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Pastors Kay & May Ijisesan
December 30th, 2012
Categorized under: Prayer

Receive It Now

(Mark 11:24 NKJV)¬†“Therefore I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them.”


God is not going to answer your prayer. He already did. When? At the very instance you prayed. “I believe God will answer my prayer.” This statement sounds religious, but technically it is not accurate where the prayer of faith is concerned. In the realm of the spirit, when a believer makes a request to God, he receives his answer right there.

The physical manifestation might take a while, but it is already settled in the spirit realm. Since God expects you to elevate the realm of the spirit above the physical, you should consider it done. What do you do while you are waiting for the physical manifestation? Simply give thanks and maintain the attitude of joy.

Also, make sure that patience, which is the force that helps you to be consistent in your faith, is active. God is not a man that He should lie. His promises are bound to come to pass in your life. Develop the attitude of “I receive it now” and you can be sure that the result will come at the appointed time. Always say, “I believe and I receive it now in Jesus name.”


I am a child of God. I have the image and likeness of my Father. I commune with God constantly and consistently. I am a New Testament saint and I have the liberty to worship God in spirit and in truth. I am fervent in prayer and my prayer makes tremendous power available that is dynamic in its working.

The Lord hears me at all times and delivers me from every trouble. God’s angels encamp all around me to ensure that I am well protected. I receive wisdom from the presence of God at all times. I am always led of the Spirit of God. I have an anointing from God and I know the steps to take in life.

I am directed by God, line upon line and precept upon precept. The eyes of my understanding are enlightened that I may know what is the hope of His calling and what are the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints. I am filled with the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of God.

I am strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. I pray with all kinds of prayer in the spirit. I am steadfast and consistent expecting the full manifestation of my prayers. I am consecrated to the plan and purpose of God for my life. I pray out the mysteries of God into manifestation. The secrets and wisdom of God are revealed to me. I am constantly edified in my spirit, and I am always positioned to receive from God.

This is an Extract from the Book ’31-Day Daily Devotional on ‘Prayer’ By Pastor Kayode Ijisesan-Head Pastor at Kingsword International Church Chicago, Illinois. USA

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