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Beloved, it is a great mistake to lose the friendship of God for any reason at all. Unfortunately, we willingly trample on our friendship with God for a handful of dust, for gratification of revenge, for an extremely unpleasant pleasure and for a vain extravagance. Whenever we sin, we declare that our passions or pleasure has more value to us than God’s friendship.
JANUARY 2020THURSDAY DAY 2 Scripture Reading: 1Kings 18:41-44 Welcome to the table of God's word in 1kings 18:43-44. From the delay of the answer to Elijah's prayer, we must learn humility, and perseverance in prayer. The great Prophet that called down the fire in Vs...
JANUARY 2020WEDNESDAY DAY 1 Scripture Reading: Joshua 1:9 Welcome to the first day of the Year 2020, we thank God and commit this Year into the Hand of God, and ask the Holy Spirit for strength and courage in all areas of our lives, so that we will be strong,...
(One-day Fasting and Prayer) Scripture Reading: Psalm 2: 1-5 Dear child of God, today we want to fast and pray (6:00am -12:00pm) for nations in distress using your nation as a point of contact. At a time when the country and a majority of its population are seriously...
Tragically, many of us today are treading the path that will make us spend eternity without God; because
they have decided to live without him here on earth.
Welcome to this brand new day and a brand new year. It pleased the Lord, God Almighty to graciously usher us into this New Year; not necessarily because of our faithfulness or commitment to Him, but because of His love and mercy to us His handmaid. Hence David called on the Lord saying,”
Scripture Reading: Matthew 10:16-18
Imagine yourself being a follower of Jesus at the time He was preaching. Imagine that there is much excitement about Him and great hope that He will be the new King and is the Messiah. There would be much hope and excitement about what is to come.
But then, out of the blues, Jesus gives this sermon. He says that His followers will be persecuted and scourged and that this persecution will continue over and over. This must have made His followers stop and seriously question Jesus and wonder if it was worth following Him.
(DAY 3 OF THREE DAYS FASTING)
Scripture Reading: Philippians 4:6-7
Anxiety and fear are relentless. These are two of the enemy’s most popular weapons employed against us. As we round off our three-day fasting and prayer today, you are invited to surrender yourself and challenges totally to God, allow Him to have His way in that situation that confronts you.
(DAY 1 OF THREE DAYS FASTING)
Scripture Reading: Psalms 46:1-11
Today we kick start our three-day fasting and prayers. The Holy Spirit wants us to know that God is with us. From verse 4 – 7, the Psalmist doesn’t begin by focusing on the enemies and the threat they might pose. Instead he begins by focusing on how the city of Jerusalem is secured because “God is in the midst of her” – He dwells there. As we begin this fast, we must realise and be convinced that the Lord of Host is with us, no matter the condition we are passing through. Because “God is in the midst of the city; it shall not be moved”, meaning it will not fall to the enemy, and so the people in the city can be secured. The strength of the holy city was not found in her massive walls or fortifications, but in the fact that her defense is the Ever-present God” who dwells in the midst of her.
Scripture Reading: Romans 6:12
Our horror and hate for sin should not wane by the day. Some within the church in Paul’s days thought that since grace initiates pardon for sin, the Christian does not need to resist sin. In response to this, St. Paul explains that every believer must continually reaffirm and implement his or her decision to resist sin and follow Christ. We are in a generation that is falling into the danger of being comfortable with sin because what we know as sin is now being technically perceived as expression of choice.