Our Focal Scripture speaks of how Herod intended to bring Peter forth to the people after Easter. Easter is commemorative of the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. It is one of the ceremonial events of the church. It is symbolic of the celebration of victory over death and the grave. So Herod intended to take Peter to the grave after a celebration of victory over the grave. He wanted Peter’s celebration to be followed by tragedy.
Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: your celebrations will not be laced with tragedies. You will not move from congratulations to mourning. You will not move from good news to bad news. You will not move from promotion to demotion. You will not move from advancement to retrogression. It will never be said that the enemy planted negativity in your good news. It will never be said that your good news ended badly.
Every power of hell that wants to send you tragedies in your season of celebration, I command it to break by fire. Every power of darkness that says you will not rejoice in peace, I break their stronghold. Every conspiracy to make you shed tears when you should be rejoicing, I command it to scatter by fire. Every demonic arrangement to divert your good news and replace same with bad news, let fire answer.
Today, I decree: your celebration will not be disrupted; your good news will not be disrupted; your congratulations will not be disrupted; your greatness will not be disrupted; your elevation will not be disrupted; your breakthroughs will not be disrupted; your favour will not be disrupted; your rising will not be disrupted; your victory party will not be disrupted; your testimonies will not be disrupted; there shall be no satanic disruption.
Every gate of celebration that the Lord opens for you, shall lead to more and more celebrations. No power of hell will replace your celebrations with negativity.6