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Prophet Nanasei Opoku Sarkodie



Is anything too hard for the Lord? At the time appointed I will return unto thee, according to the time of life, and Sarah shall have a son.


Sometimes when we pray, we expect God to respond in the next minute; but God is not like that. He answers in His own time.

If God had not intervened, my father Dr. Cho would have killed himself. His church was not growing and so he got frustrated and decided to kill himself. He went and stood on a seven-story building and decided to jump, but God spoke audibly to him. At that time, his church had about four hundred members. Whenever I go to South Korea and see about nine hundred thousand congregation members , I ask myself, whether he still remembers the time when he wanted to kill himself.

You are asking too many questions. God says He will answer but in His own time. I have discovered that because we lack knowledge of His operations, we are unable to line up with Him; and this is what is delaying the manifestation of His blessings in our lives because all these ‘how long’ questions generate unbelief.

There are people who feel God is unconscious about their situation and so they keep asking the question ‘How long’. The fact that you are asking these questions and putting up a certain look will not put God under obligation to answer you; you are rather complicating your case. Make sure you are not complaining, make sure you are not offended because the reason I know God will do it for you is that you cannot explain how He brought you this far.


• Pray and ask God to help you not miss the appointed time for the manifestation of your blessing. (Job 14:14)


• Sometimes the delay is to humble you so that when the manifestation comes, you will not take the glory for yourself.


• Habakkuk 2:3, Romans 5:2-4


• 1 Samuel 25-26 and Luke 12:32-59


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