SEED OF DESTINY DEVOTIONAL
Saturday, 1 October 2016
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: The availability of truth equals freedom and the absence of truth equals bondage.
We thank God for the celebration of the 56th anniversary of Nigeria’s Independence. On a day like this, it is important to know what guarantees true freedom. It is called TRUTH. The availability of truth equals freedom and the absence of truth equals bondage.
Now, let us explore certain dimensions of truth that guarantee freedom.
1.Truth means sincerity and honesty. To walk in sincerity and honesty is to experience freedom; to walk in falsehood and insincerity is to experience bondage. To walk in true freedom, you must embrace the truth. For our nation to walk in true freedom, those who are in power must rule in truth, employees must be truthful to their employers and vice versa.
2.Truth is a person and His Name is Jesus Who is God the Son. To know God is to experience freedom. The company of God is the company of liberty (2 Corinthians 3:17). Anywhere the Lordship of Jesus is confirmed, there is liberty.
Today, I prophesy that anything that has tied your life, your family, or our Nation down in bondage is broken. I declare your freedom, in Jesus’ Name!
Remember this: The availability of truth equals freedom and the absence of truth equals bondage.
1.Search your life to find out if there is any trace of falsehood that the enemy is taking advantage of.
2.Embrace the truth no matter what it will cost you.
FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: THE SECRET OF TRUE FREEDOM
PRAYER: O LORD, I receive the grace to walk in truth. Help our nation to walk in truth. Today, I break out of every bondage or resistance surrounding my life, in Jesus’ Name.
DAILY READING: Isaiah 62:6 to 65:25, Philippians 2:19 to 3:3, Psalm 73:1 to 28, Proverbs 24:13 to 14
QUOTE: Integrity compels audacity and iniquity invites calamity. Culled from 15 KINGDOM STRATEGIES FOR SURVIVAL by Dr Paul Enenche.
AMAZING FACT: A housefly hums in the key of F.
TODAY IN HISTORY: 1/10/1960- Nigeria gained independence from Britain.