I started out my morning praising God. I called Him my rock, my refuge, my provider, my healer, my life giver, my personal surgeon. I called Him my joy and my peace. I thanked Him for healing my body. I said cerebral palsy couldn’t stay in my body because my body is the temple of the Holy Ghost.
I said that He always gives me the victory. I am the head and not the tail. I am an overcomer by the blood of the lamb and the word of my testimony.
He’s given me victory over being bedridden for many years. He’s given me victory over weak muscles. He’s given me victory over tight muscles!
Then, I reminded God of something he said to me last year. “When you take one step I take two.”
I said, “As I’ve taken steps toward you, I am one step closer to my miracle manifesting. As I’ve worshipped and fell down in your presence, I am one step closer to walking normally. I am one step closer to not being startled when someone speaks in a loud voice or being startled in my sleep.
As I’ve read Your word, I am one step closer to my miracle. Every time I come to church, I am one step closer to getting up out of my wheelchair. Every time I come to prayer, I am one step closer to Jesus. As I come to Oasis, I am one step closer to Jesus.
Every move I make by faith means I am one step closer to victory.
God told me earlier this year that every little step leads to MY victory. He confirmed it this morning! All praise and blessing to God!
I heard God SPEAK to me about three weeks ago! I am one step closer to my miracle!!!!
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