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 Psalm 118:17 I shall not die but live and declare the works of the LORD Every man on earth has a peculiar assignment assigned to him alone. The assignment is so unique that no two individuals have the same or similar one and the most unique thing about these assignments is that they complement one another. They work toward achieving a common goal, Ephesians 4:13.  The purpose of every peculiar assignment on this planet earth tends toward declaring the works the LORD. Bible pointed it out in I Peter 2:9 that we are peculiar people. No wonder every assignment is peculiar in its own way. Discover your peculiar assignment to justify your living. What makes every man a peculiar being lies in his peculiar assignment. It is your assignment that justifies your peculiarity. I Peter 2:9 was actually meant for the redeemed soul, the people of God. Many Christians are ignorant of their peculiar assignment; they go about without justification for their living. Only those who have discovered their

Engaging the Wisdom of God for Guaranteed Harvest of Souls into the Kingdom

Engaging the Wisdom of God for Guaranteed Harvest of Souls into the Kingdom – Dan. 12:3 Dan 12:3 3 And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever.     Every man carries a seed of God in him, because he is made in God’s image Gen. 1:26-27. This is one reason why God does not want any man to perish, rather He wants all men to be saved 2Pet. 3:9; The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance..     God wants every city taken for the kingdom – Deut. 2:36/ Pro. 21:22 Psalms 2:7 Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, And the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession Psalms 2:7 Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, And the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession Spiritual task demand spiritual

Testimony Arena

  The Bible portrays prayer as a means of communication with God. It encourages believers to approach God with their thoughts, feelings, needs, and desires. For example, in the New Testament, Jesus instructs his followers to pray to the Father in his name (John 16:23-24). In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus teaches the parable of the persistent widow (Luke 18:1-8) to emphasize the importance of not giving up in prayer but continuing to seek God's help and justice. There is a reference to praying in your own understanding and also in the Spirit (Ephesians 6:18). This is often interpreted as praying with a sense of dependence on the Holy Spirit for guidance and empowerment. The prayers in this page are targeted at a certain needs so that when you pray, you will not be beating the air. Ensure you pray them well. You will be victorious in Jesus Name. ==================================================================== ==================================================================== Title:

The summary of the Book of EXODUS (Chapter by Chapter)

  Exodus 1-40 Chapter 1: The book of Exodus begins with the descendants of Jacob, who came to Egypt. They multiply greatly and become a numerous people. A new pharaoh rises to power, who does not know Joseph, and he fears the Israelites' growing population and potential threat. Pharaoh oppresses the Israelites with forced labor. Chapter 2: A Levite couple gives birth to a son and hides him, fearing Pharaoh's command to kill all male Hebrew babies. They place him in a basket on the river, where Pharaoh's daughter discovers him and raises him as her own, naming him Moses. Moses grows up and becomes aware of his Hebrew heritage. Chapter 3: Moses encounters a burning bush in the wilderness, and God speaks to him from it. God identifies Himself as the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and commissions Moses to go to Pharaoh and demand the release of the Israelites from slavery. God reveals His name as "I AM WHO I AM." Chapter 4: Moses expresses doubt and reluctance to fu

Read the Whole Bible within 39 weeks (Day by Day)

This plan covers all the chapters of the Bible to be read within 39 weeks, allowing for breaks or catch-up days if needed. You can adjust the duration according to your preference. Remember to allocate some time for reflection, study and prayer as you engage with God's Word throughout the year to enhance your understanding and spiritual growth. The breakdown of the Bible reading plan by week, specifying the chapters to read per day for each book. Happy Reading. Week 1: Day 1: Genesis 1-5 Day 2: Genesis 6-11 Day 3: Genesis 12-16 Day 4: Genesis 17-21 Day 5: Genesis 22-26 Day 6: Genesis 27-31 Day 7: Genesis 32-36 Week 2: Day 1: Genesis 37-41 Day 2: Genesis 42-46 Day 3: Genesis 47-50 Day 4: Exodus 1-5 Day 5: Exodus 6-10 Day 6: Exodus 11-15 Day 7: Exodus 16-20 Week 3: Day 1: Exodus 21-25 Day 2: Exodus 26-30 Day 3: Exodus 31-35 Day 4: Exodus 36-40 Day 5: Leviticus 1-5 Day 6: Leviticus 6-10 Day 7: Leviticus 11-15 Week 4: Day 1: Leviticus 16-20 Day 2: Leviticus 21-25 Day 3: Leviticus 26-27

Summary of the book of Genesis (Chapter by Chapter)

  Genesis 1-50  Chapter 1: In the beginning, God creates the heavens and the earth. He speaks the universe into existence in six days, creating light, the sky, land, vegetation, the sun, moon, and stars, sea creatures, birds, and land animals. Finally, God creates human beings, both male and female, in His own image and blesses them. Chapter 2: God rests on the seventh day, declaring it holy. This chapter provides a more detailed account of the creation of Adam and Eve. God places them in the Garden of Eden and gives them dominion over all living creatures. He instructs them not to eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Chapter 3: The serpent tempts Eve to eat from the forbidden tree, and she, in turn, convinces Adam to eat as well. Their eyes are opened, and they realize they are naked, leading to shame. God confronts them, pronouncing curses on the serpent, Eve, and Adam. They are banished from the Garden of Eden. Chapter 4: Adam and Eve have two sons, Cain and Abel. Bo

David's journey to repentance

The story of David's repentance is a poignant narrative of human frailty, divine grace, and the transformative power of genuine remorse. King David, celebrated as a "man after God's own heart" in the Bible, experienced a profound moral failure but ultimately found forgiveness, offering a timeless example of how to confront our transgressions and seek reconciliation with the Divine. The Sin of David The episode of David's transgression is found in 2 Samuel 11-12. It begins when David, at the peak of his power and success, gazes upon Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah the Hittite, as she bathes on a rooftop. Consumed by desire, David summons Bathsheba to the palace, leading to an adulterous affair. Later, Bathsheba becomes pregnant, and in an attempt to cover up his sin, David plots Uriah's murder on the battlefield. The gravity of David's actions cannot be overstated. He violated not only the sanctity of marriage but also committed murder to conceal his sin. Davi

Prayer for the New Month

Dear Lord, As we enter the new month, we come before you with open hearts and humble spirits. We lift up all people around the world in prayer, seeking your blessings, guidance, and protection. May this month be a time of peace and unity among nations. Please grant wisdom and understanding to our leaders, that they may make decisions that promote justice, equality, and the well-being of all. For those facing challenges and difficulties, we ask for your strength and courage. Let them find hope in their darkest moments and know that you are with them, offering solace and support. We give thanks for the opportunities and blessings this new month brings. May we use them to serve others and make the world a better place. Lord, watch over us, our families, and our communities. Keep us safe from harm and illness. Help us to be compassionate and kind to one another, spreading love and positivity. In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.

The Effectual Fervent Prayer of a Righteous .......

James 5:16 (KJV) "Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much." There was a time in a small, peaceful village nestled among rolling hills, there lived an elderly woman named Eleanor. Eleanor was known throughout the village for her unwavering faith and her deep connection with the divine. She had spent her entire life devoted to prayer and had a reputation for being a source of solace and wisdom. One sunny morning, as the villagers went about their daily routines, they noticed something peculiar happening in Eleanor's modest cottage. A soft, ethereal light seemed to emanate from her windows, casting a warm and inviting glow. Curiosity piqued, they gathered outside her home. Inside, Eleanor sat in her favorite rocking chair, her hands folded in prayer. She had been praying fervently for the welfare of her village, for the sick to recover, for the crops to flourish, and fo

The Reward of Diligence

  In the bustling city of Babylon, there lived a young man named Daniel. He was known throughout the city for his diligence, integrity, and unwavering commitment to his work. From a young age, Daniel had embraced the teachings of his faith, including the words of Proverbs 22:29 "Seest thou a man diligent in his business? He shall stand before kings; he shall not stand before mean men." Daniel took these words to heart and applied them to every aspect of his life. He worked diligently in whatever task he was given, whether it was tending to the fields, assisting in the marketplace, or studying the arts and sciences. His dedication and excellence set him apart, and even in a city filled with ambitious individuals, Daniel's reputation shone brightly. As the years passed, Daniel's diligence caught the attention of the Babylonian king, Nebuchadnezzar. Impressed by the young man's work ethic and wisdom, the king summoned Daniel to his grand palace. Standing before t

Samuel's Birth and Divine Call: A Testament of Trust and Purpose

 The story begins with Elkanah and his wife Hannah, who had been unable to conceive for years. In their distress, they fervently prayed for a child at the tabernacle in Shiloh. Eli, the priest at the time, initially misunderstood Hannah's prayer, thinking she was drunk. Yet, her sincerity touched him, and he blessed her, saying, "Go in peace, and the God of Israel grant your petition that you have made to him" (1 Samuel 1:17, ESV). Hannah's prayer was answered, and she gave birth to a son, whom she named Samuel, meaning "heard by God." Her gratitude was expressed through the prayerful song recorded in 1 Samuel 2:1-10, often referred to as "Hannah's Song." This song reflects her deep faith, humility, and recognition of God's sovereignty. Samuel's upbringing was marked by his mother's promise to dedicate him to the Lord's service. As a young child, he served in the tabernacle under the guidance of Eli. One night, God called Samuel

Your waiting on the Lord is not a waste

Oncе upon a timе,  in a small town,  livеd a man namеd Ethan.  Hе had oncе bееn a thriving еntrеprеnеur,  full of drеams and ambition.  Howеvеr,  a sеriеs of unfortunatе еvеnts lеft him bartеrеd and shattered,  his drеams rеducеd to rubblе.  Hе lost his businеss,  his savings,  and his sеnsе of purposе.  Dеspеratе and brokеn,  hе turnеd to God.  Ethan bеgan a journеy of prayеr and fasting,  sееking God's guidancе and rеstoration.  For yеars,  hе dеvotеd himsеlf to sееking God's facе,  pouring out his hеart in fеrvеnt prayеrs and sееking solacе in thе Scripturеs.  His friеnds and family admirеd his unwavеring faith,  but thеy couldn't undеrstand why hе continuеd to wait on thе Lord dеspitе thе hardships hе еndurеd.  Through thе sеasons of waiting,  Ethan found solacе in thе quiеt momеnts of connеction with God.  Hе oftеn found himsеlf walking by thе rivеrbank,  mеditating on thе promisеs of God's Word.  Thе sound of thе flowing watеr sееmеd to еcho thе rhythm of his pray

Joshua's Commissioning and Crossing the Jordan: A Tale of Leadership and Faith

Thе story of Joshua's commissioning and thе miraculous crossing of thе Jordan Rivеr is a pivotal momеnt in thе biblical narrativе,   symbolizing not only thе transition of lеadеrship from Mosеs to Joshua but also thе еmbodimеnt of faith,   obеdiеncе,   and divinе intеrvеntion.   This rеmarkablе еvеnt is rеcountеd in thе Book of Joshua,   a tеstamеnt to thе unwavеring trust in God's guidancе and thе fulfillmеnt of His promisеs. Thе Passing of thе Mantlе: Joshua's Commissioning Thе commissioning of Joshua,   oftеn rеfеrrеd to as "thе succеssor of Mosеs, " marks thе momеnt whеn lеadеrship of thе Israеlitеs was transfеrrеd from Mosеs to Joshua.   Mosеs,   thе grеat prophеt who lеd thе Israеlitеs out of Egypt and rеcеivеd thе Tеn Commandmеnts on Mount Sinai,   had lеd his pеoplе for dеcadеs.   Howеvеr,   bеforе his dеath,   hе was instructеd by God to appoint Joshua as his succеssor. In Dеutеronomy 31:7-8,   Mosеs said to Joshua,   "Bе strong and couragеous,