God’s Supernatural Power
God’s supernatural power lives in all Christians, but it requires one to submit your whole being to Him on a daily basis for the supernatural powers to be released. You must commit to being an avid worshiper by talking to God and meditating upon Him with extreme concentration and a true heart of love filled with devotion. Your spirit is the core of your being which belongs only to you. It cannot be shared with anyone else, but God does share his spirit with us.
For many years at New Day, the usual has been replaced by the supernatural power of Heaven. We have experienced a powerful movement of the presence of God along with the reality of the model prayer our Lord has given, “Thy will be done on Earth as it is Heaven.” I truly believe we are enjoying the release of many blessings from Heaven.
We have had many people added to the Body of Christ, some healed, and others have been delivered from the powers of the enemy. Intercession in our war room is truly bringing change.
As Founder and Senior Pastor, it has been my great honor to serve New Day for thirty-five years. I have experienced many wonderful and great things manifested at New Day on a regular basis, but the last Sunday of March, I experienced one of the most anointed services of my life in Ministry.
New Day had sixteen people registered to be baptized in water on that glorious morning. During praise and worship, the Holy Spirit moved in a mighty and profound way. Our plan was to sing, preach and then baptize but God had his plans. The order of that service changed dramatically; baptism started during Praise and Worship. There was a powerful presence of God’s Spirit. Two hours later, forty-eight people were baptized in water. The excitement and joy were felt by all. Tears streamed down many faces feeling the power of the Holy Spirit. An awakening of true love for Christ occurred in many hearts as they witnessed this sacred ceremony and felt His presence.
I invite you to come and see for yourself what a difference anointing can make in your life. New Day will welcome you with open arms and love.
“Devote yourselves to prayer with an alert mind and thankful heart.” (Colossians 4:2)
~ Pastor Herman B. Holland