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ENLARGE MY COAST 15/05/2012

My God! The Most High God. The Most Righteous God. The Most Holy God. The Only True God. Creator of Heaven and Earth. Thank You. We bless you oh God of Heaven and Earth! We adore You. You are the impossibility Specialist. The Miracle Inventor. The Mercy Architect. The Grace Engineer. You have engineered our life to live at your Mercy and by your Grace. You are our life's Accountant. Our Future's B...anker. Our Family's investor. The sole shareholder of our entire being! The only employer that allows us to use His assets to generate wealth and demands only 10% from us. The invincible Consultant. Thank You! Thank You!! Thank You!!!
We live our life each day to honor and worship You. I thank You for this country Nigeria. I thank You for all My Friends. I thank You for My Family. I thank You for My Life. I can't thank You enough.
You are the one that gives us power to make wealth. I have come to your cross with the gifts of my hand. You said that a man's gift makes way for him. Please Lord, Bless us richly this week! You own the cattle on a thousand hills. Give us the full benefits of seeing this week.
For all my unemployed friends, show them the way to go. Show them what you have put in them. For all my under-employed friends that have ideas inside them but are scared to resign and start their own, give them the courage and assurance you gave to Joshua. For my colleagues writing ICAN exams this week, may they not write this level again. Help them to succeed in their papers.
For me Lord, enlarge my coast and expand my territory. Advance me forward. Give us more testimonies this week that all we hear and open their mouth! I ask all these in Jesus Name. Amen!

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