Happy Father’s Day 2016

Luke 15:11-32 (KJV) The Prodigal Son

Mark 8:22-26 (KJV) Jesus Heals the Blind Man

James 5:16 (KJV) The Effectual Prayer

Matthew 21:22 (KJV) Ask and You Will Receive

On Father’s Day 2016, God used the Man of God, Bishop Bobby Wellons, Sr. to reveal the true meaning of Fatherhood. Fatherhood is based on unconditional, Agape Love. Luke 15 demonstrates how Agape Love and kindness drew the mind and soul of a father’s lost son. The lost son came to himself; however it was the father’s faith in God, prayer, and vision that his son would return home. Can you see clearly? Beyond all of the limits, trials, tests, and burdens that you may be facing; can you see a blessed vision and victory at the end of it all? Are you praying through and during the hard times? Sometimes you may find it hard to “muster up” your praise; however you can use the power of prayer to touch God. “The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much”.

Prayer changes things; but we have to be the ones to put prayer to work. Talk to God from your heart. Tell Him all about it. Our communication with God keeps us tapped into the Spirit of God. However, when we pray, we must believe that we will receive what we’re asking of God. The Lord is willing to open our eyes to His power if we allow him; and these four scriptures are the keys to whatever door you’re asking God to open. Are you in need of a closer walk with the Lord, healing, a new home, job, car, deliverance, husband, wife, etc.? If you are in need of any of these things, meditate on THIS Word from the Lord, and ask HIM to “show you, you”. If you rely and meditate on this Word, it’s a guarantee that your life will never be the same.

 

God bless you & much love,

NCLDC

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