Find below, the prophesies God blessed us with on Sunday, November 23, 2014.
It is well that you have said in your song, “We see what you are doing. We see what you are doing.” That’s what you have just sang in the song. But I ask you my children; do you really see what I am doing? Do you really see what I am doing in your midst? That is the question. Do you really see what I am doing in your midst?
When we started this year, you brought all your requests. You had so many expectations, and you have been looking to see how they will be done. And you have been looking, but you have not really seen the things I have done in your midst. Cast your mind back, look at yourself, look at your family, look at you, look at yourself. When you look at yourself in real sincerity, you will see what I am doing even in your own life. Promises, redeemed. All the things I said I’d do, which ones have I not really done? The ones that you think have not been done, that is because I am still working on them. When I finish what I am doing in you, you will see the finished work of the Lord your God. I want you to look at yourself. Is this how you started? Is this where you were? Can’t you really see that I am doing something in your life?
It may not be what you have been expecting. It may not be the way you had been looking forward to see it. But you know your way is not my way. My thoughts, not your thoughts. My ways are higher than your ways. I see far ahead, I know where you started, I know where you ought to be now, and that is where you are right now. Those things that you think, “When they will come to pass? When will I finish in this business? When will my own come to pass?” Look, I am working. I am working in your life. When time is right, everything will be completed. Open your eyes, and really see what I am doing in your life, and you will see the reason why you will be grateful.
You that are still asking, “What has the Lord done for me?” Have you seen what I have done? You that still have doubts in your heart, can you now see, that He that is above, is above all. What is remaining? What is your fear?
Church, let me remind you my name again this morning. Omecharahancha, bu aha m. (“He who did it all,” is my name.) I ask again, what is remaining? Count your blessings, name them one by one, and it will surprise you what I the Lord have done, just for the church.
Am I not the God that goes ahead of my people, that goes ahead of you, in all that you do? Am I not the God who goes ahead of you when you plan your journeys? Am I not the God who goes ahead of you when you start your journeys? Am I not the God who went ahead of you, in that far away city, in that local enclave that you went to? Church, I went ahead of you. I prepared the ground for you. I silenced the powers that be. I fought battles. You were singing, “Odogwu n’agha, dike n’agha” (The greatest man in battle, the greatest man of valour).
Hear me now church, I went ahead of you, in that evangelism. I fought great battles, even in that town. I silenced powers, I silenced kingdoms, and I prepared hearts. I prepared daughters, and I gave you victory. I gave you victory over and over again. Do you know why I did that? So you shall not be discouraged. So you shall be encouraged, and you will continue with all your hearts, in this very assignment, which I have called the church into.
The Great God is your Father. The Mighty God is your Father. The greatest Man of valour is your Father. Omecharahancha (He who did it all), that is my name. What is remaining? What is outstanding? You that is asking, what is remaining? What is outstanding? I am in my sanctuary this morning, as Omecharahancha (He who did it all). What is remaining? Lift it up before me now.
Oge eji-akwu ugwo oru eruwo (The time to reward the labour has come). Oge eji-eneta ndi lulu olu oruwo (The time for rewarding the labourers has come). Oge m ji-akwu ugwo olu m eruwo (The time for me to reward the labour has come). Obi gi adala mba. (Do not be disheartened.) Obi gi ajula oyi. (Do not be cold-hearted.) Abu m Chi gi. (I am your God.) Omecharahancha, bu aha m. (“He who did it all”, is my name.) Aga m eleta gi. (I will look after you.) Aga m ezute gi. (I will meet with you.) Nwa m, bu aha gi. (“My child”, is your name.)
What is remaining? What is outstanding? Table them. Aha m bu Omecharahancha. (My name is “He who did it all.”)