“HE SHALL LIFT YOU UP”. Part 1 : Monday May 9

James 4:10

"Humble yourself in the sight of the Lord, and HE shall lift you up"

Please note that the above passage is simple and self explanatory. Humility is the key to divine lifting. Are you very smart, great, able, strong and easy to get things done at the first or second shot without sweat? Give it all to God. Without God, no one can achieve anything. Your education, location, family connection and experience cannot result in divine lifting without God.

Humility in the sight of God is the right one. We should exercise the spirit of humility both in the public and private. Also, humility should be a thing from inside and outside. Make it real all the time. Lest any one makes no mistakes; the above bible passage is a declaration from the Almighty God making humility as the equation for divine lifting up.

Get down to the level that Jesus will see you and lift you up. Not only in hardest of times, but also when things are going well with you. Get down to the level that Jesus will recognize you for more blessing. Get to the end of yourself so that God can begin afresh with you. There is another chance for any one that can repent and get down for Jesus to lift him/her. HE SHALL LIFT YOU UP is a statement towards an uncommon action of God. Amen.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for another great day of life, in Jesus Name.

2) Lord, let me fall in the circle of the equation for divine lifting in Jesus Name.

3) Father, I need your divine lifting for me and my family this Year, in Jesus Name.

4) Father, make me a miracle of your divine lifting, this Year, in Jesus Name.

5) Lord, make me a wonder and amazement of divine lifting, in Jesus Name.

6) Almighty God, lift me up beyond my imagination, in Jesus Name.

7) Father, I surrender all to you for my divine lifting, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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