“WHICH GOD HATH BEFORE ORDAINED” Part 1 : Tuesday January 24

Ephesians 2:10

"For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should work in them."

The above Bible passage is a confirmation that we all have good destiny by God, in Christ Jesus.

That which the Lord Hath before ordained is your destiny. Every one’s destiny had been pre set for good but the key to fulfilling it is our choice. To fulfill our destiny we should work in the will and direction of God not in our own.

Many Christians always ask how would they know the will of God? The will of God is in our total surrender to God. People that fulfilled their destinies in the Bible days surrendered all and realized that God was/is more than able to do anything. He is God by Himself and does not need our help at all.

A bad decision always lead to a bad destiny. Saul made a bad choice of following his own ways and he lost the opportunity to finish the good works that God Had commuted to his hands. Samson missed his destiny because of not listening to his parents and the effect of a strange woman in his life. Surrender in truth and in spirit to God and you will work in the perfect loop of His will. AMEN.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for the the gift of another day in the week, in Jesus Name.

2) Father, thank you for leading me and family in the path of fulfilling destiny, in Jesus Name.

3) Lord, forgive every sin and any sin that can hinder me in fulfilling my destiny, in Jesus Name.

4) Lord, go to my generations past and forgive every sin from my roots, in Jesus Name.

5) Father, activate my destiny to your glory, in Jesus Name.

6) Lord, as this year is progressing, let my destiny progress in the right direction, in Jesus Name.

7) Almighty God, let me stand firm in your perfect will for my destiny in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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