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Prophet Nanasei Opoku Sarkodie
For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.
One day I was talking to some workers and I was told that a lot of people like consulting fetish priests because they think that the devil can act very fast. I asked them this question, “you do not fear God because you think that He does not act quickly, but who created the devil whom you fear? You consult all kinds of spirit mediums and still come to church. The reason God has not acted is that He is slow to anger (Ps. 103:8).
These days, people will do all kinds of things just because they are looking for a quick solution. They do not even care about the spirits they are consulting; as long as they will get what they are looking for, they are fine.
If the Lord does not shorten the time, even the very elect will lose their salvation because they will be deceived. The apprehension is too much, and because of that deception is creeping into the church.
As for satan, he will mount pressure on you when he sees that you are close to your breakthrough. If he sees that you cannot contain the pressure any longer, he will then present the counterfeit version of your original blessing. Is it not interesting to know that after Sarah gave birth to Isaac, she started despising the Ismael she herself caused? You are putting pressure on God to act and when He responds, you turn back to Him and say you do not want the first one again. If you can exercise a little patience, God will take time to package your blessings for you.
• Pray and ask God to help you to exercise patience in everything you do and hope for. (James 5:7)
• Without patience, satan will present to you the counterfeit version of your original blessing.
• Galatians 6:9, Philippians 4:6
• 1 Samuel 27-29 and Luke 13:1-22


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