I Know What Prayer Can Do!

Acts 12:5
Peter was therefore kept in prison, but constant prayer was offered to God for him by the church.

Prayer is a powerful tool and even more powerful when you solicit others to touch and agree with you on a circumstance. I had a recent situation where I was at my wits end. I prayed and prayed and prayed on it but I was tired and got to the point where I had to pick up the bat phone (a.k.a. call those who I KNOW can get some prayers answered) and slowly but surely I have seen things shift in that situation.

Prayer is a powerful spiritual weapon, but so is the power of intercessory prayer. Intercessory prayer is prayer, but it is standing in the gap praying on behalf of individuals or of circumstances. In the book “Beyond the Veil” by Alice Smith she describes intercessory prayer as “intercepting the enemy’s plan and interchanging it with God’s plan.”

In Acts 12 we have Peter who was on assignment for God teaching the good news. We also have the enemy, Harod, who wanted to block Peter’s spiritual assignment by placing him in jail. We have all had this happen in our personal lives or the lives of people we know where the enemy steps in to stir things up and attempt to keep us from God’s plan for our lives. The enemy can place us in circumstances that is beyond our human control to get out of, and that is where prayer is needed to help fight off the enemy.

We have all had some “prison” situations that we could not get out of by our own human capabilities: sickness in our body, depression, addictions to drugs and/or alcohol, unsaved family and friends, financial matters, marital issues, job issues just to name a few. We have all been through something that forced us on our knees and calling out to some praying saints to get out of a prison situation.

There are two topics I love to hear about and study. That is giving and praying. Praying for others is a form of giving. You are giving of yourself by petitioning for someone else rather than your own needs. Verse 5 tells us while Peter was in Prison the church kept praying. When you pray you don’t always know how God will work a situation out. You just pray and believe that He will. “Therefore I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them.” (Mark 11:24)

Something POWERFUL happens when intercessors gather to pray and stand in agreement on behalf of another person or circumstances. It can reap supernatural results that are above and beyond normal comprehension. You can’t wrap your mind around it or figure it out on your own. As the person praying all you know is God did what He said He would do…..act in response to the prayers. “Again, truly I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.” (Matthew 18:19-20)

Harod’s plan was to bring Peter before trial after the Passover. The night before the trial while Peter was in prison he was asleep. He was bound in chains and surrounded by guards. He was in a difficult, impossible situation that he could not get out of by any power of his own, but the church kept praying.

The power of intercessory prayer and a group of individuals touching and agreeing sent an Angel to rescue Peter from prison. I’m not making this up. See for yourself…..

“And when Herod was about to bring him out, that night Peter was sleeping, bound with two chains between two soldiers; and the guards before the door were keeping the prison. Now behold, an angel of the Lord stood by him, and a light shone in the prison; and he struck Peter on the side and raised him up, saying, “Arise quickly!” And his chains fell off his hands. Then the angel said to him, “Gird yourself and tie on your sandals”; and so he did. And he said to him, “Put on your garment and follow me.” So he went out and followed him, and did not know that what was done by the angel was real, but thought he was seeing a vision. When they were past the first and the second guard posts, they came to the iron gate that leads to the city, which opened to them of its own accord; and they went out and went down one street, and immediately the angel departed from him.” (Acts 12:6-10 NKJV)

Have you ever found yourself in the midst of a challenging situation and all of a sudden something different happens and it changes for the better? Have you ever gone to bed feeling one way, but woke up another? The darkness you went to sleep with all of a sudden was gone. Have you ever woke up in the middle of the night and all of a sudden you had the answers you needed? God made it clear. Have you ever been in need and miraculously that need was met? If your answer is yes to any of these I’m pretty sure it’s because the church was praying! God can turn our situations and cause unbelievable things to happen that had to be an act of God.

“And when Peter had come to himself, he said, “Now I know for certain that the Lord has sent His angel, and has delivered me from the hand of Herod and from all the expectation of the Jewish people.” (Acts 12:11 NKJV)

I have been a part of prayer groups where we petitioned for circumstances in one anothers lives. I have seen it in my own life and the life of others how powerful prayer really is when you have someone else to touch and agree with in Jesus name. Prayer can change things immediately. Often more than not it may take time to see answers, but God will show up. Prayer can change your life in an instant. Prayer can bring forth what you need and shut out what you don’t need. I wish I could type out and share all of the things I have seen God supernaturally do as a result of a group of individuals coming to agreement. As the person praying I have seen God move. And as the person who has needed others to pray for me I have seen God move. It doesn’t matter if you are doing the praying or the one that needs the prayer there is something powerful about prayer and touching and agreeing. All I know is God is real and supernatural things do happen!

God can blow your mind just as he did those that were praying in Acts 12. Verses 12-17 tell us that Peter went back to the house where the prayer meeting was being held. When Peter knocked on the door they were so blown away that they thought it was an angel and not Peter. God answered their prayer in such a powerful way that they almost couldn’t believe what God had done. God is just that powerful.

As a woman who loves to pray for others I am always blessed when someone comes back to me to share their praise report and testimony. I have often been left in aww as well at how God supernaturally works all things out for the good. “So, when he had considered this, he came to the house of Mary, the mother of John whose surname was Mark, where many were gathered together praying. But motioning to them with his hand to keep silent, he declared to them how the Lord had brought him out of the prison. And he said, “Go, tell these things to James and to the brethren.” And he departed and went to another place.’” (Acts 12, 17 NKJV) I encourage you that when God shows up in your life and you had others praying with you go back and tell them the good news. We are encouraged as well and want to shout and rejoice with you.

We serve a God that can work miracles and nothing is too hard for him. The next time you face a “prison” situation do not be afraid to seek the prayers of someone else. “The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.” (James 5:16b) Besides, there is always a peace when you KNOW someone is praying for you that has your best well-being at heart. Trust in God and watch how He can turn your situation around in ways you never can imagine. Be Blessed and Encouraged on today.

Lord, thank you for the effective and powerful prayers of the saints. Help us to remember the next time we find ourselves in a prison situation that we can’t handle on our own to pull out our spiritual weapon of prayer and call on our support system of intercessors. In Jesus Name. Amen
~Written by Felicia McKnight~

I Know What Prayer Can Do” by Jessy Dixon & Ethel Holloway

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***WARNING: Be Anxious For Nothing!***

Philippians 4:6-7
Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.

***WARNING: Be Anxious For Nothing!***
One of my good friends always says “Confession is good for the soul,” so let me start off with my confession….My name is Felicia, but my name should be “Sara the anxious one”. You all know Sara from Genesis. Sara, the one who God made a promise to, but He took 25 years to fulfill it. The promise took so long that Sara got impatient and anxious. She got ahead of God by creating a replica of the promise by her own power and authority by allowing Hagar to give her husband a son when she should have just waited on God. My confession is that Sara and I are….well we were just alike in that we both suffered from impatience and anxiety. In my personal experience I have had the promises of God that took too long, but I decided I’d help God out and just like Sara I created a mess.

Anxiety is a serious issue that effects so many yet no one wants to discuss it or seek help to overcome it. God warns us to “be anxious for nothing”. It is a warning for a reason, because He knows what happens when we get anxious. Anxiety is a feeling of constant worrying, uneasiness, or uncertainty. In my personal experience I had things I have prayed and hoped for that never seem to come to pass. Have you ever sent a text message but it never goes through? It just stays’ there and sticks. Sometimes you have to resend the text message again for it to go through? That is exactly how I felt about my blessings, things God has shown me, and my personal prayers. I felt like everything was stuck, so I began to worry. I seen so many prayers getting answered in the lives of others that I had prayed for and stood in agreement with. They were getting miracles while I was standing on the sideline waiting for mine. I knew my prayers were getting through because I seen what I prayed for in the lives of others come to pass yet mine seem to be stuck. This feeling caused me to get anxious. I begin to worry, “Lord Will my prayers ever come to pass? Will the things you showed me ever become a reality?” I felt doubt and uncertainty. I remember thinking “maybe I am doing something wrong in my own life”, but the reality is I was doing everything right except for waiting patiently and being still and knowing that He is God.

If you allow your mind to dwell on negative thoughts long enough it will make you crazy! Trust me I know! Anxiety will make you do things you shouldn’t do that are out of the norm for your character. Trust me I am speaking from experience. Anxiety will make you push your thoughts and ideas on others perhaps irritating them as they have to deal with your craziness. Whew thank God for understanding people, forgiveness and mercy. Anxiety can make you get ahead of God. I know because I have been there and done that. If you allow it to anxiety can create a mess damaging circumstances and relationships and leaving a huge mess for God to clean up. Anxiety is NOT good!

Consider this a huge yellow warning sign, “Be anxious for NOTHING!” Got it? OK, Good. Now let’s move on.

But in everything by prayer and supplication….let your requests be made know to God….
“But”…..that word that tells you something different is coming. Instead of being “anxious” God says pray about it! Whatever concern you have God says “Talk to me about it. Come to me humbly and let me know what is going on.” Prayer is a two way street. You talk to God, but you also listen to God. He may have further instructions for you in addition to not being anxious and prayer. God may have the answers to how you can get that promise without messing it up. Instead of being anxious and experiencing what I have pause by being obedient and PRAY.

With thanksgiving…
When we release our concerns to God He has promises that line up with every concern. God may have even spoken to you personally through the Bible, a sermon or His audible voice, and told you what He is going to do in your life. He may have showed you by way of visions, dreams, or a prophetic word. Stand on your promises. It is your hope. God is faithful and he does not lie. If God told you He would do it, then by faith thank God that it is already done. Remain confident in His word with a heart of gratitude that the promises for your life will come to past. Hallelujah!

The peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus……
After you have prayed and praised God something magical happens. There is power in letting things go, relinquishing control, and trusting God. That power is PEACE! When you were anxious you were crazy and stressed. When you give the situation to God, you are at PEACE. PEACE truly is something that surpasses all understanding. Your world could be upside down and not even faze you because of PEACE. I can’t even fully explain PEACE, because It’s beyond my comprehension. All I know is when I take my hands off of stuff give it to God and TRUST him something happens. My life changes. It mellows out. My thoughts and vision becomes clearer. PEACE!

If you trust God, then there is no need to be anxious. Let me try my best to explain PEACE. PEACE is like a protective fence. PEACE will guard your heart and your mind so you don’t have to worry. PEACE guards your heart and your mind by keeping you in a place of surrender and a place of trusting our heavenly father. PEACE does not allow the negative thoughts to enter its way back in to the mind. PEACE brings confidence, assurance, and gratitude. PEACE keeps a glow around you. PEACE puts pep in your step. PEACE is God saying “I’ve got this my child.” PEACE does so many things that is beyond human understanding. PEACE is a supernatural feeling that only God can give.

“Don’t fret or worry. Instead of worrying, pray. Let petitions and praises shape your worries into prayers, letting God know your concerns. Before you know it, a sense of God’s wholeness, everything coming together for good, will come and settle you down. It’s wonderful what happens when Christ displaces worry at the center of your life.” (Philippians 4:6-7 The Message)

I encourage everyone who has suffered or is currently suffering from anxiety to let go and let God. Today I am writing from personal experience and it can be done. You can do ALL things through Christ who gives you strength and that includes not being anxious. Pray, be thankful, and let the PEACE of God overwhelm your heart and your mind. Be blessed and encouraged!

Heavenly Father, I come lifting up all individuals to you today who have suffered from and experienced anxiety. Forgive us for operating against your word by letting our negative thoughts consume us. I lift up every person dealing with anxiety especially those who have no one to turn to for support and encouragement. Touch every mind and remind them that you desire all of us to cast our cares to you. Remind us that you are God Immanuel and you are with us and that you will never leave us or forsake us. Forgive us for the times we doubted or stop trusting you. Today we lift up our eyes to you, El Shadai the all sufficient God and Elohim the God who has all things under control. Lord, we surrender our minds to you today declaring your word over our lives that we have the mind of Christ. We surrender every thought that has us captive and leads to dark places. Lord, today we surrender all to you as we trust you with our future. We thank you for every promise of hope that you have given each of us as we wait for you to fulfill your promises in our lives. We thank you that as we surrender to you that you are Jehovah Shalom the God that gives us a peace which surpasses all understanding. We give you all glory and honor and praise. In Jesus Name. Amen.
~Written by Felicia McKnight~

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The Original Scandal Episode

Genesis 4:7
“You will be accepted if you do what is right. But if you refuse to do what is right, then watch out! Sin is crouching at the door, eager to control you. But you must subdue it and be its master.”

If you and I have anything in common on today it is that I am having major withdrawals of the ABC show Scandal. Each episode is filled with a high profile person committing an outrageous scandal. Olivia Pope is hired to fix the wrong that was done and some miraculous way the high profiled character walks away not getting what they deserved.

In Genesis chapter 4 we find one of the first stories in the Bible that would make for a great episode of Scandal, Cain and Able. Cain and Able were the children of a high profiled couple, Adam and Eve. Cain and Abel were both to bring an offering to the Lord. Scripture tells us that Cain brought some of his belongings as an offering (v.3) and Able brought a fatted portion (v.4). In modern day terms this is the equivalent of Cain bringing an offering to church where as Able brought the tithes and offering. As a result God favored Abel for his sacrifice and his obedience. God gave Cain a warning that if he chose to live a sinful life rather than a righteous life to be careful because sin can be over powering. As a result Cain became angry and jealous of the favor God showed his brother and killed Able. As a result of Cain’s sin God punished Him beyond what he could bear. Ouch!

I love our God! What I have learned from this verse and over time is that sin doesn’t always sneak up on us. God will give us a warning just as He did Cain, and He will also provide us with a way out. ”No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it.” (1 Corinthians 10:13) I will be the first to admit this Christian walk is NOT easy. I am like Paul. There are many times I desire to do right by God and live as He has commanded me to do. Then there are times I get weak and chose to be lead astray or there are times I am doing something not realizing at the time that I am not pleasing my Heavenly Father.

“I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do. And if I do what I do not want to do, I agree that the law is good. As it is, it is no longer I myself who do it, but it is sin living in me. For I know that good itself does not dwell in me, that is, in my sinful nature. For I have the desire to do what is good, but I cannot carry it out. For I do not do the good I want to do, but the evil I do not want to do—this I keep on doing. Now if I do what I do not want to do, it is no longer I who do it, but it is sin living in me that does it. So I find this law at work: Although I want to do good, evil is right there with me. For in my inner being I delight in God’s law; but I see another law at work in me, waging war against the law of my mind and making me a prisoner of the law of sin at work within me. What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body that is subject to death? Thanks be to God, who delivers me through Jesus Christ our Lord!” (Romans 15:15-25)

If this man of God who walked with Jesus and ministered God’s word by teaching, preaching, and healing had struggles, then surely those of us who don’t come near this capacity will have struggles as well. No matter how long we have walked with God, how much we pray, and how much we read God’s word and meditate on it the fact still remains we are not a perfect being. In case you weren’t aware there will be some days YOU WILL MESS UP! God warns us in our scripture today to be careful because sin is at our door eager to control us. The enemy is present in all of our lives and he desires to keep us out of God’s will. “Stay alert! Watch out for your great enemy, the devil. He prowls around like a roaring lion, looking for someone to devour.” (1 Peter 5:8) In order to be alert we have to keep our mind renewed so we do not conform to the patterns of the world and gratify our flesh. Sin desires to be our master, but if we exercise the fruit of the spirit, self-control, we can master sin.

For those of us who are saved and have received Christ we have to remember that this Christian walk is a daily walk. We have to wake up every morning and die to self, because we are not perfect. Not you, your Pastor, your parents, those you may look up to, mentors, teachers or anyone you may put on a pedestal, and think they are close to perfect, because they are not. “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” (Romans 3:23)

In our story Cain had to suffer the consequences of sin. He was so fearful of what he had done that He thought others might retaliate and kill him. God extended mercy to Cain by saying that no one would be able to touch Cain. If anyone did kill Cain they would “suffer vengeance seven times over”. (v. 15) Mercy is a beautiful thing and one of those Godly gifts we take for granted so often. Mercy is when we don’t get what we deserve. The reality is Cain was a murderer. He was bold enough to kill his brother, his own flesh and blood. In modern day and in the state of Texas we would have sent Cain to a murder trial, convicted him and sent him straight to death row. However, God’s mercy was extended to Cain. God placed a hedge of protection around Cain to keep him from being killed by others. No death row option for Cain. God loved Cain enough that He extended mercy.

For those of us who are Christians there is a wonderful promise for us through Christ’s death on the cross, “Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” (Romans 8:1) If we mess up and do something not pleasing to God we do not have to worry about others trying to condemn us for our sins. We do not have to dwell on the fact that we messed up. When mercy is extended over our lives we still may have to suffer the consequences for our actions. Sometimes the consequence is not as severe as it should have been. Sometimes God spares us from the consequence all together. During the Christmas holidays I was driving and not paying any attention to my surroundings. I was speeding down the highway looking straight ahead and I noticed out of the side of my eye a vehicle riding along the side of me. I glanced over and guess who it was? Yes, a police officer. Not just any police officer either. He had SUPERVISOR written across his vehicle. He graciously looked at me with a stern look and I got the message he was implying “Slow down!” Through my smile and a gentle nod I communicated back, “You’ve got it Mr. Officer”. What was even more extraordinary about this situation is this police department does not play and is notorious for dishing out speeding tickets. I was not following the traffic laws and was extended a warning and spared the consequence. Whew!

We don’t need Olivia Pope to fix our mess. We have the blood of Jesus that was shed on the cross for us. Yes, we all mess up, but we have the mercy of God. We can turn to our Heavenly Father who extends forgiveness of our sins and He remembers them no more. (Hebrews 8:12) Be blessed and encouraged!

Heavenly Father, thank you for your grace and your mercy that are new every morning. We thank you for the days you send warnings our way when sin and Satan is on the prowl. We thank you for the way outs you provide us to avoid temptation. Help us to be sensitive to the Holy Spirit’s promptings. On days we battle between flesh and spirit ,give us the strength to remain in the center of your will. In Jesus Name. Amen
~Written by Felicia McKnight~

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New Mind in a New Year

Romans 12:2 KJV
And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.

Romans 12:2 NLT
Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.

Happy New Year! A statement many of us have been hearing for the past 8 days. A common expression to wish each person new blessings, new joy, and new prosperity in the new calendar time frame. New means something that has been brought into being. It has never existed again. As we have transitioned into 2014 we are in a time period that has not previously existed. With this new time frame many people create new goals or some may call them resolutions and by now, January 8th, many people have probably fallen off of what they were supposed to be focused on accomplishing. For many others the New Year can be a time of renewal, meaning someone will begin something again, restore, or revive. For example in the New Year start work out routines again, another attempt at managing finances, or another attempt to restore a relationship with Christ. Many people may set out to do what they used to do and once again many will not make it to the end of year accomplishing their goal. Why is that? The calendar changed, but the mind did not.

As I transitioned out of 2013 into 2014 I learned a hard life lesson on renewal. I ended my 2013 the way it started which was in a dark place which transitioned right into 2014. I was so busy dwelling on what didn’t happen and what I wanted to happen that I lost focus. It all bottled up inside and became an explosive situation that I certainly did not plan for nor desire in the New Year. The date on the calendar changed, but my mind had temporarily gone back into a time capsule to the time zone of how I use to be and the error of what hadn’t come. Through prayer and encouragement from others I had to quickly change my thinking and refocus my thoughts so that I could continue into this New Year with a new mind and a right mind and be victorious. Many of us will not finish what we started because we have transitioned into a new year with new goals, but it is partnered with your old way of thinking. You cannot put new wine into old wineskins. (Luke 5:37)

Today our scripture reminds us not to be conformed to the world. Do not align with the practices and behaviors of the world. Do not copy the custom practices of the world. What does that mean? I love watching old television shows. One of my favorite shows is “Good Times”. I remember I was preparing to watch one episode and prior to the episode a warning flashed on the screen “Parental discretion advised.” In that particular episode the theme of the show was focused on a sexually transmitted disease scare by one of the characters. They never named the disease. It was only referred to as “V.D.” or venereal disease. Something we consider an open topic to discuss today was viewed as a major “be careful not to let your kids see this” issue. The television shows did not have curse words back then and if they did they were bleeped out. There was no nudity on television. Fast forward thirty plus years later when we watch television we now see all these things: sex, drugs, cursing, and actual disease names mentioned. The patterns of the world has changed but God is telling us we should not change.

I think about the controversy with the Duck Dynasty star, Phil Robertson, who was suspended for and reprimanded because of his religious beliefs. (NOTE: I do not agree with all of Phil Robertson’s views). What stood out to me the most is due to this man’s religious views he refused to be conformed to the world’s thinking and ways and customs that have been transformed over time. He stood on the word of God that he believed in. The world may change, the calendar may change, but God’s word is the same yesterday, today and forever more.

When it comes to our resolutions so many things can stand in the way of us accomplishing goals: selfishness, double-mindedness, lack of wisdom, lack of confidence, lack of self-control, fear, just to name a few. These are all patterns of the world. “For the flesh desires what is contrary to the Spirit, and the Spirit what is contrary to the flesh. They are in conflict with each other, so that you are not to do whatever you want. “ (Galatians 5:17) The world has one way of thinking and doing things but as Christians we have another way of thinking and ways.

Once we decided not to be conformed to the patterns of the world we have to be renewed in our mind. We have to change the way that we think. How do you change the way you think? By reading and meditating on the word of God, your Bible. What issues do you face today? What goals do you wish to accomplish? Whatever your answer is know that God has a response for it in his word and a promise for you to stand on so that you can be victorious! Remember I said I packed the baggage of old thinking into the New Year. Well this exercise finally hit me. I wrote down my negative thoughts and backed each one up with the word of God. I recalled all of the promises God had spoken to me and refused to allow Satan to attack me in my mind or my personal life. My mind went from “I may not have it right now, but God said I will have it in His appointed time.” My mind went from thinking one way to remembering what God delivered me from and how far he brought me and situations I had been praying about. Satan may have drug me back into dark places and old ways and bondage for a brief moment, but praise God for the wisdom to push through and not remain in that place. The Bible said who the son sets free is truly free indeed and that is what I am choosing to stand on. I am determined to have a New Year with a New Mind!

When your mind is renewed and you know God’s word then you have another promise to stand on. You may prove what is good and acceptable and the perfect will of God. Now back to my original statement. What do you desire to accomplish in 2014? I’m sure you have it written down and tucked away in a safe place. How does what you desire to accomplish line up with the word of God? Is this a desire of God for your life? What promises in the Bible can you find to write down to keep you focused on accomplishing your goals? What caused you not to accomplish your goal in prior years? Did you pause to turn that negative into God’s promise? If you don’t have them find them and tie them to your goals. Meditate on scripture. Remember you have to be transformed and renewed in your thinking. Your mind has to be in subjection to the word of God. When you have your promises to stand on and your mind is renewed, then you can do all things through Christ who gives you strength which includes finding yourself on December 31, 2014 saying “Mission Accomplished!” My prayer for every reader of this word is that you have a VICTORIOUS 2014. Be blessed and be encouraged on today. Happy New Year and new thinking to you!

Heavenly Father I lift up every reader of this word including myself that we are not only readers of your word, but doers of your word. We all have an area of struggle in our life. Give us guidance, wisdom, strength, and discernment to be transformed by the renewing of our minds. Mold us, shape us, and transform us into the Christian men and women you desire us to be. Help us to remember we have the mind of Christ. (1 Corinthians 2:16) Guide us along the way as we strive to be victorious in our goals and assignments in this New Year. I pray that each reader will be victorious in accomplishing what they have set out to do in 2014 and I pray that by December 31, 2014 we can all shout with victory as we are more than conquerors and we are victorious in you. In Jesus name. Amen

~Written by Felicia McKnight~

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