19TH MARCH – “LET YOUR WORDS BE FULL OF GRACE”

“Let your speech be always with grace, seasoned with salt, that ye may know how ye ought to answer every man”. Colossians 4 V6

Beloved, don’t waste your words talking about other people, but use your words to change your situation. Start declaring new things in order to start seeing new things in your life! Declare blessings, declare peace, declare wholeness – declare God’s word and watch God shape your future and lead you into pastures green, where Jesus has prepared great and wonderful new things for you.

Trust in the name of Jesus. Jesus name is so sweet, the sweetest name one will ever know. Bless His name “Jesus” and give Him all the glory.
Live in His presence daily. Live unto the blessed Saviour.
Beloved, you are blessed and highly favoured always by Lord Jesus.

JESUS LOVES YOU

Start your day with Jesus.

Beloved, have a blessed day

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