Morning Devotions

[8/12, 7:42 AM] 919063: Today’s SOD – 2019-08-12

SCRIPTURE: I have fought a good fight,”I have finished my course, I have kept the faith”: Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness…. 2 Timothy 4:7-8

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: If your presence is not felt,”your absence will not be noticed; and if your absence is not noticed then your presence was not needed.

The release of maximum impact is key to the fulfilment of destiny. This involves making a mark that cannot be erased; it is leaving your foot prints on the sands of time and eternity. It is the refusal to leave your generation the way you met it. Making impact means living your making, not just making a living.

Beloved, where impact is not felt, destiny fulfilment is in doubt. The truth is, if your presence is not felt, your absence will not be noticed; and if your absence is not noticed then your presence was not needed. 

There are people who have died but cannot be forgotten – examples are Paul the apostle, Archbishop Benson Idahosa, Kenneth E Hagin, Albert Einstein, Myles Munroe, Kathryn Kuhlman, Nelson Mandela, A. A. Allen, John Wesley, Smith Wigglesworth, T.L. Osborne, Oral Roberts, John G. Lake, John D. Rockefeller, etc. Jesus Christ of Nazareth was on the earth bodily and cannot be forgotten by the reason of His timeless impact on earth. On the other hand, there are many people who are still alive but cannot be remembered. The difference is impact.

Beloved, you may not be called to impact the whole world but wherever you find yourself – be it an office, community, city or nation, let your impact be felt. Leave an indelible mark wherever you find yourself. That is what it means to live; that is what it means to fulfil destiny.

Remember this”: If your presence is not felt,”your absence will not be noticed; and if your absence is not noticed then your presence was not needed.


1. Be deliberate about making impact wherever you find yourself.

2. Assess yourself; what impact have you made so far,”and what impact are you making now?

3. Refuse to be discouraged if the moves you made towards making impact did not bring the desired result; try again 


PRAYER: Lord,”I receive the grace to impact lives and mark my generation for You. Let the world know that You brought me here for a purpose, Lord, in Jesus’ Name. 

DAILY BIBLE READING”: Nehemiah 3:15 to 5: 13,”1 Corinthians 7″:25 to 40,”Psalm 32″:1 to 11,”Proverbs 21″:5 to 7

QUOTE: where there is premature contentment,”there can be no ultimate fulfilment. Culled from 21 FOOLISH THINGS PEOPLE DO by Dr Paul Enenche.

PROPHETIC DECLARATION/WORD”: Receive the grace to register your footprint on the sands of time and eternity,”in Jesus’ Name.

DON’T FORGET TO ATTEND”: The Healing and Deliverance Service by 9:00 am tomorrow. Invite someone. God bless you as you do so.





LUNDI,”LE 12 AOÛT 2019


LES SAINTES ECRITURES: J’ai combattu le bon combat,”j’ai achevé la course, j’ai gardé la foi. Désormais la couronne de justice m’est réservée ; le Seigneur, le juste juge, me la donnera dans ce jour-là, et non seulement à moi, mais encore à tous ceux qui auront aimé son avènement. 2 Timothée 4″: 7-8 

PENSEE DU JOUR: Si votre présence n’est pas ressentie,”votre absence ne sera pas remarquée; et si votre absence n’est pas remarquée, votre présence n’était pas nécessaire. 

La réalisation d’un impact maximal est la clé de l’accomplissement du destin. Cela implique laisser une marque qui ne peut pas être effacée; c’est laisser les empreintes de vos pas sur le sable du temps et de l’éternité. C’est le refus de laisser votre génération telle que vous


[8/12, 7:42 AM] 919063: WISDOM FOR THE DAY
Monday, 12th August, 2019


“As ye have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk ye in him:”
Colossians 2: 6 KJV
I strongly believe in my spirit that the people who will make it through this decade and this season are people who have taken hold of the key to walking in dominion. God’s plan, purpose and objectivity for us as His children is to walk in dominion. In Genesis 1:1, the Bible tells us that God made man in his image and likeness. He gave him authority! He gave him dominion over everything He has created.  And He commanded him to take charge, subdue the earth and replenish it
May I announce to you that your Christianity will be a struggle until you learn to walk in dominion. You see, whenever you walk contrary to God’s will and design for your life, there will be no fulfilment. Fulfilment only comes as you zero in on God’s purpose for your life. You are called to walk in dominion. And if you must have dominion over your flesh and over your soul, then the spirit must be given its rightful place. God wants you to walk in dominion in your society. He wants you to walk in dominion as a doctor, as a nurse, as a lawyer, as an accountant, as a judge, as a student, as a home maker, as a spinster and as a bachelor. Wherever you are and wherever God has specially put you, He put you there to demonstrate the Messianic presence. That is what dominion is all about.
Anything less than that, you’ll never be comfortable in your Christian experience because it would amount to conformity to the world. The Bible says in Romans 12:2 be ye not conformed to this world but be ye transformed. Anything other than walking in that realm which God has put you will mean conformity. It will mean that you are not transformed. There are many Christians who have received Jesus who are still living in conformity. Receiving Jesus does not automatically put dominion in your hands. You have to decide to walk in the truth of the Word of God.
Further reading: Genesis 1:1;28, Romans 12:1-2.
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Psalms 84-86; Evening- Romans 12
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[8/12, 7:42 AM] 919063: Get some rest

Monday 12th August 2019

‘Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest.’ Mark 6:31 NIV

Why did Jesus take time out to rest? So that when he worked, he’d be at his best. And today he wants you to know that if you don’t take a break, you won’t get one. He wants you to survive the long haul, not just the short sprint. And the first obstacle you need to overcome isguilt. That’s what makes us workaholics. We feel guilty and tell ourselves, ‘There’s just so much to do.’

Jesus handled life differently: ‘Because so many people were coming and going that [he and his disciples] did not even have a chance to eat, he said to them, “Come with me…to a quiet place and get some rest.” So they went away by themselves…to a solitary place’ (Mark 6:31-32 NIV). No time to eat, too many people coming and going, no time to take care of yourself – does that describe your life right now? Some people say, ‘It’s better to burn out than rust out.’ That’s poor advice, plus it’s not scriptural. You don’t burn out when you’re in the will of God! Jesus said, ‘My yoke is easy and my burden is light’ (Matthew 11:30 NIV). And the reason he could say that was because people didn’t set his agenda, his heavenly Father did.

The psalmist said, ‘He makes me to lie down’ (Psalm 23:2 NKJV). Wouldn’t you rather go to the park by choice than to the hospital by force? The fact is God won’t send you there, but your own lack of wisdom can. Today Jesus is saying to you, ‘Get some rest,’ and if you’re wise you will do it!

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