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NOVEMBER 17, 2022


(Psalm 18:29) “For by thee I have run through a troop; and by my God have I leaped over a wall.”

The words “by thee I have run through” in our theme Scripture gives an idea of breaking down an evil wall of opposition that was mounted against you. The original text also explains this as God bringing you hastily into a place of safety beyond the wildest imagination of your opposers.

Your opposers are those called “troop” in our theme Scripture. The word “troop” refers to a company of evil people. It is an association of robbers whose imaginations are to do evil to God and His anointed Ones like you. They are wicked people who are controlled by satan and his demons. They see themselves as many or like crowds, but they don’t know that they that be with us are more than they that be with them (2 Kings 6:16). Find time today and declare that “by my God I run through the troop”. Thank Him for His deliverance and salvation. Hallelujah!

Confession: By my God I run through all evil associations of robbers, wicked men, and troop or soldiers. Walls of opposition have fallen flat before my face. Where is the power of darkness? By my God, I (put your name here) have run through the troop. Hallelujah!

Say this if you have never been born again. I declare from today that Jesus Christ is my Lord and I believe that God raised Him from the dead.


You can begin to attract God’s goodness into your life from today.

Prepared by Ps. Bernard and Team

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