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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Today’s Message: Out of Season

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Today’s Scripture

“…Water will gush forth in the wilderness and streams in the desert…”

(Isaiah 35:6, NIV)

Out of Season

There are times when things aren’t going your way, business is down, the medical report isn’t good. It’s not your season. The good news is that God specializes in doing things out of season. He doesn’t wait for the perfect circumstances to line up, for you to have the training, for the right people to believe in you. He does things unexpectedly. He’ll make water pour out in your dry places and cause you to blossom out of season. What happened? God blessed you out of season.

Do you feel out of season as though you’re stuck in some area? Stay encouraged. God has you in the palms of His hands. Get ready for an “out of season” blessing, for an “it’s beyond my imagination” healing, for an “it doesn’t make sense” promotion. God is about to do something unusual, something that’s bigger than you’ve dreamed, where you’re going to say, “Wow, God! I didn’t see that coming!”

A Prayer for Today

“Father, thank You that You are not limited by seasons or the right conditions to be in place in order for You to do what You want. Thank You that You’re always working behind the scenes on my behalf. I believe that You will bless me out of season. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”

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6 COMMENTS

  1. This sermon is out of contest. Nothing related to gassing or mob murders in Zambia, Zambia needs better serious prayers than this …

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  2. In the Holy Land, Christians in 1945 made up 20 per cent of the population; now the figure stands at 2 per cent. The 2% is African migrants

  3. Oh jehovah we thank you for this blessing of life. As we approach 2021 we ask you to protect his excellency EC lungu from the evil elements within opposition. Amen

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  4. So your prayers will be related to gassing for as long as the PF self induced scourge continues Why didn’t you tell those who were praying yesterday to continue praying everyday until the president comes out to address the nation that the situation has been brought under control.

  5. "Everyone knows they are lying, they know they are lying, they know that you know that they are lying. Yet they keep on lying" -

    I’m listening to Zambian history about the morning of July 30th 1964 when a group of Zambian soldiers and members of the british army that had remained in the country, marched into the Lumpa settlements with automatic weapons , they descended into the church compound and killed Lumpa church members by gun shots and sexually abused women and children before stubbing them with stakes (pointed piece of wood) and setting them on fire. there were more than a thousand casualties. Hundreds of church members died that day.

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