by Duane Bemis

How to Receive Your Double Blessings
Duane Bemis
John 16:33

While enjoying the Spanish praise and worship of our church at one of the prisons, the Lord spoke to my heart. There is just something about 60 men lifting up the name of Jesus higher and higher that ushered me into His presence. Today was no different. The men were singing their hearts out and I found myself standing in the presence of the Lord. While in the presence He whispered into my heart. The Lord said He wanted to change the preaching for tonight. I was planning to preach from 1st John. Nonetheless, over the years I have learned to go with the flow or in this case the Spirit. I love going where the Lord wants to go because this is where His miracles and blessings lie. I threw down my own personal agenda to pick up His higher agenda. The message you are about to read came to me from His throne. Let us begin by raising our eyes to Heaven and praying to our King of kings. "Father, open our hearts to receive this message. Help us to look into You Holy Bible to find Your holy heartbeat. We hunger for more and more of You and less and less of us. Come Lord Jesus, we ask that You come and empower these words with Your presence. You alone are worthy and You alone are worth to receive my praise, honor, and glory. Amen and amen."
Let us begin our journey today in the gospel of John.
These things I have spoken to you, that in Me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world." (John 16:33) NKJ
We are to remember what Jesus has spoken if we want His peace. If we do remember His words, He grants us His supernatural peace. Some times our problems are huge and our focus becomes lost in the problem. When we focus on the problem, then there is no peace in our hearts. Do not focus on the problem because the problem only promises torment and trouble. The guarantee of peace only flows through Jesus. Remember that Jesus said these words. ...

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