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Coming soon!

Last night we had an awesome prayer meeting at Impact Centre. As per usual we first had a chat about life in general before praying.

The topic last night was about the value inside of you. People tell us that we are valuable and that they appreciate us but we sometimes fail to see it and disqualify ourselves. The evening turned out be a very inspirational one where this group of dynamic young men encouraged one another to believe in themselves and to acknowledge the value God has placed in them.

When we acknowledge the value inside of us we automatically break new grounds and push boundaries and when we do this we our bound to meet resistence. But guess what, the word of The Lord says in Isaiah 59: When the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord shall lift up a standard against him. This means that if Christ is in you then you have nothing to fear. The words of Apostle Roger Petersen rings in my ears, “when there is fear God can’t do anything. But when there is faith God can do anything!” Wise words from a wise man.

So im stepping out in faith because of the promises God spoke over my life. Miles Monroe made an analogy of when a new building is being erected for a new business, the sign goes up saying ‘coming soon’ because people have already planned everything about how that building will look when its complete. So to God has spoken things into existence in each of our lives even before we were conceived and from that moment on it is a work in progress. Each and every promise represents that sign ‘Coming Soon!’ so watch this space. Clinton Liederman is coming soon!

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8 Year-old experiences the reality of God

On Saturday morning while getting ready to take my boys to Tee Ball my 8-year-old son Junaid said to his mom that he would really love to hit a home run in his match that day. Being the great mom she is Shameez encouraged him to pray and ask God to help him hit the home run he so much wanted and they immediately prayed together. We soon left home and headed to the Tee Ball field.

At this time I was still not aware about what happened at home. When it came to Junaid’s batting turn he hit a beautiful line drive through the diamond and the ball continued to race between two fielders allowing Junaid to complete his home run. All the supporters jumped up in jubilation to celebrate with Junaid. It was at this point that my wife Shameez told me about the what they (Shameez and Junaid) had prayed for at home. I immediately stopped and thanked God for answering Junaids prayer and making himself real to my son.

After the game I congratulated Junaid on his home run and also asked him about him praying and asking God to help him hit a home run and he just smiled with me and nodded his head in agreement. We spoke some more about it later on and I urged him to thank The Lord for answering his prayer and he agreed to do so.

I would like to take this opportunity to again thank The Lord Jesus Christ for making Himself real to my son in a practical way and for boosting his faith. My encouragement to the readers is to read Romans 1 : 21.

Remember to always give thanks and you will get more. Be blessed.

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