Open Heavens Devotional by Pastor E.A. Adeboye MEMORIZE: “For I will restore health unto thee, and I will heal thee of thy wounds, saith the LORD; because they called thee an Outcast, saying, This is Zion, whom no man seeketh after” (Jer. 30:17).
READ: Judges 16:22-30
It is common knowledge that there is no glory in defeat. If you have ever been a champion in any game, you would know this. As long as you are the reigning champion, your fans will hail you wherever you go. You will make headlines and your fame will go before you. But the day you are defeated, you lose your title and away goes your glory! The blow that knocks out a champion is hardly seen when it is coming. The fellow will only rise from the ground to discover he is no longer the champion. From that moment, he can no longer lift his head high in the public. In fact, he will do anything to avoid going to such places because of the attendant shame. He has suddenly become an ex-champion. At that moment, his crown, and fame are…
Open Heavens Devotional by Pastor E.A. Adeboye MEMORIZE: “And the Egyptians were urgent upon the people, that they might send them out of the l in haste; for they said, We be all dead men.” (Exodus 12:33)
READ: Exodus 12:31-33
Apart from rising against pain, sicknesses and diseases, when God asked the Israelites to eat the Passover meal, it was meant to move Him to arise against retardation and stagnation. If there were people who knew what it felt like to be on the same spot, it was the Israelites. Today, some people have been on the same level in the office for four to five years. How do you feel when your contemporaries are elevated to the next level while you are left behind? Now imagine being on a spot for over 400 years! For that whole period, the Israelites were tied down by forces they could not challenge. They recorded no form of movement. They kept working as slaves but could not move forward or upwards. At best, they wandered about in circles. They remained on the same spot ph…
According to the message delivered by Pastor E.A. Adeboyeon Saturday, 7th of January 2017 RCCG fasting is going to be for 40 days; starting on Wednesday 11th of January till Sunday 19th February, 2017.We are to gather together daily to pray both in the MORNING and EVENING.PRAYER GUIDE
Intense praise. (God has done so much for us)
We need to pray that God will give us grace to please Him in every way possible this year (Possible ways to please God includes: Soul winning, Tithe, Offering, First fruit, Follow-up, House Fellowship, Church attendance, Living Holy, Living Pure).
Pray that God will show Himself mighty on our behalf (If He should show himself mighty on our behalf, anyone who tried to mess with us will be destroyed, barrenness will disappear).