Daily Devotional


Prolonged Negativity

29th May 2019

Scripture Reading: Mark 5: 21-34


“And a certain woman, which had an issue of blood twelve years,” (Mark 5: 25)

The woman of the issue of blood suffered her challenge for twelve years. For twelve years, her challenge did not shift grounds. Something that should have lasted for a few days was prolonged until it clocked twelve years. As that woman grew older, one problem was getting older with her; as she advanced in years, her problem also advanced; as she moved from year to year, the same challenge followed her about.

Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: every prolonged negativity in your life ends now. No challenge will follow you from year to year; the troubles of the past will not find their way into your future; the issues that should end in a matter of days will not be prolonged and remain for years; the issues that should end in a few hours will not remain for years; the issues that should end after a few efforts will not defy your efforts.

If there be any power of hell that says that a challenge must follow you from year to year, let that power break into pieces. If there be an evil altar that is speaking in favour of prolonged negativity in your life, let the altars of darkness be burnt by the fire of God. If there be any man who says that what should end in a few days should remain for years, let the fire of God answer him. The powers of prolonged negativity are broken.

Jesus did not redeem you so that one challenge can follow you around; Jesus did not redeem you so that negativity will be a permanent feature in your life. You were not redeemed to live under the curse of prolonged evil; you were not redeemed to suffer longer than necessary. If there be a conspiracy, physical or spiritual, to give extra time to a challenge that ought to have ended, let the fire of God swing into action and burn it all.

The days of prolonged negativity are over; the days of negative extensions are over. Henceforth, pain and weeping shall not be extended.


No more prolonged negativity, in Jesus’ name!

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