Tragedy of unfaithfulness – Dr. Paul Enenche

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Thursday, 28 July 2016

Topic: Tragedy of Unfaithfulness

SCRIPTURE: Behold, I come quickly: hold that fast which thou hast, that no man take thy crown. – Revelation 3:11

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Divine mantles are inheritable by others.

Sometime ago, someone who founded one of the largest churches in the world today was called by God into ministry. Before he went into the town where he started his ministry, another person was already pastoring a church bearing the same name with his present ministry in that town. But along the line, the person who was there before messed up in ministry so terribly that he had to close down the church and probably ran out of ministry.

Many years later, God raised this other man of God who founded one of the largest churches in the world today and literally gave him the same vision, same name of ministry and commissioned him to start the same assignment in the same town. Afterwards, the church exploded and it is still exploding. You know, people may fail but Divine purpose cannot fail.

If one person fails in fulfilling God’s purpose for his life in his generation, God will raise another person to fulfil the same purpose because Divine mantles are inheritable by others.

Beloved, what has God called you to do? Do it faithfully so that it is not given to another.

Remember this: Divine mantles are inheritable by others.

1. Discover what God has called you to do on earth if you have not yet discovered it.
2. With a sense of urgency, go ahead and fulfil your purpose of existence.
3. Make up your mind not to be discouraged by circumstance, people or the devil.


PRAYER: O LORD, guide me to discover all I was created to do on earth. Give me the grace not to leave anything undone. Let my life glorify You and benefit my generation, LORD, in Jesus’ Name.

QUOTE: Those who live purposefully end meaningfully. Culled from 30 SECRETS TO THE TOP by Dr Paul Enenche.

AMAZING FACT: Chameleons’ eyes have a 360 degrees arc of vision and can see two directions at once.

TODAY IN HISTORY – 28/07/1615: French explorer Samuel de Champlain discovered Lake Huron on his seventh voyage to the New World.

DAILY READING: 2Chronicles 21:1 to 23:21, Romans 11:13 to 36, Psalm 22:1 to 18, Proverbs 20:7.

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