Visitation From Above

“And in the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent from God unto a city of Galilee, named Nazareth,” Luke 1:26

Divine visitation is essentially a personal experience with God. We as a whole long for divine visitation, not on the grounds that we are worth with, for we do not. As Christians, we ask, on the grounds that Jesus is our only hope and we request in the name and on the benefits from Christ Jesus alone. God wants to visit us. His sovereignty suggests that heavenly visitation should be at His instance, or at His pleasure, as He can’t be summoned simply by man’s desire or want. In this 11th month of the year, as we go into the time of God’s heavenly visitation, it is a period for us to proclaim the Lordship of Jesus, our King, Saviour and Lord strongly. It is an opportunity to pray for divine visitation. It is a chance to live Holy and an opportunity to practice a violent faith. In the event that we do these, God himself will visit the earth for our good this season. Beyond all doubt, Jesus says He’s as of now at the door of your life prepared to visit you. He needs to come in and favour you. Assuming that the door of your heart and life isn’t available to Jesus you will miss your time of divine visitation. Open the door of your heart to Jesus, so He can visit you today with His salvation, deliverance, healing, restoration and full redemption package. (Revelation 3:20).

Heavenly Father let my family and i experience your divine visitation before this month ends in Jesus name.




“Li osu kefa, a si ran angeli gabrieli lati odo Olorun lo si ilu kan ni Galilee ti a npe ni Nasareti” Luke 1:26

Abewo lati orun je iriri ti eniyan nri pelu Olorun. A nfe ibewo lati orun, kiise wipe o to si wa sugbon gege bi Kristeni, a nbeere nitoriwipe Jesu nikan ireti ti a ni, a si nbeere ni oriko Jesu nikan. Olorun fe be wa wo, igba ti o ba wu ni o le be wa wo, a o le ni ko wa bewa wo ni igba ti o ba wu wa. Ninu osu kokanla yi, bi a se nlo sinu akoko ibewo Olorun, asiko lati kede Jesu, oba wa ati olugbala gegebi Oluwa wa. O je anfani lati gbadura fun ibewo lati orun. O je asiko lati gbe ni mimo ati lati ni igbagbo ti o le. Ti a ba se eyi, Olorun yio be aye wo fun rere wa. Laise iye meji, Jesu wa ni enu ona okan re, o setan lati lati be o wo. O ni lati wa lati wa fun o ni oju rere. Ti okan re o ba setan fun Jesu, o seese ki asiko ibewo re ye. Si okan re fun Jesu, ki o le be o wo fun igbala, idande, iwosan, idapada si ipo, ati irapada pipe (Ifihan 3:20)

Baba orun, jeki emi ati ebi mi ni iriri ibewo re ki osu yi ki o to pari ni oruko Jesu. Amin.

BIBELI KIKA: Esekieli 37

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