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RCCG Sunday Service with Pastor E.A Adeboye 9th May 2021



RCCG Sunday Service with Pastor E.A Adeboye 9th May 2021

RCCG Sunday Service with Pastor E.A Adeboye 9th May 2021

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Read Open Heaven 9 May 2021 Sunday Devotional Guide By Pastor E.A Adeboye

Topic: No Hopelessness in God

“For there is hope of a tree, if it be cut down, that it will sprout again, and that the tender branch thereof will not cease.” – (Job 14:7)

READ: 2 Kings 4:1-7 (KJV)

MESSAGE: When God steps into any situation, He turns things around. God can transform a debtor to someone who lends to nations, He can turn a destitute widow to the richest person in her community.

There is a beautiful story in the Scripture reading of today; it illustrates how God can change anyone’s story provided the fellow is obedient. When you have an encounter with God, you only need to carry out the divine instructions given to you for your story to become a reference point of the wonders of God. The widow who had lost all hope, had an encounter with God through His prophet, Elisha and her story changed for good.

We can learn a few things from her. You would see that she desperately cried for help. Beloved, if any hopeless fellow will receive aid from the “Present Help in trouble” (Psalm 46:1), such a person must cry to God in desperation. God is eager to intervene in the affairs of those who will cry unto Him for help. Jeremiah 29:13 says:
And ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart.

Anyone who makes the effort to seek God will surely find him. However, as long as you decide to manage without crying to God in prayer, you will remain in your present condition. When you are truly tired of your situation, like the woman in the Bible reading of today, you will cry out to God in desperation. The bible did not say the widow had a chat with Elisha, but rather it says she cried unto Him because she was in desperate need of a miracle. She did not murmur before the prophet, neither did she grumble to attract his attention nor seek the sympathy of the people. Instead, she cried out for divine intervention, got Heaven’s attention and her problem was permanently solved.

As you cry to God today, He will answer you and every hopeless situation in your life will turn around for good. Hope will rise for you and you will sing a new song of victory in the mighty name of Jesus.

Cry unto God today and ask Him to intervene in your situation.

Joshua 22-24

RCCG Sunday Service with Pastor E.A Adeboye 9th May 2021

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