The Safest Deposit of All 

The Safest Deposit of All 

The Safest Deposit of All

“Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight” (Proverbs 3:5-6).

When a difficult situation arises, do you turn to others for help? Do you attempt to resolve the situation alone? Or do you ask God to give you wisdom and guidance?

The moment we give our lives to the Lord, we must break the habit of relying on our clever minds to carry us through life. No matter how intelligent we are, there will be times when only God’s wisdom can lead us to the perfect solution. Of course, God has given us our minds to use for good in this world, but we must humble ourselves before the one who created our very minds. We must remember it is God who is all-knowing and all-powerful. We may not recognize it, especially if we feel trapped by our circumstances, but no problem we ever have is too great for God.

Our challenge as believers is taking this Truth to heart. Sometimes, we give our hearts to God only to take them back when surrender to Him becomes inconvenient.

But when you put your life into God’s hands, you must resolve to leave it there. Just as no money market account matures with excessive withdrawals, you will struggle to grow when you continually seize control of your life after depositing it into His hands.

It is never easy to relinquish total control. We feel helpless as we sit by and watch. Yet God wants us to surrender so He can do His greatest work in us, the work of completely transforming our hearts and minds as He molds us into the image of Christ. While we may have an idea of what God wants to do with our lives, we do not know the fullness of what He desires to do; therefore, we must allow Him to have total control.

As you give God control of your life, He will shape you into the person He intends for you to be. Remember: There is no one you can trust more than the Son of God.

Prayer: Lord, I want You to be in control of my life today, leading me through Your Holy Spirit. Help me to submit to You daily. I pray in the name of Jesus. Amen.

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Concerning the Hope and Resurrection I Am

Concerning the Hope and Resurrection I Am

But when Paul perceived that one part were Sadducees and the other Pharisees, he cried out in the council, “Men and brethren, I am a Pharisee, the son of a Pharisee; concerning the hope and resurrection of the dead I am being judged!”

Because of a misunderstanding, the apostle Paul was seized, dragged out of the temple and beaten by men trying to kill him (Acts 21:27-31). The Roman soldiers saved Paul’s life but couldn’t understand what Paul had done to cause the riot.

Paul was not shy to mention his Roman citizenship to his advantage with the Romans; and when he was tried before the Sanhedrin, he astutely used his belief in the resurrection to play on the natural divisions in the council.

Paul had been a Pharisee before his conversion and well knew that the Pharisees believed in the resurrection. The Sadducees did not believe in the resurrection of the dead or in angels, so Paul’s announcement divided the council and perhaps saved him from immediate condemnation.

Of course, the Christian belief in Jesus Christ’s resurrection making possible the other resurrections was much different from the Pharisees’ belief, but this essential Christian teaching is an important starting point in preaching the good news of God’s plan.

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Praise in Spiritual Battles 

Praise in Spiritual Battles 

We are in constant spiritual warfare against Satan. He tries to enslave our bodies with addictions and excesses, our minds with heresies and paralyzing doubts, our spirits with guilt and shame. He seeks to take away our joy, rip apart our families, and wreck our relationships with Jesus Christ and His church. When you face trying times and temptations, those are the moments when you need to praise God the most.

Praising God empowers us to defeat the devil. When we praise God, we proclaim the Truth about God, which the devil cannot stand to hear. The great strength of our praise in spiritual warfare is that in praise we exercise faith in God’s love and His victory over Satan. God loves and God wins. Period.

So how do you praise God during spiritual struggles? You can praise God for sending Jesus to win the eternal war for your soul. Praise Him for using the Holy Spirit to convict you of your sins and convince you of your need for a Savior. Praise Him for His guidance and strength in overcoming obstacles. Praise Him for His overwhelming love for you, even when you struggle with temptations and stumble.

You can spend hours praising God for your salvation, and you will not even have scratched the surface of how much God is worthy to be praised. We defeat the forces that would seek to destroy us, undermine our faith, diminish our influence, and demolish our integrity in our praise of the one, true King.

“For great is his love toward us, and the faithfulness of the LORD endures forever. Praise the LORD” (Psalm 117:2).

Prayer: God, thank You for Your love and for sending Your Son to die for me. Thank You that, in the midst of spiritual battles, I can rise above my circumstances in victory as I praise Your holy name. I pray in the name of Jesus. Amen.

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Do You Have Idols?

Do You Have Idols?

The Thessalonians had been idol worshipers—but they had made a 180-degree turnabout. They had broken away from idols and now served the one true God. Not only did they serve God, but they patiently awaited the return of His Son, the risen Lord Jesus.

Here we see the three great evidences of faith: (1) You turn. (2) You serve. (3) You wait for Jesus to return.

You might say, “But Michael, I don’t worship idols. I’ve never bowed down to an idol in my life. This passage doesn’t apply to me.”

Please understand, an idol is not merely a little god fashioned out of tin or stone. An idol is anything—or anyone—that occupies our attention, our finances, and our time. An idol is anything or anyone that controls us. An idol is anything that takes the place in our lives where God belongs. Our idols today might be selfish ambitions, the accumulation of wealth and power, an infatuation with another person, an addiction to a substance or a behavior, or an obsession with pleasure and fun.

Many of us who claim Jesus as Lord and Savior would have to admit that these are idols in our lives. By the grace of God, by the power of the Holy Spirit, we need to declare that we hereby turn away from these idols, and we turn to the living God.

Prayer: Lord, forgive me for setting up idols in Your place. Reveal them to me so that I may repent and turn away from them and to You. May I joyfully serve Your Kingdom as I await the return of my Savior, Jesus Christ. I pray in the name of Jesus. Amen.

 

 

Look Up to God 

Look Up to God 

In Acts 16, Paul had “one of those days.” On the way to the house of prayer, a young slave woman began following him and Silas. Her shouts were meant to draw unwanted attention to the apostle. In reality, the enemy was seeking to run Paul and his evangelistic team out of town. But Paul commanded the harassing spirit to leave this young woman (see Acts 16:18).

Her owners, who made money through her fortune-telling, were not happy. Frustrations grew until the entire city of Philippi erupted.
The crowd joined in the attack against Paul and Silas, and the magistrates ordered them to be stripped and beaten with rods. After they had been severely flogged, they were thrown into prison, . . . (Acts 16:22-23)
If anyone had a reason to be depressed, it was Paul and Silas. Yet, they did not allow their circumstances to cause them to question the providence of God. Instead, they turned a bad situation into one of praise to the Lord (see Acts 16:25).

God had a plan for their imprisonment. At midnight the door to their jail cell opened, and they were free men—but they did not leave because they knew it would mean death for the jailer who had been given the charge to watch over them. He was amazed by their commitment to God and accepted Christ as his Savior, but the story did not end there. The jailer’s entire family was saved, and the next morning Paul and Silas were freed.

The next time you are tempted to be downcast, look up to God. Ask Him to use you as an instrument of Truth, hope, and encouragement to others. Pass His love on, and you will be set free from every thought of depression.
Prayer: Though my world seems unstable and ever-changing, I will praise You, Lord. Open my eyes to opportunities where You are calling me to be bold. I pray in the name of Jesus. Amen.

“After Paul and Silas came out of the prison, they went to Lydia’s house, where they met with the brothers and sisters and encouraged them” (Acts 16:40).

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Speak to that mountain by Faith

Speak to that mountain by Faith

For verily I say unto you, that whosover shall say unto this mountain, be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsover he saith,”(Mark 11:23)

What are mountain? Mountain are obstacle, barrier, blockage, hindrance, stopping block. Your present mountain may be fear to take major decision to the next levels, decision of career change, decision for new project, decision for geographical relocation to new environment?

For God’s to remove this mountain, seek for God’s divine direction. The bible says thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path (Psalm 119:105) The secret things belong unto the Lord our God’s but those things which are revealed belong unto us and to our children for ever (Deuteronomy 29:29) With the divine direction you can speak to every mountain and they shalt become plain. The bible says who are thou, O great mountain? Before Zerubbabel thou shalt become a plain: and he shall bring forth the head stone thereof with shoutings, crying grace, grace unto it.(Zechariah 4:7) That’s why I pray someone this new month the bible says thou shalt also decree a thing, and it shall be established unto thee and the light shall shine upon thy ways (Job 22:28)

I decree prophetically upon your life this month receive faith with divine direction that will remove hindrances, barriers on your way to the next levels in the name of Jesus Christ (Amen!)

Have a blissful productive new month with divine favour in the name of Jesus Christ (Amen)

#Shalom #GV Prophetic Voice

Prophet Funsho Daniel
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