23 Sept 2020 Word by Honorary Pastor Rev Alicia Teo

Today's Inspiration: Habakkuk 2:20. But the Lord is in His Holy temple, let all the Earth be silent before Him. It's when we wait in silence, that we can hear from God the roots of our problems.


Our problems are never physical. Deep within the recesses of our heart is buried traumatic events which we have forgotten but have no answers so it remains buried only to manifest at a later time when it is ripe. This was what happened to Habakkuk when he wonders why God is delaying delivering the Israelites from the enemy after all they are His people. As he stood in silence and watch what God has to say, the Revelation came forth and he was asked to write it down in Habakkuk 2:2 and that the solution will come on His appointed time. V3.

Sometimes we wonder why our problems remain unsolved and they keep coming. Prayers are uttered with the saints but the answer is still outstanding. As v20 says He dwells in the Holy temple, we need to purify ourselves and command every tormenting spirit to be revoked and cast out, declaring God's authority over them. Satan cannot fight and win battle against God. He may try to win over created beings but not with God who lives in a realm higher than even angelic beings. We need to be awakened in the spirit in order to be released from every afflicting spirit to see the manifestation of miracles.

We need to know that God has planned something better for us so that together by faith, we can be made perfect in Him. Hebrews 11:40. God be praised.


Prayer: Lord You have set Your time of intervention for our problems and we eagerly await Your appointed time. Lord we shall not be ignorant of satanic devices nor be indifferent to his schemes. Neither will You allow Him to infiltrate into our land to make us his stronghold. There is a time for everything and we plead with You O Lord do not despise nor delay our plea as we eagerly await Your strategy to overcome all our obstacles in life. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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