1 Peter 2:12

“Having your conversation honest amongst the Gentiles, that when they speak against you as evildoers, they may, by your good works which they observe, glorify God in the day of visitation.”

What does visitation mean? It is an act of someone making a visit to another; and there is always a purpose for such visit. May we all be on the side of pleasant and favorable visit, in Jesus Name. However, when we say divine visitation, it is a visitation that comes from God or the order of God. May God remember to visit you this season, in Jesus Name.

There is always a day of visitation for every one; that God will visit humanity. The truth is that visitation is of two edged sword. Either to favor or for vengeance. God is the ultimate to call the shot of visitation. The above passage explains what will happen in the day of visitation for the “Gentiles” who though ; initially negated the gospel despite the interests of the Apostles like Paul and Peter! To God will be the glory. Amen.

You can provoke divine visitation by prayers, supplications and doing the will of God. There shall be new things of favor and blessing when God visits you; as a child of God. Invariably, it shall bring glory to God. Good works to mankind can provoke divine visitation and it will bring glory to God. Amen.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for the set time of my divine visitation, in Jesus Name.
2) Lord, sins will not terminate my day of visitation, in Jesus Name.
3) Lord, let the day of my visitation be a glorious day, in Jesus Name.
4) Lord, visit our generation and let there be deliverance, in Jesus Name.
5) Father, I will not be missing in the day of my divine visitation, in Jesus Name.
6) Father, favor me with your divine visitation, in Jesus Name.
7) Lord, visit me and bless me more than I can be and all be to your glory, in Jesus Name.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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