TREM Devotional 21 December 2021 Daily Devotional By Bishop Mike Okonkwo – Pray In The Holy Ghost
TOPIC: Pray In The Holy Ghost
“Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities; for we know not what we should pray for as we ought, but the Spirit Himself maketh intercession for us with groaning which cannot be uttered.” Romans 8:26 KJV
As a believer, you must cultivate the habit of praying in tongues. While praying your revelation, pray a lot in the Holy Ghost. When you do, a lot of ideas will be coming; take a pen and write them down. Don’t just think it is your mind; it is not just your mind. He that prays in the unknown tongues, his spirit prays but his understanding is unfruitful. At that moment, your mind is unfruitful; so, whatever comes into your mind at that time is of the Spirit. It may be a creative idea that will make you a multi-millionaire overnight or a direction God is giving to you and you are ignoring it. God does not leave us without directions. Make it a lifestyle to pray in the Holy Spirit. It is not what you do only when you go to church. No! It is a spiritual arsenal that God has given to us for the last days to take the enemy unawares. While he is waiting for you in this corner, you are appearing in another corner.
When you are going for an interview, pray in the Holy Ghost before you step in. You can pray in the Holy Spirit under your breath. You don’t have to make people know what you are doing or make a show about it. There might be a long queue as you step in there, but you will be the favoured man. That will be your portion in Jesus Name.
Where you have been despised, you will be celebrated. Something positive will happen to you supernaturally. You have been pursuing that thing for too long and it seems as if it is not falling together, but I declare to you that it will fall together. It is your turn to testify. God will bring it to pass in your life in Jesus Name.
Daily Bible Reading:
Morning – Micah 4-5
Evening – Revelation 12
Written by Dr. Mike Okonkwo; Is the Presiding Bishop of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM); a versatile man of God with over 30 years of dedicated service unto the Lord.