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We speak many things casually in our culture: “I’ll pay you back next week.” “I’ll always love you.” “I’ll be there on Sunday at 10 a.m. for sure.” We fail to recognize that our words have power—and are witnessed by both God and the enemy.

We speak many things casually in our culture: “I’ll pay you back next week.” “I’ll always love you.” “I’ll be there on Sunday at 10 a.m. for sure.” We fail to recognize that our words have power—and are witnessed by both God and the enemy. In this provocative series, deliverance expert Taiwo Ayeni examines the power of vows in a believer’s life. Part 1 of this series can be read here: http://www.mannaexpressonline.com/prayer-time/prayers-for-all-situations/594-deliverance-the-power-of-vows-part-1-by-taiwo-ayeni

We speak many things casually in our culture: “I’ll pay you back next week.” “I’ll always love you.” “I’ll be there on Sunday at 10 a.m. for sure.” We fail to recognize that our words have power—and are witnessed by God. In the final installment of his provocative series, deliverance expert Taiwo Ayeni examines the power of Messianic vows in a believer’s life.

We speak many things casually in our culture: “I’ll pay you back next week.” “I’ll always love you.” “I’ll be there on Sunday at 10 a.m. for sure.” We fail to recognize that our words have power—and are witnessed by both God and the enemy. In this provocative series, deliverance expert Taiwo Ayeni examines the power of vows in a believer’s life.

We speak many things casually in our culture: “I’ll pay you back next week.” “I’ll always love you.” “I’ll be there on Sunday at 10 a.m. for sure.” We fail to recognize that our words have power—and are witnessed by both God and the enemy. In this provocative series, deliverance expert Taiwo Ayeni examines the power of vows in a believer’s life.“I’ll pay you back next week.” “I’ll always love you.” “I’ll be there on Sunday at 10 a.m. for sure.”

The year 2011 has come and gone with its load of troubles. It was a year in which many unthinkable or unimaginable things happened. Families lost their jobs and their homes, and the trauma of these hardships in some cases led to untimely and unexpected deaths. Diverse disasters–earthquakes, tornadoes, wars, civil unrest, economic crises, and terrorism–brought indescribable pains to many globally. The stress of 2011 touched the nerves of people, places, and things all around the world–even the rich cried!