Discover deep, revelatory truths about the power of prayer from this T.D. Jakes sermon, “And Ye Shall Have It.” In this message, Bishop T.D. Jakes preaches from I Corinthians 2:7-10 and Mark 11:22-24. These passages speak about the power of faith in God and receiving the things He has revealed in the spirit.
T.D. Jakes impels the message of hope in this sermon. He encourages us not to give up, not to quit.
We are meant to have hunger. We are meant to have desires. We are designed to be passionate. We are not meant to quit, to become apathetic, to live without expectation.
In this message, learn how to discern between holy and humanistic desires. Illuminating the scripture, T.D. Jakes teaches how we must believe in order to receive, how to elevate the spiritual over the natural, how desires must be “purged through prayer,” and what must come first before we realize the physical manifestation of our God-given desires.
Don’t let life’s setbacks rob you of your faith, your dreams, your destiny. As T.D. Jakes says, “Be relentless.” Let the Spirit of God breathe life into your spirit, and believe that all things are possible.