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Powered to do Exploits Gen 17:3-7

By Pastor Simon Mwangi | March 2nd 2017

Our God is an Enabler. Abraham and Sarah were enabled by God almighty (El Shaddai) at a late age to bear fruit. They embraced God’s fruit bearing promise in the covenant by faith (Gen. 17:6).

The promise became their portion. God made them father and mother of Nations. They moved from fruitlessness to fruitfulness. Every believer is wired and powered for exploits.

It is God’s desire that you bear much fruit. You were made for Kingdom Impact.

The power connection comes through;

1. The God of Exploits.

2. The Vision of Exploits.

3. The Word of Exploits.

4. The Faith of Exploits.

5. The Obedience for Exploits.

Jesus said, ‘very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father and I will do whatever you ask in my Name, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son’. (John 12, 13).

A fruitless life is not the will of God. (John 15:16). Pentecost happened so that every believer can do exploits for God (Acts 1:8). Go out and do Kingdom Exploits.

Arise and shine.

Pastor Simon

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