1 Peter 5:10

“But may the God of all grace, who called us to His eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after you have suffered a while, perfect, establish, strengthen, and SETTLE you.”

The very first process after having suffered a while is divine perfection. By nature, we are imperfect , in the process of life. Though, one can safely say that we were born perfect into imperfect world system of sin. In the very beginning, it was not so, until sin crept into the world through the first Adam and Eve.

The Almighty God saw that the world has been able to make us imperfect so much that Jesus was sent incarnate to perfect and reform our deformation. We cannot be perfect by our own righteousness, without the assistance of the Holy Spirit and God wants us to be perfect as He is perfect. Matthew 5:48 refers.

Our individual perfection depends on God. He will make us blameless and with no defects. His words are for our purification. He, God wants us to live a life of purity without wrinkle or blemish. The power of Grace works in us to make us to be alive in divine perfection. Seek the face of God to begin the process of divine perfection so that you can reach the goal of divine settlement, in Jesus Mighty Name. Amen.

Prayer points for the day

1) Lord, thank you for a day of divine perfection, in Jesus Name.

2) Father, I look unto you at this hour for divine perfection, perfect me and my household, in Jesus Name.

3) Lord, arise for me and process my settlement in all unsettled areas of my life, in Jesus Name.

4) Lord, as this year is advancing, let my life and family advance, in Jesus Name.

5) Lord, let your power purify every area of my life and settle me exceedingly, in Jesus Name.

6) Father, by the power in divine settlement, settle every of my difficulties in life, in Jesus Name.

7) Father, take me to the next level of my settlement this season, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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