“STANDING COVENANT”. : Monday January 18

Psalms 89:28

"My mercy will I keep for him for evermore, and my covenant shall stand fast with him"

Covenant is different from contract. Once a covenant is issued it goes on for ever. Whereas, when a contract is issued, it always has effective date and expiry date. The Bible verse above is referring to covenant that God made with King David.

Any one that enjoys mercy of God always sits under the covenant of God. David found mercy with God, hence his life became an example to the people of God. Divine Covenant is expected to spread and last from generation to generation.

When contract is breached, there is always a penalty and no mercy attached, but with covenant, there is always mercy. Covenant stands for ever. God’s real love for David protects the covenant. Whenever David’s children broke the statute of the covenant; God still remained steadfast with the covenant. Psalms 89: 34 Says “My covenant will I not break, not alter that thing that is gone out of my lips.” Our God stands the same. From everlasting to everlasting. Let us stand with JESUS who knows the timeline of both old and new covenant. Actually, we are in the era of the new covenant and Jesus unfailing love for us will carry us along with it. Amen. PRAISE GOD.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for a new dawn of divine remembrance, in Jesus Name.

2) Father, thank you for not forsaking me and my family, in Jesus Name.

3) Lord, thank you for for your everlasting new covenant for me and my family, in Jesus Name.

4) Father, do not allow me to go empty this New Year 2016, in Jesus Name.

5) Almighty God, consider me in your great agenda for this New Year, in Jesus Name.

6) Lord, remember to fight my battles this year in Jesus Name.

7) Lord, remember me for the victory and success of this New Year 2016, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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