Bishop Anthony Abiodun Mayungbo
Daily Spiritual Food
OPPRESSION RELIVED THROUGH PRAYER
Deut 26:7 And when we cried unto the LORD God of our fathers, the LORD heard our voice, and looked on our affliction, and our labour, and our oppression:
Make this day a day of prayer. Cry to the Lord, God of your father, but make sure you are a Christian, you’re born again, otherwise God would not have been called the God of your fathers. Back in the days that you are not saved, God, the Almighty God who removes oppression is not the Lord God of your fathers. You know, our own fathers were idol worshipers. They had some god, they had oya, sango, esu, you can’t call on all these people, and then they deliver from oppression. They themselves are the oppressors. But this was the Lord God of Israel. This is what the Lord God of Jacob, Isaac and Abraham. This is the Lord God and the Father of our Jesus Christ, the God that the apostles were talking about, you cry unto Him. But make sure you have a relationship with Him. Because you don’t just say the Lord God of our fathers, because if you say that you are calling on sango, oya and ogun, these are the real oppressors. These are the fallen angels. And so you can’t call on them to deliver from the oppression of their agents. You can only ask the Almighty God, the God of Abraham, to deliver you when He hears your voice and then He will look upon your affliction and all the labor you are putting in to make your lives better. And then he looks at the oppression. We are in a very oppressive society by asking God to look at it means deliverance and total deliverance for your sake.
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