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Prophet Emmanuel Makandinwa reveals Great Revelation About “kneeling” Before God

Posted by on October 20, 2021 — Drop A Comment


For ages since, pastors and teacher as well as many believers have always read and understood a popular verse of the Bible in Philippians 2:10 (KJV) that says “That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow…” in a particular way of kneeling down and worshipping God.

While this is not entirely wrong interpretation of the verse of the Bible, Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa shared a deep revelation behind the word and popular interpretation. “Many people think that the knee that is mentioned in the portion of scripture above only signifies worship, explained the Zimbabwean prophet. “But there is a greater revelation.”

Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa revealed that a knee is a problem’s breaking point. In other words, your problem is about to come an end when it reaches the knee point at the mention of Jesus’ name. there is a point- the breaking point when the problem gives way because it can stand again under the pressure of the Name of Jesus.

No matter how tough your situation is, it has a knee that bends when it is presented before JESUS, said the man of God. Yet, what is key here, according to the prophet, is for the believer to be able to locate the breaking point of any problem.

“May you locate the breaking point of your problem in JESUS’ name,” Makandinwa prayed.

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