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[28/01, 07:53] +60 10-236 6882: *A SWORD FOR BATTLE*
And the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God. Ephesians 6:17. AG 35.1
God has provided abundant means for successful warfare against the evil that is in the world. The Bible is the armory where we may equip for the struggle. Our loins must be girt about with truth. Our breastplate must be righteousness. The shield of faith must be in our hand, the helmet of salvation on our brow; and with the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God, we are to cut our way through the obstructions and entanglements of sin. AG 35.2
The first Adam fell; the second Adam held fast to God and His Word under the most trying circumstances, and His faith in His Father’s goodness, mercy, and love did not waver for one moment. “It is written” was His weapon of resistance, and it is the sword of the Spirit which every human being is to use. AG 35.3
In these days of peril and corruption, the young are exposed to many trials and temptations. Many are sailing in a dangerous harbor. They need a pilot; but they scorn to accept the much needed help, feeling that they are competent to guide their own bark, and not realizing that it is about to strike a hidden rock that may cause them to make shipwreck of faith and happiness.... There is a disposition with many to be impetuous and headstrong. They have not heeded the wise counsel of the word of God; they have not battled with self, and obtained precious victories; and their proud, unbending will has driven them from the path of duty and obedience. AG 35.4
There are great things expected from the sons and daughters of God. I look upon the youth of today, and my heart yearns over them. What possibilities are open before them! If they sincerely seek to learn of Christ, He will give them wisdom, as He gave wisdom to Daniel.... “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom”.... “In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths” (Psalm 111:10; Proverbs 3:6). AG 35.5
Let the youth try to appreciate the privilege that may be theirs, to be directed by the unerring wisdom of God. Let them take the Word of truth as the man of their counsel, and become skillful in the use of “the sword of the Spirit.” Satan is a wise general; but the humble, devoted soldier of Jesus Christ may overcome him. AG 35.6
[28/01, 07:53] +60 10-236 6882: *FINISHING WELL*
“The Lord blessed the latter part of Job’s life more than the former part…” Job 42:12
“When you go through difficulties and unfair situations, it may be uncomfortable, you may not like it, but God is getting you prepared to be taken higher than you ever imagined. It may look as though something is there to defeat you, but God is going to use it to increase you. No bad break can stop you. All the forces of darkness cannot hold you down. God has an expected end for you; He’s already established it.”
After Job prayed for his friends, the Lord made him prosperous again and even gave him double what he had before. His family members came back to him and he became a source of blessing to people around him again. The Lord blessed him with children and kept him alive to see his fourth generation. The bible recorded that the latter part of Job’s life was much more blessed and better than the former.What are you going through as a believer? Do not give up on God. God is able to restore everything you might have lost. Just forgive those who have offended you and wait on God for His time of restoration. You also will finish well.
Insight: No matter what we go through, God’s plans for us are always good.
[28/01, 09:31] +60 10-236 6882: *MELT THE ANGER*
There are times when someone has hurt you so deeply that there is absolutely no desire within you to forgive. You start building a wall higher and higher, thicker and thicker, all because you don’t want to give them the power to hurt you ever again. The fortress between you and your enemy provides the perfect environment for bitterness, anger, tears, and righteous indignation! You find it harder and harder to follow God’s admonition in Matthew 18:21 where He says you should forgive seventy times seven! But before you start feeling all justified for building your wall of defense, think about what Jesus would do. When He was here on earth, people lied about Him, spread rumors and gossip, and ultimately crucified Him on a cross for something He was not guilty of. Yet through it all, He bore the pain in loving silence. Even as He hung on the cross, He prayed, “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do” (Luke 23:34). Instead of falling prey to the bondage of a heart hardened by hurt and betrayal, reach out to Jesus and ask Him to put forgiveness in your heart. Pray that you will love as He loves and allow God to melt the anger in your heart and enjoy the sweet peace of forgiveness! Text: Matthew 18:21-22, 1 John 1:9, Matthew 6:14, Psalm 51:10-12
God bless you. 💪🏻✝️🙏🏻
[29/01, 07:58] +60 10-236 6882: *"The Power of Forgiveness in Christianity"(Part 1)*
By Prophet Amaefule Daniel Chinedu.
I. Introduction Forgiveness is a central tenet of Christianity and is fundamental to the teachings of Jesus Christ. It is a powerful force that can bring healing and peace to individuals, families, and communities. In this article, we will explore the importance of forgiveness in Christianity and the ways in which it can transform our lives.
II. The teachings of Jesus on forgiveness In the Bible, Jesus teaches the importance of forgiveness in several parables and teachings. He emphasizes the need to forgive others as we ourselves have been forgiven by God. In the Lord's Prayer, Jesus teaches us to pray, "Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us" (Matthew 6:12). This is a reminder that our own forgiveness is linked to our ability to forgive others. Jesus also teaches about the power of forgiveness in the parable of the unmerciful servant (Matthew 18:21-35) and the parable of the prodigal son (Luke 15:11-32). Both of these parables illustrate the importance of forgiveness in the eyes of God and the consequences of not forgiving others.
III. The benefits of forgiveness Forgiveness has many benefits for both the person who forgives and the person who is forgiven. It can bring healing to relationships that have been damaged by hurt and resentment. Forgiveness can also bring peace and freedom to the person who forgives, as they are able to let go of anger and bitterness. Additionally, forgiveness can lead to spiritual growth and a deeper understanding of God's love and grace.
In conclusion, forgiveness is a vital aspect of Christianity and is essential for living a fulfilling life. By following the teachings of Jesus and practicing forgiveness in our own lives, we can experience the transformative power of this virtue and bring healing and peace to ourselves and others.
1:"Heavenly Father, please help me to forgive those who have hurt me and let go of any bitterness or resentment I may be holding onto in the name of JESUS CHRIST."
2:"Lord, please give me the strength to forgive others as You have forgiven me in the name of JESUS CHRIST."
3:"God, please help me to see others through Your eyes and to extend grace and forgiveness to them, as You have done for me in the name of JESUS CHRIST."
4:"Jesus, please heal any wounds in my heart caused by past hurts and enable me to forgive fully and completely in the name of JESUS CHRIST."
5:"Holy Spirit, please give me the wisdom and discernment to know when and how to forgive, and to do so in a way that honors You in the name of JESUS CHRIST."
6:"Heavenly Father, please help me to forgive myself for any mistakes or failures I may be carrying guilt and shame over in the name of JESUS CHRIST."
7:"Lord, please break any chains of unforgiveness in my life and set me free to live in the freedom of Your forgiveness in the name of JESUS CHRIST."
8:"God, please give me the courage to confront and forgive those who have hurt me, even if it is difficult or uncomfortable in the name of JESUS CHRIST."
9:"Jesus, please teach me how to extend forgiveness to others in a way that is healing and restorative for both them and for me in the name of JESUS CHRIST."
10:"Holy Spirit, please give me a heart of compassion and empathy towards others, so that I can forgive them from a place of love in the name of JESUS CHRIST."
*©The Warehouse Of GOD Ministry*
[30/01, 05:42] +60 10-236 6882: *_"And Jesus, immediately knowing in Himself that power had gone out of Him, turned around in the crowd and said, “Who touched My clothes?” But His disciples said to Him, “You see the multitude thronging You, and You say, ‘Who touched Me?’” And He looked around to see her who had done this thing. But the woman, fearing and trembling, knowing what had happened to her, came and fell down before Him and told Him the whole truth. And He said to her, “Daughter, your faith has made you well. Go in peace, and be healed of your affliction.”_*
*_Jesus Is Pleased When You Take from Him!_*
_*In the healing of the woman with the issue of blood, you could say that the woman sneaked up behind Jesus and “stole” her healing! But was Jesus offended? Not at all! In fact, He was so pleased with her boldness that He just had to meet her.*_
_*Jesus did not seek her out to rebuke her. No, He sought her out so that He could affirm her with His love and assure her that He wasn’t angry with her for having taken a portion of healing virtue from Him. That’s why He even called her “daughter” and encouraged her to walk in her healing—“Go in peace, and be healed of your affliction.”*_
_*Beloved, that’s the heart of your Saviour. He freely gives out His healing virtue to anyone who will take it from Him. So reach out and take from Him right now and bring pleasure to His heart!*_
*_Have a wonderful and blessed day. God bless._* 🌹✝️🙏🏻
[30/01, 05:44] +60 10-236 6882: *YOUR EXALTED PLACE IN HIM*
_Who hath delivered us from the power of darkness, and hath translated us into the kingdom of his dear Son_ *(Colossians 1:13)*
Oftentimes, some Christians describe their encounters with demons and how they’re often oppressed by the powers of darkness. To such folks, the question that often comes to my mind is, *“Who is Jesus? Didn’t He give us power over devils?”*
The Bible says we’ve been delivered—transferred and translated—from the jurisdiction of darkness into the Kingdom of God’s Love-Son. That’s your current place of domicile. You’re far above principalities and powers; vitally and effectively superior to Satan and the demons of hell!
Jesus said in Luke 10:19, *“Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you.”* Until and unless this becomes your present-hour consciousness, perception and outlook on life, you’ll live a life that’s far lower than your calling in Christ.
Here’s something I did many years ago that I recommend you do for yourself: get your notepad or diary and write as a title, *“Why I have power over devils.”* Then, get into the Bible and write out every scripture you can find about Jesus, who He is, and who you are in Him! You’d be amazed and inspired by what you’d discover about Jesus Christ, the power He’s given you, and your exalted place in Him. You’re in Him; inseparably one with Him. As He is, so are you in this world (1 John 4:17).
How is He? He is the effulgence of the Father’s glory. He is glory personified. Who is He? He’s Himself, God! Where is He? He’s at the place of highest honour and supreme authority in the heavenly realm: *“exalted as first above every ruler, authority, government, and realm of power in existence! He is gloriously enthroned over every name that is ever praised, not only in this age, but in the age that is coming”* (Ephesians 1:21 TPT). The most enthralling part of it all is that you’re in Him, gloriously enthroned with Him and exalted, far above every ruler, authority, government and realm of power in existence. Blessed be God!
_I live in the Kingdom of God’s Love-Son; that’s the realm into which I was born; a realm of glory, beyond time and space; the realm of the miraculous. I refuse to condescend to the earthly level of life or reasoning. I rule over demons and circumstances, dominating this physical world with the principles of our heavenly Kingdom. Hallelujah!_
*Colossians 1:12-13* Giving thanks unto the Father, which hath made us meet to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in light: *13* Who hath delivered us from the power of darkness, and hath translated us into the kingdom of his dear Son:
*Ephesians 1:21-23 TPT* And now he is exalted as first above every ruler, authority, government, and realm of power in existence! He is gloriously enthroned over every name that is ever praised, not only in this age, but in the age that is coming! *22* And he alone is the leader and source of everything needed in the church. God has put everything beneath the authority of Jesus Christ and has given him the highest rank above all others. *23* And now we, his church, are his body on the earth and that which fills him who is being filled by it!
*Ephesians 2:6* And hath raised us up together, and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus:
*1 Year Bible Reading Plan :* Matthew 21:1-32 & Exodus 18-19
*2 Year Bible Reading Plan :* Matthew 11:1-10 & Genesis 30.
*Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional*
_Pastor Chris Oyakhilome PhD_
_Monday, 30th January 2023_
[30/01, 16:27] +60 10-236 6882: (Our Unity in the Father)
“One God and Father of all who is over all and through all and in all” (Ephesians 4:6).
There is only one God, and we will have a strong testimony by worshiping Him and holding on to what unites us.
The last point of Christian unity Paul mentions in Ephesians 4:4-6 is that Christians have “one God and Father.” In Paul’s day, people believed in many gods; so he emphasizes our God’s uniqueness. No person or object can compare with God because He is “above all,” which means He is the sovereign creator and controller of the universe; He is “through all,” as the providential upholder of the universe; and He is “in all,” which refers to His personal, indwelling presence.
Throughout the Old Testament, God emphasizes His uniqueness: “Know therefore today, and take it to your heart, that the Lord, He is God in heaven above and on the earth below; there is no other” (Deut. 4:39). “I am the Lord, and there is no other; besides Me there is no God” (Isa. 45:5). The Israelites were surrounded by nations that worshiped many gods, and God had to continually warn them about idolatry and judge them when they practiced it.
Israel’s worship of the only true God was to be their central point of unity. It was to set them apart from the nations around them. By worshiping Him alone, they not only would remain strong as a nation, but would be a witness to the Gentiles of God’s greatness.
As Christians, we have the same Father, and like Israel, our unity is founded on Him, as well as the other “ones” listed in Ephesians 4:4-6: one Body, one Spirit, one hope of our calling, one Lord, one faith, and one baptism. When we hold to these, we will be a powerful witness to the world.
Suggestions for Prayer
Praise God for His uniqueness, that He alone is above all, through all, and in all.
For Further Study👇👇👇
The Psalms not only are rich with instruction about God but are also excellent means of praising Him. Read one psalm a day for the next several months, and write down what you learn about God. Whenever the psalmist praises God, let that be your prayer as well. When you have finished reading all the Psalms, you will know, honour, and love God more than ever.
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