You are reading Today’s Seeds of Destiny Devotional written by Pastor Paul Enenche
Today Friday 28 April, 2017
Topic: The Power of Character
SCRIPTURE: There was a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job; and that man was perfect and upright, and one that feared God, and eschewed evil. Job 1:1
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Uprightness brings direction.
A good character is one of the key virtues of the life of a genuine Christian; it is a ladder to greater heights in life. Men of impact in the Bible were men of positive and qualitative character.
The silence of character is louder than the utterance of compromise. This means that for people of character, their silence weighs heavier than the utterance of normal people. Job was undoubtedly a man of quality character. In his generation, he commanded both the audience and the attention of the people on the strength of character (Job 29:21-23).
There are people who others long to hear speak and there are those that people have no patience for. For example, nobody looks for career counsel from an armed robber or a harlot. This is because they lack the power of positive character.
One implication of good character is that it guarantees Divine guidance and direction. Uprightness brings direction (Psalm 112:4).
Beloved, righteousness brings brightness and unrighteousness invites darkness. So, uphold qualitative character in order to end as a light to your generation.
Remember this: Uprightness brings direction.
1. Ask God for the grace to live an upright life.
2. Prayerfully work on your character.
FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: THE POWER OF POSITIVE CHARACTER (PART 3)
PRAYER: LORD, grant me the grace to continually work on my character, in Jesus’ Name.
DAILY READING: Judges 8:18 to 9:21, Luke 23:44 to 24:12, Psalm 99:1 to 9, Proverbs 14:9 to 10.
AMAZING FACT: The first Internet domain name ever registered was Symbolics.com on March 15, 1985.
TODAY IN HISTORY: 28/04/1930 – The first organized night baseball game was played in Independence, Kansas.
QUOTE: The strength of your destiny is affected by the strength of your character. Culled from WHO ARE YOU? by Dr Paul Enenche.