Welcome to the month of March, a month I have themed as “The March! I am reminded by a quote I heard years ago by an amazing author; most believers aren’t in imminent danger of ruining their lives. They’re facing a danger that’s far greater: wasting them. How true is this quote today with so many people wasting their lives, pursuing their own desires, doing good things rather than God’s will for their lives. We can do good things without God, but we can’t do God’s will without God! The great C.S Lewis said it like this There are two kinds of people: those who say to God, ‘Thy will be done,’ and those to whom God says, ‘All right, then, have it your way.

I believe the month of March is a prophetic alarm clock put in place by God. It encourages us to march forward with the burning dreams and downloads the Lord has placed in our hearts for His glory. We are being called to action! To see miracles we’ve never seen; we have to march with God to places we’ve never been. Have the courage to march and chase after God-size dreams. Once you become fearless, life becomes limitless with a limitless God leading your story.

You might be a person experiencing challenges and feeling like its hell on earth…it is extremely important you remember that you are seated in heavenly places, united with Christ Jesus who continues to do greater things in our stories. In the midst of your disappointment, there is an opportunity for you to be a move of God; your disappointment is a divine announcement, that you are God’s appointed.

God is reconciling the world to Himself; will you take a march with Him? As you step out in a march this month, God is preparing good works in advance with our name on them. He will be ordering your steps and setting you up for divine moments. Remember He is the God of immeasurably more.



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  1. Wow! What a timely message. This is exactly what we all need to hear right now. We need to allow God to stretch us and take us out of our comfort zones in order to be fully used by Him. We are always saying, ‘Lord, use me,’ but how much of that is coming from our head vs. our heart? The victory is ours, but we must march with God to that victory. Another hit out of the park by my brother, Solomon.


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