Who’s in Control?

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Deliverance is sudden and swift!

The LORD God says that He sees your tears and he hear your cries and He has compassion for you.

He sees the fiery trials and strong winds that have come against you.

The winds are strong, but hold fast to Him who anchors you, because even in the midst of these turbulent times, the LORD says, “Your deliverance will be sudden and swift.”

“Because of the LORD’s great love we are not consumed, for His compassions never fail,”   Lamentations 3:22.

I’m praying for you!

Still awake in prayer and meditation tonight.

For those who are feeling restless, stressed and troubled as you read this tonight.

Trust God and be encouraged.  I am praying with you and for you.  After all has been said and done.  Trust and believe that things are working for your good and god is going to make everything so much better for you.


Giants… The bigger they are, the harder they fall!

Don’t complain because of the giants and obstacles that are confronting you.

Remember that the God in you is greater than any opposition or force that comes against you.

Nothing or no one is greater than the almighty and all powerful God.

Just as Goliath’s head was cut off and handed to him on a silver platter, the LORD God is with you and he will prove himself to you.  Victory is sweet and it is already yours.  The bigger the giant, the harder they fall.

“Therefore David ran and stood over the philistine, took his sword and drew it out of its sheath and killed him, and cut off his head with it,”   1 Samuel 17:51.

Who’s in Control?

Those devils will soon realize who you really belong to.  And who is in total control of every tiny aspect of your life.

When will they realize that they have no power over you unless God allows?

When God moves His hand, it’s not going to look good for the opposition!

“So Pilate said to him, “Do you refuse to speak to me?  Do you not know that I have authority to release you and authority to crucify you?”
Jesus answered, “You would have no authority over me unless it were given to you from above.  Therefore the one who handed me over to you is guilty of greater sin,”
    John 19:10-11.


– by Geraldine Coleman

Geraldine ColemanGeraldine Coleman: Is a teacher and educator and ministers to prisoners at a prison facility where she is an instructor.


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