SEEDS OF DESTINY

TOPIC: PRESERVED BY HIS POWER
SCRIPTURE: Who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation ready to be revealed in the last time. – 1 Peter 1:5.


THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: The seal of the Anointing makes a man’s life impenetrable, indomitable and unfightable.
The power of God is a preservative of life and destiny. Just the way salt was used to preserve food in ancient times from decadence, so the power of God is key to the preservation and fulfilment of days.
In order for man to live and fulfil his days on earth and not be cut short in destiny, the power of God is relevant.
How does the power of God preserve?
1. By the establishment of the wall of fire around God’s people.

Zechariah 2:5 says, ‘for I, saith the Lord will be a wall of fire, roundabout and will be the glory in the midst of her.’
2. By the Seal of the Anointing.

The seal of the Anointing makes a man’s life impenetrable, indomitable, unfightable (Psalms 105:12-15)
3. By The Establishment of the Terror of the Lord.

When the terror of the Lord is upon a man’s life, when he moves, something around him makes the heart of the devil to beat fast.
I prophesy today: any devil thinking evil of you shall be baptized by the terror of the Lord. Every witch and wizard thinking evil of you shall be consumed by the fire of God in Jesus’ Name.
Remember this: The seal of the anointing makes a man’s life impenetrable, indomitable, unfightable.
ASSIGNMENT(S):

1. Do everything you can to keep yourself permanently and freshly anointed.
PRAYER: LORD, I demand for the Power of God to overwhelm me in Jesus Name.
FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: PRESERVED BY HIS POWER (PART 2)
DAILY READING: Exodus 8:1 to 9:35, Matthew 19:13 to 30, Psalm 24:1 to 10, Proverbs 6:1 to 5.
QUOTE: The closer you get to God, the more secured your life will be. The farther you move away from God, the more vulnerable your life and destiny will be.

Culled from 15 KINGDOM STRATEGIES FOR SURVIVAL

by Dr Paul Enenche.

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