THE WORD OF GOD SENT THROUGH THE PROPHETS
You want success - believe the word of God he has sent through his prophets. Period.
Imagine The German Army and the USA Army and United Kingdom Army gathered against Canadian Army. And God sends Pastor Dada, call him a Prophet for this purpose to the Army General of Canada. 'Forget about your armoury, your trained army you will not need to fight in this battle. Get The Choir members of some churches in Toronto, Ottawa and Vancouver and let them begin to sing. That is it.' I guess the Generals of the three nations will be laughing their heads off hearing the Canadian Mass Choir in the night. But before you know it, German army begins to quarrel on why UK kept their strong Pound Sterling and mobilised others members of EU to be spending Euro. By the time UK finishes German army he decides to fight USA army accusing them of parading themselves as the world police until they both destroyed themselves! And Canada just goes there spending weeks and months to carry the spoils of war. Imagine the Army general of Canada on receiving the message says who is Dada, how do you think in your sense that your singing will cause us to defeat the Armies of Germany, UK and USA together? No matter what wars are coming against you financially, materially or matrimonially, if God sends his word to you through his prophet that' take it easy begin to sing' do not despise it. Keep singing, all will be well.
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