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The Power Of Midnight Prayer.🕐



I overcame the power of spiritual wife through the power of midnight prayer, by the grace of God.

I used to have dreams about  having sex with all kinds of women including my exes which  resulted  in real life  ejaculation. This  usually  happens at 1:30am – 3:30am.

I was determined  to keep my life in God’s light with prayer by making it a habit to wake up during this particular time frame- 1:30am  to 3:30am.

When I  genuinely gave my life to Jesus Christ , The Holy Spirit opened my understanding to ‘The Power Of Midnight Prayer’ which I engage profusely.

It took me over 2 years of daily vigorous spiritual battle.It takes grace to be persistent- ask for Grace.

God sometimes wakes you up in the midnight to pray and claim your freedom because, it is the time people are most vulnerable to spiritual attacks.


  •  Time of transition (Judges 16:2-3, Psalm 119:62).
  • Night of great activities both good and evil (Exodus 11:4-6, Matthew 13:25).
  • Great spiritual transactions. (1 Kings 3:5 & 20)
  • Chains are loose. *Acts 16:25-26*

Read what Jesus Christ said on Midnight persistent prayer in Luke 11:5-8


  • Create a healthy sleep environment
  • Drink plenty of water before going to bed-as you may need to wake up to use the bathroom to help you stay awake, or, set a time to wake up for prayer  and stick to your wake up time.
  • Start a praise and worship song to wake up your mind, or, make a morning playlist with gospel songs.
  • Get up and move around.

Finally, I encourage you to watch and pray to make the utmost advantage of this great moment. The  demons will try to fight back, but do not let your guard down to spiritual attacks.

Credit: Akinrinsola Hassan (TPJM Executive Member)

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A Message For You: 2 Corinthians 5:17 NIV📖


By nature, we are terrible sinners; we all have the tendencies to fall. But by God’s grace, a value has been placed on us. We are forgiven and identified with the cross because, Jesus died  a shameful and painful  death for the sins of the world- this is the miracle of God’s grace.

It is important to note that we  are no longer slaves to our past. We shouldn’t waste  today by living in yesterday; the breaking of dawn brings  new you, new hope, and new opportunities.

Perhaps you are struggling with addictions, you are not alone. Be honest with your weaknesses and present yourself before your Creator in prayer, seek His guidiance  to help you break your addictions.  Does this mean you are not a child of God?  Certainly not!😳God knows you better than anyone; he is aware of things  both open and hidden, He knows what you’ve been through, He knows you are a work in progress.

Positive Affirmations🌞:                          I am justified by faith, I am a child of God by faith. I am loved and free indeed!

Kikelomo O. Ayanlade

The Planned Journey Ministries📖

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A Message For You: Psalm 23:4 NIV📖🕊


This is a reminder that God is our comforter; he is constantly  with us and he will never leave us. Even though we may sometimes feel overwhelmed by life’s demand- life can get hectic and that’s absolutely fine because, this is part of the human experience. And the good news is, God is always there to fix it.

Prayer Request:

Dear God, give us the patience and strength to cling to your promise knowing this, that you are forever faithful through every valley and over every mountain.

Be fearless!⚔🦁

Kikelomo O. Ayanlade
The Planned Journey Ministries

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Scripture Of The Day: Isaiah 43:19 NIV📖🕊


See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?
I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland. 

Isaiah  43:19 NIV 

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In Honour of the Fallen-Armistice Day ( Sunday, 11 November 2018).🌺



Hat off to the fallen who sacrificed their lives on the frontline for us. 🌂
Armistice Day ( Sunday, 11 November 2018).🌺

“According to the Australian government’s Cultural and Recreation portal, Remembrance Day, which was originally called Armistice Day, commemorated the end of the hostilities for the Great War (World War I), the signing of the armistice, which occurred on November 11, 1918 – the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th …”