Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not. Jeremiah 33:3 KJV. Beloved, never you doubt if God still answers prayers or not. Call on Him again today, be specific in your request, He will not only answer you but will also show you great and mighty things you need to know to succeed in life in the name of Jesus Christ Amen. You are blessed. ... See MoreSee Less
"To abide" means to stay, to continue in a place, to remain stable or fixed in some state or condition,” to have one's abode, to dwell, to reside, to sojourn, to endure, to remain and to last". It is good for us to confess we are Christians (Rom. 10: 9); but your character tells better the story. Your character develops over time as you abide in Christ. The life a Christian lives is what helps him to develop a distinct character for himself. "Anyone who does not abide is cast out as a branch and is withered and thrown into the fire to burn (V. 16)". Abiding enables us to draw strength, grace, unction for godly living and every other good things from the Lord. Avoid the grave danger of not abiding in Christ which predisposes us to the risk of being cut off as a dead branch of a tree that is cut and thrown away and men pick it for firewood.
In order to abide, love the things that please God; read and keep His commandments, delight yourself, deny yourself and take up your cross and follow him by living a prayerful life.
PRAYER: In Your name, dear Lord Jesus, Make me abide so as to be a full partaker of the blessing in Christ. Amen. ... See MoreSee Less
I decree to you and yours that this month shall be a month of blessings and goodhealth. Every evil arrows against you shall be destroyed. You will laugh and celebrate in this month in Jesus name. Amen. *Happy new month beloved of God!!!* ... See MoreSee Less
TOPIC: BUILD YOUR CONFIDENCE READING: Revelation 1: 9-20
Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ has overcome the world. He is the first and last (v. 11). He has the key of hades and death, so you don't have anything to fear as a Christian. Every assurance that builds faith and confidence has been given to us. We are in safe hands and our future and hope are very secure so long as we remain in Him. In v. 11, the risen, and Christ instructed John to record everything he was shown and send it to the seven Churches of Asia. God expects us to keep records. He expects us to extend the Good News to others so that they can know His expectations from His people.
Don't be afraid. Don't be intimidated by death. Jesus Christ our advocate holds the key of death. Without His permission, you will not die. Again, don't be afraid of any evil plot against your future. Jesus is the first and last. He knows your yesterday and He is in control of your tomorrow. Relax your mind and strengthen your faith. The Lord whom you trust in His power is in full control of your life's situations.
PRAYER: Take away fear from me oh Lord, and give me the confidence to move on to victory. ... See MoreSee Less
After the ascension, the disciples in obedience to Jesus' command returned to Jerusalem to wait for the promise of the Father (Acts 1: 4). The list of Apostles given in v.13 omitted Judas Iscariot who had committed suicide following his betrayal of his Master. His end shows what can happen when we allow bad habits to take root in our lives. The path that led Judas to suicide began with his greed which led him to steal the ministry money entrusted in his care (John 12: 6).
Be careful! Listen to instruction and obey God's word. Consider your service to God and humanity as a privilege. Don't abuse it because it could be withdrawn. Don't betray trust in your family, place of work, or in any area of engagement. God is keeping accurate records. As a mirror, life will always give you back the exact reflection of who you are. Be courageous enough today to disengage yourself from any habit that is likely to destroy your life and destiny.
PRAYER: God deliver me from any bad habit that can lead me away from the path of Your perfect will for my life. ... See MoreSee Less