I was meant to die Mother’s Day night

I wrestled with a demon Mother’s Day night (Monday morning) at 3:00 a.m. It was so bad that I called on Jesus and His Angels to help me.That thing tried to take my life but I refuse to go until God says it’s time. It mimicked and mocked me, talked about me and whispered horrible things to me. It told me that I was going to die and that my ministry was useless and powerless. Satan continues to attack my ministry and tells people to stay away from me. I believe that this is what the Apostle Paul went through when he said that he had a thorn in his side that kept buffing him. If the devil can make you look bad in some kind of way no one will want to listen to you preach the word. I am so thankful to God for all of you who do listen and I appreciate you God bless you.

I am so glad to know God and have a tight relationship with him. I surely called on him and every way possible. Whatever this thing was that was sent to me was very serious It wasn’t light and fluffy. Friends tend to think that it was angry at me because of my mother’s day sermon. I am receiving very wonderful compliments about that sermon and I’m glad that it is helping people with their own relationships with their mothers and families. Satan doesn’t have a family and he doesn’t want us to have one either.

I am doing well now, I have recovered, and I’m going to continue to preach the word of God and I hope that you still do the same thing as well. You don’t need a license to tell everybody about Jesus. Here is the link to my Sunday sermon on Mother’s Day. Take a listen. https://anchor.fm/revessie/episodes/Mothers-Day-22-e1i840v

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