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PASTORS WORD: The covenant of the much more God

By Pastor Ambrose Nyangao | February 10th 2017

This is the season of the Lord’s covenant blessings. God is setting us up for a great journey. It is not dependent on our earthly circumstances. It cannot be derailed by the devil. It is intact and God is in charge. He calls us to walk with Him.

These covenant blessings are for us and our children’s children. It is an everlasting covenant. It must be received in faith. Abraham believed God and it was credited to him as righteousness. The covenant reveals to us the much more God. Walk with Him.

The much more affects the following:

1. Position (I Sam 2:8)

2. Process (Phil 1:6)

3. Provision (Deut 2:7)

4. Possession (Deut 1:8)

The God of the much more is the Lord of the Covenant Blessings. He is the Covenant-keeping God. He can be depended upon in this year. He will fight our battles. He will see us through every situation of life. He walks among us. Trust Him and be part of the miracle of the Lord’s covenant blessings. Your testimony will shine.

Arise and shine.

Pastor Ambrose


2017: The Year of The Lord’s Covenant Blessings

Arise and Shine - Isaiah 60:1 (Gen 28:10-22)

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