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Prophet Nanasei Opoku Sarkodie



Open my eyes, that I may see the wondrous things from your law.

PSALM 119:18

You need to see things the way God sees them. If you begin to see things the way God sees them, your attitude towards them will change. You must see your wife the way God sees her, you must see your husband the way God sees him, and you must see your pastor the way God sees him.

The reason why a lot of people misbehave in the church is that they do not see things the way God sees them. You do not fight a person who is a contact for your blessing. God sent Samuel to go to the house of Jesse to anoint one of his sons as a king for Him. When Samuel got to the house, Jesse had several sons, and so when the first son appeared, Samuel lifted the oil to anoint him. If God had not shouted from heaven, Samuel would have anointed for God the wrong king.

Look at what the Lord told Samuel, " But God said to Samuel, look not on his countenance, or on the height of his stature; because I have refused him: for the Lord sees not as man sees; for man looks on the outward appearance, but God looks on the heart" (1 Samuel 16:7).

Who said a prophet cannot be deceived? This is a prophet of whom it is said that none of his words falls on the ground, but this time his eyesight and perception were wrong. Never think that because you are too anointed, you will not make mistakes. Human beings will continue to be human beings as long as we remain on earth, and so God has to be there to always guide us.


• Pray and say, Lord! Open my eyes to see things the way you see them in Jesus' Name.


• You don't fight a person who is a contact for your blessing.


• Ephesians 1:18, Deuteronomy 3:21


• Ruth 1-4 and Luke 8:1-25


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