Seed of Destiny Devotional written by Dr Paul Enenche
WHOSE ARE YOU?
Sunday, 13 November 2016
SCRIPTURE: Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God. John 1:12 (NIV).
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Who owns you determines where you end in life.
Sometime ago, I had an amazing experience in the aircraft I boarded with my wife. I saw a dog seated with its owner, not in the economy or business class, but right in the First Class Cabin. The implication is, the dog’s flight ticket was fully paid for by the owner and the dog was also entitled to every service in the first class cabin like everyone else. Amazing! I learnt one of the most critical lessons of life that day.
The truth is, there were human beings in the economy class which is the least seating category in the aircraft. The question is, was the dog richer than those human beings who sat in the economy class? NO! It was because of who owned it.
Beloved, who owns you determines where you end in life. Also, who owns you determines who fends for you. If an ordinary man could care for a mere dog like that, how much more will the Almighty God care for you whom He created in His image?
My counsel is, genuinely surrender to God and let Him be your Father and Owner indeed.
Remember This: Who owns you determines where you end in life.
1.Consciously surrender and submit yourself to God.
FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: HINDRANCES TO A LIFE OF PRAISE.
PRAYER: O LORD, please do not leave my hands. Do not let me stray as I travel through the journey of life. I leave my life in Your Hands. Take me to the realm that I cannot reach by myself, LORD, in Jesus’ Name.
DAILY READING: Ezekiel 27:1 to 28:26, Hebrews 11:17 to 31, Psalm 111:1 to 10, Proverbs 27:15 to 16
QUOTE: When you submit to high grace, you contact that grace. Culled from ‘10 PRINCIPAL SECRETS OF PRINCIPLE PEOPLE’ by Dr Paul Enenche.
TODAY IN HISTORY: 13/11/1947 – The Soviet Union completed development of the AK-47, one of the first proper assault rifles.
AMAZING FACT: Without companionship rats tend to become lonely and depressed.