A weak and foolish one God uses to confound the worldly wise. Purpose commissioned from the Throne: To speak encouragement to leaders, to speak clarity to those in influence, to speak of things to come, to speak clearly against those who would others and to reveal the Heart of a Matter when it causes confusion. Sometimes interpreted by some to be a "Troubler of Israel".
I only say what God says, that which I hear from the Throne
Saturday, January 12, 2013
The evil result of discouragement by Dr. Daniel Olukoya
Whenever you are discouraged, seven
tragedies happen and I am using this medium, as a prophet, to caution
you over them. You need to avoid such statements as, ‘another year has just gone, I am praying and nothing has happened yet’.
No beloved, don’t say such things again; they are dangerous statements
as far as divine order is concerned. Heaven is definitely working out
something as long as you are sincere in the place of prayer.
YOU START PRAYING THE WRONG PRAYERS. 1 Kings 19:4
‘But he himself went a day’s
journey into the wilderness, and came and sat down under a juniper tree:
and he requested for himself that he might die; and said, It is enough;
now, O LORD, take away my life; for I am not better than my fathers.
YOU SAY THE WRONG THINGS. Job 3:3
‘Let the day perish wherein I was born, and the night in which it was said, There is a man child conceived.’
YOU BEGIN TO THINK THE WRONG THINGS.
That’s what happened to John the Baptist
when he sent somebody to Jesus to find out whether He was the Messiah or
not. This was a pure work of discouragement. He had met Jesus before
when he baptised Him and there was a sign evident that Jesus was the
Messiah. But because his expectations about his knowledge of the Messiah
were not satisfied, he was discouraged and doubted Jesus as the
YOU DO THE WRONG THINGS.
InNumbers 20, you see Moses
smiting the rock instead of speaking to it. When a man does the wrong
things it simply means he is under the control of something different
from himself. When the spirit of discouragement enters the heart, it
holds it and directs it to any desired direction and in most cases, it
takes it to the wrong end.
YOU BEGIN TO SEE THE WRONG THINGS.
You begin to see difficulties instead of
God’s power. The twelve men that went to spy the Promised Land came back
with the scary news that there were giants there. They saw giants
instead of God because they were discouraged by the height of the giants
and they saw the impossibility of conquering them.
YOU END UP IN A WRONG DESTINATION.
Jonah eventually ended up in the belly of the fish because of discouragement. YOU ALLOW AN ARRAY OF FIFTEEN WRONG SPIRITS TO ENTER YOU.
By this, you can see why the devil refers
to discouragement as his most useful weapon; he uses it to evoke
fifteen different wrong spirits and they are:
Watch-out to read about the 15 Wrongs Spirit! Dr. Daniel Olukoya