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December 10, 2021.



Let us begin to lift our hands to the most High God and bless His holy name.

Let us give Him glory and honour,

Bless Him, bless Him, magnify His holy name,

Worship the King of kings and the Lord of lords,

Praise Him, praise Him.

Give Him glory, give Him honour,

He is worthy to be praised,

He is worthy to be adored.

There is no one like Him,

He reigns supreme

When He speaks, it is done.

Give Him glory, give Him honour.

Bless Him; let Him hear your voice.

Thank You Father.

In Jesus mighty name we worshipped.

What a mighty God we serve


What a mighty God we serve


Heaven and earth adore You

Even angels bow before Him

What a mighty God we serve

(What a mighty God)


What a mighty God we serve


What a mighty God we serve


Heaven and earth adore You

Even angels bow before Him

What a mighty God we serve

(We are serving Him)


What a mighty God we serve


What a mighty God we serve


Heaven and earth adore You

Even angels bow before Him

What a mighty God we serve.

Father, we want to say thank You. Thank You for what You did on Monday, thank You for what You did on Tuesday, thank You for what You did on Wednesday, thank You for what You did yesterday, and thank You for what You are about to do today, Father, accept our thanks in Jesus’ name.

Almighty God, You always reserve the best to the last, tonight, give us the best, give us Your very very best; answer all prayers by fire; heal ever sick person listening to us, set the captives free; glorify Your own holy name; and at the end of everything, let Your name be glorify again.

In Jesus mighty name we have prayed.


Well, let someone shout hallelujah.

Now, wave at two or three, and say, good evening, God will surprise you tonight.

Now, put your hands together for the Almighty God.

Now, you can be seated.

2Kings chapter 7, you can read the whole chapter, but I will just read, maybe three verses because you know the rest of the story.

 1Then Elisha said, Hear ye the word of the Lord; Thus saith the Lord, Tomorrow about this time shall a measure of fine flour be sold for a shekel, and two measures of barley for a shekel, in the gate of ...

(I left that open so that they can put in the … - ‘in the gate of Ifewara’.

2 Then a lord on whose hand the king leaned answered the man of God, and said, Behold, if the Lord would make windows in heaven, might this thing be? And he said, Behold, thou shalt see it with thine eyes, but shalt not eat thereof.

3 And there were four leprous men at the entering in of the gate: and they said one to another, Why sit we here until we die?

Let me just leave there, we’ve been reading this passage to you again and again in all the sermons.

Before I proceed further, I want to give you good news: you will leave here by the morning singing a song of victory.

My people who spoke before me had told you the definition of siege, and they have told you the repercussions of a siege, the effects of a siege:

Starvation, all manners of suffering, fear, anxiety – because you don’t know what tomorrow will be, etcetera etcetera.

And they have told us some of the signs that the siege is over:

Now, there will be abundance – one of the preachers called it an overflow, that there will be no more fear - one of our spoke to us about how to be free from fear, there will be freedom of movement, there will be around peace, there will be lease of life.

So, I am not going to spend time on those anymore, I will just go straight to the process that will lead to the siege being over.

The siege will be over if:

Number one: there is a cry for help, when the helpless cry for help.

Like I told you yesterday, the siege will remain until you cry for help, and that this cry is not a cry to the king, not a cry to governor, not a cry to the president, but a cry to the most high God, the only One who can lift the siege.

That is while we spend time with Psalm 121 verse 1 to 2: I will lift up my eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help? My help cometh from the Lord who made heaven and earth.

In Psalm 40 from verse 1 to 2, he said, I cried to God and HE heard, and then He brought me out of horrible pit, He brought me out of miry clay, set my feet upon the rock, and established my going.

The Bible says, the cry we are talking about, is the cry of someone who is in serious trouble; it says the poor man cried and God heard him.

In the story we had been looking at, when there was a siege against Samaria, to the extent that women had been to boil their children for food, they cried; even though they cried to the king, the king told them I need help myself.

God heard their cry.

Psalm 34 verse 17, it says the righteous cried, and Lord heard him, and deliver him from all his troubles.

There is someone here tonight that God is going to deliver from all his or her troubles, and that fellow is someone who is going to cry.

There are categories of prayer:

There is the prayer you pray and say God, if like answer, if you don’t like don’t answer.

But where there is nowhere to turn, when there is a problem that nobody can solve but God, there is that kind of prayer that God cannot ignore.

Years ago, there was a woman, a sister in the church, and a had a son, and the son had this problem of epilepsy; she had tried everything, and it did not work.

Very very nice woman, when she rent a room in a house, people there will fall in love with her because she would clean the house, she would everything.

But the day the child has a crisis, because of the erroneous believe that if the person with epilepsy gets up in your presence you too will become epilepsy, they will quickly tell ... read on a full page.

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