2019 has been prophetically seen as a year with positive events and miraculous happenings to those who will take God as the only one with the capacity, ability, and authority to end their years of sorrows and misfortunes. The year holds a lucid road map for divine visitation on the people who faithfully rely on God, as He is a rewarder of those who diligently follow Him. The above revelation of God’s promises formed part of the soul searching homily delivered by the prophetic Anglican Bishop of Amichi Diocese in Nnewi South Local Government Area of Anambra state, His lordship, the Rt. Rev Ephraim Okechukwu Ikeakor at the Cathedral Church of St. Andrew Amichi during the 1st January 2019 prophetic prayer breakfast programme that takes place by 6 am every 1st day of the month. According to the Diocesan, God has taken over the battle but cautioned that people, especially Christians should be very careful by listening to the commander who took over the battle. “You are going to possess this year”, Bishop Ikeakor declared. “This 2019 will bring pleasant and positive surprises to those who will wholeheartedly trust in me and would cross their Jordan this year. The faithful will laugh the best laughter this year. They shall be like Jerusalem surrounded by mountains.” Bishop Ikeakor said that God told him to tell the people that He will shake the mighty in the land and gain honour for himself, revealing that God said, “My children will find plenty in the midst of scarcity this year.” God, he said, will sanitize his church; restore His glory though not without casualties from the Altar. “Let your spiritual antenna function very well this year and God will embarrass and surprise you with miracles.” Turning to those waiting for the fruits of the womb, he told them that in 2019, the arrival of their Isaac will cause unstoppable laughter and the arrival of Samuel will cause disaster in the house of “Peninah.” “In 2019, you will celebrate your miracles and you will overtake your predecessors. This is the year of testimonies not explanations.” Bishop Ikeakor submitted.