Luke 19:4-5

4“And he ran before, and climbed up into a sycamore tree to see Him: (Jesus) for He (Jesus) was to pass that way. 5) “And when Jesus came to the place, He looked up, and Saw him, and Said unto him, Zacchaeus, made haste, and come down; for today I must abide at thy house.”

Divine visitation is God’s sole decision. He Chooses wherever, whoever, whenever and whatever He wants to visit. The truth to know about divine visitation is that it is always on a selective basis. It is not based upon any high or low status you might be. Divine visitation is not a common means that God uses all the time.

When God visits there is a specific purpose to be fulfilled. In the above Bible passage circumstance, it was to compliment and perfect the salvation of a man named Zacch-aeus. This man was known as a popular man in the society full of flaws because of massive professional misconduct, including him as a tax collector. He cheated people outside the normal tax range and was hated.

He was rich but poor in Christ. He wanted a change and desired to know more of Jesus. He singled himself out to climb and just had a glimpse of Jesus but he got a bigger bargain. His desire was on fire to meet Jesus and it paid off for him. Jesus visited him and his life story changed. He made conscious efforts and it resulted in divine visitation. Amen.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for considering me for an abiding divine visitation, in Jesus Name.
2) Lord, raise me up to an abiding divine visitation, in Jesus Name.
3) Lord, let me hear your express voice of divine visitation, in Jesus Name.
4) Lord, do not let me miss my moment of divine visitation, in Jesus Name.
5) Father, visit me and change my story to your glory, in Jesus Name.
6) Father, visit me and deliver my expectations this month, in Jesus Name.
7) Lord, I am desperate, visit me and do not pass me bye, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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