Continuous Advancement (Forward Movement /Improvement), by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

Continuous Advancement (Forward Movement /Improvement), by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

TEXT: Genesis 26 vs 13-16.
Advancement by definition simply means, promotion or elevation to a higher rank or position, it can also be defined as progression to a higher stage of development, that is improvement of something.

One person that experience this trend as stated in our text is Isaac in Gen 26.
The bible records that not that he was only great, but very great that he became the envy by a whole nation, what an amazing advancement.

My prayer is that you will experience such a phenomenal advancement in your life, jobs, academics, career, business and ministry in Jesus mighty name. Amen.

There is a saying that it is better to be envied, than to be pitied.
Will you agree with me that if you don’t have enemies, then it simply means you are not relevant?

You have enemies, because you are a treat.
Isaac was envied , because the bible records that he had possession of flocks, and possession of herds, and great store of servants, and then the philistines envied him . Genesis 26 vs 14.

My prayer is that in this season that God has promised us Continuous advancement; we shall be the talk of the town in our area in Jesus wonderful name. Prosperity without limitation will be our portion this season in Jesus name.
From henceforth, because of what God is going to do in your life,

Get ready for being envied; because God cannot be at work in your life and people will not talk or raise the dust, it is practically impossible.

God blesses Isaac for Abraham’s sake, Genesis 26 vs 24, So for the same reason, He will bless you, Abraham seed through your faith in Jesus name. As we inherit the blessings of Abraham in Jesus name.

Through God’s continuous advancement, your enemies will announce and advertise you to the world.
Get ready for unstoppable advancement in all areas from now in Jesus name.

Prayer. Pray for grace to obey God when He speaks. Gen 26 vs 1-5.


The sermon, Continuous Advancement (Forward Movement/Improvement), by Pastor Victor OLOBANIYI

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