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Seeds of Destiny Daily Devotional, November 15 – The Tragedy Of Robing God

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You are reading Today’s Seeds of Destiny Daily Devotional written by Pastor Paul Enenche.
Topic: The Tragedy Of Robing God
Today Wednesday November 15, 2017

SCRIPTURE: Will a man rob God? Yet ye have robbed me. But ye say, Wherein have we robbed thee? In tithes and offerings. Ye are cursed with a curse: for ye have robbed me, even this whole nation. MALACHI 3:10

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Who can assist whom God resists; who can help whom God hurts?

It is frightening to know that, people do not only steal from man, but also steal from the Most High God.

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This is made clear from our anchor scripture above. People rob God by refusing to give their offerings and pay their tithes (the ten percent of their income). To rob God is to hold back from Him a portion of what belongs to Him out of whatever blessing and favour He releases to you. God is entitled to the tithe; therefore, to refuse to pay the tithe is to rob God.

For most people, when they earn money, the first thing they think of is what to buy. This is an inversion of priority.

The truth is, if one uses one’s tithe money to buy a shirt, that shirt would be considered a stolen shirt. Each time the person wears the shirt, the angels of God and even satan will resist the person. This is because the person robbed God to buy the shirt. Incredible!

The tragedy of robbing God is, instead of experiencing an open heaven; one will suffer a closed heaven over one’s life. God Himself would begin to resist the person.

Now, who can assist whom God resists? Who can help whom God hurts?

If a witch curses someone, a pastor can reverse it, but if God curses someone, who can reverse it?

God shall not curse you, in Jesus’ Name.

REMEMBER THIS: Who can assist whom God resists; who can help whom God hurts?

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ASSIGNMENT(S):
1. Ask God for forgiveness in any way you have robbed Him by not paying your tithe
2. Develop the God-first mentality to spending.

PRAYER: O LORD, I ask for Your forgiveness in any area I have robbed You in time past. Grant me the grace to make You and Your Kingdom the first priority in my life and in my resource, Lord, in Jesus’ Name.

FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: SECRETS OF DIVINE PROOFS PART 2

QUOTE: You can never reap until you have sown. To be a sower is to be a reaper. Culled from 21 Uncommon Keys to Financial Overflow by Dr Paul Enenche

DAILY READING: Ezekiel 31:1 to 32:32, Hebrews 12:14 to 29, Psalm 113:1 to 114:8, Proverbs 27:18 to 20

AMAZING FACT: Apples are more effective at waking you up in the morning than coffee

TODAY IN HISTORY: 15/11/1515, Thomas Wolsey was invested as a Cardinal.

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DCLM Daily Manna Devotional 25 September 2018 – Prayer, The Master Key

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DCLM Daily Manna Devotional 25 September 2018 – Prayer, The Master Key by Pastor Kumuyi

Topic: Prayer, The Master Key

Key Verse: “Hitherto have ye asked nothing in my name: ask, and ye shall receive, that your joy may be full“ (John 16:24)

MESSAGE: DCLM Daily Manna Devotional 25 September 2018

The Bible says a lot about prayers and people who prayed. Abraham prayed and so did Jacob. Many people prayed in the Bible and they received answers to their prayers. The Bible even detailed notable prayers like that of Solomon at the dedication of the temple or the quick one that David prayed to God to turn the counsel of Ahitophel to foolishness. Women, like Hannah, prayed too and received miracle children. Even unbelievers like the sailors in Jonah’s day knew how to pray. Prayer is the believer’s heart-cry to the Almighty.

Jesus also prayed. The passage above shows us the master key Jesus gave His disciples. Four times, He told them to ask again and again from the Father so that their joy would be full. He then took them to the school of prayer. He lectured them on the why, what and how of prayer. Prayer must be in His name to be answered. He also taught them to be steadfast in prayer. The world is evil and troublous times are inescapable for the saints. But when such times come, we should pray because He has overcome for us already.

DCLM Daily Manna Devotional 25 September 2018 – Prayer, The Master Key by Pastor Kumuyi

The Church needs the master key of prayer today more than any other time. The key will open any door for the Church, families and the individual. Societal pressures are snuffing prayer times out of the daily schedules of many people. But how can you open doors of success if you abandon the passkey? There is an urgent call to prayer today for all and sundry. You must join them and use the key to make yourself relevant in time and eternity by opening every door blocking your progress. Remember God heareth not the sinners. He desires that sinners first pray for their salvation before He begins to add other blessings to them.

DCLM Daily Manna Devotional 25 September 2018 – Prayer, The Master Key by Pastor Kumuyi

Thought For The Day: Prayer is the master key that opens all locked doors.

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DCLM Daily Manna Devotional 25 September 2018 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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Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional 25th September 2018 – Move Closer Every Day

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Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional 25th September 2018 – Move Closer Every Day

Memorize: I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing. – John 15:5

Abiding in Jesus isn’t something that comes automatically to any believer. It’s a lifestyle that involves discipline and effort.

We have to choose to give ourselves to our union with Him, to give Him first place where our attention is concerned. If we want to grow spiritually, if we want to walk in power and in fellowship with the Lord, we’ll have to spend the time it takes to know Him.

Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional 25th September 2018 – Move Closer Every Day

That’s not something we can do for a while and then forget about either. We must continue in it every day. For the moment we stop moving closer to Jesus, we always start drifting away.

You see, here in this natural world you’re surrounded by ungodliness. You live in a body that is totally natural. Unless you purposely counter that with daily prayer and time in the Word, your body and your mind will simply give in to the pressures around you and go the way of the world. Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional 25th September 2018 Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional 25th September 2018

Right now, make a decision to give yourself to the things of God. Focus your attention on the Lord. Surround yourself with His Word. Listen to preaching and teaching tapes while you’re getting dressed, driving to work, preparing dinner, working on your car, exercising, cleaning house and when you go to bed. Listen to the Word of God anytime, anywhere! Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional

Abide in Him today.

Scripture Reading:
John 15:1-11

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