Machaira with Apostle Bennie



The Love-Life Agency

Friday 9th June, 2023


Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors and gain an overwhelming victory through Him who loved us [so much that He died for us].” Romans 8:37 (Amplified Bible).
What you are determines what you do.
You must walk in the consciousness of who you are in Christ.
As you are born of God, you are an overcomer (1 John 5:4).
Until this becomes your consciousness, it will not reflect in what you do.

We are at war; nevertheless we are not in this war with the hope that we will win. We are in this war with the confidence that we have won.

Thus you are enlisted by God in a victorious battle.

You came into this war as more than a conqueror.

This is our joy and boldness. We are not in this war thinking we will fail.


It is about subduing kingdoms and taking unreached territories for the Lord and unto His glory.

This is not for the faint-hearted. Neither is it for the one who loves himself and the pleasures of this world.
The faint-hearted is focused on himself or herself and occupied with his strength and weaknesses.
You must have this strong mindset that God is with you; therefore you fight valiantly.
When you make the Lord and His supply your consciousness, you will see yourself as the Lord sees you.
When God looks at you, He sees a Valiant one.
Like He saw Gideon.
” And the Angel of the LORD appeared to him, and said to him, “The LORD is with you, you mighty man of valor!” Judges 6:12 (NKJV).
To be Valiant is the same as Valor ( the Hebrew word is, chayil or hāyil); which is a force of an army or resources (and wealth). It also speaks of the strength of a great company; the might of a great army in a war or the power of riches.
To do valiantly (in Psalm 60:12) means to work, act with effect, to perform and accomplish with the force of a great and mighty army using all the power of resources of wealth supplied.
This gives an idea of how you are to function as a good (victorious) Soldier of Christ.
You are not in a weak army to act cowardly.
You have enormous supply of resources at your disposal.

You don’t have an excuse not to accomplish mighty things through God.

You have all the weapons, and the equipment needed for every battle and the war at large.
You don’t have to see yourself as a grasshopper as the ten spies of Israel did.
“And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight” Numbers 13:33 (KJV))
Caleb and Joshua were different, they had the consciousness of God’s presence (that is the consciousness of their advantage and might).
The other ten (10) spies saw giants and were afraid. Caleb and Joshua saw the sons of Anak as:
bread and defenseless. (Numbers 14:9)
They were fearless because they had the consciousness that the Lord is with them. (Numbers 14:9).
Now look at God’s testimony of Caleb:
” But as for My servant Caleb, because he has had a different spirit and has followed Me fully, I will bring him into the land which he entered, and his descendants shall take possession of it.” Numbers 14:24 (NASB).
This should be God’s testimony about you.
To have a different spirit also means a different attitude. This is an attitude of a mighty man of valor.
To be a mighty man of valor or to do valiantly, is not to have huge physical muscles.
To accomplish valiantly is to have strong confidence in God’s word and to diligently follow God fully or consistently remain committed to God without turning away to create room for doubts.
This is what great faith is!
Doubters are cowards and cannot do anything big through God.
Take hold of God’s word to act in faith.
Don’t think about your selfish interests.
Living a life beyond your needs or personal interest is the beginning of greatness.
The steps you are willing to take today shows whether you will do valiantly or not.
(Numbers 13:21-33; Numbers 14:1-9; Hebrews 11; Acts 4:8-14,29-31 )
That the Lord will teach our hands to make war and the skill to take strategic steps which will make us get ministerial results.
DAY 128: 1 Chronicles 15-17
– I don’t walk in fear.
– I refuse to doubt God no matter the challenge.
– I walk in boldness.
– I accomplish great things by the strength of God.
– I am a valiant soldier.
– The Lord teaches my hands for war and my fingers for battle.
– The Lord is my strength.
Oh Hallelujah, Gloreeeey!!!

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Benjamin okyere
Benjamin okyere
1 year ago

Oh Glory to God i see every task as Bread unto me because God Almighty is with me and i have the victory

1 year ago

Oh thank you Jesus…

Ahortor Emelia
Ahortor Emelia
1 year ago

Glory to God
I don’t walk in fear.
I refuse to doubt God no matter the challenge.
I walk in boldness.
I accomplish great things by the strength of God.
I don’t think about my selfish interests.
The Lord is my strength

Akporhor Cynthia
Akporhor Cynthia
1 year ago

I refuse to doubt God no matter the challenge.

Samuel Nfodzo
Samuel Nfodzo
1 year ago

I am confident and courageous, and I refuse to walk in fear or doubt. With the strength of God, I am able to accomplish great things and face any challenge that comes my way. I have the heart of a valiant soldier, and the Lord teaches my hands for war and my fingers for battle.

Samuel Nfodzo
Samuel Nfodzo
1 year ago

In today’s bible reading, I have realized that God has a plan and purpose for my life, just as He did for David and his descendants. I trust in His faithfulness and guidance, knowing He will establish and bless me according to His will. I celebrate His goodness and provision, and I am grateful for the opportunities He has given me to worship and serve Him. Like David, I will seek to honor God with all I do and trust Him to fulfill His promises. I refuse to doubt God no matter the challenge. oh glory to God

Samuel Nfodzo
Samuel Nfodzo
1 year ago

oh boi, the dig deeper scripture wowww, I choose to have faith in God’s promises, even when the circumstances seem difficult or uncertain. I am bold and courageous, speaking the truth and sharing the love of Christ with others. I trust in the power of the Holy Spirit to guide me and give me strength, just as He did for faithful men and women throughout history.

Samiratu Sulley
Samiratu Sulley
1 year ago

The Lord is with me
The Lord is my supply
I do valiantly
I don’t have any excuse not to accomplish mighty things through God
Thank you sweet HolySpirit
Thank you Lord Jesus

1 year ago

My challenges are bread…
I have full confidence in God’s word and with God I shall do valiantly
Thank you Jesus

Emmanuel Opoku
Emmanuel Opoku
1 year ago

The Lord is my strength!!

Thank you Lord Jesus.

1 year ago

In the name of Jesus

I do valiantly through God.

I don’t give room for fear and doubt.

Glory to God

Wisdom Elvis
Wisdom Elvis
5 months ago

The Lord teaches my hands for war and my fingers for battle.

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