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Are You in the Business of Blessing? by Joel Osteen
Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing. My brothers and sisters, this should not be.
James 3:10, NIV

TODAY'S WORD:

The Scripture encourages us to use our words to bless people. "To bless" means to speak well of, to pronounce favor, and to declare good things. People in your life need to receive your blessing, especially your spouse and children. Are you giving your children the blessings of love, affection and encouragement? Are you speaking words that build them up and bless their future?

You may not have received this approval from your own parents. Perhaps there wasn't a lot of love in your home. Perhaps your mom or dad always talked down to you. Let us challenge you to be the one to break the stronghold over your family. Decide today that you are going to stop talking down to others. Choose instead to encourage others. Stop focusing on what others are doing wrong and start thanking them for what they are doing right. Begin right now to bless others' futures. Your decision to be a positive influence will have a greater impact on your family than you could ever imagine. It will affect generations to come. Speak these blessings over your family, your children, and those whom you love and care for. If you will bless others, God will certainly bless your own life beyond what you ever hoped or dreamed.

PRAYER FOR TODAY:

God, I want to use my words to bless, encourage, and lift others up. Help me to start today, in my own home, to purposefully use what I say to bless my friends and family. Give me uplifting words to say and the discipline to keep negative criticisms to myself. In Jesus' name - Amen



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Jesus’ Tough Love Tactics  by Joyce Meyer
...He then said to the paralytic—"Rise, pick up your bed and go home."

— Matthew 9:6

Although Jesus had compassion for hurting people, He never merely felt sorry for them. And whenever possible he helped them help themselves. He instructed them to take some particular action, and frequently His instructions were shocking.

For instance, He told a crippled man to rise, take up his bed, and go home (see Matthew 9:6). He told a man who had just received a report that his daughter was dead not to be afraid (see Mark 5:35-36). When Jesus saw a blind man, He spat on the ground, made some mud by mixing dirt with it, and then rubbed it on the blind man's eyes. He then instructed the man to walk to the Pool of Siloam and wash himself in it. When the man did as Jesus had commanded, he was able to see (see John 9:1-7).

We see that Jesus often told people to do things that were not only surprising but seemingly impossible. How could a crippled man rise, take up his bed, and walk? After all, he was a cripple. How could a man who had just received a report of his daughter's death be expected not to fear? How could a blind man see to get to a certain pool of water when he was blind?

Instead of merely feeling sorry for these people, Jesus moved them to action. He helped them get their minds off of themselves and their problems, and He motivated them to do something about them. Jesus was moved with pity (see Matthew 9:36). He was moved to do something besides enable people to stay the way they were.

At times we feel we are being mean if we confront people who have problems, when in reality "tough love" is what Jesus often used to set people free.

Prayer Starter: Father, help me to love people well. Give me the wisdom to know when and how to help people take action so they can experience greater freedom. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.



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The Lord, Our Shepherd by Dr. Charles Stanley
John 10:1-18

If you’re like most people today, you probably don’t know much about shepherding sheep, but in biblical times this was a common occupation. Every evening, the local shepherds could be seen leading their flock into a common fold for the night. And each morning, they would call their own sheep out of the communal fold and lead them to pasture.

It was the shepherd’s job to find adequate food and water, protect the sheep from predators, rescue those who wandered off, and care for the weak or wounded. The shepherd lived among his flock and slept across the doorway of the fold to keep the sheep in and the wolves out. Although this was a lowly, dirty, and exhausting job, Christ used it to describe Himself, saying, “I am the good shepherd” (John 10:11; John 10:14).

The Sovereign God of the universe humbled Himself, became a man, and lived among sinful, errant, and willful human “sheep.” He laid down His life for them so that all who believe in Him could enter into the fold and become part of His flock. And once they become His sheep, He does for them exactly what the shepherds long ago did—He feeds them, protects them from enemies, brings them back when they stray, strengthens the weak, and cares for the hurting.

Being one of Christ’s sheep is the most secure and comforting position possible. He knows each of us intimately and calls us by name, leading us every step of the way through this life. And when we are truly His, we can distinguish His voice from all the others and will follow Him in obedience.

Bible in One Year: Mark 10-12



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The Great Commission by John Hagee
Matthew 5:16
Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven

We are God’s workmanship, and we have been created to do good works that God planned out for us in advance.

These are not good works that we perform for salvation. These are good works that we complete so others will be persuaded to receive salvation.

After the New Testament church received the Great Commission, they went out and preached everywhere, and the Lord worked with them (Mark 16:20-21). They took the Gospel into their homes, streets, and workplaces. They told friends, neighbors, strangers, and enemies what Jesus had done. And they turned the world upside down!

The Lord still works with us. When we do what He commanded us to do, He rewards us with His presence and power to accomplish His will. If we dedicate our homes to God, He will use them for His purposes. People will come in and experience the light and love of Jesus and will leave with the peace of God.

If we dedicate our businesses to God, His unlimited resources become available to us. When our mission statement is His, He will open doors of opportunity and increase. When we are about God’s business, He partners with us. Let’s get to work so others will take notice and glorify our Heavenly Father!

Blessing:

May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you and give you His peace. May you commit to do the good works that God has in store for you! Partner with Him to fulfill His purposes and bring glory to Him.

Today's Bible Reading:

Old Testament

Jeremiah 30:1-31:26

New Testament

1 Timothy 2:1-15

Psalms & Proverbs

Psalm 87:1-7

Proverbs 25:18-19



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Victory Is Inevitable by Jerry Savelle
Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword? Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us (Romans 8:35, 37 NKJV).

Do you know that the problem you are facing right now has not taken God by surprise? God is not scratching His head, saying, “I didn’t bank on this happening. How am I going to work this one out?”

When a believer is walking in submission to the Word of God and listening to the Holy Spirit, it is impossible for the devil to win or end up with any advantage in that individual’s life. Why? Because faith is a shield that completely encompasses the believer. Faith and obedience to the Holy Spirit’s instructions make victory inevitable.

It is never God’s will that you be defeated; victory and success are always God’s plan for you. Jesus has already paid the price for your victory when, at the cross, He secured your position in Him as more than a conqueror in every situation.

Although complete and total victory is always God’s perfect will for His people, not all will experience it. Some will remain defeated throughout their lives because they doubt God wants them to have victory.

Only those believers who are absolutely convinced that God offers continual victory in every circumstance and situation will experience the overcoming lifestyle that Jesus has made available for them.

You no longer have to consider defeat as an option. You can walk boldly through this life knowing that, by faith in Jesus and His work on the cross, victory is always inevitable.

Confession: I am more than a conqueror through Jesus Christ and His atoning work done on the cross. It is God’s will that I experience victory in every situation in life. As I walk in faith and obedience to the Holy Spirit’s instructions, victory in inevitable.

Author: Jerry Savelle



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Behold The Glory of Jesus In You by Joseph Prince
2 Corinthians 3:18

But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord.

When you look in a mirror, what do you see? Of course, you see yourself. But God does not want you to see yourself in the natural. You may be sick, weak, broke and depressed, yet God wants you to see yourself the way He sees you—healed, strong, favored and whole because Christ is in you (see Colossians 1:27).

God wants you to behold as in a mirror the glory of His Son who is in you by His Spirit. As you do this, His Word says that you are being transformed from glory to glory—sick to healed, loser to winner!

The world may say to you, “It can’t be that easy. You can’t be transformed just by beholding the glory of Jesus. No, you must do something about you. If you don’t put in effort, nothing will happen. If you don’t start making changes, nothing will change.”

But the world will never understand that as you are beholding the glory of the Lord, who is the successful one in you, you are being transformed from a failure to a success. And this is not accomplished by any effort of yours to get ahead in life, but by the Spirit of the Lord (see Zechariah 4:6)!

As you behold the glory of the Lord who is the healthy one in your sick body, you are transformed from sickness to health. And this is not accomplished by any effort of yours to keep fit and eat well, but by the Spirit of the Lord!

My friend, what can be easier than beholding the beauty of the Son? So stop focusing on yourself and your efforts. Look away from these things and begin to behold the glory of Jesus who is in you right now, and you will begin to behold the miracles that you need!



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Open Heavens: Give Caesar What Belongs to Him! by Pastor E.A Adeboye
Thursday October 17th 2019
Memorise: And Jesus answering said unto them, Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s and to God the things that are God’s. And they marvelled at him. Mark 12:17

Read: Romans 13:1-7 (KJV)
1 Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God.
2 Whosoever therefore resisteth the power, resisteth the ordinance of God: and they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation.
3 For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same:
4 For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil.
5 Wherefore ye must needs be subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience sake.
6 For for this cause pay ye tribute also: for they are God's ministers, attending continually upon this very thing.
7 Render therefore to all their dues: tribute to whom tribute is due; custom to whom custom; fear to whom fear; honour to whom honour.

Bible in one year: 
2nd Chronicles 11-13,
Revelation 12,

Hymn:
Sing hymn 3

Message:-
There are some characters that portray children of God in a bad light today. For example, some of us want to enjoy the social amenities provided by government but don’t want to pay taxes.

Those who manifest such behaviour are only trying to reap where they did not sow. Contrary to this, Paul admonishes us in today’s Bible reading to be patriotic enough to pay our taxes and perform other civic responsibilities that are expected of us. Our obedience to civic laws should not be by coercion but voluntary, as unto the Lord. The Holy Spirit describes those who are in authority as ministers of God, looking out for our own good (Romans 13:4). It is therefore surprising that some Christians despise their political leaders through their “holier-than-thou” attitude. Christians who defraud the government by not paying their taxes are no better than the government officials who they despise for stealing government funds. They will all definitely be judged according to their evil deeds on the last day. A government worker who is expected to put in eight hours of work but does just three and uses the rest for his or her personal activities is as guilty as those who loot the government treasury with the pen. As an employee, do you really work for the expected amount of time for which you are being paid?

What do you understand for what the Lord is saying in today’s memory verse? Many people erroneously think that giving to Caesar what belongs to Caesar means bribing their way into Caesar’s favour. This is not true! Caesar takes receipted tributes, such as taxes, dues and levies and not bribes. When you pay your taxes, dues and levies and not bribes. When you pay your taxes, God is happy with you because you are contributing to the well-being of the community you live in. This does not however exempt you from paying your tithes, offerings and first fruits to God. Caesar does not take tithes and offerings, but he must also not be denied his dues and taxes for the construction of roads, bridges and other social amenities.

Notwithstanding, let it not surprise you as I say today that if you pay your tithes and offerings but default in paying taxes, you are guilty of reaping where you did not sow when you enjoyed social amenities being provided by the government you refuse to pay taxes to. If you are guilty of this, repent today and begin to go the extra mile of giving back to your community through Christian social responsibility (CSR).

Prayer Point
Father, give, me all I need to play my role in the society and in Your house, through the payment of my taxes to the government and my tithe and offering to You.

Open Heavens Daily Devotional Lessons was written by Pastor E.A. Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, one of the largest evangelical Churches in the world and also the President of Christ the Redeemer's Ministries.

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The Termites of Destiny | Pastor 'Tunde Bakare
The Termites of Destiny | Pastor 'Tunde Bakare
The Termites of Destiny | Pastor 'Tunde Bakare



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Christians around the world are facing violent persecution, and we must respond to this global crisis before it’s too late. Watch stories of those suffering for their faith, and learn how you can by supporting the World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians and more.


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Living the Love Life by Gloria Copeland
Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

John 15:13

We often think of "laying down your life" for someone else in terms of dying. That's what Jesus did. He loved us so much He laid down His life by dying in our place so that we could live.

But now, He's asked us to lay down our lives in a different way. He's asked us to show our love, not by dying for others, but by living for them.

Exactly what does that mean?

Sometimes it means giving our lives by spending time in prayer for someone. Other times it means giving of ourselves with love and understanding. Many times it means laying down our own selfish desires in order to meet the needs of another.

Romans 15:1 puts it this way, "We then that are strong ought to bear the infirmities of the weak, and not to please ourselves."

When you lay down your life, you live to please God instead of yourself. You let your life be guided by His love. If love leads you to the person next door, you follow. When love calls you to intercede for someone in need, you yield.

Commit yourself today to lay down your own life—and take up the love life. Say:

"Father, in Jesus' Name, I see from Your Word that You were willing to give of Yourself, in the person of Your Son, for all men. I understand that because Jesus is Lord of my life, I, too, am called to give myself to others. I choose to accept that calling today.

"I'll give of my time. I'll give of Your love in me. I'll be strong and lift up those who are weak. I'm willing to be available to be used of You so that those around me might experience the abundant life You have provided.

"You have loved me, Lord, with the greatest love there is. I count it a privilege now to share that love with others. I thank You for it in Jesus' Name. Amen."

Scripture Reading:
Galatians 5:22-26, Galatians 6:1-3



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Searching for Peace? by Billy Graham
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee ...
—Isaiah 26:3

Are you searching for peace? Are you longing for it? You thought you would find it if you made a lot of money, but you didn’t find it. You thought you would find it in getting and accumulating a lot of knowledge, so you got all the degrees you could, but you didn’t find it, this peace.

You’ve searched the religions of the world, but you haven’t found it. There are a thousand ways you’ve turned, trying to find peace, but you haven’t found it. When you come to Christ by an act of faith, He gives you the Holy Spirit who produces the fruit of the Spirit and gives you the peace that passes all understanding.

Experience the peace you are longing for. Make a decision for Christ today.

Listen to this testimony about finding peace through Jesus.

Prayer for the day
Your presence fills my mind with peace, Lord, bringing into perspective all that I need—You, my heavenly Father.

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