While supernatural breakthrough has been identified as the ‘bread’ of the ‘redeemed’, that fact does not absolve us of our responsibility to lead a life of prayer.
Pastor Fred Ohiani made this clarification at the first service on July 11.
Using the practical example of Daniel in Daniel 10:1-10, the man of God noted how he (Daniel) sought the face of God.
“When someone rises up to pray, something happens. Daniel dedicated time to seek the face of God, to hear what He had to say. God speaks so that we can manifest His word,” he said.
Noting that the basic tool for activating supernatural breakthrough in addition to prayer is belief, the clergy said, “What you see can either deliver you or mar you, believe His word, believe in His servants.”
While sounding a note of warning, Pastor Ohiani said believers should expect that the enemy will contend with what God has spoken concerning them; he, therefore, urged that they began to possess their possession.
Rounding up, he noted that only those that have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour are entitled to supernatural breakthrough, and this must be activated with prayer, an unrelenting belief that God’s word never fails, a forgiving spirit and a thankful attitude.