Are you doing your part to enter into the promised land in 2019?

Last week we talked about the importance of being thankful. The Bible says in 1. Cor 10:11 and 1.Tim 5:18 we are always to give thanks, but if we fail at it, we are reminded of what happened to our forefathers in the desert. They complained, questioned God and acted ungratefully. Because of this Yehovah killed them all and allowed only two men, Joshua and Caleb, to enter the promised land together with the children of those who died in the desert. So we know from the Bible how ungratefulness can prevent you from entering into the promised land of your healing, provision or deliverance.

Phil 4:6 says we are to make our requests known to Yehovah and then we are to thank Him in advance for giving us what we ask of Him (Matt 11:23). So when you pray for healing, you are not to say “dear God, please heal me in Jesus name.” You are to say “dear God, please heal me in Jesus name and thank you for already having done it.” Do you need provision, money, tell Him you need money and thank Him for having provided for you. Keep on doing this until you see it manifest. If you catch yourself complaining, questioning God why He has not yet manifested what you ask of Him you have crossed the line from praying into complaining. If you catch yourself being so focused on what you ask of Him that you forget to be thankful for the things you already have, you have crossed the line from praying into complaining.

2019 has the potential of becoming the year when we make the transition into our promised land, but it will not happen if you dont do your part.

Stay obedient to the Torah, believe Yeshua died for your sins, be thankful for everything and pray without ceasing always thanking Him for having already answered your prayers.

I wish you all a blessed New Year,


Apostle Ernie

A sinner saved by grace, called to the office of an apostle. Jesus died for me, that is my only hope so I cling to the cross of Christ. Without the death of Christ on the cross I will be lost. But the cross of Christ is the source to ALL I need in this life and the next one. Apostle Ernie

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