Topic: Unchangeable Facts Of Life [Monday November 20, 2017]
Scripture: Therefore, since these facts are undeniable, you ought to be quiet and not do anything rash. Acts 19:36-37(NIV)
Thought For The Day: Do not lament what you cannot amend; if it is not amendable, it is not lamentable.
Facts are established events or realities. There are things in life that are established and little or nothing can be done to change them. They are called facts.
For instance, your tribe is a fact. Your race is a fact. Therefore, to wish to be a white person whereas you are black or to be born black whereas you are white is a useless and inconsequential wish. That you are a Nigerian is a fact, that you are a Mexican is also a fact, that you are an Idoma, Ibo, Ibibio, Etilo, Hausa, Yoruba, or Igede person is a fact.
Your height is a fact. The mother that gave birth to you is a fact. To wish that another mother gave birth to you is an inconsequential wish.
The question you may ask is, what do I do with the facts of life? Accept the facts but solve the problems.
Beloved, never lament what you cannot amend. If it is not amendable, it is not lamentable. Do not cry over spilt milk, trust God for another one.
Do not struggle over facts but try to solve problems. If they say you are sick, it is a problem and not a fact because it is solvable. The power of God can blast that sickness off your body.
Right now, by the anointing of God upon my life, I uproot every root of infirmity from your body, in Jesus’ Name.
Remember This: Do not lament what you cannot amend; if it is not amendable, it is not lamentable.
1. Be contented and appreciative of God’s goodness and benevolence over your life.
2. Always ask God to solve any problem in your life.
Prayer: LORD, deliver me from every challenge and problem around my life, in Jesus’ Name.
FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: WISDOM FROM THE LIFE OF JOSEPH- PART 3
Quote: A cycle of frustration is repeated when lessons are not learnt; progress is only made when lessons are leant. Culled from 21 FOOLISH THINGS PEOPLE DO by Dr Paul Enenche
Daily Reading: Ezekiel 40:28 to 41:26, James 4:1 to 17, Psalm 118:19 to 29, Proverbs 28:3 to 5
Amazing Fact: According to an Ethiopian legend, goats discovered coffee.
Today In History: 20/11/1969, Brazilian soccer icon Pele scored his 1,000th goal
Today’s devotional was written by Pastor Paul Enenche of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre (DIGC), headquartered at Abuja, Nigeria, with Pastor Paul and Becky Enenche, as the Senior Pastors. It is a power-packed arena where God’s Presence, Principles and Power are at work for the salvation, healing and restoration of human destinies and dignities.