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Daily Devotions In Touch Ministries MARCH 09, 2018 –

Daily Devotions In Touch Ministries MARCH 09, 2018

TOPIC- God’s Loving Rescue MARCH 09, 2018 In Touch Ministries

1 John 4:7-10

Christianity is unique among world religions—the others all require certain behaviors for people to become acceptable to their god. Therefore, they must perform intense labor, undergo self-denial, or observe specific rituals. But none of us can earn a place in heaven, because we can never reach the Lord’s standard of utter perfection and holiness.

Daily Devotions In Touch Ministries MARCH 09, 2018

God has provided an entirely different way of salvation. In His wisdom, He reached down to us by sending His Son. Jesus came to live a perfect life and then, by dying on the cross, paid the penalty our sin deserved. Why did God choose to rescue us? The reason was not that we deserved it but because of His great love and mercy. Instead of punishing us for our sin, God poured out His wrath on His Son, thereby satisfying divine justice. Now all who believe in Jesus Christ and His work on the cross are forgiven and accepted as children of God.

Becoming a Christian doesn’t require working or pleading for the heavenly Father’s acceptance. Our salvation comes through repentance of sin and faith in Jesus Christ­—God’s only begotten Son, who went to the cross to die in our place, thereby paying our sin debt in full.

What do you believe about Jesus Christ? Choosing to trust in Him is the most important decision you’ll ever make. After this life is over, all people will have to give account to God for their life. (See Rom. 14:12.) There will be no condemnation for those who have received the Savior, but for anyone who has rejected Him, the outcome will be eternal separation from God.

Bible in One Year: Joshua 13-15 Daily Devotions In Touch Ministries MARCH 09, 2018

JOEL OSTEEN DAILY DEVOTIONAL March 9, 2018

JOEL OSTEEN DAILY DEVOTIONAL March 9, 2018

TOPIC- A Place of Abundance by JOEL OSTEEN Word for today Devotional

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE:

“…we went through fire and water, but you brought us to a place of abundance.”
Psalm 66:12, NIV

TODAY’S WORD: JOEL OSTEEN DAILY DEVOTIONAL March 9, 2018

Everyone has times in life when they feel like they are going through the fire, or perhaps, feel overwhelmed with everyday life. If that’s you today, understand that God is going to bring you through those challenges; He’s going to bring you through the fire and the flood into a place of abundance. We serve a God of more than enough, and His heart is to always make sure you have whatever you need to be successful in every area of your life. The Bible says that Jesus came so that we can have life—abundant life! He wants you to have an abundance of resources, an abundance of wisdom, an abundance of peace—everything you need. Open your heart and thank Him for His goodness. Begin to receive His promises by faith. Remember, your praise opens the door for Him to move on your behalf, and He wants to take you to a place of abundance in every area of your life!

PRAYER FOR TODAY: JOEL OSTEEN DAILY DEVOTIONAL March 9, 2018

“Father, I humbly come to You today, giving You all that I am. Thank You for leading and guiding me into a place of abundance. I give You all the glory and praise in Jesus’ name. Amen.”

DCLM Daily Manna 9 March, 2018 by Pastor Kumuyi

DCLM Daily Manna 9 March, 2018 by Pastor Kumuyi

Topic: Distressed [DCLM Daily Manna Friday March 9th, 2018]

Text: Psalm 77:1-9 (KJV)

Key Verse: “In the day of my trouble I sought the Lord: my sore ran in the night, and ceased not: my soul refused to be comforted” (Psalm 77:2).

DCLM Daily Manna 9 March, 2018 by Pastor Kumuyi

Corrie Ten Boom in The Hiding Place, relates an incident that taught her always to be thankful. She and her sister, Betsy, had just been transferred to the worst German prison camp, Ravensbruck. On entering the barracks, they found them extremely overcrowded and flea-infested. That morning, their Scripture reading in 1 Thessalonians had reminded them to rejoice always, pray constantly and give thanks in all circumstances. Betsy told Corrie to stop and thank the Lord for every detail of their new living quarters. During the months spent at the camp, they were surprised to find how openly they could hold Bible study and prayer meetings without guard interference. It was not until several months later that they learned the reason the guards would not enter the barracks was because of the fleas.

The passage under consideration reveals that Asaph was in distress. He was so troubled that he could not speak; only his tears expressed the deep agony he went through. Unable to sleep at night, he spent the time thinking about God’s past faithfulness, and wondered what happened to His mercies and promises. Although the psalmist did not give the details of what confronted him, his song in the night was an indication that his faith was still firmly in God.

How then can we cope when things go on in our lives and it seems that God shows no interest in our plight? What should we do when our problems begin to weigh down on us to the extent we can’t sleep in the night? Although this Psalm does not answer these questions, it does provide us with an example of how to cope. We must spend more time in prayer and express our confidence in God in times of distress.

Thought For The Day: Weeping has a short shelf life; joy abides for ever.

Bible Reading in a Year: Numbers 33-34

DCLM Daily Manna 9 March, 2018 by Pastor Kumuyi

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.

 

DCLM Daily Manna Wednesday March 7th, 2018

DCLM Daily Manna Wednesday March 7th, 2018

Topic: Reckoned Righteous [DCLM Daily Manna Wednesday March 7th, 2018]

Text: Romans 4:1-15 (KJV) DCLM Daily Manna 

Key Verse: “For what saith the scriptures? Abraham believed God, and it was counted unto him for righteousness” (Romans 4:3).

MESSAGE: DCLM Daily Manna

The point of justification by faith is made in the John Wesley’s life changing experience in Aldersgate Street in May 17, 1738. He acknowledged that he has become a true believer through justification by faith since the previous March and yet he knew he lacked something and was hungry for it. But at that meeting, he said, “I felt my heart strangely warmed…” He had believed before, but now he had an assurance; he was given this direct, immediate, overwhelming experience and testimony by the Spirit, and his ministry was transformed. He said that before this experience, he had had the faith of a servant, but now it was that of a son.

Justification is a legal standing with God, based upon Christ’s death and resurrection, and our faith in Him. It means to look at someone guilty and declare that he is now innocent, righteous and free. The record of offence has been wiped away.

Some religious dogmas fail to recognize the difference between working for salvation and working from salvation. We do not work in order to receive salvation; rather, we work because we have already received it. God works salvation in us by justification and we work it out in sanctification (Philippians 2:12,13). But neither justification nor sanctification can be merited by works; they are given by grace. Therefore, someone who is truly saved will manifest good works. If there is no good works present, then there is no reason to believe that true saving faith is present. “Faith without works is dead” (James 2:26).

Thought For The Day: Repentance, not penance, is required for justification.

DCLM Daily Manna  Bible Reading in a Year: Numbers 28-30

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.

Daily Devotional March 7, 2018 – Gloria Copeland

Daily Devotional March 7, 2018 Gloria Copeland

Topic: Expect to Hear His Voice by Gloria Copeland March 7, 2018

The sheep that are My own hear and are listening to My voice; and I know them, and they follow Me.
John 10:27, The Amplified Bible

From Faith to Faith—Daily Devotional March 7, 2018 – Expect to Hear His Voice Gloria Copeland

So many believers are unsure of their ability to hear God or know His voice. They’re always afraid that they won’t be able to tell when the Spirit of God is talking to them.

What they don’t realize is this: Hearing the voice of the Spirit is a privilege that the Bible says belongs to every believer (Romans 8:14). All we have to do to exercise that privilege is to receive it by faith and put ourselves in a position to hear.

Also read –  DAILY MANNA READING 

Next time the devil tries to tell you that you can’t hear God’s voice, remember that.

Jesus said His sheep will know His voice and a stranger’s voice they will not follow. That is a promise of God to you today. You see, the Spirit of God will never guide you in opposition to the written Word of God (John 16:13). So, if you’re not familiar with what the Word says, you’ll find it more difficult to discern His leading.

Get familiar with God’s voice by meditating and studying the Word of God. Follow God’s instruction to Joshua and meditate on it day and night. Act on what you find in the Word, not just when it’s easy but every time. Be obedient even in the slightest things.

That continual obedience to the written Word will bring you into maturity and tune your inward ear to the voice of the Spirit. You’ll soon be able to recognize it as easily as you recognize the voice of your dearest friend.

So, instead of wondering about it, start expecting to hear from Him.

Then start sharpening your spiritual ears by spending time in the Word.

Scripture Reading:

John 10:1-9

DCLM Daily Manna 6 March, 2018 by Pastor Kumuyi

DCLM Daily Manna 6 March, 2018 by Pastor Kumuyi – Trust In Man?

Topic: Trust In Man? [DCLM Daily Manna Tuesday March 6th, 2018]

Text: Psalm 62:1-12 (KJV)

Key Verse: “Surely men of low degree are vanity, and men of high degree are a lie: to be laid in the balance, they are altogether lighter than vanity” (Psalm 62:9).

MESSAGE: DCLM Daily Manna 6 March, 2018 by Pastor Kumuyi

John Maxwell in his book, ‘The Leader Within You’ stated that the Great Wall of China was built so high that no one could get over it and so thick that no one could tunnel through it. Amazingly, in the first 100 years of its existence, China was invaded three times. The enemy invaded through a gate left open for them because those who guarded it had been bribed. While the people sat comfortably behind the security of this gigantic wall which still exists today, they failed to teach their children integrity and patriotism. So, they were sold out to the enemy.

David expressed his confidence in God who was his Salvation and Defense. He stated the danger of putting one’s confidence in unregenerate men, who can be very undependable. He described men as lighter than vanity when placed in a balance, and said, trusting in them is like putting one’s hope in a mirage. He also cautioned against putting one’s confidence in riches which can be very disappointing as money can fail anytime. He concluded by extolling the justice and equity of God as more reason to trust Him. God is indeed faithful.

We can’t be too sure of the actual event that prompted the context of this psalm but the setting fits into the many stories of betrayals that David faced ranging from his plight with Saul after killing Goliath and the tacit support given the rebellious Absalom by some leaders in Israel.

Having people whom you placed your utmost trust turn against you is no longer news. People can disappoint and even betray the trust placed on them because they are unregenerate. Like David, we must always put our absolute trust in the most reliable and ever merciful God.

Thought For The Day: Better to trust the unseen God than believe in finite man.

Bible Reading in a Year: DCLM Daily Manna 6 March, 2018 by Pastor Kumuyi

Numbers 26-27 

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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David Oyedepo Overcoming Temptations: the Battle of our souls

David Oyedepo Overcoming Temptations the Battle of our souls

Midweek Service Sermon, Winners Church , 20 December 2017: David Oyedepo

TOPIC- Overcoming Temptations, the battle of our souls Revelation 11:22

Hebrews 4:15, there is no level in one’s walk with God that protect him from being tempted, everyone here will receive the overcomers hand shake in Heaven in Jesus name.

Billy Graham said if you lost Money, you lost 1 thing, but if you loose your character you have lost everything. Mark 7:21, from within, out of the heart proceed evil talks… The battles are essentially battles within, we either win the war within or we are sure to loose it in the open. We overcome temptation from within, within is the battle field, until we win within, we stand losers! Matthew 5:8
Matthew 5:8 
King James Version (KJV) 8 Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God.

David Oyedepo Overcoming Temptations the Battle of our souls

Pure in heart, to live a Godly life, we must be pure in heart, Matthew 23:26

Matthew 23:26
King James Version (KJV) 26 Thou blind Pharisee, cleanse first that which is within the cup and platter, that the outside of them may be clean also.



Clean that which is within, tonight, by the blood of Jesus, whatever needs to flushed out within shall  be flushed in Jesus name Philippians 4:8

Philippians 4:8 King James Version (KJV)

8 Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.

We must think right to live Right, you don’t think right you don’t live right! As a man thinketh in his heart, so is He. We must wake from our slumber, so you don’t subject yourself to death. Matthew 26:41, are you sleeping? No evil thought shall have a place in your heat in Jesus name. Someone said all temptation come to the idle Ecclesiastic 10, ” an idle man is the devils workshops” the more engaged we are in our walk with God, the freer we are. They are busy bodies in the affairs of men, idle, “I just came to Say hello”. David Oyedepo Overcoming Temptations the Battle of our souls

All temptation come to the idle, it takes time to developed taught positive or negative to a product. The busier you are doing the right things the less you see chance to do wrong. Those who know the cost of crookedness will pay any price to walk straight. The just man walk in integrity Proverbs 20:7 Be contented with what you have, learn to engage with God than ever before you will be freer than ever before , in the name of Jesus you Will become an overcome. Read Our Daily Manna Devotional


Let’s commit to winning the integrity war within. Anyone at the edge of giving up as a result of the rottenness of the nation shall be rescued in Jesus. Let’s remember where we are, we are shining light, we have the light of God in us, born an overcomer, that shall remain our case in Jesus name. We must endeavour to win the war within, before any evil thought graduate to an evil thought, kill it, “No, I resist you in Jesus name“. Whatever remains the balance of your testimony you will receive it this year in Jesus name.

You must be born of God to overcome the world, Do you need to receive Jesus into your life today! Say the prayer of repentance and accept Jesus into your life right now 100% free. If you need counsel, drop your details in our comment box, we would receive it and someone will attend to you in Jesus name.

Preyer – Pray this from the dept of your heat!

Jesus help me never to wonder from your place, Lord I don’t want to miss my place in destiny, In want to walk in the place you have set for me in Jesus name Amen!

 David Oyedepo Overcoming Temptations the Battle of our souls

Understanding the demands of building your Faith: David Oyedepo Jnr.

Understanding the demands of building your Faith David Oyedepo Jnr

Understanding the demands of building your Faith – David Oyedepo Jnr.

Fath is a  limitless force, that puts a man in the world of impossibilities.

Hebrew 11: 33
The word of faith puts a man in practical dominion. Every challenge of life is simply a faith fight
1 John 5:4 our faith becomes the secret of color of our Christian adventure

Hebrews 11:2 – Everything good about your Christian journey is obtained in faith. Your faith must be consciously built for it to grow, Jude 1:20 faith is not automatically built, but systematically built.
Watch out for certain things that may fight south faith, because there is a contention and a battle about our faith. The faith that work was the faith delivered to the saints. We must of necessity beware of force that stands against the foxes contending our faith

Understanding the demands of building your Faith David Oyedepo Jnr

These include
1. Beware of going after other gods Isaiah 42: 8, Gods glory is not permitted to go to graven images, Psalms 62:5 other gods are anything or anyone you make an alternative to God, eg. gold, money, silver. ALTERNATIVE in your walk with God makes them a graven image. James 1:8 a doubleminded man is unstable in all his ways and can never receive from God. Your faith is productive when you put your focus on God.
Consequences of Going after other gods.

i. Such individual live under a course Jeremiah 17:5, only God can be treated as God or man places himself under a course. Exodus 20:5  not only cursed is he who go after other gods, but he is cursed and his generations.

The moment you focus on other gods you put yourself under a course,
Prayer – That will never be me in Jesus name
ii, They move from one sorrow to another. The cost of pursuing other gods is too expensive to bear, you are either with God or against him. God refused to be mixed with any other thing. You can’t be putting talisman in your pocket and put Winners Sticker in your car.

Prayer – May we receive grace today to mention our focus in Jesus Name.
2. Beware of an Evil conscience, Jeremiah 17: 10, your heart is what will determine if you have a heart for God or not. Faith will highly be frustrated if the heart is not clear. Remember man look on the outside, but God looks at the heart. You cannot work with God with an evil conscience. The faith that is based on a pure conscience.

Understanding the demands of building your Faith David Oyedepo Jnr

Today we find people in the church with a document full of lies and expect to receive from God. The strength of your faith is determined by the state of your conscience. When you continue to violate your conscience, you begin to lose feeling. We must maintain a pure conscience.
Acts 24:16 you must make an effort.
What must I do to maintain a clear conscience?
1. You must purify yourself 1 John 3:3, 1 John 1:9 we must confess our sins. The purification comes after your confession.

Understanding the demands of building your Faith – David Oyedepo Jnr. The day we live, people keeps coloring sin, don’t call sin weakness. Sin is any transgression to God, people call lies selective provisions of the truth, it’s a lie,  Lie is a lie. To cleanse yourself, you must identify your faults, call it what it is, stop decorating sin with different names.
Every department of your life is interconnected, whatever you do affect another

PRAYER – Whatever may be battling with your conscience, I pray that God purifies you in Jesus Name.
2. Build your faith, faith comes by hearing, and by the word of God. Ephesians 5:26. Also, watch and pray Matthew 26:21
3. Continue doing what the word of God says. When you know his commandments, do it.
In conclusion, if you want your faith to work, work on your consciences.

Prayer – Whatever is battling against your faith, I pray that God clears it off in your life. Pray and ask God to give you a clear conscience.

Understanding the demands of building your Faith David Oyedepo Jnr