all then.
Till next time on #OnlineBibleStudy,
P.S: Pastor Nathaniel Bassey (it seems weird to call him Pst Nat to you shey? Lol, he’s my pastor, it seems weird not to call him that) released the song he did with Micah Stampley on his birthday last week and I can’t be stingy. You can download the song by clicking here and thank me later when your throat is clogged with worship and your heart full of gratitude just like mine was as you listen to it.
Download this God is too good here.
P.P.S: Don’t forget this:
“Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.”
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