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Joseph Prince - A Fresh Revelation Of The Communion Brings Healing


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I want y'all to stand to your feet right now. Praise the Lord. Praise the Lord. We are in the presence of a giving God, of a constantly giving God. That's how you are to see God. Do you know that today, towards you and I, God is nothing but all grace and all love. Yes, we know from the Scriptures that God is a God of judgment, justice, righteousness, holiness, but towards the believer because of what Christ has done through the expiating work of the blood of Christ in removing all our sins from God's eyes, that does not mean we don't have sin in us. We still see tendencies, motions of sins in us. We're not to be surprised. It's still in us. But you know what? It is not imputed to us because of the blood of Christ that has been shed. So, we can always stand in the presence of a God who is always supplying, who is always giving to us. I want you to see God like that, amen?

The faith that pleases God is the faith that believes that God today is a justifying God. Yes, to the world that has not accepted, humbled themself, and reckoned themself as sinners, and accept what Christ has done, God still has anger, God still has judgment, amen. To Paul on all lawlessness, on all disobedience, on all rebellion, but listen, God's posture right now to the world is that, come home because Christ has shed his blood. Now, because of that I want you to know one thing, that for the believer, it's nothing but all grace, nothing but all love. There's not one trace of judgment, not one trace of anger in the heart of God towards his child. For the world he is God, for us, he is Father, amen? Just take some time to just thank him. Thank him for who he is, amen? For who he is, that's worship, amen.

Thank you, Lord. We worship you and praise your wonderful name in Jesus's name. Thank you, Lord. Praise you, Lord Jesus. It's like it's raining inside here. Can you feel it? Can you feel it? Hear the sound of the abundance of rain. I want you to see the Lord is pouring out his rain, rain showers of blessings, rain of healing. In Jesus's name, wherever you're watching this right now, it's raining. God is sending his lightnings of power to set you free from every addiction, every bondage, and depression, and it's raining. It's raining blessings on us, showers of blessings. Healing in Jesus's name, amen, amen. All kinds of stomach conditions are being healed.

Right now God is removing pains, gastritis, acid reflux. God is healing you right now, in Jesus's name. A number of you, quite a number of you, and also those watching right now in different locations, God is healing you. You are feeling that warmth in your stomach. You're feeling the fire of God, and that is God touching you right now in Jesus's name. Thank you, Lord. Thank you, Lord. Pain is leaving bodies right now in Jesus's name. Thank you, Lord. Thank you, Lord, he's constantly healing, hallelujah. Jesus, Jesus. Lord, thank you, Lord, for what you're doing right now in Jesus's name. Upon every grass in the field, rain upon every grass in the field in Jesus's name.

Someone can't move your arm before this with liberty. You feel the pain when you lift your hand, I want you to lift your hand right now. Someone who cannot move your neck all the way, move your neck right now in Jesus's name. Someone can't even bend up all the way down, bend right now. Make some room for that person. And bend right now, in Jesus's name. Somebody in the overflow right now, you have a severe condition of your neck and God is healing your neck right now. Your neck is totally free, in Jesus's name. Right now you are set free in Jesus's name. Thank you, Father. Thank you, Father. Someone has a sharp pain on the right, somewhere in your rib area, your ribcage area, and it's been bothering you. And now God is healing you of that pain. Thank you, Lord Jesus.

I heard a vertebra just snap back into place. Your curve at the back right now, the curve of your spine is now normal. Praise the Lord. God has healed you. Thank you, Lord. Now, do what you cannot do before in the presence of the Lord right now, in the presence of a justifying healing God right now. Do what you cannot do before. Those of you in the overflow in the different venues and all that, God is there as much as he's here, amen. And God is supplying that healing right now. Receive it and start doing because faith is believing and receiving, therefore you act, amen? You act on it, amen. Start doing what you cannot do before. You can't move your arm.

Someone's knee just got healed and move your knee up and down. Thank you, Lord Jesus. Thank you, Lord Jesus. Move your knee, slam it down. You might feel the pain at first, but keep on doing it and if you know the pain is gone, then in a while's time, we're gonna have a testimonial wave, amen, of those whose pains have left their bodies. They know that this wonderful healing God has touched them. Okay, but meanwhile, let's see what else God is doing. Also someone with watery eyes. You've been having problem with watery eyes, as well as you know, it's like your eyes keep on watering. And God is healing you right now, whoever you are. Thank you, Lord Jesus. Thank you, Lord Jesus. Another liver condition being healed. Thank you, Lord.

Gallbladder, gallbladder, I see God, God dissolving growths. I'm not too sure whether it's inside or outside the gallbladder, but tumor is being healed right now, amen. Thank you, Lord Jesus. Amen, someone's bladder is being healed. Thank you, Lord Jesus. Thank you, Lord Jesus. Men, prostate, I hear the word "prostate". God is reducing the size of your prostate. I can just see it like a shrinking going on. Praise the Lord. Thank you, Jesus, amen. Your toilet life is about to be revived. Thank you, Lord Jesus, amen. Hallelujah. Thank you, Lord Jesus. It's like it's raining healing upon every grass in the field.

Now, check your bodies right now. Start doing what you cannot do. Feel out for the pain. Like the Bible says look out for your enemy, and you won't find his place no more, amen. So, if you know the pain is no longer there, amen, if you know that pain has gone, the growth is no longer there, do a big wave of thanks to the Lord all across this place, all right, and also those in the different venues because there are pastors there, leaders there. They'll capture it, all right, they'll let me know as well. Now, one, two, three, wave.

All right, look around you, keep on waving. Do a big wave 'cause a large auditorium. Do a big wave only if you know pain has left your body, the condition is no longer there. Praise the Lord. Okay, I tell you what, the sister over here, yeah, what happened to you? I can only call those who are near to me, the one with the cap. Just over here, Lawrence, what happened?

Female: I'm having severe knee challenges so, and I was feeling the pain just now. So now I'm feeling better. Praise the Lord.

Joseph Prince: Praise the Lord. Thank you, Jesus. Someone over here. All right, do a big wave again so I can see you. All right, don't be shy. Okay, don't be shy. All right, Lawrence over here. Yeah, we got, we got a mic here. What happened, sister?

Female: I can turn my neck.

Joseph Prince: And you can't do this.

Female: Now I can.

Joseph Prince: Now you can, but you couldn't do that.

Female: Pain.

Joseph Prince: Very painful, all the pain is gone? Thank you, Jesus. All right, let's find someone over here, over here. Someone God healed, yeah, what is it?

Female: Something at the right.

Male: Sharp pain on her right shoulder is gone.

Joseph Prince: It's gone. Lift up your shoulder, up and down. Praise the Lord. Praise the Lord, hallelujah. Thank you, Lord. Thank you, Lord. Thank you, Father. We give you all the praise, all the glory, and all the honor in Jesus's name. And all the people said, amen. You may be seated. Thank you, Lord Jesus. I just felt like, you know, God wants to pour on you. How many are excited that you are in the presence of a God who really, really loves you, a God who really wants to supply, always wants to give.

You know, it's important that whatever teachings you hear about the Lord, that you don't ever see him as a God who is looking out for your sins. I'm gonna say something right now to help you doctrinally, okay? Never say that, even after you're born again, never say that, "there is no sin in me. I'm a new creation in Christ. I'm the righteousness of God in Christ". All that is true, wonderfully true, but there's still sin in the flesh, all right? This morning, you didn't feel like coming together, together, as the Bible exhorts us to. You know what's that? Sin in the flesh, amen?

You know that part of you that is angry and bitter towards someone on the road, okay, and then you realize you're a Christian but it's too late. That is sin in the flesh. But the amazing thing is, the Bible says that, that sin has been condemned. God sent his Son and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh. A lot of people don't understand what that means. You know, sin in the flesh is that part of us that keep on rising up here and there in the motions of sin and we see ourself, and we don't like it. If you're a child of God, you don't like it. You see, you have a sheep nature. A sheep does not like to wallow in the mud. Now, a pig, this is happy hour. They like to wallow in the mud. But that's why even you sin, but it's not your nature. Do you understand, amen? Judge that sin. Realize okay, Joseph Prince, that's not good. That temper is not good, all right, judge it, amen.

Okay, Joseph Prince, you are critical. I judge that. But the wonderful thing, you can judge your bad habits or your sin, when you realize that God does not impute them to you, why? Because of the blood of Christ and that's how God sees us today. I'm gonna say this, God does not see sin on us, although there is sin in us still. But in God's presence, God doesn't deal with you based on sin, amen. God sees no sin on you, though there is sin in us. Do you understand? Preposition, right? Is it a preposition? English teachers, help me. Yeah, in, on. When you come to God, you must see that God does not see sin on us, even though there is still sin in us. And sin will be in us until, until we receive our new glorified body, amen? But just because there's sin in us doesn't mean you must act on it. Like, I can see anger coming through my emotions, right? See it like a spectator.

Okay, Joseph Prince, that shows sin is still in you even though you are the righteousness of God in Christ, even though you are a new creation in Christ, there is still sin, but see it like a spectator. Don't take it and act on it. You may have lust coming through your mind, all right, that shows there's sin in you. Like Paul struggled with this in Romans 7. But then the answer is there is therefore now no condemnation. God doesn't impute to you. But don't entertain it. Don't start, you know, to go further. Judge it, then and there, amen. Judge it in you, understand? Say, "No, no, I don't want that, nope". Amen, and walk in the Spirit. Can I have a good amen?

That is accurate doctrine. Anyone who say we have no sin is a liar, he makes God a liar. But those who say that we are perfect, there's no more sin in us, all right? Now, when I say we are the righteousness of God in Christ, that is true. God has imputed righteousness to us. God always treats us like we are righteous, amen, because of what Jesus has done. But that doesn't mean there's no sin in us, okay? Is that settled? Good. Now, if you go back home and you just learned that, you've learned what years of Bible school is trying to teach. You got the gospel, you got grace, at the same time, you have that, it's not a careless walk, amen. Can I have a good amen? You start arguing with your husband and then all of a sudden, your words get very angry. Stop there and internally judge yourself. Okay, that is sin trying to rise up, amen?

But you're still the righteousness of God in Christ, amen, and God does not impute that sin to you. Praise the Lord. That gives you, what? Freedom in his presence. Can I have a good amen, hallelujah. Thank you, Jesus, in marriage especially, if you learn this. And always remember, God loves you and focus on his love for you, not on your love for God. That is the law. The law says the sum total of all the commandments is that you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your mind, all your strength, right? Actually Jesus did not teach this.

Now, some people are shocked when I say that. He did not teach this, he answered with this. He was asked the question by a Pharisee, by a Scribe, and he was asked, "What is the greatest of all the commandments"? And Jesus answered, "Thou shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your mind, all your strength," right? Am I right? He was answering them, the teachers of the law. But then is there anyone who loved God like that? None, only the Lord loved God like that, amen? So, then Jesus died on the cross and the Bible now says we loved because he first loved us. So, the focus of the normal Christian life is always a focus on his love for you, not on your love.

So, don't look inside. Don't look inside, you'll be depressed. No more mind games is a teaching of coming against people battling depression. You know, depression is the result of looking within, looking at yourself. You know, "What are people thinking about me? Oh, no, I received a dislike, or thumbs down, or I received this comment". There are ten good comments, and one bad comment. You see, it's living life, living life horizontally instead of living life before the Lord. The Lord approves of you, amen? The Lord looks at you righteous, holy, blameless in his eyes, amen. You don't need the approval of fallen man whose breath is in his nostrils, amen. You only have to have God's approbation. Can I have a good amen, people? Praise the Lord, hallelujah.

Okay, it's gonna bless your marriage. If you're always conscious of God's love for you, instead of her lack of love, my lack of love, "How come you don't love me more"? You know, and looking at yourself. "How come I don't love her enough, or love him enough"? Look to the Lord and see his constant supply, amen, amen? Praise the Lord. Don't think the couples that are, you know, the husband, one husband told his wife, "Look at the couple over there. They look so happy, you know"? The wife says, "Don't be too sure, dear. They're probably saying the same thing about us". Everybody's the same, amen, amen? Praise the Lord.

We are going in different directions, but you know what? We might be different, in different careers, different ministries, whatever, but everyone have the same problems, same challenges even in marriage, amen? Doesn't mean you quarrel, certain seasons of quarrel in the year of the latter rain, you don't quarrel. No such thing, all right? Quarrels are part and parcel of two strong people, amen, people with opinions, people with, you know, desires. But that's why we need the Lord. We need a third party in the marriage, amen? His name is? Jesus, amen, not your mother-in-law.

Like one guy was telling his wife, "Darling, I just want to tell you this, okay? I don't mean to be harsh, but you need to know one thing. Twenty years, you know, your mother has been living with us. I didn't say anything for 20 years. Don't you think it's time for her to find a place of her own"? And the wife looked at him got shocked. The wife says, "My mother, I thought it was your mother". So, for 20 years, they had a stranger, you understand? Okay, anyway, okay never mind. That was slow but, praise God.

The year is the year of the latter rain, and what does that mean? That means that God is emphasizing this and there is a time of the latter rain. And the amazing thing is that when God first gave me this, all I know is that in March, the guides there, the people there, told me, and I actually visited the Sea of Galilee. They told me that the Sea of Galilee is very low, coming to a dangerous red line. And they say that because for nearly five years now, there is a drought, drought in Israel, five years of drought.

And that was last March when we were with TBN, right, when they said that to me. Now, end of the year, no one can predict what happened and all that. All I know is that when God gave me this message, I did not know what happened in Israel. I really did not know. The first person I asked was last Saturday before I preached the year of the latter rain. My friend Samuel Smaja said, "How has the rains been"? Okay, he said, "We had some very good winter rains". But now this past week, I had an article sent to me and let me show you the article. "Winter rains raise Sea of Galilee by 19 centimeters in 2 days". All right, "Downpours in northern Israel brings snow to Hermon, from Hermon, it rose down the River Jordan and all that, right, it comes down. "End five-year drought," can you see that?

It ends the five-year drought, hallelujah. In the year of the latter rain, why Israel? Although news are always like that but water authority says climate change means problems won't be solved by a year of plentiful precipitation. They always negative. But heavy rainfall, okay, you can read for yourself. It has broken a five-year drought. Can you see that? "Heavy rains fall across Israel over the past weeks means Israel has broken a five-year drought". Praise the Lord.

Look up here. People, first the nation of Israel, then spiritual Israel. All right, I don't like to use those terms "spiritual Israel," but I mean, you know, God's Israel are the like the sand of the earth. God says, our "I'll multiply your seed, Abraham, like the sand of the earth". Naturally, you can touch and feel. And that is Israel, and the stars that you cannot touch, the heavenly ones. We are seated with Christ in heavenly places, that's the seed of, we are also seed of Abraham in Christ, amen, amen?

So, whatever happens to them happens to us. You know, we look at them and just like the time when they came back as a nation, do you know right after that 1948 they came back as a nation after 2,000 years? In the '50s, there was amazing outpouring of healing. It's called the healing revival, amen, when they took back Jerusalem and Jesus said, "Jerusalem will be under the foot of Gentiles until the times of Gentiles will be fulfilled," amen.

Now that, the fullness has not happened yet, but in a sense, Jerusalem came back into their hands in the Six-Day War in 1967, unparalleled in history except for Joshua in the walls of Jericho, they were surrounded in six days, and on the seventh it was theirs. God did it again in 1967 in the Six-Day War. And what happened after 1967 in the '70s? The charismatic outpouring of the Spirit.

So, when something good happens to Israel, amen, the church can expect. So, now rain, you see? And I didn't know that, praise the Lord. And we can expect showers of blessings. Can I have a good amen? So, don't bring umbrellas, okay? Now, let me qualify that, I'm just joking, okay people? You want to bring umbrella, bring umbrella. I'm not talking about the real rain. I'm talking about what it means. Okay, so rain we saw in Zechariah. Let's look at the video once again.
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Love it. Praise the Lord. Year of the latter rain, amen. By the way, if someone tells you that Jesus said, "I beheld Satan fall as lightning from heaven," all right, Satan is not lightning, okay? When Jesus said that he what he meant, I saw Satan fall so fast like lightning? Doesn't mean he's lightning. Okay, so when it says that his name was daystar in one place in the Bible, doesn't mean that he's the daystar. Jesus is the real daystar, right? Yeah, it's in the Bible, but you need to see things in context.

Now, look at this, "Ask the Lord for rain in the time of latter rain". Do not be asking God for rain upon every one of you, showers of blessing. We saw that happen just now. God is raining on you, amen. And it's still happening. Praise the Lord. Doesn't mean that, you know, God is not healing anymore. God is still healing. You'd be surprised many of you to go back and you look for your symptom, it's no more there, amen. It's so good to come to church, amen?

There's something about coming together, and these things happen, especially corporately. Or you can say, "Pastor, I can be at home and still listen to a sermon and just get blessed. Yes, you can. You can. You'll get a measure of blessing, but not the fullness of the blessing. Even life forevermore, when he commands that life and the dew of Hermon, when he says how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity, that's called the church. In the church, the presence of God is unrestricted, amen. The fullness of Jesus is there because we come together. Are you listening, people?

So, there's no telling what you're gonna receive when you sit down here, amen, when you listen to the word corporately, amen. So, you can see also the blessings and how the blessings tend to dissipate the longer you stay away from the gathering of God's people. You can even measure it. You can see attitude change, dryness comes in, you can see that they're pushing hard, there's no oil, there's no oil to what they do. Oil is the anointing of the Holy Spirit that makes everything effortlessly easy, makes parenting effortlessly easy, makes your marriage effortlessly easy.

You know, just like a bicycle, you know, going up a hill, you know that the gears if it's not oiled, oh, man, it's creaky, it's hard, it's cranky, people are cranky, people are bad tempered. There's no oil, so God promised grain, wine, and oil, bread, wine, and the anointing of the Holy Spirit, amen, this coming year, hallelujah, hallelujah! Yeah, or else it would very creaky like that like you know what's a tandem bike, the two-seater bike?

Well, these two friends were going up the hill on a tandem bike, and then it was really hard, then his friend in front says, "Man, I'm telling you, this is the toughest hill I've ever climbed". And the guy the backstage, "Man, I'm telling you, you're right, man. If I didn't set on the brake, right, we'll all slide back, you know"? His name is Pastor Mark. I'm telling you. Okay, never mind. Some of you still think about the joke.

All right, anyway, "The Lord will make flashing clouds. The Lord will make flashing clouds". You know what's flashing clouds? Lightnings in the Hebrew, lightnings, literally lightnings plural. The Lord will make lightnings and he'll give them showers of rain, grass in the field for everyone. There is another article someone sent me about Southeast Asia now having a downpour. That is unusual. Southeast Asia, that's where we are, right? That's where the year of the latter rain was given to, right, amen? But doesn't say first Southeast Asia, then the church. Doesn't say that. First Israel, then the church, okay? So, don't blame me for the rain yesterday. Anyway, the Lord is sometimes he's confirming everything, you know, in the natural as well. It's great. But what we are studying is rain.

Now, what is the importance of rain? Rain is also like I shared yesterday, yowreh is the word rain, to shoot. That's how rain comes, all right, droplets. And the word moreh for teacher comes from yowreh, the teaching. Here we have Job 29 telling us the same thing that, "my speech dropped upon them and they waited for me as for the rain, and they opened their mouth wide as for the latter rain". So teaching, teaching, good teaching is like rain upon the grass, rain upon the flowers, rain upon the field. It is refreshing, it is healing, it's reviving, amen? Rain. Praise the Lord. Good teaching is like rain. Can I have a good amen?

And bad teaching is like dryness, it's dry, it's dry. Everything is dry and an unclean spirit, when it's cast out, the Bible says he goes about dry places. He doesn't like wet refreshing places, amen. May you always come to church and leave refreshed, refreshed, amen. And they waited for me as for the rain, and they opened their mouth wide as for the latter rain. The word latter rain is the word malqowsh. The word yowreh is the word for early rain, amen, the winter rains. But the word malqowsh is the spring rain. Latter rain is spring rain, that will be in March.

Sometimes it comes in February, end of February but March, April usually is the latter rain in Israel, and that's for the harvesting. Remember, the winter rains that comes in October, November, November, December, those are for planting. Those are for sowing. But harvest rains in the months of March, April, the latter rain, they're for harvesting and gathering. The what malqowsh means to gather everything. It's from lqowsh, the word lqowsh, the root word. It means to gather everything, Child of God, you're gonna gather everything, everything that Jesus sowed for you to have, amen. He died for you to have it, and some things you see, the harvesting.

You know, in God's system of things, God doesn't make, you know, imagine a child gives birth. Poom, you see a young 21 year old, "Yo, mon, what's going on down there? Thanks to giving birth to moi. Love you, man". No, it's frightening, right? It's a process, a baby, right? Then you have a little child, a little baby. Then you have a toddler, then you grow. And it's a process of growth. First the year, the blade, then the full corner of the year Jesus said thirty-fold, sixty-fold, hundredfold. So many things in life is like that. It comes with growth, and we need to learn the seasons. Can I have a good amen?

Some things are right to say to your husband, some things are right to say to your wife, but it's not the right time, not the right season. Timing, folks. Even Esther learned that give the king a feast. Make good food for him, let him eat. Let him drink, and then she presented her request, remember that? The story of Esther, timing, amen? A word spoken in due season. How good is it? We gotta learn to follow the oil, amen? He will tell us when. It's not just a matter of doing the right thing, it's doing the right thing the right way at the right time. And only God can, in fact, a sermon, even a word, a revelation shared before its time can be like heresy. People do not know how to apply it, okay? So, it's important that we release it in season. Can have a good amen?

Now, another confirmation of this is Deuteronomy 32, verse 2. It says that my teaching dropped as the rain. Let my teaching drop as the rain, my speech distill as the dew, as raindrops on the tender herb, and as showers on the grass". As raindrops on the tender herb. I love that beautiful expression. Even a tender herb is not hurt by the rain. I told you before, right? If all the hundreds of tons of rain in the clouds fall all at once, splat! Even our cars will be damaged, people be injured, amen? And forget about the tender herb. But God did it in such a way that God's concentrated wisdom cannot come into our lives. You know, God's wisdom is too strong for us any more than we can look at the, straight at the sun. It's too bright for us and it's only a created thing, the sun. Imagine the creator.

And there are people still boasting. "Let God appear before me". You know, you are made of mud. And when sun appears before mud, mud is no more mud, it's now hardened clay, amen? You'd be a mannequin, no life. No, stop your boastfulness. Your breath depends on God's mercies, amen. Anytime he can remove it. Sometimes I wonder sometime why he doesn't remove it more when I see some people, you know, in the world, you know? But God is not like me. Thank God. He is merciful or else you'll remove mine first, amen? Thank God we live in the presence of a loving God, a God who is love. Can I have a good amen?

Now, once we see that rain, an abundance of rain means what? Abundance of great good teachings from the Holy Spirit, teachings that will set you free. Then avail yourself of it. Don't be a fool, amen. Do you know that many a times something can be taught, and yet we stuff in the abundance of food around us? Like that poet wrote, I forgot what his name, water, water everywhere but not a drop to spare. You know, it's like you're surrounded by water, but you cannot drink. What a misery, amen.

Now, just because you're in New Creation Church doesn't mean that everything happened by osmosis. "Oh, I know as much as Pastor Mark now, mercy. Now there are two of you". Okay say, "Pastor Prince, why you make fun of Pastor Mark all the time"? Because I love him, you know, I make him famous all over the world, amen? You know, when I go for holidays, I don't bring you, right? Right, I don't bring you, right, but I bring him and his family, you know? If I really can't endure him, I won't go with him. And it's our invite, praise the Lord. So, I just love this man, amen. Now, the fact that rain is a picture of good teaching, that means this year we're gonna have what? Teaching that will cause us to gather, amen, hallelujah.

When the time came for Isaac to impart the firstborn blessings on his sons, watch this. Y'all know story how Jacob deceived the firstborn, Esau. And but nonetheless, it was God's sovereign will that the younger brother received. But they didn't have to manipulate, they didn't have to lie, his mother and him, but they manipulated and lied. But nonetheless, he received the firstborn blessings. Now, watch the firstborn blessings, that's my focus. Look at this. "Therefore the Father spoke over Jacob. This is the firstborn blessings. May God give you of the dew of heaven, of the fatness of the earth and plenty of grain and wine".

Remember that we told you last week that when the rains come. Now, we just stopped here for a while and go to Joel real fast. Last week we saw that when the rain comes, the teacher of righteousness will cause the rain to come down for you. The teacher of righteousness here is Jesus, and what's gonna happen? The former rain will come, the latter rain will come. The threshing floor shall be full of wheat, and the vats shall overflow with new wine and oil.

Now, you say, "Pastor Prince, that means just grain you have you have bread roti, right? Then you have wine and you have oil. Now, I'm not taking away from the natural, okay? And I'm well aware that this portion here is referring to the end times, I'm well aware. And strictly speaking, it applies to Israel, okay? But in every prophecy, there is a two layer. There's also a spiritual application. For example, some people say everything is pushed to the, you know, the wilderness shall blossom like the rose. It's true. The Arava is blossoming right now even, all right? The desert is blossoming like the rose.

In fact, Israel is the number-one exporter of flowers to Europe, especially during the winter months, amen. Isn't it amazing, right? However, there's a twofold application. When you hear people saying, "All this is just for Israel, all this is just for the church, or the church has substitute Israel," all these are errors. No, Israel has its place, and I know that this first application is for Israel. But don't forget, the truth is for us nonetheless. All the promises of God in Jesus is yes and amen unto us. And watch out that you don't see any blessings and you push it to the future. The only thing I see that is pushed to the future is our glorified body that we receive in the rapture. But every blessing, you can receive it here right now.

Now, some are like Martha. Lazarus, her brother had died. Martha and Mary, remember? Lazarus has died. Then Jesus came. And the Bible says he came, four days later he came. And then Martha says to him, "If you had been here, my brother would not have died". So, she put the Lord into the past. The Lord is here now. Say now. But she put him in the past. In other words, it's possible that some of the blessings we see in the Bible, we put it in the past, which actually happened in the past, amen? But we don't realize there is a God here in the here and now who wants to minister to you, who wants to supply you right now. Or listen to Martha's response. She said, "If you had been here, my brother would not have died".

Jesus looked at her, actually it was a gentle rebuke from Jesus when he said, "I am the resurrection and the life". What does that mean? "I am the resurrection". It's not a matter of timing, amen. I am, amen? "I am the resurrection". And they know what she said? "Oh, yes, I know my brother will rise again at the last day". Now, she pushed him what, where? Into the future.

So, when we hear teachings and all that, "Oh, yeah, these blessings will happen in the millennium". Yeah, this will happen in the millennium. Many things will happen in the millennium, and I believe in the millennium when Jesus comes back to rule. But listen, we can receive the blessings now, except for a glorified body, amen? But we can receive healing as well, which is my focus today. Are y'all with me so far? So never, even right now, right now, present tense right now, Jesus is at the point of your need.

You know, he stands there, but how do you see him? How do you see God? You see a justifying God, or do you see a faultfinding God, a God who is waiting for you to sin? Do you see a demanding God or a God who is supplying, a God who is loving, all love, all grace, not a trace of judgment towards you, amen? And until you are comfortable in his presence, let me tell you this, you have not yet become a normal Christian. This is a normal Christian life, to be at home in God's presence. At home in the presence of this thrice Holy God, but with you, listen, he's all love. Hmm, still quiet.

And you know, when you see someone full of the Holy Spirit, it's someone who enjoys God's love for him. When the Bible says, "He that's not made perfect in love, he that is made perfect in love," it actually means those who enjoy his love, those who know that they're conscious of his love for them, not their love for him. These are people who are perfect in love, amen. It's not a perfection of no sin. There is no such thing, okay? Okay Pastor Prince. Okay, go back to the blessing of the firstborn.

So notice, "God give you the dew of heaven, the fatness of the earth, and plenty of grain and wine. Let peoples serve you, nations bow before you, master over your brothers, and let your master's sons bow down to you. Cursed be everyone who curses you, blessed be those who bless you"! This is the blessing that came on the firstborn, firstborn blessing. Now his brother came in, Esau. Then he realized that he was cheated of his firstborn blessing. He asked the father, "Don't you have any more blessings"? and the father says, "Yes, but it's a leftover blessing".

It's not the firstborn blessing. And the father blessed him with the remainder blessing. And this is the blessing of Esau. "Behold, your dwelling shall be of the fatness of the earth, and of the dew of heaven from above". There is a difference, right, between Jacob just now. "By your sword you shall live". Now, notice the difference. God promised Jacob. On the left is the firstborn blessings. God promised what? "May God give you the dew of heaven, and the fatness of the earth, and plenty of grain and wine". But for the leftover blessing, "Behold, your dwelling shall be the fatness of the earth".

The priority is not heaven, it's earth first for him. Whereas for Jacob, the priority is heaven first. The dew of heaven is God's favor, all right? God's favor. The Bible says his favor is as the dew of heaven, amen. His favor is also as a cloud of latter rain. Do you know that favor is also a cloud of latter rain? Show them Proverbs 16 real fast. "His favor is like a cloud of the latter rain". Ha ha, so when it's the year of the latter rain, it's what? It's a year of favor as well. Great favor, amen? Okay, compare again the firstborn blessing on the left, and on the right. What else? What else is different? What else is different? Plenty of grain and wine, whereas Esau didn't receive that.

Now, the Lord asked me this. Plenty of grain and wine. He asked me this. Is this natural? Is this natural? Now, if this is natural, what's the big deal about the firstborn blessings? When the Lord asked me that, I had a revelation that all the people of Israel, all the people during that time, all the neighbors of Isaac, and all the people who were Bedouin, you know, in the desert, they all wanted grain and wine, right? And all the people of Israel, for example, in Israel, they all have grain and wine, right, during the harvest? Am I right or not? Am I right?

So, just to say that, "Well, for you compared to your brother, firstborn blessing, you have plenty of corn and wine, or grain and wine," well, what's the big deal? Every farmer has it. Unless it's something spiritual. What do you think is corn and wine? Plenty of grain and wine. I keep on saying corn because I read from the Old King James. Grain and wine, why? What is it? If it's not natural, what is it? What is it? Come on. communion, very good. It is actually the body of Jesus, the bread. Jesus says, "I am the bread of life. He that eateth me shall live by me". In fact, if you read that portion, the Greek word used here and there is chewing on his flesh.

Now, that cannot be a spiritual kind. It's literally eating. "I come to give life to the world, and the bread that I will give is my flesh which I will give for the life of the world". Not aionios zoe, which is eternal life. We know that he came to give us eternal life as well, right, but here, "The bread that I'll give is my flesh, which I will give for the life of the world". You hear that? For the zoe, your natural life as well, your health. Are you listening, people? Plenty of corn, plenty of grain and wine, plenty of grain, plenty. Say, "Plenty". "I don't know why this church, you know, every Sunday they have communion. I don't know why these people from this, what church is it? What creation is that? They keep on talking about communion all the time, too many times".

Too many times. Plenty of times. They talk plenty of corn and wine. Grain, grain, grain, Old King James guy. Grain and wine. Plenty of grain and wine. Plenty of grain and wine. Plenty, our revelation will be plenty. And your threshing floor will be full of wheat in the year of the latter rain. And your vats will overflow with new wine and oil. It's not enough just to know, "I know a bit about communion, but you know what, Pastor Prince? If I have it, I have it, you know, once in awhile also can". Let me read to you a testimony. "My younger sister", this is from Texas, United States, yee-haw.
My younger sister was recently diagnosed with stage III breast cancer. During that difficult time, understanding God's goodness towards us made all the difference. We prayed for God's grace and healing to be upon her. I also advised her to lay hold of a healing each time she took the holy communion. I also did the same each time I partook of the covenant meal, constantly thanking God for her healing, knowing he's too faithful to fail. Eight months later, her surgeon called her and declared that it was a miracle, that all the 13 lymph nodes and breast tissues taken from her for a biopsy all came back with no trace of cancer. I praise God for his undying love and mercy that have delivered my sister. Since I came in contact with the gospel of grace, my life has not been the same. I am now convinced of God's love for me and the fact that he is for me and on my side.

Hosea chapter 2. Now, don't live like you are not, you know, you are not a firstborn. You know, we are all in Christ the firstborn, amen. We have the firstborn blessings. So, what kind of Christian you want, just a nominal Christian or you wanna be a firstborn Christian? Amen, who received the best? The firstborn receives the best. And the best here is plenty of wheat, plenty of grain, plenty of bread and wine, amen. Make sure your revelation is plentiful. This is gonna be the year for it. In other words, the harvest is gonna be great.

And the Hosea 2 says this, "'It shall come to pass in that day that I will answer,' says the Lord. 'I will answer the heavens, and they shall answer the earth.'" So, God says, "I will answer the heavens, the heavens answer the earth, and the earth will answer with grain, with new wine, and with oil. They shall answer Israel, Jezreel," which is "God sows". God sows, or the sowing of God.

"What does all this mean, Pastor Prince"? Let me just tell you it's a poetic language, but the truth here is amazing. God is saying, "I will respond. I will answer or respond. I will respond to the heavens because the heavens respond to the earth," amen? You know how the earth responds? The earth answers with what? Oh please, please, God, please! No, the earth responds with grain, new wine, and oil. And they will answer, "This is the sowing of God". Every time you take, you are sowing for the harvest of your healing and health. Imagine responding.

Isn't that what happened when Melchizedek came? The response was grain and wine. It's a response, amen, to his love for Abraham. Abraham responded with a tithe. But look at this, "The earth will answer with grain, new wine, and oil". Answer who? The earth answers the heavens, and God listens to the heavens, okay? So, in other words, it's like saying God is responding to the heaven that responds to the earth, the earth that responds with grain, wine, and oil. And here is a secret God put down there, "They will answer Jezreel". In fact, there is a Valley of Jezreel in Israel today. It means the sowing of God. Wow, that is the first rain. The first rain is for sowing. The latter rain is for harvesting.

So we are in the year of what, harvesting or sowing? Harvesting, amen. All that you sowed is coming back, malkosh, and you will gather everything, amen? I'm gonna share with you a revelation that I don't think I've shared before. I received this probably a number of years ago. I don't remember sharing this, but I'm gonna share this with you. But before that, I'm gonna show you the sowing of God, okay? Look at what Jesus sowed for you and I, what Jesus did for you and I. First and foremost, Isaiah 53, "He has no form or comeliness; and when we see him, there is no beauty that we should desire him. He is despised and rejected by men, a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief".

Actually the word here "grief" is "sickness". "And we hid, as it were, our faces from him; he was despised, and we did not esteem him". This is all referring to Jesus when he was beaten, scourged, all right, spat upon, his beard was torn, and you know, he was just suffering all kinds of wounds, you know, abrasion, laceration, incision, the crown of thorns. They put a crown of thorns on him the Bible says, and after that they hit him. Now, if they hit him on his head first, okay, suffering enough already, then they put the crown of thorns. But they put the crown of thorns first and then they hit his head the Bible says, thus embedding it even further, okay, the crown of thorns. He suffered so much, blood everywhere, and then he was lacerated, his back, the stripes.

And all this for what? Remember what I said to you, the Levitical offering of which Jesus came, he is the fulfillment of. All the five offerings in the Bible, amen, of which Jesus is the fulfillment of. You find that when they bring the lamb to the temple, the lamb is not tortured before it is killed. In fact, there's a humane way of killing the lamb or the ox. They find a vessel, all right, and they slice it, and he's unconscious, and he dies. That's the Jewish Kosher way. That's why Kosher food is actually, they give a brand when they are killed like that. Even chicken, they don't make them suffer.

In fact, if you eat meat that the animal suffered, usually it's bad meat. They release poison into their system. But they never torture the sheep. They never torture it before they kill it, never. Jesus, before he went to the cross, he was tortured, why? The Bible tells us why. All right, drop down, verse 4, "Surely he has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows". Very unfortunate here. I don't know why they don't use the Hebrew word. The Hebrew word there as Young's brings it out, "Surely he has borne our diseases and carried our pains". It's confirmed in Matthew 8:17 that says, "Himself took our infirmities and bore our sicknesses".

Surely he bore our makob, our choli, diseases, and carried our makob, our pains. So, "We esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted". Everyone down there says, "Yeah, he's suffering for his sins. He must have done something bad," right? "But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities; the chastisement for our well-being was upon him". This word is very beautiful. That means the punished with a view to your well-being fell on him. I repeat, the punishment with a view to your health, to your well-being, fell upon him. "And by his stripes we are healed".

Now, the movie "The Passion of the Christ" doesn't even come close to show the sufferings of Jesus. Do you know the sufferings of Jesus is such that the Bible says it was so terrible that the stripes on his back, here it's in Hebrew because it's from Isaiah, Old Testament, a prophecy of Jesus's sufferings. It says, "By his chabburah we are healed. By his chabburah we are healed". Now, look at 1 Peter 2:24 now in the Greek. It says, 1 Peter 2:24, the last part, "By whose stripes you were healed". Now in the Greek it is "molopi," "By whose stripes". Now, I say that because I wanna say this to you. "Molopi" is the singular noun, masculine noun. It's a singular noun. It's not stripes, it is stripe.

A Greek scholar says it like this. The Greek scholar, T.J. McCrossan, he says it like this. The stripes that fell on Jesus was such a beating that if there is one sliver of skin left, the inspired writer cannot write "molopi," singular, if there is one skin left. That means if there is no skin left, you don't say stripes. One stripe. Do you understand? It becomes singular. That means he was beaten until no skin is left. This is the bread. How do you get bread? Do you take barley or wheat? Ah, put butter on it, it's really nice. No, how do you make bread? You have to crush it, sift it, pound it, the dough, burn it. All speaks of suffering.

"I am the bread of life. He that eateth me shall never hunger". Hmm? How do you get wine? Hallelujah. These grapes are so fermented. Sorry, do you see anyone eating grapes and getting drunk? No, that's not wine. But wine comes from vine, from the grapes, right? Amen? But how do you get wine? You have to crush it, step on it, amen? And then leave it in the dark, let it ferment. All that happened to Jesus, even leaving him in the dark, so that he can become wine to you. And that's why we partake of the bread and the wine.

"But Pastor, we have only grape juice". Yeah, because the council says too expensive, the wine. No, no, no, no, no, they didn't, they didn't. They didn't, okay? Because of the great controversy in the church world about wine, all right. Anyway, listen, whether it's grape juice or whatever, it is not the substance that heals you. If the firstborn blessing is just plenty of grain and wine, then everyone is Israel are involved in husbandry, amen? They also have wine, corn. No, no, definitely the blessing is not in the substance. The blessing is when you partake in faith, seeing the body of Jesus broken for you and his shed blood. Are you with me so far?

Then you partake. Molopi, singular, not a sliver of skin left. He was crushed, you know, it was so bad that, like I said just now, no movie can portray his suffering. I'll tell you why. Go back again to Isaiah 53, the first part: "He has no form or comeliness; and when we see him, there is no beauty that we should desire him". The context is all about his suffering. Some people, they say that, you know, Jesus looked very plain. Some even say he looked ugly.

So the painters in ancient time, they paint him like, you know, not attractive. But let me ask you a question. Can you imagine Mary conceiving a baby that has no taint of sin? Can you imagine the baby being born with no trace of sin? You and I were conceived in iniquity. We were born in sin, amen? But there is no trace of sin and all fallen, you know, growing old, having disease, deformities, all because of sin. Not your sin directly, necessarily, but the sin of Adam. All deformities, all sickness, is the result of the Fall. If man did not sin against God, right, there will be no disease in the world. There'll be no need for hospitals and for doctors, you know? There'll be no deformity even, no death. Are you listening?

So imagine a child with no taint of sin. Do you think he's good looking, radiant, bright eyes? "Bright eyes, burning like fire, that's how I see Jesus's eyes. Bright eyes it's full of passion, full of love, amen". No trace, imagine. No trace of sin. Not even a pimple. So how do you explain this? "There's no beauty we should", it's talking about when he's suffering. He's suffering such that people turned their face away. When they look at him, it's so horrible they turn their face. You know how horrible it was? The context, the context. This, Isaiah 53. Look back at Isaiah 52, in the closing verses. God the Father is talking: "Behold, my servant shall deal prudently," sakal, by the way, the word. "He shall be exalted and extolled, and be very high".

Now, this word here, "he shall be exalted and extolled, and be very high," a lot of people think that, "Oh, this refers to his Resurrection and his Ascension". But actually, why I repeat with three words. And the three words here is this. The Jewish people know, three different words are used for the cross. They will say, "Lift up". There's the first word: exalted. Extolled, raised it. And be very high, put it in the hole, poom! And the whole thing, you know, his body shuddered with pain. Those are three words, his suffering. And when they look at him, you know what they saw? "Just as many were astonished at you; so his visage," his face, "was marred more than any man". His face marred more than any man.

Can you imagine how terrible that is, that no movie can portray it? How about his body? "His form more than the sons of men". Think of the love he has for you. Meditate for a while on that love he has for you. When we partake of the Communion, don't do it mechanically. "Oh, Pastor Prince says take and you'll be okay". No, that's taking grain and wine in a meagerly fashion. Planting is what? With revelation. Think of his love when you partake. His face marred more than any man. It doesn't look human anymore. You know, when they beat him up and they scourge him, he doesn't look human. Even his form. What form was that? They says, "The form is marred more than the sons of men".

What kind of form is it? It doesn't look like a man. No wonder they turned their face from him. The Bible says the people turned their face away. There's no beauty in him. To give you beauty. So that our faces that are marred and our form that are marred will be healed. Do you love him? I feel like it's raining inside here.

Let me give you a revelation right now, that I shared just now. For years, I saw this. That when you take Communion, this is gonna happen to you. Psalms 129. It says here: "The plowers plowed upon my back". It's a prophetic Psalm, by the way. There's a lot of Messianic Psalms in the Psalms. That's why Jesus, when he walked with them on the road of Emmaus, you still remember? He stopped short. He expounded from Moses, the first five books, and the prophets. What comes after the prophets? The Psalms. But then that same night, he appeared in the Upper Room, he continued: Moses, the prophets, and the Psalms concerning himself. So one of the places I believe he touch on was this: "The plowers plowed upon my back: they made long their furrows".

There are two kind of stripes that they use, the Roman people use. I was told, usually there's only two. One is a short one like an octopus tentacles, all right? And they hit you with it. Another one is a long one which is the worst, with a hook. Because when they hit you once, it wraps around your body and it's embedded, and then they jerk it. Now, I can prove to you that Jesus was the latter one, the long one, from this verse. Scholars are saying, "We do not know which one". I will tell you, is the long one. Why? "They made long their furrows". "They made long their furrows". The furrows is what?

Listen, when I read this, "The plowers plowed upon my back," the language he uses is amazing and this came as a revelation from God one day. I was reading it and God says, "Don't rush through. Meditate on why I use the word 'The plowers plowed,' and the word 'furrows.'" These are words of farming. When people farm, am I right or not? Plowing. Instead of saying, "They beat my back, they scourged my back, they hit my back, they smite my back". It says, "The plowers plowed upon my back, and they made long their furrows". You know the long furrows is for? Sowing seeds, am I right?

Look at this. There's a picture here of the furrows. Now, of course, this is a modern picture of a tractor making furrows, amen? And then the lines, this is how his back looked like. No skin left. But what I saw, what the Lord showed me was this. The whole thing is like farming, when his back was made into furrows. There was a seed for your healing from the high blood pressure. There was that healing for that tumor. There was that seed sown for that growth that you have in your body you're concerned about. There was that healing for your heart condition. There was that healing for your hernia.

Whatever condition you're suffering from, the seeds are all sown when they beat him and made long furrows. It's the language of sowing. The beating was the plowing. But the question is where is the harvest? The year of the malkosh, the latter rain, when everything will be gathered. If you hear anyone preach this, okay, from now on, just know that you've listened to the original dealer who got it straight, okay? I've never heard anyone preach this. Why the term, farming term, is used, all right? Because the seed for your child's eczema was planted on his back. Seed means what? There'll be a harvest. But before the harvest, the rains will come. The rains will come. Can I have a good "Amen"?

And the rains will only come after the cross. He was beaten before the cross. Remember, before, Elijah said, "I hear the sound of the abundance of rain". What happened? The fire fell on the offering up there on Carmel. If there is no offering being offered, if there is no fire falling, it's a picture of Jesus Christ being consumed at the cross when he bore our sins. If there is no cross, there is no abundance of rain. But the cross is a glorious fact. And now, even Ahab was told, a person who doesn't deserve the rain to fall on him, "Get up, go, and eat". "I hear the sound of the abundance of rain," Elijah said. It's the year of the harvest.

Let me read to you another testimony. One? Okay, let me choose. Got so many good ones.
My mother was ravaged by Alzheimer's disease. She was debilitated to the point that she did not recognize her family members. My father told me she was even beginning to wonder who he was at times. My parents lived with me so I could see the daily, moment-to-moment struggles and hardship. It was a miserable existence for her as well as for those of us trying to care for her. There were times I just missed my mom and I wished to see her well again. Then one day, my sister shared a praise report with me after following Pastor Prince's teaching on the Holy Communion. So I immediately began to partake of the Communion with my mother. Praise God, Jesus has healed her mind and set her free. My mother went to bed on the third night after receiving the Communion and woke up the next day, looking ten years younger. All the things she had forgotten how to do, she's doing again.

By the way, this lady is from Texas, United States, as well. Good things come from Texas. Yee-haw, like, GRC. "She remembers who we all are now". She remembers who we all are now. You know, when I first read this, it's like, "Get out of here," you know? But this is a reality. Her name is right up there.
She remembers who we all are now. She has stopped repeating herself, something she used to do from sun-up to sundown and is a complete joy to be around now. She has stopped repeating herself. Something she used to do from sun-up to sundown, is a complete joy to be around now. Praise Jesus for his finished work on the cross. We are still rejoicing that she's back. I have asked her about her experience and the best she could describe was that she was lost and she felt trapped, but that's all over now. I am so happy for my mom and family, I'm writing so that others may have hope from what seems like a disease that offers no hope or recovery. Nothing is too big for the finished work of Christ Jesus and I praise him for it. Now my mom will ask me if we are going to partake of the Communion so I partake of it with her every day. Thank you, Pastor Prince, for your teaching on the finished work of Jesus Christ. It has freed my mother.

Thank you, Jesus. To God be all the glory and all the praise. Can I have a good "Amen"? His visage was marred more than any man. That lovely face, those eyes that look at Peter with love when Peter denied knowing him. Those eyes that saw the multitudes on the mountainside and they were weary, they were fainting, but he didn't look at them judgmentally. He didn't say, "Well, they are fainting because of guilt for their sinful life". No, he saw there in the Bible, it says, "As sheep without a shepherd," and now his eyes could hardly look outside.

He was deformed. But I believe the deformity, for it to be like his face was marred more than any man, his face and his form become so grotesque, you know, it's all out of shape. I believe it's because he bore our diseases, every tumor, cancer, every disease, he bore it to the point he no longer looked like a human. And, friends, the way you partake is to have plenty of grain and plenty of wine. Do not just let this, you know, some would say, the tragedy with the church is that "oh, we do it once a while". It's not a once a while thing. The early church did it day by day from house to house. They must have had a revelation.

"Pastor Prince, I took once and nothing happened," all right? Well, your perseverance amazes me. This is a sowing and a reaping thing. Didn't I start by telling you, a sowing and reaping thing? Did I tell you that, amen? You incrementally receive. You see, this is like Mark 11:24, for example, you must believe you receive everything, your healing, right now from the crown of your head to the sole of your feet. Sometimes, that puts pressure on some people, okay? But whereas in Communion you can believe, your faith can be at the level, "I believe I'm getting better and better," amen?

Yeah, would to God you get instantly healed. I would love that to happen, like, in the gifts of the Spirit. Many times, in the gifts manifestation, you find that people are healed instantly. But you can partake knowing you're getting better. You're getting better. You're getting better. You partake for a chronic condition, amen? The doctor says you have prostatitis, you have a lung infection, whatever it is. You partake the first time, you still have the symptom. You partake the second time, you still see them. But keep on partaking, amen.

You know, sometimes you wanna share personal testimonies but it's too personal. So I just stick to these testimonies and I'm here to tell you, "Rejoice, church, rejoice. It's the year of harvest. It's the year of manifestation. It's the year of the latter rain," amen? Give him praise. Praise the Lord, hallelujah. Hallelujah! Thank you, Jesus. There is so much more. You know this introduction, okay? Every head bowed, every eye closed, all across this place. Only God knows what this coming week holds for us but I'm here to tell you, church, God is a good God. And when you look at him and know that you are standing in the presence of God who is a justifier, you're not afraid.

And yet, there's a reverence. There is a holy fear, if you would, of this wonderful God who is our Father. To Abraham, he's El Shaddai. To the Jews, he's Jehovah. To you and I, he is Father. And that's how he wants us to see him. A Father who loves, a Father who will see a wayward son and run towards him, embrace him and kiss him again and again. So, friend, if you feel like you're far away from God, you know that God is calling you today. He's saying, "Come home. Come home to my love. Come home to forgiveness. Come home to healing". If that is you, wherever you are right now, under the sound of my voice, pray this prayer with me from your heart. Forget the people around you. We'll all be praying with you. Pray this out loud.
Heavenly Father, thank you for the gift of your Son. What a gift. The Lord Jesus Christ whom you sent to be the bread of life to the world. I thank you, Father, that he died for my sins and was raised for my justification. I stand before you as a God who justifies me. Thank you, Father, that from this day forth, you see no sin on me, that at any time I can come to you, love you, fellowship with you, because you first loved me. You are all grace towards me. You are now all love towards me. Jesus Christ is my Lord, in Jesus's name.

Congratulations. I feel the anointing. If you prayed that prayer, you are now a child of God, amen? Old things have passed away, all things become new. You're not perfect in your actions and your thoughts but in God's eyes you are perfect, you are righteous, you are holy, you are blameless. And God will never see sin on you, even in spite of the fact there's still sin in you, amen? Praise the Lord.

Stand to your feet, church. It's been good to be in the house of the Lord, amen? Lift your hands all across this place. We love you. We love every one of you. And don't forget, just because the time of latter rain, keep on asking for rain on your children, your spouse, your family, amen? And your relatives, amen? Lift your hands all across this place. This coming week, the Lord bless you and all those of you in Grace Revolution Church, the Lord bless you and the Lord keep you. The Lord make his face to shine on you, be favorable to you. The Lord lift up his countenance on all of you and grant to you and yours his shalom peace, wellbeing, and wholeness, in Jesus's name. And all the people said, "Amen". God bless you.
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