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We should not have a problem in believing that God will do new things because we know He has the ability. We are alive today because God's mercies upon our lives is renewed every morning. However, from Isaiah 43:19, we can deduce that the problem is not with the ability of God to do the new things He promised, but our ability to recognize the new. We know that once God begins a thing, He will finish it, He does not have abandoned projects (Philippians 1:6). God Who knows the end from the beginning and is encouraging you to prepare for the new thing He has started doing (see Isaiah 54:1-3). Once God has started, then we know it is too late for the enemy to stop it, He will surely finish it. 

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When God says, "I will do a new thing," He has already done it. God has given you the talent you need to succeed; He has placed opportunities around you to make you excel. What God will do in your life this year will pale out other things He has done in the past. When men say there is a casting down, you will say there is a lifting up, because it is time for you to arise and shine for your light has come, and the glory of the LORD has risen upon you.

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Lamentations 3:22-23 tells us that "It is of the Lord's mercies that we are not consumed, because His compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is Thy faithfulness." We are all alive today because of God’s faithfulness and mercy that we receive every morning.  If God were to mark sin, no one would be alive. Though the year just started, some people have had very close shave with death, indeed some people have died. King David thought of the mercies of God upon his life and he admitted that he did not deserve to be alive to be a recipient of the over-generous preferential treatment – the unmerited favour of God.

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One would ask if it was easy for Jesus to be so focused. Jesus Christ came to the world as man so that He can experience what we experience. Hebrews 4:14-15 [AMP]) says, "Inasmuch then as we [believers] have a great High Priest who has [already ascended and] passed through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession [of faith and cling tenaciously to our absolute trust in Him as Savior].

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There are various types and levels of glory (Proverbs 20:29, 1 Corinthians 11:7; 15:40-41). First, when it comes to the glory of God, there is absolutely no equal. No one can compare to God, He has a glory that is like none other (Exodus 15:11). Moses wanted to know God's ways, he wanted God's presence to go with him and he wanted God to show him His glory. These three requests were about the same thing. When you tell God to show you His glory or let His glory go ahead of you, you are telling God to manifest Himself and make His presence known. Whenever God makes His presence known, He makes it known in an unprecedented way (Isaiah 42:8).

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Glory Ahead can be looked at in several ways. For glory to be said that it is ahead, it means that it is coming soon. It can also be said to be in the future. What you have to consider is while you are expecting glory ahead or in glory the future, you have to deal with how you are feeling now; and there has to be a mindset to not get discouraged while you are expecting. Hence, there has to be a change of mind.

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Remember, the words that God speaks is alive (Hebrews 4:12). God has spoken that you will see the ‘Glory Ahead;’ it shall become active and operational in your life in Jesus name. His Word is forever settled, and as you enter into 2019, there is ‘Glory Ahead of you!’

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Divine Connection by Pastor Idowu Iluyomade
Excerpts of Pastor Idowu Iluyomade's Sermon at the March Thanksgiving Service on Sunday, March 4, 2018 Divine Connection Over the weeks, we have be...

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The problem is that most times, our pursuits, goals and plans can be different from God's ultimate plan and purpose for our lives; and as such, one can reach his personal goals of becoming a raving success by world's standards with a sense of achievement; but still miss one’s life purpose, thereby not fulfilling our God-given destiny. There has to be an alignment with your plans or goals and God's perfect plan for your life. It is important for you to discover your purpose and ensure that before you meet with God, you align yourself with His own plan and purpose for your life.

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How can a man make God arise in a situation? It is through prayer. Don't forget that prayer is not telling God what you want to hear, prayer is telling God what He wants to hear, so that He can do what He wants to do. Therefore, there must be a people who can push aside their lusts and selfish desires, and tell God they want to see His glory manifest in their time. The problem with the Church is that they do not believe the Bible they read; because what is written in it is reproducible. Moses was telling the Israelites that if they wanted to believe God, they should look at His workings in the Scriptures. This is where you must begin to find out if Exodus is fact or fiction. The beauty of Exodus is that all the time, God knew what to do.

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