“UNSTOPPABLE GLORY”. Part II : Friday January 3

Hosea 4:7

“As they were increased, so they sinned against me: therefore will I change their glory into shame.”

In the above passage it was clear that God was speaking categorically to His own people of Israel all through from verse 1 to 7. However, Verse 1 of Hosea chapter 4 confirms the fact that God actually spoke as revealed by prophet Hosea said ” Hear the word of the Lord, ye children of Israel: for the Lord hath a controversy with the inhabitants of the land, because there is no truth, nor mercy, nor knowledge of God in the land. “

Increase comes in many ways, it could be physical or spiritual. Spiritual increase might not necessarily lead to sin, because it a kind of increase from the realm of the spirit and the spirit will help a lot in not moving towards sin. However, if the physical is allowed to override the spiritual then sin will start and increase.

Brethren, let us hold on tight to the things of the spiritual and grow in them. By so doing things of the physical will have less dominion on us and sin will reduce and eventually disappear. The result of this will be easy access to answered prayers and blessings in whatever we lay our hands upon in this new year. Remember again that sin is an unfair exchange against the blessings that God Has for us this year 2020.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for making this day another day of glory, in Jesus Name.
2) Father, thank you for the divine increase in my life, in Jesus Name.
3) Lord, sin will not have dominion upon my life, in Jesus Name.
4) Father, in this new year and beyond my increase will not cause me shame, in Jesus Name.
5) Lord, as this year is progressing, let my increase progress to your glory, in Jesus Name.
6) Lord, my glory shall not change to shame, in Jesus Name.
7) Father, my glory will not cause me to enter into any form of sins, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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