Mrs. Keisha was sure she would fail. Her husband, Keithlind Bynoe, was also resitting a course the fourth time. As the examinations drew closer, amid sickness, they realised ”the enemy was trying to limit” them. But the couple from St.Vincent and the Grenadines, currently studying in Trinidad, had earlier ministered the Morning Water. Let’s hear how it all ended.
”I would like to thank God for what He did for me and my husband through the ministration of the Morning Water. We were privileged to receive the spiritual item from one a lady who came to the Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), few months ago. We obtained the Morning Water on Sunday, June 5, 2016 when we visited her congregation. Thereafter, we ministered it, believing God for our deliverance, and success in our examinations scheduled for June 7, 8 and 9.
We are currently enrolled in the ACCA programme. My husband was to resit a course for the fourth time, while I was to take two papers. Before we received the Anointing Water, we experienced several challenges as we prepared for the exams. Three weeks before commencement, I came down with a cold and a slight fever. I was forced to stop studying. After my recovery, I lost the desire to study. But I persevered. My right hand became numb few days after the recovery. This restrained me from practising questions for the exams (I am right-handed). I realised that the enemy was trying to limit us. I prayed over the hand and still tried to practise notwithstanding.
When I wrote the first examination, I was required to do one compulsory question and choose any two from three others. The compulsory question was from a topic I hadn’t paid much attention too while I was studying. For the others, I wasn’t well prepared for a particular question. But I had to face it because I didn’t know what to do about the remaining two. I came out of the examination hall confessing I would have to resit the paper. I believed I had failed.
In the second examination, I did not finish answering all the questions. I wasn’t sure what the outcome would be, but I hoped, at least, for a pass. One day, I was talking about the first exam, admitting I had failed. I received a sharp reprimand in my heart; I realised the Holy Spirit was urging me to change my confession.
As students, we have limited funds. If we had failed these three examinations, we would have had to pay the fees all over again, in order to resit the courses. This would have gulped about 75 per cent of the money we have. It would have meant a significant setback, because we have other courses and sundry expenses to take care of.
On July 17, we received the results. To our surprise, we passed the courses! I passed the one that brought me the most fear. I scored 50 percent, the exact pass mark. I was so amazed. I couldn’t believe it. I said this has to be a miracle from God. I give Him the glory.
My husband, on his part, scored 59 per cent, despite attempting about 81 per cent of the questions. We know we succeeded through God’s intervention. My husband, after resitting the paper repeatedly, had become ashamed. He persisted, however. Today, God has taken away his shame.
Praise be to God who has given us joy unspeakable. Emmanuel! Our God is good.”