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Prompt Execution – Daily Manna Devotional by Pastor W.F Kumuyi

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Prompt Execution 
Welcome to Daily Manna written by Pastor W. F Kumuyi
Today Thursday October 13, 2016

Text: Ezekiel 11:1-13

Key Verse: “And it came to pass, when I prophesied, that Pelatiah the son of Benaiah died. Then fell I down upon my face, and cried with a loud voice, and said, Ah Lord GOD! wilt thou make a full end of the remnant of Israel?” (Ezekiel 11:13).

Ecclesiastes 8:11 says: “Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil”. The leaders of Israel during Prophet Ezekiel’s ministry were stunned that fulfilment of prophecy could sometimes be executed speedily depending on God’s unimpeachable wisdom. Ezekiel, led by the Spirit of God, had prophesied that Jerusalem’s rebellion and idolatry would be punished with a captivity at the hands of the Babylonians. But twenty-five princes of Judah in Jerusalem, deceived by Jaazaniah and Paletiah, told the people that Jerusalem was too fortified to fall.

They contemned the prophecies of Ezekiel and Jeremiah. This unbelief pushed them to look up to Egypt for support. God saw through them and declared in verse 2: “Son of man, these are the men that devise mischief, and give wicked counsel in this city”, referring to the two men instigating the people to disbelieve the word of God as delivered by His servant. The outcome was the prophesy that: “Ye shall fall by the sword; I will judge you in the border of Israel; and ye shall know that I am the LORD”. This came to pass immediately in verse 13. It is impossible for God’s word concerning the unrepentant sinner not to manifest.

The Lord says with firmness that “Heaven and earth shall pass away: but my words shall not pass away” (Mark 13:31). Also in Luke 16:17, He said: “it is easier for heaven and earth to pass, than one tittle of the law to fail”. To avoid God’s wrath, “Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts: and let him return unto the LORD, and he will have mercy upon him; and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon” (Isaiah 55:7). Jesus will soon return to the world to judge sinners. This prophecy will be fulfilled as that of His first coming was. How prepared are you?


Thought for the day: It is deadly to be caught on the wrong side of prophecy.

Bible Reading in one Year: Isaiah 30-33

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.

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Billy Graham Devotion 15 December 2018 – Not Too Young

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Billy Graham Devotion 15 December 2018 – Not Too Young

Memorize: Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers . . .  — 1 Timothy 4:12
Lord Chesterton once said, “I believe in bedside repentance, but I do not want to depend upon it.” During a serious illness a person’s mind does not function normally. Getting right with God is something one should do in the bloom of health. However, as far as the Lord is concerned, “His ear is not heavy that He cannot hear, nor His arm shortened that He cannot save.” He loves us equally, in sickness or in health; while we are living, or while we are dying.

In my experience, I have not known of too many people who found Christ on their deathbed. When we come to Christ in our youth, a life is saved. When we come in old age, a soul is salvaged and life eternal is assured; but the opportunity to live a life for Christ has been lost.

Billy Graham Devotion 15 December 2018 – Not Too Young

Billy Graham preaches youth can turn the world upside down for Christ.

Prayer for the day (Billy Graham Devotion 15 December 2018)

Lord God, burden my heart to reach out to the young persons starting their adventure in life—and the old persons dreading the end of their journey. Let me tell them the message of Your saving love.

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Kenneth Copeland 15 December 2018 – A Carefree Christmas

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Memorize: Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God. – Philippians 4:6

Can you really have a merry Christmas even when you have a thousand and one pressures bearing down on you? Yes, you can—and you don’t have to leave the country to do it. No matter how intense or how trivial the problems are that you’re facing right now, you can have the most wonderful, most carefree Christmas season you’ve ever had in your life; and you can start having it today. Kenneth Copeland 15 December 2018

As a believer, you’re probably familiar with that scripture that says to be anxious for nothing. But, have you ever taken it seriously enough to put it into action? There’s a good chance you haven’t because you haven’t understood just how dangerous those anxieties are. You probably haven’t realized that they’re a deadly part of the devil’s strategy against you.

Kenneth Copeland 15 December 2018 – A Carefree Christmas

That’s right. Worry is one of the chief weapons of his warfare. If he can get you to worry about them, he can use the financial pressures and family pressures and scheduling problems that are just a “normal” part of everyday life to weigh you down and drag you into more trouble than you think possible.

Medical science tells us that a high percentage of the people hospitalized in the U.S.A. are there with ailments caused by worry and tension. Yet, a great many believers worry without even thinking about it. They’ll worry about being too short or too skinny. They’ll stew over this and that and not even realize they’ve been sinning.

“Sinning, Brother Copeland?”

Yes! For the born-again, Spirit-filled believer who owns a Bible—worrying is a sin. So, even if the Christmas cards are late and 45 people are coming to your house for Christmas dinner, don’t worry.

Instead, do what the Bible says to do. Pray, making your request known to God…and praise Him for the answer. Then you’ll have peace.

Now, go ahead and have a truly merry Christmas, you carefree thing you!

Scripture Reading (Kenneth Copeland 15 December 2018):
Matthew 6:24-34

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