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A New Song

When the Lord turned again the captivity of Zion, we were like them that dream. Then was our mouth filled with laughter, and our tongue with singing; then said they among the heathen, the Lord has done great things for them (Psalms 126:1-2).

This is your season of a new song, to put on the garment of praise – Halleluyah! The season in which our heavenly father will overturn all the things that have held us captive, including poverty, sickness, family problems and all works of darkness. His glorious signs & wonders upon us and our families will seem too good to be true; very much like dreams; and we will put on the garment of praise in honour and celebration of our King. There will be divine restoration - this relates to repairing or renovating a thing. Furthermore, God’s mercies will correct all the things that have gone wrong in the lives of his people. We will be given second chances and new opportunities to get things right and to follow the path of improvement and recovery rather than a continuation in a negative situation.

Everything the devil and his agents may have stolen or removed from us will be returned back to us. And every seed that God did not plant in our lives and families will be uprooted. These will cause us to sing a new song in Jesus name


Pastors Marcus & Norah Chilaka

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