Religion: Believe and See the Glory of God

By Bishop John Rocque

Welcome to this message. We are so happy to have you sharing with us this time of power, prayer, prophecy and penance. Above all, I pray that you may prosper in the things of this world, as you succeed in spiritual things.

I know this sounds tedious, but we need to go before the Lord and repent of all our sins. Go into a quiet corner and mention the sins one by one. Ask Him to forgive you and He will be faithful to do as you ask, according to His word.

Lazarus was dead four days when Jesus came to him (John 11:38-44). Your situation may appear hopeless. You lose money every year and your marriage and social life goes into turmoil. People you trust abandon you and you have to face the reality of failure and defeat.

Has it ever occurred to you that there is a better way of going through life than constant shortages and humiliation? I want you to BELIEVE that from this moment on you too can see the GLORY of God.

John 11:40 – “Then Jesus said, ‘Did I not tell you that if you BELIEVE, YOU WILL SEE THE GLORY OF GOD?”

That’s a profound statement. Believing is all you need to SEE the GLORY. When the glory is there you can’t miss it. There’s success, supply, serenity and joy.

BELIEVING is also your passport to eternal life.

John says, “These are written that you may BELIEVE that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by BELIEVING you may have life in His name.”

The enemy of faith, or believing is fear and doubt. The disciples had problems believing that Jesus had risen from the dead. Instead of claiming victory and proclaiming the act, they shut themselves up and would not go out, afraid that they too could be killed.

Jesus said to them: “Why are you troubled and why do doubts arise in your minds?”

Victory is yours in Christ Jesus if you BELIEVE.

Thank you and God bless you for reading this.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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