Jude 21

“Keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life.”

The Bible passage above is asking us to continue keeping ourselves in the love of God, not in anything about us. Not in our strength, wisdom, influence etc, but to secure the love of God which will keep us by mercy till eternity. Love of God is a means of getting mercy which is always available.

The book of Jude as a whole is so entrenched inside the Bible that is likely to be overlooked. However, in these critical times of life and challenging times we are living, there is no need for any prophets to speak to us about keeping ourselves and family members inside the love of God. When we are in the love of God, mercy will automatically speak for us. Amen.

Ensure that you remain in the loop of God’s love and mercy. When mercy attends to us, God remembers the blood that HIS only begotten Son shed for us at Calvary. Mercy comes with love and love comes with mercy. Show me a man who enjoys the love of God without mercy. King David was loved by God, because of mercy. The mercy extended from him down to his descendants. Mercy is the key to open the door of love of God. Amen. Eternal life is victory and with love and mercy we are good to go, in Jesus Name. Amen

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for keeping me and my family for ever, in your love, in Jesus Name.
2) Lord, let me and my family enjoy the full extent of your mercy, in Jesus Name.
3) Lord, let your mercy open the door of love to me every where I go, in Jesus Name..
4) Father, as I am going into the new month, let love and mercy take me there, in Jesus Name.
5) Father, let me have mercy that will sustain me till the end, in Jesus Name.
6) Lord, let mercy go ahead of me into the new month, in Jesus Name.
7) Father, let your love and mercy give me victory upon victory as this year is progressing, in Jesus Name.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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