DAY TWENTY-SIX: Hidden Move

It is the glory of God to conceal a matter and it is the honor of kings to search them out. God indeed has secrets. He speaks to His people; yet, not all that He says is for public consumption. One would ask, why would God conceal matters of serious importance to mankind? Why would…

DAY TWENTY-FIVE: Faithfulness in Shortages

The greatest challenge of a people with a mission is the inadequacy of the resources they require to execute their task. For those who have more than enough to execute their mission, it may as well be that the mission already outlived its relevance. Why? A vision that would be timelessly relevant would require resources…

DAY TWENTY-FOUR: Honor – A Spiritual Currency

In the unique journey of faith, so much is inaccessible without honor. As vital as faith is in walking with God, honor is central to how much is possible. First, honouring God is the key to resources [strength, riches and wisdom], while honouring people is the key to privileges and heartfelt prayers and goodwill. Interestingly,…

DAY TWENTY-THREE: Choices that God Honor

God is omnipotent. He is all-powerful and can do all things. Yet, He chooses to honor the choice of His creation, one that He is able to kill and make alive, at will. How magnanimous . . . One looks at the spectrum of lives and choices and one wonders why God is not imposing…

DAY TWENTY-TWO: Paradox of Value

There is nothing made that did not begin with a ‘breaking.’ It is paradoxical that good things are preceded by the worst; life brings forth value through painful and challenging circumstances. Deepest darkness is before the light of day; the making of a beautiful cake begins with the breaking of eggs and many more ingredients….

DAY TWENTY-ONE: Hierarchy in Authority

The gifts of Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Teachers and Pastors are uniquely for the edification [building up] of the saints in the church. In recent times, it has become more of hierarchy in the body of Christ; it would seem like Apostles, for instance, are of more significance than Pastors or Prophets have more depth in…

DAY TWENTY: Name, Fame and Shame

At the temptation of Jesus Christ by Satan in the wilderness, one that He was led to by the Holy Spirit before His earthly ministry begun, Satan took Him up on a high mountain and showed Him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time. He would give Him all its authority…

DAY SEVENTEEN: An Inevitable End

If you see poverty anywhere, know that its root is deeper than you can see. The lack of ‘bread’ and ‘water’ [basic sustenance], as well as the dismay of one person to another is a pointer to a generation of people that is wasting away; one that will not honor God as they should. Anyone…

DAY THIRTEEN: Words and the Spirit

The word of God has been taught, so much that the listeners and learners hardly remember much of it after the teacher or preacher is done. Why? The mind is not a repository of wisdom, knowledge or understanding, the heart is! Only spirits are capable of writing upon the heart of another spirit. It is…

DAY TWELVE: Battle of Territories

The battles of life are simply battles of territories. On one side is the light and on the other side is darkness. There are regular experiences for each territory; they are natural phenomenon in those territories. In the light, revelations are commonplace; understanding the environment does not require a special capability . . . it…