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Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Kenneth Copeland Ministries Daily Devotional  February 23 2017- Don't Stop at the Gate

Kenneth Copeland Ministries Daily Devotional February 23 2017- Don't Stop at the Gate

TOPIC- Don't Stop at the Gate


Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need.
Hebrews 4:16



When you made Jesus the Lord of your life, one of the privileges you received was the right to come to the throne room of God any time you want to. Think about that! You have the right to go boldly before God and obtain whatever you need.

Even though that's clearly what the Bible says, many people don't act like the believe it. They go boldly into the throne room. Instead they think, I could never go in to where God is. I'll just stand out here and yell and hope He hears me. I used to be guilty of that myself.

I remember one day I was in prayer, begging and pleading, bombarding the gates of heaven for revival. After I'd been at it a little while, the Lord spoke to me. What are you doing? He said.


"I'm bombarding the gates of heaven with prayer for revival," I answered.

Kenneth, how big is My city? He asked me.

"As far as I can tell from what the Bible says, it's about 1200 cubits or somewhere around 1500 miles square and 1500 miles high."

Then why are you bombarding the gates? Assuming that My throne is in the middle of the city that leaves you about 750 miles short! And, by the way, He added, those gates aren't locked. Why don't you quit bombarding them and just come on in?

After I repented for mimicking old traditional prayers without thinking, I remembered that the Word says, "Come boldly to the throne" and I've been coming boldly ever since.

Do you need to receive something from God today? Don't waste time standing around outside heaven's gates. Through Jesus you belong in the very throne room of God. So come right on in. The door is always open for you.

Scripture Reading:
Hebrews 4:14-16, 5:1-9

Kenneth Copeland Ministries Daily Devotional  February 23 2017- Don't Stop at the Gate


About Us
Hello, we’re Kenneth and Gloria Copeland. For the last 49 years, we’ve been passionately teaching Christians all over the world how to apply the principles of faith found in God’s WORD to their lives.

We have seven ministry offices around the world: United States, Canada, Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, Ukraine and Latin America. Our God-given directive is to preach and teach the uncompromised WORD of God on every available voice, which is being accomplished through a variety of channels, including our Believer’s Voice of Victory TV and radio broadcasts, podcast and magazine; Believers’ Conventions, Victory Campaigns and Living Victory meetings; published books, website, and social media channels, to name a few.

With the expansion of technology, we have more work to do now than ever. We are determined to let the world know Jesus is LORD, and we’re not slowing down anytime soon!

Watch this video to get more of an idea of what The LORD is doing through KCM.
Daily Devotional with Andrew Wommack  February 23 2017- HE WILL SHARE HIS REWARD

Daily Devotional with Andrew Wommack February 23 2017- HE WILL SHARE HIS REWARD

TOPIC- HE WILL SHARE HIS REWARD


Matthew 5:12, "Rejoice, and be exceedingly glad: for great [is] your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you."



MATTHEW 5:10-12
Jesus is saying that persecution should actually cause us to rejoice. There are many positive things about persecution but one of the best reasons to rejoice is because of the reward awaiting us in heaven.Daily Devotional with Andrew Wommack  February 23 2017- HE WILL SHARE HIS REWARD

Jesus takes the persecution of His saints very seriously as can be seen during the Damascus road experience of the apostle Paul. The Lord asked Paul (then Saul), "Why are you persecuting me?" (Acts 9:4) He didn't say, "Why are you persecuting my people?" but "Why are you persecuting me?"


It is not actually us that people are rejecting but they are rejecting the One we represent. Therefore, Jesus promised to share His reward with us. All the glory and honor that Jesus has and will receive will be shared with those who have suffered shame for His name's sake (Rom. 8:17). What a great reward!

Focusing on the reward instead of the persecution can actually make us rejoice when people speak against us (Acts 5:41). Paul actually longed to experience the fellowship that Jesus provided to those who suffered for His sake (Phil. 3:10). God's reward is infinitely greater than any suffering we will ever encounter.

Daily Devotional with Andrew Wommack  February 23 2017- HE WILL SHARE HIS REWARD
Billy Graham Daily Devotional February 23 2017- Living in His Power

Billy Graham Daily Devotional February 23 2017- Living in His Power

TOPIC- Living in His Power


I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.
—Philippians 4:13



Jesus had a humble heart. If He abides in us, pride will never dominate our lives. Jesus had a loving heart. If He dwells within us, hatred and bitterness will never rule us. Jesus had a forgiving and understanding heart. If He lives within us, mercy will temper our relationships with our fellowmen. Jesus had an unselfish heart. If He lives in us, selfishness will not predominate, but service to God and others will come before our selfish interests. You say, “That’s a big order!” I admit that. It would be impossible if you had to measure up to Him in your own strength and with your natural heart. Paul recognized that he could never attain this heart purity by his own striving. Billy Graham Daily Devotional February 23 2017- Living in His Power


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Prayer for the day
So live in me today that I will be able to radiate Your love and grace, Jesus.


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Billy GrahamWilliam (Billy) F. Graham, Jr.
Evangelist and Chairman of the Board

Evangelist Billy Graham took Christ literally when He said in Mark 16:15, “Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature.”

Mr. Graham has preached the Gospel to more people in live audiences than anyone else in history—nearly 215 million people in more than 185 countries and territories—through various meetings, including Mission World and Global Mission. Hundreds of millions more have been reached through television, video, film, and webcasts.

Billy Graham Daily Devotional February 23 2017- Living in His Power

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

The Christian Home (3) by Pastor Faith Oyedepo

The Christian Home (3) by Pastor Faith Oyedepo

Topic: The Christian Home (3)


Dear Reader,

It is a great joy for me to bring God’s Word your way today. It is a new day for you! Two weeks ago, I taught on: “What a Christian home is.” Last week, I explained to you the characteristics of a Christian home. Today, I want to show you what true love does in the home.

Love is a vital key for the effective running of the home. Love is the price every member of your home must pay to have a glorious home. The Word of God says: And above all things have fervent charity among yourselves: for charity shall cover the multitude of sins (1 Peter 4:8).

If you want your home to be a glorious one, love is the requirement and it is mandatory. Also, note that this love does not have its origin in the world, but in God. The Word of God says: He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love (1 John 4:8). A Christian home must be one where the love of God is practised as a way of life.

WHAT TRUE LOVE DOES

By true love, I mean God’s kind of love that is demonstrated in actions. Let’s see in practical terms how Jesus loves and how He expects us to love. I shall be taking my text from 1 Corinthians 13:4-5. Reading from The Living Bible, it says: Love is very patient and kind, never jealous or envious, never boastful or proud, Never haughty or selfish or rude.  Love does not demand its own way.  It is not irritable or touchy.  It does not hold grudges and will hardly even notice when others do it wrong.

True love is patient and kind:

While Jesus walked on the earth, He was an epitome of patience and kindness. He tolerated and accommodated His disciples.  He could have given up on them out of anger, but He didn’t. Going beyond His disciples to the Jews at large, whose sick He healed, whose dead He raised and whose demoniacs He freed, Jesus was still an epitome of patience. He closed His eyes to their jeering and went to the Cross for all our sakes. Jesus was kindness personified! Many miracles He wrought were based on compassion.

God, then, instructed man to love as He did. But many things try the patience of husbands –especially, imperfect wives. However, if Christ was patient with us, then husbands ought to endure and be patient with their wives.

True love is never jealous or envious


I want you to know that Jesus was never jealous of His disciples’ achievements. When the 70 disciples went out in twos and wrought great deliverance, all Jesus said was: He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father (John 14:12). Jesus’ love compelled Him not to envy the works of His disciples, but to desire that they did greater works. Likewise, husbands need not to feel threatened by their wives’ success. Rather, they should wish them well and encourage them to put in their best. Even if the wife earns more money, perfect love places a demand on the husband to desire only good for her.

True love is never boastful or proud

Jesus never spoke proudly or boastfully of Himself.  Everything He said and did on earth, He identified God the Father as the doer. The Word of God says: …The Son can do nothing of himself, but what he seeth the Father do… (John 5:19). Jesus had cause to boast about His works, but His eyes were focused on God and on the ones He had come to save. Some husbands tend to get carried away with the things they provide in the house and are misled to think: “I am the breadwinner in this house. I do so and so. I give and give and give!” However, when you realise that the only reason you have is because God provided for you, your language will change.

True love is not selfish, haughty or rude

“Me, myself and I”, has destroyed so many homes. Another name for it is selfishness. Marriage is built on selflessness and courtesy. Jesus, our perfect example, was not selfish. He relinquished His throne to live on the earth for 331/2 years. The Word of God says: For ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that, though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, that ye through his poverty might be rich (2 Corinthians 8:9). Husbands must pay the price of selflessness, if they want an enviable marriage.

Does not demand its own way

Love does not demand its own way! This does not mean that the man should become subservient. No! The key word here is “demand”. This word means “to claim as a right.” Love means asking, “Could you do this please?” You’re neither begging, nor rude. It is a mixture of authority and courtesy. The Word of God says: Pleasant words are as an honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones (Proverbs 16:24).

True love is not Irritable or touchy

This means that you should not be over-sensitive. Some people are offended at the slightest thing. They just flare up and fly off the handle. Some are very touchy. Husbands, learn to desensitize your nerve! If Jesus had been over-sensitive, He would have fought the Pharisees who always sought to trap him. Your wife is neither a Pharisee nor Sadducees; so, loosen up!
The Christian Home (3) by Pastor Faith Oyedepo

True love does not hold grudges or notice when it’s wronged

A grudge is an angry feeling against a person, for something he has done in the past; it leads to unforgiveness. But, true love forgives and forgets, and does not keep record of wrongs.

To have access to true love, you need to surrender your life to Christ by saying this prayer: Dear Lord Jesus Christ, I come to You today. I am a sinner. Forgive me of my sins and cleanse me with Your Blood. Deliver me from sin and satan to serve the living God. I accept You as my Lord and Saviour. Make me a child of God today. Thank You for accepting me into Your Kingdom.

If you prayed this simple prayer, you are now a child of God. He loves you and will never leave you. Read your Bible daily, obey God’s Word and seek Christian fellowship (John 14:21).

Congratulations! You are now born again! All-round rest and peace are guaranteed you, in Jesus’ Name. Call or write, and share your testimonies with me through contact@faithoyedepo.org, pstfaithoyedepo@gmail.com; OR 07026385437 and 08141320204.

For more insight, these books authored by me are available at the Dominion Bookstores in all Living Faith Churches and other leading Christian bookstores: Marriage Covenant, Making Marriage Work, Building A Successful Home and Success in Marriage (Co-Authored).

Who is Faith Oyedepo?
Pastor Faith Abiola Oyedepo is the wife of Dr. David Oyedepo, the founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide a.k.a. Winners’ Chapel, and Senior Pastor of Faith Tabernacle, Canaanland, Ota, Nigeria. She propagates the Good News of Jesus Christ along with her husband, in numerous nations of the world, with a mission to liberate the oppressed.

The Christian Home (3) by Pastor Faith Oyedepo
David Abioye's Daily Devotional Today: 2017-02-22- YOUR MOUTH, YOUR LIFE

David Abioye's Daily Devotional Today: 2017-02-22- YOUR MOUTH, YOUR LIFE

TOPIC- YOUR MOUTH, YOUR LIFE


Your life is at the mercy of your mouth.

Your mouth is the rudder of your life.

Your mouth organizes and directs your life.

Life opens in the direction of your mouth.
David Abioye's Daily Devotional Today: 2017-02-22- YOUR MOUTH, YOUR LIFE

Don’t close your mouth if you don’t want your life to close.

Don’t use your mouth to describe your situation, rather use it to declare your expectation.


God is committed to perform only what your mouth releases.

Now, take full charge of your life by declaring what you want to see happening.

Num.14:28; Is.44:26, Mk.11:24

About Bishop Abioye

Bishop David O. Abioye is a Pastor of long standing experience under the ministry of his life-time mentor, Bishop David Oyedepo who is the President of the Living Faith Church, worldwide (aka Winners Family), and also Pastor Faith Tabernacle – the largest church auditorium in the world.  Bishop David Abioye is presently the Senior Pastor of Living Faith Church, Goshen City, Km 26 Abuja-Keffi Road - Nigeria, West Africa.


David Abioye's Daily Devotional Today: 2017-02-22- YOUR MOUTH, YOUR LIFE
DCLM Daily Manna February 22, 2017 by Pastor Kumuyi – Wrath against Sin

DCLM Daily Manna February 22, 2017 by Pastor Kumuyi – Wrath against Sin

Topic: Wrath against Sin [Wednesday February 22, 2017]


Text: Ezekiel 22:13-22

Key Verse: "Can thine heart endure, or can thine hands be strong, in the days that I shall deal with thee? I the LORD have spoken it, and will do it" (Ezekiel 22:14).



Though Israel enjoyed a covenant relationship of being God’s own nation, she could be described as a grievous, prodigal nation. Despite God’s faithfulness to His covenant with Abraham, Israel often grieved the Lord and provoked Him to anger. Many times, the Israelites were "unstable as water" in their relationship with God. This has been a recurrent trend and a major object of reproach.

The Lord laments before Ezekiel in the following: "Son of man, the house of Israel is to me become dross: all they are brass, and tin, and iron, and lead, in the midst of the furnace; they are even the dross of silver" (Ezekiel 22:18). They were involved in some of the most shocking sins that could not be imagined of a nation whose God was the holy and mighty God.


They were involved in such sins as shedding of blood (Ezekiel 22:3); oppression of strangers, the fatherless and widows (Ezekiel 22:7); idolatry and fornication (Ezekiel 22:9); sodomy with their biological fathers and sleeping with women with blood (Ezekiel 22:10); adultery and incest (Ezekiel 22:11); hired assassination, usury and extortion (Ezekiel 22:12) and making dishonest gain. God’s response was consequently direct and clear. As a holy and righteous God, he was going to punish them according to their abominations: "As they gather silver, and brass, and iron, and lead, and tin, into the midst of the furnace, to blow the fire upon it; so will I gather you in my anger and in my fury, and I will leave you there, and melt you" (Ezekiel 22:20). As God’s people today, where do we stand? Are we indulging in some or all these evils and expecting God’s grace to abound? God forbid. God has not changed.

He won’t spare anyone found wanting. "It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God" (Hebrews 10:31). There must be repentance, restitution and restoration before we can escape His wrath. "Today if ye hear his voice, harden not your heart".

Thought for the day:

 Sin is just a little poison; if embraced, it kills even giants.

Bible Reading in one Year: Psalm 119:1-56

DCLM Daily Manna was written by Pastor William Folorunso Kumuyi; is the founder and General Superintendent of the Deeper Life Bible Church situated at KM 42 on the busy Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Nigeria.
Joyce Meyer Daily Devotionals  February 22, 2017- Realistic Expectations

Joyce Meyer Daily Devotionals February 22, 2017- Realistic Expectations

TOPIC- Realistic Expectations


Each time he said, “My grace is all you need. My power works best in weakness.” So now I am glad to boast about my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ can work through me. 
—2 Corinthians 12:9 NLT



How we treat ourselves is often how we treat others. For example, if you receive God’s mercy, then you will be able to give mercy to others, but if you are demanding and never satisfied with yourself, you will be the same way with others.

We need to learn to be good to ourselves and yet not be self-centered. You should respect and value yourself; you should know what you are good at and what you are not good at and realize God’s strength is perfected in your weaknesses. We stress over our faults and yet everyone has them. If you had no faults, you would not need Jesus, and that is never going to happen! Joyce Meyer Daily Devotionals  February 22, 2017- Realistic Expectations


Power Thought: I have realistic expectations of myself and others.

About Joyce
President

Joyce Meyer is one of the world's leading practical Bible teachers. A New York Times bestselling author, her books have helped millions of people find hope and restoration through Jesus Christ. Through Joyce Meyer Ministries, she teaches on a number of topics with a particular focus on the mind, mouth, moods and attitudes. Her candid communication style allows her to share openly and practically about her experiences so others can apply what she has learned to their lives.


Joyce Meyer Daily Devotionals  February 22, 2017- Realistic Expectations
Joel Osteen Ministries Devotional February 22, 2017- He Laughs in the Heavens

Joel Osteen Ministries Devotional February 22, 2017- He Laughs in the Heavens

TOPIC- He Laughs in the Heavens


TODAY'S SCRIPTURE:

"He Who sits in the heavens laughs..."
Psalm 2:4, AMPC



TODAY'S WORD:
Have you ever thought about God laughing in the heavens? Right now, God is on the throne. He’s not mad. He’s not worried about the economy. He’s not upset with you and me. God is full of joy and laughing on the throne. It goes on to tell us in Psalm 37 that He’s laughing because “He can see the destruction of the enemy coming.” In other words, the reason God laughs is because He knows the end of the story. He knows the final outcome. The good news is that you and I win. God always causes us to triumph! 

Imagine watching the Super Bowl when you already know the outcome. You already know who is going to win. No matter how far behind the winning team falls, no matter how bad it looks for them, you wouldn’t get upset. You wouldn’t be worried. Why? You’ve got inside information. You know the final outcome. That’s what God is saying to us today. When it gets tough and things don’t look like they’re going to work out, we know that with God, we are on the winning team! Today, you can laugh with Him knowing that He has favor, strength and victory in store for your future! Joel Osteen Ministries Devotional February 22, 2017- He Laughs in the Heavens


PRAYER FOR TODAY:
"Father, I choose to rest and trust in You. Thank You for bringing victory in every area of my life. Give me opportunities today to share Your joy and love with the people around me in Jesus’ name. Amen."

About Joel Osteen

Raised in Houston, Texas, with a loving family of seven and world-renowned parents in full-time ministry, Joel Osteen never imagined that he would follow so closely in his father’s footsteps. As a young man, his training and interests were behind the scenes in television production though he was close to his father in ministry. "There’s no greater feeling than being able to help people rise higher and overcome something and feel better about themselves. I think that we’re all made to help others, to lift people up.” - Joel Osteen

Joel Osteen Ministries Devotional February 22, 2017- He Laughs in the Heavens

Joseph Prince Devotional February 22, 2017- Having All Things Added To You

Joseph Prince Devotional February 22, 2017- Having All Things Added To You

Topic- Having All Things Added To You


Matthew 6:33
But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.




You are probably a responsible person who is concerned about providing well for your family—making sure that there is food on the table, money for the children’s needs, comfort and education, and so on.

What does God have to say to us about these legitimate concerns? According to Matthew 6:31, He tells us, “Do not worry.” Now, He is not saying that we don’t need all these things because in the same portion of scripture He says, “For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things.” (Matthew 6:32)

So God cares about us having these things. He wants us to have all these things. In fact, He wants all these things added to us. And He tells us that the way these things are added to us is by us seeking first the kingdom of God and His righteousness. Therefore, our number one priority every day is to seek the kingdom of God and His righteousness. It is not to seek to add these things to ourselves.

But what is righteousness? Righteousness is not right behavior. It is right standing with the Father. It is the clearance of all your guilt, which makes you able to stand before God. It is not something you get through right behavior. It is a gift from God. Paul calls it “the gift of righteousness”. (Romans 5:17) And to “seek” this gift is to be conscious of the fact that you have it, to confess that you are righteous in Christ.

So this righteousness we are told to seek is not right behavior, but right standing before God, which comes to us as a gift when we receive salvation. At the cross, Jesus didn’t just remove our sins, He also gave us His righteousness so that today, we can come boldly before the throne of God and receive freely everything that He died to give us!


Today, if you want to provide your family with the good things in life, be assured that your heavenly Father knows that you need these things. Just seek His righteousness, not your own righteousness, and “all these things shall be added to you”! Joseph Prince Devotional February 22, 2017- Having All Things Added To You

Thought For The Day
Jesus gave us His righteousness so that we can come boldly before the throne of God and receive freely everything that He died to give us!

About JOSEPH & WENDY PRINCE


With more than two decades of full-time ministry behind him, Joseph Prince is today a leading voice in proclaiming the gospel of grace around the world through his books, teaching resources, and television ministry.
The author of best sellers such as The Power of Right Believing, Destined To Reign, and Unmerited Favor, Joseph is also a highly sought-after conference speaker

Wendy Prince

A devoted wife to Pastor Prince and a loving mother to Jessica Shayna and Justin David, Wendy Prince epitomizes the virtuous woman mentioned in Proverbs 31. She is a constant source of love and support to Joseph, and has committed herself to bringing Jessica and Justin up in the ways of the Lord. Her humility, warmth, and genuine love for God and people have led to her counseling and touching many lives.

Joseph Prince Devotional February 22, 2017- Having All Things Added To You
Read the SEEDS OF DESTINY anywhere By  Dr. Paul Enenche Wednesday, 22 February 2017- KEYS TO FULFILLING DESTINY

Read the SEEDS OF DESTINY anywhere By Dr. Paul Enenche Wednesday, 22 February 2017- KEYS TO FULFILLING DESTINY

TOPIC- KEYS TO FULFILLING DESTINY

ENGLISH, SPANISH AND FRENCH TRANSLATIONS 


SCRIPTURE:  This I say then: Walk in the Spirit, and you shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh. Galatians 5:16


THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: You will never reach your destiny until you stretch your potential.

It has been confirmed that God’s original intention for creating us is to fulfil His purpose for our lives. Therefore, it is important to know what we must do in order to fulfil God’s purpose for our lives.

What are the keys to fulfilling destiny?

1. Absolute surrender to the Holy Spirit.
Allow the Holy Spirit to take over your life. You need Him to empower your will so that you will be able to do what you want to do.

2. Learn to deny yourself.
You must learn to say ‘no’ to the flesh. You must learn to tell your flesh to do what you want it to do. When the mind is made up, anything is possible.  You can only get the best of your mind when you allow it to work. You will never be able to reach your destiny until you stretch your potential.

3. Surround your life with disciplined people.
Let serious minded people be your friends (Proverbs 27:17). If you are surrounded with unserious and undisciplined people who lack self-control, your life will also lack self-control. Wrong information from the wrong association can change your life negatively.

Remember this: You will never reach your destiny until you stretch your potential.

Read the SEEDS OF DESTINY anywhere By  Dr. Paul Enenche Wednesday, 22 February 2017- KEYS TO FULFILLING DESTINY

ASSIGNMENTS:
1. Consciously bring your will under the control of the Holy Spirit.
2. Deny yourself the wrong things of life and associate only with people who are disciplined.


FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: DEADLY ENEMIES OF DESTINY.

PRAYER: O LORD, give me the grace to deny myself the wrong things of life. Help me, LORD, to be totally yielded to the leading of the Spirit, in Jesus’ Name.

DAILY READING: Leviticus 13:1 to 59, Mark 6:1 to 29, Psalm 39:1 to 13, Proverbs10:10.

AMAZING FACT: The longest one-syllable word in the English language is “screeched.”

TODAY IN HISTORY: 22/02/1732 - George Washington was born on this day in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

QUOTE: When the rate at which a person masters and conquers his flesh increases, the rate of his progress also increases. Culled from 21 FOOLISH THINGS PEOPLE DO by Dr Paul Enenche.


SEEDS OF DESTINY IN FRENCH:SEMENCE DE DESTINEE


MERCREDI, LE 22 FEVRIER 2017

THEME: LES CLES POUR L’ACCOMPLISSEMENT DU DESTIN

LES SAINTES ECRITURES : Je dis donc: Marchez selon l’Esprit, et vous n’accomplirez pas les désirs de la chair. Galates 5:16.

PENSEE DU JOUR: Si vous ne maximisez pas votre potentiel, Vous n'atteindrez jamais votre destinée.

Il a été confirmé que l'intention originelle de Dieu, est que nous accomplissions le but pour lequel IL nous a créés. Par conséquent, c’est important de savoir ce que nous devons faire pour accomplir le but de Dieu pour notre vie.

Quelles sont les clés de la réalisation du destin ?

1. L’abandon absolu à l'Esprit Saint.
Laissez le Saint-Esprit prendre en main votre vie. Vous avez besoin de Lui pour renforcer votre volonté afin que vous soyez en mesure de faire ce que vous avez envie de faire.

2. Apprenez à renoncer à vous-même.
Vous devez apprendre à dire «non» à la chair. Vous devez apprendre à imposer à votre chair ce que vous voulez qu'elle fasse. Quand vous êtes déterminé, tout est possible. Vous ne pouvez obtenir le meilleur de votre esprit que lorsque vous le faites travailler. Si vous ne maximisez pas votre potentiel, vous n'atteindrez jamais votre destinée.

3. Entourez votre vie avec des gens disciplinés.
Ayez pour amis, des gens sérieux. (Proverbes 27:17). Si vous êtes entouré de personnes insouciantes et indisciplinées, qui manquent de maîtrise de soi, votre vie sera également marquée par le manque de maîtrise de soi.

La mauvaise information que vous obtenez des mauvaises compagnies, peut influencer et changer négativement votre vie.

Rappelez-vous ceci: Si vous ne maximisez pas votre potentiel, vous n'atteindrez jamais votre destinée.

DEVOIRS
1. Soumettez consciemment votre volonté au contrôle du Saint-Esprit.
2. Renoncez à vous-même et associez-vous seulement aux personnes qui sont disciplinées.

PRIERE: Seigneur, donne-moi la grâce de renoncer à moi-même quand il le faut. Aide-moi, à être totalement soumis à la direction du Saint-Esprit, au Nom de Jésus.


LECTURE QUOTIDIENNE: Lev. 13:1 - 59, Marc 6:1 - 29, Ps. 39:1 - 13, Prov. 10:10.

CITATION: Quand le rythme auquel une personne maîtrise et conquiert sa chair augmente, le rythme de son progrès augmente aussi. Extrait du livre : 21 CHOSES FOLLES QUE LES GENS FONT, du Dr Paul Enenche.

FAIT SURPRENANT: Le plus long mot à une syllabe dans la langue anglaise est “screeched". Il signifie en Français « hurler, pousser un cri strident ».

AUJOURD’HUI DANS L’HISTOIRE: Le 22 Février 1732 - George Washington est né dans le comté de Westmorland, en Virginie.


SEEDS OF DESTINY IN SPANISH:SEMILLA DE DESTINO


MIÉRCOLES, 22 DE FEBRERO DE 2017.

TEMA: LLAVES PARA CUMPLIR EL DESTINO.

LA ESCRITURA: Digo, pues: Andad en el Espíritu, y no satisfagáis los deseos de la carne. GÁLATAS 5:16.

PENSAMIENTO PARA EL DÍA: Usted nunca será capaz de llegar a su destino hasta que explote su potencial.

Está confirmado que la intención original de Dios en crearnos es cumplir Su propósito para nuestras vidas. Por lo tanto, es importante saber lo que debemos hacer con el fin de cumplir el propósito de Dios para nuestras vidas.

¿Cuáles son las claves para alcanzar el destino?
1. Entrega absoluta al Espíritu Santo.
Deje que el Espíritu Santo tome posesión de su vida. Usted Lo necesita para empoderar su voluntad para que pueda hacer lo que quiere hacer.

2. Aprenda a negarse a sí mismo.
Debe aprender a decir “no” a la carne. Debe aprender a decir a su carne que haga lo que usted quiere que ella haga. Cuando la mente está decidida, todo es posible. Usted sólo puede obtener lo mejor de su mente cuando se le permite trabajar. Usted nunca será capaz de alcanzar su destino hasta que despliegue su potencial.

3. Rodee su vida con gente disciplinada.
Deje que las personas serias sean sus amigos (Proverbios 27:17). Si usted está rodeado de personas no serias e indisciplinadas que carecen de autocontrol, su vida también carecerá de autocontrol. La información incorrecta de la asociación incorrecta puede cambiar su vida negativamente.

Recuerde Esto: Usted nunca podrá alcanzar su destino hasta que usted explote su potencial.


TAREA(S): 
1. Conscientemente traiga su voluntad bajo el control del Espíritu Santo.
2. Niéguese a usted mismo y relaciónese solo con personas que son disciplinadas.

ORACIÓN: OH SEÑOR, dame la gracia de negarme a mí mismo. Ayúdame, SEÑOR, a entregarme totalmente a la dirección del Espíritu, en el Nombre de Jesús.

PARA MEJOR ENTENDIMIENTO, CONSIGA ESTE MENSAJE: ENEMIGOS MORTALES DEL DESTINO.

CITA: Cuando la velocidad a la que una persona domina y conquista los deseos de la carne aumenta, la velocidad de su progreso también aumenta. Tomado de “21 COSAS TONTAS QUE LA GENTE HACE” por el Dr. Paul Enenche.


Read the SEEDS OF DESTINY anywhere By  Dr. Paul Enenche Wednesday, 22 February 2017- KEYS TO FULFILLING DESTINY

LECTURA DIARIA: Levítico 13:1 a 59, Marcos 6:1 a 29, Salmos 39:1 a 13, Proverbios 10:10.

HOY EN LA HISTORIA: 22/02/1732 - George Washington nació en este día en el condado de Westmoreland, Virginia.

HECHO SORPRENDENTE: La palabra más larga de una sílaba en el idioma Inglés es “screeched” (que significa chilló).
Daily Devotional with Andrew Wommack  February 22 2017- ONLY THE HUNGRY ARE FED

Daily Devotional with Andrew Wommack February 22 2017- ONLY THE HUNGRY ARE FED

TOPIC- ONLY THE HUNGRY ARE FED


Matthew 5:6, "Blessed [are] they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled."



MATTHEW 5:1-9
In the natural world, people eat even when they aren't hungry. Many of us can prove that by turning sideways and looking at ourselves in the mirror. But in the spiritual realm, only those who are hungry can get fed. One of the worst things that can happen to us is spiritual complacency.

Being hungry for the things of God is one of the best things that can happen to us. Most people don't feel that way. They would rather have the feeling of being full. But Jesus promised us that fullness would follow hunger. No hunger, no fullness. Daily Devotional with Andrew Wommack  February 22 2017- ONLY THE HUNGRY ARE FED


Therefore, what many people hate is actually a sign of spiritual health. Longing for more of God is a healthy sign. No one hungers for God on their own. That is not the nature of man. No man hungers for God unless the Spirit of God is drawing him (Jn. 6:44).

Hungering for God doesn't cause God to move in our lives, but it is a sign that God is already at work in us. We should praise God for spiritual hunger and be encouraged. He doesn't make us hungry and then let us starve. He does so in order to fill us with His blessings and love. We need a hunger that will never be satisfied until the marriage supper of the Lamb.

Daily Devotional with Andrew Wommack  February 22 2017- ONLY THE HUNGRY ARE FED
Billy Graham Daily Devotional February 22  2017- The Enemy Deceives Us

Billy Graham Daily Devotional February 22 2017- The Enemy Deceives Us

Topic- The Enemy Deceives Us


In every battle you will need faith as your shield to stop the fiery arrows aimed at you by Satan.
—Ephesians 6:16 (TLB)




Many jokes are made about the devil, but the devil is no joke. If a short time ago I had talked about Satan to university students, they would have made light of him, but no longer. Students today want to know about the devil, about witchcraft, about the occult. Many people do not know they are turning to Satan. They are being deluded because, according to Jesus Christ, Satan is the father of lies and the greatest liar of all times. He is called a deceiver. In order to accomplish his purpose, the devil blinds people to their need of Christ. Two forces are at work in our world-the forces of Christ and the forces of the devil-and you are asked to choose.

Prayer for the day

I have chosen to serve You, my Lord Jesus. Give me Your strength to battle the deceptions of Satan. Billy Graham Daily Devotional February 22  2017- The Enemy Deceives Us


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Evangelist Billy Graham took Christ literally when He said in Mark 16:15, “Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature.”

Mr. Graham has preached the Gospel to more people in live audiences than anyone else in history—nearly 215 million people in more than 185 countries and territories—through various meetings, including Mission World and Global Mission. Hundreds of millions more have been reached through television, video, film, and webcasts.

Billy Graham Daily Devotional February 22  2017- The Enemy Deceives Us
Kenneth Copeland Ministries Daily Devotional February 22 2017- Be Willing to Wait written By  Gloria Copeland

Kenneth Copeland Ministries Daily Devotional February 22 2017- Be Willing to Wait written By Gloria Copeland

TOPIC- Be Willing to Wait

He who guards his mouth and his tongue keeps himself from troubles.
Proverbs 21:23, The Amplified Bible



There's just no two ways about it. If you want to live a life of blessing, you're going to have to make your words agree with what God says. Not just for a few hours or a few days, but all the time.

And if you've ever done that, you know it's not easy. As time wears on and the circumstances around you appear to be stubbornly determined to stay in the same miserable condition they've always been in, it's hard to keep on speaking God's Word. But you have to do it if you ever want your harvest of blessing to come in.

When Kenneth started preaching prosperity, I sat out there and listened to him with holes in the bottom of my shoes. We had terrible financial problems but we knew those problems didn't change what the Word of God said. We knew His prosperity promises were true even if we hadn't been able to tap in to them yet. So, even though we felt foolish at times, we just kept on talking about God's generous provision for us.Kenneth Copeland Ministries Daily Devotional February 22 2017- Be Willing to Wait written By  Gloria Copeland

I realized later that Word went to work for us from the first day we began to believe it and speak it and order our lives according to it. Our prosperity crop began to grow the moment we started putting seeds in the ground. It just took time for them to come up.


The problem is, believers don't last that long. They start planting well enough, but then when they don't see immediate results, when the bank account gets low and rent is past due, they get discouraged and begin to speak words of lack and defeat. They tear up their crop with the words of their own mouths, and they never get to enjoy the fruit of it.

The next time you strike out on faith, whether it's in the financial realm or any other area, keep that in mind. Determine from the beginning that you're not going to let that waiting period discourage you. Then hang on until the Word of God is manifest in your life. Put patience to work and keep your words in line. You will receive your harvest.

Scripture Reading:
Proverbs 18:4-8, 20-21

Kenneth Copeland Ministries Daily Devotional February 22 2017- Be Willing to Wait written By  Gloria Copeland

About Us
Hello, we’re Kenneth and Gloria Copeland. For the last 49 years, we’ve been passionately teaching Christians all over the world how to apply the principles of faith found in God’s WORD to their lives.

We have seven ministry offices around the world: United States, Canada, Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, Ukraine and Latin America. Our God-given directive is to preach and teach the uncompromised WORD of God on every available voice, which is being accomplished through a variety of channels, including our Believer’s Voice of Victory TV and radio broadcasts, podcast and magazine; Believers’ Conventions, Victory Campaigns and Living Victory meetings; published books, website, and social media channels, to name a few.

With the expansion of technology, we have more work to do now than ever. We are determined to let the world know Jesus is LORD, and we’re not slowing down anytime soon!


Watch this video to get more of an idea of what The LORD is doing through KCM.
David Abioye's Daily Devotional  February 21, 2017- DYNAMICS OF VISION

David Abioye's Daily Devotional February 21, 2017- DYNAMICS OF VISION

TOPIC- DYNAMICS OF VISION


Vision is for young men because they are strong and enabled to pursue the fulfillment of it. These strategies are crucial in realizing and vision.



-           See it

            Vision is catching a glimpse of the future,

            Vision fascinates and attracts.

            Vision beckons motion

            Vision motivates action

            Vision excites the soul

            Heb 12:2

            Vision is foundation for endurance.



-           Share it


            Vision not shared is learning it to die

            Extend the vision by sharing it

            Extend it or extinct it

            Sharing it is spreading it.

            Sharing it enlivens and elongates it

            Sharing it attracts wider participation.



-           Seek assistance

            Visionaries invite input of others in the pursuit of vision.

            Inputs of others fatten the vision.

            Raise helpers around the vision.

About Bishop Abioye

Bishop David O. Abioye is a Pastor of long standing experience under the ministry of his life-time mentor, Bishop David Oyedepo who is the President of the Living Faith Church, worldwide (aka Winners Family), and also Pastor Faith Tabernacle – the largest church auditorium in the world.  Bishop David Abioye is presently the Senior Pastor of Living Faith Church, Goshen City, Km 26 Abuja-Keffi Road - Nigeria, West Africa.