Day 1: Discovering the Secrets of Breakthrough



Exploits are the unusual things in the natural world but are meant to be daily phenomenon for those who know their God.

Exploits in business, marriage life, career, success and excellence in life are possible for everyone who has a relationship with God on a personal level.

There are those who know about God, there are folks who have heard about him, however this exploit experiences are for those who really know Him personally and intimately. Do you know God at that level?

What does it mean to know God?

  1. You must be saved, you must have experienced personal salvation
  2. You are filled with the Holy Spirit of God and led by Him
  3. You know the Word. It is in your spirit, you daily chew on it
  4. You walk with him in daily devotions. Your soul is bathed in an atmosphere of prayer. You are soaked in the anointing.


  • Lord open my eyes and understanding to know you
  • Place a thirst and hunger for God in my heart
  • Father draw me nearer to you on a daily basis

I receive the anointing to do exploits in every area of my life.


The Blog is Back for Mountain Movers Conference

Hello Everyone!

It has been a LONG time!…but not to worry…the Blog is Back!

We are particularly excited because it is back for a Special purpose! The annual Mountain Movers Conference at Jubilee Christian Church International!

I will be giving more information about this in the next couple of days…so stay tuned! In the mean time, here are a few things to get you started:

1. We will be fasting from November 10, 214 till November 23, 2014 (don’t get nervous about this…the Pastors and Leaders started a week ago!)

2. We have a 45 minute Morning Devotion daily at 6am

3. We will be praying together on the phone every night for 30 minutes at 9pm

4. The number to call for devotion and prayer is: 712 432 1601 and the access code is: 642878

5. We will all be meeting in the church for the wonderful Mountain Movers event from November 20th till the 23rd. More details to follow.

We will be posting more about this soon…but as usual, if you have anything to send to us throughout the Mountain movers conference, please do not hesistate to add this as a comment and we will make a new post out of it!

God Bless You!


He Blessed Me For Doing God’s Work: Dawn Goodman

Hi Everyone,

My name is Dawn Goodman I am one of the van drivers for Jubilee Christian Church. I wanted to share with you one of my experiences while performing my duties. The Sunday after the tragic shooting incident at the school in Newtown, Connecticut I noticed a man dressed in military clothing standing on the corner of Hwy 55 and Hwy 54 collecting money. I do not usually donate to people on the corner because many of them are collecting money to support a drug or alcohol habits.

Both of this man’s legs were artificial limbs so I knew that he was a Veteran of the US military at some point in his life. I felt gratitude and sympathy for his sacrifice of both his legs fighting in war. I wanted to make a donation to him all that at I had in my pocket was $1.00. As I tried to give him the dollar he reached in his pocket and handed me three dollars and closed my hand so I would not drop it and said No the donation should be for you.

At this point the light turned green I had to leave and could not ask him why he thought I deserved a donation. The next time I went to that intersection he said You did not expect me to give you money did you? I said No I didn’t expect that at all. He said that I was doing the Lord’s work by driving the church van that is why he believed that I deserved a donation. I thanked him and said that is a wonderful thought, He told me that he is a Pastor of a church in Mebane, NC trying to raise money for the families of the children and teachers in Newtown, Conn who were killed earlier that week in the school. He invited me to come visit his church one Sunday if I was not driving the van. I don’t remember the name of his church but I did not forget his donation,to me and the reason for it.


We’re Back?! Where Have YOU Been?!

We have been offline for a while…but I am excited to be back! Thanks to a church member who sent a submission in this evening! I hope that more people will send testimonies in, so that we can all be blessed!

by the way…congrats to everyone who got a medal for participating in the 30-day challenge! I’m excited to say that I invited 4 people to church during the challenge…and they ALL came! How many people did you invite?!…and it’s not too late to invite more people to the church! In fact…I’m trying to invite someone every week! How about you?!

Please…don’t forget to send in more submissions to the blog! This is OUR blog…every Jubilee Christian Church of God: Chapel of Victory member should send a submission in!

Be Blessed!

JubileeNCBlog Team

Antonina Griffin: Against All Odds. My Struggle, My Success, My STORY!

We found this on youtube and decided to share. It reminds us that NO matter what we are going through…GOD can ALWAYS get you THROUGH it!

You might need some tissue paper…it made me cry! God is wonderful!

JubileeNCBlog Team

30-day Challenge: Day 28


We apologize…this is coming a little late.

This is the last Chapter in Matthew…and I am pleased to say that I MADE it!…I did the Challenge…did you?


Day 28: Risen, Alive and Reigns Forever

Read Matthew 28

The message of the empty tomb is, “Do not be afraid!”

He overcomes His enemies (1-5). In His death and resurrection, our Lord defeated the world (John 16:33), the flesh (Rom. 6:1-7), the devil (John 12:31), and death itself (1 Cor. 15:50-58). You need not be afraid of life or death, time or eternity (Rev. 1:17-18).

He keeps His promises (6-7). Because His followers forgot His resurrection promise, they were sorrowing instead of rejoicing. The Lord always keeps His promises, no matter how dark the day may be.

He goes before you (7-10). When the women ran to share the message, they met the Lord; you always meet Him in the path of obedience. The Shepherd goes before the sheep and prepares the way for them (John 10:4). You have a living and victorious Savior who has everything under control. Trust Him!

He is our Lord (11-20). He has all authority; He commands us to take the gospel to all nations; and He promises to be with us always. What more assurance could we want? We are His ambassadors (2 Cor. 5:20) and should be faithful to Him in all things.

The Resurrection   

The resurrection of Jesus Christ is a vital part of the gospel message, for a dead Christ can save nobody (1 Cor. 15:1-19). The empty tomb is proof that He is the Son of God (Rom. 1:4); that believers have a future inheritance (1 Pet. 1:3ff.); that we will once again meet Christians who have died (1 Thess. 4:14-18); that our Christian ministry is not in vain (1 Cor. 15:50-58); and that Jesus Christ will one day judge lost sinners (Acts 17:30-31). The early church bore witness of the resurrection of Jesus Christ (Acts 1:22; 4:2, 33), and so should we today.


  1. Thank the Lord for the 30-day powerful deposit into your life.
  2. Pray that by the power of the New Covenant we will have victory over every challenge and opposition as a church, individuals and families.
  3. Pray that the Lord will speak for you and fight all your battles on every side.
  4. Pray that there shall be no hindrances of delays to the plans and promises of God in your life.
  5. Pray that no corrupt or evil devices against you will succeed.
  6. Pray that you will be obedient to the great commission.


Every incomplete promise, commitment and agreement saps your strength, because it blocks your momentum, inhibits your ability to move forward, to progress and improve. Incomplete things keep calling you back to the past to take care of them. – Jeff Olson

Let It GO by Bishop T. D. Jakes

There are people who can walk away from you.

And hear me when I tell you this! When people can walk away from you: let them walk. I don’t want you to try to talk another person into staying with you, loving you, calling you, Caring about you, coming to see you, staying attached to you. I mean hang up the phone.

When people can walk away from you let them walk. Your destiny is never tied to anybody that left.

The bible said that, they came out from us that it might be made manifest that they were not for us. For had they been of us, no doubt they would have continued with us. [1 John 2:19]

People leave you because they are not joined to you. And if they are not joined to you, you can’t make them stay.

Let them go.

And it doesn’t mean that they are a bad person it just means that their part in the story is over And you’ve got to know when people’s part in your story is over so that you don’t keep trying to raise the dead. You’ve got to know when it’s dead. You’ve got to know when it’s over.

Let me tell you something. I’ve got the gift of good-bye. It’s the tenth spiritual gift, I believe in good-bye. It’s not that I’m hateful, it’s that I’m faithful, and I know whatever God means for me to have He’ll give it to me. And if it takes too much sweat I don’t need it. Stop begging
people to stay.

Let them go!!

If you are holding on to something that doesn’t belong to you and was never intended for your life, then you need to…


If you are holding on to past hurts and pains…


If someone can’t treat you right, love you back, and see your worth…


If someone has angered you …


If you are holding on to some thoughts of evil and revenge…


If you are involved in a wrong relationship or addiction…..


If you are holding on to a job that no longer meets your needs or talents


If you have a bad attitude…


If you keep judging others to make yourself feel better…


If you’re stuck in the past and God is trying to take you to a new level in Him…


If you are struggling with the healing of a broken relationship…


If you keep trying to help someone who won’t even try to help themselves…


If you’re feeling depressed and stressed …..


If there is a particular situation that you are so used to handling yourself and God is saying “take your hands off of it,” then you need to…


Let the past be the past. Forget the former things. GOD is doing a new thing.


Get Right or Get Left .. think about it, and then ..


30-day Challenge: Day 27


Day 27: An Accessory of Evil

Read Matthew 27

Jesus is the example to follow when you suffer unjustly (1 Pet. 2:18-23).

He did not reply when accused (11-14). In this, He fulfilled Isaiah 53:7. There is a time to speak and a time to be silent (Eccles. 3:7), and we must exercise discernment. One thing is sure: no matter what He said, they would not have believed Him.

He did not retaliate when abused (15-31). He had the power to destroy those who mocked Him; in fact, legions of angels would have delivered Him. But it was the Father’s will that He suffer as He did, and Jesus was obedient to His Father’s will

He did not accept the cup (32-38). The narcotic drink would have helped deaden the pain, but Jesus refused it. He drank the cup of suffering instead.

He did not come down from the cross (40-44). Had He come down from the cross, the people still would not have believed in Him. And if He saved Himself, He could not save others (John 12:23-28). First the suffering, then the glory; first the cross, then the crown. Remember that the next time you are tempted to take the easy way.


  1. Let us pray that the leaders of our nation will allow truth and justice rather than politics to guide all their decisions.
  2. Pray that you will never be an accessory or participant in any evil or wickedness.
  3. Pray that you will never despise the things of God but revere them and glorify God.
  4. Pray for grace and power to fulfill the plan of God in your life despite all challenges and odds.
  5. Pray that all those connected to the fulfillment of your destiny will not slack but will be faithful. (Luke 4:25-27).


Leave out the cross, and you have killed the religion of Jesus. Atonement by the blood of Jesus is not an arm of Christian truth; it is the heart of it.- Charles Haddon Spurgeon

30-day Challenge: Day 26


Day 26: Moments of Discouragement

Read Matthew 26

Life presents us with many opportunities; how we respond to them depends on what we love and what we look for in life.

The Jewish leaders looked for opportunity to destroy Jesus, while at the same time Jesus was anticipating the opportunity to obey His Father and bring Him glory.

Mary used the opportunity she had for expressing her devotion to Christ, but Judas used that same opportunity to criticize her. Nothing given in love to Jesus is ever wasted. Judas was the one who ended up wasting his life!

Jesus eagerly anticipated the opportunity to be with His disciples, even though He knew one would betray Him, one would deny Him, and all would forsake Him. He sought to help them and prepare them for the trial before them.

Peter missed his opportunities to become strong and be a victor. He boasted when he should have listened (vv. 32-35), slept when he should have prayed (vv. 36-46), fought when he should have surrendered (vv. 47-56), and followed when he should have fled for safety (vv. 57-75; note v. 31). But when the opportunity came for him to repent, he wept.

No matter what others did, Jesus was in complete command and knew how to make the most of every opportunity. “Not as I will, but as You will” is the secret (v. 39). God will give you many opportunities today. Use them wisely!


1. Pray against every form of conspiracy or plot against you and your family, job, business, marriage etc this year.

2. Pray that God will cause you to discern every evil around you and for the wisdom to deal with them.

3. Pray for strength and victory in the midst of every discouragement and desperate situations.


God’s best gifts are not things but opportunities. What we call adversity, God calls opportunity.

30-day Challenge: Day 25


Day 25: Beliver’s Spiritual Readiness

Read Matthew 25


When Jesus Christ returns, it will be a time of separation: the wise will be separated from the foolish, the faithful servants from the unfaithful, the blessed (sheep) from the cursed (goats). The wise virgins had oil and were prepared to meet the Bridegroom. Many people profess to be Christians but do not have the Holy Spirit (Rom. 8:9) and are not born again. They may mingle with the saved, but they are not really one of them; and they will not enter into the marriage feast.


His coming also means evaluation. As we wait for the Lord to return, we must invest our lives and earn dividends for His glory. Christ gives us opportunities that match our abilities, and the one-talent servant is just as important as the five-talent servant. The key is faithfulness (1 Cor. 4:2), for God measures us against ourselves and not against the other servants. Are you afraid to step out by faith and take some risks for God?


When Christ returns, it will be a time of commendation. We will be surprised to learn about ministries we performed that we thought were insignificant but that He will reward. This parable is not teaching salvation by good works. Christ’s sheep know that they are sheep (John 10:14; John 10:27-30), but they do not always realize what their service means to Christ. We will experience some surprises in that day!


1. Pray that you will be spiritually ready at all times.

2. Pray against any form of laziness. Pray for the grace and strength to faithfully use the talents given to you by God.

3. Pray that the Lord will help you to invest in things that will yield eternal dividends.


“Great services reveal our possibilities; small services our consecration.” – George Morrison